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  1. Kaiju Lounge presents the final installment in a series of mixes exploring some of the best psychedelic chillout, ambient and bass music of 2019. New music from Eguana, Smooth Genestar, State Azure, Nozzlin, Arcturus and more! Tracklist Okami & Giyo - Hailstone - 00:00 Nozzlin - Omicron Configuration - 04:02 Astral Engineering - Kármán Line - 07:15 Aksemetrix - Flying Harmonica - 12:20 Substan - Digitales - 18:33 Arcturus - Kilauea - 25:15 Dirty Hippy - The Treehouse - 36:30 Smooth Genestar - Le Souffle de L'espoir - 41:41 Eguana - Remembering About Summer - 53:43 Kraftwerx - Quilted - 01:05:52 Calavera Love - Delirium - 01:09:55 State Azure - Anthropocene - 01:15:45
  2. This is my attempt at making Goa Trance with an "IDM" structure. The track is long, but I wanted to add a lot of progression, and a shorter track time wouldn't do.
  3. Tracklist: 1. Arce - Radar 07:16 2. Arce - Liquido 06:07 3. Arce - El Colgado 04:30 http://soo.su/news/arce-radar/2016-06-03-10
  4. I'm really digging on some of the new, progressive industrial stuff coming out like Comaduster The Synthetic Dream Foundation Geomatic Anyone have some other artists to suggest that sound similar to stuff like this? http://mythicalrecords.bandcamp.com/track/in-letters-of-black-night
  5. Welcome to the Smörgåsbord, an eclectic selection of delectable audio treats and sonic snacks for your ears. Compiled by Jeremy's Aura and jointly released by Omnitropic and Maia Brasil Records, this release brings together an extraordinarily talented group of playful, fun-loving musicians. Each and every artist on board has a distinct sound with no compromise to artistic individuality and integrity. This compilation is presented with the simple intention of sharing the one thing we all have in commonthe love of music! 01 - Globular - Playing For Rain (101 BPM) 02 - TRD - Derive And Detach (85 BPM) 03 - Radioactive Sandwich - Everything Is Awesome (65 BPM) 04 - Jeremy's Aura - Drinking Cornish Clouds (105 BPM) 05 - Easily Embarrassed - The Capital (96 BPM) 06 - Shantam - Fiddle Sticks (100 BPM) 07 - Spacey Koala - My Cat Is A Dragon (108/128 BPM) 08 - Tron Sepia - Salamander (137.77 BPM) 09 - Supersillyus - Enigmagician (99 BPM) 10 - Ekoplex - Nama (128 BPM) 11 - Zoungla - Flower Sun (75 BPM) Additional credits are listed on the Omnitropic web site. Download it direct from Omnitropic or Ektoplazm: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/smorgasbord http://omnitropic.com/smorgasbord/ Omnitropic web site: http://omnitropic.com Omnitropic on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Omnitropic Omnitropic on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Omnitropic
  6. Artist: Sound Strider Title: Intrepid Travels EP Label: La Briche Records Date: February, 2014 01 - The Stakes (115 BPM) 02 - Menlo Park (115 BPM) 03 - Childhoods End (115 BPM) 04 - Limit (130 BPM) 05 - Betoniere (105 BPM) Gritty beats, juicy bass, and samples aplenty is what you get here. Throw in some turntablism and the recipe for nasty in a good way is there. Sometimes the percussion is off beat on purpose which is kinda cool. I feel they do themselves a disservice though with the extended length of their tracks at this slow bpm. What's that? They're not that long? So why the f*ck did it feel like I was running through pudding? Childhood Dream sounded like a slow depressive spiral where they were just f*cking with their machines. Betoniere was random messing about to my ears. The whole thing didn't have enough variation to fill the space. It's an...interesting break from the everyday I would say... In May... On a stack of hay... If you're...gay? *phone rings* "Hello? You're with who? Ah, human resources. Yes, I understand, I'll...I'll be right up" Damn, that's the third time this week. They must really like me. Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  7. Epicuros - Artificial Intelligence (vol. 3) Mixcloud 01. Vangelis - Deckard meets Rachael 02. SCANN-TEC - Hello Human (live edit) 03. Ray Charles - Say No More (Sinoptik Music Remix) 04. Zero Cult - Seclution 05. Chilling Matenda - Flashback 06. Human Blue - Wonderworld 07. Antiloop - Analogue Relaxation 08. Bluetech - Enter the Lovely 09. Sundial Aeon - Aerospace Labyrinth 10. Ten Madison - After the Cut 11. Lounge Conjunction - Composite Five 12. Koan - Odysseus Under the Old Tree 13. Sesen - Sun Ritual 14. Scann-Tec - Aviator 15. Koan - The Island of Deceased Ships 16. Gysnoize - Everything And Nothing 17. Phutureprimitive - Cryogenic Dreams 18. The XX - Intro ps. And Happy New Year 2014 everyone!! ✩✩ \ (•◡•) /
