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V 2.0-2.9
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V 2.0-2.9 (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AI 08. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. V 2.0-2.1 (18:00)
  2. V 2.2-2.3 (18:01)
  3. V 2.4-2.7 (17:58)
  4. V 2.8-2.9 (17:58)
Review: Way back in 1996, Rod Modell (he of Deepchord and Echospace fame) joined forces with Chris Troy as Waveform Transmission. They released one, CD-only album, V1.0-1.9, before going their separate ways. 21 years on, they've reunited for this superb follow-up on Astral Industries. While there are naturally plenty of nods towards Modell's usual densely layered, ultra-textured sound - think manipulated field recordings and lashings of outboard analogue effects - for the most part the set is far dreamier and more melodically precise than his ambient works; a testament, perhaps, to Troy's influence. Either way, the resultant tracks are, for the most part, breathtakingly good, sitting somewhere between gently drifting aural meditations and Pete Namlook style deep space soundscapes.
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Oceania
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Oceania (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERS 028. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Intro
  2. Tahiti Blue
  3. Lotus Island
  4. Suboceania
  5. Kakuda
  6. Tradewinds
  7. Archipelago
  8. Tangaroa
Review: Following an appearance on the Schleissen series, Tropical Hi-Fi makes a return to Emotional Response with some delightful exotica laced musings perfect for static real world situations, not to mention mind trips to distant shores. Just try listening to the steel guitar lilt and percussive tumble of "Tahiti Blue" and not having the image of a balmy, breezy island scene in your third eye. At times the record drifts off into experimental, field recording focused territory, and occasionally the machines take over for a more electronic experience, but throughout the playful inspiration of exotica binds this wonderfully realised record together.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Into My Own
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Into My Own (limited gatefold transparent vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ASIPV 009. Rel: 28 Aug 17
  1. Pilgrim (4:45)
  2. We Just Scratched The Surface (4:18)
  3. Ein Kleines Lied (2:22)
  4. Walk On Leaves (3:48)
  5. Dornenreich (3:54)
  6. It Turned Blue (3:27)
  7. Lightbeams (2:53)
  8. Perpetuum II (6:26)
  9. The Return (2:56)
  10. Lyyrian (3:38)
  11. Morning Fog (3:32)
  12. Stars Collide (3:17)
Review: Mary Anne Hobbs has been waxing lyrical about this sophomore collaborative set from Arovane and Hior Chronik, and it's easy to see why. The album's genius lies in the duo's atmospheric combination of crackling field recordings, lucid electronic instrumentation, and the melancholic poignancy of classic piano motifs. While they're naturally more at home delivering atmospheric, slowly unfurling ambient pieces - and there are plenty scattered across the album - the production pair's more up-tempo efforts are generally equally as impressive. Tracks such as "Lightbeams", 'Perpetum II" and "Eines Klein Lied", where their beautiful music is underpinned by bustling and bubbly machine percussion, are particularly impressive.
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Raum
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Raum (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WTNLP 08. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Umwelt (14:14)
  2. Luft (7:56)
  3. Fragment (16:10)
  4. Korper (5:57)
Review: A captivating suite of meditative 'pulse Minimalism' from Japanese architect and sound designer H Takahashi. The Raum album takes its cues from a melting pot of closely connected yet wholly individual strands of the genre: from the Japanese works of Hiroshi Yoshimura and Satoshi Ashikawa, to masters such as Erik Satie and John Cage, and ambient leaders Brian Eno and Roedelius. Takahashi soaks this historical influence and rings it out through a modern filter to create a record of stillness, ethereal beauty and transcendent energy. He recorded the album over two years entirely on his iPhone.
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Bubbles EP
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Bubbles EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DD 005. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Mars Water
  2. Bubbles
  3. How Good Is The Party
  4. Twotet
Review: Dream Diary is a label operating out of Brixton that has previously featured the likes of Afriqua, Tom Gillieron and Richie Littler on its roster, and now it's the turn of the head honcho Oslo Roma to serve up some more of that subversive four-to-the-floor business. "Mars Water" is an infectious minimal roller with bass that wraps itself around your cerebellum and pulls you in deeper, while "Bubbles" does the same but without any drums to buffet it along. "How Good Is The Party" is a more experimental affair that deals with off kilter rhythmic fragments and spaced out textures, leaving EP closer "Twotet" to drop a more immediate slice of electro on the situation.
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Untitled
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Untitled (limited 180 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: BLUNDAR 3. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Review: Blundar is a label shrouded in mystery, although it seems aligned with artists like Lowtec and those orbiting crews like Smallville. The latest transmission on the dusty house imprint comes from STL, whose disheveled sounds is a natural fit for what has come before on Blundar. "Track 1" peers through a thick haze of smoke, exhaling pads and drones and keeping the bass pulsing throughout. The rest of the EP is given over to experimental and ambient tones, with the second track on Side B being an especially arresting piece loaded with melancholic contemplation. It's another strong addition to the Blundar repertoire, and another example of STL's skills and adaptability in the studio.
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Private Life
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Cat: MFM 021. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Apocalyptic Sunrise (3:29)
  2. Right Now (1:38)
  3. Slow Motion (8:10)
  4. It's Time (6:01)
  5. Sweet Dreams (2:36)
  6. Angel Reflections (4:20)
  7. Home (5:13)
  8. The End Theme
Review: Not a lot is known about Garrett besides Music From Memory's description of him/her as a 'mysterious producer out of Los Angeles'. Background information is superfluous when the compositions sparkle and shine as much as this, though... The swooning G-funk subversion of "Sweet Dreams", the hazy jazz sequence of "Angel Reflections", the slo-mo ebb and flow of "Right Noe". Even without Abel, Tiller and Reyenga's spotless seal of approval, this one's a guaranteed keeper.
