Posts Tagged: Origamibiro

Origamibiro ~ Miscellany

Origamibiro was first the solo project of Tom Hill, then a duo, then an audio-visual trio, and now it has become a solo project once again, with continued contributions from Andy Tytherleig.  But one thing that hasn’t changed is that

Origamibiro ~ Miscellany

Origamibiro was first the solo project of Tom Hill, then a duo, then an audio-visual trio, and now it has become a solo project once again, with continued contributions from Andy Tytherleig.  But one thing that hasn’t changed is that

Thomas William Hill ~ Asylum for Eve

Once in a while, we come across an artist so good that we are flabbergasted not to have heard of them before.  On even rarer occasions, we realize that we have.  Multi-instrumentalist Thomas William Hill is the founder (and at one time,

Thomas William Hill ~ Asylum for Eve

Once in a while, we come across an artist so good that we are flabbergasted not to have heard of them before.  On even rarer occasions, we realize that we have.  Multi-instrumentalist Thomas William Hill is the founder (and at one time,

Denovali Swingfest London 2014 ~ Day Two

Logistics precluded my attendance at the first day of Denovali’s second spring takeover of London’s east end, but for me the smaller-scale second day over the Easter weekend promised the festival’s highlights anyway. Set in the welcoming intimacy of Café

Denovali Swingfest London 2014 ~ Day Two

Logistics precluded my attendance at the first day of Denovali’s second spring takeover of London’s east end, but for me the smaller-scale second day over the Easter weekend promised the festival’s highlights anyway. Set in the welcoming intimacy of Café

Origamibiro ~ Odham’s Standard

Fresh on the heels of their recent Denovali box set, Origamibiro returns with an all-new collection influenced by spirit photography and EVP.  Odham’s Standard continues to blend of traditional and found instrumentation, but adds a twist: this time around, the listener attempts to

Origamibiro ~ Odham’s Standard

Fresh on the heels of their recent Denovali box set, Origamibiro returns with an all-new collection influenced by spirit photography and EVP.  Odham’s Standard continues to blend of traditional and found instrumentation, but adds a twist: this time around, the listener attempts to

Origamibiro ~ Collection

In advance of Origamibiro‘s latest album, Denovali has released Shakkei, Shakkei Remixed and Cracked Mirrors and Stopped Clocks as a lovely three-disc box set.  We celebrate by republishing the original Shakkei review, representing the band’s best work to date. Everything is musical.  The claim has

Origamibiro ~ Collection

In advance of Origamibiro‘s latest album, Denovali has released Shakkei, Shakkei Remixed and Cracked Mirrors and Stopped Clocks as a lovely three-disc box set.  We celebrate by republishing the original Shakkei review, representing the band’s best work to date. Everything is musical.  The claim has

Origamibiro ~ Flicker EP

We often wonder if music that is original can still be made or if everything has already been done.  The question is of course rhetorical since the possibilities offered by music are very much dependent on the possibilities offered by

Origamibiro ~ Flicker EP

We often wonder if music that is original can still be made or if everything has already been done.  The question is of course rhetorical since the possibilities offered by music are very much dependent on the possibilities offered by