A two hour long collaboration soundscape dedicated to H.P. Lovecrafts’ dark deity Shub-Niggurath… and a soundtrack for your time travel experiences by Peter Edwards Ambient….plus the ‘almost biological’ sounds of the Elnath Project
Decrypting hidden signals from outer space to inner existential fears with the help of Sphäre Sechs, Banished Pills and False Mirror.
Sven Laux honors the heroes of Chess – while Dead Melodies involuntarily spends the night in the ruins of a once stately manor.
Picturing dark, desolate and cold arctic landscapes with Northaunt and Ugasanie, while Eximia presents the musical equivalent of a frightening horror-scifi movie.
Post-classical music meets dark jazz on Wordclock’s ‘Heralds’ – and Tomasz Sroczynski’s full scale symphony created with only a violin and a sampler.
An ongoing collaborative tribute to the work of H.P. Lovecraft by artists and producers from the Cryo Chamber label. Next to a NoOne release inspired by a Lewis Carroll poem, and Null Spectre’s soundtrack for a fictitious suspense and horror movie
A soundtrack (Saro), an imaginary soundtrack (Sleepers Fate), and somewhat unorthodox use of an accordion (Accordion Sessions)!
From Obscure to Obscurities:
Haarvöl, Svartsinn and Council of Nine
Three releases from the Cryo Chamber label, bringing you deep ‘dark ambient’ soundscapes:
Dronny Darko, Phonothek and Dead Melodies “bringing the sound of the old world to life as it shines light on the new and dying one.”
It is a strange and common misconception that music must be loud to be intense. Sometimes, the opposite is true.
A journey into the deep dark unknown with Rasalasad (featuring Von Magnet and Wildshores), Phelios and Ionosphere.
A collection of various compilations:
The Audiobulb label proves that intense beauty does exist * The renaissance of the Silent Records label continuing the From Here To Tranquility series * and a massive charity compilation titled Where Words Fail, Music Speaks
Dark and brooding soundscapes from Darren McClure, Randall Collier-Ford and Flowers for Bodysnatchers.
But also some relaxing guitar music by E.U.E.R.P.I. to prevent you from sinking in too deep….