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Tag: Julianna Barwick
Julianna Barwick builds a paradise of her own design with Healing Is a Miracle
While wounds can be stitched and broken bones may mend, other types of injuries never fully heal; perhaps they linger as phantom pain or burrow deep into the brain’s pathways. It’s these imperceptible traumas—and the impossibility of recovery—that consume Julianna Barwick on her new fourth solo album, Healing Is a Miracle. The Los Angeles-based composer […]
Kranky and Ambient Church raise the rafters—but gently
Chicago-born label Kranky celebrates 25 years with a Rockefeller Memorial Chapel concert presented by Ambient Church.
Steve Hauschildt of Emeralds celebrates a new album of crystalline ambient techno
Steve Hauschildt of Emeralds celebrates a new album of crystalline ambient techno, Thirsty Ears Festival brings classical music to the streets of Ravenswood, and more.
Best shows to see: Julianna Barwick, Prism, Atoms for Peace
The best shows to see Monday through Wednesday include Julianna Barwick, Prism, and Atoms for Peace.
Other sides of Helado Negro’s Roberto Carlos Lange
Roberto Carlo Lange, who performs under his Helado Negro guise this weekend, has released two terrific new albums with ROM and Ombre
In Rotation: A Reader critic, CHIRP Radio’s founder, and Zapruder Point’s singer dish on what’s got their toes tapping
Leor Galil, Reader music critic Mamaleek’s Kurdaitcha: Here’s something I never expected to hear from a pair of San Francisco bedroom musicians: a moving, visceral concoction of black metal, jazz, shoegaze, hip-hop, experimental, and world music rolled into one intense record. The sheer power and beauty of songs like “The White Marble Stone” continue to […]
Even Yet Still More Summer Festival Announcements
Tons and tons of music coming to a (Pitchfork, North Coast, Wicker Park) festival near you.