Posts Tagged: Richard Allen

Martin Gore ~ The Third Chimpanzee Remixed

During the late 80s/early 90s heyday of Depeche Mode, fans waited eagerly to receive singles from their idols, because they knew remixes would follow.  While track after track made it to clubs, the side-long orchestral remix of “Enjoy the Silence”

Martin Gore ~ The Third Chimpanzee Remixed

During the late 80s/early 90s heyday of Depeche Mode, fans waited eagerly to receive singles from their idols, because they knew remixes would follow.  While track after track made it to clubs, the side-long orchestral remix of “Enjoy the Silence”

Anushka Chkheidze, Eto Gelashvili, Hayk Karoyi, Robert Lippok ~ Glacier Music II

Glacier Music II is the rare sequel worth seeking out.  Five years removed from its predecessor, the album continues to track the effects of climate change on one of earth’s most precious resources.  An informative booklet accompanies the disc and provides

Anushka Chkheidze, Eto Gelashvili, Hayk Karoyi, Robert Lippok ~ Glacier Music II

Glacier Music II is the rare sequel worth seeking out.  Five years removed from its predecessor, the album continues to track the effects of climate change on one of earth’s most precious resources.  An informative booklet accompanies the disc and provides

Haiku Salut ~ The Hill, The Light, The Ghost

In its early years, Haiku Salut was a cheerful electronic band, but in its middle period the band began to evolve into something new.  The group’s score for The General was more pensive and sedate than fans had expected.  With The Hill, The Light,

Haiku Salut ~ The Hill, The Light, The Ghost

In its early years, Haiku Salut was a cheerful electronic band, but in its middle period the band began to evolve into something new.  The group’s score for The General was more pensive and sedate than fans had expected.  With The Hill, The Light,

Sin Fang ~ Foscadh (Original Soundtrack)

To hear a film score without seeing the film ~ or in this case, even a trailer ~ is a revealing experience.  The reviewer has no prejudgments, and is freed to determine whether the music is strong enough to stand

Sin Fang ~ Foscadh (Original Soundtrack)

To hear a film score without seeing the film ~ or in this case, even a trailer ~ is a revealing experience.  The reviewer has no prejudgments, and is freed to determine whether the music is strong enough to stand

Charles Spearin ~ My City of Starlings

We last encountered Do Make Say Think’s Charles Runstein on Thank God the Plague Is Over, recorded with Josefin Runsteen (whose own fine HANA – Three Bodies is slated for release this fall).  Unfortunately the plague is still not over, but fortunately we have new

Charles Spearin ~ My City of Starlings

We last encountered Do Make Say Think’s Charles Runstein on Thank God the Plague Is Over, recorded with Josefin Runsteen (whose own fine HANA – Three Bodies is slated for release this fall).  Unfortunately the plague is still not over, but fortunately we have new

Molly Herron ~ Through Lines

Through Lines is a gentle work, so gentle one might miss it, if not for a pair of intriguing videos.  “Canon No. 3” is playful and fun, while “Lyra” is lovely and restrained.  Together they showcase two sides of composer Molly Herron,

Molly Herron ~ Through Lines

Through Lines is a gentle work, so gentle one might miss it, if not for a pair of intriguing videos.  “Canon No. 3” is playful and fun, while “Lyra” is lovely and restrained.  Together they showcase two sides of composer Molly Herron,

Lost Tribe Sound ~ Salt and Gravity Series / Arrowounds ~ The Rise and Fall of the Melting World

As one series ends, another begins for the prolific Lost Tribe Sound, whose output we have been enjoying throughout the history of our website.  The Salt and Gravity series kicks off this month with a new album from Arrowounds and will continue approximately monthly until

Lost Tribe Sound ~ Salt and Gravity Series / Arrowounds ~ The Rise and Fall of the Melting World

As one series ends, another begins for the prolific Lost Tribe Sound, whose output we have been enjoying throughout the history of our website.  The Salt and Gravity series kicks off this month with a new album from Arrowounds and will continue approximately monthly until

Mumbles ~ Maystow Morrow: a story of rustling straw, thistle burrs and fire

We originally planned to wait until October to review this release.  When it first arrived, the pandemic was ebbing, and we were not in the mood for dark music.  But now the horror has returned, along with our appetite for

Mumbles ~ Maystow Morrow: a story of rustling straw, thistle burrs and fire

We originally planned to wait until October to review this release.  When it first arrived, the pandemic was ebbing, and we were not in the mood for dark music.  But now the horror has returned, along with our appetite for