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Glorie [ Falling "EP" ]
Instrumental band, Glorie, was formed in Memphis in the spring of 2009 by former Satyrs frontman, Jason Paxton, after an eight year hiatus from playing music. The other members of Glorie (Jonathan Kirkscey, Rob Brimhall, Andy Saunders, and Jeff Hulett) come from diverse musical backgrounds and have performed with an impressive array of artists such as Cat Power, Jay Reatard, The Bloodthirsty Lovers, Snowglobe, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and Al Green.
The band started as a desire to create more substantive, engaging instrumental music with a strong focus on melody. Their music blends acoustic, electric, and electronic sounds and draws inspiration from many genres including rock and instrumental hip- hop. Texturally, the instrumentation is diverse including layers of strings, synthesizer, guitar, piano, and vibraphone creating an entrancing thick wall of sound with a cinematic quality.
< < < < < [ 02nd VIDEO OF A THREE PART SERIES ]. > > > > > >
If you’re interested in using our music for the purpose of advertising your brand or for film please message us and by all means Check out our first official live video! Some super high quality cams were used to capture this shit. This is the first video in the 2nd video of 3 part series that we’ll be releasing in the coming months. Special Thanks to Live From Memphis and Andrew McCalla for making this happen! Hope you dig! Spread it!
1. Sunshine then Nightmares
2. Run Away
5. The Lotus
From the first self-title “Glorie” album to a series of exquisite videos released in (2012) this enigmatic group of musicians has come a long way. A week ago their latest brand new EP “Falling” made its way to my inbox like a deserted child with the need of some proper attention. So I decided to go along with the flaw giving it all I got.
Without beating around the bush the big question is… so how is this new EP by [ Glorie ]? Well to start with “Falling” is absolutely moving and thought-provoking. There is a strong sense of nostalgia across the entire EP, more specifically on the track “Smoke” and “Falling” which almost left me to tears while listening to over and over. The one thing we can all be certain of is… With this new release [ Glorie’s ] aim is not to rebuilt or reinvent the term post-rock or at least at this phase of their musical careers but their approach on this EP is utterly and undoubtedly ecstatic. Their notes and simple execution gleamed in the dark and bring life and hopes to the surface.
“Falling EP” accomplishes a set of strongly defined strings command that evokes some of the most profound inner emotion I have ever experience. [ Glorie’s ] manifest with major strings from their heart and slender violins chords that are undeniably touching as they reveal every fragile layers in sequence and in harmony. Piano / Keys are totally well executed and flows flawlessly in parallel with violin and cello. No glitch, no break up, no hiccup, it’s like a whole bunch of instrumental equipment’s that came together and aligned themselves PROPER and in order. Almost as if they were made to complement each other’s naturally.
Downside and Favourite Tracks.
“Falling EP” total length is only about twenty-five minutes in duration. It’s not so much of a downside since it’s an EP and we can all understand the concept behind but when facing music of such caliber and sounds that are executed with such precision, believe me twenty-five minutes is not long enough, you’d wish for the sound never to end.
Favourite tracks, the entire EP is totally BRILLIANT and extremely well produced but if you really want to know “Run Away”, “Smoke” and “Falling” are KILLER MOVEMENTS and definitely the high of this EP. A lot of people has already managed to get this recording in high quality waves format but for those who haven’t yet, well do expect something utterly beautiful coming your way soon. __[ M S T ].
Credits / Released 06th March 2013
Jason Paxton – Vibes, Keys
Robert Brimhall – Bass
Jeff Hulett – Bass, Vibes
Andrew Saunders – Drums
Jonathan Kirkscey – Cello, Guitar
Beth Luscome – Viola
Jessie Munson – Violin
Long Long Kang – Violin
Tracks 1, 4, 5 written by Jason Paxton
Tracks 2 and 3 written by Jonathan Kirkscey.