  8. Ares Voo – Atmologic Free Music | Downtempo, Psybreaks | April 15, 2014 | Posted by Basilisk 01 - Atmologic (120 BPM) 02 - The One (125 BPM) 03 - Stelios (125 BPM) Atmologic is the debut release from Ares Voo (Aris Voultsos), an electronic music producer and DJ from Thessaloniki, Greece. Here he demonstrates a modern fusion of psychedelic chill out and atmospheric psybreaks music, combining ambient moods with progressive synth-work to tell new stories through sound. Mastered by Tasos Papalias. MP3 Download | FLAC Download | WAV Download Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage. DOWNLOAD HERE aresvoo.com
  9. We have gathered together a list of around 400 psychill releases of 2013 and we hope you will find something new and magic for your taste. - This list is ongoing project and we will update the 2013 and 2014 list on a bi-monthly basis. - If you want to propose us a release to add to our list please make a comment to this page with all necessary information. We will review your submission and update information in next update. - Do not forget to support artist and buy their music full post is here => http://www.psybient.org/love/2013-releases-psychill-ambient-downtempo/
  10. Max Million's first EP "Afterimages" released on TBMr Records digitally and physical on 14 Feb aswell in all major platforms After multiple features on various label compilations including Ultimae records , here comes Afterimages , Max Million's first four track EP on TBMr Records This is the official teaser Audio mastering by Vincent Villuis | Ultimae Studio Video by KOMMAK LIMITED EDITION CD out 14 Feb 2014 on TBMr Records. Reserve a copy here: http://thinkbabymusic.com/node/217 Digital Release OUT NOW > https://thinkbabymusic.bandcamp.com/album/max-million-afterimages
  11. Well, i believe you know the rules already from the existing General Psytrance game, except rating can be made in numbers, letters or whatever numerical system... So, the posting and rating here involves anything non-psy relative. House genres, Techno fields, Drum & Bass breaking into the Jungle, Progressive Trance, IDM, Breaks, Chillout, Dub styles, Gabba, etc and whatever... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_nks8qUnxA
  12. Artist: Autechre TItle: Amber Label: Warp Records Date: November, 1994 1. Foil 2. Montreal 3. Silverside 4. Slip 5. Glitch 6. Piezo 7. Nine 8. Further 9. Yulquen 10. Nil 11. Teartear I don't get it. This project and this album in particular has a huge following so I figured I'd put it to the test. I don't want to piss on anyone's parade, but it's hard to see why people fawn all over this. I would put anything that Solar Fields, Aes Dana, Asura, Astropilot, or Koan has done over this. I realize it's almost twenty years old, but a classic should be a classic. The sound is techno combined with ambient textures. It's repetitive and doesn't evolve all that much. Perhaps it's a situation where those that grew up with this marked special times in their lives. Perhaps it was a soundtrack for those special and important moments. Because technically I'm not impressed. I'm ok with not liking it. That's why there is so much music out there. Something for everyone. But for those that love it, I wouldn't mind hearing why. Mdk
  13. Artist: Unikorp Title: World Traveller EP Label: DVSM Records Date: October, 2013 1. World Traveller 2. Low Gardens 3. India 4. A New Journey 5. Far Sight Thank God I don't have to be subjected to music from this assclown. There is no amount of nut punching that would allow me to atone for being a fan of his. Think his mom would mind if we tried to shove him back up her uterus? She could keep the money, but I'd say we'd have to weld that portal closed in return. I'm so glad that I listen to this music. I'd sooner crawl across broken glass soaked in the AIDS virus than have to be subjected to the crap that seems popular these days. Yeah this music has been kind to me. Not just for the music but for the incredible people I've "met" around the globe. I'm pretty good at geography, but let's be honest since that ugliness in what was once Yugoslavia occurred, I couldn't find Serbia or Croatia on a map if you pointed to it. Nonetheless, I have met more than enough people from that region and they've all been fantastic. Alex Ortegren is another one of those kind souls. Otherwise known as Kiriyama he's from Sweden and everyone knows where that is (thank you Swedish Bikini Team). Thanks to his album Reach Escape Velocity (one of the best forest/goa