Post Tagged with: "Blind Prophet"

Delete :: Neva EP (Mindtrick)

Mysterious Russian producer Delete operates in one of the many branches of the step scene with a particular brand of past garage. It’s strange how musical genres ebb and flow. Many of the originators of the whole dubstep scene have now turned to house, techno and disco as their sound of choice. Very odd—to spawn an incredibly inventive […]

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YOU. / SGNLS :: Double review (Blind Prophet)

Blind Prophet continues to explore some extremely interesting sounds. Toeing the lines between acoustic and electronic, the barroom and back alley basement, Blind Prophet consistently promises intrigue and experimentation. Sean Ragon’s Blind Prophet Records is now three years old. Since its inception Ragon’s imprint has focussed on the sounds of Minimal Synth and Post Punk, […]

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Lost Tribe :: Lost Tribe (Blind Prophet)

The internet has probably helped a lot too. Lost Tribe are an unapologetic piece of goth rock, tough and coarse. Their sound is something akin to sonorous salt in a widening wound. I’ve never been the type of person who says they “like all kinds of music.” I take umbridge with those who parrot this […]

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Mueran Humanos :: Mueran Humanos (Blind Prophet)

This Argentine duo have managed to produce a moody piece of post punk wave; focusing on the traditional instruments of the sound. Electronics wait in the wings on this LP, working in the background of the stage. Rarely is my girlfriend shocked by a record that comes through the door. Sure maybe something with pretty […]

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Nervous Assistant & YOU. :: Double review (Blind Prophet)

Blind Prophet Recordings is not an old imprint but already it has delved into a number of styles. In many respects it is a label that is giving a slice of Brooklyn diversity to the vinyl loving public. So far the label has opened my ears to some pretty interesting material, and given some new […]

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Top releases of twenty-ten

With this article, 151 releases and 25 honorable mentions are highlighted as being titles that garnered the extra spins in 2010. These musicians (and associated labels) offered an abundance of quality productions coming from all corners of the globe with an emphasis on releasing music that doesn’t always follow a defined path. [January 2011] Twenty-ten […]

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Art Abscons :: Der Verborgene Gott (Blind Prophet)

“…For the first time, in a long time, I wasn’t really sure where I was with this record. Some tracks wandered down the angelic path of neofolk, others tread perfectly to produce something breathtaking…” (November 2010) Back to Brooklyn. Sean Ragon’s Blind Prophet Records returns for its second release. This time minimal synth is side-stepped […]

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