Strings arranged by Jonathan Kirkscey and Jason Paxton
Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis, TN and our houses
Track 3 mixed at Ardent Studios by Jeff Powell
Track 1, 2, 4, 5 Mixed at Elmwood Studios Dallas, TX by Stuart Sikes
Mastered at West West Side Music, New Windsor, NY by Alan Douches. | Recording Engineers – Jeff Powell, Us | Assistant Engineers: Lucas Peterson |Mixing Engineers – Jeff Powell, Stuart Sikes, Adam Hill, Us | Artwork by Johnny Taylor
"Much time, energy, and money went into the making of these recordings. We're offering this album completely free, no strings attached, and no required e-mail. We don't mind if you put 0 and download the album for free. However, any money donated would be greatly appreciated and will help fund future recordings. If you do decide to download this record please help us spread the music around and link people back to this site for us. If you're interested in using our music for the purpose of advertising your brand or for film please message us.
[ The Artist ] ~ The Project [ Nikki Grace Experience ] was born in the year 2010. The Idea of the musical fusion rose from my novel Eta Carinae, existing since 2008. I try to put all dark and sinister images into musical landscapes and post-rockish and ambiental walls. I'm always inspired by journeys through my home, Germany, the Woods, the people, all strange things I see every day, and over there I'm inspired from other beautiful countries like Ireland, the northern countries, all this, with its breath of coldness but beautiful strangeness. I think Music must be a kind of Heart and Soul and the Heart of the Soul turns into Music. [ __the artist ].
"The Album 'REST' was recorded and mastered by myself in my own Proclambient (means Progressive-Classical-Ambient) Studio at my Home in Germany. It was a process about one year, I put all my ideas together, first on piano (that's played by myself on a Midi keyboard). The speeches on "Broken Home" I took from a Creative Commons blog --it's a preacher who's talking and weeping about God and Jesus-- together it's my interpretation of a broken home that's left and leaving. All strings I used were formed from synthesizer tunes into real strings by myself.
The dialogue on "Playback rewind..." are recorded in Dutch speech one year ago by myself; it's an old Woman which would not leave alone her old cassette player. Sad story I think, deep minded and terrible. "Easy Steps Moving Downward" is the newest one on this release. It's my own favorite, a little bit jazzy I think. It's a view to the next releases I'm working on. The drums are created by myself on a drum machine that I use for my computer, also Midi into real stuff.
[ Argumentum e Silentio - Ten Sticks of Willow Charcoal ]
01 yet you're still jealous of everyone [12:40]
02 ten sticks of willow charcoal [09:22]
03 the snow in my hands [07:51]
[ Ten Sticks of Willow Charcoal ] is the latest release from Marko H. AKA [ The Nikki Grace Experience ]. Although this album has been released under a different moniker [ Argumentum e Silentio ] which is Marko H side project. [ Argumentum e Silentio ] combines instrumental compositions with samples and field recordings, with influences from ambient and soundtrack music. The idea of [ argumentum e silentio ] was born with my novel "quaint music - the alphabet theory" -- an a-z story of music mysteries. So i would like to thank all the people who loves my work with -[ argumentum e silentio ] and [ The Nikki Grace Experience ].
New Video From Upcoming Album [ Walnut Grove´s Sunset Diaries ].
Major thanks to the collaborating artist [ Lotte Kestner ]… one of the better beneficiaries of ambient music and needles to say prominence of the present decade [ The Nikki Grace Experience ] a gentle and exquisite of a lead melody accompanied by piano and a steady beat. But above all else… we talking bonus point here guys, [ Lotte Kestner ] lovely lead vocal.
“Hearse: Black and White Opinion” is [ The Nikki Grace Experience ] 10th releases and rapidly attaining the zenith point of an abstract and underground success. All without any radical change from where the band was in 2012 with “Rest” or “Halo”. Marko Hupel oversaw all the production; the core emphasis remained a nexus point between minimalism and ambient all shrouded in mystery of a long journey.
Though many songs work with full arrangements, for instance "The Heartshaped Coffins," or “Proudly Waving Farewell,” those pieces attributes thick and dominating resonance but never once overpowering the combination of the various elements that are blend together. All movements on this particular album are heavily stripped-down to demonstrate in various ways as to how [ The Nikki Grace Experience ] or the collaborating artists for that matter, makes a virtue out of simplicity.
