I love all sorts of Jazz music, and Gustavo Caldas brings us the warmth through the broken lights in his ambient piano jazz mixed with a bit of mysticism.
When you discover the aural vessels of Rui Andrade you might find the beauty in noise you never considered to have any characteristics before.
There’s a magic power play in the sticks. Tony Levin and Markus Reuter playing unique instruments, with Pat Mastelotto on percussion is an experience
I ‘blame’ this release for cementing my love of indie musicians, netlabels, and CC Music. Let’s take a peek inside the electronic feeling machine.
I once again turn to Tunguska EMS and their latest release: Craters: Cheko, which is inspired by the surprise mystery crater in Cheko lake.
With 100′s or 1000′s of netlabels out there, how many labels can you follow? Well, here’s a start with my first 10 netlabels to follow.
This is an episode that starts off with some light music to it. At first it would appear that Afterwhile Gloomy Fame is an inaccurate title, but it is not.
I’ve been given an early Halloween present this year in the form of The Madness That Lurks Within, an audio interpretation of The Russian Sleep Experiment.
Today we have a refreshing surprise summer sorbet swirl of downtempo music, courtesy of Globular and Radioactive Sandwich.
I reviewed Terrorythmus’s single last year: the Adaption Disorder single. Now let’s check out the adaption remixing the disorder.
The secret of the angels is found in energy of the collaboration between Joe Frawley and Rachel Rambach on this release.
This is an inspired vocal improv challenge on Vocalises: electronic compositions interwoven with vocal improvisations in a widely varied sonic excursion.
This week on the show I am reading Genius Loci from Accolon of Gaul (With Other Poems). And of course there’s lots of music – always lots of music.
Who would think to use a ukulele like a harp? Gemini Tri decided to, and it’s a real ear grabber of the reflections in the Gemini Mirror.
A stunning recording. I hadn’t experienced this kind of work since I left college. Let’s look in retro fog with Kevin Krebs to understand his mastery.