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Lunar Cruise (reissue)
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Lunar Cruise (reissue) (LP + CD + insert)
Cat: WRWTFWW 20. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Nahm (4:22)
  2. Ancient Palace (4:55)
  3. A Vanished Illusion (5:19)
  4. Jyomuran (2:49)
  5. Monody (5:08)
  6. In "D" (4:49)
  7. Madorone (3:41)
  8. Chang-Dra (10:46)
  9. Lunar Cruise (5:32)
  10. Iron Paradise
  11. Nahm
  12. Ancient Palace
  13. A Vanished Illusion
  14. Jyomuran
  15. Monody
  16. In D
  17. Madorone
  18. Chang-Dra
  19. Lunar Cruise
Review: Earlier in the year, WRWTFWW and Palto Flats both reissued Japanese percussionist Midori Takada's brilliant 1983 debut album, Through The Looking Glass. Now WRWTFWW has gone a step further, releasing another hard-to-find touchstone of Japanese ambient: Takada's 1990 collaboration with jazz pianist Masahiko Satoh, Lunar Cruise. It's another sublime set, all told, with Takada's impeccable percussion work - both jazz-style free drumming and more melodious instruments such as marimba, kalimba and xylophone - being complemented by Satah's slick and atmospheric synthesziers. It's perhaps a little more challenging in places than Through The Looking Glass - some tracks are dense and tribal in tone, or unashamedly experimental - but rarely less than wonderfully atmospheric.
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Shinjuku Lights
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Cat: CLAVE 002. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Shinjuku Lights 1 (3:10)
  2. Shinjuku Blue (7:08)
  3. Shinjuku Lights 05 (6:10)
  4. Shinjuku Lights 07 (5:17)
  5. Shinjuku Lights 04 (5:47)
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
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Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 02 Sep 13
  1. Xtal
  2. Tha
  3. Pulsewidth
  4. Ageispolis
  5. I
  6. Green Calx
  7. Heliosphan
  8. We Are The Music Makers
  9. Schottkey 7th Path
  10. Ptolemy
  11. Hedphelym
  12. Delphium
  13. Actium
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Geisterfaust (reissue)
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Geisterfaust (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PIAS 39223291LP. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Zeigefinger (20:22)
  2. Ringfinger (10:21)
  3. Mittelfinger (11:55)
  4. Daumen (8:05)
  5. Kleiner Finger (7:33)
Review: In recent months, PIAS has re-released numerous albums from Bohren & Der Club Of Gore, a cult post-hardcore band that found fame by developing their own distinctive brand of "doom-ridden jazz music". The latest album to get the reissue treatment is 2005's Geisterfaust. It originally appeared three years after Black Earth, a macabre and unsettling full-length that remains their most celebrated work. The five epic tracks that make up Geisterfaust are a little lighter in tone, though still thoroughly absorbing and cloaked in the band's usual hazy atmospheres. At times the music tends towards the melancholic, with 20-minute opener "Zeigefinger" offering a near perfect blend of slowly evolving ambient jazz motifs and foreboding drum hits.
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Internal Ambience
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Internal Ambience (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PAN 003. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Part 1
  2. Part 7 (with Nick Ossia)
  3. Part 5 (with Nick Ossia)
  4. Part 3
Review: Previously spotted on Udacha and sharing an excellent LP with A.E.M., Dices has already demonstrated a knack for wonderfully delicate ambient compositions and off-kilter 4/4, and the goods just keep on coming via this stunning 12" for Rough House Rosie offshoot Pandora. "Part 1" is a wonderful opening gambit powered by lightly pattering percussion, while "Part 7" enlists the help of Nick Ossia to float off into the swirliest of liquid synth baths. Ossia is also on hand to help with the more abstract sonic shapes of "Part 5", while "Part 3" provides a wonderfully energised, drum-rich ending to a truly standout EP.
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Tropic
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Tropic (clear vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: AATP 58V. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. The Fate Of Less Valuable Animals (1994) (24:37)
  2. Darkness Was Here Yesterday (1995) (24:12)
Review: British dark ambient legends O Yuki Conjugate return with their first album in over twenty years. The material on their new album entitled Tropic was actually recorded in the mid nineties and is said to be a follow up to their last album Equator, released in 1995. The three remaining members of the collective are Andrew Hulme, Rob Jenkins And Roger Horberry who over the years released on such esteemed labels as Staalplaat, Soleilmoon and their own Final Image imprint.
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The Space Between Us (remastered)
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The Space Between Us (remastered) (2xLP + MP3 download code)
UMC
Cat: 575893 9. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Weather Storm (6:02)
  2. This Love (6:16)
  3. Sly II (5:18)
  4. After The Storm (5:01)
  5. Laura's Theme (5:28)
  6. My Father (3:07)
  7. Balcony Scene (Romeo & Juliet) (4:12)
  8. Rise (4:23)
  9. Glasgow (5:13)
  10. Let's Go Out Tonight (6:05)
  11. Childhood (5:35)
  12. Hymn (1:14)
  13. Canto (6:34)
  14. Mackenzie (6:18)
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Trans Canada Highway
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Cat: WAP 200R. Rel: 18 Nov 13
  1. Dayvan Cowboy
  2. Left Side Drive
  3. Heard From Telegraph Lines
  4. Skyliner
  5. Under The Coke Sign
  6. Dayvan Cowboy (Odd Nosdam remix)
Played by: Radiocuts
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The Distance
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The Distance (heavyweight vinyl LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 018. Rel: 24 Apr 17
  1. Breathe (6:33)
  2. The Distance (6:07)
  3. Dancing Rain (2:54)
  4. Suspended Motion (7:19)
  5. Ceremony (5:24)
  6. TOR (5:35)
  7. Four For You (5:51)
  8. Another Place (4:17)
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Sad Beach EP
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Sad Beach EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: U 09. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Sailing On A Black Sea
  2. Sad Beach
  3. Through The Desert Land
  4. Seaport Theme
  5. Water Plain
Review: Uber's latest offering is a sublime 5 track ep from French producer Shelter. Sailing On A Black sea is a drifting piece of ambient electronica. Late night stargazing on the deck with the waves gently lapping on the shore. Sad Beach continues with the layered textures with a little more of a percussive feel. through the Desert Land is shimmering mesmerising journey through the dunes with loose congas soft guitars and a hypnotic Jews Harp. Seaport theme continues the coastal vibrations but with a touch of bounce and uplifting choral vocal stabs and louche pads. Finally Water Plain closes the journey with kalimbas and xylophonic melodies and the contining theme of phosphoescent seas and soothing synth sounds. A very accopmlished slice of beach bar balearica destined for sunsets around the med for years to come.
