Posts Tagged: witxes

A Denovali Trio: Poppy Ackroyd, Carlos Cipa, Dale Cooper Quartet & the Dictaphones + Witxes

Three albums in three weeks from Denovali, a very active November!  The new slate includes piano-based albums from Poppy Ackroyd and Carlos Cipa, and a split work from Dale Cooper Quartet & the Dictaphones + Witxes, each reworking the other’s music. Pianist/violinist Poppy Ackroyd is

A Denovali Trio: Poppy Ackroyd, Carlos Cipa, Dale Cooper Quartet & the Dictaphones + Witxes

Three albums in three weeks from Denovali, a very active November!  The new slate includes piano-based albums from Poppy Ackroyd and Carlos Cipa, and a split work from Dale Cooper Quartet & the Dictaphones + Witxes, each reworking the other’s music. Pianist/violinist Poppy Ackroyd is

Witxes ~ A Fabric of Beliefs

It’s not the only way to judge a horror movie, but if my palms aren’t sweaty at some point during the  action, then it’s failed to some extent.  It’s rarely the gory bits that do it, more the slow build-up

Witxes ~ A Fabric of Beliefs

It’s not the only way to judge a horror movie, but if my palms aren’t sweaty at some point during the  action, then it’s failed to some extent.  It’s rarely the gory bits that do it, more the slow build-up

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

Witxes ~ Sorcery/Geography

The hyper-active brushwork, the busily plucked bass strings, the wailing of a saxophone off to one side… the thick and heady/heavy atmosphere created on the opening track suggests that Witxes are another band in thrall to what’s rapidly becoming a

Witxes ~ Sorcery/Geography

The hyper-active brushwork, the busily plucked bass strings, the wailing of a saxophone off to one side… the thick and heady/heavy atmosphere created on the opening track suggests that Witxes are another band in thrall to what’s rapidly becoming a