Articles by Zachary Nathanson
Is it a little too early for me to call this the album of the year so far? It’s just getting a little bit warmed up for that, but we’ll see.
Gleb has come a long, long way. And I hope that he continues to do both work with Iamthemorning and as a solo artist, but do one thing at a time. I can’t wait to hear what he has in store for many years to come.
This is a new beginning for Kim Seviour. She’s moving forward and it’s a story that’s an emotional one for her by embarking on what comes next.
He still has the spark of electricity in his pocket and he’s never letting it go. The Paranomal album took me a few listens to. Is it Alice’s finest? No, but it shows he still has more tricks up his sleeve.
The trio have done something special here, bringing images and storytelling compositions into one. I hope one day, they will continue to do more with new brainstorming ideas they will have for the years and years to come.
Tangents is definitely up on my list for the top 30 albums of 2017 so far. And while I’m new to the bandwagon of both ECM Records and Gary Peacock’s music, this is a great start to discover Peacock and shows, as I’ve mentioned, how much he’s ahead of his time.
Space Rock, Electronic Music, Free-Jazz, and Avant-Garde sounds to create a mind-blowing experience and the weirdest adventure that RareNoiseRecords have unleashed.
Again, I’m very new to Ides of Gemini’s music. It’s not easy to listen to, but it is a very interesting release and with a good many listens to Ides of Gemini’s Women, it’s a recommended album.