Tag Archives: ambient


May 7, 2019

Greydisc 2019 The fleshing out of intangible temptations from a multi-string duo who don’t pull a single one. Opulence has rarely balanced understated grandeur in either Kevin Kastning’s or Sándor Szabó’s canon, yet this album turns what the two started … Continue reading

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SONAR – The Bill Laswell Mix Translations

April 30, 2019

7d Media 2019 Permitting everything, master of aural surprise sheds a different light and shade on tracks which defined 2018 in understated terms. Groove is something that many listeners of this Zürich group seem to miss out on but it’s … Continue reading

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February 1, 2019

Bonobo’s Ark 2017 Triumph of unexpectedness from proponents of chamber music, where mental effort meets happenstance. As a senior lecturer at at University of East London, Dr. Yumi Hara Cawkwell knows the value of discipline, yet there’s a different aspect … Continue reading

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VARIOUS ARTISTS – Tone Science Module No​.​1 Structure and Forces

November 16, 2018

Tone Science 2018 Rhapsody in blue, or poetry of modular synthesizers as a sampler of unique label’s stable of talent. As far as experimentalists go, Ian Boddy must be very unusual: to begin with, his avant-garde music, is always accessible … Continue reading

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ARC – Fleet

November 10, 2018

DiN 2017 Laid down at the E-Scape festival, a testament to British ambient duo’s triumphant toils in sonic world. In the span of their 35-year-long friendship and two decades of sporadic collaboration, keyboard wizards Ian Boddy and Mark Shreeve take … Continue reading

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