Posts Tagged: William Ryan Fritch

William Ryan Fritch ~ Revisionist

Revisionist is the final piece of William Ryan Fritch‘s 10-album Leave Me Subscription Series, which we’ve been covering from the start.  From packaging to execution, it’s a perfect finale. Throughout the past year, we’ve been blessed to receive new music from Fritch nearly every

William Ryan Fritch ~ Revisionist

Revisionist is the final piece of William Ryan Fritch‘s 10-album Leave Me Subscription Series, which we’ve been covering from the start.  From packaging to execution, it’s a perfect finale. Throughout the past year, we’ve been blessed to receive new music from Fritch nearly every

William Ryan Fritch ~ Heavy / Empty

Any disappointment at the news that the elaborately packaged Revisionist album has been pushed back to 2015 is tempered by the appearance of two new EPs from William Ryan Fritch.  While they are available separately, they are closely related to each other and also

William Ryan Fritch ~ Heavy / Empty

Any disappointment at the news that the elaborately packaged Revisionist album has been pushed back to 2015 is tempered by the appearance of two new EPs from William Ryan Fritch.  While they are available separately, they are closely related to each other and also

Death Blues ~ Ensemble

We all wear masks.  Some are masks of calm, meant to hide unrest.  Some are forced smiles, meant to disguise resentment.  We put on happy faces for the kids.  We charge forward in battle, pretending to be brave.  We apply

Death Blues ~ Ensemble

We all wear masks.  Some are masks of calm, meant to hide unrest.  Some are forced smiles, meant to disguise resentment.  We put on happy faces for the kids.  We charge forward in battle, pretending to be brave.  We apply

William Ryan Fritch ~ Emptied Animal / Leave Me Like You Found Me

Emptied Animal and Leave Me Like You Found Me are available as separate releases or as part of a Lost Tribe Sound subscription series; we recommend the series, as it offers nine musical works for the cost of three.  This is a very

William Ryan Fritch ~ Emptied Animal / Leave Me Like You Found Me

Emptied Animal and Leave Me Like You Found Me are available as separate releases or as part of a Lost Tribe Sound subscription series; we recommend the series, as it offers nine musical works for the cost of three.  This is a very

Rich’s Picks: Soundtracks

During the movie nomination season, the tight Best Original Score category is of particular interest to A Closer Listen.  Here are five nominees for your Oscar consideration, plus two bonuses: scores released in 2013 for films released in 2012 and 2014.

Rich’s Picks: Soundtracks

During the movie nomination season, the tight Best Original Score category is of particular interest to A Closer Listen.  Here are five nominees for your Oscar consideration, plus two bonuses: scores released in 2013 for films released in 2012 and 2014.

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.

William Ryan Fritch ~ The Waiting Room OST

A great movie can inspire viewers to purchase the soundtrack; but this is the rare case in which a great soundtrack may inspire listeners to see the movie.  This would be a very good thing. The documentary has been nominated

William Ryan Fritch ~ The Waiting Room OST

A great movie can inspire viewers to purchase the soundtrack; but this is the rare case in which a great soundtrack may inspire listeners to see the movie.  This would be a very good thing. The documentary has been nominated

William Ryan Fritch ~ Kaleidoscope

Just when we thought we’d heard all the great music released in 2012, another one comes along.  To be fair, this 31-minute track was released on Christmas Day, serving as a present to fans as well as a celebration of

William Ryan Fritch ~ Kaleidoscope

Just when we thought we’d heard all the great music released in 2012, another one comes along.  To be fair, this 31-minute track was released on Christmas Day, serving as a present to fans as well as a celebration of