Tag Archives: ambient

secret pyramid

please don’t ask me where we picked this one up from, I assume one of those face book postings that we regularly find ourselves tripping over of late, starts quietly as the late great Mr Peel would no doubt have … Continue reading

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ipek gorgun

Alas no links on this just yet, rest assured we will work on her press folk imminently, but this is quite superb. By Istanbul based experimental electronic alchemist Ipek Gorgun taken from a forthcoming set entitled ‘aphelian’, we’ve been much … Continue reading

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moon dust

As a famous film poster once ominous noted ‘in space no one can hear you scream’, teaming in life and potential, the beauty and sense of the unknown offered by space contrasts with its isolationism and stilled deathly silence, out … Continue reading

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moon dust

Apologies to whoever did the posting alerting us to this as I seriously can’t recall where or from whom I pulled this. This is quite immense, literally rippling with anticipation and tension, a study in the finite minutiae of detail, … Continue reading

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sun curves

No doubt we will be revisiting this for a closer inspection later in the next few days or so, once of course we’ve managed to rescue download codes. This quite tranquil dream time suite is by Wigan based ambient alchemist … Continue reading

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mark harris and john 3:16

like the passing of some celestial event as though emerging from an eclipse, this is a sly little teaser of a track ‘victory over the sun’ pulled from a forthcoming set pairing together the talents of Mark Harris and John … Continue reading

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matteo preabianca

Briefly described as ‘sonic collages’ you suspect the expansive sound and creative intent of Matteo Preabianca might well suffer in terms of getting its point over and being truly able to sufficiently breathe and blossom. Fear not for despite the … Continue reading

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