Posts Tagged: taâlem

hokuro ~ rôh mén rir néhââyâh “une âme sans fin”

hokuro‘s latest single-track EP may possess the mother of all impossible-to-remember titles, but at least there’s no confusion regarding its genre.  One glimpse at those vowels and accents and we know: this is experimental music, through and through.  The trio

hokuro ~ rôh mén rir néhââyâh “une âme sans fin”

hokuro‘s latest single-track EP may possess the mother of all impossible-to-remember titles, but at least there’s no confusion regarding its genre.  One glimpse at those vowels and accents and we know: this is experimental music, through and through.  The trio

(ad)VANCE(d) ~ unseen intelligence

20-minute tracks need to keep moving in order to justify their length, and this new release from mars f. wellink (VANCE ORCHESTRA) takes this lesson to heart, unfolding in three distinct parts that grow more intriguing as they unfold.  The

(ad)VANCE(d) ~ unseen intelligence

20-minute tracks need to keep moving in order to justify their length, and this new release from mars f. wellink (VANCE ORCHESTRA) takes this lesson to heart, unfolding in three distinct parts that grow more intriguing as they unfold.  The

IA ~ Peak of Anchorite

There’s a part of ambient music closely tied to drone, the part that concerns itself mostly with repetition, that has distanced itself from both the ‘lightness’ of setting the mind adrift as self-spectator and the ‘heaviness’ of noisy irruptions of

IA ~ Peak of Anchorite

There’s a part of ambient music closely tied to drone, the part that concerns itself mostly with repetition, that has distanced itself from both the ‘lightness’ of setting the mind adrift as self-spectator and the ‘heaviness’ of noisy irruptions of

Pleq + Hiroki Sasajima ~ witch-hunt

After collaborating with Spheruleus on a beguiling album for Time and Language earlier this year, Pleq + Hiroki Sasajima keep the creative fires burning with the menacing CD-3″ witch-hunt.  Spheruleus may be absent, but his positivity would seem out of place.

Pleq + Hiroki Sasajima ~ witch-hunt

After collaborating with Spheruleus on a beguiling album for Time and Language earlier this year, Pleq + Hiroki Sasajima keep the creative fires burning with the menacing CD-3″ witch-hunt.  Spheruleus may be absent, but his positivity would seem out of place.