Posts Tagged: Three Quarter Moon

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 Electronic

It would appear that the Electronic section of A Closer Listen is the poor relation of the site, which in a way is no bad thing; certainly the remit when the site was founded was to give those artists who

ACL 2012: Top Ten Electronic

It would appear that the Electronic section of A Closer Listen is the poor relation of the site, which in a way is no bad thing; certainly the remit when the site was founded was to give those artists who

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

Pie Are Squared ~ Three Quarter Moon / Memories et Cetera

The new album from Mohammed Ashraf’s long-running Pie Are Squared project initially trades the maximal blips and beats of his past work for a more gentle, lulling approach. For those familiar with Pie’s output, it’s a surprising departure, though not

Pie Are Squared ~ Three Quarter Moon / Memories et Cetera

The new album from Mohammed Ashraf’s long-running Pie Are Squared project initially trades the maximal blips and beats of his past work for a more gentle, lulling approach. For those familiar with Pie’s output, it’s a surprising departure, though not