Raw power, sheer emotion, and frightening fury. These are some of the things that make Kristin Hayter as Lingua Ignota’s second album Caligula a force to be reckoned with.
Sami Cola, Nico Castleman, and Ruby Parrish + guitar, bass, drums, and vocals. This is Knife Life, raw and simple.
French classical pianist Vanessa Wagner’s latest record, Inland released on InFiné, presents a wonderfully diverse and charmingly off-kilter set of minimalist works for solo piano.
90+ degree heat for days on end changes things. Like moods and the music we listen to.
Feeding Seahorses By Hand, Billie Marten’s sophomore release, has been feeding my need for the quit and uncluttered. I’d imagine I’ve listened to it through-and-through damn-near every day since its release in April.
Some music by some bands screams out—live! Schlagenheim, the debut album from Black Midi, is one of them.
Music For Staying Warm is Montreal cellist & composer Justin Wright’s first record and it’s filled with music made by violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
Brighton soul singer Celeste rings my bell.
It’s been going like this—play “Cellophane”, the crazy-lovely new single from FKA twigs, cue up Rhye’s Spirit EP next, sit back, and dream.
Some days, nothing short of glorious will do.
Fabulously unfamiliar. Sometimes, some days, I want to hear something fabulously unfamiliar. Past experience has proven that Jac Berrocal often delivers along these lines, even though I’ve come to expect such a thing from him. […]
I get music recommendations from all over the place. As time goes on, the number and variety of places has only grown which you could think of as a dream come true. I do.