Posts Tagged: Simon Scott

LCNL 014: ACL 2012 Mix

LCNL 014: Best of 2012 Mix by the new objective Download: http://bit.ly/ACLOSERLISTEN2012 Well my friends, 2012 is coming to a close and as I look back it has been quite a strong year for experimental music.  We also just celebrated

LCNL 014: ACL 2012 Mix

LCNL 014: Best of 2012 Mix by the new objective Download: http://bit.ly/ACLOSERLISTEN2012 Well my friends, 2012 is coming to a close and as I look back it has been quite a strong year for experimental music.  We also just celebrated

ACL 2012: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Thousands of releases, hundreds of reviews, and it all comes down to this: the Top Twenty instrumental and experimental releases of 2012.  This isn’t just the one percent; it’s a small percent of a percent, the cream of the crop.

ACL 2012: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Thousands of releases, hundreds of reviews, and it all comes down to this: the Top Twenty instrumental and experimental releases of 2012.  This isn’t just the one percent; it’s a small percent of a percent, the cream of the crop.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

An expert field recording requires more than just a good weather-resistant microphone.  One needs a feel for one’s subject matter, a discriminating ear, and the ability to make sound so powerful that it makes up for the lack of sight.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

An expert field recording requires more than just a good weather-resistant microphone.  One needs a feel for one’s subject matter, a discriminating ear, and the ability to make sound so powerful that it makes up for the lack of sight.

Simon Scott ~ Below Sea Level

The deluxe edition of Simon Scott‘s Below Sea Level has much in common with the deluxe edition of Richard Skelton’s Landings.  Each is an investigation of place and sound – for Scott, the British Fens – and each is accompanied by a book

Simon Scott ~ Below Sea Level

The deluxe edition of Simon Scott‘s Below Sea Level has much in common with the deluxe edition of Richard Skelton’s Landings.  Each is an investigation of place and sound – for Scott, the British Fens – and each is accompanied by a book