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Back Catalogue: Ambient/Drone

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  1. Misarens Hogborg (8:13)
  2. Eremiten (8:14)
  3. Ensam I Vasa (5:41)
  4. Att Leva I Intet (5:00)
  5. Svartfjallet (3:56)
  6. Morkret, Kylan (5:36)
  7. Tystnaden & Ensamheten (7:36)
Review: By our reckoning Morkret, Kylan, Tystnaden & Ensamheten is the eighth long player Jonas Ronnberg and Michel Isorinne have issued together as Dard A Ranj Fran Det Hebbershalska Samfundet in the past two years. Impressive work, more so given how productive Ronnberg is in his other musical endeavours these days. Recorded live in Hebbershalet, Sweden late 2014, this latest D.A.R.F.D.H.S. adventure sees the pair once again traversing the frosty ambient soundscapes across seven tracks that will delight and intrigue the more open minded of electronic music followers. From start to finish, Morkret, Kylan, Tystnaden & Ensamheten is an immersive affair with only the occasional concession to anything resembling a beat - "Ensam I Vasa" and "Tystnaden & Ensamheten" are both quite beautiful.
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Exorde (12")
Cat: DEDALE 10. Rel: 26 Oct 16
  1. Preface De 1977 (3:38)
  2. (Le) Mythe (4:14)
  3. Cecrops (4:45)
  4. Structure (6:14)
  5. Meandres (5:20)
Review: This new Syncrophone sub label named For Those Who Know is dedicated to 'alternative sounds' and presents mysterious French dark ambient industrial act Dedale. Starting out with the morose and rolling dub textures of "Preface de 1977" and the the woozy heroin house of "(Le) mythe" on the A side. On the flip, there's some haunting retro coldwave vibes on "Structure" and Meandres" respectively. Also features some lovely artwork and design on the sleeve by Anne Raffin / Annomane. We certainly are curious to see what kind of obscurities this label brings to us next!
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Vendredi (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UMHS 10. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Vendredi
  2. Azan
  3. Cello Panetta feat Rreplay
Review: As Until My Heart Stops turns 10, we head back across the Atlantic , this time to Boston and a stunning ep from the still hugely under rated DeViere.DeViere is a music producer and radio disc jockey (Progressive Black, 90.3 FM WZBC Newton) based in Boston, Massachusetts. He first came to our attention with the Transcendental Numbers ep on Jamal Moss' Mathematics label in 2012 and we've waited on each release ever since, including last year's huge Future Shock Disco ep (a collaboration with Jamal himself). Here DeViere presents 3 beautiful examples of his deep, soulful craft and a fitting way for UMHS to hit double figures.
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Pulse (12")
Cat: TTT 057. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Pulse (16:53)
  2. High (17:38)
Review: The partnership of Kassem Mosse and Beatrice Dillon; Dillon Wendel is a place for the two respected artists to explore soundscapes, aesthetics and synthesis in pastures aeons away from the dancefloors they're most familiar with. Both compositions weighing in over 15 minutes, they're experiences which challenge form and convention; "Pulse" ripples with its namesake, a texture that buzzes and drones in endless waves while "High" mutates a warmer, grainer tone with dizzying effect.
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Played by: Medlar
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Presents 3 Tracks (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GRA 013. Rel: 24 Jun 19
  1. Olo - "Balast" (8:26)
  2. El Trick - "Ko Ko Dak Dak" (5:54)
  3. Palta - "Daeksel" (3:56)
Review: DJ Central presents three new aliases on this elegantly put together 12". Conjuring up the perfect recipe for a DJ Cake, Central blends and explores the likes of pulsating atmospheric techno on the track "Balast", smoothly escalating breaks on "Ko Ko Dak Dak" and hazy crackling ambient on the finale "Daeksel". Unique, inspiring and truly excellent works from the one they call DJ Central.

