Max Ananyev charts mysterious waters * Danny Clay helps you fall asleep with his release on Slaapwel Records.
V I C I M enjoys comfortable moments of seclusion, Jules starts travelling around the world, Endurance plays music for imaginary persons.
A batch of recent releases from Moving Furniture Records: Haarvöl, Preliminary Station and Ilia Belorukov.
Aaron Martin‘s soundtracks for ‘Touch Dissolves’ (a photo book by Yusuf Sevinçli), and for William Armstrong’s award winning short documentary ‘Adam’.
Music of Disorientation: K. Leimer‘s “Threnody” and Gregory Taylor‘s “Randstad”
René Aquarius and Rutger Zuydervelt explore the Glass Palace * Presidiomodelo guides us into chilling Siberian (imaginary) landscapes.
Back to the womb with Kajsa Lindgren‘s subaquatic sonic environments ** Manja Ristic evoking the different seasons with inspiration from classic haiku’s.
Combining the warm immersive widescreen sounds from Snufmumriko with the microscopic detailed organic electro-acoustics from Arovane/Porya Hatami for guaranteed aural excitement.
Pantheon is one of those DIY labels that present their releases with such unbelievable detailed handmade package that each release becomes a piece of art in itself. This is their MAY package, for example: featuring Rhucle, EugeneKha and Pool of Light.
Markus Guentner‘s ‘Empire’ is a landmark release – one for the history books * Max Corbacho extends his nightly explorations on ‘Nocturnes II’