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Ignatius :: Legacy Systems (Buried In Time)

Legacy Systems, in summary, is built upon the fluid relationship between man and machine, offering along the way, an extraterrestrial sound field that is utter Autechrean electronic bliss. Perhaps pointing to outdated computer systems, or technology in its title, Ignatius—covered quite a bit in our pages—continues to craft out of this world modular audio collages […]

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Ignatius :: Hudibrastic & Smug Ruins EPs (Buried In Time)

Ignatius blends (these) interconnected noisy streams into mangled glitch sandstorms and electrical distortions. Ignatius certainly knows a thing or two about modular equipment, on both Hudibrastic and Smug Ruins, it’s evident that there’s more to life than waiting for another round of Autechre material. If elseq-1-5 was any indication of Ae’s “constantly shifting focus,” than Ignatius […]

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Ignatius :: Nodding’s Uses (Buried In Time)

Ignatius continues to unfold elongated sonic exhibits that lures its listeners into a state of unusual delight. Autechre is to the UK as Ignatius is to the US. Well, that’s what it feels like to these ears anyway. The downtempo percussive slurry and rummaging basslines on Nodding’s Uses are configured in such a way that […]

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Ignatius :: Alexithymia EP (Buried In Time)

Overall Alexithymia is a densely abstract trip through low-riding sonic emissions that are expertly executed and mastered from start to finish.. [Release page] Consistently logging a hefty amount of hours of crumpling audio, Ignatius is back on track with Alexithymia, a seven-track EP (four originals and three remixes by Gasp, Bogmon and Proqxis) featuring smoldering […]

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Ignatius :: Strays (Buried In Time)

A strong collection of lightly dusted stray tracks of heavy bass, beats and astute sound design. Fans waiting for Gescom to get back together for their infrequent ventures in the studio will be comforted by Ignatius‘ knack for creating parallel distortions of submerged exp-electro—a strong collection of lightly dusted stray tracks of heavy bass, beats […]

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Ignatius :: The 2EPs LP (Buried In Time)

It’s almost as if Ignatius has indirectly catapulted himself into his own world surrounded by vintage noise machines while curating an orchestra of muddy electronic fluctuations. [Listen | Purchase] Like a long-lost Funckarma cousin, Ignatius (aka Steve Westbrook) digs through a burrow of high energy rhythms and distorted tweaking to display a subliminal masterpiece on […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2014

Here it is, well over 160 releases have been selected by various igloomag.com contributors highlighting some of the finest in an expansive array of music featuring ambient, dub, bass, glitch, industrial, IDM, electronica, synth, jazz, modern classical, experimental and various other sonic contortions. Links to reviews, a Soundcloud player, and a slideshow randomly displaying some […]

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Cascade Data :: Cascade Data (Buried In Time)

Electro ravaged formations begin to take shape just as quickly as they fall apart. Cascade Data by Cascade Data We’ve written about Cascade Data previously—the dynamic duo of Technicolor Yawn and Ignatius—and just can’t help but mention that their moniker fits the soundscape so well. Shuffling spacious bass drones and subterranean landscapes, Cascade Data is […]

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Cascade Data :: Edit Volley EP (Buried In Time)

A world of microscopic clicks, industrialized whirs and mechanical rhythms are pushed, pulled and propelled by the dynamics of collective ideas. Jason Goodrich (aka Technicolor Yawn) and Steve Westbrook (aka Ignatius) assemble the collective duo of Cascade Data. But what’s really in a name? In the case of this rather new outfit, connected disconnects form the basis […]

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Bogmon remixed :: Echoes in the Void (Buried In Time)

Making a fine soundtrack to 1AM pit-stops at your local coffee bar or chillout lounge, Echoes in the Void bounces off the walls creating a surplus of extraterrestrial electro, downbeat fragments of groove and glitch surrounded by a cosmos of pleasant distortion. [Release page] A Scream in the Void (Buried In Time, 2011) manifested smothered […]

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Top releases of twenty-twelve

Well over 180 releases have been selected by various igloomag.com contributors highlighting some of the finest in an expansive array of electronic music featuring ambient, dub, bass, glitch, industrial, IDM, electro, synth and various other sonic contortions. Links to reviews as well as an iTunes audio player are also included below. ALAN LOCKETT :: Top […]

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Release your ears 4.0

A list of some recent, current and forthcoming titles that are piquing our ears lately—it’s our attempt to point you to some notable releases worth investigating regardless of genre. Our staff at igloomag.com continually sifts through a plethora of music in an effort to—at the very least—direct you to some interesting releases we may or […]

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Release your ears 3.0

A list of some recent, current and forthcoming titles that are piquing our ears lately—it’s our attempt to point you to some notable releases worth investigating regardless of genre. As musicians continue to explore new worlds of digital to analog frequencies, igloomag.com seeks to digest, write and publish what these sounds look like. We’re hoping […]

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Readers poll :: Top 100 releases of 2011

This year igloomag.com invited its readers to cast their nominations and votes for their top releases of 2011 via our Facebook page. With well over 1000 votes over the span of three weeks, here are the results: Readers poll, Top 100 releases :: 01 Plaid :: Scintilli (Warp) 02 Amon Tobin :: ISAM (Ninja Tune) […]

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Exeisms :: Problem Locket (Buried In Time)

A mysterious void of muddy bass that trickles around loosely tied electro signatures. Subdued and often calm from start to end, each piece taps into the electronic noise arena with a presence that is mechanically rich in texture and soul. [Listen | Purchase] The oscillation between experimenting with instruments and software should always be a […]

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“Hello, Goodbye” :: SubtractiveLAD video essay by Director Tanner Volz

“This has taken me four months to write; time to call it done and put it out there. This is a long ramble of an essay about a music video project I helmed late last year, in advance of the release of the latest – and brilliant – album by SubtractiveLAD entitled Kindred.” The video […]

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V/A :: Buried In Time (Buried In Time, CD)

(03.03.07) With the overwhelming abundance of underground IDM released on small labels, it’s nearly impossible to pick something new and worthy of notice, unless driven by the presence of bigger known names, like what happened to me with The Designed Disorder compilations. Another chance is that someone that knows your tastes (i.e. the mighty Editor) […]

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