We’ve had many previews of this album “Quiet Painting,” “Proudly Waving Farewell” and more, we knew well in advance something big and totally exquisite is going to hit us on the 26th of April 2013. Truth be said there is no absolute point in beating around the bush over the fact that [ The Nikki Grace Experience ] 10th releases includes some of the most beautiful crowning moment within the ambient scene. Many will agree that “Hearse: Black and White Opinion” somehow… magically possesses the power to force you in to romanticism, if not I’ll even stretch describing it as a nostalgic breakdown and weeping tears.
But that in mind let’s not forget while “Hearse: Black and White Opinion” attracts an unlimited elements of subtlety and nostalgia, movement such as “Homeless (The Wisconsin Oddysey) come’s dressed up with an up-beat attire and is so beautifully arrange that it will leaves you breathless. We’ve got eight months to go before the year end and I’ve already put aside 5 of my top 2013 releases. This one my friend jumps to the 01st top of 2013 release. I can only wish for this release to be press on Vinyl or print on CD’s as a limited edition.
Tracklist [ The Black Opinion ]
01. Perpetual Acrylic Lines (feat. Lotte Kestner)
02. The Poor Conductor And The Dead Puppet Orchestra
03. The Heartshaped Coffins
04. Quiet Paintings (feat. Lotte Kestner)
05. Homeless (The Wisconsin Odyssey)
Tracklist [ The White Opinion ]
01. Proudly Waving Farewell (feat. Lotte Kestner)
02. A Basket Of Flowers (On The Gramophone Table - feat. Lotte Kestner)
03. When All Looks The Same (feat. Lynch Kingsley)
04. The Diary Of Auntie Jane
05. The Funeral Of All Our Hopes (feat. Lynch Kingsley)
Based on the quoted tags [ Ambientscape ] ~ [ Dreamscape ] ~ [ Classical-ambient ] let it be [ Divergence ] or [ Rest ] or [ A()anda "EP" ] and [ A()anda Partur 2 ] you simply need to get your hand of all 4 releases. I was streaming [ Rest ] earlier this am and man... I'm impressed. Seriously guys... you don't even need to stream them just go right ahead and downloads all four titles as you in for super classical-ambient treat here. [ __TheSirensSound ].
Oxide Tones started up as an online store in November 2004. Back then, I was frustrated at having to pay 17€ (and more) for a CD, as well as at the lack of choice in Germany. I ended up buying CDs online, and having them sent from USA, Japan as well as other European countries. This of course involved paying customs and high shipping fees. So I started to import more, with the intention of selling the CDs to other like-minded fans who were experiencing the same difficulties getting hold of decent music. Since then, Oxide Tones has sold over 5000 CDs to customers all over the world. It turned out that Post Rock fans liked the idea of buying multiple CDs from someone who liked the same music, as I am able to recommend artists and CDs.
After speaking to a couple of bands towards the end of 2010, I realised that I may be able to help small and yet unknown bands with their plans. As most bands don’t start with a bang or a big budget, it can be difficult for them to get onto a label. Although there are a few labels out there that really dig Post Rock, they of course can’t take every band on. Basically, I’ll try and work with bands to find out what they need, and how I can help. In some cases it may just be getting a run of CDs printed, in other cases it may be getting CDs onto the market to distributors.
I don't really mind on what formats music is released, digital is a no brainer nowadays, CDs are cool, and in some cases I'll do vinyl too. It depends on the music, the band, and the necessary funding. Being an indepedant label, and also a one-man show, means that I decide what to release, based on my own tastes. To give you a fair idea on what I usually covers in terms of type of music. Below is my present catalog. NOTE that there are some few unannounced one's that I am still working on. Latest release in this case is [ The Sun Aesthetic ] album "Thicker Threads".
