Post Tagged with: "Dream-Pop"

Midday Static & Faex Optim :: Double review (Self-Released/Carpe Sonum)

Combining the latest albums by Midday Static (Verichrome, Self-Released) and Faex Optim (Look Around You, Carpe Sonum) creates an utterly sublime and nostalgic reality. Verichrome Midday Static (aka Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Dylan Boyd) continues in his signature rich color shaping with Verichrome—a follow-up to Ektachrome (Self-Released, February 2017). It’s hard to believe that only four months have […]

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Denovali Label Night NYC 2017

The prolific experimental German label will host a free entry event featuring Oneirogen, Never Sol, Saffronkeira and Ricardo Donoso on Saturday June 17 in Knockdown Center NYC. Doors open at 8pm. Oneirogen Never Sol Saffronkeira Ricardo Donoso Event page | Ticket reservation | Event page on Facebook | Denovali | Knockdown Center

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Slow Dancing Society :: The Dusk Recital EP (Hidden Shoal)

The Dusk Recital features SDS’ signature sound and style enhanced and more colorful than ever. Surely I’m not the only one who’s been wondering how a beat-oriented effort of Drew Sullivan’s Slow Dancing Society project would sound like. Well, finally, here is the answer. If you thought Sullivan would just throw some lovely beats into […]

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Heterotic :: Weird Drift (Planet Mu)

Breathy falsetto vocals and new-found, hazy dream pop settings. For those of you still unaware, Heterotic is Planet Mu label-owner Mike Paradinas (µ-ziq/Jake Slazenger/Kid Spatula) and his wife Lara Rix-Martin, a collaborative project that pairs Paradinas’ famous µ-ziq stylings with a pop sensibility and prominent guest vocals. You’d be forgiven for thinking that sounds like […]

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Birds of Passage :: This Kindly Slumber (Denovali)

In the depths of the cold gray winter, This Kindly Slumber is an embracing warm port to dock your heart in for a while. Alicia Merz (aka Birds of Passage) comes from the island country which some of its stunning locations and lands starred as Tolkien’s legendary Middle-earth. I don’t know how much New Zealand’s […]

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Saltland :: I Thought It Was Us But It Was All Of Us (Constellation)

A true gem that shines gracefully with a cinematic sense and provides an absorbing forty-minute long listening experience. Nowadays it’s always nice to bump into an album that is mainly organic. I Thought It Was Us But It Was All Of Us contains tasteful electronic treatments, but they are there in small doses only to […]

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Elias Krantz :: Night Ice (Country & Eastern)

If you are always in search of exotic sonic bliss, then put this album in your high priority shopping list. Night Ice will be a lovely addition to any eclectic collection of music. Strange beautiful streams of passion. [Release page] Floating in the mysterious fringes of the musical spectrum, Elias Krantz is a musician, multi-instrumentalist […]

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