Posts Tagged: moon glyph

Grapefruit ~ Light Fronds

Who could resist a psychedelic synth album about grapefruit?  Certainly not us, during these steamy summer months in which a grapefruit can help prevent scurvy and a grapefruit-infused beer can stave off thirst.  The Lite-Brite tone of this tape drew

Grapefruit ~ Light Fronds

Who could resist a psychedelic synth album about grapefruit?  Certainly not us, during these steamy summer months in which a grapefruit can help prevent scurvy and a grapefruit-infused beer can stave off thirst.  The Lite-Brite tone of this tape drew

Ak’chamel ~ Lowlands of Hteklum

Is Ak’chamel good, evil, or somewhere in between?  The dense religious fervor of the Texas trio’s latest album seems to suggest the latter, although prior incarnation Ak’chamel, the Giver of Illness veered heavily to the dark side.  The trio wears masks and robes

Ak’chamel ~ Lowlands of Hteklum

Is Ak’chamel good, evil, or somewhere in between?  The dense religious fervor of the Texas trio’s latest album seems to suggest the latter, although prior incarnation Ak’chamel, the Giver of Illness veered heavily to the dark side.  The trio wears masks and robes

Electronic Observations #4

OK, it’s a bit delayed. I’m sorry, I will try to catch up the best I can over the next couple of columns. Enough of me, let’s proceed directly to the music…. 555 ~ Nine Gates Thanks to the alphabetical

Electronic Observations #4

OK, it’s a bit delayed. I’m sorry, I will try to catch up the best I can over the next couple of columns. Enough of me, let’s proceed directly to the music…. 555 ~ Nine Gates Thanks to the alphabetical

ACL 2013: The Happiest Music of the Year

When last year’s list was published, it wasn’t very popular.  But over the course of the year, the hits kept increasing, until it became our number one specialty list.  Why?  Because people need happy music, and search for it online.

ACL 2013: The Happiest Music of the Year

When last year’s list was published, it wasn’t very popular.  But over the course of the year, the hits kept increasing, until it became our number one specialty list.  Why?  Because people need happy music, and search for it online.

A Moon Glyph Trio

A world of fun is to be found in Moon Glyph’s three latest releases: a new soundtrack to an old horror film, a retro score for an imaginary spy film and a single-artist mix tape.  Together, the three cassettes produce

A Moon Glyph Trio

A world of fun is to be found in Moon Glyph’s three latest releases: a new soundtrack to an old horror film, a retro score for an imaginary spy film and a single-artist mix tape.  Together, the three cassettes produce

Electronic Observations 2013 #7.2

Yep, this is the second half of this month’s Electronic Observations, which covers the second half of the alphabet (approximately) and any numbers that might be involved – I had things ordered the iTunes way, so 555 got unceremoniously bumped

Electronic Observations 2013 #7.2

Yep, this is the second half of this month’s Electronic Observations, which covers the second half of the alphabet (approximately) and any numbers that might be involved – I had things ordered the iTunes way, so 555 got unceremoniously bumped

Henry the Rabbit ~ Earthen Birth By

One would be hard-pressed not to like this album; in fact, one would need to be a total curmudgeon.  Adorned by the artist’s own stylized woodcuts, Earthen Birth By (not, as some might expect, Earthen Birth, by) is instantly endearing, a return to

Henry the Rabbit ~ Earthen Birth By

One would be hard-pressed not to like this album; in fact, one would need to be a total curmudgeon.  Adorned by the artist’s own stylized woodcuts, Earthen Birth By (not, as some might expect, Earthen Birth, by) is instantly endearing, a return to

Electronic Observations 2013 #5

Given that this article is published at some point between the release of albums by Daft Punk and Boards of Canada, acts who have been making electronic music for a number of years – and share a similar slow-but-steady approach

Electronic Observations 2013 #5

Given that this article is published at some point between the release of albums by Daft Punk and Boards of Canada, acts who have been making electronic music for a number of years – and share a similar slow-but-steady approach