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Reintroducing Serein Netlabel

cast001_-_reintroduction-by-huw-robertsBack Like Boom | Welsh Netlabel Serein is one of my top five sources for high quality Ambient, not only in the context of Netaudio. It has been silent at Serein for a quite a while, but after a period of hibernation, Serein is back with a new design. Check the "Reintroduction" mix by Huw Roberts.

"Reintroduction" by Huw Roberts (MP3)
Daniel Maze - "Steampunk" (MP3)
Neuf Meuf - "Zul" (MP3)
Herzog - "Perhaps She'd Like To See Me Fall Apart" (MP3)

Huw Roberts, the face behind Serein, is a critical mind that shaped the label's identity for the last three years, choosing artists and artwork with greatest care. Roberts starts Serein 4.0 with a mesmerizing mix of favourites and unreleased material. Highly recommended if you are digging rich and analogue-ish Ambient music.

For the future, Huw Roberts promises new release by The Inventors of Aircraft, 1000 Hours of Staring (sooo looking forward!) and the Phlow Mag darlings Nest. Website looks clean and beautiful, only the loss of all previously released material is a miss - still, via, everything remains accessible. Watch this place!

Reintroduction by Huw Roberts

01 Marcel Türkowsky - Kuro Sawa
02 Herzog - Perhaps She'd Like To See Me Fall Apart
03 Nest - Kyoto
04 1000 Hours of Staring - Deliverance (unreleased)
05 The Inventors of Aircraft - All, Nothing
06 Stephane Leonard - Words in Progress (unreleased)
07 The Inventors of Aircraft - The Black Dog
08 Michael Trommer - Long Line Building (unreleased)
09 Nest - Wheatstone (unreleased)
10 Segue - Half Way (unreleased)
11 Marcel Türkowsky - De Dodu
12 Huw Roberts - Atlas Oryx (unreleased)
13 Pine - Flume (unreleased)
14 1000 Hours of Staring - Wintincubator

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Bettina's favourites from the back catalogue

1000 Hours of Staring - Co-operative Thread (ser006)
Neuf Meuf - It's Cold in Space (ser009)
Nest - Nest (ser013) @Phlow
Daniel Maze - Red After Image (ser016) @Phlow

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Phlow-Author Bettina Rhymes This article was written on 3.September 2009 by Bettina Rhymes. Bettina Rhymes is the journalist alter ego of Sven Swift. Swift runs the established CDr- and Netlabel and acts as a Netaudio DJ every now and then. Next to his job at Phlow Mag, he writes reviews about free music at Read more articles written by .


  • love the piano stuff! wowowowww... cant wait for new releases!

    Gravatar of travis travis said on
    3. Sep 2009 at 2:03 pm
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  • Serein always releases something worth hearing. While it's a source of regret that, like Thinner, it's moving to a mostly commercial model, I'm very grateful for all that they've done and wish them all the best for the future. I shall be keeping an ear cocked. :)

    Gravatar of Catching The Waves Catching The Waves said on
    3. Sep 2009 at 11:50 pm
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