Posts Tagged: Twisted Treeline

Pascal Savy ~ Receding

When is a piano EP not a piano EP?  When the piano is recorded, then partially removed, leaving an “empty shell” where the notes one shuddered.  The recording operates as a sonic illusion, as the notes heard are not fully there.

Pascal Savy ~ Receding

When is a piano EP not a piano EP?  When the piano is recorded, then partially removed, leaving an “empty shell” where the notes one shuddered.  The recording operates as a sonic illusion, as the notes heard are not fully there.

PJE ~ Sea of State

The Twisted Treeline label has been responsible for a good many releases in the past few months, and it’s not even a year old.  A somewhat quiet label releasing somewhat quiet music, the label is a hardworking yet humble presence

PJE ~ Sea of State

The Twisted Treeline label has been responsible for a good many releases in the past few months, and it’s not even a year old.  A somewhat quiet label releasing somewhat quiet music, the label is a hardworking yet humble presence

Strom Noir ~ ghosts are the most fragile when dancing

Twisted Treeline (an offshoot of Somehow Recordings) has gone on a tear in the last few months, releasing over 40 postcard/3″ discs since making its debut in June.  The prolific Slovakian solo artist Emil Mat’ko (Strom Noir) seems to live and

Strom Noir ~ ghosts are the most fragile when dancing

Twisted Treeline (an offshoot of Somehow Recordings) has gone on a tear in the last few months, releasing over 40 postcard/3″ discs since making its debut in June.  The prolific Slovakian solo artist Emil Mat’ko (Strom Noir) seems to live and

Elian ~ A Little Bit of Cinematography

The sound art of Elian (Michael Duane Ferrell) is informed by the creative fire of shifting moods.  Until now, his work has been as formless as the primordial waters.  Yet with his 21-minute tribute to Ingmar Bergman, A Little Bit of Cinematography, a

Elian ~ A Little Bit of Cinematography

The sound art of Elian (Michael Duane Ferrell) is informed by the creative fire of shifting moods.  Until now, his work has been as formless as the primordial waters.  Yet with his 21-minute tribute to Ingmar Bergman, A Little Bit of Cinematography, a