Post Tagged with: "Goth"

Leila Abdul-Rauf :: Insomnia (Malignant)

A tremendous collection of sonorous dreamscapes populated by delicately transporting visions, moods and feelings. After three sumptuously soothing and cinematic ambient-goth releases, including one opus in collaboration with Tor Lundvall, Leila Abdul-Rauf is back with a new release published by the essential Malignant imprint. The musical style offered on Insomnia is relatively similar to the […]

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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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Bangeliz :: Mixtape (Mik Musik)

Mixtape adds up to two, twenty-minute merries-go-round (…) and though you’ll step off woozy, it’s melodic, it’s accessible, it spins at an angle but steady. Mik Musik is not a label, it’s an art house in which music plays a major role, alongside design, web interactivities, humour, stone-throwing and flower-picking. Although an absolute treasure trove […]

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Nommo Ogo :: Endless Dream (Record Label Records)

A surge of undercurrents in the form of pseudo-industrial transformations keeps Nommo Ogo ahead of the pack as these subliminal displays of percussive prowess and tumultuous electronic patterns further embed their definitive sound sculptures. [Release page] Nommo Ogo has had a relatively extensive history of productions going back to 1996 and releasing content since 2000. […]

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