Posts Tagged: Wist Records

Loscil ~ City Hospital

Loscil‘s City Hospital is a work of multiple layers that take time to exhume.  Wist Records’ jackdaw reissue has made the EP even more mysterious, which works to its advantage.  As each layer is peeled back, the listener gains a new perspective.

Loscil ~ City Hospital

Loscil‘s City Hospital is a work of multiple layers that take time to exhume.  Wist Records’ jackdaw reissue has made the EP even more mysterious, which works to its advantage.  As each layer is peeled back, the listener gains a new perspective.

Pleq / Lüüp ~ The Redemption Bells

One folk inspired artist with an ear for the pastoral and the generally uplifting meets another who has made all things dark and dreary his own; a collaboration that could either work fantastically well or fall completely flat. In case

Pleq / Lüüp ~ The Redemption Bells

One folk inspired artist with an ear for the pastoral and the generally uplifting meets another who has made all things dark and dreary his own; a collaboration that could either work fantastically well or fall completely flat. In case

Marihiko Hara & Hideki Umezawa ~ Jigokuhen

“Suddenly one day, for whatever reason, His Lordship summoned Yoshihide and ordered him to paint a folding screen portraying scenes from the eight Buddhist hells.”  This is not a good idea. There are many brands of horror, but one that

Marihiko Hara & Hideki Umezawa ~ Jigokuhen

“Suddenly one day, for whatever reason, His Lordship summoned Yoshihide and ordered him to paint a folding screen portraying scenes from the eight Buddhist hells.”  This is not a good idea. There are many brands of horror, but one that

David Newlyn ~ The Misspelled Numbers EP

Vastly different from David Newlyn‘s Deterioration, reviewed here earlier this year, The Misspelled Numbers EP walks listeners into the autumn with “pastoral hums, voices in the rafters and other educational oddities”. Although it refers to school, the EP doesn’t sound like school; at least

David Newlyn ~ The Misspelled Numbers EP

Vastly different from David Newlyn‘s Deterioration, reviewed here earlier this year, The Misspelled Numbers EP walks listeners into the autumn with “pastoral hums, voices in the rafters and other educational oddities”. Although it refers to school, the EP doesn’t sound like school; at least

Danny Norbury ~ Bluebeard

Once upon a time, French author Charles Perrault put pen to paper and created his much admired, spellbinding series of fairy tales. Courtesy of Wist Records comes the latest installment of ‘The Book Report’ series, one that has engraved a

Danny Norbury ~ Bluebeard

Once upon a time, French author Charles Perrault put pen to paper and created his much admired, spellbinding series of fairy tales. Courtesy of Wist Records comes the latest installment of ‘The Book Report’ series, one that has engraved a

Being ~ Folkestone Lighthouse

The Folkestone Lighthouse EP is one of the best releases of the year.  We don’t say such things often, or lightly, because tastes differ; but this one crosses genres and is much more than a simple release.  We’re fortunate to be able

Being ~ Folkestone Lighthouse

The Folkestone Lighthouse EP is one of the best releases of the year.  We don’t say such things often, or lightly, because tastes differ; but this one crosses genres and is much more than a simple release.  We’re fortunate to be able

The Humble Bee ~ The Royal Game

With all the talk of Kindles and other digital reading devices, one might glean the impression that the literary field is making a comeback.  Sadly, this is not the case; the average American still reads only one book a year,

The Humble Bee ~ The Royal Game

With all the talk of Kindles and other digital reading devices, one might glean the impression that the literary field is making a comeback.  Sadly, this is not the case; the average American still reads only one book a year,