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Home  Eight Weeks  Ambient / Drone  Ambient / Drone


New releases last eight weeks: Ambient/Drone

Ambient/Drone vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Labyrinths & Coral Caves EP
Labyrinths & Coral Caves EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TW 01. Rel: 26 May 23
1000 Julys (7:24)
Deep Beneath The Ocean Waves Of Labyrinths & Coral Caves (9:54)
Review: Since making his debut as 33.10.3402 11 years ago, Nenad Markovic has built up quite a catalogue of experimental, left-of-centre musical treats, most notably via frequent outings on L.I.E.S and ESP Institute. Here he makes his bow on another label, Third World, in the process providing DJ Evan's imprint with its debut release. First up, he provides a fresh '2022 mix' of the previously compilation-only '1000 Julys', a minimalistic epic where wayward electronics, intoxicating industrial sounds, hazy chords and marimba style melodies rise above a deep, weighty bassline and sparse, shuffling drum machine beats. 'Deep Beneath The Ocean Waves Of Labyrinths and Coral Waves' is similarly informed but warmer and deeper, with melodic motifs that lap like waves, pads that wash over your soul, and beats that bubble and spit attractively.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock HK$117.87
Dissonant (limited pink marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: AUA 005. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Dissonant I (4:38)
Dissonant II (7:27)
Dissonant III (6:51)
Dissonant IV (4:13)
Review: Adding yet another record to the pile that has so far been provided by the label A_A, the experimental dub artists behind said outfit (Satoshi Tomiie and Nao Gunji) have really outdone themselves out here. On pink splatter vinyl comes 'Dissonant', one of many EPs to have emerged from the same heads-down studio session that saw to its predecessor, 'Radiant'. Tracks 1-4 lock in a slew of impressive ear-scourings and dub-delayed experimentations, with the first and last tracks particularly blowing us away with their broken beats, which allow for more attention to be paid to every undulation, crackle and knock.
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 in stock HK$148.41
Cat: SEMANTICA 143. Rel: 11 Apr 23
Fugacity (2:16)
Diorama (5:38)
Natura (7:43)
Delta (6:33)
Natant (3:31)
Floodplain (6:20)
Review: We have long been fans of the specific sort of techno that Spanish label Semantica deals in. It is always artful and superbly well-designed and this new Artefaklt record totally fits in with that vibe. It finds Dutch pair Robin Koek and Nick Lapien layering up hypnotic drones and linear deep techno drums to perfectly escapist and heady effect on 'Diorama', while intricate sound designs add the sort of details to 'Natura' that make this miscue as suited to home listening on headphones as losing it in a club. 'Natant' is another undulating mix of electronica, ambient and techno that casts your mind free. 'Floodplain' is a heavenly closer.
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 in stock HK$128.12
Down The Rabbit Hole (Soundtrack)
Down The Rabbit Hole (Soundtrack) (cassette + MP3 download code)
Cat: DEEWEE 066. Rel: 24 May 23
Prelude/ Part I-Part X (33:45)
 in stock HK$85.38
Pulse 02
Pulse 02 (coloured vinyl 12"+ MP3 download code limited to 200 copies (comes in different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: PITPPULSE 02. Rel: 24 May 23
ASC - "Tidal Disruption Event" (11:33)
Joachim Spieth - "Subtle" (7:38)
Joachim Spieth - "Subtle" (Nitechord remix) (4:45)
Review: Past Inside the Present's 'Pulse' series is an investigation into ambient tech and beat-driven ambient sounds. Who better for the job on this second edition than master craftsmen ASC and Joachim Spieth? ASC opens up with 'Tidal Disruption Event', an understated, underwater rhythm with jittery percussive patterns and bright shards of melodic light piercing through the mix as more coarse soundwaves break over the top. Spieth's 'Subtle' is just as artful and delicate a mix of persuasive rhythm and melodic beauty. A classy Nitechord remix closes out this fascinating EP.
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 in stock HK$150.46
Polyrythmic Electronica
Cat: SO OUN. Rel: 25 May 23
Track 1 (4:27)
Track 2 (6:24)
Track 3 (9:27)
Track 4 (2:57)
Track 5 (3:30)
 in stock HK$113.77
Post (10")
Cat: 486307 7. Rel: 04 May 23
Post (16:36)
Post (Delyrian remix) (14:50)
 in stock HK$182.95
There Is Space Under Your Seat
There Is Space Under Your Seat (hand-numbered red vinyl 7" + insert + postcard + MP3 download code)
Cat: CIS 136. Rel: 17 Apr 23
There Is Space Under Your Seat (3:05)
Dreaming Deep Diver (4:53)
Review: Apparently James Adam Brown had one very definitely theme in mind with There Is Space Under Your Seat. Put simply, he wanted to explore aural interpretations of the human desire to create mental breathing room by pausing emotions to process feelings when circumstances become overwhelming. And, let's face it, they frequently have a habit of doing just that.
Recorded at ICP Studios in Belgium, after demos were laid down in his own facility deep in the stunning Yorkshire Dales, it's hard to imagine a more fitting setting for these ideas to form. A place that's equal parts bleak and beautiful, and certainly remote (in UK terms, at least). So what we have here is sometimes eerie, always stunning, packed with spatiality and a tangible emotional quality you will not be able to escape from.

