Filed under: This Month's Favs | Tags: bluetech, Fat Cat, Guy Gelem, Huva Network, Nalepa, Nalepa Remixes, Origami Biro, P.Laoss, Vallium, Vampire Sunrise
The eagerly awaited third Bluetech album on Aleph Zero – The Divine Invasion.
Three years in the making, The Divine Invasion offers an irresistible mix of spacey dubby beats, dreamy atmospheres and unique compositions.
The same irresistible mix that made the New York Times label Bluetech as ‘one of the best ambient artists’ following the release of his previous album – Sines and Singularities.
Filed under: News | Tags: Absolute Ambient, Amotz, Astro Pilot, Between Interval, bvdub, Dopese, Ennio Mazzon, Fabrizio Cacciamali, Fluid-Hope, Galatic Wind, Halogen, Hybernation, Juri, Keep In A Cool Place, Lost In Sound, Matt Coldrick, Mopoke, Natural Born Chillers 2, Origami Biro, Snakestyle
We are proud to announce that April 09 will be Fluid Radio’s first birthday and we have now been broadcasting for a year. We would like to thank listeners, artists and labels for all your support during this time.
We have decided to celebrate this first year by going back to our enitial vision for the station which was, and still is to promote and discover new upcoming artists. So this months line up has been mainly allocated to the riseing upcoming Dj’s and performaning artists that are around on the scene at the moment…
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: 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.