Post Tagged with: "Time Released Sound"

Maurizio Abate & Matteo Uggeri :: Beyond Time (Time Released Sound)

A recommended effort which successes to launch a bridge between folk-ish experimentation, electro-acoustic paradigms and minimal ambient soundscapes. Well known for his chamber post-rock orchestra Sparkle in Grey as well as his numerous friendship collaborations (with Deison, Andrea Ferraris, Francesco Giannico…) The Milan based sound artist Matteo Uggeri is back with one nicely made and […]

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Porya Hatami :: Phone To Logos (Audiobulb)

Overall, Phone to Logos details a process by which Hatami’s early and more linear ambience has given way to more disruptive and complex sound signatures, distortion, and rhythms—these do not detract from his clearly brilliant field-recording, but rather work to better depict the complex textures and behaviors of organic and non-organic materials and landscapes. Porya […]

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Elsewhereness revisited #2 Man Bites Hypnagogue

Elsewhereness revisited is an occasional feature documenting the drift at the margins: ambient gasbagging, tube-lubed, cloud-ed, and bcamped-up, complete with companion mix, Elsewhereness revisited #2 Two reissues on neonate Pre-Echo plus In Summer, a Geographic North tape now d/l-able, top up New-Noise-Romantic Jefre-Cantu Ledesma‘s HQ* (see “Love’s Refrain”‘s Cocteaus vs. chillwave). Lovers of A Year With 13 Moons or any of J-CL’s selected […]

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Beyond The Bristol Sound… Subtext to Fluid Audio

A post-card from Bristol—post-trip hop, drum’nbass, dubstep, a view beyond The Bristol Sound. Alan Lockett surveys the field, and picks out new sounds from Subtext, Sullen Tone, and Fluid Audio. Moving to Bristol in the 90s offered a vantage point from which to view the rise of a group of artists whose time had come, media-constructed as […]

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Olga Wojciechowska :: Maps And Mazes (Time Released Sound)

Maps and Mazes, her first solo album, is a collection of truly sublime pieces from a generous handful of these concordances. The search for connectivity and reciprocity stands boldly as its unifying theme. Szczecin composer and violinist Olga Wojciechowska has proven a prolific collaborator, striving far beyond Poland’s borders to engage in a string of dance, theater and multimedia projects. Maps and Mazes, her first solo […]

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Mark Lyken & Emma Dove :: Mirror Lands (Time Released Sound)

In itself the music of Mirror Lands embraces the path of semi-classical home made ambient, microtonalism, aleatoric experiments and green field recordings. For fans of discreet and partly electronic music from the organic ambient hypnosis to modern minimalism. Despite of being quite young with its four years of activities Time Released Sound now figures among […]

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The Doubling Riders :: Garama (Time Released Sound, reissue)

The Doubling Riders make trippy music, their compositions oscillate between a soundtrack to a meditation session and a blissful look at a potentially never-ending painting. The reissue by Time Released Sound comes as a great surprise for lovers of ambitiously defiant music. Started as a project between Francesco Paladino and Pier Luigi Andreoni, The Doubling […]

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Guilio Aldunucci :: Spazio Sacro (Time Released Sound)

Without knowing anything about Aldinucci’s relationship to religion, his reenactment of its length and breadth on Spazio Sacro evokes feelings of both wonder and dread. As evident to anyone who enjoyed the dazzling monochromes of Aer, recently exhaled on Dronarivm, Giulio Aldinucci is a seal with a beach ball at balancing field recording, ambient, minimalist composition and musique […]

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Francesco Giannico & Porya Hatami :: Double review (Time Released Sound)

Favourite boutique-artisan label is back bearing time released sounds from the underground via Francesco Giannico and music for airports from Porya Hatami. Francesco Giannico recorded Rome’s metro—lines “B” (Rebibbia-Laurentina) and “B1” (Bologna-Conca D’Oro). For Metrophony, the results were manipulated and blended with synth and instruments. While a soundscape may naturally be compelling in itself, to rise above humble audio-document, artistic […]

