Post Tagged with: "Solar Fields"

DAVID ELSEWHERE :: Amalgamix 2015

“I try to take opposing sounds such as a very beautiful piece and mix it on top of gritty heavy beats. Often times I will combine multiple melodies and beats attempting to create something that sounds novel.” David Elsewhere offers Amalgamix 2015; 109 minutes of sculpted electronic music from Planet Earth. “In this Amalgamix 2015 […]

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I AWAKE :: Kaleidoscopic (Igloo Mix)

I Awake has masterfully concocted an eclectic potion of unique tracks from all kinds of corners of the far-flung musical spectrum. The latest chapter in our exclusive mix series comes courtesy of Swedish eccentric sound architect, journey constructor, dream weaver and Ultimae artist: Thomas Huttenlocher, aka I Awake. Thomas has masterfully concocted an eclectic potion of […]

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Solar Fields :: Origin # 02 (Ultimae)

Solar Fields pushes the frontiers of his own self-created sonic universe one step further with another high quality album full of effective build ups with finely timed emotional outbursts and heavenly deep-dive ambience. In a recent interview Magnus Birgersson aka Solar Fields said to me: “I don’t like to categorize my music in terms of […]

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SOLAR FIELDS :: Interview + exclusive album taste from Origin # 02 (Ultimae)

One of Ultimae Records‘ most admired artists, a high-tech sound designer and multi-instrumentalist, and a true master of ambient, downtempo electronica and progressive trance; Magnus Birgersson aka Solar Fields is back with his twelfth album: Origin # 02—a diverse yet coherent retrospective journey through previously unreleased tracks composed between 2003 and 2009. All the tracks […]

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AES Dana :: Pollen (Ultimae)

Darkly seductive yet luminous and uplifting, Pollen will definitely work on the more intelligent and eccentric dance floors out there, but will be even more effective and rewarding if listened to attentively at home, alone, at night. This is high-tech, original and moving electronic music that possesses an attractive, intricate futuristic nature. [Release page] French composer Vincent […]

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To Destroy A City :: Rebuild (n5MD)

 As a collection of remixes, Rebuild pours its tranquilized melodies and effervescent moods gracefully as each musician re-configures the already subdued pulse of the originals. [Release page] Seven tracks spread across approximately forty-minutes and Rebuild presents a restructuring of the Chicago-based trio’s self-titled album.  Rather than dissecting the originals, n5MD have seamlessly woven these renderings into a cosmos of swirling post-classical, ambient, shoegaze, […]

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