Post Tagged with: "I/Dex"

V/A :: Colonization: Empty Channels of Mars (Lagunamuch)

Colonization: Empty Channels of Mars is a beautifully diversified and cinematic sci-fi sounding album which admits intense synth psychscapes and haunting pulsating looped studies. Colonization: Empty Channels of Mars is a new digital album signed by the very interesting and promising Russian micro-label Lagunamuch Records. This album is part of a trilogy—including Main Control Board […]

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I/DEX :: Arc (Foundamental)

Though Arc may be worth your time and effort due to its epic close, I/DEX is able to transmit uniquely crafted experiments through a beautiful trajectory—akin to the early sounds of Oval, albeit in a more coherent structure—that allows each piece to transcend time and space. [Release page] I/DEX (aka Vitaly Harmash) creates a literal arc […]

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Release your ears 4.0

A list of some recent, current and forthcoming titles that are piquing our ears lately—it’s our attempt to point you to some notable releases worth investigating regardless of genre. Our staff at igloomag.com continually sifts through a plethora of music in an effort to—at the very least—direct you to some interesting releases we may or […]

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Five questions for Lagunamuch

Described as “…an experimental music label, based in Moscow, Russia and was formed in 2004. We are not interested in boxed music made to fit into IDM, post-rock, techno, ambient frames. Our interest is music with a deep trip outside the reality.” Willy Winky responds to our Five questions profile to give a glimpse into […]

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