Posts Tagged: Valotihkuu

Valotihkuu ~ By the River

Last summer we covered Valotihkuu‘s Fragile Melodies, an album so lovely it sent us back to discover all of the earlier works by the Russian composer.  A month after the review, he released another album, and since then he’s released a few

Valotihkuu ~ By the River

Last summer we covered Valotihkuu‘s Fragile Melodies, an album so lovely it sent us back to discover all of the earlier works by the Russian composer.  A month after the review, he released another album, and since then he’s released a few

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

Valotihkuu ~ Fragile Melodies

The new summer-themed album from Cherepovets musician Valotihkuu is so endearing that it sent us in search of his earlier works.  Whitelabrecs writes that it signed the Russian artist after falling in love with last year’s Spring And All.  When we looked up

Valotihkuu ~ Fragile Melodies

The new summer-themed album from Cherepovets musician Valotihkuu is so endearing that it sent us in search of his earlier works.  Whitelabrecs writes that it signed the Russian artist after falling in love with last year’s Spring And All.  When we looked up

Ten Tracks That Sound Like Summer

When does summer start?  On the Irish calendar, the season began on May 1; Australians must wait until December 1.  For Americans, the unofficial launch is Memorial Day; for meteorologists, June 1.  The official Northern Hemisphere date is June 20.

Ten Tracks That Sound Like Summer

When does summer start?  On the Irish calendar, the season began on May 1; Australians must wait until December 1.  For Americans, the unofficial launch is Memorial Day; for meteorologists, June 1.  The official Northern Hemisphere date is June 20.