Posts tagged with "Sparkling Wide Pressure"

Week in Review #111

March 26, 2016

Week in Review #111 FFFoxy Podcast #75 “I was pleased to have Shawn Reed of Night People Records join me once again on the podcast show for this week. I did a feature on Night People with Shawn back in February of 2011 when I was just getting the podcast up and running. At that time Shawn was living in Iowa City... 

Life Unboxed: Bryon’s 2015

January 19, 2016

Life Unboxed: Bryon’s 2015 This time around, looking back at the past year is interesting, to say the least. Challenges and successes were bountiful, many significant spirits — important both to me and to the cultural landscape — departed for places not of this Earth, and there seemed to be equal amounts of growth... 

Week in Review #77

July 18, 2015

Week in Review #77 “Had to sweat it out a bit in the sauna-like studio to bring you this episode of the podcast. It felt sort of cleansing though to work through these conditions in order to share a large batch of amazing music that has been occupying every spare minute and every playback device I’ve had access... 

Video: Sparkling Wide Pressure – “Return to the Window”

April 21, 2015

Video: Sparkling Wide Pressure – “Return to the Window” Here we stand at the pinnacle of two institutions of lush, artful lo-fi, and things couldn’t be better. For No Kings Record Cadre, the cassette powerhouse founded by Lee Noble and Stephen Molyneux in Nashville but currently based in LA, Sparkling Wide Pressure’s Clouds and Stairs christens... 

Sparkling Wide Pressure – Three Shapes

December 15, 2014

Sparkling Wide Pressure – Three Shapes Although the EP’s cover vaguely resembles a nightmarish version of Jackson Pollock painting your living room on Christmas morning, Sparkling Wide Pressure‘s latest offering is a actually positive affair. Released digitally via Heligator, a label whose essence is genuinely philanthropic,... 

Week in Review #49

December 13, 2014

Week in Review #49 We’re starting to break into list season and although Decoder’s 2014 features will run early next year, we kicked things off a bit early this week with Experimedia founder Jeremy Bible’s favorites from the preceding year; check that out here. We also debuted a new column focused on... 

Strange Mountain – Slow Midnight

October 31, 2013

Strange Mountain – Slow Midnight Decoder’s very own Marcel Thee hails from Jakarta, Indonesia and – like many of our writers – is involved in a number of projects. Not only is he a member of the eclectic-sounding Sajama Cut, Thee also records under his own name and crafts otherworldly soundscapes as Strange Mountain. Released... 

Playing Buried Music: An Interview with Lee Noble

June 17, 2013

Playing Buried Music: An Interview with Lee Noble Following a slew of cassette and LP releases on Bathetic Records, Moon Glyph, bumtapes, Sweat Lodge Guru, Deep Tapes, Hands in the Dark, Tape Drift, A Beard of Snails, Existential Cloth, and a floppy disc for Oral Traditions, Lee Noble has certainly built a name within the DIY music scene. Currently...