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Inland Delta
Inland Delta (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BIO 39LP. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Surface Tension (6:08)
Delta Function (5:00)
Franklin's Dream (8:05)
Wolfgang's Wave (5:11)
Brownian Motion (7:10)
Random Walk (7:13)
The String Thing (6:35)
Florian's Flute (2:46)
Jane's Lament (5:47)
Review: The release of any new Biosphere album is cause for celebration, especially when the man himself - the great Geir Jenssen - has chosen a specific theme or concept. 'Inland Delta', his first new full-length for almost two years, features (in his words) "mostly improvised performances on newly restored vintage keyboards". In practice, that means a slightly more colourful and fluid ambient sound than some of his many ambient albums, plus inherent warmth missing from his often icy compositions. There's plenty to set the pulse racing throughout, from the slow-moving cinematic bliss of 'Franklin's Dream' and the shuffling shimmer of 'Delta Function', to the becalmed, slowly unfurling dreaminess of 'The String Thing' and the Tangerine Dream-does-ambient loveliness of 'Florian's Flute'.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $22.62
Theories Of Time
Theories Of Time (limited heavyweight green & black smoke vinyl 12" + digital bonus track download code)
Cat: LPY 13. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Distortion (5:18)
Travelling (9:16)
Shift (3:52)
Delay (7:35)
Review: Hidden Sequence have appeared on legendary dub techno label Mosaic in fine form of late and now they land on the Lempuyang imprint with four more serene fusions. Their Theories of Time EP opens up with the swaggering dub rhythms and bottomless depths of 'Distortion', a cut as heady as they come. 'Travelling,' as the title suggests, has a deeper rolling groove and more movement to it as it snakes through underwater dub caverns. Flip it over for more widescreen and serene explorations of the ocean floor with 'Shift' and mysterious leads of 'Delay' which is a fourth and final frictionless dub dream.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock $14.46
Inland Delta
Cat: BIO 39CD. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Surface Tension
Delta Function
Franklin's Dream
Wolfgang's Wave
Brownian Motion
Random Walk
The String Thing
Florian's Flute
Jane's Lament
Review: Geir Jennsen returns as Biosphere, one of the most enduring names in Norwegian electronic music and by now synonymous with elegant, plaintive ambient of the highest calibre. Inland Delta is made up of nine new musical pieces recorded between 2022 and 2023, primarily focused on improvised performance on a range of vintage keyboards recently restored to pristine condition. As lead track 'Franklin's Dream' demonstrates, there's space for traditional piano as well as the looming drones we know and love Biosphere for, all composed on the fly with a keen sense of harmony that comes from Jenssen's vast experience in this corner of experimental music.
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 in stock $12.09
Colors Of Silence: The Unnamed Trilogy In The Making
Cat: BEWITH 120LP. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Dance In The Dust (1:00)
Amber Whispers (4:44)
Where Were We (3:28)
The Lights Of Kinshasa (3:29)
Pictures Of You (2:53)
Serendipity For Two
Smiles By The Millions
Higher Still
Days To Wonder
Dawn Of Europa
Crystal Falls
Purple Lines
Review: Wally Badarou's incredible impression on modern pop music is intrinsically linked to his work in Nassau at the legendary Compass Point studios. There, the Paris-born synth legend lent his talent to a staggering amount of legendary music, but his own solo works have a magic all their own. 1984's Echoes might be the best known of his records, but there's a surprise entry from 2001 which is known to the deep-digging heads at Be With as a legendary record in need of wider release. Colors Of Silence was originally conceived as a yoga-minded release, but it's easier to consider it as another trip into the fantasy worlds Badarou can conjure from his eloquent synth work, and now it finally has a vinyl release.
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 in stock $26.04
Ginger (reissue)
Ginger (reissue) (2xLP (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 14R. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Ginger (7:10)
Fill 4 (2:05)
Beam Me Up! (5:42)
R2 D2 (5:42)
Fill 14 (4:10)
Basic Design (7:39)
Perfect Pitch (7:00)
Flashback (6:25)
Pepper (5:55)
De-Orbit (6:10)
Review: Warp continues to comb back through the landmark Artificial Intelligence series with this landmark record from Jochem Paap, aka Speedy J. Alongside a tandem reissue of Richie Hawtin's F.U.S.E. album Dimension Intrusion, this remastered edition of Ginger takes us back into the heart of early 90s techno innovation, when new ideas were developing globally at a rate of knots. Paap had already established himself in the harder end of the techno pool, but Ginger flipped the script with an immersive, meditative exploration of minimalism and melodic structure. Amongst the eternal classics are some dazzling miniatures deemed 'Fills' which make for some of the most compelling listening on this seminal slice of early 90s techno.
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 in stock $25.77
Quimai: Organic Music Vol 1 (reissue)
Quimai: Organic Music Vol 1 (reissue) (gatefold pink vinyl 2xLP limited to 100 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: NRR 055PINK. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Izayoi No Tsuki (14:35)
Ai Ai (15:36)
Tamayura (11:54)
Saotome (10:52)
Ama No Komichi (14:36)
Review: Ambient heads will likely be fully aware of the soporific charms of this cult classic album from Toshimi Mikami. It was written in the 90s and has been released a couple of times on CD since then but is pretty hard to find in any format. Thankfully Night Rhythms now presents a first-time vinyl edition in pink with great artwork and liner notes. The music was originally intended as a soundtrack to gentle activities such as yoga and Tai Chi but has a superbly relaxing effect in any setting. It mixes up minimalism, new age, percussion and plenty more into a soothing and inspiring listen.
