Thank you for giving me a breif description on the new Fabio Orsi. I read on some other post that you will no longer order anything from "A Silent Place", sorry to hear that because the new ones that Fabio Orsi just released a few weeks ago were a very good pair of releases. Although they did'nt really linger in the ambient drone haze style but seemed to be a collage of "post psychedelic acoustic drone rock".
Perhaps I have listed to many genres but as you know the man is all over the area!
Alio Die - Suspended Feathers - Silentes
(This is an incredible release and one of my favorites from Alio Die. Melodies, enviromental sounds, and ethnic soundscapes all come together to create a flawless album.)
In the afternoon:
Emaciator - Reflection - Accidie 2x12"
(An artist that I have currently been digging a whole lot. His catalog is mostly made up of cassestes and a few records. Although he did release a CD on the mighty Students of Decay label which started my infatuation. Supposedly this recording captures the stage in which Emaciator moved from "noise" to "drone". A sort of in between genres.....If your curious check out his myspace for sound bytes: http://www.myspace.com/emaciator
Like I said he does make noise so have the speaker volume low when listening.)
P. Jorgensen - Let The Sun Drag Itself Out In A Long Ray - Monotype Recs
(It's poignant! It's bold! It sounds like shapes and geometrical patterns. I have not listened to this album since spring but it seems to make more sense to me now than it did then. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that I was listening to a lot of Andrew Chalk and Paul Bradley at the time. My ears were biased and I did not listen to this album on it's own merit.)