Post Tagged with: "Lagunamuch"

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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Noisyfilter :: Radiance (Lagunamuch)

The soundscaping ambiences are simultaneously luminous, static and magnetic, substantially developed as fluxuous waves, meditatively cyclical and admitting micro variations as well as processed electronic moves. [Release page] Written by Roman Kolesnikov (aka Noisyfilter) Radiance delivers a splendid mantra-like evanescent ambient initiatory journey. The musical content is largely made of buzzing droning sequences, sampled textures […]

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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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ALAN LOCKETT :: Slings the Wooze Mix

20 exponents of blurred and blissed ambience, washed out synthwave and reverb-drenched electronica selected and strategically slung into a document of daze, a hymn to haze. Slinging the Wooze is Igloo Contributing Editor, Alan Lockett, aka albient for mix-meddle and audio-fiddle. The theme, vaguely programmatically, is of blinking re-emergence from Winter’s stunned chill, bleary peering […]

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Riverz End :: Transfer (Lagunamuch)

Time doesn’t seem to have hindered Riverz End’s progress, however, as Transfer is a tranquilized blend of sonic experiments, broken synthesizers, detailed ambience and scattered blips and bleeps.. Time, space, distance and gravitational pulling has Riverz End (Roman Kolesnikov) displaying a new venture into atmospheric electronics via Russia’s Lagunamuch—five years after the release of his […]

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Banned Book :: Holographic Relationchip (Lagunamuch)

A well-conceived volume of audio delight, Banned Book ceases the moment in this brisk 30-minute jaunt through time. Ripping through a boundless foray of upbeat versus downbeat electronics, Holographic Relationchip reconfigures past and present to deliver a new progression of future sound-escapes. [Release page] Moscow, Russia’s Lagunamuch have kept a low profile over the years; […]

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Riverz End :: Possible (Lagunamuch/Peace Tech., MP3)

(05.11.07) Lagunamuch are fast becoming a high quality stable for Russian electronica, this free release is no exception. Yes, Possible is a FREE mp3 download and I suggest you stop reading this right now and download it and start listening… I’m serious… Stop reading and get it here. Downloaded it yet? No? Well do it! […]

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Unit 21 :: November (Lagunamuch Community, CD)

(04.05.07) I keep falling asleep while listening to this album. While this may sound like a terrible thing to say and maybe even one of the worst opening sentences you could imagine reading for a review, the truth is that it’s a very good thing. Mainly because the music is the most soporific I’ve ever […]

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