Posts Tagged: Richard Allen

Daniel Bjarnason ~ Collider

We’ve been fans of Daniel Bjarnason from the start, and with each new release, he’s continued to cement our initial reaction.  Collider is a spectacular album, collecting compositions from the artist’s “American period,” initially written for ensembles in Cincinnati and Los Angeles and

Daniel Bjarnason ~ Collider

We’ve been fans of Daniel Bjarnason from the start, and with each new release, he’s continued to cement our initial reaction.  Collider is a spectacular album, collecting compositions from the artist’s “American period,” initially written for ensembles in Cincinnati and Los Angeles and

ACL 2018 ~ Music for Haunted Houses

In 2018, the world reached a tipping point in which scary music is no longer scarier than real life.  The old monsters are disappointed; they just can’t compete with the news.  This being said, it’s one of our favorite times

ACL 2018 ~ Music for Haunted Houses

In 2018, the world reached a tipping point in which scary music is no longer scarier than real life.  The old monsters are disappointed; they just can’t compete with the news.  This being said, it’s one of our favorite times

Guybrush ~ Incandenza

Last year, SØVN Records offered us a tape encased in a concrete block; to access the music, one had to break it (or use the download code).  This year, designer Le Kutsch returns with a new concept: each of the

Guybrush ~ Incandenza

Last year, SØVN Records offered us a tape encased in a concrete block; to access the music, one had to break it (or use the download code).  This year, designer Le Kutsch returns with a new concept: each of the

Lost Tribe Series Launch

Last month we showcased the new subscription series from Lost Tribe Sound.  This month, the two premiere releases were unveiled to the public.  The first is a lovely collaboration between Gavin Miller and Aaron Martin, and the second is a charity compilation

Lost Tribe Series Launch

Last month we showcased the new subscription series from Lost Tribe Sound.  This month, the two premiere releases were unveiled to the public.  The first is a lovely collaboration between Gavin Miller and Aaron Martin, and the second is a charity compilation

Jérémie Mathes ~ In[Core]Wat[t]

The Unfathomless label continues its stellar run with a sonic study of Cambodia, courtesy of Jérémie Mathes, who has called the nation home for the past three years. Living in the country of the recording lends this project an authentic tone:

Jérémie Mathes ~ In[Core]Wat[t]

The Unfathomless label continues its stellar run with a sonic study of Cambodia, courtesy of Jérémie Mathes, who has called the nation home for the past three years. Living in the country of the recording lends this project an authentic tone:

Enno Voss ~ Currents

A recent Bud Light ad portrays a commoner in a stockade.  His crime:  ordering an “autumnal mead.”  The tagline:  “For the many, not the few.”  I sympathize with the commoner, because I’m one of the few; I like things to

Enno Voss ~ Currents

A recent Bud Light ad portrays a commoner in a stockade.  His crime:  ordering an “autumnal mead.”  The tagline:  “For the many, not the few.”  I sympathize with the commoner, because I’m one of the few; I like things to

Katharina Ernst ~ Extrametrik

After half a dozen spins, I still needed convincing that this album was recorded without overdubs.  A quick Google search, and I found a live video as evidence. Yes, Vienna-born Katharina Ernst is the real thing: an exciting, polymetric solo drummer.  There

Katharina Ernst ~ Extrametrik

After half a dozen spins, I still needed convincing that this album was recorded without overdubs.  A quick Google search, and I found a live video as evidence. Yes, Vienna-born Katharina Ernst is the real thing: an exciting, polymetric solo drummer.  There