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Noosphere (2xLP)
Cat: ESP 104. Rel: 24 Jan 24
Modern Classical
Grana (3:11)
Vorsichtig - Mutiger - Verloren (3:09)
The Idea Of A Horizon (3:11)
View From My Parents House (4:37)
Folie (2:04)
X-Pulse (1:09)
Ungeheuer Ist Vieles (0:30)
Seance (4:03)
Nexus II On The Beach (1:10)
Langsame Bewegung (1:58)
Zwischen Luft (4:44)
Chez Charles (1:32)
P-Analyse (2:36)
La Caduta Degli Dei (2:28)
Aavikon (No Water) (4:48)
Track 16 (1:53)
Dark Matter Art Cabinet (4:21)
Hatch On A Hunch (2:42)
Theban Constitutional (4:54)
Kismet (1:21)
No Noosphere (3:00)
Review: Contemporary classical seems to be having a bit of a moment in the sun right now as it breaks out of its traditional confines and makes a mark on the wider world. Bartellow, who is one-third of the Tambien project and also goes by the name Beni Brachtel in the classical scene, is back on ESP Institute with a second full-length. Noosphere brings together parts of some of his theatrical scores for WUT, Odipus and Antigone and Der Zauberberg amongst others. It takes in cues from Baroque and Impressionism with plenty of sweeping drama and moments of intense emotionality across four sides of sound.
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Played by: Kaoru Inoue
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Tremors (12")
Cat: ESP 116. Rel: 29 Aug 23
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Fastlane (2xLP)
Cat: ESP 103. Rel: 21 Jul 23
Habits (5:34)
Fast Lane (6:25)
Crank (6:10)
Move Me (feat Nadia D'Alo) (8:21)
Solver (7:22)
Element (4:47)
Gasoline (6:52)
Industry (5:55)
Trick Shot (5:12)
Silverblade (feat O-Wells) (5:13)
Lost (Again) (6:36)
1337 (5:51)
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0104 (limited 12")
Cat: ESP 111. Rel: 06 Feb 23
0141 (7:02)
E-Maniac (6:10)
Review: Returning after a four year hiatus from production, Glaswegian producer Jasper James presents the next release for Lovefingers' ESP Institute. As stated on the cover, James 'fights for what he wants to be cuz function is the key. These two songs will ping your pong and pong your ping'. On the A side you have the playful and swing-fuelled stomper '0141' that's certainly geared for the peak of the evening ,followed over on the flip with the heady minimal funk of 'E-Maniac'.
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Played by: Thomas wood
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Sublimate (12")
Cat: ESP 113. Rel: 06 Oct 23
Sublimate (6:33)
Precipitate (4:26)
Played by: DJ ROCCA
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Night Of The Endless Beyond
Cat: ESP 108. Rel: 14 Nov 22
Deep House
Endless Beyond (7:32)
Isolarian (4:59)
Strato (7:52)
Together (8:42)
Light Nights (2:31)
Quadralogue (9:14)
Otherness (5:20)
Truth (6:05)
Wonder (5:27)
Postdrome (5:57)
Review: You wait ages for a Lord of the Isles album, and two come along at once! 'Night of the Endless Beyond', the Scottish producer's second full-length excursion for ESP Institute, follows hot on the heels of the inspired (if shorter) 'Subtle Thoughts' on Lapsus. While that was almost entirely made up of typically atmospheric ambient sketches, this epic goes further, complimenting his usual beat-free brilliance with forays into dubbed-out, deep space ambient techno ('Endless Beyond'), analogue-rich emotive techno (the star-fall brilliance of 'Strato'), ambient house ('Together' and the wonderfully trippy 'Quadralogue'), crackly IDM ('Truth') and picturesque, soft-focus dancefloor hypnotism ('Wonder').
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Gossip Is The Devil's Radio EP
Cat: ESP 115. Rel: 07 Sep 23
Deep Dubstep
Gossip Is The Devil's Radio (5:20)
Good Question (6:14)
Strings Of Sorrow (5:20)
Perpetual Conflict (4:59)
G.E.L. (5:20)
Review: It's time to turn on, tune in and drop all over the shop as Low End Activist unleashes the deliciously titled 'Gossip Is The Devil's Radio' on ESP. A little deeper and more explorative than recent club-heavy dispatches he's been firing out lately, this EP takes us much deeper into his dubby, eerie psyche where cold, dystopian flavours and aesthetics rule the roost. Highlights include being pushed head first into abyssal frequencies on the likes of 'Good Question' and the industrial swagger of 'G.E.L'. Time to get activated.