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Multi (green vinyl 12")
Cat: PASS 002. Rel: 17 Feb 16
  1. Male (4:47)
  2. Female (5:42)
  3. Back (4:58)
  4. Forth (5:09)
Review: Danny Passarella kick started his eponymous label last year by collaborating with Perc Trax boss Ali Wells, and this second release sees him working with another veteran of UK techno in Oliver Ho. Fresh off supplying Cititrax with his debut LP as Broken English Club, Ho's work alongside Passarella sees the pair embark on "an exploration of gender and growth, moving between the superficially binary genders, creating new identities through this process." The track titles, "Male", "Female", "Back" and "Forth", back up this notion, while the sounds themselves exist in something of a soundtrack-indebted space removed from the more direct output both artists can be known for.
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  1. Madteo - "Science Friction"
  2. 291out - "Urania (Titoli Di Coda)"
  3. SVN - "Low"
  4. Dresvn - "Moonwalk"
  5. Doc L Junior - "Modul 32"
Review: Soundtracks For No Film Vol. 1 is a rather charming mini album of outer-spatial, conceptual electronics from the always on point Acido Records label, seemingly tasking contributors to deliver arrangements worthy of soundtracking film. Madteo sets the tone with "Science Fiction" a haunting spectral cut with little regard for beat structures that could feasibly sit in alongside his brilliant LP for Sahko last year. Alongside this, the A Side features three short form productions, with 291out's "Urania (Titoli Di Coda)" the highlight, sounding very much like the music you might hear during the end credits of a forgotten 80s sci-fi drama. Complementing this, sometime Sex Tags Mania artist Doc L Junior is given the whole of the B Side to draw out an expansive, epic synthscapes "Modul 2".
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Salles Des Perdus (repress) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: WAITR. Rel: 21 Dec 16
  1. Track 1 (8:36)
  2. Track 2 (6:13)
  3. Track 3 (4:51)
  4. Track 4 (7:04)
  5. Track 5 (6:47)
  6. Track 6 (6:02)
Review: We at Juno HQ originally coined what is now known as the 'grey area', a sub-genre which has flourished in recent years in the post-Autonomic idiom of drum and bass, popularised by groundbreaking underground Berlin imprints such as Samurai Horo, Hidden Hawaii and of course the mysterious Weevil Neighbourhood. Repetition/Distract is Felix Hoeck aka Felix K, who originally released Salles Des Perdus ?in 2012 and it now gets a much needed repress. When you consider more recent releases on the label by the likes of SPR (with his black metal/dark ambient crossover) as well as Steven Porter's Katsunori Sawa who delivered last year's brutal Secret Of Silence LP, you can really trace back the original vision of the label through this EP with its sombre, textured noise experiments reminiscent of early Cold Meat Industries.
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Will To Be Well (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 007. Rel: 04 Jul 14
  1. First Page From Justine
  2. A Communion With These People
  3. Function Curve
  4. Sensitised To This Area
  5. Lovers Of The Highlands
  6. Four Daughters By Four Women
  7. Her Mind Was A Blank
  8. Transference
  9. To Be Universal You Must Be Specific
  10. Someone Secure
  11. Entertain The Idea
  12. Abyssal Plane
  13. Thoughts Out Of Season
  14. DSM-III
  15. Masquerading As Love
Review: Ambient explorers Dalhous - AKA producers Marc Dalla and Alex Ander- have some intriguing influences; apparently this second full length for Blackest Ever Black was inspired by their fascination with the life and work of radical psychiatrist R.D Laing. Whether this is noticeable in the music is debatable, though there are plenty of varied moods, dreamy melodies, cascading electronics and glitchy rhythms to be found on Will To Be Well. Certainly, it's a thoroughly engaging and entertaining set, far lighter and more melodious in tone and texture than their 2013 debut. There are still droning passages of intense melancholy, of course, but these are countered by sun-bright melodies and beautiful, drawn-out sounds.
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Blood Forest (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RER 019. Rel: 16 Apr 14
  1. Emclod
  2. In Cover
  3. Tap
  4. Neet Swim
  5. Drown
  6. Tenblum
  7. Dettol
  8. Lousey
  9. If Ever
  10. Blood Forest
  11. Left/Right
  12. Siege
Review: The majestic Dead Fader returns to the ever-surprising Robot Elephant label with his sophomore LP, a much more intricate and pensive sketchwork of sounds compared to the brash and improvisational sounds of his debut full-length, Corrupt My Examiner. Blood Forest, on the other hand, is pure and unadulterated rhythmic delight form start to finish, a complex experimentation of morphing drum patterns and hollow atmospherics. Our top picks have to be "Tap", an aqueous and deranged stumble of kicks and wails; the crystal-like drones of "Drown"; the drunken hap-hazard arrangement of "Lousey", and finally, the title track "Blood Forest" for its mystical ambience and trippy succession of beat skips. Indulge.
