All posts tagged Kranky
Banning all cymbals, post-hardcore road trips, low frequency earworms. The New Orleans musician discusses three important albums.
Sneaking into the galaxy bar, bubbles in the park, 69 occurrences of time. The Brussels-based composer talks about three important albums.
Wretched ballads in unlit church basements.
Beautiful songs for drum machine, bass guitar and voice, shrouded in echoes of grit and irrefutable truth.
A deliberate invitation to the dramatic side of chance; a hallucinatory depth of field.
Thomas Meluch talks to ATTN about tape machines, kaleidoscopic vortices and his new albums, Sonnet and Stanza.
A surprisingly gritty and weighty handling of the ethereal, and Bailiff’s first record in over six years.
Grouper and Tiny Vipers meet and merge in a beautiful collaborative effort.
2006 album of Mark Nelson’s electronic-acoustic ambient project gets a deserved re-issue.
The Canadian composer delivers a live recording from an Icelandic church for his latest Kranky release.