Posts tagged with "Stephen Molyneux"

Week in Review #103

January 30, 2016

Week in Review #103 “Greetings and Happy New Year from a very frigid upper Midwest. As I was stumbling into the studio in the dim early morning hours to record this show, the wind chill was hovering in the sub-zero range and slated to drop even further into the negative double digits in the days ahead. So, as we... 

Goldrush Music Fest 2015 in Photos

October 1, 2015

Goldrush Music Fest 2015 in Photos In 2015 Goldrush Music Festival descended on Denver, Colorado for its fifth year. This year, the fest was held September 18-19th, 2015 at the historic Savoy at Curtis Park, a Victorian structure built in 1887, almost 30 years after the Colorado Gold Rush and only 11 years after Colorado became a state.... 

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... 

Stephen Molyneux, ‘The Shape of Clouds to Come’

July 7, 2015

Stephen Molyneux, ‘The Shape of Clouds to Come’ La Station Radar, 12.8.2014 Stephen Molyneux’s The Shape of Clouds to Come is a record for the small hours, gently rushing past your ears with its delicate touch. Released on La Station Radar, this EP is very different from my previous listen to Molyneux’s work — a nifty tape on No Kings from... 

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...