Posts Tagged: Shelter Press

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

This year’s chart is dominated by rock and post-rock, in particular the Constellation roster, represented by an amazing four out of ten releases.  No wonder it was our Label of the Year.  But there’s plenty more to be found here,

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

This year’s chart is dominated by rock and post-rock, in particular the Constellation roster, represented by an amazing four out of ten releases.  No wonder it was our Label of the Year.  But there’s plenty more to be found here,

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Experimental

This may be where music is headed ~ but then again, maybe not.  These artists are iconoclastic in their approach to sound.  From radio waves to distortion, puppetry to improvisation, they blaze their own trails, and those who can’t keep

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Experimental

This may be where music is headed ~ but then again, maybe not.  These artists are iconoclastic in their approach to sound.  From radio waves to distortion, puppetry to improvisation, they blaze their own trails, and those who can’t keep

Gabriel Saloman ~ Movement Building Vol. 3

It starts with a static exhalation and a heartbeat drum ~ breath and beat together.  Eventually the other elements are added: droning guitar, mournful cello and yes – for this is Gabriel Saloman – military drums.  But for now we’ll have to

Gabriel Saloman ~ Movement Building Vol. 3

It starts with a static exhalation and a heartbeat drum ~ breath and beat together.  Eventually the other elements are added: droning guitar, mournful cello and yes – for this is Gabriel Saloman – military drums.  But for now we’ll have to

Félicia Atkinson ~ Hand in Hand

If there is a state of sonic lucid dream, Félicia Atkinson could serve as a guide to its realms. Electronic pioneers like Delia Derbyshire might have opened that door, but Atkinson’s carefully crafted and deeply immersive minimal soundscapes, woven through ASMR

Félicia Atkinson ~ Hand in Hand

If there is a state of sonic lucid dream, Félicia Atkinson could serve as a guide to its realms. Electronic pioneers like Delia Derbyshire might have opened that door, but Atkinson’s carefully crafted and deeply immersive minimal soundscapes, woven through ASMR

Stephen O’Malley ~ Eternelle Idole

Eternelle Idole (‘Eternal Idol’) is the soundtrack composed by Stephen O’Malley for a choreographic piece of the same name created by artist Gisèle Vienne, and which involves an actor and an artistic ice-skater. I have yet to see the piece

Stephen O’Malley ~ Eternelle Idole

Eternelle Idole (‘Eternal Idol’) is the soundtrack composed by Stephen O’Malley for a choreographic piece of the same name created by artist Gisèle Vienne, and which involves an actor and an artistic ice-skater. I have yet to see the piece

Gabriel Saloman ~ Movement Building Vol. 2

The second of a planned trilogy, Movement Building Vol. 2 builds on its predecessor and operates as a soundtrack to a tragic winter romance.  The album’s source material is Yasunari Kawabata’s novel Snow Country, although the artist takes time to visit Japanese court music

Gabriel Saloman ~ Movement Building Vol. 2

The second of a planned trilogy, Movement Building Vol. 2 builds on its predecessor and operates as a soundtrack to a tragic winter romance.  The album’s source material is Yasunari Kawabata’s novel Snow Country, although the artist takes time to visit Japanese court music

Joshua Bonnetta ~ Lago

Lago is an ambitious project, conceived as a companion to Ron Jude’s photographic book of the same name.  As the successor to 2014’s Strange Lines and Distances, the LP provides further evidence that Joshua Bonnetta has greater things on his mind than simple field recording.

Joshua Bonnetta ~ Lago

Lago is an ambitious project, conceived as a companion to Ron Jude’s photographic book of the same name.  As the successor to 2014’s Strange Lines and Distances, the LP provides further evidence that Joshua Bonnetta has greater things on his mind than simple field recording.