Tag Archives: ethereal

katie gately / tlaotlon

I can tell without a shadow of doubt that since arriving in our gaff this particular release has been the recipient of many a fondly in awe glance. The latest release in Fat Cat’s legendary split series – which just … Continue reading

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psyche corporation

Due partly to ineptness and a bit of stupidity on our part we’ve managed to mislay the link from whence this came, anyhow we happened across it via a face book posting – that much we do know. Prized from … Continue reading

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yellow6

A welcoming return to these pages of an old friend, Yellow6 has been part of the very fabric of these missives from their earliest days, emerging from the post rock / space rock / ambient scene Jon Atwood (nee Yellow6) … Continue reading

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lykanthea

Available as a download, a limited cassette and an ultra rare limited tape version hand decorated with Hunter Gatherer dhiri rings which alas is sold out as source, Lykanthea’s latest EP ‘Migration’ is a ethereally epic release of pure ghostly … Continue reading

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les baxter

I’ll be truthful twice in saying that we ripped this off a posting found lurking of Klaus Morlock’s face book page and that secondly we’ve absolutely no idea as to where it’s from, anything about the artist and whatever else … Continue reading

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cholombian

Do listening visions of mellowing mirages and down tempo dreaminess with just a smidgeon of Balearic cosmicalia about its wares appeal, if so your advised to start twiddling your radar dials in the general direction of Tythe’s uber chill tipped … Continue reading

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daisy victoria

Many thanks to Daisy Victoria who sent us a very nice note by way of an introduction, must admit makes a change from the usual ‘oi tosspot listen to this or else’ but then falls somewhat short of the days … Continue reading

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