Space’y lounge trance. Spacious synth walls, filled with slow beats.
This release has probably similar roots as the more well known music project Symphony of Science, which releases tracks and remixes focused on scientific topics. (Note to self: queue a review for that.) Where was I? Ah yes, this release focuses on pulsating synthesizer sounds and soft percussion. Some songs go a little overboard, but on balance the tracks are well behaved. Judge for yourself with my two favourite picks: Continue reading “Graham Castronovo –  A Cry Into The Cosmos”
Slow, uplifting IDM. Winter on the outside, but warmer on the inside.
Phonocake again serve one of their delicious pieces. This release surfes between cheezy dancefloor and electronic ambient. I settled for “Easy Listening IDM” as a compromise. While the sound feels cold on first contact, the tracks are actually quite heart-warming on the inside. Give them a go! Continue reading “Teppana –  Triple EP”
Beautiful, easy listening Jazz. While there is no single smashing hit among the 10 songs, this release offers a consistent listening experience for almost an hour. Instrumental pieces, ranging from piano solo to a richly orchestrated saxophone jam. Only occasional hums are the only vocal parts. Recording and mixing are excellent, and is for my untrained ears up to par to excellent live recordings of Jazz concerts.
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Webbed Hand Records specialise on ambient electronic music. This short two track EP from Russian musician Alex Tiuniaev sounds like a relaxed science fiction nostalgia movie soundtrack. Both tracks are good for a short break from anything. Read on for a short description of both tracks and the download link. Continue reading “Alex Tiuniaev –  Rachel EP”