Bagaski : Final

I’ve found this strange and beautiful little album called Final from the artist Bagaski. It’s out today on See Blue Audio and if you’re a fan of lo-fi electronic music I think you might just love it. The Berlin-based electronic musician seems to dabble in all kinds of circuital noise. According the See Blue Audio, […]

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Papir : Jams

The Danish power trio Papir, which consists of guitarist/keyboardist Nicklas Sorensen, bassist/keyboardist Christian Becher Clausen, and drummer Christoffer Brochmann Christensen, have built a steady discography of forward-thinking improvisational music for over a decade now. Their fusion of Krautrock, psych, post-rock, and prog tendencies has put them at the forefront of modern instrumental rock. With each […]

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Polypores Readies ‘Shpongos’, Out 4/26; Listen To “Everything Connected At Once”

The modular synth world of Polypores is quite the magical place. Stephen James Buckley approaches music as more than just melodies and electronic music. With each album he sees these songs as a means to connect on both a melodic and visceral level. Man and machine working together, with every buzzing circuit and blip of […]

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Kuma : Rainbow Kaleidoscope For Constants

If Canadian producer/musician Kuma isn’t DJ’ing or using bpms to make people move on dance floors, then he’s creating ambient soundscapes to get completely lost in. Much like conjuring beats and four-on-the-floor techno bangers, his work in experimental soundscapes is equally engaging. On last year’s Time Makes Memory Of Us All(released on UK label Soundtracking […]

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Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk Are In “Perpetual Motion”; ‘Eight Fragments Of An Illusion’ Out 4/23

The music of Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk is both reminiscent of their individual works and completely it’s own intimate beast. Both musicians are adept, prodigious even, in the studio. The studio is an extension of themselves; an instrument to be used much like a synthesizer, guitar, or sequencer. They not only build music, but […]

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