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 in stock $38.66
Quiet Music Under The Moon Sampler (45 Adapter Edition)
Quiet Music Under The Moon Sampler (45 Adapter Edition) (limited hand-numbered 7" + wooden 45 adapter)
Cat: MUKAT 08845ADAPTER. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Moon Shower
Oyasumi, Ohayo
Review: Mukatsuku looks to the legendary Japanese downtempo producer Calm here for a new, hand-numbered 7" in the form of his 'Quiet Music Under The Moon' sampler. It features two tunes taken from his masterful new album, the first being 'Oyasumi, Ohayo' where subtle synths ripple beneath Balearic leads. It's heartbroken ambient introspection for late-night star gazing. On the flip, 'Moon Shower' is more hopeful and optimistic, with mellifluous layers of synth shimmer like the sun off the Med. It's beautiful and cathartic with Calm's majestic synth craft front and centre.
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 in stock $10.00
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
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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 in stock $24.46
In Parallel
Cat: WSDMLP 006. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Nostalgia (3:56)
Homemade Jam (3:53)
Sun Tickles (4:32)
Purple Punch (4:35)
Paper Labyrinth (4:56)
Tonal, Fluid (3:24)
Sending Ritual (4:08)
Full Of Mushrooms (4:13)
In Parallel (5:06)
Mysterious Wedding (4:27)
Review: Seoul-based duo Salamanda clearly struck upon a persuasive formula when they first cropped up on Good Morning Tapes in 2020. Somewhere between delicate ambient and a modern kind of deep house, their music carries a tenderness which feels absolutely at home on Facta and K-Lone's eminently soothing stable, Wisdom Teeth. In Parallel builds on the sound laid out on previous records for Human Pitch and Metron by presenting a more focused duo seemingly conscious of their rapidly grown audience and considering how to best build upon their tender sound without losing the charm. Threading subtle pop elements into their gossamer-light constructions, this is a rich, satisfying listen from a duo it's so easy to love.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $18.92
The Koner Experiment
The Koner Experiment (white vinyl LP)
Cat: ORBIT 030LP. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Track 1 (3:52)
Track 2 (4:07)
Track 3 (4:11)
Track 4 (5:05)
Track 5 (6:30)
Track 6 (4:11)
Track 7 (3:50)
Track 8 (4:09)
Track 9 (5:07)
Track 10 (4:48)
Review: The Koner Experiment comes on like a heavyweight supergroup outing into leftfield, dubby electronics. It was presented in 1997 on celebrated label Mille Plateaux as the fourth album from Pete Kember's offshoot project beyond his psychedelic sound design work in Spacemen 3, but when you look at who was involved the album is much more than a solo venture. The clue is in the title, as Kember linked up with Porter Ricks' Thomas Koner and Andy Mellwig as core collaborators, hence the magnificent chasms of metallic, spatial world-building which define the album. Beyond Kember and Koner, though, My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields lends guitar, Kevin 'The Bug' Martin shreds in some heavily processed sax. It's a monumental work, now repressed on white vinyl via Space Age.
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 in stock $24.71
12 (trifold clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SONY 196587898212. Rel: 23 Jun 23
20210310 (6:45)
20211130 (5:10)
20211201 (5:21)
20220123 (8:26)
20220202 (6:04)
20220207 (6:58)
20220214 (9:22)
20220302 - Sarabande (3:15)
20220302 (0:50)
20220307 (1:58)
20220404 (2:34)
20220304 (3:32)
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto is making a very welcome return here with his first solo album since 2017's async. Milan Records are releasing 12 in January to coincide with the venerated Japanese composer's 71st birthday, and the timing is poignant given the album draws from musical sketches created while Sakamoto battled for two and a half years with cancer. Sakamoto himself describes reaching for his synths as a kind of therapeutic response to a big operation, and so the music carries an added depth of personal experience from one of the most profound ordeals a person can go through.
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 in stock $32.87
Excavation (reissue)
Excavation (reissue) (2xLP + insert)
Cat: AD 003. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Consumed (1:40)
Excavation (part I) (8:04)
Excavation (part II) (4:10)
Mara (3:04)
Miste (8:50)
The Mirror Reflection (part I) (6:55)
The Mirror Reflection (part II) (5:00)
Dieu (5:21)
The Drop (11:55)
Review: Ten years on, Excavation has lost none of its power. It's a fitting time to reflect on the last The Haxan Cloak album as we prepare to digest the first new material from Bobby Krlic since, and a return into the complex folds of this album are more than enough to get us excited. Originally released on Tri Angle, now Krlic is putting the album out on his own Archaic Devices and putting paid to some of the astronomical second hand prices. Draped in finely textured, gauzy atmospherics and deathly rhythm pulses, this is a journey into the depths of imagination, where industrial, ambient and the avant-garde collide and test your mettle, but with its clear-sighted intentions it's also an album you can latch onto and continually draw more understanding from. A modern masterpiece, to be sure.
