Post Tagged with: "LoFeye"

Quixosis :: De Fiúcher (Self-Released)

Flowing through brush-stroked ambient realms, industrial landscapes of dub and debris, shattered glass and an abstract drone, here we have Quixosis delivering primal contours from a far away place. Quixosis is a new(er) sound-art project from Ecuadorian Daniel Lofredo-Rota and a fully-fledged analog ensemble finds De Fiúcher revealing a dozen snapshots choke full of tranquilized audibles. Some may recall […]

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AFTR :: Exothing EP (Cunei Media)

Exothing is a welcomed introduction to decayed electrical detail emitting a fuzzy, noisy and percussive dub pulse that simply pulls you into its luminous gravity. An artist must challenge themselves in order to find that delicate balance where sound can flow in just about any direction and still present itself in the most unique way. […]

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Untide :: Untide (Somehow)

Untide unfolds with an air of ambivalent exotica, conjuring a carefree Shangri-La where shady figures lurk in some of its downtown backstreets. Billowing into view, Untide is a new solo project by Daniel Lofreda Rota, a Californian via Quito, schooled violist, photographer and videographer who has previously released as LoFeye and has a new record […]

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LoFeye :: The Road Is A River (Twocircles)

The combination of field recordings, Latin folk, eerie melodic motifs and gloriously melancholy and slightly sinister atmospheres makes this one of the most interesting and original things I’ve heard in a while. [Release page] The premise of this LP is something which sounds interesting. Despite talking about the LP in terms of a journey and […]

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Cavalcade :: The Variable EP (Electric Meter Room)

Crossing experimental dub with a mixture of pop-sensibilities and electronic propulsion, this debut release is a step into past and future worlds. In the 90’s the extended player and/or single format used to point to the possibility of a full-length follow-up. These recordings triggered the finer (more accessible) tracks culled from an albums worth of […]

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