Swiss Post Rock band All You’ve Seen was founded in 2008. The band recorded their first EP and an album without a bass player. In early 2011, a new drummer and a bassist joined and the second EP was recorded as a quartet. Spring 2012 was a hard time. A founding member & the second guitarist left for a long journey through Asia, right after the bass player quit. Later that year, with a new man on the bass, the band decided to continue as a trio.
In winter 2012 a new album was recorded, which became “Elements – Part ll” with which All You’ve Seen is starting a new chapter. Not only is it the first full length album in over three years, it also marks a new style in sound and structure of the music. It’s definitely the darkest album to date by the band. It starts and ends with an over 11-minutes long song, that builds a massive wall of sound out of a simple melody. With no need for complexity, the band take their time with build ups and add structure to each track until the time is right for each one to implode into a melodic supernova.
1. File: Earth
2. Some Leaves Never Touch The Ground
3. The Path Of A Root 09:22
5. Dust In My Hands
6. Night Of The Sun
NOTE: Yet another awesome release from the German Label. We are half way through the year and we've had some stunning releases from many monikers and from [ Oxide-Tones ] I must say point... this is the 09th releases already and we still got another 6 months to go. Amazing indeed.
< < < < < [ All You've Seen - Elements Part II ]. > > > > >
Aesthesys [Ascendere ]
Aesthesys is an instrumental outfit based in Moscow, Russia. What started as a one-man project back in 2007, has eventually evolved into a sextet performing post-rock music with ambient and neoclassical influences. Aesthesys have so far released 3 albums and 3 EPs.
Discography Under [ Aesthesys ]
2013 – Ascendere
2011 - Camera Obscura
2010 - Lacus Hiemalis
2010 - Crossing The Shoreline
2009 - Unreleased - Cold Light Of Skies That Never Existed
2008 - April-October - Demo
2008 - November - An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything
[ Ascendere ]. Hey there! I can’t believe I’m finally writing this message. We’re happy to announce the details of our upcoming release, which we’ve been working on since last November, and since we’ve been quiet about it for so long, we’re going to compensate for it with the thorough description of what’s been going on the last six months in regards to it.
After our last performance in 2012, which was at the Astral International Festival in September 2012, we decided to enter the studio to record fresh material. The next two months were filled with rehearsals to get the tracks’ sound perfected, and in late November we stuffed our drummer’s car full of instruments and gear to hit the road. The chosen studio was located in city of Zelenograd, where we spent one and a half days recording drums and bass. Though we liked the quality of the recorded material, we were forced to leave this place, and so recording of the guitars and violins took place in another studio the following weekend.
Thus, at the beginning of December we thought that the recording stage of the process was over, so Ivan, our sound-engineer who became a dedicated member of our gang, and I started to work on the mixing. During this almost magical process, we used all our spare time, even nights, and a few late ideas came. Consequently we decided to revisit the studio for an extra day to fulfill these ideas in early January, and that’s when the recording stage actually ended.
At the same time, I was desperately searching for an illustrator and a record label – and later, even for a mastering engineer. There were lots of rejections, and that was the most depressing and complex part of the whole quest. Nevertheless, we eventually found some marvelous professionals who agreed to work with us – famous British engineer Ian Shepherd did brilliant and complex work of mastering of our CD, while the cover artwork is now almost completed by the amazing American artist Brian Luong. Plus, we joined dunk!records, who made us part of their family.
And now I’m delighted to say that this quest is almost over. Now we are waiting for the CD to get printed in the Czech Republic next month, and then shipped to dunk! headquarters in Zottegem, Belgium, from which it’ll be shipped to those who’d like to have the tangible release with booklets.
1. Moving Forward
2. Arise From Dreams of Thee
4. La Torre del Silenzio
5. Sailing to Constantinople
The title is “Ascendere”, Italian for “to ascend”, or, “to rise”. It’s going to be a 30 minute long 5-track EP, with 4 fresh compositions and 1 already released song (but in its “reborn” form we discovered when started to play it live). Though one of the fresh tracks, “Anemoi”, is already available to listen to as a part of the “dunk!sampler”, the EP version of it will be slightly different due to different mastering. It will all be available for free download and CD order this September. A more specific date will be announced closer to autumn.
