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Warm and Sparkling, Rich and Crackling | The latest addition at Zymogen Netlabel is Italian sound sculptor Giuseppe Cordaro aka con_cetta. His album is entitled “Sclerosis” and although sclerosis botanically describes the decay of leaves to the bare meshwork of nerves (see the artwork), Cordaro’s Ambient compositions are rather rich in tone and texture. con_cetta [...]
Spaced out 70′s Electronic Music | The news that 1bit Wonder Netlabel closes down came as a decent surprise to me. Just recently, some of their records made me listen up and enforced the impression that the label had taken a good step forward. Well… last but one release number 31 comes from Leipzig-based Kiorda [...]
Electric Krautrock | I’m into Tomorrowland since I first started listening to free music. Their 2001 EP “Variable” is online at archive.org and still a good listen. Just recently, I found the follow-up album “Anemone” being released by their label Red Antenna for free, too. Take some time and learn to love their brusk melodies [...]
Deep House, Unwashed | Sometime you stumble upon these releases which attract your attention only because you like the website, the artwork, the name of artist or the text which describes the music. In the case of Berlin backyard wrench Marow, the worn-out and atmospheric photos on his label’s website hooked me up initially.
Calm and Soothing Textures | Under the name of Biathalon, NYC-based Eric Adrian Lee composes smooth organic Ambient music that continuously oscillates from analog to digital. Inspired by equally sky and sea, Eric delivers mesmerizing textures and meditatively meandering synthlines that make you forget time and space.
Cassical Spherical Ambient | If you start the wonderful ambient-track “Greenwater” you drift on synthesizer-strings into a world full of etereal, lush chords and subtle piano drops. Best described with the word “peaceful”, you recover yourself in a fortunate condition. Umisetsu and Martin Dot let you rest while listening and diving into the music.