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Aaron Martin – Worried About The Fire Album Review

Upon first listening to Worried About The Fire, you might — like the music itself — be wordless. “Disquieting,” “disconcerting,” and “disturbing” are just some suggestions with which to describe the album. The darkness of these adjectives, however, is much to the credit of Worried About The Fire, Aaron Martin’s fourth full-length solo album. Although...Read...
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The Knife, Planningtorock, Mt. Sims – Charles Darwin Opera Preview Video {?!)

Oh, nothing much to see here, just some video about The Knife, Planningtorock, and Mt. Sims talking about participating in a Charles Darwin Opera. Wait, what?? Here’s a brief synopsis: “A challenging 90-minute epic based on Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, the opera merges found Amazonian sounds, electronic atmospherics and swirling vocals from Danish...Read...
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Balmorhea – Constellations Album Review

As Constellations is a concept record about “the cosmos and beyond,” the route that Balmorhea has taken to realizing this concept is simply remarkable. Digital music-making equipment has defined the realm of all things cosmic in a way that is now somewhat predictable; it seems that space is musically textured by long, drawn-out electronic ambience....Read...
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Eluvium – Similes Album Review

Eluvium, aka Matthew Cooper, makes beautiful music. There is no denying that fact. His interesting mix of electronic ambient tones combined with lush piano paints a great picture. However, as someone who probably doesn’t appreciate the piano as much as I should, I’ve always found previous Eluvium albums to be a bit tiresome and boring....Read...
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