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Maps and Diagrams :: Multi-rear-view

Tim Martin had reached new heights of hyperactivity at our last igloo-view of Maps and Diagrams; there we found him ‘between mood paradigms of light and dark, playing off a reined in prettiness against a more ambiguous undertow, that guards against falling into the sea of twee, or straying into the land of bland inhabited […]

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Top releases of 2013

Well over 150 releases have been selected by various igloomag.com contributors highlighting some of the finest in an expansive array of electronic music featuring ambient, dub, bass, glitch, industrial, IDM, electro, synth and various other sonic contortions. Links to reviews as well as a Soundcloud player are also included below. ALAN LOCKETT :: Top 20 Abdulla Rashim […]

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7UNVEILED :: Time Released Sound revisited

A trip back in Time Released Sound finds Colin Herrick‘s enterprise, previously igloo-viewed as ‘nothing so humdrum as a label, more of an artisan’s workshop, producing lovingly crafted over-the-top artefacts housing ultra-limited homemade discs—releases ranging from precious to playful…,’ continuing to extend its catalogue of esoterically accessorized packages. They say handsome is as handsome does, […]

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Top releases of twenty-twelve

Well over 180 releases have been selected by various igloomag.com contributors highlighting some of the finest in an expansive array of electronic music featuring ambient, dub, bass, glitch, industrial, IDM, electro, synth and various other sonic contortions. Links to reviews as well as an iTunes audio player are also included below. ALAN LOCKETT :: Top […]

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6APPEAL :: Time Released Sound

Label profile? Pfft! Time Released Sound is nothing so humdrum as a label, more of an artisan’s workshop, producing lovingly crafted over-the-top artefacts housing ultra-limited homemade discs—releases ranging from precious to playful, sometimes both in one. What SF-based one-man-band artist/artisan Colin Herrick does in effect is to create bespoke audio-visual art works. The self-consciously elaborate […]

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Maps and Diagrams :: Lights Will Call On You / The Town Beneath The Sea (Nomadic Kids Republic)

‘My personal journey through music started over 12 years ago, I have travelled a lot musically myself over that time in my own work and with various collaborative projects allowing me to alter the way I see and hear music from others’ perspective.’ (Tim Martin, Maps & Diagrams) A voyage around Tim Martin via Maps and […]

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Five questions for Time Released Sound

As Colin Herick states, Time Released Sound is “basically a beatless label focusing on ambient, drone, neo-classical IDM and pseudo-eccentric foltronica.” Find out more about this audio-visual boutique via our Five questions profile. Igloo :: When did Time Released Sound start up and what was your inspiration? Time Released Sound (Colin) :: I started working […]

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Release your ears 1.0

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. In an effort to continually highlight the mass of music flowing through the igloomag.com doors here’s a list of some recent, current and forthcoming titles that are piquing our ears lately—it’s […]

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Alan Lockett’s Tops of 2011 :: So Far (So Good)

Igloo Magazine Contributing Editor, Alan Lockett’s verdict on 2011’s half-year of music is sofar, sogood, with his picks appearing on two Top lists here. To accompany this, extracts from his thirty picks were chosen and sorted into two piles, broadly designated ambient/drone and techno/dub/idm, and spun into a brace of mixes. :::….:.:::….:::::::..:::::…..::..::::…::::.:.::::..:::…:::….:::.::::.:.::.:::.:::.:::…:::..::…:: 20eleven sogood :: […]

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ALAN LOCKETT :: 20eleven sofar | sogood (igloomag mix)

Alan, known to some as albient for his mix-tricks (and occasional audio-doodle) compiles 15 of driftiest dream-dealers in ambient/drone for 20eleven so far, while for 20eleven sogood he channels another 15 of the movie’n’grooviest techno/dub/idm players. Igloo Magazine Contributing Editor, Alan Lockett’s verdict on 2011’s half-year of music is sofar, sogood, with his picks appearing […]

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