Cut A Lonely Figure | In Sea, In Circles, In Concretepan y rosas discos (DL) The simplicity of chorus-effected guitar in the fading-in ripple that commences In Sea, In Circles, In Concrete by Cut A Lonely Figure after several measures is readily joined by a stereo-panning noise loop.  The four note walk-down and pop of […]

Joe Colley | Psychic Stress SoundtracksMisanthropic Agenda (LP/DL) Joe Colley is a superlative composer, yet few refer to his output often enough. One of his “faults” is the use of untrendy instrumentation to delineate the themes of interest: essentially, “activate a consciousness set apart from a rational understanding in a different way from visual or verbal means” as […]

Above please enjoy our latest podcast, and expect another next week, though we will take the following off, and want to wish you all very warm holiday wishes this month! Here is our tracklist for this episode: – night poemAidan Baker/Gareth Davis – NamesNicole Oberle – Nobody KnowsStéphane Garin/Jean-Philippe – Gross Break 1 (Sine […]

At the very top of the month we offered a Autumn kickstarter with a piece outlining some of the more interesting releases expected this time of year. As we close the calendar for November, this is meant to be a short, sweeping follow-up to keep you in tune with some we missed, and five just […]

Carlo Giustini | CustodiLontano/Rohs Records (CS/LP/DL) Trust me, I’m doing you a solid by telling you about this tape. The transgressively sublime signature of Carlo Giustini on Custodi is one for the ages. And while I often write about records I like, this one is that much more special. The warm drone is aided and […]

Tim Walters | Neither Here Nor ThereVauxflores Industrial (CD) Composed “on the bus” the latest from artist/composer Tim Walters, Neither Here Nor There, mastered here by the incredibly talented Thomas Dimuzio. Though this may be conceptually between places, it feels as though it has arrived, even from the very beginning of The Philadelphia Chromosome. Sure, […]

Leo Okagawa | Something VeiledUnfathomless (CD/DL) This is a nice introduction to the world of Japanese sound artist Leo Okagawa with regards to Unfathomless. Something Veiled was recorded mostly within a set of caves around Fukushima, made from limestone. As such it’s got this watery cavernous feel, but given the site one cannot divorce it […]