Post Tagged with: "Darkwave"

Vlimmer :: IIIIIIII​/​IIIIIIIII (8 & 9) (Blackjack Illuminist)

As in the previous opus this album is a fine mix of influences coming from cold / dark wave, IDM movements, as well as minimal synth, post-punk and sci-fi soundtracks to produce a personal musical syncretism. Vlimmer (aka Alexander Leonard Donat) is one crazily productive, imaginative synth wizard hailing from Berlin. Igloo readers are already […]

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Vlimmer :: Randow (Original Soundtrack) (Blackjack Illuminist)

An imaginary soundtrack for thriller-mystery films. Vlimmer is one of the numerous projects headed by Alexander Leonard Donat. Most of his musical production is issued on his own DIY micro label Blackjack Illuminist. Editions are crafts based, generally published as extremely limited copies in Cdr or tape format, assorted by a digital version. I discovered […]

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Tropic of Cancer :: Restless Idylls (Blackest Ever Black)

Slow burning from the start, her singing is sewn into the drone, deep beneath the echo at times. With a string of gigs, singles and EPs to its credit, first as a duo, LA’s Tropic of Cancer strikes out big time as Camello Lobo’s debut full-length solo album, Restless Idylls. UK techno artist Regis (aka Karl O’Connor), on […]

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Forrest Fang :: Animism (Projekt)

In his seamless marriage of acoustic and electronic, Fang speaks a whole other language of ambient, fluently through golden syrup. Forrest Fang returns to the magic realist blend of electronics and non-Western instruments that made mid-nineties releases such as The Blind Messenger and Folklore rich, abiding classics. Often tuning up Chinese heritage instruments, here he […]

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