Posts Tagged: Mingle

Deison | Mingle ~ Tilaventum

One needs a poet’s heart to appreciate the wrapped gift of Tilaventum: a stone from the river included with every physical purchase.  Mine is a perfectly rounded skipping stone, so I’ll need to resist the urge to try it in my own

Deison | Mingle ~ Tilaventum

One needs a poet’s heart to appreciate the wrapped gift of Tilaventum: a stone from the river included with every physical purchase.  Mine is a perfectly rounded skipping stone, so I’ll need to resist the urge to try it in my own

ACL 2017 ~ Music for Haunted Houses

Would you enter into this house?  Maybe if your potential girlfriend had been captured by a slippery entity who enjoyed taking the form of a clown.  It struck a chord, arriving at just the right time, the far border of summer.

ACL 2017 ~ Music for Haunted Houses

Would you enter into this house?  Maybe if your potential girlfriend had been captured by a slippery entity who enjoyed taking the form of a clown.  It struck a chord, arriving at just the right time, the far border of summer.

Deison | Mingle ~ Innersurface

The subject of time has proven to be a gushing borehole for creative types. From Proust reminiscing and reflecting upon what once was, to William Basinski evincing humanity’s decaying mortality, artists have clung to this passing intangibility with fingers of butter

Deison | Mingle ~ Innersurface

The subject of time has proven to be a gushing borehole for creative types. From Proust reminiscing and reflecting upon what once was, to William Basinski evincing humanity’s decaying mortality, artists have clung to this passing intangibility with fingers of butter

Deison & Mingle ~ Everything Collapse[d]

Everything Collapse[d] is billed by Aagoo as “an album of melancholy and desolation”, and it ends in failure ~ to be precise, a faithful cover of Swans’ “Failure”.  And yet, the album is intensely alive; intentional morbidity never sounded so good.

Deison & Mingle ~ Everything Collapse[d]

Everything Collapse[d] is billed by Aagoo as “an album of melancholy and desolation”, and it ends in failure ~ to be precise, a faithful cover of Swans’ “Failure”.  And yet, the album is intensely alive; intentional morbidity never sounded so good.

Faccioli/Gastaldello ~ Dissangue

Grit is the key element of Dissangue (“to bleed”).  Ambient music is in abundance these days, but grit gives this release an edge.  The piano is present, and does its best to soothe.  But so are dark murmurings of drone and dissonance, feedback

Faccioli/Gastaldello ~ Dissangue

Grit is the key element of Dissangue (“to bleed”).  Ambient music is in abundance these days, but grit gives this release an edge.  The piano is present, and does its best to soothe.  But so are dark murmurings of drone and dissonance, feedback