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 in stock $15.76
Tempus Remixes
Tempus Remixes (limited 12")
Cat: 12MUTE 661. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Stechmuck (Sleaford Mods rework) (3:46)
Stechmuck (version) (3:59)
Stechmuck (Rrose remix) (8:07)
Tempus (Alessandro Cortini remix) (6:43)
Review: Pole's 2022 album Tempus featured one particular track, 'Stechmuck' which was centred on the sound of his dying Minimoog. It's a tidy continuation of the faulty Waldorf filter which inspired his project name in the first place, and now Stefan Betke has taken the inspiration of his broken gear further by inviting a heavyweight cast of remixers to reversion the track. You might not have expected UK electro punk agitators Sleaford Mods to be crossing paths with German minimalist dub, but here we are and the results are incendiary. Elsewhere, Rrose delivers a textbook slice of writhing, tactile techno and Alessandro Cortini brings his grandiose synth expertise to bear on the track.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $17.36
The Haxan Cloak (reissue)
The Haxan Cloak (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: AD 002. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Raven's Lament (4:13)
An Archaic Device (5:30)
Burning Torches Of Despair (3:36)
Fall (5:09)
The Growing (8:18)
In Memoriam (2:43)
Parting Chant (5:08)
Review: In light of the first new Haxan Cloak material in a good ten years, we're being gifted the opportunity to comb back through Bobby Krlic's back catalogue and fill in any missing pieces. Krlic is reissuing his back catalogue on his own label, Archaic Devices, which is a fine reminder to drift into the poised majesty of his debut album. Building on the promise of the earlier EPs Observatory and the limited CDr from 2009, this was when we started to comprehend the full scope of Krlic's charged world building. Roundly defined by his tense violin and cello cast in solemn spatial chambers, this album has lost none of its power in the decade since its release.
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Orbs (LP repress)
Cat: ANS 6000. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Moto Verse (2:57)
Orb Two (2:54)
Morph (5:42)
Silas (5:30)
Gem (3:20)
Ackee (4:36)
Scars (4:12)
Strobe (4:06)
Tito (3:40)
Unknow (5:46)
Review: Anthony Naples is a revered album specialist by now. Orbs is his fifth full-length and one he describes as "a moody portal of shoegazed and slo-mo songs suspended in thin air." The New York City native really taps into new territory here, expanding the sound you might expect from him with all new samples, instruments and liquid synths. Drum beats are scant and rhythms move slowly, unfolding with great depth and narrative as you are left to do plenty of thinking while suspended amongst the details. It is another immersive listen, high in texture and beautiful in execution.
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 in stock $21.03
Radio Scarecrow (remastered)
Cat: DUSTV 117. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Transmission Start (2:42)
Train By The Autobahn (part 1) (5:12)
Train By The Autobahn (part 2) (6:35)
Riphead v9 (5:15)
UV Sine (7:40)
Short Wave Lies (5:04)
Siiiipher (3:37)
Digital Poacher (2:36)
Coda (2:26)
Set To Recieve (3:45)
EVP Echoes (4:32)
Floods v3 (5:54)
Beep (3:35)
Witches Ov (3:43)
Dials & Dialers 1 (1:05)
Ghost Vexations (3:14)
Dials & Dialers 2 (1:29)
Review: Second time around for The Black Dog's acclaimed 2008 album Radio Scarecrow, a set which reportedly took the Sheffield-based trio two years to record (in part because the sub-bass they conjured up was so deep and heavy that they could only work on tracks for a short period of time). Now remastered and pressed to red vinyl, the set remains one of the veteran IDM combo's most potent and cleverly constructed full-length excursions - an entertaining, non-stop trip that cannily sashays between bilious ambience, melodious electronica, bass-heavy electro and futurist techno of the sort that recalls the angular Brutalist structures of their home city, a theme explored in more detail on their latest album, My Brutal Life.
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 in stock $34.70
Models (clear vinyl LP + download code)
Cat: HDBLP 065. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Purple, Orange (2:23)
Juice (3:49)
XIth C Spray (5:06)
She's Not (3:34)
Phantom Limb (4:58)
Blurring (4:41)
Your Weight On My Arms (6:18)
Review: Lee Gamble is an artist who excels in delivering post-modern music with a strong sense of sentiment and history. Just look at his breakthrough Diversions 1994-1996, in which the ambient threads in first wave jungle were blown out into grandiose chasms of sound. On this latest album, he's taking a similar approach to source material, but this time the focus is on pop earworms in which all kinds of emotive, catchy sonics get dissolved and reformed into vast, unpredictable shapes. Vitally, the emotional dimension is maintained no matter how unrecognisable the original samples are, as Gamble continues his fascinating path forwards and backwards through time.
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 in stock $15.76
Cold Ecstasy
Cold Ecstasy (limited aqua blue vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 3SIXLP 008. Rel: 13 Nov 23
So Distant (5:37)
Sunrise (6:42)
Touch The Sky (5:01)
Don't Go Away (4:15)
Blow Out (4:21)
Only You (4:44)
Desire (5:01)
Everything (4:01)
Be There (4:54)
Show Me The Way (5:12)
Review: Dennis Huddleston AKA 36 is back with another new album in the form of Cold Ecstasy which arrives on lovely limited edition aqua blue double vinyl via 3six Recordings. It comes after his superb mini album Weaponised Serenity back in 2021 which was a raw deconstruction of 90s jungle and drum & bass and it follows down a path of retro-future exploration with more lush ambient soundscapes. Each one is subtly joyous and doused in gently euphoric chords while dreamy vocals drift in and out of focus. It is an expansive listen once more from Huddleston.
