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Red Lantern At The Kallikatsou
Red Lantern At The Kallikatsou (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: AI-09. Rel: 13 Dec 17
Red Lantern At The Kallikatsou (part 1) (20:56)
Red Lantern At The Kallikatsou (part 2) (20:55)
Review: Two epic ambient journeys from an underrated hero of the underground. Hanyo van Oosterom is a musician and promoter from Rotterdam. He was part of Chi (1984 - 1987), Byzantium (1997 - 1998) and One Cent People since 2002. He has never met Rod Modell (Deepchord) in person, but they have met through music. Story has it that Modell is said to have found an obscure cassette of Chi music and sent it to Astral Industries - which paved the way for the release of 'The Original Recordings' in 2016. Since then, they have exchanged ideas and music. Van Oosterom sent Modell a preview of 'The Kallikatsou Recordings' which he liked it and inspired the idea for a remix of 'Lanterns'. He sent the first sketches to him, but they ended up in the wrong inbox. Months later he responded, apparently saying he loved them so much that they needed to be released. Van Oosterom is said to have used lo-fi approach on these tracks: manipulating the samples, time-stretching, tempo and pitch-shifting, mixing different layers and using effects in addition to field recordings, voices and samples from his early cassettes.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Live Recordings
Live Recordings (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AI 36. Rel: 26 Jan 24
Track 1 (17:13)
Track 2 (16:15)
Track 3 (17:48)
Track 4 (17:48)
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Ghost Lights
Ghost Lights (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AI 35. Rel: 01 Sep 23
Track 1 (17:20)
Track 2 (17:31)
Track 3 (17:41)
Track 4 (17:27)
Review: Dub techno and ambient maestro Rod Modell resurfaces on Astral Industries with another of his gorgeously escapist double albums, pressed up to nice heavy 180g vinyl for extra listening pleasure. 'Track 1' has a widescreen and soothing quality with balmy synths swirling about next to spring-like bird calls. 'Track 2' is more dense, with lo-fi drones taking centre stage while 'Track 3' is darker and more menacing thanks to a more industrial aesthetic. It's back to light, hope and optimise with closer 'Track 4' which has glowing pads layered up to perfection.
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Space Opera
Space Opera (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AI 37. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Part One (26:32)
Part Two (24:07)
Review: Space Opera by Pianeti Sintetici, released on the renowned Astral Industries label, embarks on a cosmic journey split into two parts. Conceived by Italian artist Davide Perrone, the project imagines the creation of synthetic worlds through sound. Part one and two merge seamlessly, narrating an expansive voyage of cosmic exploration. Through intricate sound design, the album crafts a tapestry of intergalactic atmospheres, offering a tactile and spatial experience. In the depths of space, ethereal drones and otherworldly transmissions coalesce, creating a vivid sonic landscape. Modular synthesisers and intense audio manipulations breathe life into the composition, guiding listeners through the enigmatic realms of alien worlds. Space Opera is a stunning odyssey that invites audiences to immerse themselves in the mysteries of the cosmos.
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Spirit Medicine
Cat: AI 34. Rel: 01 Sep 23
Spirit Medicine (part One) (20:49)
Spirit Medicine (part Two) (20:35)
Review: The latest release on Astral Industries comes from Toki Fuko, otherwise known as Sergey Korotaev. With a catalogue reaching back to 2008, Korotaev has explored subliminal approaches to techno on labels like Joachim Speith's Affin and delivered albums to Space Of Variants and Lowless. From the ritualistic, immersive strain of machine music he has always dealt in, it's a natural progression towards the flickering, ethnological mantras he weaves on Spirit Medicine. The Fourth World tag is the most immediate one to reach for, but as with many artist operating in this field, Korotaev finds his own voice from within a panoply of sound sources, favouring a brooding, murmuring and mantra-like approach to composition which you could easily let your mind wander in for days.
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