Post Tagged with: "Lantern"

Lantern :: Summer Knight (Occult Research)

Eight songs spread out in a tangled downbeat, acidic maelstrom of glitch, breaks, hip-hop, and leftfield bass contortions, Lantern also develops a jazzier side along the way. Eight songs spread out in a tangled downbeat, acidic maelstrom of glitch, breaks, hip-hop, and leftfield bass contortions, Lantern also develops a jazzier side along the way. Brightly […]

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Kita Kouhei :: Akashic Records (Lantern / Nature Bliss)

Minuscule electronic portraits with intense foreign spices. Clicks and cuts, chopped piano extracts, broken melodies and digital symphonies spread across tranquil ambient streams are ever-present on Akashic Records. Bass thumps are massaged across Japanese vocal clips on a few tracks as emotive passages are balanced by glitch-lullaby meanderings. A sojourn of harmonic detail, disjointed keys […]

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Advanced Dreams :: Islands of Memory (Lantern)

Crystal clear, it’s a smooth, long ride in a luxury automobile, a big, thickly-upholstered Lincoln, cruising deserted downtown skyscraper canyons at night. Islands of Memory by Advanced Dreams The little Japanese label Lantern has a fondness for soft but suggestive Russian dub techno (hitherto in the form of Martin Schulte aka Marat Shibaev). Islands of […]

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Martin Schulte :: Slow Beauty (Lantern)

A closing serving suggestion might be that Slow Beauty is best consumed less in full-on focused home listening mode than in expansive semi-distracted mix dosage. Dub Techno. It never dies, but its still-smouldering embers keep being re-stoked into new dub-smoke and tech-flames. The vectors from Kingston to Detroit moved EU-wards—to Berlin, and Bristol, and now, more and […]

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