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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Fragile X : Between Worlds

On the latest from Fragile X, the windswept and cavernous Between Worlds, musician/producer J. Gorecki goes deep into cosmic soundscapes and ambient vibes. Listening to this album is like deep-diving into the universe’s psyche. The sound of existential static at the end of some galactic phone line that seemingly reaches to and past infinity. Between […]

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Andy Fosberry : (connection lost)

Andy Fosberry seems to be a musical wizard. Seriously, I think there’s some black magic going on with this incredible UK composer. His work is exquisite, and runs the gamut from film score work to 80s-inspired heavy synth to ambient soundscapes that feel as if the universe sighed and Fosberry somehow captured it in musical […]

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Luis Vasquez : A Body Of Errors

Luis Vasquez uses art to express his creativity, but also his internal world. With his long-running project The Soft Moon, Vasquez uses post-punk angst and darkwave doom and gloom to paint us jagged visions of the human experience. If that sounds like a drag, it’s not. Musically Vasquez builds pulsating soundscapes, pop industrial rhythms with […]

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Camp Of Wolves : Granite Creek

The new album from David Salisbury’s electronic project Camp Of Wolves is heavy, man. Not in a d-tuned guitar and screamo vocals heavy, but the kind of heavy that hits you when you least expect it driving to work, or staring out at the sea. A monolithic melancholy that touches your cheek when some great […]

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Schnauss & Munk Return With The Gorgeous “Asteroid 2467”; New Album Coming This Spring

Sitting here as the sun is rising on a chilly but stunning Saturday morning and listening to the brand new single from sonic wizards Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk. What better way to get the morning going? Coffee would be good. It’s been four years since the last Schnauss and Munk release, the electronic masterwork […]

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Steve Moore : VFW Soundtrack

Ever since I heard Steve Moore’s score for The Guest I firmly believe that he is the secret ingredient to a truly great cinematic experience. Moore won me over of course as synth/bass wizard in the horror prog duo Zombi, but when I first saw The Guest and became enamored with that score it felt […]

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Enter The Void : Soundtracking The Void and Music For The End Of The World

Thomas and Ashleigh Ragsdale began their journey as music label owners at the end of 2018. Soundtracking The Void’s first release was Thomas Ragsdale’s Honley Civic Archives Volume 1. From there the two released music together as Ffion, Thomas released a series of solo LPs and then the label branched out to artists as diverse […]

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