- Hej, I found your music thanks to the well written review by A Close...r Listen: a home for instrumental and experimental music and thought I could send you the link in case you have not seen it yet. When I read that you work with cello and loop pedal I just had to give 'Psalms for the Sunder' a listen. You remind me of Zoe Keating and early Apocalyptica at times but you have your own unique musical voice, too. I would love to catch you live one day. Keep up the good work!
- Hi Adrian, I just listened to your album and it's really awesome! Le...t me know next time you have a show, I'll be happy to come see it!
Traditional Easter hymn. Recommended by Jesus Christ himself.
Working with the incredibly talented director Olivier Labonté LeMoyne with his upcoming short film (not Le Siege). This guy's work is so thoughtful and well-executed and the new short is bombbbbbbbbbbbbb.
Check out his older short film Le Siege, if you've seen Mommy from Xavier Dolan, it's got that same great actor.
If you want to catch some great Lost Tribe action on the radio. Thanks for the great support from Shimmering Moods Records.
Tonight, Wednesday 5.4.2017, Shimmering Moods @ Resonance Extra 8-10 UK time / 21:00-23:00 EU time
Lots of released and forthcoming e...xlusive music by Theo Alexander ( 1631 Recordings), William Ryan Fritch ( Lost Tribe Sound), Tokyo Bloodworm (Moteer), Elsa Hasselgarde (Shimmering Moods Records), Federico Durand (12k), Tobias Hellkvist ( Flaming Pines), 大塚直 Nao Otsuka feat. Takashi Kokuba (Shimmering Moods Records), The Chi Factory (Astral Industries), Michael Cottone aka The Green Kingdom, Dedekind Cut (Hospital Productions), Post Global Trio (Shimmering Moods Records), Sound Meccano / Jura Laiva (Eilean Rec.), Jonny Nash (Melody As Truth), Hotel Neon (Fluid Audio), Parallelism ( Recycled Plastics), OjeRum (Shimmering Moods Records), James Osland (Shimmering Moods Records), Steven Kemner (Fluid Audio), Alder & Ash (Lost Tribe Sound), Anoice (1631 Recordings), kj (Lost Tribe Sound) and Andrew Tasselmyer (Shimmering Moods Records)
Music for the night. One of the most brilliant, subtle and beautiful piano pieces ever written.
Whether we acknowledge it or not, the art we consume has a huge effect on the art we create. There are many instances on the upcoming Clutched in the Maw of the Void which are inspired by both Burial and Massive Attack.
Sad songs for sad people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o01fUwIX3PA
Dope French podcast featuring some very interesting songs, including one from yours truly.
Highly for me: Quelle Chris - Buddies.
For all my French friends. <3 Go listen to this.
So dope. Utility Fog, you do art a great service with your work.
TONIGHT's show is coming together... Expect a somewhat more ambient affair, where "ambient" can mean floaty electronics, bowed or fingerpicked acoustic guitars,... or menacing sub-bass rumbles. So... not entirely ambient.
The incredible Norberto Lobo has a new track of plangent, drawn out guitar tones on the latest The Wire: Adventures In Modern Music download compilation. 12k's Taylor Deupree has a rare new solo album featuring beautiful electric piano and crunchy field recordings. IDM hero AROVANE has teamed up with Iranian sound artist Porya Hatami for a gorgeous album of quiet, manipulated sounds. And we visit a couple of recent releases on Lost Tribe Sound auguring some brilliant material for this year from Seabuckthorn and Alder & Ash.
The ever-reliable Bristol post-dubstep label Subtext has just dropped the debut(?) from Scottish sound artist Joshua Sabin, turning field recordings of public transit into thunderous bass growls and tremulous drones.
Two wonderful drone/glitch/postrock artists, Jasper TX (Dag Rosenqvist) and Matthew Collings, have just released their second collaboration and it's incredible - glitchy clarinets, more sub-bass growls, processed piano, long builds. I'll also play you something from Dag's excellent solo album that I neglected last year!
Dutch ambient/drone musicians Anne Chris Bakker and Romke Kleefstra team up again with Romke's brother Jan Kleefstra Bros (hope I have the tagging right!) for some very moody guitars and spoken word.
And the wonderful Italian percussionist Andrea Belfi has a new 12" of motorik percussion and electronic drones & blurps.