Posts tagged with "Light in the Attic"

Sugai Ken – ‘Goto no Yoniwa’

May 10, 2016

Sugai Ken – ‘Goto no Yoniwa’ Sugai Ken is a Kanagawa-based experimental producer obsessed with the Japanese “nightscape,” as Amsterdam-based label Lullabies For Insomniacs puts it describing his latest proper full length, On the Quakefish, out early last March. In a nutshell, his music is somnambulent, sleepy to... 

Week in Review #86

September 19, 2015

Week in Review #86 “Since the last podcast, things have changed over dramatically from Summer to Autumn here in Minnesota with some refreshingly cool and absolutely beautiful days of late. It’s my favorite time of year, so I welcome the change. It has also been refreshing spending the last couple of weeks assembling... 

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... 

Dwight’s 2014: Last Year, What Year? Just Say Hello

January 30, 2015

Dwight’s 2014: Last Year, What Year? Just Say Hello As I wrote in the introduction to yesterday’s label feature, 2014 looked like a good year for labels — we admittedly see and try to treat with a large number, but isn’t that any aspiring capitalist’s ideal vision of shopping? A world of choice, with access to varied experiences.... 

Week in Review #51

January 10, 2015

Week in Review #51 Happy New Year and all that; welcome to our first Week in Review in 2015. Coming off our longest break of the year, it’s also sure to be our least comprehensive… for every day we missed while staring raptly at our respective present piles, there was surely an incredible new tape or record... 

Week in Review #7

February 22, 2014

Week in Review #7 The ceasing of operations by one of the finest imprints astride the emergent vaporwave phenomenon, Fortune 500, dominated my screens this week while I work to better digest their large and consistently satisfying Bandcamp catalog. For me though and probably for many of our readers, the at least temporary...