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Utu Lautturi ~ Nielu

Two years ago, we had the privilege of reviewing Utu Lautturi‘s debut EP, Korpinkorva.  The Finnish artist has just completed his first full-length album, and we find it astonishingly powerful ~ so we’ve included a video premiere and interview as well!

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Utu Lautturi ~ Nielu

Two years ago, we had the privilege of reviewing Utu Lautturi‘s debut EP, Korpinkorva.  The Finnish artist has just completed his first full-length album, and we find it astonishingly powerful ~ so we’ve included a video premiere and interview as well!

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Peals ~ Seltzer

Peals has never sounded like the work of two bass players (Future Islands’ William Cashion and Double Dagger’s Bruce Willen).  2013 debut Walking Field demonstrated a wide variety of influences, from ambient to surf rock, while showcasing the talents of cellist Kate

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Peals ~ Seltzer

Peals has never sounded like the work of two bass players (Future Islands’ William Cashion and Double Dagger’s Bruce Willen).  2013 debut Walking Field demonstrated a wide variety of influences, from ambient to surf rock, while showcasing the talents of cellist Kate

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LCNL 059: Dronarivm mix

This mix comes courtesy of the Dronarivm label, run by Dmitry Taldykin and Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq), presenting a selection of their catalogue.  You can also still download their free x-mas compilation Past Disappears over at Bandcamp.  (And if you

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LCNL 059: Dronarivm mix

This mix comes courtesy of the Dronarivm label, run by Dmitry Taldykin and Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq), presenting a selection of their catalogue.  You can also still download their free x-mas compilation Past Disappears over at Bandcamp.  (And if you

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Nick Storring ~ Endless Conjecture

Nick Storring‘s Endless Conjecture comes in quite fast after his last album, Gardens, released with only a few months of separation from each other. In a way, this closeness becomes reflected not solely in the process through which the music

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Nick Storring ~ Endless Conjecture

Nick Storring‘s Endless Conjecture comes in quite fast after his last album, Gardens, released with only a few months of separation from each other. In a way, this closeness becomes reflected not solely in the process through which the music

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White Fir ~ Lake Seeds, Vol. 3: When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again

Columbus, Ohio is in many ways a misleading sort of city. Initial impressions lend an aura of a dank, gray Midwestern industrial-scape, a sprawling flat prairie city ringed in massive highways and loomed over at its core by an oversized

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White Fir ~ Lake Seeds, Vol. 3: When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again

Columbus, Ohio is in many ways a misleading sort of city. Initial impressions lend an aura of a dank, gray Midwestern industrial-scape, a sprawling flat prairie city ringed in massive highways and loomed over at its core by an oversized

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Hear Hums ~ Malaise

“Ominous melancholy precipitated by the sickening status quo”, state Hear Hums in their label’s store page, tingeing the psychedelics in Malaise with the bite they no longer inspire. It’s no throwback to the ‘doors of perception’ ideal, though, for the

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Hear Hums ~ Malaise

“Ominous melancholy precipitated by the sickening status quo”, state Hear Hums in their label’s store page, tingeing the psychedelics in Malaise with the bite they no longer inspire. It’s no throwback to the ‘doors of perception’ ideal, though, for the

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William Ryan Fritch ~ Revisionist

Revisionist is the final piece of William Ryan Fritch‘s 10-album Leave Me Subscription Series, which we’ve been covering from the start.  From packaging to execution, it’s a perfect finale. Throughout the past year, we’ve been blessed to receive new music from Fritch nearly every

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William Ryan Fritch ~ Revisionist

Revisionist is the final piece of William Ryan Fritch‘s 10-album Leave Me Subscription Series, which we’ve been covering from the start.  From packaging to execution, it’s a perfect finale. Throughout the past year, we’ve been blessed to receive new music from Fritch nearly every