Post Tagged with: "Mark Harris"

A WINTER TRANSMISSION :: Siavash Amini, Mark Harris, Martin Nonstatic, Flowers for Bodysnatchers

Futuresequence, n5MD, Ultimae and Cryo Chamber charge the winter arena, each with its own pearl of absorbing sonic designs. Siavash Amini :: Subsiding (Futuresequence) With Subsiding, Siavash Amini further establishes himself as a refreshingly unique creative force. Throughout five compositions, the Iran-based expressionist texture maker and dream weaver confidently maneuvers with cinematic grace. He ebbs […]

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Mark Harris :: The Angry Child (n5MD)

The musical language is articulated between formal electroacoustic experiments and directional tonal clusters. Sound designer and live electronic musician from Birmingham, Mark Harris is back with a new effort titled The Angry Child, this four years after the highly memorable and challenging ambient isolationist The boy observes the ocean (Hibernate). Before the release of The Angry Child Mark […]

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Five questions for Enpeg

“The music label has become synonymous with technology, every year the old model becomes extinct, so continual reinvention of ourselves, as humble as our methods may be, is a necessity for our survival. To understand this lessens the possibility of failure.” Dustin Craig (of Enpeg) gives igloomag.com readers the ins & outs of running an […]

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Mark Harris :: Points of Departure: Works 2004 – 2009 (Enpeg)

Points Of Departure shifts gracefully and begins to envelop itself in a mass of low-pressure gliding through acres of open terrain. Mark Harris‘ thirty-nine minute selection of phases gathers subterranean debris, fragile ambiences and breezy cyclones on Points Of Departure: Works 2004-2009. These phases — as described via press excerpt — “of unequal length are […]

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V/A :: Sequence1 (Futuresequence.com)

Futuresequence.com launches their 1-year celebration of reviews, interviews and specialty mixes with a forty-two track behemoth of a compilation. [Release page] Futuresequence.com launches their 1-year celebration of reviews, interviews and specialty mixes with a forty-two track behemoth of a compilation. Not only intended as an anniversary release, Futuresequence also commemorates the electronic and experimental scene, […]

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