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Vendredi
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Vendredi (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UMHS 10. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Vendredi
  2. Azan
  3. Cello Panetta feat Rreplay
Review: As Until My Heart Stops turns 10, we head back across the Atlantic , this time to Boston and a stunning ep from the still hugely under rated DeViere.DeViere is a music producer and radio disc jockey (Progressive Black, 90.3 FM WZBC Newton) based in Boston, Massachusetts. He first came to our attention with the Transcendental Numbers ep on Jamal Moss' Mathematics label in 2012 and we've waited on each release ever since, including last year's huge Future Shock Disco ep (a collaboration with Jamal himself). Here DeViere presents 3 beautiful examples of his deep, soulful craft and a fitting way for UMHS to hit double figures.
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Lunar Cruise (reissue)
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  1. Iron Paradise
  2. Nahm
  3. Ancient Palace
  4. A Vanished Illusion
  5. Jyomuran
  6. Monody
  7. In D
  8. Madorone
  9. Chang-Dra
  10. Lunar Cruise
Review: Earlier in the year, WRWTFWW and Palto Flats both reissued Japanese percussionist Midori Takada's brilliant 1983 debut album, Through The Looking Glass. Now WRWTFWW has gone a step further, releasing another hard-to-find touchstone of Japanese ambient: Takada's 1990 collaboration with jazz pianist Masahiko Satoh, Lunar Cruise. It's another sublime set, all told, with Takada's impeccable percussion work - both jazz-style free drumming and more melodious instruments such as marimba, kalimba and xylophone - being complemented by Satah's slick and atmospheric synthesziers. It's perhaps a little more challenging in places than Through The Looking Glass - some tracks are dense and tribal in tone, or unashamedly experimental - but rarely less than wonderfully atmospheric.
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Through The Looking Glass
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Through The Looking Glass (limited gatefold 180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: WRWTFWW 018. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Mr Henri Rousseau's Dream (12:04)
  2. Crossing (8:51)
  3. Trompe-l'oeil (5:33)
  4. Catastrophe (15:16)
Review: Since slipping out in 1983, Midori Takada's debut album, Through The Looking Glass, has become something of a sought-after item amongst ambient enthusiasts (with hugely inflated online prices to match). Happily, Palto Flats has decided to reissue it, allowing those without overblown record buying budgets to wallow in its gentle, humid majesty. Remarkably, Takada not only composed and produced it, but also played every instrument, including marimbas, recorder, vibraphone, harmonium, and all manner of things you can hit and shake. The resulting tracks remain hugely beguiling, sitting somewhere between a dreamy take on traditional Japanese music, the classic ambient albums of Brian Eno, and the gentle, sweat-soaked explorations of The Chi Factory.
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Anima 1977-2001
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Cat: FRO 008. Rel: 09 Jan 17
  1. Naksitrallide Avamang (0:43)
  2. Naksitrallid (3:39)
  3. Klaabu (3:33)
  4. Linalakk & Rosalind (2:42)
  5. Karsumm (2:49)
  6. Klaabu Kosmoses (2:38)
  7. Klaabu Holjung (1:02)
  8. Klaabu Tiitrid (1:04)
  9. Kassid Rundavad (1:50)
  10. Rotid Rundavad (1:44)
  11. Kingpool & Harakas (1:36)
  12. Ohtu (2:11)
  13. Lunapark (2:17)
  14. Lepatriinude Algus (1:46)
  15. Liigub (1:23)
  16. Lepatriinude Talv (2:52)
  17. Salvadore (1:29)
  18. Lumivalgeke (2:23)
  19. Kadunud Lumivalgeke (2:15)
  20. Lumivalgekese Oo (0:43)
  21. Pakapikud (2:10)
  22. Jingle Bell (2:05)
  23. Lepatriinude Arm (0:54)
  24. Lepatriinude Joulud (3:16)
Review: During the 1970s, Sven Grunberg was a member of Mess, one of Estonia's most notable progressive rock bands of the period. Towards the end of the decade, he began turning his attention towards both soundtrack composition and ambient music, creating meditative electronic workouts partially inspired by his Buddhist faith. Anima 1977-2001 offers a showcase for some of his lesser-known soundtrack work, and is made up of previously unreleased tracks originally recorded for obscure animated films (and, intriguingly, what the label calls a "puppet play"). Naturally, it's all enjoyably eccentric, but also hugely impressive, sitting somewhere between electronic library music and more straightforward cinematic fare.
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UNTHANK 008
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UNTHANK 008 (clear vinyl 10" in screen-printed sleeve repress)
Cat: UNTHANK 008. Rel: 04 Sep 17
  1. Freedom For Antboy II (6:56)
  2. Donny On The River (2:44)
  3. Terragem (8:39)
Review: It would be fair to say that Firecracker offshoot Unthank is a little underrated. The 10" series, which variously focuses on experimental deep house and curious downtempo explorations, has previously showcased superb work from Vakula, Inkswel, Booshank and Lord of the Isles, amongst others. Here, Vancouver's LNRDCRY gets in on the act, opening with a wondrous chunk of horizontal ambience - think dreamy, new age chords, throbbing bass and far-out textures - before delivering a suitably saucer-eyed slice of beatless positivity. The dancefloor's not completely ignored, of course, and the EP's final missive is an intense romp through analogue acid blessed, of course, with LNRDCRY's usual impeccably atmospheric chords.
