Post Tagged with: "Psybient"

Carbon Based Lifeforms :: Derelicts (Blood Music / Leftfield)

The beloved duo returns with its highly anticipated fifth album, Derelicts. Watch the video for the album’s opener, “Accede” Press release from Blood Music: Legendary ambient unit Carbon Based Lifeforms returns after a six year hiatus with their most haunting work to date. The Swedish duo’s fifth album Derelicts escorts the group’s massive analog ambiance […]

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V/A :: Greenosophy chapter II collected by Mizoo (Ultimae)

A beautiful, topnotch output from every facet. The music, the mix, the production, the artwork, everything is constructed with love, passion and expertise. Ultimae and Mizoo start 2017 with a rich, pulsating blast of ambient, downtempo electronica and techno-ish deep trance, provided by a superb, international battery of artists—label regulars and newcomers. A work of […]

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GLOBAL NOISE :: Astral Travel Agency, EarthCry, Fourth Dimension

Old school trance vibrations from Hungary, mind-bending electronica from the U.S. and retro space music from Serbia. Astral Travel Agency :: Digital Spirits (Self-Released) Hungary-based producer Tamás Olejnik creates music under many monikers. Under Astral Travel Agency he conjures the ancient spirits of Goa trance and the deep vibes of the psychedelic chillout of the […]

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Invisible Allies :: Conversations with Bees (Aleph Zero)

An engaging and quite addictive sensory experience that improves with repeat listens. The first few months of 2014 have been fruitful for dream weavers Jamie Watts and Evan Bartholomew. In February, Watts released the cunningly seductive Seven Succulents under his KiloWatts alias, while Bartholomew released his Spacehop Chronicles Vol. 1 under his Bluetech alias. In […]

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Krusseldorf :: Fractal World (Self-Released)

Krusseldorf ignites the imagination with exceptional, highly detailed and dynamic sonic designs that carry an emotional weight and atmospheric depth rarely found in the sectors of downtempo electronica these days. Simon Heath returns with his fourth solo album as Krusseldorf and once again provides an intoxicating brew. Krusseldorf is always in a state of progression, […]

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