Posts Tagged: Tilman Robinson

Sound Propositions 013: Gregory Euclide (THESIS Project)

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. For the first time, the

Sound Propositions 013: Gregory Euclide (THESIS Project)

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. For the first time, the

ACL 2016: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

The last album we reviewed this year ended up being the best ~ in light of the title, a fitting end.  Our cover image is taken from its lead video; the actress seems to be giving the album a closer listen.

ACL 2016: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

The last album we reviewed this year ended up being the best ~ in light of the title, a fitting end.  Our cover image is taken from its lead video; the actress seems to be giving the album a closer listen.

ACL 2016: Top Ten Modern Composition

This year’s most competitive category overflows with life, even though some of its subject matter is death.  This is a golden era for modern composition, which borrows from its ancestors in classical music but pushes it forward for newer generations.

ACL 2016: Top Ten Modern Composition

This year’s most competitive category overflows with life, even though some of its subject matter is death.  This is a golden era for modern composition, which borrows from its ancestors in classical music but pushes it forward for newer generations.

Tilman Robinson ~ Deer Heart

A beam of light bisects Tilman Robinson‘s face, offering a symbol for his music.  Deer Heart may be half modern composition, half experimental, but the artist is no split personality; his musical halves form a unified whole. One may be forgiven (we hope)

Tilman Robinson ~ Deer Heart

A beam of light bisects Tilman Robinson‘s face, offering a symbol for his music.  Deer Heart may be half modern composition, half experimental, but the artist is no split personality; his musical halves form a unified whole. One may be forgiven (we hope)

Tilman Robinson ~ Network of Lines

Ever since the beginning, a constant tension develops the sound of Network of Lines, staying true to its name as it gradually points towards an uneven, relational growth of musical ideas that play off on each other without ever fully

Tilman Robinson ~ Network of Lines

Ever since the beginning, a constant tension develops the sound of Network of Lines, staying true to its name as it gradually points towards an uneven, relational growth of musical ideas that play off on each other without ever fully