Archive for February, 2012
A reunion between two of the UK’s most prominent improvisors, released on Potlatch.
An explorative fantasy fuelled by isolation, in a new 44-minute composition by a UK sound artist.
Sumptuous crackling collages from a nicely matched composer pair.
Percussion and vocal tumble into a tribal-style catharsis, courtesy of a particularly eclectic British composer.
Flaming Pines releases a series of mini-CDs, exploring the influence of the rivers that hold intimate ties to our homes.
Danielle Baquet-Long’s ambient soundscapes feel devoid of human players, yet rich in organic life.
Imperfection and warmth are major plus points in a new Italian ambient work on the Laverna netlabel.
A dizzying, expansive ambient evocation of an ambient composer leaving home.
A short selection of piano-centric sketches, inflected with cinematic string arrangements and distant echoes of found sound.
Minimal dark ambient gestures comprise the latest work from NoZen’s Marc Broude.