Post Tagged with: "Photophob"

Mono Peninsula :: Tired Dub (ROHS!)

Mono Peninsula is strictly dub with a hint of IDM whereas Photophob lives firmly in the latter realm with aspects of dub applied to the production. It’s great to see an artist branch out and explore like Mono Peninsula does. I’m not alone in looking forward to more from this moniker and musician. Mono Peninsula—alias […]

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Photophob :: And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember (M-Tronic)

And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember is a perfect midnight ride album that—to my ears—is best suited for those nocturnal roamings across landscapes of your choosing be they via car, train, plain, foot or a mouse and a keyboard. A foray into minimal dub and deep ambient territories. Photophob’s And All The Dreams You […]

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Photophob :: Large Headroom Collider (Self-Released)

Slower atmospheric pieces sit alongside frantic breakcore with proper science applied to the drum programming. A slightly schizophrenic album from Photophob here. Slower atmospheric pieces sit alongside frantic breakcore with proper science applied to the drum programming. Personally I think the former is where Photophob’s strength is, the large atmospheric soundtrack style, while good seems […]

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Five questions for Laridae

Laridae—your netlabel for encoded highs and lows responds to igloomag.com’s Five questions. Learn more about how this Austrian label has planted the netlabel seeds and grown to encapsulate a wide variety of releases from around the globe. Igloo Magazine :: When did Laridae start up and what was your inspiration? Laridae :: We—that is Firnwald, Photophob and […]

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Photophob :: Wasteland Vibes (Laridae)

Photophob has got a very deep, dark and densely textured sound going on with hints of apocalyptic dubstep, shoegaze and industrial influences. Thick rasping basses sear through oppressive textures like missiles across the sky of a city razed to the ground. Photophob has got a very German sound going on. He’s Austrian, but I don’t really […]

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Release your ears 3.0

A list of some recent, current and forthcoming titles that are piquing our ears lately—it’s our attempt to point you to some notable releases worth investigating regardless of genre. As musicians continue to explore new worlds of digital to analog frequencies, igloomag.com seeks to digest, write and publish what these sounds look like. We’re hoping […]

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