Posts Tagged: Richard Allen

Koreless ~ Agor

Many will be familiar with Koreless (Lewis Roberts) from his production work on FKA Twigs’ sublime album Magdalene; the producer has also released multiple singles and an EP.  Agor is his widescreen debut, an album we suspect will head straight to the dance floors, now

Koreless ~ Agor

Many will be familiar with Koreless (Lewis Roberts) from his production work on FKA Twigs’ sublime album Magdalene; the producer has also released multiple singles and an EP.  Agor is his widescreen debut, an album we suspect will head straight to the dance floors, now

V/A ~ New Chronologies of Sound

The pandemic has produced all manner of change within the music industry, from an increase in home recording to a dependence on digital formats.  In auditory terms, it has changed the way we hear our world by producing a heightened

V/A ~ New Chronologies of Sound

The pandemic has produced all manner of change within the music industry, from an increase in home recording to a dependence on digital formats.  In auditory terms, it has changed the way we hear our world by producing a heightened

Ten Tracks That Sound Like Summer

Thanks to vaccinations, reopenings and a new sense of hope, many nations have finally reached the post-pandemic summer.  It’s safe to say that the beaches will be packed this weekend, barbecues will be fired up and drinks will flow.  How

Ten Tracks That Sound Like Summer

Thanks to vaccinations, reopenings and a new sense of hope, many nations have finally reached the post-pandemic summer.  It’s safe to say that the beaches will be packed this weekend, barbecues will be fired up and drinks will flow.  How

Odalie ~ Derrière l’Écran

Odalie returns to TELESKOP with her second EP, Derrière l’Écran (Behind the Screen).  The set’s title references the multi-media nature of the work, which includes visualizations by Alma Alta, and even a tote bag for those who are interested.  Once the

Odalie ~ Derrière l’Écran

Odalie returns to TELESKOP with her second EP, Derrière l’Écran (Behind the Screen).  The set’s title references the multi-media nature of the work, which includes visualizations by Alma Alta, and even a tote bag for those who are interested.  Once the

First Half Highlights: The Top Ten

It’s hard to comprehend the distance we’ve travelled from January to June.  This January, the world was in the grip of the pandemic; now we see tangible signs of hope.  Much of the music released during the first half of

First Half Highlights: The Top Ten

It’s hard to comprehend the distance we’ve travelled from January to June.  This January, the world was in the grip of the pandemic; now we see tangible signs of hope.  Much of the music released during the first half of

Amiina ~ Pharology

Once in a while, and much less frequently than we’d like, we’re reminded of how much we like post-rock.  This happens whenever a release arrives to tell us, once again, that the genre is alive and well.  The latest release

Amiina ~ Pharology

Once in a while, and much less frequently than we’d like, we’re reminded of how much we like post-rock.  This happens whenever a release arrives to tell us, once again, that the genre is alive and well.  The latest release

Thisquietarmy x Away ~ The Singularity, Phase II

The kaiju saga continues with the Gamma and Delta sides of The Singularity, Phase II, the sequel to one of our favorite rock albums of last year.  It’s nice not to have to wait so long for a sequel, but even

Thisquietarmy x Away ~ The Singularity, Phase II

The kaiju saga continues with the Gamma and Delta sides of The Singularity, Phase II, the sequel to one of our favorite rock albums of last year.  It’s nice not to have to wait so long for a sequel, but even

Laura Masotto ~ WE

As we emerge from the pandemic, we have the opportunity to decide again whom we want to be.  Will we concentrate on ourselves: the opportunity to gather, to drink, to insist on the most selfish of our rights?  Or might

Laura Masotto ~ WE

As we emerge from the pandemic, we have the opportunity to decide again whom we want to be.  Will we concentrate on ourselves: the opportunity to gather, to drink, to insist on the most selfish of our rights?  Or might