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(record review)GILMAN MOM-Revisionist History

Gilman Mom is a project from Berkeley, California that recently released the new record called Revisionist History. I listened to the record and reviewed it for this zine. 139 more words


Llarks ~ Like A Daydream

Like A Daydream is an ode to happiness.

It’s an elixir of life, in which the tired and the hurt take refuge. For centuries, this much-wanted state has eluded many. 444 more words


Mind Melters // By Brian

In this playlist: For when your skull is a rind, and you zest it, vigorously, into your own brain. You are lost on the subway, everyone is looking at you and everyone knows. 9 more words


Sound Impression: ex by kj [Dronarivm]

In a few short years, New York based musician, producer, and filmmaker KJ Rothweiler has solidly established himself among the serious purveyors of compostional ambient music with a string of captivating albums including the brand new… 157 more words


Mikael Lind – Strings and Clusters

This new recording from Reykjavik’s Mikael Lind is exactly what its title suggests.

“I wrote lots of phrases for violin, viola and cello,” he explains in the album’s notes, “and had them recorded in such a way that they became building blocks for something larger. 173 more words


Album of the Day: Oliver Coates, “Shelley’s on Zenn-La”

Oliver Coates, a London-based cellist best known for his collaborations with Radiohead and composer Mica Levi, seems to be influenced by his immediate surroundings. The artwork for his 2013 debut full-length, 203 more words

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