Currently listening, part 1

Started by mgriffin, December 06, 2007, 02:02:28 PM

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I miss Pete Namlook releasing things.  :-\
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Steve Roach and Vidna Obmana - Well of Souls


i7x (Ishq) - Light and Space
New release via one of Matt's alter-egos. Very analog and very syrupy, with some fascinating aural spaces.

Light and Space was also released along with, which is a compilation of sound sketches that are fun to explore, but it hasn't really pulled me in for repeated listens yet.



Forrest's new album - The Fata Morgana Dream.

Hypnotic, drifting, atmospheric, beautiful ...... all the usual adjectives for this excellent album. And yet another stunning album cover.


Oophoi - Dreams
Steve Roach and Byron Metcalfe - The Serpents Lair


Alio Die :: Seamlessly Bliss

Always a precious gift to listen to.
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Been listening to various David Helpling & Jon Jenkins tracks. Some really gorgeous music.


Quote from: stargazer on February 09, 2019, 09:07:15 AM
Diving through Forrest's new album while thinking I really miss his voice here in the forum.

Now listeneing "Her fading image" ....

Yeah, Forrest's newest "The Fata Morgana Dream" CD is on heavy spin since yesterday, when my order arrived from Projekt's European webstore. Another big one from the Master, bravo, Forrest!!!



Vidna Obmana:
River of Appearance
Soundtrack for the Aquarium.
Both brilliant albums


Klause Weise - Ming Noir
Mystified - Passing through the Outer Gates
Liquid Ghosts - Camera Obscura (Oophoi, Netherworld, Tau Ceti)



asc | trans-neptunian 2
mount shrine | ghosts on broken pavement
false mirror | sigint
silent universe | gravity
remote vision | birds like earth
archean nights| pathless
riverrun | lilliput
hilyard | furthermore
ajna | an era of toment
sphare sechs | particle void


altus | black hole
resonant drift | the call
dreamstate & heiki | the north shore
numina | evolving visions
maitre | from the mothership
nunc stans | timeless
oophoi | celestial geometries
phobos | sector 4
a produce | inscape and landscape
robert rich | sunyata
sleep research facility | deep frieze
steve roach | texture maps



Some recent buys:

Fictions and Poetics - The Primacy of Perception
Great stuff from APK. As usual, APK has a deft hand when it comes to layering interesting textures and unique and seemingly incidental melodies. I love this best with headphones.

ASC - The Waves
New release on Silent Season. Deep-space ambience. Outstanding.

Kælan Mikla - Nótt eftir nótt
Not ambient. 1980's style goth synthpop from Iceland. I love this, and my daughter likes to listen to this loud in the car!

Kevan Revis - Siccare
Speaking of the 1980s: If you enjoy classic experimental music of the Nurse with Wound variety, Kevan is doing some amazing work in that genre. This is what modern experimental sounds like when it is grounded in a deep respect for the history of the genre.

"A painter paints pictures on canvas. But musicians paint their pictures on silence."Leopold Stokowski


Thanks for the comments on Primacy of Perception, Chris.
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And nice to see Nunc Stans: Timeless getting a spin. Thanks.

mount shrine | ghosts on broken pavement

I'm with you on this one, for sure.
Winter Restlessness was a favourite release from 2018.
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Mikael Lind  - Contingencies
On ARCHIVES. This is bit more in the "modern composition" genre than what I'm used to hearing on this label. But the work is quite good, and I like the subtleties a lot.

PJS - Glows
Amazing shimmering sound cascades. Reminds me a bit of Hillier's Ishvara project.

Music for Sleep - Waterforms
Long-form ambient work. Good use of pauses/spaces, and very hypnotic.


Oophoi - The Dreaming of Shells - always a brilliant listen


digging into the past a little:
Steve Roach - Origins.
Steve Roach - The Dreamer Descends.
Robert Rich and Lustmord - Stalker
Mike Griffin - Sudden Dark


Good digs! I was listening to Sudden Dark the other day too!

Currently checking out Celer's recent release, Xièxie. It is lovely, so far.