albums ever) I wrote him and we've kept in contact. Nothing but kindness from that guy. So when he sent me some tracks to give a listen I was only too happy to oblige. This is Renato Moreira from Portugal who also is the brains behind the LAB project. Check out his Clean Air Turbulence EP...good stuff. Now DVSM records is known primarily for the dark stuff, but this EP is a full 180 degree turn from that. I love seeing labels experiment with different genres. First thing you'll pick up on is the short track times. Aside from the 1st and third track nothing is over 4 minutes, so a sampling you shall have. World Traveller is all about the dub and the Indian chanting, mid tempo stuff. Low Garden picks up the pace and still has that dubby bass. India as you would expect has a female Indian vocal as well as instruments recognizable from that region. Near the end there is a slight flirtation with goa and that makes me smile. A New Journey has a cool break beat and clever percussion to go along with its moody atmosphere. Far Sight brings the DnB and even though I don't follow that genre at all it still sounded lush and very competent. My favorite is the bonus track called 3rd Generation as it seems nicely chaotic and warm. Totally different from what I was expecting from this label. Eerie at times, but not dark at all. He's all over the place on this one touching on numerous styles. Because of the short track times I'm not certain whether he's just experimenting with stuff to see what he likes or throwing stuff on the wall to see what appeals to people. The sound quality is top notch as it was mastered by none other than Colin "OOOD" Benunm. Another cool aspect is the interactive site which has a really good design. Thanks for the listen gentlemen. DVSM Records Mdk
  14. Astroschnautzer – Twå Album: Twå Artist: Astroschnautzer Genre: IDM, Glitch Label: Freudian Slip Records When: May 2013 Size: 161MB License: CC Price: Free and Donations Track List: 01 - Yks 02 - Twå 03 - Weird-O Komp-O 04 - Plan C 05 - Vapaaehtoinen Taidebiisi 06 - Worm Song 07 - Walkman 08 - Muukalais-Dub 09 - Aalto 10 - Korton 11 - Dögge 12 - Bb-Dub 13 - Psyko-Paatti 14 - Snapper Tuna 15 - Aa:n Kahvila 16 - Space Humppa Although definitely interesting, slightly entertaining, and unique, the clattered clinking and scratching of Twå has a lot of room for improvement. This glitchy full-length album contains a series of seemingly random tracks that go all across the borders with drum n bass, ambient, glitch-hop, IDM, breakbeat, and lo-fi techniques. Experimenting with different styles, Astrochnautzer takes us through some glitchafied, drum-stepping, bit crushed projects. There are a few really sweet tracks on here, but at the same time there are some that should have simply been left out. Focusing on the classics with a boost of his own originality, the artist brings some chilled and mellow personalities with an added spray of freshness and downright quirkiness. The balance between the two, however, is unenjoyable at times. There needs to be more structure and organization to the “uniqueness” captured in each track. Snapper Tuna, for example, leaves a well balanced, smoothly progressive, and satisfying taste in my mouth. Worm Song is one of the tracks that does the opposite, based around a series of unfitting sounds that can prompt headaches. To the artist, I would strongly recommend taking this album as a great learning experience. It seems to be highly experimental, dabbling inside never-personally-done-before ideas. It is always good to try out new things so you can improve and expand your style. In fact, I urge people to reach out for new innovations. In this case, I suggest walking away from most tracks in this album, honing in to the better compositions. Snapper Tuna, Plan C, and Korton. Stay away from too many voice samples, bit crushed wobbles, and unfitting synth zaps and drum smashes. Everything needs to be done in moderation, as I like to say. Keep your chill like attitude and progress your tracks to have more meaningful climaxes, leaving the listener craving for that certain sappy synth. Spend more time crafting your sounds and it will be very rewarding. Think of it like this: Every sound is a puzzle piece. Put each sound together to form the perfect picture. If you put together pieces that don’t fit, the picture won’t make much sense. Keep up your hard work and good luck with your glitch experiments! 6/10 Download here on Ektoplazm (MP3, FLAC, WAV) - Review by FatKidWitaJetPak (Nick Sumbles) - Special Thank to Ektoplazm for the download bandwidth.