The co-founders of RÁDIO ETIÓPIA lines-up [ Tony Justerini ] ~ [ Anatoly Brooks ] ~ Intro voice led by [ Ana Ribeiro ] and Special Guests [ JOÃO H ] and [ JOSÉ RAMON ]. New episodes are posted every Monday set completed apart from the mainstream line of music and dedicated to all the sinners of this world. RÁDIO ETIÓPIA shows are absolute journeys to the deepening of the soul by the best contemporary artists and in the most profound poetry manner listeners are led on a non-stop trip of about 80mins per show. [ [ [ Completely FLAWLESS... ] ] ]
[ MIND'S LABYRINTH ].
01. Tristeza – [Reminiscence (your smile) (0.00:06) + First love (0.03:20)]
02. Jay-Jay Johanson – Far away (radio edit) (0.07:47)
03. Steve Roach – Love song (0.11:49)
04. The National – Hard to find (0.13:41)
05. Mazgani – Into the river (0.17:39)
06. Edward Ka-Spel – Entrance & illumination (0.20:52)
07. Colleen – The moon like a bell (0.27:12)
08. Eluvium – Happiness (0.28:27)
09. The National – Heavenfaced (0.35:48)
10. Paul Buchanan – Two children (0.40:03)
11. Ludovico Einaudi – Calore (0.42:16)
12. Patrick Watson – Mary (0.45:43)
13. Low- To our knees (0.49:37)
14. Gareth Dickson – Little Miller (0.52:37)
15. Silence – Mr. Goodwrong (0.55:56)
16. Bersarin Quartett – Es kann nicht ewig winter sein (0.59:21)
17. Christen Lien – Aftermaths (1.03:37)
18. Silence – She alone (1.09:46)
19. Rodrigo Leão – Exercicio (1.13:07)
[ Gareth Dickson ]. Solo acoustic guitar with effects and vocals. Gareth also tours with Vashti Bunyan as her guitarist. Debut album Spruce Goose was released in 2005. Since then he has released music with Lo Recordings, Benbecula Records, Polymorphic and Unlabel among others. He has toured Europe supporting Juana Molina and toured the UK supporting Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan.
“A solo artist singing and playing acoustic guitar - sometimes effected, his songs slip between a beautifully sparse, emotive fragility ( recalling Nick Drake, Bert Jansch, etc )... and denser instrumentals ( recalling Eno or Labradford ). Very cool stuff.” Fatcat Records.
While playing with numerous bands around the Northern California area, Justin Howard, worked quietly behind the curtains on a solo project called "Metazen". Moving form instrument to instrument since the age of 13 and stumbling across Logic Pro at the age of 15, Metazen had the means of composing the incessant sounds in his head.
With influences spanning across a wide range of genres, [ GYBE ] ~ [ Sole ] ~ [ El-P ] ~ [ NIN ] ~ [ Battle of Mice ] ~ [ RATM ] and [ Isis ] Metazen blended vibrations with chaos and released "Oh Great Sun, Nourish Her Rotting Roots EP" in June 2010.
A conceptual release, entailing the story of three pyschopomps as they told their story of the long forgotten planet called earth and it's mothers many suicides. With an interest in storytelling, science fiction, and gritty, glitchy, and brooding music Metazen dove into the world of experimental hip hop. Still involved with another band, Metazen didn't grace the stage with his presence until a year later.
In July 2011, Metazen released "The Conscious Cicatrix EP" crafting his style even more with influences from the filthy bass realm of dubstep. Lyrically, The Conscious Cicatrix, amplifies Metazen's own thoughts and interests covering topics such as mind control, alien abduction, stimulated realties, and terraforming.
