Filed under: This Month's Favs | Tags: Ólafur Arnalds, HAUSCHKA, Huva Network, James Murray, Jasper tx, Letna, Offthesky, Origami Biro, Pan American, Playb, Top 10 Albums For March
Nottingham-based Tom Hill shifts course from his beat-driven electronica releases on Wichita Records to sculpt an eccentric album of classical guitar and organic environmental samples for the Expanding Records label. Cracked Mirrors and Stopped Clocks opens with impending doom, as cinematic strings and spidery guitars emerge from a tunnel of noise, fading into estranged solo acoustic guitar refrains.
Filed under: Releases | Tags: Dwelling Spells, Jason Corder, Offthesky, Zymogen
Being a big fan of offthesky I was deeply shocked to realise that this ep has been out since September 2008 and some how had managed to slip under my radar. Having listened to it all last night I have to say that this is a very special releases from Jason and may even go as far as saying the best I have heard from him so far….
Filed under: This Month's Favs | Tags: Brixton Session, ishq, James Murray, Jasper tx, Juxta Phona, Marconi Union, Offthesky, Pan Electric, Ravid, Snakestyle, Sonver, The Album Leaf, Top 10 albums for january
James Murray – Where Edges Meet
“One of the most highly anticipated albums of the year…
Where Edges Meet is a truly pioneering composition that raises the standards of electroacoustic production and sees James Murray leading the way in futuristic sounds”. 10/10