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#1390

Today has been a Portishead day for me.


#1391

(hello !)
thanks for the Knud Viktor’s reissue


#1392

King Tubby kinda mood :sunny:


#1393

I totally relate to this song:


#1394

have you checked out hiroshi satoh? this whole album is fire


#1395

and @Sea_Vii you all are getting me worked up with these awesome tracks!


#1396

Came across lovely ambience recently. “Near The Parenthesis” is the composer/musician. iTunes has a number of release, plus they have a website. I recommend.
Thanks


#1397

ah noicee…nah havnt heard this…ya digging this production…tight and contained sound…some nice trax on this alb


#1398

After reading about the Berlin Atonal festival on Fact Mag’s website the other day, I’ve been slowing combining through the artists. Really enjoying Pact Infernal this morning. Good dark stuff… largely on the ambient side of things, but with some beat-driven stuff too. https://pactinfernal.bandcamp.com/

Edit #1: Upon more listening, definitely largely beat driven, I guess, but in a way that still makes me want to categorize them as ambient. :slight_smile: Sort of like a lot of Demdike Stare/etc.

Edit #2: Also they used the term “ritual ambient” in the description of Pact Infernal on the festival website, and it wraps up so much of what I’m into these days into this neat little package. I kind of don’t want to explore what music is already lumped into that genre as just the name evokes so much great imagery for me.


#1399

#1400

:100:


#1401

The latest BJ Nilsen release on Editions Mego, “Massif Trophies”.


#1402

I absolutely love Rosy Parlane


#1403

So pumped. It’ll hopefully be here tomorrow along with a few other gems I’ve been waiting on. Bellows, Kassel Jaeger, Felicia Atkinson’s new one…


#1404

Been getting into dub this week. This one pushes the envelope…


#1405

#1406

still sounds fresh


#1407

#1408

Caoimhn Breathnach - The Golden Cassette

Lo-fi outsider electronic music from Caoimhin Breathnach. Strange, dreamy, unsettling and totally wonderful.

Followed up with:

Two Pieces for a Temporary Connection by Karl Fousek which is really just lush and lovely and joyful.


#1409

had a beer and really enjoying this now
http://dublab.com/ale-elevation-through-sound-08-30-17/