  15. The Neogoa netlabel proudly presents Slow Tachyon, the cerebral debut of SoulQuark (Clément Laporte), a talented newcomer from France. The music of SoulQuark can be described as deep and emotional downtempo with strong influences from IDM and tribal music, all spiced up with enchanting vocals and cinematic atmospheres. Mastering by Clement Bastiat AKA Cubic Spline (Hadra) with artwork design by Richpa at Neogoa Design. 01 - Nitrogen Narcosis (106 BPM) 02 - Soul Bruise (113 BPM) 03 - Tāne Mahuta (130 BPM) 04 - Celestine Language (120 BPM) 05 - Lost In Frozen Dream (? BPM) MP3/WAV/FLAC FREE DOWNLOAD @ Ektoplazm: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/soulquark-slow-tachyon WEBSITE: http://neogoanetlabel.tumblr.com
  16. Psydance Records welcomes young and eager Eclise from Russia to the family! With profoundly beautiful chillout music to the likes of Disia, he brings us two of his own tracks that are sensible, majestic and winterishly wonderful! Pure relaxing music with a large touch of splendor! Tracklist: 01. Astronaut Breathe 4:33 02. Weightless Water 4:07 credits released 09 May 2013 written and produced by Eclise mastered by Stryder cover art by Eclise Catalogue#: PSD008 All Rights Reserved © Psydance Records 2013 http://psydance.bandcamp.com/album/astronaut-breathe
  17. Hello, this is the first IDM-ish downtempo track I've produced. Enjoy. https://soundcloud.com/cynodelic/smell-of-autumn"> https://soundcloud.com/cynodelic/smell-of-autumn" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="100%">
  18. Artist: Atman Construction Title: Elysian Terraform Label: Liquid Seed Recordings Date: December, 2012 01 - Aventurescence (143 BPM) 02 - Parallax View (143 BPM) 03 - Solipsysm (135 BPM) Three things I know: One, the striking artwork is done by Paul Sargent Two, it's mastered by Colin Oood Bennun. And three, I have no idea who is the mind behind this project. So I can only assume it is aliens who are not ready to reveal themselves to us as of yet. And it sounds like what aliens might make. They take everything that they hear and put it into a track. Downtempo with glitchy effects as well as sounds that aren't from this planet. It can be aggressive and relaxing often within the same track. But don't think you're gonna take a nap with this one. It is outstandingly lush with layers of sonic goodness that can be noisy and then float worthy. Recommended. What the hell you got going over there Basilisk? Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  19. So this is probably the most interesting mix I've ever done. Firstly, I want to make sure everyone understands that the title of the mix or the genre tag "braindance" is implying no sort of pretentious measure of intelligence on the listener, to where only "smart people" can listen to this. However, you must enter this mix with an open mind. I have ventured into some very experimental territory, playing tracks with rich textures, crystal-clear melodies, and neuron-tickling soundscapes that rely heavily on glitching and programming. I had an awesome time making this. Mordant Music - ModeM [Mordant Music] Access To Arasaka - Nypox [spectraliquid] Sourone - Things Materialize [uP] Ryanosaurus - Binary System [uP] Barry Koota - I Came From There [uP] Whitebear - Earthquake [uP] Bogmon - Demons May Trail (Databrokers Remix) [buried In Time] Shwex & Mumukshu - Elements of Antiquity [Enigmatik] LuneCell - Supernova [Vermin Street] Phsiris - Digital Dream (Itsu Remix) [Enigmatik] Tron Sepia - Flange [Fish 'n Trips] Zebbler Encanti Experience - Psychic Projections (ft. Dante Bucci) [Gravitas] Mr. Bill - Balance (Mindbuffer Remix) [Adapted] Mindbuffer - PanFM (Whitebear Remix) [Enigmatik] Electrocado vs The Mollusk - Circle Jerk [Adapted] Download link: Ziptnf - Intelligence Quotient [braindance/heavy psystep] 1:02:50 144MB ~320kbps Soundcloud link Image credit to hyperblade416. Also made a seizure inducing version. Enjoy!