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Dislocation Climb (remixes)
Cat: ESP 088B. Rel: 07 May 24
Point Vacancies (Hodge remix) (5:54)
Dislocation Climb (Jamie Paton remix) (6:52)
Dislocation Climb (Jamie Paton dubwise I) (4:59)
Dislocation Climb (Jamie Paton dubwise II) (4:04)
Review: ESP Institute revisits Metal's Dislocation Climb here with a special series of remixes that bring an all-new perspective to the originals. Hodge goes first and brings his signature sense of rhythmic invention to 'Point Vacancies' as he layers in rueful chords over prickly beats. 'Dislocation Climb' then gets three different re-rubs from Jamie Paton - the first is a snaking dub with dynamic drums, and the next two then sink even further into pillowy drums and dubbed out low ends with deft synth lines weaving and out of the drums.
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Played by: DJ ROCCA
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The Problem With George
Cat: ESP 112. Rel: 30 Nov 22
Deep House
The Problem With George (6:39)
The Mystery Of Mr Lee (6:35)
Review: Opal Sunn aka Alex Kassian and Hiroaki OBA are dreamers and fantasists that comes over in the inventive sounds they cook up on their first Ep for the ESP Institute label. The title track 'The Problem With George' kicks off and is a dense and prickly affair. Jittery synth lines and restless snares, dubs of deep space colour and droplets of melody all make for a nebulous cacophony that tugs and pull in different directions at once. 'The Mystery Of Mr Lee' is a little more settled with its silky space house grooves and meditative chords.
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Agua Del Cenote
Agua Del Cenote (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ESP 085. Rel: 09 Nov 21
Deep House
Agua Del Cenote (5:56)
Agua Del Cenote (Harald Grosskopf Synthesist mix) (6:16)
Let It Loose (Freaks Only) (6:11)
Cuko (5:59)
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The Lost Art Of Wandering
Cat: ESP 070. Rel: 21 May 20
Denton' Texas (5:36)
Fossil, Oregon (4:26)
Tuscon, Arizona (3:19)
Livermore, California (5:38)
Astoria, Oregon (4:11)
Roslyn, Washington (4:25)
Idaho Falls, Idaho (3:26)
Paradise, California (5:43)
Review: From a cover image wonderfully displaying the proportional difference between humans and the world we call home, to the expansive pedal steel guitar chords that weep their way through the musical destinations here, Raymond Richards encapsulates the vast openness of the US in sound, offering aural interpretations of the beauty and desolation, hope and devastation this wildly rich but painfully unequal country is home to. Track titles are inspired by real pins on the map, although it's unlikely you'll recognise many - we're talking 'Paradise, California' (a swooning, sun-kissed closing overture), 'Astoria, Oregon' (a lilting, vast but quiet slice of ambient) and 'Roslyn, Washington' (which sounds like psychedelic country) rather than more obvious places like Los Angeles, where Richards stomped about with the likes of DJ Lovefingers and Slowdive affiliates Mojave 3 in the late-1990s.
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Sand Paintings
Cat: ESP 081. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Psych/Garage Rock
Badwater Basin (3:01)
Rattlesnake Pass (3:18)
Monument Valley (4:16)
2 Cent Mambo (2:59)
Saguaro (4:37)
Zion Lodge (2:57)
Farrington Dome (2:48)
Deer On Hwy 80 (4:32)
Mescal Shakes (3:59)
Sonora (3:18)
Review: Raymond Richards emerges once again as a musical maestro in Sand Paintings, displaying his unparalleled mastery of the pedal steel. Teaming up with Calexico's John Convertino and an array of eclectic instrumentalists, Richards delves deeper into his contemplative sonic world. From the courageous chords of 'Badwater Basin' to the dramatic landscapes of 'Monument Valley' and 'Saguaro,' each track resonates with emotional depth and cultural richness. While the album expands into grand cinematic gestures, there's a stoic singularity pervading throughout - a lonesome cowboy facing the elements with unwavering resolve. Despite the visceral intensity, a cloaked vulnerability emerges, revealing a profound connection to the world. Sand Paintings is not merely an album; it's a journey through landscapes of sound and emotion, guided by Richards' transcendent vision and honesty.
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Cat: ESP 110. Rel: 30 Mar 22
Starnet (1:59)
Gamete (3:28)
Massonia (3:55)
Zooid (3:57)
Ssekkai (4:38)
Pyrosome (1:58)
Kaseijin (3:42)
Hydrozoa (4:06)
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Trinity Carbon
Cat: ESP 105. Rel: 17 Jun 21
Mild Bunch (4:28)
Ghost Army Redemption (5:26)
Fade II Black (2:59)
Star & Garterlude 1 (1:00)
Safe Distance (4:20)
Underwater Ghosts (5:07)
Star & Garterlude 2 (1:19)
Archaeoacoustics (5:26)
High St (5:36)
Ashley Road Steppa (4:40)
The Drake Equation (4:25)
Celestial Bird (2:39)
Lullaby For The Apocalypse (5:00)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, M50
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