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 in stock $32.09
Cire Noire
Cire Noire (limited LP)
Cat: PUU 58. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Egg Meat - "Milton/Earth" (Massive Bereavement mix) (7:06)
Umfang - "Baby Blue" (Drone edit) (4:26)
Disinformation & Savion Glover - "Doppelganger Variations" (6:39)
Nuke Watch - "NWPJS Perc" (4:07)
Georgia - "Mekael" (3:55)
Ana Fosca - "ANIMA (Novus)" (7:15)
Rafael Toral - "Mixed States Uncoded" (3:00)
Review: Wow. When you're writing about music releases it's often tempting to present difficult to describe tunes as unique. That's not always factually accurate, though, as is clear when you come across something like this seven-way bag of the wonderfully bizarre. Half the stuff on here, at least, really does defy categorisation, although we can probably lump it all together as experimental, industrial-leaning electronic music with avant-garde tendencies. And a libido. What that describes varies wildly. Nuke Watch's 'NWPJS Perc' interprets the term as a kind of slow build, low BPM workout made up of what could well be the noise of various tools, pipes and taps being struck. Umfang delivers a dark and menacing hip hop-electro instrumental, packed with atmosphere and pent up energy. Ana Fosca goes for shrill refrains and drones. Egg Meat serves a dominatrix of off-time weirdo-techno tones with mind melting percussive cacophonies.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $19.73
In The Afterworld
Cat: ATLP 17. Rel: 28 Jun 23
Motorway Acid (5:16)
Microdose Mondays (5:17)
London Stock (4:26)
Meanwhile In The Smoking Area (3:53)
Thursday (4:05)
Retracted (6:09)
Praha (4:42)
Review: It's been a while since we've heard from Acid Test, not least in welcoming two rather prolific producers: Om Unit, the UK footwork-via-dubstep-via-halftime originator; and TM404, the Swedish purveyor vintage sonic machinations and minimalisms. 'In The Afterworld' might sound to explore the theme of life after death, but its track titles reflect on the best aspects of life itself, with the downtempo 'Microdose Mondays' reflecting the joys of casual psychedelics use at the start of the working week, via downtempo refractions and joyous echoes, and 'Meanwhile In The Smoking Area' evoking the various grotesque, humanoid beasts one might encounter during a mid-rave break.
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Played by: Agnostic Rhythm
 in stock $19.46
N/Y (1-sided clear vinyl 12")
Cat: AD 004S. Rel: 23 Nov 23
N/Y (4:34)
Review: In a move many might have believed not possible, Bobby Krlic makes a welcome return as The Haxan Cloak with this monumental single. It's no less than ten years since we last heard from the industrial-tinged electronica maverick on his Excavation album, but now he's back with a bruising new piece called 'N/Y' which pops up on both sides of this clear 12" platter. It's a high pressure release full of jackhammer percussion and noise blasts, plus some sirens thrown in for good measure. Holding true to the industrial tradition, it's entirely engineered as a blast of intensity, and Krlic has considerable talent to render such an approach in a powerful, provocative way.
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Habitat Ensemble
Cat: MFM 065. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Two Voices In The Field (4:03)
Maringotka (5:52)
Rounded Edges (1:57)
Clay (4:48)
Moments (4:15)
Male Kapky (1:42)
Vitr A Ja (8:34)
Die Vergessenen Orte (3:55)
And Bamboo (3:19)
Le Magicien De La Foret (4:40)
Outro (2:23)
Review: Habitat Ensemble is a new musical collective that is led by musician Marius Houschyar and this is their self titled debut album on the delightful Music From Memory. The group has roots in the south of the Czech Republic where, we're told, outsiders and creatives have been meeting at a summer school since the 1990s. It was in the summer of 2022 that this group came together, inspired by the idea of exchanging the down cultural and musical ideas through music. They first started out with a series of multidisciplinary workshops which then blossomed into this full length - a fusion of jazz, ambient, world music and experimentation that is organic and enriching.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $25.77
Interstellar (Soundtrack)
Interstellar (Soundtrack) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile purple vinyl 2xLP in rainbow-laminate sleeve + booklet)
Cat: MOVATM 023P. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Dreaming Of The Crash
Cornfield Chase
Day One
Message From Home
The Wormhole
Afraid Of Time
A Place Among The Stars
No Time For Caution
Running Out
Where We're Going
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
Review: You don't have to be a film score obsessive to recognise the name of Hans Zimmer; the man who has practically created a monopoly out of the craft. While his work on the recent Denis Villeneuve adaptations of Dune has currently ended his creative partnership with auteur filmmaker Christopher Nolan (who has since enlisted the exceptional Ludwig Goransson in his stead), during their collaborative tenure, no particular score garnered the adoration and passionate praise that still continues to be heaped upon 2014's sci-fi spectacle Interstellar. Featuring some of Zimmer's most mercurial work to date, swaying from lilting hues of delicacy to bombastic, palpable, otherworldly dread, without ever veering into alienating sonics; the pieces still receives copious applause, instigate enthralling discussion and continue to be repressed to vinyl. In short, the Interstellar score is the outlier soundtrack for every collector.
