Articles tagged minimalist

2 Mar 2017 // 3:30 AM

Sleaford Mods: English Tapas

Sleaford Mods call their music "electronic minimalist punk-hop rants for the working class." On their newest album, they are as aggressive, unpolished, and totally unapologetic as ever.

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Max Richter: Three Worlds - Music From Woolf Works

Max Richter’s sound is best served without real pictures but paired with your dreams.

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13 Jan 2017 // 12:32 PM

Sleaford Mods - “B.H.S.” (Singles Going Steady)

Sleaford Mods address the collapse of one of the UK’s oldest and most famous department store chains.

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30 Sep 2016 // 3:24 PM

Yann Tiersen: EUSA

Tiersen sends his listeners a postcard from home via solo piano.

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Bakermat - “Ballade” (audio) (premiere)

Dutch producer Lodewijk Fluttert (a.k.a. Bakermat) is known for his minimalist style of electronic music that draws in soul and jazz influences.

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Michael Vincent Waller: The South Shore

Michael Vincent Waller gently expands the limits of his sounds and the quantity of his compositions.

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Explores Minimalism in Video Games

This week, it's minimalism. It's video games. What more can we say?

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22 Sep 2011 // 9:57 PM

Claps: Wreck

Minimalism may be simple, but Claps are able to do a lot with it.

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25 Jan 2011 // 9:58 PM

Bruno Letort: Lignes

If a French experimental composer wrote music based on a Japanese novel he liked, would anybody hear it?

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Thomas Köner: Nunatak/Teimo/Permafrost

Much like the soundtrack to a day spent trapped inside a refrigerator, each of Thomas Köner’s minimalist drone albums kept in this three-disc tri-fold release are rather limited in their sonic palettes.

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Richard Youngs: Under Stellar Stream

Experimental Scottish composer isolates repetitive, hypnotic hymns within a minimalist framework of bass-and-organ drones with surprisingly rewarding results.

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'Steep' Loves Its Mountains

// Moving Pixels

"SSX wanted you to fight its mountains, Steep wants you to love its mountains.

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