The result of Daniel Alexander Hignell’s studies is a journey through a desolate town, but as is reasonably normal in the scene of minimalism, isolationism and soundscapes, desolation is something beautiful that embraces you and makes you feel alive.
Definitely a high standard, as we are accustomed from Triple Bath, but despite that it is an enjoyable album, and good listening, and great artwork, and very well performed… it also lacks something. It’s hard to put your finger on it, but it just doesn’t ‘fit’.
CD-R, Triple Bath, 2010 http://www.xedh.org/ Xedh is one of the names under which Miguel A. García presents his music. Since 2004 he released some 30 titles so the description on [ … ]
CD-R, Triple Bath, 2008 www.triplebath.gr I have to admit that the press release accompanying this release by Brazil’s Thelmo Cristovam did not fill me with joy. Ascertations like “he is [ … ]
CD, Triple Bath, 2008 www.myspace.com/feufolletmusic As is usual with the releases on Triple Bath, each CD-R is packed in a simple yet well-designed cardboard cover stuck in a plastic envelope. [ … ]
CD-R, Triple Bath, 2007 www.triplebath.gr/red_needled_sea.html Red Needled Sea is the solo project of Panos Alexiades, who is based in Athens, Greece. One of the things that immediately stood out to [ … ]
CD-R, Triple Bath, 2007 www.bek.no/~tibprod/iversen.htm Greece in doing musically very fine lately. Earlier this year I had the pleasure of writing a review for Nokalypse’s “Ocean of Inexistence” released on [ … ]
CD-R, Triple Bath, 2006 www.triplebath.gr Each person travels a musical journey on which he or she encounters many forks in the road. Nokalypse’s biography talks about these travels and therefore [ … ]