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Back Catalogue: Ambient/Drone

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Ambient / Drone

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A Son (CD)
Cat: KRANK 225. Rel: 10 Dec 19
  1. Ivory Joe Hunter Little Walter
  2. Memphis Helena
  3. Sleepwalk Guitars
  4. Brewthru
  5. Dark Birds Empty Fields
  6. Drunk Father
  7. Muriel Spark
  8. Kept Quiet
  9. Shenandoah
Review: With a solo discography that stretches back to the late 1990s, Mark Nelson AKA Pan American is one of Kranky's longest-serving artists. Much has changed since the sometime Labradford guitarist made his solo bow in 1997, but his ability to craft beguiling, otherworldly musical soundscapes remains. "A Son" boasts very few nods to his post-rock roots, with Nelson instead inviting us to drift through nine drowsy ambient soundscapes that sit somewhere between Jonny Nash's guitar-driven soundscapes, a folksy take on Americana and the slowly-shifting bliss of Italian pioneer Gigi Masin. It's an alluring and hugely enticing proposition.
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Cat: 405053 8588811. Rel: 06 Mar 20
  1. Approach In A Breeze
  2. Transparent Tickle Shining Glace
  3. Holding The Oak
  4. When We Walk
  5. Roots Making Family
  6. The Crown Territory
  7. Supernova Space Time Drift
  8. Silentium Larix
  9. Pius In Tacet
  10. Lichtung
Review: Almost four years have passed since the last studio set from Pantha Du Prince (real name Hendrik Weber), a producer whose output has steadily shifted from club-focused minimal techno to more melodious, atmospheric and experimental electronic compositions. "Conference of Trees" continues this trend, delivering a ten track set whose melodious, otherworldly and alluring compositions were partly created using all manner of specially-created wooden instruments (some of which he hand built himself). While it's undeniably a Pantha Du Prince album - even with the assistance of wood-created sounds there is still a reliance on his usual electronic approaches - "Conference Of Trees" feels somehow different, more human even. Given the spellbinding results, it's a departure we approve of.
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Played by: MUSAR Recordings
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Svalbard (CD)
Cat: 7K 014CD. Rel: 28 Feb 20
  1. If
  2. Cyan
  3. Bathing In Blue
  4. Little Orc
  5. Season Shift
  6. Opera
  7. Duvet
  8. Husky Train
  9. Arctic Teal
  10. Winter Born
Review: Niklas Paschburg debuted in style with the moving "Oceanic" album on a !K7 sublabel back in 2018, and now he returns with more of his modern classical orchestrations. Very much in the vein of Frahm, Hopkins and the like, he deftly fuses beautifully composed orchestrations with electronic in subtle but powerful ways. On "Svalbard", the piano is front and centre a lot of the time, which lends the album a defined character. The album moves through a surge of different emotions from the taut (on "Cyan") to the scenic (on "Little Orc"), but Paschburg's deft touch on the keys remains the strongest sender. "Season Shift" is rightly an album centerpiece that tastefully balances occasional flourishes of electronica in amongst the classicisms.
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123 (3xCD box set)
Cat: POLE 123CD. Rel: 24 Apr 20
  1. Modul
  2. Fragen
  3. Kirschenessen
  4. Lachen
  5. Berlin
  6. Tanzen
  7. Fremd
  8. Paula
  9. Fliegen
  10. Fahren
  11. Stadt
  12. Streit
  13. Huckepack
  14. Hafen
  15. Weit
  16. Silberfisch
  17. Taxi
  18. Karussell
  19. Uberfahrt
  20. Rondell Zwei
  21. Klettern
  22. Strand
  23. Fohlenfurz
Review: Astonishing, 22 years have passed since the release of Stefan Betke's debut album as Pole. Along with the "2" and "3" albums that followed in 1999 and 2000 respectively, it helped establish him as a producer with a defiantly distinctive, dub-fired sound: a brand of electronic minimalism that drew just as much on ambient and micro-house as it did techno and of course reggae soundsystem culture. Crackly, spaced-out, hypnotic and mind-soothing, all three albums sound as fresh now as they did when they were first released. Helpfully, Mute has decided to reissue all three at once via this box set. There are no bells and whistles, just three essential albums in a plain black box. If you don't own them already, you know what to do.
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  1. RIDE
  2. Future Love
  3. Repetition
  4. Kill Switch
  5. Clouds Of Saint Marie
  6. Eternal Recurrence
  7. Fifteen Minutes
  8. Jump Jet
  9. Dial Up
  10. End Game
  11. Shadows Behind The Sun
  12. In This Room
Review: Despite having a name that sounds like a Scandinavian conductor, Petr Aleksander is actually the combined efforts of Eliot James and Tom Hobden, two musicians who met while working on Noah and the Whale's debut album, and combine for this project that comes with very strict rules - create more considered, precise music by limiting instruments to piano and strings, but refuse to sacrifice raw emotion. This record sees that philosophy applied to 'This Is Not A Safe Place', the beloved sixth album from Ride, an outfit that have penned some of the most important shoegaze tracks of all time. Accomplished ingredients, the result of this cross-pollination is a stunning and subtle slice of intelligent pop music, rooted in modern classical, complete with ambient touches, but strikingly playful and easily saleable. A unique and highly polished addition to the list.
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