Those of you who have discovered Bo Digg through his recent Luxotone releases will know that Bo has a long-standing relationship (of sorts) to Donovan, the Scottish folk singer with whom Bo Digg is frequently confused. You have to admit there’s a certain likeness there (compare this vintage pic of the Scottish troubador with the […]
Scotland’s music magazine Is This Music? is becoming a fan of Robin O’Brien. Jonathan Muirhead notes that “even by O’Brien’s previous standards, this is an intensely romantic piece of work.” “O’Brien’s voice peaks and soars in all the right places, carrying you with it on a journey of love, hope, pain and discovery, to which we […]
Mastering is done (Thank you, Collin Jordan!). The board has been taken down. The artwork is at the CD duplicator. And Slopes of Distant Hills’ new eponymous album is playing on Radio Luxotone.
The new albums by Robin O’Brien and by Slopes of Distant Hills went to mastering this week and early reports are good (as in: “wow this album is gorgeous” and “it sounds analog—where did you record it?”). Slopes of Distant Hills was recorded with a ribbon mic whenever possible, and it shows. Andrew Maurer’s rich […]