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Lunar Phase
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Lunar Phase (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: AI 06. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Energy Portal (11:06)
  2. St Giga (11:49)
  3. Lunar Phase (6:26)
  4. Nautilus (6:25)
  5. Cloudless Light (4:38)
  6. Orgone (6:09)
Review: This album is compiled of material composed especially for St. Giga, Japan: a satellite broadcast radio station that transmits ambient music 24 hours a day and whose programming was based around current tidal movements. Composed and mixed by Kim Cascone and originally released on his seminal Silent imprint in 1995. Initially a visual artist, Cascone was said to be drawn to the aural collage of cinema soundtracks. He received formal instruction in structural arrangement and composition of electronic music at the Berklee School of Music until 1973, then went on to study with Dana McCurdy at the New School in Manhattan. After gaining experience as an audio technician, Cascone worked with David Lynch on both the syndicated television pilot 'Twin Peaks' and the movie 'Wild at Heart.' The gorgeous and mesmerising soundscapes on this release are just made for drifting and will certainly appeal to fans of Pete Namlook or Biosphere.
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Two Shadows Collide
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Cat: BING 135. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Touch (4:50)
  2. Two Shadows (5:20)
  3. Lost (2:11)
  4. A Dream On Third (8:19)
  5. Possession (4:13)
  6. Memory Within Memory (3:54)
  7. In Wind (3:21)
  8. Collide (6:25)
Review: Amir Abbey's Secret Pyramid project has been a ray of light all along; ever since the man's first release back in 2010, his material has given the drone and ambient spectrum a different shade of grey, managing to balance something altogether much more soulful and bittersweet amid its illustrious waves of empty sound. This is the producer's sixth studio LP, Two Shadows Collide, and it belongs to that rare category of beatless electronic music that nonetheless manages to lift and entertain with so little. Honestly, tracks like "Two Shadows", "Lost" and "A Dream On Third" make for some needlessly pleasing musical abstractions, taking them on a par with music that's composed of more instruments. Of course, there are moments of total surrealism, such as "Possession", but it's the ones like "Memory Within Memory" that make this album approachable to all sorts of listeners who reside beyond the niche electronic scene. Recommended.
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The Shameless Years
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The Shameless Years (limited coloured vinyl LP + postcard + MP3 download code)
Cat: UR 100. Rel: 28 Aug 17
  1. Indefinite Fields (5:48)
  2. RH Negative (5:23)
  3. Bastion (8:24)
  4. Sky Burial (4:45)
  5. Karma Krama (5:57)
  6. The Faithless (12:26)
Review: Post-minimalist American composer Rafael Anton Irisarri makes his Umor Rex debut with a bold new album, The Shameless Years. Inspired by a troubled socio-political climate, buried melodies punch their way through a bleak cover of noisy drones, periodically veering into some of Irisarri's most eerily pertinent music to date. The LP came together in a relatively short burst of creativity, starting at the end of 2016. Rediscovering some relatively older tools - namely Native Instruments' Reaktor, Absynth, and Kontakt software - Irisarri combined them with his collection of guitars, pedals, amps and analogue processing gear. Facing down both intolerance and the void, the epic soundscapes on this album are a vast cry of emotion from Irisarri.
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Transcendental
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Cat: SV 13. Rel: 21 Aug 17
  1. Transcendental: Segment One
  2. Transcendental: Segment Two
  3. Transcendental: Segment Three
Review: Surprisingly, Space of Variants' latest limited edition CD release doesn't come from boss man Sergey Barkalov (AKA Mr Cloudy), but rather a previously unheard talent. DAS is Andrew Korotkov, a Russian producer from Lipsetsk city. Musically, he inhabits similar sonic waters to Barkalov, delivering long, slowly shifting soundscapes that draw on ambient, drone and dub techno for inspiration. As debut albums go, Transcendental is quietly impressive. Over the course of three long variations, Korktov delivers a meditative experience rich in effects-laden field recordings, slowly shifting chord progressions, gentle beats and, on occasions, decidedly cosmic aural textures.
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Golconde
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Golconde (12")
Cat: STON 05. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Polokus (4:35)
  2. Kohinor (4:29)
  3. Scaphandrier (6:05)
  4. Mimesis (3:14)
  5. Vesavi (2:35)
  6. Darya (1:51)
  7. Borneo (3:46)
  8. Formosa (1:26)
  9. Orloff (2:57)
  10. Maelstrom (4:48)
  11. Kert (5:38)
Review: Sacha Khalife, or simply SHCAA, is a multi-talented electronic music producer from Paris. We know him well, however, namely due to an EP that cam out through NYC's Blank Slate back in 2015. Since then, he's put out one more EP through Archipel, but this is the first time we've welcomed him back onto our charts in 2017. Golconde comes through courtesy of the young Sharingtones imprint, and while this is billed as an EP, the release's 11 tracks give the impression of something much more accomplished. Fair enough, each tune is comparatively short to the usual album tracks, but the likes of "Kohinor", a bluesy, laid back slice of exotica, offer some truly deep vibes. Moreover, it's how each tune fits with the next that has got us hooked from the start, where SCHAA chucks in a subtle house blend like it's nothing, making tunes such as "Mimesis" feel like a natural course of events. On the B-side, this curious yet endlessly pleasing blend of acoustic guitars and tropical house waves continues, climaxing with a bottomless pit o minimalistic drones on "Maelstrom", followed by some glitchy IDM vibes on "Kert". Lush.
