A giant, melodic, primal scream of a post-rock noise record: off-the-Richter-scale brilliant. Kevin Press One-sentence music reviews (OSMR) are designed to spread the word about as many new releases as possible during the COVID-19 crisis. The idea is simple – support artists and get great new releases in front of music lovers.
Simon Fisher Turner & Edmund de Waal - The Museums With Long Halls 0.00Jacaszek - November Early 5.31Konstruct - Freedive 9.16Degoya - II 14.49Sara Oswald & Feldermelder - Folding Deltas 16.28Simone Lalli - Sopra Sotto 22.10Robert Haigh - Arc of Crows 26.40Beatriz Ferreyra - Echos 32.19Patrick Graham & John Sellekaers - Canopy 4.42Gorovitz - Manela … Continue reading The Moderns ep. 99
Here is edition two of The Moderns OSMR. As I explained last week, my goal here is to share as many new releases with you as I can. At the same time, I hope these one-sentence reviews help our artists friends promote their work at a uniquely difficult time.Be well, and be good to one another. … Continue reading OSMR – WEEK ENDING MAR. 28
Bypass - Blómavasi 0.00Tripeo - Shatter That Glass Ceiling 2.22Audio Pervert - Quiet Someone 5.25Joyce Muniz - What’s Your Name feat. Demetrius (Instrumental) 9.20Bell Towers - Golden Wool 11.52Fabrizio Lapiana - Crystal 15.59Tim Engelhardt - First Contact 18.30La Napoule - Nathan Micay's Life In Every Breath Remix 22.30Matthias Meyer - Fantazy 25.30Matuss - Solicitors Are … Continue reading BADD PRESS Mix 52
Levi Patel - Her angled beauty 0.00Apartment House/Julius Aglinskas - V 3.55Shuta Hiraki - IV 10.55Christopher Bissonnette - Color Deceives Continuously 20.57Sun City Girls - Keep Your Eyes Open 29.22Prolaps - Overrealmed 46.34Aaron Spectre - Killasound 50.09White Heaven - Fallin' Stars End 53.41Mute Duo - Canopy Bells 1.03.52Ben Bertrand - Morton and György in the … Continue reading The Moderns ep. 98
I’ve been giving a lot of thought this week to what kind of small role The Moderns can play in light of the COVID-19 crisis. It’s clear that artists around the world are suffering, economically and otherwise. Please do what you can to support them financially. Buy their recordings. Buy their merch. Many have just … Continue reading OSMR – week ending Mar. 21
Why do so few improvised recordings feature vocals? Here’s a theory. Part of improv’s appeal is the vulnerability of the artists involved. On-stage or in-studio, it requires a degree of self-assuredness that few of us can muster. This is what’s so often misunderstood about improvisational performance. The absence of written music does not make it … Continue reading Síria – Boa-Língua