Tag: Monolithe

Monolithe ‒ From Equinox To Solstice – Live At Beltane Review

The concept of a live album is an interesting one in 2019. It has, after all, been over 40 years since the heydey of The Live Album when records like Comes Alive, At Budokan, Tokyo

Best Of 2018 – Dan Obstkrieg: Hi, Hello, How Are You? Here Is Some Music.

I am skeptical of certainty. I suppose that’s a strange lead-in to an article in which I share my ostensibly well-reasoned opinions as to which albums released this year are the best. But yes, the

Best Of 2018 – Zach Duvall: Confessions Of A Cornfed Crackpot

Greetings, you husks. This year, instead of some State of the Scene Address, we’re going to talk about consensus in music fandom, and how it doesn’t really exist. Yes, seeing the same albums top every

Monolithe – Nebula Septem Review

For reasons both unknown and likely unknowable, I am a complete mark for the sort of mathematical and musical formalism with which Monolithe has constructed Nebula Septem. For this seventh album, the seven musicians of

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Fast Rites Vol. 10 Summer Doldrums?

The late summer doldrums are here, but many artists are looking beyond the seasons to the stars. Blood Incanation‘s Starspawn currently has tongues wagging, and the new album from Satan-Is-In-The-Cosmos explorers Inquisition is about to drop into everybody’s laps. But, you should

Monolithe – II Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance If I were to tell you that one of the finest pieces of music I’ve heard in the past few months was a 52 minute concept album of funeral doom

Monolithe – I Review

One long track. Not exactly a fresh concept anymore, but there we are. Personally I never got the point of an hour long song, but that’s just me. Ever since my review of Skepticism there