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|1.||Rrose & James Fei - "For Bass Clarinet 8.97" (Rrose version) (6:33)|
|2.||Ron Morelli - "Psychic Harms Of Economic Deprivation" (6:31)|
|3.||Laurel Halo - "Dies Ist Ein" (3:53)|
|1.||Anthony Child - "Forced Compliance Behavior, Decision-Making & Effort" (4:46)|
|2.||Not Waving - "Human Disfunction" (3:45)|
|3.||Charlemagne Palestine - "Drruuhhnnn Innn Duhh Mooooohhnnn" (7:54)|
|1.||Luke Slater - "When It Twists" (8:20)|
|2.||Phase Fatale - "Nightmare In LA" (4:43)|
|3.||June & An-i - "Afterlife" (5:57)|
|1.||Silent Servant - "New World" (4:04)|
|2.||Octo Octa - "Hallway Visions" (7:13)|
|3.||Function - "Zahlensender (Ssb)" (3:53)|
Since launching in 2011, James Healy's Air Texture label and compilation series has become something of an institution within the ambient scene. As with its predecessors, the seventh volume in the series has been jointly compiled by two artists with an existing musical relationship, in this case Rrose and Silent Servant. Their selections are on point, drowsily drifting between academic ambient compositions (see Rrose and James Fei's "For Bass Clarinet 8.97 (Rrose Version)", uncomfortable electronic explorations (Ron Morelli, Anthony Child), modular movements (Not Waving), jazz-flecked deep space soundscapes (Luke Slater), horror-influenced throb-jobs (Phase Fatale, June & An-i) and 1990s style ambient electronica (Octa Octa, Function).