Posts Tagged: Rhian Sheehan

Rhian Sheehan ~ A Quiet Divide

More than a dozen guest stars perform on Rhian Sheehan‘s lush opus A Quiet Divide, which straddles multiple genres, from ambient to post-rock to modern composition.  I’ve been a fan of the New Zealand composer ever since he offered a tiny music

Rhian Sheehan ~ A Quiet Divide

More than a dozen guest stars perform on Rhian Sheehan‘s lush opus A Quiet Divide, which straddles multiple genres, from ambient to post-rock to modern composition.  I’ve been a fan of the New Zealand composer ever since he offered a tiny music

Lauren King ~ Inscape

After a series of singles and EPs, New Zealand’s Lauren King has just released her first full album.  Inscape is an accomplished effort that doesn’t seem at all like a debut.  For this we credit the mentorship of Rhian Sheehan, the artist’s experience

Lauren King ~ Inscape

After a series of singles and EPs, New Zealand’s Lauren King has just released her first full album.  Inscape is an accomplished effort that doesn’t seem at all like a debut.  For this we credit the mentorship of Rhian Sheehan, the artist’s experience

Rhian Sheehan ~ Stories from Elsewhere

A swelling synth and plaintive piano offer the barest whisper of a greeting, and cast a malaise over a distant field recording of the hum of everyday life. It is an unassuming entrance to an album that slowly yet insistently

Rhian Sheehan ~ Stories from Elsewhere

A swelling synth and plaintive piano offer the barest whisper of a greeting, and cast a malaise over a distant field recording of the hum of everyday life. It is an unassuming entrance to an album that slowly yet insistently

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.