All posts tagged: spring

Poemme – Blooming Spring

Underappreciated and undiscovered findings are the biggest offering of the streaming era. As we enter unflinchingly into the canton of Spring, Poemme’s Blooming Spring can be one of those spiffy findings. The 27-minute-long buoyant ambient project filled with glinting airs, water and birdsong is calm and both melancholic and ecstatic. From the Morning Sun’s otherworldly glimmer to Evening Wind’s arcane coruscation, Blooming Spring offers nothing but a gradual drone and minimalist masterpieces. Listen. Advertisements


I Trawl The Megahertz

I said ‘Your daddy loves you.’ I said ‘Your daddy loves you very much…He just doesn’t want to live with us anymore.’ It’s been a good one year since Prefab Sprout reissued I Trawl the Megahertz. But its original release eventuated way back. Almost 17 years. Hovering around the Internet to find the reviews of the album, three results pop up as the most relevant. One of which by Chris Jones at BBC has now been archived (Archivng is primarily a process of collecting portions of the world wide web to ensure the information is safe and preserved in an archive for future researchers, historians, and the public.) and is no longer updated, even after the reissue, another one by Guy Collier at thedigitalfix, looks old and an in-depth review by Sam Sodomsky at Pitchfork published on March 23, 2019 after the reissue. All of which found their commonground in agreeing the novelty of the project. I Trawl The Megahertz is a beautiful musical ecstasy, originally released as a Paddy McAloon solo project in May 2003, but one must also understand …