Posts Tagged: Oliver Barrett

Oliver Barrett ~ Aerial

Aerial is short, sweet, fun, and a perfect example of how anyone can make music if they set their mind to it.  Making quality music is another thing, which is why Oliver Barrett‘s piece is so effective.  Why, this instrument may be on top

Oliver Barrett ~ Aerial

Aerial is short, sweet, fun, and a perfect example of how anyone can make music if they set their mind to it.  Making quality music is another thing, which is why Oliver Barrett‘s piece is so effective.  Why, this instrument may be on top

Petrels ~ Mima

Petrels albums are like little mysteries.  Oliver Barrett’s songs are always about more than they seem.  Even the instrumentals have hidden stories.  The press releases provide clues, but the rest is up to the listener.  Mima is no exception.  Barrett’s second album

Petrels ~ Mima

Petrels albums are like little mysteries.  Oliver Barrett’s songs are always about more than they seem.  Even the instrumentals have hidden stories.  The press releases provide clues, but the rest is up to the listener.  Mima is no exception.  Barrett’s second album

Glottalstop ~ Woodsmoke

For the second time in recent months, we’ve loved the work of a new artist only to learn that we’ve actually been listening to the work of a favorite artist using a pseudonym.  The last example was Shoganai (Bas van

Glottalstop ~ Woodsmoke

For the second time in recent months, we’ve loved the work of a new artist only to learn that we’ve actually been listening to the work of a favorite artist using a pseudonym.  The last example was Shoganai (Bas van

Petrels ~ Onkalo

Oliver Barrett’s Bleeding Heart Narrative officially called it quits in late 2012, opening the door for more work under the Petrels name.  We’re a little bit greedy – we’d love to have both – but we’re overjoyed to hear this stunning follow-up

Petrels ~ Onkalo

Oliver Barrett’s Bleeding Heart Narrative officially called it quits in late 2012, opening the door for more work under the Petrels name.  We’re a little bit greedy – we’d love to have both – but we’re overjoyed to hear this stunning follow-up