Posts tagged with "Baro Records"

Evolve In That Setting: An Interview with Colin Blanton, Ant’lrd

September 21, 2017

Evolve In That Setting: An Interview with Colin Blanton, Ant’lrd As Ant’lrd, Colin Blanton records dreamy experimental music that’s surprisingly hard to pin down. Blurring the boundaries between otherworldly ambient, minimalistic drone, wide-eyed sound collages, and just about everything in between, each new work issued by Blanton uncovers yet another facet of... 

I Still Have No Idea What to Put Here: Dwight’s 2015

January 8, 2016

I Still Have No Idea What to Put Here: Dwight’s 2015 In a year filled with over-hyped rhetoric, it feels a little surreal to try and parcel up my take on the experience. Honestly though, I may have felt similarly last year, if the title of my year end posts signals anything. America’s long-winded election is in full-swing… a year+ long leer... 

Week in Review #96

November 26, 2015

Week in Review #96 This week we’re leading with the latest cool burn from Chicago’s BARO Records, a truly slipstream vaporwave double-feature courtesy of two foundational projects; Hong Kong Express and t e l e p a t h テレパシー能力者,  titled Gateway アセンション, and released just under our... 

Week in Review #85

September 12, 2015

Week in Review #85 #1 – 9.8.2015 – Chondritic Sound unveiled half a dozen new tapes, a batch orchestrated to couch their magnificent 300th release, a label compilation sporting “18 artists reflecting the past, present and future of the label,” titled All the Little Devils Are Proud of Hell. The... 

Week in Review #78

July 25, 2015

Week in Review #78 #1 – 7.18.2015 – A slightly out of date item from late last week, neglected because the 18th was my birthday (and the date of a show my wife’s band was playing, sans their usual lead singer [in fact, mostly sans vocals], for the first time) — but if you found that tidbit absolutely... 

Stream: Drawing Trees & Ant’lrd – ‘Balance Breakfast’

July 2, 2015

Stream: Drawing Trees & Ant’lrd – ‘Balance Breakfast’ Although skipped by many, breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day. Whether alone and on the small side with a bit of toast and coffee or in a party in a cozy and crowded brunch spot, that first meal brings its own set of themes and vibes that lunch, supper, and dinner can’t quite... 

Week in Review #65

April 25, 2015

Week in Review #65 Though the official announcement is now nearly a week out of date, I can’t help but direct attention to Baro Records’ wonderful cassette reissue of Julian Lynch’s 2009 Orange You Glad LP for Olde English Spelling Bee. When I bought that record, shortly before escaping my fiendish...