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Music To Draw To: Satellite
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Music To Draw To: Satellite (2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: AC 129LP. Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. The Observable Universe (6:11)
  2. Adrift (feat Emiliana Torrini) (5:08)
  3. Transmission 1 (2:10)
  4. Fallaway (feat Emiliana Torrini) (3:43)
  5. Perihelion (1:17)
  6. Photons (2:09)
  7. Beneath The Heat (feat Emiliana Torrini) (5:05)
  8. Novachord (5:22)
  9. Transmission 2 (1:51)
  10. Collapser (feat Emiliana Torrini) (3:55)
  11. Transmission 3 (2:35)
  12. The Hubble Constant (5:10)
  13. Satellite (feat Emiliana Torrini) (4:04)
  14. Apoapsis (1:21)
  15. Nightfall (2:46)
  16. The Darkest Day (feat Emiliana Torrini) (8:24)
  17. Epilogue (6:00)
  18. Nightfall: Pale Blue (2:47)
Review: Kid Koala's Music To Draw To: Satellite is an uncharted musical journey: an expansive work of ambient electronic soundscapes and chilling ballads in collaboration with Icelandic artist Emiliana Torrini. This inaugural volume in the Music To Draw To series is Kid Koala's first non-sample-based record, instead using an array of synthesisers, keys, guitars, strings, turntables, and inventive recording techniques to portray this heartrending musical story about a couple separated by a mission to Mars. The output is over 72 atmospheric minutes of stardust settling like fresh snow over Kid Koala's trove of turntables and sentiment.
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Keyboard Fantasies
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  1. Ever New (7:08)
  2. Winter Astral (6:25)
  3. Let Us Dance (7:25)
  4. Slow Dance (6:36)
  5. Old Melody (4:32)
  6. Sunset Village (7:17)
Review: Third time around for Beverly Glenn-Copeland's superb 1986 LP Keyboard Fantasies, which Invisible City Editions reissued last year. Since copies of that pressing are hard to come back, this fresh reissue should be welcomed. Musically, it's something of a killer curio: a set that sees Copeland adding weary, folksy vocals to melodious, synthesizer-based backing tracks. Stylistically it's a little more diverse than that, sitting somewhere between art-rock, lo-fi synth-soul, '80s synth-wave and new age ambience. The looseness of the instrumentation and production is particularly alluring, as is the "home-made" feel of Glenn-Copeland's heart-aching songs.
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Japan
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Japan (LP)
Cat: RE 204. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Track 1 (16:40)
  2. Track 2 (18:44)
Review: It's been ten years since Andreas Tilliander has appeared on his own Repeatle imprint, out of Sweden. The synth wizard has, of course, been more than active in recent years, coming through on labels like Kontra with his characteristically metallic take on house and techno, but it's good to see him revive this magnificent - and arguably lost - stable for his own sounds. He's joined by the lesser known Elin Franzen, and together they manage to create blurry and imperceptible blend of leftfield sonics that seem to reach some sort of form or groove via "Track 1", a magnificently muffled array of jungle field recordings and uncomfortable low frequencies. "Track 2" is made up of the same energy, except here the mood is broken up into something much looser, more ethereal, and a lot more tenebrous. Although there are hardly any beats to hold these tunes into shape, it's clear that this collaboration has a vision to keep it moving forwards, along with the Repeatle label. Strong.
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Toxic City Music
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Toxic City Music (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DE 003LP. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. Acid Shadow I (3:07)
  2. Irradiation Halo (2:44)
  3. Joaquin (4:22)
  4. Possession (4:05)
  5. NYC Ego (3:43)
  6. Toxic Tape (Love Canal) (3:56)
  7. Acid Shadow II (1:33)
  8. Toxicity (2:15)
  9. French Cocoon (Mutagen) (6:58)
  10. Acid Shadow III (3:23)
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Ambient Loops
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Cat: T0RWHITE 001. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Track 1 (3:30)
  2. Track 2 (4:17)
Review: New label Tell Zero Records hits the ground running with a 10" ambient white label that really impresses. There is some lush, slow motion tribalism on the A side that dives deep into the exotic. On the flip, the second beatless journey features some sombre and evocative Olafur Arnalds style piano playing over some haunting field recordings assembled into a captivating collage.
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Amber (reissue)
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Amber (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 25R. Rel: 14 Nov 16
  1. Foil (5:58)
  2. Montreal (7:10)
  3. Silverside (5:28)
  4. Slip (6:21)
  5. Glitch (5:59)
  6. Piezo (7:58)
  7. Nine (3:41)
  8. Further (9:56)
  9. Yulquen (6:30)
  10. Nil (7:40)
  11. Teartear (6:43)
Review: As Autechre set out on an extensive live tour, Warp has decided the time is right to reissue their 1994 classic, Amber, on vinyl. Given that it's been unavailable on wax since then, and second hand prices have shot through the roof, this is undoubtedly a good thing. It remains one of the legendary duo's standout albums: a peerless collection of brilliant IDM tunes offering a perfect balance between the glistening, atmospheric melodiousness of their early work, and the crunchy, mathematical rhythms of their later releases. There are moments of eyes-closed calm ("Silverside"), bubbly, melody-led workouts ("Montreal", "Slip"), far-out electro missives ("Glitch"), and the odd icy epic (the brilliant "Further").
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COW/Chill Out, World!
