Posts Tagged: Moderna

Various Artists ~ The Exquisite Corpse

Let’s start with Leah Kardos’ “Little Phase”, from Bigo & Twigetti’s Summer compilation of last year. Press play ~ and then we’ll play a game.   The game is called the exquisite corpse.  Most of us played it with paper in primary school,

Various Artists ~ The Exquisite Corpse

Let’s start with Leah Kardos’ “Little Phase”, from Bigo & Twigetti’s Summer compilation of last year. Press play ~ and then we’ll play a game.   The game is called the exquisite corpse.  Most of us played it with paper in primary school,

Tim Linghaus ~ Vhoir

One of the benefits of the digital era is that an EP can receive the same amount of attention as an album.  The short form is perfect for a debut, and Vhoir provides a good indication of Tim Linghaus‘ strengths while whetting the

Tim Linghaus ~ Vhoir

One of the benefits of the digital era is that an EP can receive the same amount of attention as an album.  The short form is perfect for a debut, and Vhoir provides a good indication of Tim Linghaus‘ strengths while whetting the

Ed Carlsen ~ The Journey Tapes

Ed Carlsen‘s The Journey Tapes is not a series of tapes, but a CD.  From this we understand that the journey is symbolic.  The bittersweet nature of these compositions (whose titles include “Cage”, “Grey” and “Rain”) leads us to believe that some

Ed Carlsen ~ The Journey Tapes

Ed Carlsen‘s The Journey Tapes is not a series of tapes, but a CD.  From this we understand that the journey is symbolic.  The bittersweet nature of these compositions (whose titles include “Cage”, “Grey” and “Rain”) leads us to believe that some

Tambour ~ Chapitre II

After an extremely active launch in 2015, the Moderna label has been quiet in recent months.  Half a year has passed since its last release, so it’s a relief to hear the return of both the label and Tambour.  Chapitre

Tambour ~ Chapitre II

After an extremely active launch in 2015, the Moderna label has been quiet in recent months.  Half a year has passed since its last release, so it’s a relief to hear the return of both the label and Tambour.  Chapitre

Tambour ~ Chapitre I

We first encountered Tambour (Montreal’s Simon P. Castonguay) on a split release with Julien Marchal, but three minutes of solo piano was not enough to form a lasting impression.  Now the composer has returned with a string quartet, and the results are

Tambour ~ Chapitre I

We first encountered Tambour (Montreal’s Simon P. Castonguay) on a split release with Julien Marchal, but three minutes of solo piano was not enough to form a lasting impression.  Now the composer has returned with a string quartet, and the results are