Posts Tagged: Winter

Justin Small ~ Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring

Congratulations to Justin Small of Do Make Say Think, who set out last year on an ambitious project: to record and release a new track each week for a year.  Now that the project is complete, we’ve asked the artist to look

Justin Small ~ Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring

Congratulations to Justin Small of Do Make Say Think, who set out last year on an ambitious project: to record and release a new track each week for a year.  Now that the project is complete, we’ve asked the artist to look

Eilean Records ~ Winter/Spring 2015

France’s Eilean Records‘ release schedule has kept us busy in 2015, offering albums alligned with the corresponding season. And more records are coming as we write! Phew. We’ve heard some high quality limited releases in the first third of the year

Eilean Records ~ Winter/Spring 2015

France’s Eilean Records‘ release schedule has kept us busy in 2015, offering albums alligned with the corresponding season. And more records are coming as we write! Phew. We’ve heard some high quality limited releases in the first third of the year

Monochromie ~ Winter

The discography of French composer Wilson Trouvé (Monochromie) is comprised of lush releases that incorporate elements of ambience, drone, electronics and post-rock; his last album was given the deluxe treatment by Time Released Sound.  And so it’s ironic that his best

Monochromie ~ Winter

The discography of French composer Wilson Trouvé (Monochromie) is comprised of lush releases that incorporate elements of ambience, drone, electronics and post-rock; his last album was given the deluxe treatment by Time Released Sound.  And so it’s ironic that his best

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Winter Music

As the leaves land, as the frost forms, and as the first flakes begin to fall, we set our minds to winter.  Some will experience the stalwart winter of Wallace Stevens, and others the cold, claustrophobic winter of Sylvia Plath.

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Winter Music

As the leaves land, as the frost forms, and as the first flakes begin to fall, we set our minds to winter.  Some will experience the stalwart winter of Wallace Stevens, and others the cold, claustrophobic winter of Sylvia Plath.