We are pleased to share with you one more excellent piece of music, which is inspired by warmth and sunny delight. And this time it’s a brand new story.
“Gapfield is Jacob Newman & Devin Underwood. While Jacob and Devin have produced ambient and drone for labels like DataObscura and Carpe Sonum, this is their first release as Gapfield, a dub techno/experimental project. While they both live far away from each other, they find it important to sync up in real time online to share ideas, music, etc to keep our projects flowing with new ideas and energy.”
Welcome the debut release of a very promising duo!
“Korsakoff I” is an attempt to design sound for four movie sequences. Artist’s goal was to create a specific mood for each track and to keep melodies at a fragmental stage. Each track’s sound is relevant to a certain place that Clayton wishes that the listener can imagine while listening to the music. The main inspiration for this release was the Daniel Meade’s photo which is also the album’s cover.
Jozef Nemček shows us his “new space” full of good feelings, intense emotions and nice compositions to give a superb e.p as proof of his talent. Very good e.p of this artist who appreciate your cooperation.
This is the debut release of Möbius’s and Darsho’s collaboration project “M & D” featuring tracks, which where recorded betwen 2010 and 2013. This album is called “Night Sessions”, because all tracks were created during night time.
Released at the french netlabel Sirona records on 14-07-07.
01 – Good Friday
02 – Assault On Sequencer 13
03 – Dark Maelstrom
04 – It’s The Drug Talking
05 – Space Flash
06 – Neural Handshake
07 – A Chimney In Chemnitz
08 – Behind The Mirror
TWG turns two today! And to celebrate, sleepytimejesse has offered up a highly emotional, broken ambient release teeming with atmosphere, dread and serenity.
Sounding almost like soundtrack to a giallo film crossed with a haunted tape deck, Goblin via Trent Reznor, sleepytimejesse carves out an 18 minute cascade sounding more like tonal poetry than anything else in the chiptune scene today. This release also does a good job of summarising TWG’s long-held mission statement: esoteric music full of emotion, the experimental and the affective glued together.
It’s hard to describe a piece of work that is as much felt as it is heard, so instead, celebrate our anniversary with us by turning off the lights and the music up: it’s definitely a journey worth taking.