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Cat: FUR 055LP. Rel: 29 Jul 13
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
Review: It's not been that long that Pat Murano of The No-Neck Blues Band has been indulging in his Decimus project, with releases just dating back to 2011. However in that time a wealth of material has emerged, and in his detailed and organic approach Murano demonstrates the more diverse, delicate side of noise production. Bringing his Decimus series to Further Records, he firsts treats us to a simmering cauldron of foreboding that seems to summon pagan incantations from a great distance while a dishevelled pulse ticks away over moaning and ever-so quiet bass. On the second track, there is less thrust to the collage and a more free-flowing spirit takes hold, solemn guitar notes suspended alongside dismembered voices and echo chamber pops and spits rumbling away underneath.
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Played by: J. Haller
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Cat: LOVE 065. Rel: 29 Jul 10
  1. Caged In Stammheim
  2. Eurydice
  3. Regolith
  4. The Stars Are Moving
  5. Bardo Thodol
  6. Matilda's Dream
Review: * DEMDIKE REPRESS * Lancashire dwellers Demdike Stare revel in surrounding themselves in a haunting mysticism so it's no surprise to read the title of the second of three LPs for release on Modern Love in 2010 is a reference to the 'Tibetan Book Of The Dead'. Across half a dozen tracks and 45 minutes, "Liberation Through Hearing" infuses your senses with a sense of deep seated paranoia via the narcotic, strung out dubbed grooves and usage of unsettling samples. "Regolith" in particular brings to mind the music that soundtracks survival horror videogame Silent Hill with the patter of sonic interference soon dominated by abrasive metallic textures. On the flip "The Stars Are Moving" approaches a concession to techno aesthetics as electro pulses gradually rise from the sonic mist. This is expanded upon on "Bardo Thodol", the only track with percussion at its core. The gently undulating chords that rise from the eleven minutes of white noise that make up "Matilda's Dream" makes for a transcendental ending to this fascinating, hypnotic release.
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Thoughtstream (LP in screen printed sleeve + insert)
Cat: ISLE 001. Rel: 20 Jul 16
  1. Pacific (3:45)
  2. Like A Dream (5:10)
  3. Green Diver (2:33)
  4. Pool (1:24)
  5. Square Fauna (2:44)
  6. Seine (2:15)
  7. Echo Thought (4:40)
  8. Caleidoscope (4:12)
  9. Hologram (4:39)
  10. Stream Itself (2:16)
  11. Black Frame (3:27)
Review: Glasgow's 12th Isle collective describe themselves as a "label, nightlife institution, and occasional radio broadcaster," and their debut release will find favour with anyone that keeps up to date on the inner workings of Going Good, Firecracker, Mood Hut to SUED and Acido. Thoughtstream is a truly delightful album recorded by St. Petersburg-based duo Dices + AEM, spanning some 11 tracks recorded over the duration of 2015 by the Udacha and Gost Zvuk affiliates. Influences from early sequence-based electronics and vintage space rock abound throughout Thoughtstream, paired up with a diverse rhythmic approach that is quite reminiscent of the Aquarian Foundation album that Going Good put out a few years back. Extra points are awarded for the superb silk-screened artwork courtesy of 12th Isle's own Al White.
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Cat: AUK 104LP. Rel: 10 May 13
  1. Water Park Theme (take 2)
  2. Floating Underwater Watching Waves
  3. Phases
  4. Canadian Prairies
  5. Like The Wind
  6. Good Bye Edmonton
  7. Water Park Theme (reprise)
Review: Created as an accompaniment to a sixteen-minute film about a water park in Edmonton, Canadian drone artist Dirty Beaches has seen fit to issue his ethereal soundtrack on 10" through Anton Newcombe's A Records imprint. Taking the gentler, melodic approach to noise, Alex Zhang Hungtai employs guitar, piano and lots of reverb amongst other synthesized sounds and squashes it all through a crust of analogue degradation for a truly dreamlike end result. There are brief moments of abrasive sound design, as on "Floating Underwater Watching Waves", but any such fiery sonics are bookended by prolonged, meditative excursions into repeated harmonic phrases.
