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Minimal Ambient | A tiny EP is stolen from a blog called “Dust Breeding” which I love a lot. These terribly short however mesmerizing sketches of minimal Ambient and musical processing of environmental noise are something I come back to on a regular basis. As the title already suggests, “For Friends This Winter” is quite [...]
Warm Drones | Geotic is the Ambient music outfit of Anticon recording artist Baths who is active as Postfoetus, too. While Baths is biased towards Brainfeeder-style Hip Hop and Postfoetus can clearly be attributed to beatladen Electronica, Geotic is all about blurry, harmonious Ambient music. California dreaming… Geotic – “Smiles and Experiments In The Vanilla [...]
Soothing Chill | Back on track with a classic Ambient album. “Classic” like GAS, Fennesz, Eno… You know the drill. Behind the Maps and Diagrams moniker is UK-based Tim Martin, who has a quite impressive back catalogue with various CD, CDr, MP3 and vinyl releases. For “The Giant Woods” Martin teams up with the Yuki [...]
This one is an oldie. In fact, almost three years passed since this was released on Merzbau. Enough time for the netlabel to shut its doors – the website is still on and will be for long, so make sure you stop by and listen to the other records. What is truly remarkable on “Canções da [...]
Festival Compilation | When I think of electronic music from russia, I always think of minimal music and melodic IDM. And when I listen now to the two beautiful “NetAudio Russia Compilations” I am once more convinced that Russia especially Moscow has a strong eletronic scene I would like to explore by night. Both compilations [...]
Game Soundtrack | Julian Winters “Rock Art EP” is the official soundtrack for an online game called “Alchemia”. His EP combines songs and field recordings. “I hardly can remember all the ‘instruments’ I used for this music”, writes Julian Winter on his website. “I think there were brittle wooden sticks, leaves, stones and all the [...]