Posts Tagged: Soft Corridor

ACL 2014: Top Ten Ambient

This year, A Closer Listen continued to receive more ambient music than any other type, over 500 releases in all.  The ambient field is so competitive that only the most distinctive releases manage to break through and to form a lasting impression.

ACL 2014: Top Ten Ambient

This year, A Closer Listen continued to receive more ambient music than any other type, over 500 releases in all.  The ambient field is so competitive that only the most distinctive releases manage to break through and to form a lasting impression.

Electronic Observations 2014 #3

All manner of music is gathered together under the electronic umbrella this month, which if nothing else gives some indication to the breadth of styles that are sent through to A Closer Listen for consideration. Although I’m pretty sure one

Electronic Observations 2014 #3

All manner of music is gathered together under the electronic umbrella this month, which if nothing else gives some indication to the breadth of styles that are sent through to A Closer Listen for consideration. Although I’m pretty sure one

Sima Kim ~ Debris

Sima Kim is a young South Korean whose ambient soundscapes are influenced by Western composition and born of ‘a state of mindfulness’. Following releases on several labels predominantly UK-based, Debris marks the fifth limited-edition CD launch from Belgium’s Soft Corridor.

Sima Kim ~ Debris

Sima Kim is a young South Korean whose ambient soundscapes are influenced by Western composition and born of ‘a state of mindfulness’. Following releases on several labels predominantly UK-based, Debris marks the fifth limited-edition CD launch from Belgium’s Soft Corridor.

Electronic Observations #6

After a brief summer hiatus, we’re back with a suitably bumper-sized edition, much in the same way the comics of my youth used to produce a Summer Special, which in theory were designed to keep the children quiet for a

Electronic Observations #6

After a brief summer hiatus, we’re back with a suitably bumper-sized edition, much in the same way the comics of my youth used to produce a Summer Special, which in theory were designed to keep the children quiet for a

Glacis ~ 22.16.04

This EP reminds me of the old saying, “You wait ages for a new Glacis EP and then two come by at once”.  Or maybe that’s not such an old saying.  Tohu Va Vohu was reviewed here last year as a

Glacis ~ 22.16.04

This EP reminds me of the old saying, “You wait ages for a new Glacis EP and then two come by at once”.  Or maybe that’s not such an old saying.  Tohu Va Vohu was reviewed here last year as a