  20. Artist: Aural Planet Title: 5 EX Engine Label: Vivo Date: 2002 1. Paleo 2. Stimulation Part 3 3. Subtropolis 10893 4. Subtropolis 10893 (Crankshaft Blossmx) 5. Subtropolis 10893 (Auralp rmx) 6. Necrodelica 7. Upsilon 8. Phoebus 9. Costa Del Nymphos 10. Gene 11. Subtropolis 10893 (Nemezis Rmx) I'm sorry what the f*ck? This is Jacek Dojwa, Konrad Gmurek, Radosław Kochman, and Adam Skorupa from Poland who later became Sundial Aeon. They no longer release music as this project, but they have to be one of the most varied acts I have ever heard. Other than the train wreck that continues to call itself Infected Mushroom of course. Their first album Lightflow was a downtempo and ambient gem followed up by Part: Seconde which was some awesome goa trance. This is their 3rd full length release and they have officially left the reservation and gone rogue. "You betcha! Pew! Pew!" Nothing wrong with trying to stretch the creative legs right? Paleo- What begins as a slow industrial moody sumb*tch turns into a drum n bass/Jungle rocker that is heavy on the distortion. It's like Mario just said f*ck it and started banging on pipes. Throw in an airy female cry and all of a sudden I'm looking over my shoulder. Very futuristic and awesome Dance with me sprocket! Stimulation (part Three)- "I keep thinking that what we need is a new language. A language of the heart." This is Aural Planet correct? Heavy technoid beats and farty bass pound one out while a sample tells me not to move. Kinda hard though because this is funky sh*t. DnB and jungle riffs join the party and I am really wondering what I've just stepped in. Subtropolis 10893- This is the first of four versions of the same track. Usually I don't like where that's going, but let's see what happens. With a futuristic and industrial sounding breakbeat we are off. It begins to get a little cluttered even though the very hard hitting bass slam is present thoughout. And when the hell did Blade Runner get here? Saxophone? Interesting. Subtropolis 10893 (Crankshaft Blossmx)- There are more melodies here and he upped the glitch factor as well. The break slinks like it's trying not to be noticed and there is a whole eerie presence. I'm picturing liquid silver rolling on black marble and I have no idea why. I liked it better than the original until it sounded like my tape just got ate up. Remember cassetes? No. You probably don't. Subtropolis 10893 (Auralp rmx)- With some clunky loops a dubby beat forms the foundation. Now these guys know how to do remixes. If I didn't have the tracklist there is no way I would know these were remixes. It's noiser in a non melodic way with effects banging away like he was in a factory somewhere. Meh. Necrodelica- "There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission." No but there is something wrong with my player. It's making these harsh, shrill sounds that me no likey. That sample? Hope you like it because they beat you over the head with it. Upsilon- Like the rest of the tracks it sounds very electronic and cold with a heavy techno beat. Phoebus- The funky electro breakbeat has some appeal as electronic effects that sound like the whales song hum throughout. But it didn't stay with me. Like Arby's. Costa Del Nymphos- More breakbeat electro all up in your earhole. And just like that...it's forgotten. Gene- Floaty downtempo with a hammond organ I believe. Very trippy, and actually warm. Probably my favorite along with Paleo. Subtropolis 10893 (Nemezis Rmx)- The last remix of this track and it sounds nothing like the original so good stuff there. The saxophone is distorted and scratchy as other electronic sounds are strangled over top. Sounds of bottle being knocked over, birds chirping, One thing I will say is that this is very different from any of their previous releases. It's very electronic with a futuristic feel. It's also all over the genre map. Techno, industrial, breakbeat, DnB,...everything but trance. Nice to listen to something that isn't in 4/4 time and hi-hats blazing. Most of the tracks are fairly short compared to psychedelic styles as only 2 are over 7 minutes. There wasn't a standout track for me, but the journey was enjoyable. I would recommend it for a listen, but it wouldn't be something that I would listen to regularly. Mdk