[ Collected Scabs Vol. 1 ] Metazen is a one Rap / Trip-hop sound I've heard and liked from the very beginning. [ Collected Scabs Vol. 1 ] may not be as evoking and appealing as [ The Conscious Cicatrix ] or [ Oh Great Sun, Nourish Her Rotting Roots ] but the overall outcome based on the quoted tags still brings a combination of an uplift edifying and obscure atmosphere. The album also involved a couple of mainstream songs like [ Heart Of Glass ] and [ Only Girl ] but needless to say with a touch of [ Metamix ] mainstream suddenly becomes underground. Again... Have a go here. Totally worthy.
01. Tell Yo Momma (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 03:59
02. Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 03:14
03. None Shall Pass (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 03:26
04. I'm The Motherfucking Manic (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 04:02
05. Blunt After Blunt (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 03:11
06. Useless Rhymes (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 02:28
07. Say Yeah (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 04:06
08. Pans In The Kitchen (Meta, The Rat King) 03:53
09. Baghdad Tough (Meta, The Rat King) 04:17
10. Mutual Core (Meta, The Rat King Remix) 04:36
And to break the vibe from everything we've covered today, this is just the perfect beat, set apart from the world of post-rock [ Meta, The Rat King ] AKA [ Metazen ] is back with a new release "collected scabs vol. II which is even darker and more tripping and than any other previous releases. Regular readers / visitors will definitely agree [ Metazen ] has released a string of masterpieces that redefined and changed the whole outlook of Hip-hop on a grand scale. This new record is a combination of what a "commercial outfit" looks and sounds like v/s the approach that relates to the mainstream and topping elements of what makes a beautiful blend of Hip-hop. CHECK IT OUT.
[ All Is Within ] is a multi-instrumentalist and photographer ( involving mainly landscapes and live music portraits, mostly for webzines ) since 1991. That said [ All Is Within ] as an instrumental project has been around since 2008. The new mini album "We All Need The Moon" is more a sort of celestial voyage focused on various elements from progressive rock, post rock, metal to ambient music. The moniker [ A.I.W ] also cherish classical composition and impressionism instrumental music in which lush harmonies, progressive rhythms, and unusual tonal colors are used to evoke moods and impressions.
Two years of work had been necessary to create this piece cause I work alone, in the dark ( and managing astro-photography was sometimes really hard too ). My music is set on free download and by all means feel free to distribute as well. Full download in this case is highly recommended because the illustrations are a part of the message. Have fun and I hope you all enjoy.
1. Le vertige des profondeurs infinies 05:01
2. To the Moon ... 02:54
3. Hyperdrive 08:14
4. Naissance - Electric Space Larsen in F Maj 02:52
5. Le chemin du retour 03:43
Up To Date Releases:
A.I.W [ We all need the Moon (2012) ]
A.I.W [ Introspections between waves and state of mind (2010) ]
< < < [ All Is Within - We All Need The Moon ]. > > >
Wacky Southern Current [ Argonautica ].
Mellow, instrumental, post rock. Wacky Southern Current's " Like The Wind Within The Hollow Tree " is neither wacky nor southern. Marco Cervellin of Italy plays most of the instruments himself creating a hushed, minimal, peaceful landscape of down tempo, acoustic music. From the electronic tinged opening track, " I Took a Journey " to the ambient feel of " Unterkircher " this album sways without ever straying too far.
It is very much a cohesive unit. "Like The Wind Within The Hollow Tree" harkens similarities to [ Explosions In The Sky's ] quieter material, [ Album Leaf's ] early work, as well as netlabel musicians such as [ Cantaloup ] and [ Nic Bommarito ]. This is truly a beautiful suite of music for a quiet Sunday soundtrack.
"Like The Wind Within The Hollow Tree" ~ LISTENING IS BELIEVING HERE. How did mellow post-rock music without any massive wah wah and distortions get so good. The above review mentioned some good references but to top it up the first band that come to my mind while listening to "Like The Wind Within The Hollow Tree" is one of the best medio-core sound you guys probably all know [ Adelaide / Small Sails ]. Perfect for a Sunday afternoon with a cold beer. AMAZINGLY GOOD. Oh by the way... the header picture on top of the page describe the music ~ this album perfect.
