"Bloodier" is the forthcoming release from Adam Fligsten. Fligsten has been making electronic music for nearly 20 years. Originally coming from a world of sample based, electronic music, Adam made a transition to film and video game scoring in about 2009. Since then, he has been primarily focused on scoring video games. In 2018 he … Continue reading Adam Fligsten – Diagenisis.
I take submissions seriously. When people send me their music, it is more than just songs. It's a culmination of their time, effort, trials, mistakes and successes. The amount sent means that things have a tendency of slipping through. Here is another brief look back to those that have been patiently sitting in the queue. … Continue reading The Catch Up: A Veil in Water / Kirill Mazhai / A Spot On The Hill / Simon Mcorry / Ashlar.
Here is an album I wanted to make sure I got around to covering prior the year closing. Every once in a while you come across an artist that you are vaguely familiar with their history. In Miller's case its his duo worriedaboutsatan and his micro-label This is it Forever, that when you hear something … Continue reading Gavin Miller – Shimmer.
It's been awhile since I last connected with the work of Dominic Deane. The last time was the "Hitherto" 5" lathe on Twice Removed, but since then he self released the "Yukon Youth" CD as Ten as well as appearing on Cathedral Transmissions as part of Trouble The Dark. He also has a discography that … Continue reading Ten – The Fog Bank
By now Brady Kendall aka Alaskan Tapes should be known to people through his self released music (and one co-released through Fluid Audio). He certainly isn't a stranger to these pages with his last two albums being covered. This, has second physical and fifth release overall for 2018, happens to be, consistent with his nom … Continue reading Alaskan Tapes – The Ocean No Longer Wants Us.
Sometimes where an artist ends up can be a fair distance from where they started. An example of this is Christopher Dicker, who has gone from being the vocalist of a Screamo/Metalcore band to solo piano modern classicist. Fellow Australian Brendon John Warner started out in the Post Metal/Post Rock band We Lost The Sea. … Continue reading Brendon John Warner – La Fonte.
"A Quiet Divide" see the return of Rhian Sheehan, the New Zealand native originally from the picturesque area of Nelson, now resident in Wellington. Since 2001 he has been musically active with an ever-increasing international profile as both a solo artist and as a composer for film, television and installations. His music has appeared on … Continue reading Rhian Sheehan – A Quiet Divide.