Posts Tagged: spectrum spools

Brett Naucke ~ The Back of the Garden / The Mansion

When composers release multiple albums in a short frame, one worries that they are stretching their ideas too thin.  One way around this is to release sets that are so different in timbre one would never dream of putting them

Brett Naucke ~ The Back of the Garden / The Mansion

When composers release multiple albums in a short frame, one worries that they are stretching their ideas too thin.  One way around this is to release sets that are so different in timbre one would never dream of putting them

Yves De Mey ~ Drawn With Shadow Pens

As a piercing blade makes first contact with the surface of the flesh, slicing all the way to an ivory-stained bone, so too do the dagger-like, notorious electronics of Yves De Mey carve their way into the music. An incredibly dangerous current

Yves De Mey ~ Drawn With Shadow Pens

As a piercing blade makes first contact with the surface of the flesh, slicing all the way to an ivory-stained bone, so too do the dagger-like, notorious electronics of Yves De Mey carve their way into the music. An incredibly dangerous current

Electronic Observations 2015 #4

AKA The first annual quarterly review. This is the initial wave of catch up reviews for 2015. There will be more to come and hopefully over the next six months I’ll be a bit more on the pulse. (Jeremy Bye)

Electronic Observations 2015 #4

AKA The first annual quarterly review. This is the initial wave of catch up reviews for 2015. There will be more to come and hopefully over the next six months I’ll be a bit more on the pulse. (Jeremy Bye)

Electronic Observations 2013 #4

It’s a real mixed bag this month, from treated field recordings, through the arrival of a loved-up Mike Paradinas to the discovery of a previously unknown side-project of Jaki Liebezeit, the legendary drummer from Can.  To be honest, I’d probably

Electronic Observations 2013 #4

It’s a real mixed bag this month, from treated field recordings, through the arrival of a loved-up Mike Paradinas to the discovery of a previously unknown side-project of Jaki Liebezeit, the legendary drummer from Can.  To be honest, I’d probably