Posts Tagged: Time Released Sound

Jakob Lindhagen & Dag Rosenkvist ~ Stadsbilder

The ever-reliable Time Released Sound returns this Friday with another gorgeous release in both music and packaging.  As always, purchasers are given the choice of standard or deluxe editions, samples of which can be seen below. Jakob Lindhagen is known for

Jakob Lindhagen & Dag Rosenkvist ~ Stadsbilder

The ever-reliable Time Released Sound returns this Friday with another gorgeous release in both music and packaging.  As always, purchasers are given the choice of standard or deluxe editions, samples of which can be seen below. Jakob Lindhagen is known for

Francisco Sonur ~ Morning Trials

Let’s start with the elephant in the room.  This album sounds a lot like Sigur Rós, specifically the band’s melodic mid-period.  But we like Sigur Rós, and the band has since deserted that sound, while Jónsi has gone vocal with a tendency toward

Francisco Sonur ~ Morning Trials

Let’s start with the elephant in the room.  This album sounds a lot like Sigur Rós, specifically the band’s melodic mid-period.  But we like Sigur Rós, and the band has since deserted that sound, while Jónsi has gone vocal with a tendency toward

Orla Wren ~ The Blind Deaf Stone

Sequestered deep in the Scottish countryside, Orla Wren composes wistful electroacoustic soundscapes that float through genres with the gracefulness of a roaming herd of cattle. His latest release, The Blind Deaf Stone, contains four longform tracks that shift through gracious

Orla Wren ~ The Blind Deaf Stone

Sequestered deep in the Scottish countryside, Orla Wren composes wistful electroacoustic soundscapes that float through genres with the gracefulness of a roaming herd of cattle. His latest release, The Blind Deaf Stone, contains four longform tracks that shift through gracious

Hoshiko Yamane & Mikael Lind ~ Spaces In Between

Our first review of the year celebrates the end of one year, the beginning of another and the passage of time. As Joni Mitchell sings, “There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty / Before the last revolving year is

Hoshiko Yamane & Mikael Lind ~ Spaces In Between

Our first review of the year celebrates the end of one year, the beginning of another and the passage of time. As Joni Mitchell sings, “There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty / Before the last revolving year is

Francesco Giannico ~ Les Mondes Imaginaires

The sounds are delicate, impressionistic, a reflection of a stroll in the Italian countryside.  Francesco Giannico‘s photographs, now ripped and collaged, cover the case of the album.  Field recordings, now shuffled and enhanced, form the basis of new compositions.  Conversation

Francesco Giannico ~ Les Mondes Imaginaires

The sounds are delicate, impressionistic, a reflection of a stroll in the Italian countryside.  Francesco Giannico‘s photographs, now ripped and collaged, cover the case of the album.  Field recordings, now shuffled and enhanced, form the basis of new compositions.  Conversation

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Ambient

2018 was a particularly strong year for ambient music. We received over a thousand albums for consideration, in some weeks more than all other genres combined ~ and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.  While composing this introduction, we

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Ambient

2018 was a particularly strong year for ambient music. We received over a thousand albums for consideration, in some weeks more than all other genres combined ~ and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.  While composing this introduction, we

ACL 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Packaging

During the giving season, we remember the importance of packaging.  Not only do we want our gifts to look well-wrapped, we want what’s inside to appeal as well.  One can’t wrap a stream or a digital download.  This brings us to one

ACL 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Packaging

During the giving season, we remember the importance of packaging.  Not only do we want our gifts to look well-wrapped, we want what’s inside to appeal as well.  One can’t wrap a stream or a digital download.  This brings us to one

Enofa ~ Arboretum

Music that looks like fall, sounds like fall and is issued in fall, Arboretum is the perfect album for autumn.  One would think this practice more common, but sadly only a few artists have chosen to summon their fall muse in 2018.

Enofa ~ Arboretum

Music that looks like fall, sounds like fall and is issued in fall, Arboretum is the perfect album for autumn.  One would think this practice more common, but sadly only a few artists have chosen to summon their fall muse in 2018.