A1 My Etherealrealness
A2 Phantom Trap
B1 Flying Saucer Review
limited release of 300 copies with silkscreened sleeves
A2 Rencontre Avec Le Skua
A3 Pingouins Sur La Banquise
B1 Plongée De Glace
B4 L’Adieu À L’Antarctique
Autres Séances Électroniques Rue De Courcelles
C2 La Fête Des Deux Avions
D1 Ballet Sans Balais
D2 Indicatifs Télé Zaïre
D3 Ballet Mécanique
The late French soundtrack composer (1939-1975) was one of the first to use frequency modulators on an 8 track homestudio. He was known for his melodic works mixing electronic & acoustic. His oeuvre has been sampled by many. This release devotes a posthumous work composed for a Cousteau documentary which was refused, probably beacuse it was too avant-garde. On the second disc you’ll find different tasty style-exercises that show to what extend Roubaix manipulated the modulators with ingenuity.
Emotional northern ambient from Varg and Michel Isorinne recorded during the desolate Swedish winter.
Jonas Ronnberg aka Varg with a mini album themed around dominance and glamour. This is the statement of Penthouse Electronics.
Hide your tears in the rain and take a big sip of Adam’s ale with this H20 trip by the most mysterious artist that Cliff is.
Since his emergence onto the scene in 2012, Acronym has carved a bold name for himself within the burgeoning sphere of techno championed by his Northern Electronics compatriots, with releases on Semantica as well as his own Dimensional Explorations imprint. ‘June’ continues to affirm the young producer’s reputation as a skilled craftsman of densely woven, atmospheric electronic music, whilst serving as a substantial contribution to the Northern Electronics catalogue.
icy live electronics.
“This record is meant to be enjoyed like a seascape. It offers a Mediterranean journey, one that Ulysses, Aeneas, and Jason with his Argonauts charted first and Pep Llopis, retraced and retread — from the islands of Menorca to Santorini. All of his experiences are aboard this vessel of sound: no format in mind, no course but the chasm within self. The music gently laps against listening skin— sometimes placid, sometimes shimmering. Ripples of sound swell and quicken. Flutes like schools of fish. The spray of chimes. Taught strings break like the shore. Tingling, undulating synths. The record cover acts as a map, tracing the forms of the original art and providing the poems in Catalan and Spanish.”
A1 Blurred Perceptions Of Substance
A2 Reality Is What You Can Get Away With
A3 Whereabouts Unknown
B1 Without Tears
B2 Terrestrial Measure
Stunning downtempo ambient techno excursions.
A2 Ben_m (Tidal Fields Version)
B2 Bit Fragments
Book Of Eibon (Parasols Remix)
Absurd (Vercetti Technicolor Remix)
Die 7 Tore Des Schreckens (Xander Harris Remix)
Voices (Antoni Maiovvi Remix)
Sette Porte Dell Inferno (Mater Suspiria Vision Inferno Veneziano Remix
“For those not in the know Mater Suspria Vision are one of last remaining first wave of Witch House, proceed without prejudice, MSV were a truly bizarre one of a kind group. Combining Cosmic style with early Krautrock experimentation, bootleg VHS and a wild sense of humour, MSV have been one of our favourite groups for a long time. We’ve taken their last LP Antropophagus and run it through the Giallo Disco filter, featuring remixes by Xander Harris, Parasols AKA Ali Renault, Antoni Maiovvi and Vercetti Technicolor. Mastered by Alek Stark, Art by Eric Lee and Giorgio Anselmi”
A1 Let The Dancer Do His Thing
B1 Baseline 313
B2 Another Fantasy
Cdr Mike Huckaby – My Life With The Wave Vol II (containing 192 Waldorf Wave)
Limited 313 copies 12″+ CD containing 192 Waldorf wave sample set
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Dwig delivers his third LP and it’s every bit as bittersweet, touching and textured as you’d hope. Broad in its bright scope, the collection is a dynamic weave as we’re nudged and coerced to every corner of Dwig’s palette. From the midnight blues and finger clicking sparsity of “Hidden Spot” and evocative rippling stamps of the title track to the overwhelming layers of jazzy emotion on “I’m Used To It”, this is the sound of the Giegling-affiliate really burrowing deep into his signature. Find your own paradise…
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Sinister ambient dub techno
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At the tail end of 2016, Giegling released a fine EP of remixes of tracks from Kettenkarussell’s 2014 debut album, Easy Listening. It seemed like a strange move at the time (even if the remixes were excellent), but thanks to the appearance of this sophomore album now makes perfect sense. As follow-ups go, Insecurity Guard is rather impressive. Deep, atmospheric and, at times, otherworldly, the album flits between crackling, ambient-influenced haziness, locked-in dancefloor wooziness, twinkling, string-laden techno, dubbed-out goodness (the hissing goodness of “Your Hands”) and the kind of loose and languid fusions of electronic and acoustic instrumentation that defy easy categorization (see sublime closer “Brueder”).