Posts Tagged: William Ryan Fritch

William Ryan Fritch ~ Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World

Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World is not only a great new film score from William Ryan Fritch, but the first installment of a brand new subscription series from Lost Tribe Sound.  The film bemoans the decline of a

William Ryan Fritch ~ Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World

Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World is not only a great new film score from William Ryan Fritch, but the first installment of a brand new subscription series from Lost Tribe Sound.  The film bemoans the decline of a

ACL 2016: The Year’s Best Packaging

Next week we’ll look at the year’s best cover art; in this article, we consider overall packaging.  In an era when many consider the physical format to be extinct, these artists and labels say otherwise.  A couple can still be

ACL 2016: The Year’s Best Packaging

Next week we’ll look at the year’s best cover art; in this article, we consider overall packaging.  In an era when many consider the physical format to be extinct, these artists and labels say otherwise.  A couple can still be

William Ryan Fritch ~ Ill Tides

The second entry in Lost Tribe Sounds’ new Dead West Series comes from the label’s most well-known artist.  Ill Tides is a return to the purely instrumental for William Ryan Fritch, and we couldn’t be happier.  Fritch is one of a small

William Ryan Fritch ~ Ill Tides

The second entry in Lost Tribe Sounds’ new Dead West Series comes from the label’s most well-known artist.  Ill Tides is a return to the purely instrumental for William Ryan Fritch, and we couldn’t be happier.  Fritch is one of a small

William Ryan Fritch ~ New Words for Old Wounds/Clean War

With New Words for Old Wounds (and bonus EP Clean War), William Ryan Fritch‘s massive eleven album subscription series finally comes to an end.  We’re sad, but not too sad, because we know that the artist will continue to record and release a generous amount of

William Ryan Fritch ~ New Words for Old Wounds/Clean War

With New Words for Old Wounds (and bonus EP Clean War), William Ryan Fritch‘s massive eleven album subscription series finally comes to an end.  We’re sad, but not too sad, because we know that the artist will continue to record and release a generous amount of

glacis ~ love, if you love me, lie beside me now

Happy Piano Day!  And what better way to celebrate than with a new piano EP?  This tiny treasure comes courtesy of Euan Alexander Millar-McMeeken (glacis), and it’s his fourth in a row.  For 22 1/2 minutes, the composer weaves a web

glacis ~ love, if you love me, lie beside me now

Happy Piano Day!  And what better way to celebrate than with a new piano EP?  This tiny treasure comes courtesy of Euan Alexander Millar-McMeeken (glacis), and it’s his fourth in a row.  For 22 1/2 minutes, the composer weaves a web

Rich’s Picks: Best Film Scores

The film industry honors scores based on their use in movies.  But our angle is different; we’re more interested in how scores work as albums.  This means our preferences are a bit different from others.  After a lot of viewing,

Rich’s Picks: Best Film Scores

The film industry honors scores based on their use in movies.  But our angle is different; we’re more interested in how scores work as albums.  This means our preferences are a bit different from others.  After a lot of viewing,

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Album Covers

Album art can draw listeners to music, or push them away.  The best album art enhances the overall presentation, while the worst detracts from it.  In some cases, we’ve reviewed albums because of the art, while in others we’ve declined.

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Album Covers

Album art can draw listeners to music, or push them away.  The best album art enhances the overall presentation, while the worst detracts from it.  In some cases, we’ve reviewed albums because of the art, while in others we’ve declined.