Kreng by Jeroen De Wandel

Kreng might make the scariest music on Earth. This is a bold statement when I consider my listening habits, but I find myself pleasantly disturbed sitting here listening to Kreng’s new masterpiece, “The Summoner”. Most of the tracks are named for one of the stages of grief, and that theme sits well. “The Summoner” is … Read more

Erik K Skodvin

Svarte Greiner’s “Black Tie” is yet another astonishing entry into Miasmah’s ongoing catalog of extremely dark, extremely haunting yet extremely beautiful albums. Svarte Greiner also has the distinction of being label owner Erik K. Skodvin’s solo audio project, and it definitely fits comfortably within Miasmah’s extremely high quality releases. This album breaks up into two … Read more

Elegi

According to Elegi’s website, the new album “Varde” tells the story of pioneer polar explorers who risked their lives to overcome the elements. It doesn’t take a lot of imagination to consider the intensity of such trips. Elegi’s album explores the emotional depths of the people that went on these trips, and manages to capture … Read more