Lomond Campbell – “The Mountain and the Pendulum”

Legendary looper Lomond Campbell borrows some magnificent symbols for “The Mountain and the Pendulum.” It does make me consider the sheer insignificance of our planet, typically realized at the summit of a peak. It also feels as though it moves with the earth, in a complementary rhythm—though that could just be the dramatic bassline. Lomond Campbell | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Bandcamp Continue reading Lomond Campbell – “The Mountain and the Pendulum”

Music for Films represents a distinct era of Eno

sngalbums: Originally appeared on the 405 as part of a four-part retrospective honoring the recent re-issues of several of Brian Eno’s back catalog. View this archived article here.  Brian Eno knows a unique level of fame. He has worked with innumerable other prolific musicians, having been close friends with characters such as David Bowie, Robert Fripp, and David Byrne. He has produced for the mega-famous … Continue reading Music for Films represents a distinct era of Eno

Sweden’s Sophomore puts together a “Mosaic” of sound and color

Originally appeared on the 405; view archived article here.  The more self-made music videos I come across, the more I realize the incredible impact of Norman McLaren. He was notable filmmaker for the National Film Board of Canada who grew to prominence in the 1970s, though he had been active even thirty years prior to that era. In collaboration with Evelyn Lambert, McLaren created a … Continue reading Sweden’s Sophomore puts together a “Mosaic” of sound and color

Music for Films represents a distinct era of Eno

Originally appeared on the 405 as part of a four-part retrospective honoring the recent re-issues of several of Brian Eno’s back catalog. View this archived article here.  Brian Eno knows a unique level of fame. He has worked with innumerable other prolific musicians, having been close friends with characters such as David Bowie, Robert Fripp, and David Byrne. He has produced for the mega-famous like … Continue reading Music for Films represents a distinct era of Eno