Posts Tagged: Village Green

Max de Wardener ~ Kolmar

The music of Max de Wardener is impossible to pin down, as he gallops between instruments and styles.  This makes Kolmar an intriguing listen, with enough ideas for two releases; and it could be argued that it should be two, as the differences are so delineated.

Max de Wardener ~ Kolmar

The music of Max de Wardener is impossible to pin down, as he gallops between instruments and styles.  This makes Kolmar an intriguing listen, with enough ideas for two releases; and it could be argued that it should be two, as the differences are so delineated.

Thomas William Hill ~ Grains of Space

Thomas William Hill won our hearts with his 2017 release Asylum for Eve.  His new album extends the romance.  By continuing to incorporate non-standard instruments (such as kalimba, Tibetan singing bowl, and metallophone), the artist deepens the route he established with Origamibiro,

Thomas William Hill ~ Grains of Space

Thomas William Hill won our hearts with his 2017 release Asylum for Eve.  His new album extends the romance.  By continuing to incorporate non-standard instruments (such as kalimba, Tibetan singing bowl, and metallophone), the artist deepens the route he established with Origamibiro,

Ben Chatwin ~ Altered Signals

One of the great experiments of the past few years continues as Ben Chatwin pours his music into yet another container.  The process began with Staccato Signals in 2018, as the artist invited a string quartet to participate in the compositional process.  After a

Ben Chatwin ~ Altered Signals

One of the great experiments of the past few years continues as Ben Chatwin pours his music into yet another container.  The process began with Staccato Signals in 2018, as the artist invited a string quartet to participate in the compositional process.  After a

Snow Palms ~ Everything Ascending

Here’s a fun one, as Snow Palms returns with a new lineup and a new sound.  At first, Snow Palms was a solo venture for mallet instrumentalist David Sheppard with friends; Origin and Echo made a big impact when it was released in

Snow Palms ~ Everything Ascending

Here’s a fun one, as Snow Palms returns with a new lineup and a new sound.  At first, Snow Palms was a solo venture for mallet instrumentalist David Sheppard with friends; Origin and Echo made a big impact when it was released in

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Modern Composition

When averaged, the Modern Composition category included not the most submissions, but the best.  We wish we could make this a list of 20, but then we’d have to double every list, and not every category features this many excellent releases in a given year.

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Modern Composition

When averaged, the Modern Composition category included not the most submissions, but the best.  We wish we could make this a list of 20, but then we’d have to double every list, and not every category features this many excellent releases in a given year.

Ben Chatwin ~ Drone Signals

Drone Signals is a companion piece to the exquisite album Staccato Signals, released earlier this summer.  One might call it an alternative take, a reimagining, a broadcast from Earth-2.  Just don’t call it a remix disc. Technically one would be right, but

Ben Chatwin ~ Drone Signals

Drone Signals is a companion piece to the exquisite album Staccato Signals, released earlier this summer.  One might call it an alternative take, a reimagining, a broadcast from Earth-2.  Just don’t call it a remix disc. Technically one would be right, but

Ben Chatwin ~ Staccato Signals

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the new Talvihorros.  With his third album under his own name, Ben Chatwin has finally pushed his sound so far that he’s established a new identity.  Staccato Signals sounds like three cars crashing, each from a different genre.  But

Ben Chatwin ~ Staccato Signals

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the new Talvihorros.  With his third album under his own name, Ben Chatwin has finally pushed his sound so far that he’s established a new identity.  Staccato Signals sounds like three cars crashing, each from a different genre.  But