Post Tagged with: "AES Dana"

V/A :: Greenosophy chapter II collected by Mizoo (Ultimae)

A beautiful, topnotch output from every facet. The music, the mix, the production, the artwork, everything is constructed with love, passion and expertise. Ultimae and Mizoo start 2017 with a rich, pulsating blast of ambient, downtempo electronica and techno-ish deep trance, provided by a superb, international battery of artists—label regulars and newcomers. A work of […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2016

While other sites might fight to get 1000s down to 50 or 20, at Igloo HQ we’ve refused to don the hair shirt of reducing respective contributor lists to a consensual singularity, in favour of doing justice to diversity via lists that range far and wide, and a congruent preference for letting their multiplicity simply […]

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A WINTER TRANSMISSION :: Scann-Tec, Marconi Union, AES Dana feat. Miktek, Hoshin,Tortusa

Soon the autumn ghosts will start creeping in and winter will follow. Time to arm ourselves with some suitable, mysterious caressing sounds. Scann-Tec :: Unyt (Ultimae) The Russian producer Vladislav Isaev (a.k.a. Scann-Tec), returns to the influential French purveyor of ambient, downtempo electronica and progressive trance, but this time with a full-length album. Any Ultimae […]

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LARS LEONHARD :: Panoramic Frequencies Vol. 1 (Ultimae Special Mix Series)

Lars Leonhard takes us on a slow-pulsing journey through sonic districts filled with dub techno seduction, micro electronica movements and ghostly ambient whispers. Igloo Magazine is happy to present the first installment of a special mix series dedicated to Ultimae artists. The first mix comes courtesy of skillful sound sculptor Lars Leonhard. A regular both […]

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AES Dana feat. Miktek :: Cut. EP (Ultimae)

With the most irresistible IDM-infused dark electronica I have heard in a while, AES Dana and Miktek take us on a highly atmospheric nocturnal ride through futuristic, harsh industrial landscapes. Ultimae artists had joined forces before. In 2004 the first H.U.V.A. Network (AES Dana and Solar Fields) album, Distances, was released. Many consider it a […]

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V/A :: Oxycanta III (Ultimae)

Winter is ahead, and the twelve tracks on Oxycanta III will go well with the cold gray days. The most narrative-driven and crystallized chapter of the three. An opiate and a stimulator at the same time. I’m not the biggest fan of various artists compilations, but I do enjoy a well-concocted one occasionally, and the […]

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MIKTEK :: Sounds and images

Mihalis Aikaterinis (aka Miktek) talks about Elsewhere, his first full length album on Lyon-based boutique record label, Ultimae. Read further to find out what Mihalis is listening to these days and check out the lovely album video teaser created by Magnus Birgersson if you haven’t yet. Igloo :: Hey there Mihalis. Please tell us a […]

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AES Dana :: Pollen (Ultimae)

Darkly seductive yet luminous and uplifting, Pollen will definitely work on the more intelligent and eccentric dance floors out there, but will be even more effective and rewarding if listened to attentively at home, alone, at night. This is high-tech, original and moving electronic music that possesses an attractive, intricate futuristic nature. [Release page] French composer Vincent […]

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