Posts Tagged: SOVN

Francesco Ameglio & Studio 23.56 ~ Sinfonica Meccanica

Working at the SØVN label must be an awful lot of fun.  Over the past couple years they’ve hidden their music in foam sheets, cork, Legos, wood, concrete, wire mesh and a map.  Now they’ve teamed up with Studio 23.56

Francesco Ameglio & Studio 23.56 ~ Sinfonica Meccanica

Working at the SØVN label must be an awful lot of fun.  Over the past couple years they’ve hidden their music in foam sheets, cork, Legos, wood, concrete, wire mesh and a map.  Now they’ve teamed up with Studio 23.56

Guybrush ~ Incandenza

Last year, SØVN Records offered us a tape encased in a concrete block; to access the music, one had to break it (or use the download code).  This year, designer Le Kutsch returns with a new concept: each of the

Guybrush ~ Incandenza

Last year, SØVN Records offered us a tape encased in a concrete block; to access the music, one had to break it (or use the download code).  This year, designer Le Kutsch returns with a new concept: each of the

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Packaging

The further we travel into the digital era, the fewer physical releases we see.  A year ago, the digital market was bypassed by streaming.  Most people are content to hear rather than to own.  It takes a special presentation to

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Packaging

The further we travel into the digital era, the fewer physical releases we see.  A year ago, the digital market was bypassed by streaming.  Most people are content to hear rather than to own.  It takes a special presentation to

MYMK ~ The Memory Fog

The SØVN collective has become known for careful attention to packaging, a recent highlight being the wooden box edition of Amelia Devoid’s Hypogeum.  But their latest release takes the cake.  The tape is enclosed in a concrete box that can’t be opened

MYMK ~ The Memory Fog

The SØVN collective has become known for careful attention to packaging, a recent highlight being the wooden box edition of Amelia Devoid’s Hypogeum.  But their latest release takes the cake.  The tape is enclosed in a concrete box that can’t be opened