Posts tagged with "Panabrite"

Panabrite – ‘Transfer’

July 18, 2016

Panabrite – ‘Transfer’ Though Deep Distance acknowledges that it’s been two years since Panabrite’s Transfer was assigned a catalogue number, they posit via Bandcamp that the end product makes up for the lengthy term in limbo: “to say the wait was worthwhile is understated here, this is an incredible set.”... 

Week in Review #93

November 7, 2015

Week in Review #93 If you run into our blogs editor Bobby Power, congratulate him on a new job and impending move to from Denver to North Carolina — a good deal closer to our little Appalachian circuit. Hopefully we’ll have him back in the review shortly. In slightly older news, I wanted to open this week’s... 

Substrata 1.5 in Photos

July 28, 2015

Substrata 1.5 in Photos In 2011, a time when the term “summer festival” had already come to connote the massive, multi-stage, corporate-sponsored events which have since become the norm, Rafael Anton Irisarri envisioned Substrata — a different kind of model for showcasing live music. The first edition of Substrata... 

Hakobune / Oliwa / Former Selves / Panabrite – Oceanic Triangulation

September 10, 2014

Hakobune / Oliwa / Former Selves / Panabrite – Oceanic Triangulation This immense collection of ambient meandering not only spans two cassettes, but also the Pacific Ocean. The unlikely troika of both American continents and Asia are represented by the four artists who grace the bifold magnetic spools, the music of which spills out into blissful pools of gleaming wonder.... 

Side-by-Side: Bathetic’s ‘Dynasty at Ghost Town’

August 12, 2014

Side-by-Side: Bathetic’s ‘Dynasty at Ghost Town’ Asheville’s Bathetic label has always had an ambitious heart, serving as both a breeding ground for forever forlorn and experimental folk (Angel Olsen, Scott Tuma, Padang Food Tigers), doomed guitar-based haunts (High Aura’d, Kwaidan), demented bedroom “pop” (Cough Cool, Lee... 

Magnetic Adventures: Out to Lunch with Constellation Tatsu

September 27, 2013

Magnetic Adventures: Out to Lunch with Constellation Tatsu Constellation Tatsu is an Oakland-based cassette label whose varied releases in a prolific catalog share one thing in common: adventure. San Luis Obispo transplant Steven Ramsey churns out his releases in batches, and on the digital copies of these analog gems, the genre tag “Adventurous” is a testament... 

Live Report: Panabrite, Midday Veil and Master Musicians of Bukkake @ Chop Suey (7/18/13)

July 24, 2013

Live Report: Panabrite, Midday Veil and Master Musicians of Bukkake @ Chop Suey (7/18/13) The small bar/show space at Seattle’s Chop Suey played host to a trio of local artists, two of which were celebrating the release of their respective records. An eclectic lineup on paper, Midday Veil, Master Musicians of Bukkake, and Panabrite offered their own unique blends of experimental, ambient,...