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 in stock $41.01
The Nation's Most Central Location
The Nation's Most Central Location (limited white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CIS 127. Rel: 26 May 23
Just Off The M56 (J13) (3:02)
Rocksavage (5:34)
Daresbury Laboratory (4:45)
London's Moving Our Way (7:04)
Thelwall Viaduct (4:35)
Europa Boulevard (6:58)
Busway (3:13)
A Brighter & More Prosperous Future (4:13)
Review: Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan is the musical project of Gordon Chapman-Fox, who creates electronic music inspired by the history and architecture of the New Town (capital N, capital T) he grew up in, Warrington-Runcorn. The Nation's Most Central Location is his fourth album, and explores the theme of the north-south divide in the UK and the broken promises of regional town development - brutal concrete expressed in musical form. Its eight tracks mix ambient, synthpop and industrial, with samples from documentaries, speeches and adverts making up its vocal parts. The album is a nostalgic and critical reflection on the past and present of his hometown, exclusively reflecting on its place in the nation.
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The Ship (remastered)
The Ship (remastered) (bottle green vinyl LP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: ENOLP 11. Rel: 23 Nov 23
The Ship (21:00)
Fickle Sun I (10:46)
Fickle Sun II - The Hour Is Thin (7:06)
Fickle Sun III - I'm Set Free (7:59)
Review: When The Ship was released in 2016, Brian Eno was comfortably settled into a rhythm with Warp Records which had yielded multiple albums with Karl Hyde amongst other projects. The Ship was notable in that it was Eno's first solo record with vocals since 2005's Another Day On Earth and its widespread acclaim saw it make an impression on the UK charts. Loosely based around the rich thematic thread of the Titanic, but it's as much an exploration of Eno's older, lower register vocal. There's also a choice cover of The Velvet Underground's 'I'm Set Free', which brings this majestic album to a close. Now it's seeing a re-release via UMR pressed on Coke bottle green vinyl.
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 in stock $31.02
Artificial Intelligence (reissue)
Artificial Intelligence (reissue) (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 6R. Rel: 08 Dec 22
The Dice Man - "Polygon Window" (5:13)
Musicology - "Telefone 529" (4:16)
Autechre - "Crystel" (4:32)
IAO - "The Clan" (5:11)
Speedy J - "De-Orbit" (6:03)
Musicology - "Premonition" (4:07)
UP! - "Spiritual High" (7:41)
Autechre - "The Egg" (7:35)
Dr Alex Paterson - "Loving You Live" (3:53)
Review: Warp's 'Artificial Intelligence' compilation, a ground-breaking and wildly popular collection of "home listening music" that helped introduce the world to ambient techno and IDM, turns 30 this year. As this remastered anniversary reissue proves, the release has lost none of its charm in the three decades that have passed since it first appeared in stores. Highlights appear thick and fast throughout, from the immersive ambient techno creepiness of The Dice Man's 'Polygon Window' (an early Richard D James production) and deep space electro shuffle of Autechre's 'Crystel', to the bleeping bliss of Speedy J's gorgeous 'De Orbit', the acid-flecked Detroit-isms of 'Spiritual High' by Up (a barely used alias of Richie Hawtin) and the horizontal headiness of Dr Alex Paterson's 'Loving You Live', an alternative pass on the Orb's ambient house masterpiece 'A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain'.
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Phases Of This & Other Moons
Phases Of This & Other Moons (translucent green vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: CIS 150. Rel: 26 Sep 23
A Black Moon Tide (3:20)
Amalthea (8:20)
Transit Of Ariel (5:19)
Fenrir In Retrograde (4:25)
Charon's Pull (8:16)
Enceladus Shine (4:15)
Occultation Of Umbriel (8:59)
Review: Field Lines Cartographer is an alias of Mark Burford and now it is back with a new album-length adventure, Phases Of This & Other Moons. As the title suggests, this is cosmic ambient exploration made using just one Buchla synth and plenty of other sci-fi electronics. It finds him tease the very most out of his machine then feeding it through an array of effects pedals to twist and distorted the sound into alien forms. If you like the more out there work of Zeit-era Tangerine Dream and Michael Stearns then this is one trip you need in your life.
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Killer Whale Atmospheres
Killer Whale Atmospheres (CD + MP3 download code)
Cat: HOSCD 871. Rel: 03 Nov 23
Grown In The Shade Of The Glacier
Violent Spirit Looking Forever Out To Sea
Alaska Dorsal Scars
Orca Skull Memories (Bering Strait)
Breaching Puget Sound
Darkening Rain (Killer Whale Atmospheres) (For Phillipe)
Killer Whales Sleep With One Eye Open
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Iris (limited green vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: ASIPV 044. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Tangeri (4:05)
Kettlesoul (4:37)
Look Up (6:13)
Deserto (3:00)
Sarakiniko (2:51)
Cante Jondo (3:31)
Maori (4:09)
Samovar (5:18)
Cambiasso (6:12)
Sine Fine (4:13)
Review: A Strangely Isolated Place has secured this second most captivating album from One Million Eyes. They impressed many with their magical debut album Drama back in 2021 and once again reach new heights in the world of ambient here with Iris. Their brand of ambient is relatively fulsome, with lots to focus on from the smeared and pastoral chords to the muted synth modulations, the vinyl crackle, distant vocal cries and the heavenly backlit glow. It is an absorbing and positive place to be with a sense of optimism colouring the airwaves thought.
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Played by: Marco Gallerani
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Vayu The God Of Wind
Cat: GRSCL 32. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Deep Space Explorer
Binocular View Sunset
Deep Search
Magnetic Fields Of Love
Review: .While he's contributed to the label's output before, Vayu The God of Wind marks the first time ADILR (real name Hampus Johan Karlsson Andersson) has served-up a full-length excursion. Given that his brand of deep and dubby techno is arguably tailor-made for the album format - it's all about immersive sound design, slowly shifting electronic motifs, and grooves so deep and hushed that they're practically subterranean - this is something of a surprise. There's no doubt he's delivered, though, serving up a set of largely elongated workouts that sit somewhere between the outer-space explorations of Echospace, the icy soundscapes of fellow Scandinavian producer Biosphere, and the deep techno work of his Greyscale label boss Grad_U.
