By coincidence, two music sites contacted me in June for interviews about Webbed Hand Records, and my thoughts about netlabels in general. In case you missed them, here are the links.
“The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it.” –Woodrow Wilson
This long-form soundscape by Tree Helicopter was inspired by the Tarkovsky film “Stalker” and the novel it was based upon.
A compilation of recent sound experiments by C.P. McDill that fall outside of the style of his main recording projects.
Experimental musician Christian Fiesel debuts on the Rain series with a work inspired by heavy storms in his North German home town.
This concept album by The Nikki Grace Experience is well-crafted melancholic post-rock pop with influences from ambient to cinematic soundtrack music.
A new conceptual work by snowman lost his head unfolds as a collection of abstract experimental compositions.
“A Little Big Sunset” is Marco Lucchi’s meditation upon the day’s end, composed as a mellow long-form drone work.
iaiko returns to Webbed Hand with a 5-part drone-ambient album, sure to draw listeners into its serene soundscapes.
Luciftias debuts on Webbed Hand with a contribution to the Rain series, a minimalistic yet evocative drone-ambient composition.