Post Tagged with: "Ocoeur"

Ben Milstein :: Frontire Mix

From the Pacific Northwest comes Ben Milstein with an exclusive Igloo Magazine mix that runs through a sonic maze filled with low-profile electro, glitch, ambient, brokenbeat, and downtempo excursions. Tracklist :: Ben Milstein :: Gau71** (Unreleased) Logreybeam :: Dokama (Saag, 2003) Timeblind :: Strategy Decay (Soot, 2006) Gasp :: Porter Goss (Buried In Time, 2010) […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2016

While other sites might fight to get 1000s down to 50 or 20, at Igloo HQ we’ve refused to don the hair shirt of reducing respective contributor lists to a consensual singularity, in favour of doing justice to diversity via lists that range far and wide, and a congruent preference for letting their multiplicity simply […]

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Ocoeur :: Reversed (n5MD)

Ocoeur turns back time, piano tastefully graced with soft field samples, a flute, a violin, daubing a vivid, moderately Celtic landscape where sheep may safely graze. The not-so chance meeting of a summer’s day in Provence and a sensitive soul with two hands at the keyboard and a third occasionally manipulating a bank of buttons and dials. As Ocoeur, sound designer Franck Zaragoza […]

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port-royal :: Where Are You Now (n5MD)

Where Are You Know is an audacious and masterful return for port-royal, who have demonstrated their ability to expertly utilize and combine a variety of influences while never losing their voice in the mix. Where Are You Now is the latest, much anticipated, release by Genoa-based electronica and post-rock band, port-royal. It’s been a tense […]

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(ghost) :: Elas EP (n5MD)

Through a combination of new tracks and remixes, (ghost) cements his expertise in melodic and often daring, dramatic, and experimental harmonic techno while opening that sound up to interpretations by a number of artists with both similar and distinct voices and techniques. Elas is the maxi-EP companion release to (ghost)’s 2014 A Vast and Decaying […]

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V/A :: Emerging Organisms Vol. 5 (Tympanik Audio)

The selection here follows previous editions’ time-tested mixture of big names and newcomers, blending originals with remixes and collaborations to take the listener on a diverse journey through the state of the world in edgy IDM. Seems like just yesterday I was reviewing a giant Tympanik Audio compilation, but in fact it was 2012 and […]

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Ocoeur :: A Parallel Life (n5MD)

Ocoeur trails a path more invested in glitch-dynamics and tangled ambient sheets on A Parallel Life. Franck Zaragoza (aka Ocoeur) revealed Light as a feather in 2013 and it “presenting a very well produced collage that is highly animated and fluid, and is as colorful as the label’s catalog itself” as Nocturnal Ghost described in […]

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Ocoeur :: Light as a feather (n5MD)

It’s not easy for an album to stand out and shine within such a colorful catalog as n5MD’s, but Light as a feather stands out and shines gracefully, presenting a very well produced, highly animated and fluid collage colorful just as the label’s catalog. Light as a feather is a spellbound sonic creature with ten […]

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Esoteric Sob :: Nostalgia (33)

As Nostalgia begins to take flight, the artist does just that—taking various ambient streams of delicate melodies, soft chords and swirling atmospherics to transport the listener to a subdued and uplifting place. [Release page] It would seem that by the artwork and title of Esoteric Sob‘s new collection of sonic bubbles that he would delve into the […]

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V/A :: Emerging Organisms 4 (Tympanik Audio)

Emerging Organisms Vol 4 breaks the boundaries of previous entries in the series, reflecting both the increased diversity of the label’s output and the compounding production polish and compositional complexity that the contributing artists gain with each new release. [Release page] Another year, another array of emerging organisms appear on Tympanik Audio‘s annual compilation series. […]

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