Travelogue: Week 2014-35

Noteworthy highlights from the past week of music discovery, releases, previews, and other news.  Daily updates are available on the ST Facebook and Twitter feeds and audio/video links to all tracks featured during the month are available on the Stationary Travels Songdrop page. Album Releases Everyday Dust – The Principality of Dustland [Sparkwood Records] The Principality of…

Travelogue: Week 2014-33

Noteworthy highlights from the past week of music discovery, releases, previews, and other news.  Remember daily updates are available on the ST Facebook and Twitter feeds and audio/video links to all tracks featured during the month are available on our Songdrop page. New Releases Tracy Chow – Music For Monorails (Aug 8) Tracy Chow, the guitarist for Florida…

Travelogue: Week 2014-32

Noteworthy highlights from the past week of music discovery, releases, previews, and other news.  Remember daily updates are available on the ST Facebook and Twitter feeds and audio/video links to all tracks featured during the month are available on our Songdrop page. New Releases Zenjungle / Tunedin52 (Aug 3) Phil Gardelis from Athens Greece and John Daly…

Travelogue: Week 2014-28

Note: Starting today, Weekly Journals are being added as a regular new feature to share the best musical discoveries and social media interactions with the readers of the blog.  For a complete list of songs featured this month on the Stationary Travels Facebook and Twitter feeds, check out the July Songdrop mix. Hildur Gudnadottir   Hilda Gudnadottir‘s…

Hidden Orchestra – ‘Flight’

Thursday morning listening.  The song ‘Flight’ from Hidden Orchestra, an “electronic jazz collective” based in Edinburgh, Scotland.  Subtle use of electronics underneath strings, harp, & winds all propelled by dynamic percussion lines makes for one uplifting and intriguing piece of music.

New from SubtractiveLAD – The Language of Flowers

Don’t miss this beautiful new release from Stephen Hummel under the creative moniker SubtractiveLAD.  As one review says about the album, “In many respects, the fifty-three-minute release plays like an overview of all of the stylistic places subtractiveLAD has visited during its lifespan. Highly charged episodes of ambient, post-rock, and emotional electronica appear, sometimes within…

One Twenty Five from Sagittaire (on Green Martian)

A fabulous piece of headphone music that is lush & melancholic and at the same time very infectious & dynamic. Exactly as it says in the promo, “THE big focus here is the amazing slightly gated synths with teasing underlying melodies that you want to burst out and take over completely. A masterclass in sound…