Posts Tagged: Under the Spire

Mark Templeton ~ Jealous Heart

If you think you know Mark Templeton, guess again.  The artist does not have a signature sound; he changes palettes from album to album.  His promising electronic debut, Standing on a Hummingbird, was followed by the more vocal Inland and then by the more

Mark Templeton ~ Jealous Heart

If you think you know Mark Templeton, guess again.  The artist does not have a signature sound; he changes palettes from album to album.  His promising electronic debut, Standing on a Hummingbird, was followed by the more vocal Inland and then by the more

Mike Shiflet ~ The Choir, The Army

Under the Spire jokes that Mike Shiflet has released a “quadrillion” works this year.  While this is obviously an exaggeration, the artist is prolific enough to rival Celer and Machinefabriek in output.  Luckily, the label is right to state that The Choir,

Mike Shiflet ~ The Choir, The Army

Under the Spire jokes that Mike Shiflet has released a “quadrillion” works this year.  While this is obviously an exaggeration, the artist is prolific enough to rival Celer and Machinefabriek in output.  Luckily, the label is right to state that The Choir,

Black Eagle Child ~ Go Around, Again

Reviewers can be a funny bunch. We’re not omniscient but there are times when we pretend to be. For example, there’s nothing like writing ‘This album is good, but it doesn’t compare to the B-side of their second single which

Black Eagle Child ~ Go Around, Again

Reviewers can be a funny bunch. We’re not omniscient but there are times when we pretend to be. For example, there’s nothing like writing ‘This album is good, but it doesn’t compare to the B-side of their second single which

Concessionaires ~ Artificial Interface

This album reminds me of an old trance song, Space Manoeuvres’ “Phase One”.  (“In deep space … abandoned.”  “Any crew?”  “Negative.”)  Not that it’s a trance album; trance-inducing, perhaps, but thankfully lacking in repetitive beats.  That track existed in multiple

Concessionaires ~ Artificial Interface

This album reminds me of an old trance song, Space Manoeuvres’ “Phase One”.  (“In deep space … abandoned.”  “Any crew?”  “Negative.”)  Not that it’s a trance album; trance-inducing, perhaps, but thankfully lacking in repetitive beats.  That track existed in multiple