Author: Dylan Davies

Kristine Leschper excites out the gate with the woodwind intro to This Animation from her 2022 album The Opening, or Closing, of a Door, revealing what would be an interesting take on the pop genre by way of The Moody Blues. Leschper’s debut album deals with themes of memory and change. Lyrics often take the […]

King of ambient, Brian Eno’s, newest album, FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE, shows the pioneer bringing an elevated sense of personal collection to his tried and tested formula of slow melodies and worldly beats. According to a promotional packet, the album concerns his feelings on climate change and the modern world. The album features rare vocals from Eno, not […]

Raum is Tangerine Dream’s 86th album in 52 years, but the German electronic pioneers are not showing any signs of exhaustion. This could be due the band’s Theseus-ian nature, still ongoing with no current original members, since founder Edgar Froese’s death in 2015. The oldest current member joined the band in 2005. The band made […]

On Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ original score to Luca Guadagnino’s cannibal romance Bones and All, the Nine Inch Nails frontmen provide creepy, moving, powerful, fuzzy and surprisingly acoustic accompaniment to an otherwise overwrought film. My own personal misgivings about the movie aside (great gowns, beautiful gowns), Reznor and Ross’ score stands on its own […]

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