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COW/Chill Out, World! (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 354. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. First, Consider The Lilys (7:05)
  2. Wireless Mk 2 (5:36)
  3. Siren 33 (Orphee Mirror) (2:50)
  4. 4am Exhale (Chill Out, World!) (6:02)
  5. 5th Dimensions (5:15)
  6. Sex (Panoramic Sex Heal) (1:45)
  7. 7 Oaks (2:15)
  8. Just Because I Really Really Luv Ya (4:20)
  9. 9 Elms Over River Eno (Channel 9) (4:08)
  10. The 10 Sultans Of Rudyard (Moo Moo mix) (3:55)
Review: "The idea was simply to make an ambient album", Dr Alex Paterson has said of The Orb's new album entitled Chill Out, World!. With partner in crime Thomas Fehlmann, the duo resisted looking back and studying their earlier (seminal) recordings and opted for a more spontaneous approach: a focus on where they are at today in 2016. COW is said to have been completed over the course of five sessions in only six months, between a relentless touring schedule which they also credit as being hugely influential on the album's sound. As always, strap yourself in for an immersive sound experience and possibly expect to hear some of the more courageous DJs dropping likes likes of "4am Exhale (Chill Out, World!)" or perhaps "Just Because I Really Really Luv Ya". Oh and the track titles are as baffling as ever too.
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II
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II (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 361. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Norderney (5:09)
  2. Dschuna (5:49)
  3. Gebirge (4:24)
  4. Demut (4:01)
  5. Ki-Bou (4:35)
  6. Hallo Von Der Anderen Seite (4:36)
  7. Ufer (4:44)
  8. Chanang (3:54)
  9. Wenik (5:51)
  10. Chemtrails (3:16)
Review: Motor City Drum Ensemble and Marcus Worgull's Vermont project returns to Kompakt with another elegant beatless adventure. Once again reminding us how ambient music can still carry a real tune and narrative, highlights include the clipped cascade of chimes of "Dschuna", the sudden flurries of light on "Demut", momentous overlapping guitar arpeggio of "Ufer" and warped layers and washes on "Hallo Von Der Anderen Seite". Rich in warmth and loaded with hidden twists on every listen, it's the ultimate foil to their better-known clubbier motifs. Beautiful.
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Box
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Box (9xLP + 12" box + 4xCD in hard-back art-print book)
Cat: KOMPAKT 370. Rel: 07 Nov 16
  1. Zauberberg 1 (11:39)
  2. Zauberberg 2 (14:02)
  3. Zauberberg 3 (14:24)
  4. Zauberberg 4 (5:55)
  5. Zauberberg 5 (7:55)
  6. Zauberberg 6 (10:58)
  7. Zauberberg 7 (11:44)
  8. Koenigsforst 1 (9:37)
  9. Koenigsforst 2 (13:55)
  10. Koenigsforst 3 (8:47)
  11. Koenigsforst 4 (6:27)
  12. Koenigsforst 5 (15:12)
  13. Koenigsforst 6 (10:19)
  14. Koenigsforst 7 (6:14)
  15. Koenigsforst 8 (7:09)
  16. Pop 1 (5:13)
  17. Pop 2 (8:34)
  18. Pop 3 (11:01)
  19. Pop 4 (9:52)
  20. Pop 5 (10:47)
  21. Pop 6 (9:15)
  22. Pop 7 (14:29)
  23. Tal 90 (11:48)
  24. Oktember (15:11)
  25. Zauberberg 1 (CD)
  26. Zauberberg 2
  27. Zauberberg 3
  28. Zauberberg 4
  29. Zauberberg 5
  30. Zauberberg 6
  31. Zauberberg 7
  32. Koenigsforst 1 (CD)
  33. Koenigsforst 2
  34. Koenigsforst 3
  35. Koenigsforst 4
  36. Koenigsforst 5
  37. Koenigsforst 6
  38. Koenigsforst 7
  39. Koenigsforst 8
  40. Pop 1 (CD)
  41. Pop 2
  42. Pop 3
  43. Pop 4
  44. Pop 5
  45. Pop 6
  46. Pop 7
  47. Tal 90
  48. Oktember
Review: It would be fair to say that Box is something of an epic. A lusciously packaged celebration of Wolfgang Voigt's acclaimed late 90s work under the Gas alias, it contains all four of the producer's iconic albums stretched across ten slabs of wax, and a quartet of CDs. The package also includes a couple of other obscurities - "Tal '90", originally included on an old compilation, and 1999 single 'Oktember' - to make it a near-complete collection of the artist's impeccable output. If you have any interest at all in ambient techno, dub techno or the development of the Cologne sound, it should be an essential purchase.
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Space Energy & Light: Experimental Electronic & Acoustic Soundscapes 1961-88
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  1. JB Banfi - "Gang (For Rock Industry)"
  2. Michael Garrison - "To The Other Side Of The Sky"
  3. Iasos - "Lueena Coast"
  4. Carl Matthews - "As Above, So Below"
  5. Tim Blake - "Midnight"
  6. Stratis - "By Water"
  7. Laurie Spiegel - "Improvisation On A 'Concerto Generator'"
  8. Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Company - "Ceres Motion"
  9. Michael Stearns - "In The Beginning"
  10. Beverly Glenn-Copeland - "Ever New"
  11. Richard Pinhas - "Sur Le Theme Des Bene Gesserit VII"
  12. Tod Dockstader - "Piece#1"
  13. Kevin Braheny - "Ancient Stars"
  14. Steven Halpern - "Starborn Suite"
Review: The latest compilation from the consistent Soul Jazz camp celebrates some of the far-sighted, space-obsessed pioneers of electronic music. It boasts not only cuts from synthesizer-doodlers of the '60s and '70s, but also "mid-'70s proto-new age gurus and 1980s, DIY-era guerilla artists. It's packed with thrilling curiosities and eccentric - but still fantastic sounding - tracks from artists that all but a handful of knowledgeable collectors have forgotten. While some may be familiar with Beverley Glenn-Copeland, few will have heard the musique concrete experiments of Tod Dockstader, the deep space synth-scapes of Tim Blake, or the ensemble antics of Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Group, the world's first all-synthesizer band, which was put together with the assistance of Robert Moog.
