Posts tagged with "Samantha Glass"

Video Premiere: Samantha Glass – “Hidden Arrangements”

August 18, 2016

Video Premiere: Samantha Glass – “Hidden Arrangements” For how obscured and sullen his persona(s) may get, Beau Devereaux manages to make some of the most moving and melodically complex music being released today. The Madison, WI-based musician has mostly worked under a number of aliases (including Roan Linden, Victor Portsmouth, Anvil Dome) and curates... 

Week in Review #61

March 28, 2015

Week in Review #61 #1 – 3.23.2015 – J&C Tapes’ sister imprint PLASTIK TONEZ dropped another blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cassette in it’s confounding discography. This edition finds Justin Wiggan (Roadside Picnic) sourcing Kate Bush’s Hounds of Love LP as inspiration, but why explain... 

Week in Review #31

August 9, 2014

Week in Review #31 Plenty to catch up on this week, including news that French experimental producer High Wolf would be reissuing his Straight Cassette recordings, a “weird hip-hop” outing under his Black Zone Myth Chant moniker; an incredibly fun plod through acidic insanity. It’s been available digitally... 

Video Premiere: Samantha Glass – “A Traveler’s Price”

August 8, 2014

Video Premiere: Samantha Glass – “A Traveler’s Price” After the astonishing collab tape Dorval & Devereaux, Samantha Glass is back at it with Surface Water Perception, out now via Sacred Phrases. The above video, for opener “A Traveler’s Price,” combines surreal imagery with hypnotic, empty landscapes (likely culled from the natural... 

Dorval & Devereaux – S/T

April 24, 2014

Dorval & Devereaux – S/T On their own, Crystal Dorval and Beau Devereaux craft hypnotic, noisy, and off-beat pop under the guises White Poppy and Samantha Glass. For their debut collaboration, released via Moon Glyph, the two starting working together back in 2012, with Crystal in Vancouver, B.C., and Beau in Madison, WI. The... 

Week in Review #14

April 12, 2014

Week in Review #14 We’ve mentioned our excitement for David Grubbs’ new book ‘Records Ruin the Landscape,’ and the ongoing fallout from it just makes me even more eager to read his exploration of how records effect an audience’s expectations of performance. I read the blurbs and pre-release...