Posts Tagged: V/A

V/A ~ Realismo Mágico

Another music label turns five this year (wow, these little moppets grow up so fast) and Sergio Díaz De Rojas’ piano and coffee records celebrates with a fresh compilation from friends old and new, inspired by magical realism.  The genre inspires creative

V/A ~ Realismo Mágico

Another music label turns five this year (wow, these little moppets grow up so fast) and Sergio Díaz De Rojas’ piano and coffee records celebrates with a fresh compilation from friends old and new, inspired by magical realism.  The genre inspires creative

V/A ~ Tetra Hysteria Manifesto

Happy 4th anniversary to the Chinabot label, who celebrates with this collection of creative sounds from Asian artists across the board.  We’ve been enjoying the work of the label since its inception, with notable attention to Sabiwa and Neo Geodesia.

V/A ~ Tetra Hysteria Manifesto

Happy 4th anniversary to the Chinabot label, who celebrates with this collection of creative sounds from Asian artists across the board.  We’ve been enjoying the work of the label since its inception, with notable attention to Sabiwa and Neo Geodesia.

V/A ~ New Chronologies of Sound

The pandemic has produced all manner of change within the music industry, from an increase in home recording to a dependence on digital formats.  In auditory terms, it has changed the way we hear our world by producing a heightened

V/A ~ New Chronologies of Sound

The pandemic has produced all manner of change within the music industry, from an increase in home recording to a dependence on digital formats.  In auditory terms, it has changed the way we hear our world by producing a heightened

V/A ~ Test Transmission

On the one hand, Pandemic Time is a terrible time to launch a journal.  On the other, people are begging for new content.  So when Blackford Hill announced the inaugural issue of Oscillations, we couldn’t help but be excited.  After all,

V/A ~ Test Transmission

On the one hand, Pandemic Time is a terrible time to launch a journal.  On the other, people are begging for new content.  So when Blackford Hill announced the inaugural issue of Oscillations, we couldn’t help but be excited.  After all,

Drifts and Flurries ~ A Second Language Collectanea

Few pairings are as exquisite as winter music and snow; Drifts & Flurries provides one in hope of the other.  Distinctly British in tone, this set begs to be accompanied by a good book; we recommend The Wrong Kind of Snow (Penn

Drifts and Flurries ~ A Second Language Collectanea

Few pairings are as exquisite as winter music and snow; Drifts & Flurries provides one in hope of the other.  Distinctly British in tone, this set begs to be accompanied by a good book; we recommend The Wrong Kind of Snow (Penn

V/A ~ Summer Single Series

Summer is drawing to a close.  We can feel it in the air, and see it in the forecast as temperatures continue to drop and the sun sets earlier each day.  Australia, we’re jealous.  Over the course of the summer, Moderna

V/A ~ Summer Single Series

Summer is drawing to a close.  We can feel it in the air, and see it in the forecast as temperatures continue to drop and the sun sets earlier each day.  Australia, we’re jealous.  Over the course of the summer, Moderna

V/A ~ Relatives Schoensein

Street art meets sound art on this vibrant compilation, a global endeavor involving over 40 artists and nearly five hours of music.  Relatives Schoensein also reminds us of the value of the physical format, as the 92-page book that accompanies the

V/A ~ Relatives Schoensein

Street art meets sound art on this vibrant compilation, a global endeavor involving over 40 artists and nearly five hours of music.  Relatives Schoensein also reminds us of the value of the physical format, as the 92-page book that accompanies the

V/A ~ Anthology of Post Industrial Music From Balkan Region

Unexplained Sounds’ wonderful world exploration continues with a visit to the Balkan region.  The series is now up to either six or seven, depending on whether one counts Visions of Darkness, which is lacking the “Anthology” tag but was part of the first

V/A ~ Anthology of Post Industrial Music From Balkan Region

Unexplained Sounds’ wonderful world exploration continues with a visit to the Balkan region.  The series is now up to either six or seven, depending on whether one counts Visions of Darkness, which is lacking the “Anthology” tag but was part of the first