miércoles, 30 de agosto de 2017
domingo, 27 de agosto de 2017
Vibracathedral Orchestra. So-Called Texture (self released, 2017)
Instant compositions by Julian Bradley, Neil Campbell, Adam Davenport, Michael Flower and John Godbert.
Recorded in Manchester on 16 October 2016, live to two-track with no edits.
Thank you Laura Robinson, Matthew Boycott-Garnett and all at ACPF
miércoles, 23 de agosto de 2017
Bardo Pond Presents: Sublimation (three lobed recordings, 2006)
Presentando los proyectos alternos de la banda: Dechemis, 500mg y Takeda.
"Both Bardo Pond and Three Lobed Recordings wanted to do something special to commemorate the sixth Terrastock Festival in 2006. After some thought, we decided to display the band's various talents and "sublimation" is the result. This disc features brand new material from Bardo Pond (the seventeen minute long "dual states"), 500mg (the sixteen minute "descent"), Clint Takeda (twenty solid minutes of "hope street") and Dechemia (John Gibbons and Isobel Sollenberger offering the four minute "velum"). yep, right at an hour's worth of new Bardo (and related) goodness." TLR
domingo, 13 de agosto de 2017
Mark Korven. The Witch OST (milan, 2016)
"One of the most haunting and mesmerizing scores in recent memory. It dispenses with both classic orchestration and the retro-revival minimalist synth pulses that the reissue vinyl market is clamoring for."
viernes, 11 de agosto de 2017
VA. Gold Leaf Branches (digitalis, 2005)
Six Organs of Admittance, Hala Strana, Charalambides, The North Sea, Lau Nau......
Take 557! Disc 1
Take 558! Disc 2
Take 559! Disc 3
miércoles, 9 de agosto de 2017
Wyrdstone. Cuffern (reverb worship, 2009)
"'Cuffern' is a thing of wonder and beauty indeed, an accomplished and bewitching instrumental guitar opus that recalled such luminaries as Jansch, Martyn and Fahey" Grey Malkin
lunes, 7 de agosto de 2017
Caldera Lakes. Can't See the Forest for The Trees (blackest rainbow, 2008)
"Probably the best album I heard on my trip today, no album adorns the urban decay of Newark like these screams and blasts of noise. There are several abandoned buildings along the water, and the train, which is mostly silent, traces them quite slowly. It is quite strange to think about these enormous, once beautiful (perhaps still) buildings on the first day people entered them. Most are build brick by brick, and most of the damage has been done to the windows and with spraypaint. I’m sure most of what is left is the brick, although that will go someday. Obviously people think of big storms, earthquakes and the like as the big things with weather, yet it is countless little shifts and forces that destroy mans simple projects. This record, this morning, gave aural illustration to these forces, a way to put into context how young and fragile these towering piles of bricks are. If you have a chance, drive through Newark, St. Louis, and so on. Think about every little brick being stacked by a person, and the lifespan of it if left to the elements. Somehow, this album made me ponderous, and that puts it above most everything else I’ve listened to this week." Blackest Rainbow
Brittany Gould & Eva AGuila