Filed under: Releases | Tags: Cracked Mirrors and Stopped Clocks, Electroacoustic, Origami Biro
Discovered this little beauty today and man it is….well….I just snapped up the full download after listening to only two tracks….say no more. Bringing acoustics and electronics together in a way that I haven’t heard before, or at least not at this level of production, Tom Hill aka Origami Biro is one artist I will be keeping a close eye on in 2009.
Filed under: Artist Mixes | Tags: Exclusive Mix, Halogen, Phuture Frequency
A wonderful mix from the talented Halogen…
You can always count on the guys at Type Records to come up with something that little bit different, and Svarte Greiner’s Kappe is no exception to the rule…
Sometimes I come across music that leaves me speechless and touches me in that secret place that most music fails to penetrate. I like to call it the emotional melodic membrane. When it does occur (and it is rare), it manages to enthuse a sense of awe and wonder for the world and a new passion in musical experiences. Well thanks to Ólafur Arnalds that experience was relit this morning whilst listening to his new release “Variations of Static”. Hard to sum this release up in words really, but for those who are fans of Digitonal and Bersarin Quartett check this guy out as I am sure you wont be disappointed….
The material collected for Snowflakes and Carwrecks was recorded during the same sessions that produced last year’s Ferndorf album, Volker Bertelmann’s impressive second LP for Fat Cat’s 130701 offshoot. Although billed as an EP, the CD’s seven tracks clock up a forty-minute playtime (NB: the vinyl edition is restricted to five) and the track sequence makes for a rather wonderful album in its own right.
Very much a talent on the ascendence, Dag Rosenqvist returns with a swift follow-up to last year’s Closet Ghosts EP, and the full-length on Miasmah, Black Sleep. While those two releases marked out career highpoints for Rosenqviist, Singing Stones finds him continuing on his upward trajectory, serving up a truly beautiful – not to mention accessible – collection of cinematic electronic compositions.
Filed under: Artist Mixes | Tags: Aeioux, Mix, Reference Points, Type Records
A long time ago I discovered one of the most beautiful mixes I have ever had the privilege of hearing .
It had a profound impact, and helped me on my journey of discovering alternative soundscapes.
Thank you Aeioux and Type Records….