Post Tagged with: "Good Weather for an Airstrike"

Good Weather For An Airstrike :: Little Steps (Sun Sea Sky)—Vinyl giveaway test-pressing!

Good Weather For An Airstrike is a solo project, originally setup to make relaxing music and induce sleep, to battle creator Tom Honey’s tinnitus. It’s no surprise that Little Steps is as gentle and pleasant as it is—dreamy, easygoing and never hurried. Good Weather For An Airstrike is a solo project, originally setup to make […]

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Elsewhereness Revisited #5 selected ambient twerks

Elsewhereness revisited is an occasional feature documenting the drift at the margins: ambient gasbagging, ’tube-d, ’cloud-ed, and ’camp-ed up, complete with companion mix, Elsewhereness revisited #5. Now near-veterans with a back catalog on Infraction, Own, Barge and Students of Decay after s/t EP (Highpoint Lowlife, 2007), Pausal stop off at Dronarivm. A Touched Music request to perform in Pembrokeshire prompted the New Forest’s […]

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DAYALU / FOR NEPAL :: Hibernate

News of an admirable initiative from Hibernate Records, which is compiling an album to raise donations to help towards the earthquake disaster in Nepal. All donations will be given to the British Red Cross. Contributions have been enlisted so far from: Isan, Machinefabriek, Isnaj Dui, The Declining Winter, Memory Drawings, Antonymes, Clem Leek, Paper Relics, Spheruleus, […]

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V/A :: .​.​. and darkness came (Headphone Commute)

… and darkness came is a colossal yet stunning collection of cinematic and emotive music—showcasing artists new and established at a very reasonable price and all for a good cause too. For any fan of ambient experiments… [Release page] The 2012 theme of epic blog curated compilations continues with this stunner from Headphone Commute. It’s […]

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V/A :: Sequence1 (Futuresequence.com)

Futuresequence.com launches their 1-year celebration of reviews, interviews and specialty mixes with a forty-two track behemoth of a compilation. [Release page] Futuresequence.com launches their 1-year celebration of reviews, interviews and specialty mixes with a forty-two track behemoth of a compilation. Not only intended as an anniversary release, Futuresequence also commemorates the electronic and experimental scene, […]

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