Posts Tagged: n5md

Dalot ~ Mutogibito

We believe we’ve found the perfect album for Mother’s Day!  With Mutogibito, Dalot (Maria Papadomanolaki) returns to her roots, while celebrating the newness of motherhood.  She’s made an album which her young daughter Athena will likely enjoy now and brag about later. The

Dalot ~ Mutogibito

We believe we’ve found the perfect album for Mother’s Day!  With Mutogibito, Dalot (Maria Papadomanolaki) returns to her roots, while celebrating the newness of motherhood.  She’s made an album which her young daughter Athena will likely enjoy now and brag about later. The

OKADA ~ Impermanence (Plus Video Premiere!)

In the past, the music of OKADA has consistently flirted with rosy, sentimental vibes and ever-so-sweet, innocuous ambient / electronic love affairs. He has mixed the rose of romance with the thorny underside of lost love, boyfriend/girlfriend trouble and the very painful

OKADA ~ Impermanence (Plus Video Premiere!)

In the past, the music of OKADA has consistently flirted with rosy, sentimental vibes and ever-so-sweet, innocuous ambient / electronic love affairs. He has mixed the rose of romance with the thorny underside of lost love, boyfriend/girlfriend trouble and the very painful

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.

LCNL 056: n5MD Ambient Immersion Mix

Following the last few beat heavy mixes, Oakland-based record label n5MD delivers this soothing mix as a welcome departure, perfect for these first cold days of winter.  Specializing in more melodic forms of music,  label boss Mike Cadoo puts together this

LCNL 056: n5MD Ambient Immersion Mix

Following the last few beat heavy mixes, Oakland-based record label n5MD delivers this soothing mix as a welcome departure, perfect for these first cold days of winter.  Specializing in more melodic forms of music,  label boss Mike Cadoo puts together this

bvdub ~ A History of Distance

Physical distances are there for all to see, but the longer, seemingly insurmountable distances are, to outside eyes, invisible. They linger in the silent gaps, in the deadened pause, afflicting two lovers with its rose-scented disease. The distance hurts because it’s close

bvdub ~ A History of Distance

Physical distances are there for all to see, but the longer, seemingly insurmountable distances are, to outside eyes, invisible. They linger in the silent gaps, in the deadened pause, afflicting two lovers with its rose-scented disease. The distance hurts because it’s close

Electronic Observations 2014 #1

After a slightly longer than anticipated break, Electronic Observations returns, having battled various technological setbacks to get here, a bit later than predicted. Fortunately, it’s not everyday that my hard drive breaks, although it was something of a surprise to

Electronic Observations 2014 #1

After a slightly longer than anticipated break, Electronic Observations returns, having battled various technological setbacks to get here, a bit later than predicted. Fortunately, it’s not everyday that my hard drive breaks, although it was something of a surprise to

Mark Harris ~ The Angry Child

There are many artists in the glacial ambient field, but few have succeeded in capturing the sound as well as Mark Harris does here.  Comparable albums include Spheruleus’ The Disguised Familiar Altus’ Black Trees Among Amber Skies and Steve Roach’s Quiet Music.

Mark Harris ~ The Angry Child

There are many artists in the glacial ambient field, but few have succeeded in capturing the sound as well as Mark Harris does here.  Comparable albums include Spheruleus’ The Disguised Familiar Altus’ Black Trees Among Amber Skies and Steve Roach’s Quiet Music.