Posts Tagged: Tambour

Tambour ~ Constellations (ou comment arrêter le temps)

Montreal’s Tambour (Simon P. Castonguay) released two EPs in 2015 and 2016 that were later folded into an LP.  Since then he’s been quiet, save for the exquisite winter single “Silhouettes.”  As Chapitre I was one of the first releases on the Moderna label,

Tambour ~ Constellations (ou comment arrêter le temps)

Montreal’s Tambour (Simon P. Castonguay) released two EPs in 2015 and 2016 that were later folded into an LP.  Since then he’s been quiet, save for the exquisite winter single “Silhouettes.”  As Chapitre I was one of the first releases on the Moderna label,

Tambour ~ Chapitre II

After an extremely active launch in 2015, the Moderna label has been quiet in recent months.  Half a year has passed since its last release, so it’s a relief to hear the return of both the label and Tambour.  Chapitre

Tambour ~ Chapitre II

After an extremely active launch in 2015, the Moderna label has been quiet in recent months.  Half a year has passed since its last release, so it’s a relief to hear the return of both the label and Tambour.  Chapitre

Tambour ~ Chapitre I

We first encountered Tambour (Montreal’s Simon P. Castonguay) on a split release with Julien Marchal, but three minutes of solo piano was not enough to form a lasting impression.  Now the composer has returned with a string quartet, and the results are

Tambour ~ Chapitre I

We first encountered Tambour (Montreal’s Simon P. Castonguay) on a split release with Julien Marchal, but three minutes of solo piano was not enough to form a lasting impression.  Now the composer has returned with a string quartet, and the results are

Welcome to Moderna Records!

Montreal’s Moderna Records celebrated its launch last month with the release of five musical works and the announcement of a sixth.  From singles to full-length albums, the digital label plans to focus on “innovative beatless instrumental music.”  We suspect that

Welcome to Moderna Records!

Montreal’s Moderna Records celebrated its launch last month with the release of five musical works and the announcement of a sixth.  From singles to full-length albums, the digital label plans to focus on “innovative beatless instrumental music.”  We suspect that