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Quimai: Organic Music Vol 1 (reissue)
Quimai: Organic Music Vol 1 (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: NRR 055. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Izayoi No Tsuki (14:41)
Ai Ai (14:49)
Tamayura (11:38)
Saotome (11:15)
Ama No Komichi (14:36)
Review: Toshimi Mikami's gorgeous 90s ambient album Quimai is a highly regarded treasure amongst those who know. It is also rather elusive these days with a couple of CD releases up to now soon to sell out. Thankfully Night Rhythms now offers up this first-time vinyl edition. The music was originally made as a background soundtrack for pursuits such as yoga and Tai Chi, the artist has said, and it sure does have a soothing and relaxing quality. Elements of new age, classic minimalism and global instrumentation all get layered up to perfection throughout. Do not sleep on this one - but rather to the sounds of it.
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Corner Dancer
Cat: LOVE 128. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Corner Dancer (11:10)
Not A Word From Me (0:55)
Suzy In Spectrum (6:40)
Held In Paradise (3:43)
Rib Cage (2:30)
Standing Cadence (4:21)
Something In The Heavens (5:02)
Blush Study (4:25)
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The White Arcades
The White Arcades (limited gatefold transparent vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WAST 002LPC. Rel: 05 Oct 23
The White Arcadees (4:38)
Balthus Bemused By Color (5:11)
The Child With A Lion (6:38)
The Real Dream Of Sails (6:03)
Algebra Of Darkness (6:29)
Totems Of The Red-sleeved Warrior (3:21)
The Room (3:05)
Coyote (2:35)
The Kiss (3:16)
Review: The White Arcades ranks amongst one of Harold Budd's best loved solo works. The ambient pioneer and celebrated pianist is of course well known for his work with the likes of Brian Eno, but this 1988 album demonstrates how clear-sighted his approach became when he was recording on his own. There's a pristine quality to this kind of ambience which allows it to sink into any number of settings, but it's far from banal. The subtlety of Budd's composition and performance as the piano and synth lines enmesh is a marvel to behold, suggesting half-hidden mysteries waiting to be solved, but only when the time is right. If there was ever music to soothe a troubled mind, this would be it.
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Water Index
Water Index (12" + insert in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: PSGG 004. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Tinu (8:00)
Water Index 92 (5:44)
Usual Nikko (5:46)
From Outer 273
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Cat: AD 001EP. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Observatory (7:19)
Hounfour (Temple) (7:35)
Review: As Bobby Krlic's project The Haxan Cloak makes a return after some ten years of silence with the 'N/Y' single, it's a fine time to track back and catch up on some of his small but perfectly formed catalogue. Observatory originally came out in limited quantities in 2010, and now it sees a repress to stave off the sharks and allow more people to experience this engrossing short form release. The title track is a strong melodic mantra riding a densely packed organ-like figure into oblivion, allowing the resonant frequencies and harmonics to become the dynamic movement in the track with an expert patience. 'Honfour (Temple)' is a subtler, more shapeshifting piece with gorgeous blooms of ambience and submerged pulses that lead you deeper into Krlic's evocative sound world.
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Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix (Loser Edition)
Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix (Loser Edition) (limited translucent blue vinyl 12" (indie exclusive))
Cat: SP 1603. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Angels (feat Flowdan - The Bug remix) (4:20)
May Your Vanquished Be Saved From The Bondage Of Their Sins (Robert Hampson remix - vinyl edit) (14:52)
Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine (Justin K Broadrick remix) (9:23)
Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine (Brett Netson version - vinyl edit) (10:25)
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Cat: HDB 150. Rel: 27 Jan 23
Hospital Chapel (7:54)
Streetlands (13:18)
Exokind (12:16)
Review: Is there any artist in electronic music that releases as little music yet remains as highly revered as Burial? We can't think of any. As it happens, this new Streetlands EP is actually the hallowed UK producer's second outing of 2022 after the ambient offering Antidawn back in January. As always it finds him back on Kode9's Hyperdub label. 'Hospital Chapel' is eerie atmosphere and lo-fi samples, 'Streelands' is another sparse ambient cut that is full of melancholy and 'Exokind' is the soundtrack of a faraway planet with distant solar winds and only the smallest of microbial activities for you to tune into before a signature angelic vocal brings the beauty.
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Hereditary (Soundtrack)
Hereditary (Soundtrack) (gatefold gold vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MIL 881474. Rel: 02 Oct 23
Funeral (2:37)
Mothers & Daughters (3:23)
Brother & Sister (2:59)
Charlie (5:15)
Party Crash (4:57)
Mourning (4:10)
Aftermath (4:20)
Seance/Sleepwalking (4:38)
Second Seance (part 1) (0:53)
Second Seance (part 2) (0:41)
Second Seance (part 3) (1:13)
Classroom (2:07)
Dreaming (2:28)
Book Burning (1:42)
Joanie (1:41)
Get Out (1:21)
Leights Things (5:48)
Steve (2:15)
Peter (5:36)
Chasing Peter (3:14)
The Attic (1:09)
Reborn (4:56)
Hail Paemons (0:46)
Review: Canadian saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist and frequent collaborator of Arcade Fire, Bon Iver and most recently post-metal juggernauts Cult Of Luna; Colin Stetson isn't your standard film composer, nor is 2018's cerebral psychological family horror Hereditary your standard frightfest. Stetson's droning brass and avant-garde compositions may add layers of mercurial dread to filmmaker Ari Aster's bleak visuals but when isolated, the pieces take on entirely new life of caustic, crawling atmospherics which swell to nauseating degrees before spiralling into frenzies of twisted modern classical imbued jazz, complete with bursts of warped brass and psychotic strings coalescing into truly hellish soundscapes.
