Given how much I liked The Madness That Lurks Within (with Rebekkah Hillgraves), doing a Scott Lawlor interview only makes sense.
Behind gate number one we have a release that defied my understanding of Sucu Music.
The deep fuss over Morphine Bandit, or any of Textural Records artists is that they are quite heavily involved in some of the purest ambient music on the internet today.
PeerGynt Loborgis’ Window Eye is the most current release from the exceptionally gifted guitarist from Córdoba, Spain. I recently did a “retro” review of OutWorld III from 2010, but obviously a lot can change in four years, so how does Window Eye compare with his past works?
Stories of the Pterodactly exist in many cultures. Chientaroli, Espinal, Rave, and Vitale bring us a release that is enchanting and challenging.