Posts Tagged: Richard Allen

Jonas Reinhardt ~ Conclave Surge

The last Jonas Reinhardt album we reviewed was accompanied by a DVD; this time, the visuals are left to the mind.  The cover is the exception, implying holiness and hush: one might see candles in this image, or the pipes of

Jonas Reinhardt ~ Conclave Surge

The last Jonas Reinhardt album we reviewed was accompanied by a DVD; this time, the visuals are left to the mind.  The cover is the exception, implying holiness and hush: one might see candles in this image, or the pipes of

Bana Haffar ~ Matiere

All manner of gorgeous tracks occupy Bana Haffar‘s Soundcloud page, many unreleased.  The Los Angeles artist has been swiftly building her sonic resume over the past two years, and Matiere is her latest public declaration.  This follow-up to last year’s Alif 12″ sees her continue

Bana Haffar ~ Matiere

All manner of gorgeous tracks occupy Bana Haffar‘s Soundcloud page, many unreleased.  The Los Angeles artist has been swiftly building her sonic resume over the past two years, and Matiere is her latest public declaration.  This follow-up to last year’s Alif 12″ sees her continue

Zenjungle ~ Fragmented Lives

2018’s first great drone album comes from Zenjungle (Phil Gardelis) and extends the genre’s current hot streak.  Political disruption, environmental degradation and the refugee crisis have been terrible developments for humanity, but a great inspiration for artists.  Like recording artist

Zenjungle ~ Fragmented Lives

2018’s first great drone album comes from Zenjungle (Phil Gardelis) and extends the genre’s current hot streak.  Political disruption, environmental degradation and the refugee crisis have been terrible developments for humanity, but a great inspiration for artists.  Like recording artist

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis ~ Invisible Cities

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis have been known to make a great racket in their respective (and multiple) bands, but don’t expect that here.  Invisible Cities is an album of coiled restraint that seems ever on the brink of eruption.  In the

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis ~ Invisible Cities

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis have been known to make a great racket in their respective (and multiple) bands, but don’t expect that here.  Invisible Cities is an album of coiled restraint that seems ever on the brink of eruption.  In the

Various Artists ~ Puerto Rico Relief

When the news story broke a couple weeks ago, many were shocked to hear that half of Puerto Rico was still without power.  People asked, “Wasn’t the hurricane months ago?”  Yes ~ but disasters occur, ravaging millions of lives, and

Various Artists ~ Puerto Rico Relief

When the news story broke a couple weeks ago, many were shocked to hear that half of Puerto Rico was still without power.  People asked, “Wasn’t the hurricane months ago?”  Yes ~ but disasters occur, ravaging millions of lives, and

Ben McElroy ~ 1,000 Sewing Machines

Nottingham’s multi-disciplinary Ben McElroy has been coming on strong in recent months, with a pair of short, enchanting EPs followed by an alluring album.  We were drawn in by the cover, but once we heard the music, we realized that this was

Ben McElroy ~ 1,000 Sewing Machines

Nottingham’s multi-disciplinary Ben McElroy has been coming on strong in recent months, with a pair of short, enchanting EPs followed by an alluring album.  We were drawn in by the cover, but once we heard the music, we realized that this was

Nicolas Montgermont ~ Radioscapes

Imagine if radio waves looked like tree rings, visible in concentric circles of white, black and grey.  This is the appearance of Radioscapes, the new picture disc vinyl from Nicolas Montgermont and Art Kill Art.  The usual markers are obscured; one cannot hold

Nicolas Montgermont ~ Radioscapes

Imagine if radio waves looked like tree rings, visible in concentric circles of white, black and grey.  This is the appearance of Radioscapes, the new picture disc vinyl from Nicolas Montgermont and Art Kill Art.  The usual markers are obscured; one cannot hold