At this point in time supporting artists is important. With what is going on in the world including lock down, isolating and in some places institutions like the post office closing their doors, music is one of the things can provide an escape from ‘the real world’. So, I have done this post, the … Continue reading A Collection of Artists Pt1.
Quite a diverse collection of releases in this review, from the more experimental electronics of Arovane through to the consistently enjoyable piano works of Bruno Sanfilippo and the wider ambient aspects of Alaskan Tapes. The thing that brings them together is the common release times of March 24 to 26 and the fact that all … Continue reading Arovane / Bruno Sanfilippo / Alaskan Tapes.
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.
One release that has been sitting in the never-ending queue was this one by Chicagoan musician Adam London. When I first heard it (on random), my initial thought was "Who is this?" as it stopped me in my step such was the mesmerizing effect of the music. Interestingly enough it features both art, musical and … Continue reading bedroom – The Inner Pattern.
Canadian musician Alaskan Tapes aka Brady Kendall has been quietly creating his own pocket in the underground Ambient/Drone/Modern Classical field with his latest self released album "You Were Always An Island" on white vinyl , in a limited edition of one hundred copies (with a deluxe CD version via Fluid Audio) released on July 19. … Continue reading Alaskan Tapes – You Were Always An Island.
I have to admit being unaware of Brady Kendall aka Alaskan Tapes. For whatever reason his name has not come across my radar. Over the years he has released a series of singles and three self released vinyl lps, the latest being "In Distance We're Losing" which came out on August 10 in an edition … Continue reading Alaskan Tapes – In Distance We’re Losing.