Burial Grid Returns With New Album ‘Shores of Quiddity’; Listen To “Biphasic”

East coast musician Adam Michael Kozak, aka Burial Grid, is returning to fill our ears and minds with new electronic music in the form of Shores of Quiddity. The album is a departure from Burial Grid’s previous LP, the dark, vocoder-heavy We’ve Come For Your Flesh which came out at the beginning of 2021. While […]

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Justin Sweatt : When The Light Goes

Justin Sweatt is a weary traveler in this world. He looks around with an artist’s heart and a writer’s mind, capturing what he sees and interprets it through electronic music. Sweatt might consider himself a cynic, but I’d say he’s more of a stoic. The bitter of life doesn’t escape him, but he doesn’t let […]

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Shortwave Broadcaster Returns With ‘In Flow’, Out 7/16; Listen To Hazy Title Track

Keith Canisius is no stranger to ethereal electronic music. He’s released music with Rumskib, Astral TV, and under his own name. All of these projects mix elements of shoegaze, dream pop, Berlin School, and heavy synth, with Astral TV deep diving the most into the German experimental electronic movement of the early 70s. With Rasmus […]

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Collin Gorman Weiland To Release ‘Now And Thus Suite’ June 25th; Listen To “Bird’s Desert Shadow”

The new album Now and Thus Suite from musician/producer/engineer Collin Gorman Weiland is a sublime and ethereal collection of new age/ambient songs that are reminiscent of classic private press releases of the 70s. I find myself getting lost in the hazy electronics and otherworldly mood of this 4-track LP. It’s the kind of album that […]

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Daniel Davies : Spies

There’s really nothing better than when an artist not only hits expectations, but exceeds them exponentially. Daniel Davies started out as a guitarist in some successful bands back in the early 2000s. Year Long Disaster, Karma To Burn, and CKY were all bands Davies played in and did quite well in. In 2015 he began […]

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worriedaboutsatan : Providence

On the latest from worriedaboutsatan, Gavin Miller continues to hone the sound of this now one-man project. With Providence there’s a sense of reflection, even contentment, as Miller navigates ambient textures, airy drones, and vast post-rock spaces as a sort of sonic tome on time. This is the kind of album that reveals more with […]

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Ffion : Radials

The latest from Ffion(Thomas and Ashleigh Ragsdale) has the ARP-loving electronic duo taking their already vast and dense sound into more long-form territory. Since their debut on label Soundtracking The Void back in 2018, Ffion has continuously evolved the sound into something deeper and cinematic while still enveloping melodies in rhythmic intent. With Radials Ffion […]

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Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk : Eight Framents Of An Illusion

It’s been four years since the last collaborative LP between Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk, the exquisite and ethereal Passage. After nearly three years of working in-between other musical projects(Schnauss working in Tangerine Dream and Munk recording with Causa Sui, Billow Observatory, Nicklas Sorensen, and solo work) the two studio wizards have released their follow-up, […]

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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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