Tagged: Let the Stars Assume the Whole of Night

Caul Airplay, WVKR Radio 5/20/2012

With our last post about airplay on WVKR radio, we realized we failed to mentioned last week’s playlist – Scott Raymond at WVKR radio playing a track from the latest Caul. Our thanks to Scott for helping spread the sounds!

Secret Music Playlist, 5/20/2012
Artist Song Album

Jack Hertz Algae Green Mist

Craig Padilla Spirit Signs The Heart Of The Soul
Brian Parnham Race To The Source See None, Hear None, Speak None
Shane Morris & Mystified Triassic Extinction Epoch

Xan Alexander Call Of The Ancients Into The Unknown
Paul Nagle Salvador’s Alpaca Twilight
Robert Schroeder The Meaning Of Time DMO Vol.3

Caul The Silent Road To Your Pillars Let The Stars Assume The Whole Of Night
Wes Willenberg Scene Missing Weapons Reference Manual
Biosphere Genkai N-Plants

Northern Valentine Thousand Eyes Fin De Siecle
Northern Valentine Ribbons Ribbons
MWVM Gouranga Had Yr Pash

Russell Storey & Rudy Adrian Trilogy 1 Awakenings 2008 Vol.1
Brendan Pollard The Redwood Trail Awakenings 2008 Vol.2

Jeff Pearce The Road And The Wind Provision Series
Don Ross Cup Of Pop Upright And Locked Position
Stefano Barone Chemistry Must Be Respected Danzealtalenanze
Kelly Valleau Anubis Vol.2
Daren Keck The Rain Outside Quiet Hillside

WVKR Radio’s Scott Raymond Plays Caul and Lena CDs

On his May 27 show, Scott Raymond played a track from the new Caul CD and another track from Lena’s CD-single “Alchemy of Fingers and Dark.” Thanks, Scott.

Secret Music Playlist, 5/27/2012

Artist Song Album

Jack Hertz Moments Between Time

Craig Padilla Sensual Beauty THe Heart Of The Soul
Wes Willenbring Consequences Of Recklessness Weapons Reference Manual
Solyaris Waves Of Wanderer Wanderer

Shane Morris & Mystified Jurassic Dawn Epoch
Brian Parnham Eroding Shore See None, Hear None, Speak None
Caul Just One Autumn For Ripe Songs Let The Stars Assume The Whole Of Night

Northern Valentine Last Train, 3:00 AM Ribbons

Duet For Theremin And Lap Steel Marker Duet
Roy Arne Knutsen White Carpet Pt.1 Silence
Matt Coldrick Crown Violet Selflessness Music For A Busy Head

Lena Alchemy Alchemy Of FIngers And Dark
redfadesbeforeblue Johatu Compendium
Austere Coruscate Music For Seances

Wall Matthews By The Rusty Wall The Dreaming Light
Adam Werner Apprentice Of A Dead Man Apprentice Of A Dead Man
Jennifer Eden Reverie The Road Home
Rich Niebaum Hacky Sack Jig Little Tantrums
Mark Kroos Indigo Child And Grace Will Lead Me Home

Scott Raymond
WVKR-FM
16 Penn St.
Fishkill, NY 12524

newage@secretmusic.net

Caul Review by Bert Strolenberg

Here’s a great review of Caul’s new Hypnos CD, written by Bert Strolenberg and posted at his own Sonic Immersion site. Thanks, Bert!

Kansas City-based composer Caul, aka Brett Smith, is a purveyor of dark, cinematic ambient music. Some may know him from the 2004 collaborative effort “Inside the Hollow Realm” with Numina.

“Let the Stars Assume the Whole of Night” contains 12 structured and composed ambient pieces, featuring a mix of haunting soundscapes, vocal pads, drums and guitar licks. Together, they lay down a psychedelic and abyssal feel, but without being or becoming too spooky.

From the smooth, gentle pads and slow evolving string sections comes a kind of religious but also somber air. It spreads its wings as the remote, darkening landscape opens up, revealing another side in front of the listener on every track.

Although there’s an “edge” to this type of spiritual-oriented and at times even pastoral ambient, the 51-minute moody outcome has a cool, pleasant and satisfying impact. This despite the gloomy and gothic veil lying over “Let the Stars Assume the Whole of Night”.