Posts Tagged: Rutger Zuydervelt

Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Astroneer OST

A sense of naïve wonder. A sentimental poetic that reflects upon discovery, whether of new spaces or perhaps even new sensations, as the vantage-point of an adventurous imagination. The music of the ‘last frontier’ that is found among the stars

Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Astroneer OST

A sense of naïve wonder. A sentimental poetic that reflects upon discovery, whether of new spaces or perhaps even new sensations, as the vantage-point of an adventurous imagination. The music of the ‘last frontier’ that is found among the stars

ACL 2015: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Rich picked Matana Roberts, Chris picked Michael Price, James picked Ian William Craig, David picked Holly Herndon and Joe picked Heroin in Tahiti.  But this year’s #1, one of the longest albums ever recorded, drew support from across the board.

ACL 2015: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Rich picked Matana Roberts, Chris picked Michael Price, James picked Ian William Craig, David picked Holly Herndon and Joe picked Heroin in Tahiti.  But this year’s #1, one of the longest albums ever recorded, drew support from across the board.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Drone

Extended tones form the basis of Drone, a category that can be as soft as a refrigerator hum or as loud as the military plane that adopted its name.  But there’s so much more to the genre than simple extension.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Drone

Extended tones form the basis of Drone, a category that can be as soft as a refrigerator hum or as loud as the military plane that adopted its name.  But there’s so much more to the genre than simple extension.

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Winter Music

Winter music is inspired by winter and sounds like winter, yet winter contains a wide range of inspirations and sounds: from ice-locked ships to children’s games, from piano flurries to fronts of drones.  Its variety is its beauty.  Just as

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Winter Music

Winter music is inspired by winter and sounds like winter, yet winter contains a wide range of inspirations and sounds: from ice-locked ships to children’s games, from piano flurries to fronts of drones.  Its variety is its beauty.  Just as

Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek ~ Whorls

Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek‘s third collaboration is also their first in four years.  The gap in time is clearly responsible for a shift in sound.  Whorls is as dynamic and exciting as Patina was soft and calm.  When the latter was released in 2011,

Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek ~ Whorls

Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek‘s third collaboration is also their first in four years.  The gap in time is clearly responsible for a shift in sound.  Whorls is as dynamic and exciting as Patina was soft and calm.  When the latter was released in 2011,

Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Sneeuwstorm

Can a saxophone sound like snow (sneeuw)?  In the hands of Rutger Zuydervelt (Machinefabriek), the answer is yes.  On this album, Otto Kokke (soprano saxophone) and Colin Webster (tenor saxophone) find their contributions rumpled, looped, and otherwise manipulated in the service

Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Sneeuwstorm

Can a saxophone sound like snow (sneeuw)?  In the hands of Rutger Zuydervelt (Machinefabriek), the answer is yes.  On this album, Otto Kokke (soprano saxophone) and Colin Webster (tenor saxophone) find their contributions rumpled, looped, and otherwise manipulated in the service

Esther Kokmeijer + Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Stillness

This stunning project reinforces the adage that good things come in small packages.  Postcard aside, the USB stick is only the size of a tie clip, but it holds some of the loveliest images you’ll ever see, and with the

Esther Kokmeijer + Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Stillness

This stunning project reinforces the adage that good things come in small packages.  Postcard aside, the USB stick is only the size of a tie clip, but it holds some of the loveliest images you’ll ever see, and with the