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Mute Forest

I have to admit it, I love trees. Tragically I’m the kind of person who writes to the council when one gets chopped down. Bastards, total bastards anyone who chops a tree down.   For Kael Smith it wasn’t vile humans but humble beetles that rid him of his trees in his childhood home. After he return...view item »

Black Box Animals

Lost Tribe Sound had better not rename themselves William Ryan Fritch Records after all - things are getting diverse again. Here Italian duo Luton slip out a little 200-copy run of their brooding new album Black Box Animals. It combines various orchestral arrangements with electric guitar, piano, electronics and other s...view item »

From the Mouth of the Sun
Sleep Stations

Leftover stuff from the Hymn Binding and Menashe sessions is what we have here, showing a fuller and heavier sound than was appropriate for Menashe especially. Yes, it’s From the Mouth of the Sun, known individually on Earth as indefatigable drone cellist Aaron Martin and fizzy d...view item »

The Green Kingdom
The North Wind and the Sun

Sometimes record company interference can be a good thing. Michael Cottone (aka the Green Kingdom) continuing on his own merry electronic way when one of those industry big wigs at Lost Tribe Music suggested he concentrate on the organic and acoustic side of his music. My word has it paid off. 'The North Wind and The Sun' is a gorgeous album....view item »

William Ryan Fritch
Behind The Pale

Hey, everybody, it’s Fritchy time! So yeah, I’m excited but any more than two exclamation marks would’ve been excessive. So we come to another in a long line of tortuous, labyrinthine, circuitous routes taken by that William Ryan Fritch for the most rustic, monolithic touchstones of post-modernist, bookish labe...view item »


Everything I’ve heard so far from the exuberant Lost Tribe Sound label has seemed rooted in grand structures and baroque gestures, yet looking optimistically forward and prospectively neo-modernist. Their latest release is no different. Simple and rustic elements are fused with electronic sounds on th...view item »

From the Mouth of the Sun
Hymn Binding

With its arcane title that could have been ripped from a fantasy RPG and impressionistic cover, you would be forgiven for thinking that Hymn Binding was a record full of psych rock, acid folk or nu-chant or something. But for those not familiar with From the Mouth of the Sun, it’s actually a project that lies much more on the neo-...view item »

Alder & Ash
Psalms for the Sunder

" I love the cello". Not my words but those of Brian Wilson. These were according to anecdotal evidence the only words spoken by the Beach Boys legend to someone I knew who met him at a party. Well Brian may well like what he heres on this record by ace cellist Alder and Ash as the entire thing is made...view item »

Alder & Ash
Clutched in the Maw of the World

Lost Tribe Sound deliver us further laments from the paling, greying world of their nightmares with ‘Clutched in the Maw of the World’, a record made by perhaps the most melancholy cellist team in the game, Alder & Ash. This record begins its misery in media res, its cello brooding as if it’s always been soundtracking the w...view item »


Trembling folkie Seabuckthorn has basically been on an unstoppable roll since forever, so the schooled amongst you will know what to expect: a strummed, picked and lightly drummed rock ambience that sounds swept up in offshore drama, taking long voyages in the threat of an empty sea. His last EP for Dead West feeds nicely into this new record on...view item »

William Ryan Fritch
Birkitshi: Eagle Hunters In A New World

William ‘Billy Boy’ Fritch has been at it again, mounting his expensive high-end camera onto eagles and then soundtracking the wide expanses they survey. He has some experience in this line of work apparently; for some years now the film and video output of the famous GoPro brand has benefitted from the sweeping strings and dramatic ...view item »

William Ryan Fritch
New Words For Old Wounds

The limited edition of 250 physical copies come housed in a 7.5" x 5.5" panoramic gatefold case made of heavy stock. The editions were printed on an antique Heidelberg press by the world renowned Stumptown Printers based in Oregon. The artwork features a series of incredibly detailed ink paintings from Sail (uselessarm). Each edition comes with ...view item »

William Ryan Fritch

Contemplating the complete and utter transience of all things that exist, William Ryan Fritch crafted ‘Revisionist’, a tribute to our ever-changing bodies, our randomly sculpted thoughts and our tireless attempt at living in a straight line. The result sounds kind of like the apocalypse, I think; drawing on neo-classical, Constellati...view item »

William Ryan Fritch
Leave Me Like You Found Me

Walking through the far reaches of modern classical music, William Ryan Fritch’s sometimes lures us further in with little bits of post-rock tension. Our ears twitch and rise as we recognize a growth behind the pretty melodies, something building. Leave Me Like You Found Me will only have 450 copies, all of which ...view item »

William Ryan Fritch
Emptied Animal

This is a very different beast from the previous William Ryan Fritch material I’ve heard. I had him down as an extremely capable musician veering around in the gentle neo-classical, electro-acoustic area but this is a full on orchestrated opus in the style of Grizzly Bear or latter day ...view item »

Benoit Pioulard
Hymnal Remixes

Benoit Pioulard is the alter ego of American singer / songwriter Thomas Meluch. Releasing music prolifically since 2001, 2013's 'Hymnal' is his most recent recording. Here it is given the remix treatment by a plethora of mix magicians, lending a new vibe to Pioulard's experimental folk sound. Double CD on Lost Tribe Sound. ...view item »

William Ryan Fritch
The Waiting Room (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

I first came across William Ryan Fritch through a remarkable track he contributed to the bonus CD on the recent Yuri Lugovskoy album. I had no previous idea that he made such a beautiful sound. He is a composer and multi instrumentalist out of Oakland ...view item »

Cock And Swan

Cock and Swan. Never a good combination except for when these two get together. I don't know who is who but there's a boy (the cock i presume) and a girl (the swan?) and they are both from Washington DC. Anyway together they create a lovely mid fidelity slightly clanky brew of drifting melodie...view item »

Vieo Abiungo
And The World Is Still Yawning

Vieo Abiungo is the work of one man, William Ryan Fritch, who creates semi-experimental neoclassical sound worlds for us to get lost in. Plays a lot of instruments, this lad. Loads. Opener 'With Each Forgetful Step...Progress' hints towards an almost God...view item »

Pollution Salute

Sitting somewhere in between the retro 80's memory pop of Small Black and the dinky electronica of The Postal Service sit Pollution Salute. Its pleasant electronic bedroom pop with some comparisons to Papercuts and the like yet its a little too fey and airy to really grab the listener by the balls on first listen but maybe that isn't the point. ...view item »

Vieo Abiungo
Blood Memory

Vieo Abiungo is a pseudonym of multi-instrumentalist and composer William Ryan Fritch. Now this guy sounds like a clever fella on paper, a self taught player of over thirty instruments Fritch has also worked with a number of high profile groups and composers including Cli Martinez, Greg Tripi and odd experimental hip-hop outfit Sole and the Sky...view item »

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