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….