[ In a Realm of Uncertain Summer ]. Wacky Southern Current returns to No-Source for a new album of hauntingly beautiful instrumental music. “In a Realm of Uncertain Summer” sees Marco Cervellin find middle ground between instrumental soundtracks, acoustic moods, and post rock sensibilities.
The title track kicks off the same vibe given by Air's “The Virgin Suicides” soundtrack. The instrumentation is top notch as apparent on “Eaten by Your Own Sun”. The slow progression of guitars and strings on “West of the Dam” slowly unfolds until the track "The Nearest Star" take over with a sound reminiscent of early Blue States or Grantby. “Naked Mountain Song” paints a picture of a lazy ride over hills and valleys with its bass line and soft electronic percussion work.
“Dream Sequence” and “Eventide” bring the album to a quiet ending with gorgeous, beat less, nearly contemporary classical music. This is certainly another brilliant release from Wacky Southern Current and an increase in compositional intricacy from Marco Cervellin. Cover photo by [ Pablo Hache ]
01 - Sam the Lion
02 - We Are Argonauts
03 - Spirits and Libations
04 - Padawan
05 - The Faun Song
06 - Père-Lachaise
07 - Inland vs Coastal
08 - The Falconer Song
09 - Transparency
10 - French Radio
11 - Blues in A
Marco Cervellin, the force behind Wacky Southern Current, returns with his third album on No-Source. Argonautica continues the trend of high quality instrumental albums from Marco. To give Wacky Southern Current one genre is to sell the music short. A wide range of influences fill up each release from Marco. Argonautica is no exception. This is a more guitar-centric album with Kraut influences, particularly on the track "We Are Argonauts." "French Radio" is a short burst of experimental soundscape, while "Blues in A" is an excellent seven minute jazz workout. Wacky Southern Current heads is new directions with such musicianship that it's hard to believe they haven't been there all along. Argonautica is: Marco Cervellin - guitars, bass, keyboards. Gianni "Ian" Garbo - guitars. Giacomo Gatti - drums.
Melt Like Clouds is the mind child of Ryan Cantz. Experimenting with noise, sounds, percussion, guitars, bass, pianos and synths, Melt Like Clouds creates a dreamlike world that embraces you to drift away from existence. What you hear is what you feel so close your eyes, float in the sky and ride the atmosphere given off from this delusional audio experience.
The debut album "Liquid Dreaming" is a 10-track album full of un-expecting trances and cacophony. The goal of this album is to differentiate dreams and reality. Majority of this album was made at obscure times of the night and early morning due to irregular sleep patterns. Fully produced, written, recorded, mixed and mastered by Ryan Cantz in the summer of 2012. Officially released September 03, 2012.
[ Liquid Dreaming ] isn't your average electo-ambient sound as it bring together the two core elements of ambient and electronic together in the most perfect way while retaining a low-end vision of other ambiences such as industrial, glitch, dub/techno, noise and ambient-drone. The ten track on this album does bring some unexpected trances that you will most likely enjoy if you are in to the likes of [ Portero Regateador ] ~ [ Salient Sounds ] and [ 65daysofstatic ]. Something you definitely want to check out.
01. Shellbrain 04:39
02. Rainbow Flow 03:49
03. Black Tongues 06:39
04. Lost In The Mist 08:13
05. Knowing 03:53
06. The Depth Of A Canyon 05:49
07. Phantasmagoria 06:08
08. Dwam 07:38
09. Nautical Beings 03:19
10. Invisible Children With Mouth Radios 06:33
11. Sky Daze 06:23
12. Desire In Delays 09:43
Following up with the release of "Liquid Dreaming," came the release of the second coming of the Melt Like Clouds chronicles. "Mile High Island" is the sophomore album of this project. Focusing on isolation, reclusion and living inside yourself; this adventure of sounds portrays the mindset and endeavors of a loner who is misunderstood. Written, recorded, produced, mixed by Ryan Cantz and mastered by Channel Fuse Media in the fall/winter of 2012-2013. Officially released April 09, 2013.