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Quick Trips: Cian - Riparian

(Entertainment Systems, 2015)

Cian’s first tape for Entertainment Systems, the bubbly and inviting Riparian, fully showcases maestro Kevin Altamirano Zubiría’s penchant for mathematical playfulness and experimentation. 395 more words

Music

2015 REDUX / DANKEN


In Q4 of 2015 I quietly released a pair of free digital albums.

DANKEN was released around Thanksgiving (the American one) and is four kosmische-electronic tracks I recorded for (and given in the form of an exclusive limited deluxe-edition CD-R as a gift to) some unreasonably dedicated Arachnidiscs Recordings/BABEL patrons. 47 more words

Babel

Noise Arcade - Moving Past Things Now Gone


Artist: Noise Arcade
title: Moving Past Things Now Gone
keywords: ambient, electronic, kosmische, leftfield, techno, lo-fi, weird, pop, Denmark
label: Metaphysical Circuits

Our second ‘sette of singular synth/beat trance-visions from Noise Arcade (aka. 911 more words

Electronic

Expo '70: Kinetic Tones LP

Officially the first album I received this year. Nothing on the card sleeve nor labels to identify the record and it took me a little while to realize that this is DLX version of Expo ’70s latest album, Kinetic Tones. 150 more words

Experimental

Amon Düül II - Sandoz In The Rain

Here be Amon Düül II with the closing track from their 1970 masterpiece, the double album ‘Yeti’;  with Amon Düül 1 members Rainer Bauer and Ulrich Leopold joining their former band mates for this  beautiful piece of Teutonic folk song about tripping in the rain. Sublime.

Underground

Crate-Digging: Three Fourths Tigers - Indoor Voice

(Field Hymns, 2015)

What happens when the other quarter of your being, the one that’s not tiger, catches up to the fraction that is? 705 more words

Music

Crate-Digging: Selaroda - viaje a través de sonidos transportative

(Inner Islands, 2015)

Michael Henning’s Selaroda project’s got the reverent meditative thing down. In fact, it’s so down, it’s practically its own spacetime continuum, dictating our dimensional space and our timelines. 571 more words

Music