Post Tagged with: "City Centre Offices"

Christian Kleine Compilation :: Stream an exclusive track from the forthcoming (ASIP)

A Strangely Isolated Place have ventured further out of their ambient hunting grounds than ever before with the forthcoming Electronic Music From The Lost World (1998–2001), a collection of previously unreleased Kleine tracks rescued from old DATs and pressed onto sumptuous, transparent green double-vinyl. Igloo is proud to present an exclusive stream of “Somehow” from […]

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Logreybeam :: False Start EP (False Industries)

False Start is an engaging slow-motion electronic stream that would compliment a weekend road trip up California’s coastline or a trip to your nearest listening room. Harking back to classic-era intelligently crafted electronics, False Start unleashes memories of yesteryear—Arovane, Deru, Loess, Lexaunculpt and even Autechrean landscapes are brushed upon to an extent. Absorbing abstract downtempo […]

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Arovane :: Ve Palor (n5MD)

There’s no straying into strange new territories—what we have here is simply classic Arovane. n5MD is really flying the flag for all things electronica and follows a slew of excellent releases across 2013 by hoisting that flag higher with the words ‘New Arovane Album‘ emblazoned upon it. For any electronica fan worth their salt, this […]

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Top releases of twenty-ten

With this article, 151 releases and 25 honorable mentions are highlighted as being titles that garnered the extra spins in 2010. These musicians (and associated labels) offered an abundance of quality productions coming from all corners of the globe with an emphasis on releasing music that doesn’t always follow a defined path. [January 2011] Twenty-ten […]

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Yasume :: Where We’re From The Birds Sing A Pretty Song (City Centre Offices, LP/CD)

The release I’ve been most keenly anticipating all year has finally arrived in the form of City Centre Offices new release Where We’re From The Birds Sing A Pretty Song by Yasume. Yasume is the collaborative work of the UK’s John Twells (otherwise known as Xela, whose sublime album For Frosty Mornings and Summer Nights […]

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