In this episode we had the pleasure of interviewing Brodie Jarvie who is the band leader and bassist of the Scottish jazz band Fine Men With Foul Tongues. We chat about their recent release "Ophelia", as well as Brodies journey as a musician in Glasgow and compositional approach to music. Enjoy!
In this episode of Albumly we welcome our special guest Lila Church who just released her album "Digitalya" in April 2021. The album takes us through a powerful journey filled with dance, digital identity, love, change and ambience.
Lila Church is a multimedia artist from northern NJ. Through maximalism, patterning, distorted repetition, hyperfemininity, and highly saturated colour, her art explores cyclical iterations, states of consciousness, digital life, and the spiritual magic of the universe.
Tune in to find out what drink she recommends with her incredible music!
In this episode we discuss the remarkable work of Public Service Broadcasting and their album "The Race For Space". Filled with old recordings of the Apollo 11 and crackling radio frequencies, the album takes us on a journey of the past that shaped the future.
In this very special episode, we had the privilege to listen to and talk about Fergus Hall's album 'Shores", which is coming out on April 16th. The Glasgow-based composer was able to join us and provide unique insights into the world of his music. The episode also features excerpts from Fergus' album, including a full-length track preview at the end!
In Episode 2 of Albumly we talk about Kendrick Lamar's brilliant To Pimp A Butterfly - arguably one of the best albums of all time. In this 30-minute episode Tara, Sam and Sonia can only really begin to scratch the surface of the significance of the album as a musical and cultural masterpiece.
In the first episode of Albumly Tara, Sam and Sonia talk about Björk's album 'Vespertine', which takes the listener through an intimate journey of sound. Together they try to decipher the meaning and intention behind the tracks, as well as expressing interesting reviews of the sonic world of Vespertine.