Posts Tagged: Room40

Lawrence English ~ Wilderness of Mirrors

It’s been three years since Lawrence English‘s last album (longer than our site has been around!), but the artist has remained in the public eye through his Room40 label and his live appearances.  During this time, he’s grown interested in “the

Lawrence English ~ Wilderness of Mirrors

It’s been three years since Lawrence English‘s last album (longer than our site has been around!), but the artist has remained in the public eye through his Room40 label and his live appearances.  During this time, he’s grown interested in “the

Electronic Observations 2013 #10

Just scraping within the calendar year, here’s the final Electronic Observations for 2013. Thank you to everyone who has read it, and especially to the artists for making the music. This month’s column is later (and a bit shorter) than

Electronic Observations 2013 #10

Just scraping within the calendar year, here’s the final Electronic Observations for 2013. Thank you to everyone who has read it, and especially to the artists for making the music. This month’s column is later (and a bit shorter) than

Rafael Anton Irisarri ~ The Unintentional Sea

The Salton Sea was never meant to exist.  It developed by accident in 1905 as waters were diverted from the California River, submerging the town of Salton.  In the ensuing decades it became a resort area, until fertilizer runoff and

Rafael Anton Irisarri ~ The Unintentional Sea

The Salton Sea was never meant to exist.  It developed by accident in 1905 as waters were diverted from the California River, submerging the town of Salton.  In the ensuing decades it became a resort area, until fertilizer runoff and

Bee Mask ~ Vaporware / Scanops

Just when you think you know an artist, they change.  This is the case with Chris Madak (Bee Mask), whose lovely new short album (or extended single) is his most intricate and refined recording to date.  Presented with two quarter-hour

Bee Mask ~ Vaporware / Scanops

Just when you think you know an artist, they change.  This is the case with Chris Madak (Bee Mask), whose lovely new short album (or extended single) is his most intricate and refined recording to date.  Presented with two quarter-hour

eRikm ~ Transfall

While recording these six pieces for choreographies and compilations, eRikm was determined to “break out” of his normal constructive habits.  As a result, the new album is vastly different from anything in his back catalog, and is easily his finest achievement to date.

eRikm ~ Transfall

While recording these six pieces for choreographies and compilations, eRikm was determined to “break out” of his normal constructive habits.  As a result, the new album is vastly different from anything in his back catalog, and is easily his finest achievement to date.

Andrea Belfi ~ Wege

Wege originated as an installation, but thankfully has found its way to disc.  The list of collaborators is impressive: Greg Haines, Machinefabriek and Valerio Tricoli, among others.  But the credit goes to Andrea Belfi for composing and leading these four articulate pieces.  His warm percussion and

Andrea Belfi ~ Wege

Wege originated as an installation, but thankfully has found its way to disc.  The list of collaborators is impressive: Greg Haines, Machinefabriek and Valerio Tricoli, among others.  But the credit goes to Andrea Belfi for composing and leading these four articulate pieces.  His warm percussion and