  21. Krusseldorf- From Soil to Space (AlephZ18) Listen & read: http://aleph-zero.info/cd-176/Krusseldorf--/From-Soil-to-Space/details.html Release Date: October 17, 2011 Krusseldorf is Simon Heath, a diverse genre-crossing musician and producer working on many projects in different constellations and with 18 full length albums behind him over the years and many more EPs and single releases. Besides Krusseldorf, two of his more famous projects are Atrium Carceri and Za Frûmi. Aleph Zero is proud to have Krusseldorf join its family, following releases in Beats & Pieces, Iboga and Sofa Beats. From Soil to Space is an album where we feel Simon has really reached a new height in his musical creation. He presents here a deep musical journey ranging on wide spectrums on many levels, as the album name aptly explains. It’s challenging and yet dreamy, psychedelic and atmospheric, journeying through dark depths, contemplative moments and optimistic caressing melodies. The music is always very visual and highly cinematic, and there’s always another layer to discover. Track list: 1. Geometrics 2. Boxing 3. The Cell 4. First Blood 5. From Soil to Space 6. Click 7. Deep Fulgin 8. Tokyo Nights 9. Soe Doe 10. Deep into the Bowl 11. Choclop 12. Zyclops 13. A Head under the Towel How to get it: CDs: http://www.aleph-zero.info/cd-176/Krusseldorf--/From-Soil-to-Space/details.html http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/krusseldorf3 http://www.amazon.com/Soil-Space-Krusseldorf/dp/B005OR5AEK/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1318771352&sr=8-2 http://www.psyshop.com/shop/CDs/ale/ale1cd018.html http://www.saikosounds.com/english/display_release.asp?id=8894 http://beatspace.com/6656/Aleph+Zero+Records/KRUSSELDORF/From+Soil+To+Space/detail.aspx http://www.goastore.ch/product_info.php?products_id=4658&osCsid=f28f069f88633d43588ad529c4891986 http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?pid=8613505 Downloads: http://alephzerorecords.bandcamp.com/album/from-soil-to-space http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/krusseldorf3 http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/from-soil-to-space/id465522810 http://www.amazon.com/From-Soil-to-Space/dp/B005NHGV6M/ref=tmm_msc_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1318771352&sr=8-2 http://www.junodownload.com/products/from-soil-to-space/1830468-02/ http://www.emusic.com/listen/#/album/Krusseldorf-From-Soil-to-Space-MP3-Download/12823709.html http://www.beatport.com/release/from-soil-to-space/683324 http://bigpondmusic.com/album/krusseldorf/from-soil-to-space .
  22. Artist: Alexander Dancaless Title: Boldness of dream Label: Time Resonance Music Style: IDM, Glitch, Downtempo, Triphop, Chillout info: This is the first IDM-release from russian musician Alexander Dancaless. At the age of 20 he combines creating club dance music and IDM, aspires to find something new for his listeners. Melancholic pensiveness embodied into the music. The uncommon approach to the beats, romantic melodies and fresh look at the electronic sound. The vocal part and lyrics of the Boldness of dream track are done by Katinda Track list: 1_Puzzless 2_Alexander Dancaless feat. Katinda - Boldness of dream 3_Irreversibility 4_Time of low clouds 5_Nacreous poison LISTEN&DOWNLOAD: http://www.timereson...ldness-of-dream ...