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Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks
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Cat: ENOCDX 10. Rel: 03 Aug 09
  1. Understars
  2. The Secret Place
  3. Matta
  4. Signals
  5. An Ending (Ascent)
  6. Understars II
  7. Drift
  8. Silver Morning
  9. Deep Blue Day
  10. Weightless
  11. Always Returning
  12. Stars
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Miracle Steps: Music from The Fourth World 1983-2017
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Cat: OMLP 09. Rel: 17 Apr 17
  1. Jorge Reyes - "Plight" (9:06)
  2. Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma - "Mille Voix" (4:18)
  3. Iona Fortune - "White Tigress" (3:40)
  4. O Yuki Conjugate - "Cloud Cover" (5:47)
  5. XYR - "Middle Of Nowhere" (6:06)
  6. Jon Keliehor - "Subcontinent" (6:22)
  7. David Cunningham - "Blue River" (3:50)
  8. Larry Chernicoff - "Woodstock, New York" (5:39)
  9. Sussan Deyhim & Richard Horowitz - "Desert Equations" (6:41)
  10. Jon Hassell - "Miracle Steps" (4:19)
  11. Vulgata - "Ethell" (2:10)
  12. Afro Disiak - "Tambours D'eau" (4:49)
  13. Rapoon - "The Same River Once" (10:28)
  14. Javier Segura - "El Sueno Perdido" (3:57)
Review: Since Optimo Music founder JD Twitch is a walking encyclopedia of weird and wonderful music from around the globe, it's unsurprising that the label's occasional compilations are little less than essential. Miracle Steps: Music From The Fourth World - named in honour of John Hassell's description of ambient music - is another must-have from the Glaswegian stable. Featuring music made over the last three decades, it draws together trippy new age, droning experimentalism, electro-acoustic soundscapes, meandering synthesizer workouts, tropical-tinged bliss, and even the odd bit of spiritual jazz (Larry Chernicoff's wild "Woodstock"). In other words, it's the kind of ambient compilation you'd expect from someone who takes a widescreen approach to music, and who laughs in the face of genre pigeonholing.
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Alien (remastered)
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Alien (remastered) (2xLP repress)
Cat: ML 9009. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Faint Object Detection
  2. The Dance Of Planet X
  3. Micro-Gravity
  4. Flight Of The Comet
  5. DNA-RNA
  6. Galactic Travels Suite
  7. Cosmology Myth
  8. Two Journeys
  9. The Beauty Of Celeste (feat Che)
Review: As much love has already been given to Larry Heard's late '80s and early '90s work, it's nice to see some of the Chicagoan's slightly later work getting a deserved reissue. Alien first surfaced on Black Market International back in 1996, and finds Heard exploring his sci-fi influences in a range of deep and emotive styles. So, there are forays into blunted hip-hop ("The Beauty of Celeste"), twinkling, starburst ambience ("Faint Object Detection", "The Dance of Planet X") and Detroit techno-influenced melodic downtempo beats ("DNA-RNA"), as well as occasional moments of typically immersive deep house warmth (the wonderful "Flight of the Comet"). In other words, it's a trip into space in the company of one of electronic music's finest exponents of melodic richness.
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Ionia
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Ionia (limited 12")
Cat: 12MUTE 579. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Ionia (6:50)
  2. Ionia (Jlin rework) (3:33)
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Infinite Avenue
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Cat: STS 310CD. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Infinite Avenue
  2. Red Desert
  3. Simple Things
  4. Quietly
  5. Borders (Feay Jenny Hval)
  6. She's Gone To California
  7. Connected
  8. The Moon Will Always Be There
  9. Water
  10. Planetarium
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Dungen & Sun Araw Remixes
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  1. D (Dungen version) (6:45)
  2. J (6:51)
  3. B (Sun Araw Saddle Soap remix) (11:51)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Morals & Dogma
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Morals & Dogma (gatefold 180 heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: STS 280LP. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Tron (10:55)
  2. Dead People's Things (18:09)
  3. Orgone Donor (8:09)
  4. Cloudchamber (10:59)
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Subtemple
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Subtemple (10")
Cat: HDB 108. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Subtemple (7:18)
  2. Beachfires (9:51)
Review: Naturally, there's been plenty of hype surrounding this new Hyperdub 10", which features Burial indulging his often-discussed ambient influences. It's a typically creepy and ghostly affair, with the lack of beats - if not rhythmic elements - only serving to amplify the shadowy producer's impeccable sound design and brilliant use of manipulated field recordings. A-side "Subtemple" is particularly paranoid in tone, featuring as it does chilling melody loops, curious vocal samples, looped vinyl crackle and all manner of layered background noise. Flipside "Beachfires" is, if anything, even more dystopian, with Burial basing the action around the kind of pulsing chords that gust back and forth like an autumnal breeze.
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The Imperfect Sea
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Cat: ERATP 097CD. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. Ricercar (2:00)
  2. Cantorum (2:00)
  3. Control 1 (interlude) (2:00)
  4. Franz Schubert (2:00)
  5. Half Certainty (2:00)
  6. Protection (2:00)
  7. Rescue (2:00)
  8. Now Nothing (Rock Music) (2:00)
  9. Wheels Within Wheels (2:00)
Review: It's been a while since we last heard from Arthur Jeffes' Penguin Cafe, the musician's continuation of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra project established by his late father Simon Jeffes in the late 1970s. The Imperfect Sea is the collective's first album in three years, and offers a typically evocative and atmospheric collection of tracks. Stylistically, Jeffes junior has stuck steadfastly to his father's Penguin Cafe blueprint, offering intimate but expansive tracks that blend elements of traditional English folk music with neo-classical orchestration, global instrumentation, and nods towards both early ambient music and more pastoral forms. The results are rarely less than spellbinding.
