Behind Anemone Tube is Stefan Hanser, a gifted musician who might not release much, but always astonishes with the sounds that hit the street as well as his live-performances.
Agxivatein delivers with two releases from none other than Francisco López and Z’ev. Time to support our Greek friends and buy some of those releases, you know they’re worth it!
It is not every day that a new release by Yen Pox sees the light of day. Let it be said that this one was highly anticipated by their fans. Substantia Innominata has added another classic release to its roster, and all parties involved have something new on their CV of which they can be really, really proud.
The result of Daniel Alexander Hignell’s studies is a journey through a desolate town, but as is reasonably normal in the scene of minimalism, isolationism and soundscapes, desolation is something beautiful that embraces you and makes you feel alive.
Definitely a high standard, as we are accustomed from Triple Bath, but despite that it is an enjoyable album, and good listening, and great artwork, and very well performed… it also lacks something. It’s hard to put your finger on it, but it just doesn’t ‘fit’.
Flint Glass – Connexion Bizarre Podcast identifier [exclusive] Monstrare – Ma’At (Part 1) [Isfet – Dragon Flight Recordings LLS] Lustmord – Heresy Part V [Heresy – Soleilmoon Recordings] Veil Of [ … ]
“Molnija Aura is an electronic ambient/glitch project of Davide Del Col and Andrea Marutti from Milan, Italy.” This is taken literally from the press release, and I agree with all of you that an opening sentence couldn’t have been any more plain than this. But there is something in that line that made me reconsider writing it a few times…
n.strahl.n & Mystified “Maschinenfugen” Cassette, Licht & Stahl, 2010 www.nstrahln.blogspot.com www.mystifiedmusic.com Before me – or at least hidden in the cassette-player – is a split release between projects from Gemany [ … ]
An album where you can hear all the things Philipp Münch has ever done, but in a very different perspective than what might be expected from him. Granted the sound may seem a bit dated from time to time, but it’s all in a good way – when you play some old Throbbing Gristle or Cabaret Voltaire you won’t complain about older drum machines. So it’s enough to say that ‘dated’ is not the word; this is called ‘vintage’.
Reviews of the the latest (but not the last) 7″ releases from Drone Records…