Post Tagged with: "Coppice Halifax"

V/A :: Hallucino Attics (Dissolved Re​-​Constructed 2001​-​2006) (Section 27)

Hallucino Attics displays a virtual cornucopia of audio delights in the form of 25-tracks that bend, twist, and contort freely. Perhaps the widest genre-bending lens in the experimental electronic arena, its aural construct and splendid reprieve from the norm makes for the quintessential musical reference point. Yet another massive undertaking, and one that came together by […]

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ALAN LOCKETT :: Slings the Wooze Renewed mix

2016! Reeling from The Shock of the New, Igloo’s Wooze-slinger Alan Lockett (aka Mist-maxer albient) is moved to review and renew (or take refuge, depending on the view…) Revisiting the sound+vision of Slings the Wooze and Slings the Wooze Anew, with a score or more clips of stunned ambience, hypnagogue drone and aether tone, in […]

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SHIMMERING MOODS :: Multi-View

Attempting catch-up on unretentive Dutch ambient-electronica label, Shimmering Moods, we content ourselves with fleeting flick-throughs—passing post-its popped on a shamelessly billowing summer-winter catalog. First up, Dimitar Dodovski, sometime co-tender of Moss Garden (here and here), who bestrides pure ambient and cerebral electronica, rhythmic electronic music and soundscape In Every Direction with a meld of mallet and pad, counter-melodic and poly-rhythmic, skitter and pulse, spectral […]

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V/A :: Touched Two, The Remixes (Touched Music)

Plenty to keep your ears occupied whilst you bask in the glow of having done a good deed! As if raising close to £30,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support wasn’t enough, Martin Boulton brings further dedication to an excellent cause with another huge compilation bursting with names new and old from across the electronic scene. As […]

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Coppice Halifax :: Static Pharming (Milieu Music)

The second, third and fourth scrips in Coppice Halifax’ monthly, three-inch CDR series—Static Pharming—are here. The second, third and fourth scrips in Coppice Halifax’ monthly, three-inch CDR series—Static Pharming—are here, with the fifth and sixth already streaming online. With a delicate brush beat, “Codeine” methylates throbbing air into a morphine rush. “Tigress” paws at raindrops […]

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Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens :: The Holy Dogs of Other Days (Plastic Sound Supply)

Perhaps best suited for long road-trips along the coastline, fuzzy basslines, scorched guitars and sizzling melodic bursts appear from every angle and an acoustic funk emanates from the edges. Secret Frequency Crew, Boards Of Canada, Four Tet and even Genaro come to mind when tuning into Jeffrey Wentworh Stevens’ latest for Colorado’s Plastic Sound Supply. Tranquilized analogous […]

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Ametsub :: All Is Silence (Nothings66)

On All is Silence, Ametsub cleverly mixes research and development in what he calls New Field music—post-glitch, post-dub, post-ambient, past caring about genre and style, which at the same time provides a kind of exploded view of all their histories. No, it isn’t, not at all. It is a clarion of electronica, brazen with ideas. And they’re all interesting ones. […]

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Coppice Halifax :: Static Pharming (Milieu Music)

As its lilt, looped from an earlier Milieu album, eddies in the shallows, it gently stirs up the pebbles and grit below. Brian Grainger is the most prolific ambient and dub techno artist in Columbia, South Carolina today. His work is accomplished and accessible and he’s an idea man. He runs his own label and […]

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Asymmetrical Head :: The Treehouse Remixes (Architects + Heroes)

Brittle in texture, form and function yet ever expanding in its panoramic view of electronic music, The Treehouse Remixes emits a complimenting reflection of Asymmetrical Head’s originals without losing sight of the exploratory nature of each contributor. [Release page] The Treehouse Remixes—if looked upon as its own unique experimental record might come across as disjointed and […]

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Coppice Halifax :: Multi-review (Milieu Music)

In contrast to a number of other artists who release untold amounts of studio material, Coppice Halifax displays a real duty of care to his genre. At the same time, it seems to flow so effortlessly. Like Monet’s paintings of Rouen Cathedral, investigating the variations of light and colour on its façade in different seasons, […]

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ALAN LOCKETT :: Slings the Wooze Mix

20 exponents of blurred and blissed ambience, washed out synthwave and reverb-drenched electronica selected and strategically slung into a document of daze, a hymn to haze. Slinging the Wooze is Igloo Contributing Editor, Alan Lockett, aka albient for mix-meddle and audio-fiddle. The theme, vaguely programmatically, is of blinking re-emergence from Winter’s stunned chill, bleary peering […]

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Johnny Jitters :: Closure EP (Aud-Art)

Johnny Jitters and fellow cohorts take Closure into skewed directions—offering downtempo frequencies bridged across atmospheric rapids that are warm, sincere and heartfelt. Glitch has taken on its own lifeform—displaying slivers of exp-electronics, classical, bass, ambience and digital-to-analog manipulation just as time and creativity shifts the genre into new and interesting paths. Johnny Jitters and fellow […]

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