Posts Tagged: Preserved Sound

Neal Heppleston ~ Folk Songs for Double Bass

Neal Heppleston calls the album folk, while we label it post-rock; fortunately we have one category that covers both.  Folk Songs for Double Bass pours folk lyrics into instrumental post-rock forges, opening new avenues of appreciation.  No longer do the old songs

Neal Heppleston ~ Folk Songs for Double Bass

Neal Heppleston calls the album folk, while we label it post-rock; fortunately we have one category that covers both.  Folk Songs for Double Bass pours folk lyrics into instrumental post-rock forges, opening new avenues of appreciation.  No longer do the old songs

Aaron Martin ~ A Room Now Empty

A Room Now Empty is a sequel of sorts to Day Has Ended, the concept of a day lengthened to that of a lifetime.  On the prior album, Aaron Martin teamed with Christoph Berg; here he records solo once more, playing everything from his

Aaron Martin ~ A Room Now Empty

A Room Now Empty is a sequel of sorts to Day Has Ended, the concept of a day lengthened to that of a lifetime.  On the prior album, Aaron Martin teamed with Christoph Berg; here he records solo once more, playing everything from his

Adrian Lane ~ Playing With Ghosts

Perhaps the most important thing to say about this album is that it does not sound like The Caretaker.  We write this because the comparisons have been made to such an extent that readers may have already made the association.  Each composer

Adrian Lane ~ Playing With Ghosts

Perhaps the most important thing to say about this album is that it does not sound like The Caretaker.  We write this because the comparisons have been made to such an extent that readers may have already made the association.  Each composer

Endless Melancholy ~ Music for Quiet Mornings (Reissue)

Five years have passed since the initial release of Music for Quiet Mornings, and much has unfolded during that time.  Since 2012, our website has taken off to welcome heights, while the stature of Endless Melancholy has risen considerably.  Earlier this year, we featured the

Endless Melancholy ~ Music for Quiet Mornings (Reissue)

Five years have passed since the initial release of Music for Quiet Mornings, and much has unfolded during that time.  Since 2012, our website has taken off to welcome heights, while the stature of Endless Melancholy has risen considerably.  Earlier this year, we featured the

Poppy Nogood ~ Mood Paintings

Poppy Nogood‘s follow-up to last year’s Music for Mourning continues to delve into the personal realm.  The unofficial subtitle, “a self-portrait in four parts”, marks it as an introspective set; the fact that a dozen instruments are played by the artist and

Poppy Nogood ~ Mood Paintings

Poppy Nogood‘s follow-up to last year’s Music for Mourning continues to delve into the personal realm.  The unofficial subtitle, “a self-portrait in four parts”, marks it as an introspective set; the fact that a dozen instruments are played by the artist and

Various Artists ~ Anticipation of an Uncertain Future

How wonderful to wake up in a new year with new music!  Preserved Sound has just posted a brand-new compilation with a fitting title, Anticipation of an Uncertain Future.  The sounds are soothing, peaceful and above all, hopeful ~ a perfect

Various Artists ~ Anticipation of an Uncertain Future

How wonderful to wake up in a new year with new music!  Preserved Sound has just posted a brand-new compilation with a fitting title, Anticipation of an Uncertain Future.  The sounds are soothing, peaceful and above all, hopeful ~ a perfect

Tess Said So ~ Scramble + Fate

Tess Said So‘s follow-up to I Did That Tomorrow is another bright and colorful concoction, as cheerful as the cover art implies.  The Australian duo of Will Larsen (percussion) and Rasa Daukus (piano) continues to fool the ear, as Scramble + Fate sounds more

Tess Said So ~ Scramble + Fate

Tess Said So‘s follow-up to I Did That Tomorrow is another bright and colorful concoction, as cheerful as the cover art implies.  The Australian duo of Will Larsen (percussion) and Rasa Daukus (piano) continues to fool the ear, as Scramble + Fate sounds more