Post Tagged with: "Steve Roach"

Elsewhereness revisited #7 stuff made of dreams which are

Elsewhereness revisited is an occasional feature documenting the drift at the margins: ambient gasbagging, tube-d, cloud-ed, and camp-ed up, complete with companion mix, Elsewhereness revisited #7.    Ambient/folk-gaze maven, Benoît Pioulard, has Lignin Poise, on Beacon Sound. Forget his pop/folk-y fluff, this is the stuff made of dreams which are!—another of those hazy slow falls inwards with airy guitar and a […]

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ProtoU :: Warm Winter Mix

ProtoU’s Warm Winter Mix for Igloo Magazine is “created exclusively for wintry chill days. Whether you’ve just started your day or got home from a snowy mesa outside—this balmy associate is here to hug you.” Visit ProtoU on Cryo Chamber. Tracklist :: 00:00 Steve Roach & Dirk Serries :: “Bow” 08:30 Lexithimie :: “A Silent […]

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Elsewhereness revisited #1 Ramblings of a AMB-man

Elsewhereness Revisited is a new feature documenting the drift at the margins: ambientological meanderings, random bc-combing, cloud-watching, tube-findings, and a companion mix. Vol. #1: Ramblings of a AMB-man. First, Own Records, once a haunt for lovers of SotL, Basinski, Celer, et al., which after something of a snooze wakes with er… wake from hitherto unknown, kj. NY-based […]

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Sam Rosenthal :: The Passage (Projekt)

Audio waves swell and ripple out, no tonal transformations, more minute calibrations; Koan-esque, layers are set in motion and simply left to go with their own flow. The recording history of Sam Rosenthal is long and shifting, though mostly a story of dabblings in ‘Dark’, whether ‘wave,’ ‘cabaret’ or ‘ambient’ variations. Founder of Projekt Records […]

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Steve Roach :: Back to Life (Projekt)

The album alternates subtly moving soundscapes made of nebulous waves in the pure classical tradition of the cosmic new agey drone movement with sonically dark and intense experiments. Emblematic musical figure, true master and pioneer of the sacred space music genre, Steve Roach is back with a mesmerizing collection of long-form synthesized soundscapes. The content […]

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Steve Roach :: Quiet Music: The Original 3-Hour Collection (Projekt)

If you gaze deeply into this music, you really won’t find much to do that. Despite the earnest effort, and although pretty, it is hardly eye-opening or transcendent. It is nice, undemanding atmospheric music to play while you have something else to concentrate on. Initially undertaken as a commission from a healing arts program, Steve […]

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