Posts Tagged: Molécule

ACL 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Thanks to climate change, many of us are experiencing longer, colder winters.  It’s no surprise that winter music is also on the rise.  This was a particularly good year for the genre, as demonstrated in two early-year round-ups.  Now that

ACL 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Thanks to climate change, many of us are experiencing longer, colder winters.  It’s no surprise that winter music is also on the rise.  This was a particularly good year for the genre, as demonstrated in two early-year round-ups.  Now that

For Varying Degrees of Winter

The title is taken from Lawrence English’s classic winter album, released in 2007.  The music comes from across the globe: ten artists, ten countries, ten new releases, each attempting to put their stamp on the season before it melts away.

For Varying Degrees of Winter

The title is taken from Lawrence English’s classic winter album, released in 2007.  The music comes from across the globe: ten artists, ten countries, ten new releases, each attempting to put their stamp on the season before it melts away.

ACL 2016: The Year’s Best Packaging

Next week we’ll look at the year’s best cover art; in this article, we consider overall packaging.  In an era when many consider the physical format to be extinct, these artists and labels say otherwise.  A couple can still be

ACL 2016: The Year’s Best Packaging

Next week we’ll look at the year’s best cover art; in this article, we consider overall packaging.  In an era when many consider the physical format to be extinct, these artists and labels say otherwise.  A couple can still be

Molécule – 60°43′ Nord (Deluxe Edition)

Molécule‘s 60°43′ Nord is the techno record that won’t die, and for good reason.  First released in 2015, the album was recorded on a fishing boat in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, and contains its rolling qualities as well as

Molécule – 60°43′ Nord (Deluxe Edition)

Molécule‘s 60°43′ Nord is the techno record that won’t die, and for good reason.  First released in 2015, the album was recorded on a fishing boat in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, and contains its rolling qualities as well as