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Deterrence (limited 180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DEN 222LP. Rel: 10 Feb 15
  1. Simulated Charity
  2. War Of Attrition
  3. Prisoner's Dilemma
  4. Axiom Of Choice
  5. Mutual Assured Destruction
Review: Ricardo Donoso is all over the place at the moment, releasing mind-bending bursts of sonic warfare on the incorrigible Denovali label, left, right and centre. We're big fans of his latest LP for the label, so another EP is very much welcomed at this point! Picking up where he left off, we have five new tracks spanning the full circle, and much like the majority of Donoso's output, there's a distinct nod to the elements. The sounds on tracks such as "Simulated Charity" or "Prisoner's Dilemma", although most probably processed on both software and hardware, have an ethereal feel about them, and one can almost hear the gusts of wind and the tidal waves circulating amid the drones and aural landscapes. Donoso is a truly underrated character. This is electronic music at its finest.
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Sarava Exu LP (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DEN 223LP. Rel: 10 Feb 15
  1. Crepusculum
  2. Vesperum
  3. Conticinium
  4. Intempestiva
  5. Gallicinium
  6. Matutinum
  7. Diluculum
Review: More wide-eyed, experimental goodness from Germany's Denovali Records has landed! Ricardo Donoso has quickly progressed over the years thanks to a hefty number of releases on the excellent Digitalis Recordings, another imprint reserved solely for the most daring of electronic concoctions. His latest LP is a journey through thick waters, where cavernous and apocalyptic drones are swallowed whole by flurries of noise and waves of sonic bleakness. It's the sort of music which could be in just about any film about the fall of man, and Donoso's balance between light and darkness is simply sublime. If you're into any of the PAN's label output, this is for you. Recommended.
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Played by: Kondaktor
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A Song For Echo (limited LP)
Cat: KTX 001. Rel: 03 Oct 14
  1. 15:40 (Dawn)
  2. 13:23 (Dusk)
Review: Currently residing in Boston, Ricardo Donoso is a composer, percussionist and electronic musician from Rio de Janeiro. Donoso's greater body of work can be found on Digitalis alongside other dalliances with Further Records and Hospital Productions. He's also a drummer for 'avant-death metal' band Ehnahre and one half of experimental electronic duo Perispirit. Described as a producer of 'anti-techno', Donoso latest 12" provides Kathexis with two ambient and long form productions, with the first, "15:40 (Dawn)", a spacious and stripped backed session of plucks, chimes and thumps, while "13:23 (Dusk)" is an evolving swirl of haunting tones and industrial atmospheres produced in a manner similar to Lussuria.
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Cat: SP 029BLACK. Rel: 21 Aug 13
  1. Vaporware 01
  2. Vaporware 02
  3. Vaporware 03
  4. Vaporware 04
  5. Vaporware 05
  6. Vaporware 06
  7. Vaporware 07
Review: ** Bee Mask Repress **The prospect of Donato Dozzy reworking Bee Mask for the Spectrum Spool label is a mouth watering one and this double LP collection, entitled straightforwardly enough Donato Dozzy Plays Bee Mask more than lives up to it's billing. Originally commissioned to turn in a remix of Bee Mask's "Vaporware" track from last year's LP for Room 40, Dozzy apparently felt the track's inherent beauty merited more than just the one and sent over seven! This decision has resulted in a superb collection of reimaginations from the Voices Of The Lake producer, ranging from calming moments of serenity to bleepish, deep techno explorations.
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K (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FUR 018LP. Rel: 01 Oct 10
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
Review: ** Repress ** Donato Dozzy is spoken about in hushed tones by anyone worth their techno salt. On the K LP he shows us why: across seven unnamed tracks the Italian producer takes us on a journey that at times is calming and ambient; at others hazy and atmospheric. Few producers before him can have been so adept at producing richly textured, melodic techno, with the almost deathly slow opening track leading into a truly unique and rewarding listening experience. Importantly, Dozzy never strays too far into esoteric territory a€" this is still palpably techno music. Originally released as a limited edition cassette on Further Records, this double LP is lovingly packaged in screen printed casing. Seriously collectable.
