Artist: Perry Ferya Band
Keywords: psychedelic; improvisation; krautrock; space rock; free jazz
Perry Ferya Band is a marginal project of Skala Collective’s musicians, oriented to a spontaneous psychedelic improvisation with elements of free jazz.
Artist: Red Cosmos
Title: There And Back
Keywords: psychedelic; indie; dream-pop; electronic; choraldelia; post-pop; pop
Based in York (UK), Red Cosmos is the solo project of Kim Tortoise. Kim was previously a member of The Gods Themselves with Art Moran. They made two super-limited cassettes of novelty tunes and five-minute fade-outs.
This is Red Cosmos' first long-player There And Back. It includes (amongst others) a choraldelic ode to the legendary Psych re-issue label Bam Caruso Records (St.Albans Colour Explosion), a high-voiced love song sung by a kidnapper (You Said You Loved Me), and a track featuring Kim Tortoise's father-in-law reciting a poem about the fate of Iron Stone Miners in Yorkshire (Iron Rush).
Artist: Sam Nacht / Leo Bettinelli / Gustavo Lucero
Keywords: improvisation; experimental; abstract
Having studied several instruments both formally and self-taught, in ’99 Sam narrowed it down to the tenor saxophone, taking private lessons with Juan Ignacio Caino, Luis Nacht (no relation) and eventually Evan Parker...
Leo Bettinelli, starting from improvisation and the use of objects and unconventional instruments, he delved into a world of sound of practically endless possibilities, nearing the musical subconscious, which he then incorporated into his life, both as a performer as well as the organizer of several series of experimental music concerts in different venues in Buenos Aires and Barcelona, where renowned musicians both from the local and international scene were invited to participate...
Gustavo Lucero Adorador de las sutiles resonancias a las que estamos lanzados a veces apenas concientes, en sus collages, improvisaciones y puestas sonoras, busca unir lo más escondido de aquellas vivencias cotidianas con el múltiple caudal de estilos de cuya agua es esponja...
Artist: melting clouds
Title: full removal
Keywords: experimental; psychedelic; electronic
Levchenko Dmitry - guitar, vocal
Talaichuk Ivan - keyboards, percussions, programming
Michael Sarana - saxophone
Title: The Master of Crossroads
Keywords: ethno-ambient; processed guitar; electroacoustic
This album was played for a ballet made by Vanessa Villain, called "Subliminal", telling how the man exploit the Earth and how in return nature take her revenge. Shortly after happens the one of most devastating tsunami in south-east Asia.
Raksha Bandhan is dedicated to Ganga Bharty & Morihei Ueshiba.
The all album is dedicated to the Sadhu who lived on the top of Arunachala (the hill behind Tiruvinamalai)
Ujjaya is one man project, Randriambololona Hery, living in France but who have malagasy root, and travel throughIndia and South-east Asia, playing dozen of exotic instruments. At the very begining in the ealy 90 I was an electric guitarist that was fascinated with the unexplore potency of that instrument. As a spiritual seeker too, my music basically rooted in the metal, prog rock was aiming more and more toward the ambient music.
Artist: Marc Broude
Keywords: experimental; electronic; free improv; dark ambient; avant-garde; jazz
Medicine is Marc Broude's second album in the ambient genre. With expansive and enigmatic atmosphere through layers of sonic exhortation, articulation is placed on Marc's psychological or emotional state in the music-making process as opposed to the inspiration in which he seeks.
Artist: Tobias Herzz Hallbauer
Title: Verses 2
Keywords: indie; electronica; alternative; krautrock; trip hop; other
„Verses 2“ is the new solo album of german musician Tobias Herzz Hallbauer. It contains eight tracks, based on poems of (mostly english) authors from the late 19th / early 20th century:
Konstantinos Kavafis („Walls“), William Allingham („An Evening“), George Eliot („Roses“), Francis Thompson („An Arab Love Song“), Amy Lowell („The Bungler“), Delmira Agustini („I Live, I Die, I Burn, I Drown“), Stephen Crane („And You Love Me“) and John Davidson („Song“).
Title: Eternal Curse on the Listener of These Songs (2CD)
Keywords: boredom; plagiarism; vain; experimental; other
Is There a Music in This Album?
1. I can't play musical instruments.
2. I was the student studying Japanese contemporary literature.
3. So I don't know a theory of the music at all.
4. I don't have most of the machine for recording.
5. I hardly know English.
6. All my music is certain type of plagiarism.
7. Thank you.
Keywords: ambient; trip hop; electronic
Follow trigg in his journey into the land of soundscapes, eclectic beats, lush melodies and atmospheric grooves. This album contains 13 tracks, each of them in a different space.
Bart Knol, a.k.a Gritt also works under the Trigg moniker. A totally different style and feel. While Gritt is known for his hard hitting dubstep bangers, Trigg Is easy going, full of playfull melodies and cinematic atmospheres.