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Gorgeous, super slo-mo sunset balearic ambient piece here from Faint Waves, lead track on a new three track EP ‘Sol d’en Serra’ from new label Higher Love Recordings. It’s a cool package with a fine dreamhouse bubbler ‘Shimmer’from James Bright and cinematic atmospherics from Audiocluster. Out 27/4/20
Prompted by the recent Oto No Wa release from Music for Dreams, I was reminded of this awesome release from Light in the Attic of 80’s and 90’s ambient from Japan. It’s another stunning package,complied by Spencer Doran of Visible Cloaks. In a beautiful 3 x vinyl package and digital too, some sublime music here for headphone immersion and horizontal exploration.
An essential purchase / listen from Music for Dreams here…
For the fifth entry in their Collector’s Series, they enlist the skills of Japan-based musical connoisseurs, Ken Hidaka, Max Essa, and Dr. Rob.
Their compilation Oto No Wa sets out to map the evolution of chilled Japanese sounds across 3 decades. Collecting 14 tracks, produced by a wide range of artists. From ambient pioneers to dance-floor veterans.
Almost a year since this beauty came out, sublime ethereal ambience and gorgeous visuals, another essential purchase for balearic heads 🙂
A new album of dreamy synth/house/balearic disco nuggets has been released by Oslo based producer Marius circus. Alternatingly soothing, summery and spacey, perfect listening for these troubled time. Check also his cover of Lindstrom’s ‘I feel Space’ remixed by Andrew Weatherall here for free download…
‘Space Inside’is the new album from Brighton’s cosmic messengers Gene Pool, have a listen and get along to their Bandcamp page and buy a copy asap it’s a banger!
‘Faced with a deadly storm brewed by an angry ocean, ‘Space Inside’ is narrated by inhabitants of a world realising the truth of their own inevitable doom. Taking the things they learned from their experiments in ‘Kill the TV’, Gene Pool weave a dark, twisted story, seething with a newfound musical intensity and ambition.’
‘Music As A Foreign Language’ Chris Coco’s new album is out today. He describes it as ‘Deep home listening for strange times’, I’d call it gorgeous, meditative, balearic ambient to escape away with. Support one of the mainstays of the downtempo world by buying your copy through Bandcamp, link below…