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Instrumental Tourist (gatefold LP + CD)
Cat: SFT0 176ILP. Rel: 22 Nov 12
  1. Uptown Psychedelia
  2. Scene From A French Zoo
  3. Vaccination (For Thomas Mann)
  4. Intrusions
  5. Whole Earth Tascam
  6. GRM Blue I
  7. GRM Blue II
  8. Racist Drone
  9. Grey Geisha
  10. Instrumental Tourist
  11. Ritual For Consumption
  12. Vaccination No 2
  13. Uptown Psychedelia
  14. Scene From A French Zoo
  15. Vaccination (For Thomas Mann)
  16. Intrusions
  17. Whole Earth Tascam
  18. GRM Blue I
  19. GRM Blue II
  20. Racist Drone
  21. Grey Geisha
  22. Instrumental Tourist
  23. Ritual For Consumption
  24. Vaccination No 2
Review: Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin are both well known for their intricate, neo-classical drones. The former has released one of the best experimental albums of the last five years, the enchanting Ravedeath, 1972 while the latter goes by the name of Oneohtrix Point Never, an alias which has resulted in the formidable Replica LP. Both artists are meticulous experimenters of sound, and although the LP opens with the relatively gentle "Uptown Psychedelia", a winding collection of synths being disrupted by chaotic explosions, it's quickly dismantled by more apocalyptic pieces such as "Instrusions" and "GRM Blue II", where the duo carefully place the tranquillity of soft pads next to the doom of lurid feedback noises. But it's the long and continuously evolving sounds of tracks like "Racist Drones" and "Grey Geisha" that shine through most brightly, and the title track "Instrumental Tourist" is a carefully detailed mutation of timbres and atmospherics. This is the mature side of noise and drone, shifting Hecker and Lopatin into deeper, more treacherous waters but still retaining a strong musical foothold, and is exactly the sort of thing we want to see from these two great talents.
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Salles Des Perdus (limited numbered clear vinyl LP)
Cat: WAIT. Rel: 28 Feb 13
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
Review: After a cassette release for the conceptual Weevil Series imprint back in 2011, Felix Hoeck returns with a new full-length journey into noise that seems largely to be fuelled by field recordings and found sounds. His approach to layering his sources takes on a cavernous presence, while all the minute sonic details remain crisp and in focus across all six tracks but still there is a diversity at work. At times the sounds come in small, subtle clusters that intone a kind of serenity, whilst at others the decay and reverb fills the space with claustrophobic dread, but the ambience never rests in one place, making for an engrossing ride.
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Distant Companion (LP + insert)
Cat: DE 211. Rel: 16 Apr 18
  1. Polaris AA (12:07)
  2. Polaris AB (9:44)
  3. Polaris B (13:44)
  4. Distant Companion (7:43)
Review: While Dark Entries specializes in hard-nut cold-wave reissues from the 80s and 90s, they are also pretty damn sharp at releasing new music from around the wider 'ambient' zones. This new collaboration from Aria Rostami and Daniel Blomquist sees the two poducers team up once again, and rolling through the speakers with the boisterous winds of "Polaris AA" and "Polaris AB", both of them drone leviathans with a kinetic flow that renders the playable just about anywhere. On the flip, "Polaris B" offers a punch of powerful technoid sounds, while "Distant Companion" chills the airwaves with magnetic, aqueous synths. TOP.
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Played by: Doo
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  1. Colours Of Time (Wolfgangs Neokraut Trip) (14:31)
  2. Colours Of Time (Deepchords Carolina Forest mix) (14:31)
Review: After a brilliant re-issue by Dutch cosmic legends Chi, Astral Industries have drafted in Wolfgang Voigt, who appeared for the label previously with the live recordings of his mighty Ruckverzauberung LP with Detroit dub techno legend DeepChord, who inaugurated the label with his Lanterns EP. Both highly respected figures unite to reinterpret the music of revered minimalist German composer Peter Michael Hamel. Astral Industries write: "Each expansive interpretation invites you to step outside of reality and into an alternative imagination of Hamel's future world, spiralling into the colours and slowly out of time itself."
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