  23. mote. Dust Particle 01. - Dust Particle 02. - Widachi 03. - Life is Large Floating through the atmosphere, unnoticed, a microcosm of particles exists in the space that the human perceives as nothingness. So too, in the macroscopic universe, the human is an infinitely small speck, a particle, a mote. Dust Particle is the free debut EP release from mote from Brisbane, Australia; a carefully crafted sonic sculpture inspired by the journey of space dust floating through the atmosphere. With melodies shimmering like dust glinting in the morning sun, and orchestration that lulls you into a sweet melancholia; dust particle leaves you with a taste of things to come. Artwork by Lewis Smart (AsylumSeaker) Mastering by Felix Greenlees (Terrafractyl) Released 22/01/2012 http://www.mote-music.bandcamp.com also now available on Ektoplazm! http://www.ektoplazm...e-dust-particle
  24. Artist: Erode Title: Horizon Label: Tympanik Audio Date: July, 2011 1. 10950 2. Detect 3. Approach 4. Horizon 5. Overcome 6. Wither 7. - 8. Annoy 9. Disengage 10. Horizon (Kadrage Remix) 11. Brutal Romance (Erode Remix) - Deadlock This one goes out to Ivan because he likes Death Metal. And I'm afraid of it. I cannot recall how I came to know about this release, but here it is. This is Alexander Dietz and he used to be (is he still in it? Somehow I let my subscription to Kerrang lapse.) in a German metal band called Heaven Shall Burn. How uplifting and holy. Well now he shows his...umm, softer side I guess and presents us with his debut electronic album. It's filled with droning pads, repeated chords full of ambience as well as crunchy percussion. Most of it is downtempo and all of it sounds like the beautiful cover art looks. Done by Colin Marks of Rain Sound Design. Just thought I would give him a plug since he did such a great job. It's cloudy day music with an industrial bent as well as some haunting melodies. You can tell it was made by a guy who was into metal with the angry/dark track titles. But the music vassilates between pensive downtempo and outright rage with a remix of a Deadlock track at the end complete with the industrial screams that remind me a lot of FLA. Standouts? Well, I liked the track Wither with its soft pads and at times chaotic percussion. Gave me a feel of post apocalyptic regret. The interlude (-? What the f*ck is up with that title? That's what you came up with? How about...I dunno, B*tch gave me herpes or something.) sounded nice in its simplicity and the electronic scraping of Annoy was backed by a beautiful pad set that devolved into a drum n' bass hum. Pretty cool. Disengage had a nice soft synth pad before it devolved into a glitchy rhythm set. While not very deep it does stay within the confines of it's dark and mysterious theme. I say good for him for stepping outside his comfort zone and trying something different. I hope he continues in this vein as I would love to see how his music evolves. Not the metal though. I don't need my music screaming at me. I have a wife for that. You can get it here. Mdk
  25. Artist: Mindex Title: The Neverland Label: Time Resonance Music Genre: Downtempo, IDM, Jazzy, Psychedelic Time Resonance Music and Acidsamover records presents new work from Mindex. The new album has gathered together elements of many styles and genres, from gentle IDM and pensive TripHop to dynamic Drum and Bass and Funk. All tracks united with Chillout mood. The sounds from this album will involve your mind on a journey through the fairy-tale world where you can enjoy the crystalline landscapes of fantastic shapes, and get acquainted with its inhabitants and heroes. You will look at the past and future, inward. In the end you will be carried through the expanses of infinity in a super comfortable time machine with a soft chair and a huge viewport. FREE Download: (enter zero price for free download) http://timeresonance...m/the-neverland Buy digital: http://www.beatport....everland/436457 PURCHASE CD: http://beatspace.com/6256/Acidsamovar Records/MINDEX/The Neverland/detail.aspx
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