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Erased Tapes Collection VIII
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Erased Tapes Collection VIII (limited clear vinyl 2xLP + insert + tote bag + MP3 download code)
Cat: ERATP 080LP. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Allred & Broderick - "The Ways" (3:08)
  2. Penguin Cafe - "Cantorum" (7:21)
  3. Daniel Brandt - "Kale Me" (6:29)
  4. Rival Consoles - "Slow Song" (3:50)
  5. A Winged Victory For The Sullen - "Galerie" (3:04)
  6. Ben Lukas Boysen - "Golden Times 1" (8:22)
  7. Olafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm - "00:26" (Ryan Davis Rethink) (5:14)
  8. Douglas Dare - "Rex" (7:10)
  9. Immix Ensemble & Vessel - "Scope" (5:41)
  10. Woodkid & Nils Frahm - "Winter Morning II" (with Robert De Niro - Excerpt) (4:16)
  11. Peter Broderick - "Eyes Closed & Traveling" (3:35)
Review: olafur Arnalds, A Winged Victory For The Sullen, Peter Broderick, Nils Frahm and Michael Price's Erased Tapes Records hails from London but is now based in the US of A, where the house bug is increasingly making its way back to the forefront of music culture. These dudes have been going strong since about 2007 and, while Frahm and Broderick have released a particularly large amount of EPs on the catalogue, their Erased Tapes comps have certainly led their movement. We are now on the series' 8th instalment and, as you'd expect, it's a wild and meandering collection of different styles and influences, ignited by a common Balearic theme that features throughout. Across the two discs, there are plenty of stand-out moments; among them we would have to cite Daniel Brandt's muddled outsider techno on "Kale Me", the jazzy nuances of Douglas Dare's ultra-sleek bit of lo-fi electronica, and, of course Penguin Cafe's beautifully assembled ambient swings of "Cantorum". Effortlessly elegant.
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Rainworks
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Rainworks (2xLP)
Cat: MFM 020. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. From Memory & The Sky (17:22)
  2. The Way Of The Water (8:30)
  3. The Hiding Place (6:27)
  4. They Don't Love Each Other (5:40)
  5. Nothing Ends (9:38)
  6. A Rainy Afternoon (19:14)
Review: Having introduced Spanish ambient pioneer Suso Saiz to a wider audience via last year's superb Odisea retrospective, Music From Memory has scored a new album from the long-serving musician and composer. Rainworks was recorded over a two-month period in early 2016, and sees Saiz evocatively joining the dots between Jonny Nash style guitar-led ambience, gently undulating, piano-driven mood pieces, evocative collages of found sounds and field recordings (see opener "From Memory & The Sky"), and ghostly, effects-laden ambient. He also finds time to pay tribute to Steve Reich style American minimalism on the cyclical brilliance of "They Don't Love Each Other".
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Schleissen 2
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Schleissen 2 (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERSS 002. Rel: 27 Apr 15
  1. The Phantom - "Across The River, Beneath The Trees" (12:32)
  2. The Phantom - "Europa" (11:33)
  3. Sad City - "Limbo" (21:56)
Review: The 2nd part of the 4 part split (Schleissen) series welcomes rising stars of the experimental end of modern electronica, with Warsaw's The Phantom and Glagow's Sad City bringing a lush, Fourth World ambience to ErB002.

Emotional Response returns to the Schleissen series with another cross-European exploration of ambient minimalism, film sources, field recordings and fluid soundscapes to create an over-whelming album of beauty for the listener to simply let go and wash away to. This time the influences are softer, but still prevalent, with forbears Satie, Stockhausen, Reich, Cage, Russel, Cunningham, Toop and of course of Hassel and Eno all acknowledged and explored through structure and the gentle syncopation of melody or occasional rhythm. With a nod to the film works of Tangerine Dream (or is it Global Communcation?) The Phantom follows up his outstanding LP1 with a move further in to the ethereal. Working as one piece,
Across The River, Beneath The Trees and Europa go beyond the real train with their blissful, floating arrangements creating an atmospheric blanket that consumes you. This is matched by up and coming producer Sad City. With 2 recent EPs on Phonica's Special Editions series as well as his debut on Underwater Peoples, his offering, Limbo, shows an exemplary understanding of sound design, resulting in an immersive, panoramic 18 minutes of pure music. Ambience, drone and modulation interwine and slowly engulf the listener so, as the title suggests, the only option is to be still. A change from SchleiBen 1 then, ErB002 is gentler on the mind and ears, but still challenges you to stop and (un)listen.
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The Composite Moods Collection Volume One: House Number 44
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Cat: BLACKEST 051. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Response To Stimuli (4:33)
  2. It Itself, Is Harmless (3:26)
  3. Running Sheets (3:38)
  4. Ecstasy As A Mask Or A Shield
  5. Conscience Of Nerves
  6. Research Network
  7. On A Level
  8. End Of Each Analysis (0:58)
  9. Mimetic (2:39)
  10. Content For Feelings (1:08)
  11. Zero Point Zero Six Per Cent (2:00)
  12. Implicit Use Of Abstraction (3:34)
  13. Statistical Order (3:11)
  14. Results (0:40)
  15. Vestibule (2:05)
  16. Everything They Wanted To Hear (3:07)
  17. Bahy-Oh-Feed-Bak (3:40)
  18. Methods Of Elan (3:24)
  19. Lines To Border (2:46)
Review: Alex Ander and Marc Dall, the two dudes behind the Dalhous project, have pretty much restricted their output to the mighty Blackest Ever Black label, but who could blame them? The label has been one of the most consistent and diverse stables for dark and industrial dance and non-dance music over the last five years, a true pinnacle of the 2010's. This latest work, entitled The Composite Moods Collection Vol 1 / House Number 44 is a beast of an album, nineteen piece of sparse and desolate electronic music that has much more in common with a soundtrack than an ambient album. In fact, the chilling backdrops of drones and electro-acoustic wails that flutter over this work are truly a piece of moody melodica, a times loosely infused with melted beats and a ritualistic form of percussion. It's classic BEB material, and if you're into travelling to sinister, cavernous places, this will surely do the trick.
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