“Nowhere Near is a short album in length but long on beauty, distance and space. ” JazzWrap
“Perfect, clean, impeccable and beautiful!” ILLUSION Project
“This is an album for those who want to see the dream” Yamanote Dreams
In the beginning of his solo career, he has collaborated with many musician like Melinda Ligeti, Sergi Boal, Aleksandra Dokic. By getting to know Melinda Ligeti and beginning their collaboration, Sava has started to work on his debut album.
His solo career is based on an experimental approach to ambient music, free improvisation and minimalism. On his first album guests are the musicians Dragan Gojic, Sava’s brother Nikola Marinkovic (Harry Deorbit), Nikola Kato the keyboardist of the band Demetrin and Melinda Ligeti.
Nowhere Near is short story. Simple, slow and quiet album wich is trying to express ones soul. It is music experiment consisting of five songs, from the clear blue ambient, to the dark and melancholy electronic emotions.
a 15 min. electroacoustic piece, available as free download in .wav 44/16, published by Reductive Music,
1791, Luigi Galvani
wikipedia drift – title
20 channels – 20 pieces of cardboard moving
mapping of a space – to elaborate a relation between points
stereo – tool of representation
to be kept even if it sounds clumsy
silence – near (proximity)
something alive, an organism
the differences reveal
the electricity breathes
the tones have lost their anchors
Indonesia’s bottlesmoker have been taking the free music scene by storm with fun live shows and their extremely melodic and pleasant music. If you are a fan of the music from Adventure Time, this is definitely for you.
Polarity EP is a piece of world, where black side is suddenly chnged by coloured rainbow. The place, where the ocean of happiness is sunk into the dust of melancholy. You have a great chance to explore it and set tunes in your ears in the different manner.
Mainly based on free improvisation, 23RedAnts, a spanish duo with Macarena Montesinos and Niet F-n moves in different directions mixing noise, melody, glitch music, silences, field recordings, loops and irregular rhythms in new and surprising ways together with moniKa ledesma, an artist able to create and perform music that crosses the genres in an always original and unexpected way with long sessions that drives the listener through a contradictory and hallucinated universe made by acoustic or distorted sounds mixed with taste and attention for details.”droning snow (in brown color)” is a surreal music project, a perception of experimental drone with a series of dynamics motivated by the presence of a cello as added value and stimulus for serious electro environmental raw sounds. An execution in dark ambient style but slightly balanced by an exact experimental noise-avant-garde direction just a little bit far from the traditional dark ambient style
Italy’s Pioggia d’ambra is back with another collection of self-described Depressive Ambient entitled Musick for ghosts. Recorded some time ago, but never released until now, this hour-long album was inspired by a lost love and its seven tracks, in the words of the artist, “range from freakish lo-fi folk to depressive drones and noise assault.” Despite the wide swings in style, the feeling of loss is pervasive throughout Musick for ghosts. Much like a ghost itself, melodies hover vaguely in the air, more of a suggestion than a framework upon which the songs are built. Occasionally there are vocals, seemingly moaned and whispered at no one in particular, and guitar pops up here and there, sometimes clean, but more often heavily processed through several effects until it sounds like mechanical wailing. When it comes to weird production techniques, Pioggia d’ambra pulls out all the stops: reversing phrases in post-production, overdubbing atmospheric drones, and filling the album with small expressions and eccentric details that keep the most droning parts of this collection as dynamic and engaging as the busier material. Above all else, and this project has a lot going for it, this attention to detail places Pioggia d’ambra a cut above much of the netlabel dark ambient jet set, and makes Musick for ghosts a haunting and inspiring experience.
Latvian producer Aramaki brought us his latest album WSOL. The title reffers to “Why so long?” because his attempts to finish and release this album took him about 2 years. And it was worth it! It’s definately our honor and privelege to share this 1 hour long material of outstanding intelligent electronic and trip-hop music with acoustic instrumental parts as well as subtle fx and pretty massive basslines. Listen, enjoy and please spread the word if you like it.