All posts by Gregory P. Healey

Gregory P. Healey is a writer from the United Kingdom who has been a regular and longstanding contributor to Redefine Magazine. A supporter of indie music he has, in recent years, been a DJ on Dandelion Radio and has contributed to reviews to Phlow, the Net Audio Bible, and the New London Review. He also makes music under the name HealeyIsland and is a custodian of the fictitious Miroslav Moesche Sound Archive Trust.
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Dawn of Midi – Dysnomia Album Review (w/ Track-By-Track of Astronomical & Mythological Implications)

When the American trio Dawn of Midi released their accomplished 2010 debut album, First, the world had gained another practitioner of minimalist free jazz. Two years in the making, and at a reported cost of thirty thousand dollars, Dysnomia is the follow-up to that promising debut, and builds masterfully on First, delivering an exciting blend...
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F.S. Blumm – Food Album Review

F.S. BLUMM Food Audio Dregs (2013) After a break of five years, Frank Schültge Blumm, aka F.S. BLUMM, the Bremen-born, Berlin-based composer and musician, has released his first solo album, Food. Out on Audio Dregs, a record label and music collective out of Portland Oregon, this release is by an artist who, we are told,...Read...
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Miguel Baptista Benedict – Super(b)-Child-Ran Album Review

Miguel Baptista Benedict Super(b)-Child-Ran Alpha Pup Records (Brainfeeder), 2013 Often, when an album arrives pre-labelled with the epithet “outsider music”, one has to brace oneself for what might be an incoherent and self-indulgent cacophony. Mercifully, this is not the case with this collection of tracks tracing the musical evolution of Miguel Baptista Benedict. Summarizing and...Read...
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Ja Prawn – Everybody Album Review

Everybody, the debut release from Ja Prawn on vosotros, combines disturbingly authentic renditions of late ’70s and early ’80s movie sci-fi soundtracks, classic synth sounds, and lo-fi bent oddities, in a mischievously playful EP.   Much of this album is sequencer and arpeggio-led, with overlays of pleasing monophonic synth lines held together by occasionally gritty,...Read...
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