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Double Journey
Double Journey (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: SORA 01. Rel: 10 Nov 23
Kuniyuki Takahashi - "When We Are All Truely Free" (The Cosmic Arts Ambient Suite) (10:03)
Residue By Joaquin Joe Claussell - "I Believe" (demo Test Composition dub) (11:29)
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Aphrilis (limited LP)
Cat: BNSD 080FR120. Rel: 30 Nov 23
April (7:25)
Kielet On Viritetty Tuuleen (3:32)
Nukahtamislaulu (5:06)
Simona (5:15)
Planeetta (6:41)
Paratiisin Kukkivat Puut (2:44)
Seitsemas Taivas (6:41)
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Intiha (eco vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: OP 073. Rel: 22 Nov 23
Intiha (3:33)
Nazar Se (4:23)
Muddat (4:40)
Raat Bhar (3:33)
Dard (7:21)
Chiragh (5:44)
Lagta Nahi (2:03)
Dono Jahan (3:26)
Review: Singer, songwriter and author Ali Sethi had been entranced by Nicolas Jaar's music long before they began collaborating. He'd absorbed the sounds over a number of years, listening casually and taking in their subtleties in bars and rooftop parties across Lahore and London. "It felt familiar to me, that sense of adventure you have when you hear his music, like a tale that teases you and plays with your expectations as it unfolds," says Sethi. "In that sense it resembled the leisurely improvised ghazals and qawwalis I grew up hearing in Pakistan." When the two were finally introduced by Indian visual artist Somnath Bhatt, a regular Jaar collaborator who also handled the album's artwork, Sethi was well prepared. He began to sketch out voice notes using loops snipped from Jaar's acclaimed 2020 album 'Telas', improvising vocalizations and seductive Urdu poems over Jaar's weightless, time-bending productions.
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Proserpine (limited LP)
Cat: LSSN 086. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Circles (6:19)
Plume (0:52)
Flower Of The Mountain (6:30)
Blood Moon Myrtle (0:53)
Like An Apple (5:42)
Fireworks (1:15)
Child Of Nature (7:00)
Lamento (3:27)
New Water (6:40)
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Exit Simulation
Exit Simulation (limited LP)
Cat: KRANK 240LP. Rel: 29 Nov 23
1111 (2:32)
The Nite B4 (2:49)
U Care (6:01)
Violently Rooted (3:44)
Exit Simulation (3:36)
Exits (1:40)
Soma (5:59)
Messages From Above (2:12)
Lament (1:30)
Violently Rooted Reprise (3:37)
The Architect (2:27)
Analysis Paralysis (1:09)
Cascade (3:00)
Review: South Carolina singer and producer Niecy Blues describes her songwriting process like an undertow: “I feel a strange pull, and let it carry me, following swirling leaves… whole days roll by, forgetting about the body.” Their full-length debut, Exit Simulation, captures this sense of deep-rooted divination, cycling between simmering ballads, ghosted R&B, downtempo gospel, and looped vocal improvisations – often within the same track. The title is taken from a science fiction novel she read during the purgatory of the pandemic, alluding to a dimensional ideation of departure – “the permission to imagine leaving.” Recorded in her current home of Charleston, she characterizes the album’s mood in terms both reflective and raw: an exploration of things suppressed, foundations beginning to crack, “talking myself off a ledge.” The music of Niecy Blues transposes reverie and reckoning into emotive devotionals of keys, guitar, bass, synth, and bewitched voice, steeped in sacred atmospheres gleaned from a youth spent in a religious Oklahoma household: “My first experience with ambient music was church – slow songs of worship, with delay on the guitar… even if you don’t believe, you feel something.”
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Nedgravd I Naturen
Nedgravd I Naturen (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ONEINST 008. Rel: 15 Nov 21
Nedgravd I Naturen (Roland System 100) (4:28)
Morklaggning (Yamaha DX-7) (4:47)
Midnattsmanifest (Roland SH-101) (5:14)
Cirkelskifte (Oberheim Matrix 6R) (5:49)
Vitmossa (Waldorf Microwave) (7:34)
Review: Grand River's always-illuminating One Instrument label reawakens with a new album from Martin Sander and Michel Isorinne's Bandhagens Musikforening project. Having previously appeared on Northern Electronics and Semantica, now these two advanced synthesists place all their attention on a select few studio pieces to see how far they can take them. First up is the Roland System 100, which affords them plenty of tonal possibilities for the pulsing, kinetic 'Nedgravd I Naturen'. With the Yamaha DX-7 they create a towering ambient piece of FM synthesis, while the Roland SH-101 gets applied to a dense and detailed slice of obtuse leftfield techno. The Oberheim Matrix 6R becomes a vehicle for cinematic melancholy, and the Waldorf Microwave teases out an immersive swirl of ambience as you might well expect from the One Instrument series.
