Posts Tagged: self released

Rudi Arapahoe ~ A False Memory of a Sports Party

“Just be yourself”. This commonplace answer to many an existential query implies an absolute knowledge of the self, as if it was an unchanging object we’ve extensively and definitively investigated at some past point in time. And yet we change,

Rudi Arapahoe ~ A False Memory of a Sports Party

“Just be yourself”. This commonplace answer to many an existential query implies an absolute knowledge of the self, as if it was an unchanging object we’ve extensively and definitively investigated at some past point in time. And yet we change,

Channeler ~ Protocol

“Protocol is a haunting symphony performed by a post-human orchestra”, says Channeler in the EP’s notes, “a collection of heavy, anxious breathing from partially autonomous machines, combating the notion that they are instruments of an other and not in and

Channeler ~ Protocol

“Protocol is a haunting symphony performed by a post-human orchestra”, says Channeler in the EP’s notes, “a collection of heavy, anxious breathing from partially autonomous machines, combating the notion that they are instruments of an other and not in and

Diego Lozano ~ Scopes

Scopes is a work of interactions and articulations, of a subconscious dialectic between feeling and perception, the manners in which sounds occupy the head and blaze new spaces of consciousness. Created by young Mexican composer Diego Lozano and played by

Diego Lozano ~ Scopes

Scopes is a work of interactions and articulations, of a subconscious dialectic between feeling and perception, the manners in which sounds occupy the head and blaze new spaces of consciousness. Created by young Mexican composer Diego Lozano and played by

Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Astroneer OST

A sense of naïve wonder. A sentimental poetic that reflects upon discovery, whether of new spaces or perhaps even new sensations, as the vantage-point of an adventurous imagination. The music of the ‘last frontier’ that is found among the stars

Rutger Zuydervelt ~ Astroneer OST

A sense of naïve wonder. A sentimental poetic that reflects upon discovery, whether of new spaces or perhaps even new sensations, as the vantage-point of an adventurous imagination. The music of the ‘last frontier’ that is found among the stars

Ricarda Cometa & Dario Dubois Duo ~ DDDRC

A collaboration between the explosive, anti-musical Ricarda Cometa and the krautrock dronesters of the Dario Dubois Duo would sound like something not entirely logical. After all, the last RC album was noisy, dirty, and full of unexpected turns, while the

Ricarda Cometa & Dario Dubois Duo ~ DDDRC

A collaboration between the explosive, anti-musical Ricarda Cometa and the krautrock dronesters of the Dario Dubois Duo would sound like something not entirely logical. After all, the last RC album was noisy, dirty, and full of unexpected turns, while the

The Great Cold ~ S/T

The Great Cold’s self-titled debut expresses very well a sensitive kind of intensity, an oceanic emotional state that ebbs and flows into anger, sadness, and despair, but in so doing offers glimpses of hopefulness. If this kind of description seems

The Great Cold ~ S/T

The Great Cold’s self-titled debut expresses very well a sensitive kind of intensity, an oceanic emotional state that ebbs and flows into anger, sadness, and despair, but in so doing offers glimpses of hopefulness. If this kind of description seems

Wóma ~ Heofonwóma

Significantly, poetry has always been, in some way or another, about sounds. So what happens when you listen to dreams in a language that has been long gone from our everyday hearing? How does it feel to sense the whispers

Wóma ~ Heofonwóma

Significantly, poetry has always been, in some way or another, about sounds. So what happens when you listen to dreams in a language that has been long gone from our everyday hearing? How does it feel to sense the whispers