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Chemz (12")
Cat: HDB 134. Rel: 21 May 21
Chemz (12:29)
Dolphinz (9:04)
After his surprise drop with music writer and producer Blackdown on the Keysound label last month, the enigmatic Burial is now back with a fresh new EP all of his own. It comes on his longtime home of Hyperdub and features two more of his deft designed, ghostly deep dubstep post-nightbus joints. 'Chemz' is a strict raver filled with rushed up sounds, plenty of dance floor love and big hooks that is many different tracks, moods and vibes all rolled into one. As always, these Burial sounds look back to go forwards and do so in thrilling fashion.
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Dropsonde (reissue)
Cat: BIO 33LP. Rel: 04 Jun 20
Dissolving Clouds (4:11)
Birds Fly By Flapping Their Wings (6:38)
Warmed By The Drift (6:27)
In Triple Time (6:22)
From A Solid To A Liquid (5:10)
Arafura (5:00)
Fall In Fall Out (7:08)
Daphnis 26 (6:43)
Altostratus (5:09)
Sherbrooke (5:58)
People Are Friends (10:27)
In The Shape Of A Flute (6:17)
Fair Winds For Escort (5:26)
Windscale Piles (5:29)
Insolate (5:13)
La Caldera (6:30)
Birds Fly By Flapping Their Wings (V2)
Warmed By The Drift (V2)
Lost Horizon
Review: Over the last few years, Geir Jennsen has been quietly offering up re-mastered and often expanded reissues of many of his most sought-after albums, including many that have previously never been released on wax. He's at it again here, delivering a weighty triple-vinyl version of one of his lesser-celebrated LPs, 2006's "Dropsone", which boasts seven previously unheard tracks and alternate takes recorded during the same period. Musically, it's one of the most unique sets in Jennsen's catalogue, in part because it mixes his usual ambient textures, chords and melodies with simmering strings, warmer melodies and - most notably - some genuine jazz rhythms. Whereas many of his albums are icy and otherworldly, "Dropsone" is positively sun-kissed and summery.
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Played by: Bantam Lions
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Resonant Bodies
Resonant Bodies (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 059. Rel: 23 Mar 22
Inside The Egg (4:22)
Tarde De Agosto 2019 (4:49)
Sweet Instability (3:39)
Two Souls (3:29)
El Espejo (3:46)
Brushed Thoughts (3:35)
Looking You In Silence (2:25)
Floating Into The Avalanche (5:14)
Abrazo 2020 (1:10)
Resonance Necklace (5:42)
Vertidos & Songs (5:17)
If I Close My Eyes (4:59)
Purple Trains (5:22)
When I Sleep (4:31)
Changes & Reality (5:30)
Watching Walk (3:08)
Paseando El Encierro (6:34)
Outskirts (5:18)
Review: It's the seventh studio album from Suso Saiz, and the Spanish producer has never been on better form. Once again raising the musical bar, expanding into new ambient territories. Or, as he puts it himself: 'A body vibrates producing a sound that reaches another body and makes it vibrate and generate a new sound that makes another body vibrate that generates another sound...

'Imagine an infinite orchestra of bodies multiplying their sound vibrations creating the symphony of RESONANT BODIES. Resonance as a principle of COMMUNICATION; sound as a builder of ties and interrelations between men.' Take from that what you will, we're going for slightly different terms - tracks here are serene but never background, beautiful and thought provoking, a work of art that doesn't need to shout for attention, and instead invites you in deeper by the minute.
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Played by: Manu Archeo
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Music For Nine Post Cards (reissue)
Cat: EOS 01CD. Rel: 24 Nov 17
Water Copy
Dance PM
Ice Copy
Soto Wa Ame (Rain Out Of Window)
View From My Window
Urban Show
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Claustro (heavyweigjht vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 120. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Claustro (5:44)
State Forest (7:53)
Review: While he's offered up the occasional remix, William "Burial" Bevan has been rather quiet of late. In fact, this two-tracker marks his first original material for almost two years. Lead cut "Claustro" is an unexpectedly up-tempo dancefloor affair - a sweet and sticky chunk of future-garage that sees Bevan wrap sugary female vocal snippets, spacey chords and bubbly analogue electronics around snappy two-step beats - drenched in vinyl crackle and tape hiss - and a rock solid bassline. It will raise a few eyebrows given his previous work but nevertheless sounds like a summer anthem in waiting. Bevan returns to familiar territory on flipside cut "State Forest", a ghostly, field recording-laden ambient excursion where pedal steel style motifs slowly rise above opaque electronics.
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Coles Ridge
Cat: AAR 022. Rel: 03 Apr 23
The Blacksmith (6:32)
Coles Ridge (5:53)
Cicada's Shanty (4:48)
Floral Remnant (7:51)
Behind The Break (5:27)
Salt Tolerance (4:20)
Review: The Analogue Attic microverse is defined by a unified commitment to the deepest ideas of where house music can head, and no one embodies that spirit better than Alex Albrecht. On this latest 12" he's heading into the velvet folds of low tempo chugger 'The Blacksmith' and downtempo dream state 'Coles Ridge' with elegiac piano sparkling atop fathoms-deep pads and the softest of percussion. This is house music as a vessel for pure relaxation and sentimental meditation, and across six tracks Albrecht offers up balm after balm to soundtrack oceanic realms of calm - a much needed tonic for the frenetic pace of modern life.
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