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 in stock HK$69.08
Total Annihilation Beach
Cat: ISLA 29. Rel: 17 May 23
Lost Hours
Bottle Service Angels
The Sun Will Sink Into The Ocean
Hurrian Hymn (H6 remix)
Review: Is there any artist out there more prolific than Shy aka. Special Guest DJ? Perhaps only few would - or should - already know that Caveman LSD is his latest alias. Breaking from his very own 3XL imprint, the inimitable artist lends his talents to Canadian label Isla (run by Priori and Ex-Terrestrial) for 'Total Annihilation Beach', an exciting divination and appeal to the intersection of techno, illbient, dub and (dare we say) deconstructed club. This EP is higher-concept and perhaps more serious than much of the work that's appeared under various monikers in the past, with crazy texturambient synapse-overloaders like 'The Sun Will Sink Into The Sun' blend happily with chirpy glossers like 'Lost Hours'. This EP is one of our highlights for late April 2023; don't miss it.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock HK$117.87
Fyra Platser
Fyra Platser (limited 12" + insert repress)
Cat: FELT 004. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Sebang (3:42)
Louhivesi (feat Cucina Povera) (6:56)
Kolugn (8:27)
Valmsta (8:05)
Review: Copenhagen label FELT welcomes back Civilistjavel for a fresh four tracker that builds on the success of the Jarnnatter album in 2022. It is another collection of fine electro-acoustic drones in the fashion of greats like Biosphere and has a trip-hop sojourn with Cucina Povera that is particularly interesting. Though leaning on dub techno in the past for inspiration, there is a less rigid take on genre in these tracks as various locations "in the Nordingra area of the Swedish high coast are exorcised and channelled through sound."
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 in stock HK$109.77
Stratum (12")
Cat: ROSA 002. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Pulse2 (5:13)
5dot5 (4:30)
The Brick (4:01)
The Worm Turns (5:24)
Alter (4:41)
Review: Japanese producer ENA is a master of deep electronic soundscapes and has always operated in an in between area that blurs ht lines between half tempo drum & bass and magic ambient trips. He does that again here with five unique cuts starting with the misty and grey sound world of 'Pulse2' with its barely there rhythm. '5.5' has deft sine waves and another suggestive rhythm that comes from heavily muffled and muted synth modulations and soft drum pads. 'The Brick' is movie-like deep space scene setting and 'The Worm Turns' is an ambient collage before 'Alter' closes out this artful experiment in texture and timbre.
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 in stock HK$121.87
Lunchtime On Earth
Lunchtime On Earth (hand-stamped 7" + insert limited to 200 copies)
Cat: IDDB 047. Rel: 25 Apr 23
Lunchtime On Earth (2:38)
Freeze Dried Cuba (2:15)
The Straw In Your Head (2:09)
Walking To The Store (2:48)
Review: Eyes of the Amaryllis is a collective that announced its arrival with a debut self-titled album back in 2021 on cassette tape. A year later they landed on Horn of Plenty with a second album which came on vinyl, and now they offer up a first 45rpm in the form of 'Lunchtime On Earth' on Swedish label I Dischi Del Barone. All four tracks are decidedly short and to the point and sit somewhere between post-rock and experimental with elements of lo-fi, folk and world & country. It's the title track that stands out with its doleful guitars, plenty of echo and drifting, wordless vocal sounds making for a beautifully melancholic vibe.
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 in stock HK$99.62
Lamella Pressed
Cat: INDEX 011. Rel: 24 May 23
The Lower (6:06)
Maiolica (5:31)
Pyxis Glint (4:31)
Palm Slick (3:32)
Sinews (feat Hysterical Love Project) (5:46)
Lilted Song (5:06)
Review: Trip-hop meets modern digital ambience on Gi Gi's latest for INDEX:Records. Nothing but the music meets the ear here, plunging us into ricochety sonic hotwirings from the jump. Allusions to dancehall ('Maiolica'), dub ('Palm Slick') and illbient ('Lilted Song') ring true here, while a vocal feature on the track 'Sinews' - from fellow mic-caresser and expert moniker-coiner Hysterical Love Project - yields a sound that recalls something like the combined sonics of HTRK and 3XL. A not-to-miss EP for anyone who loves it textural.
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 in stock HK$130.07
Industrial Models
Industrial Model (6:29)
The ELKA Experiment (5:39)
Remodel (5:29)
Elements & Space (5:33)
Review: Veteran electro-oddities producer Intergalactic Gary, hailing from The Hague, offers up four new sonic prototypes for his latest eureka-moment-in-sound, 'Industrial Model'. Like playful blueprints for some godforsaken sonic Von Neumann machine, tracks like 'Elements & Space' and 'The ELKA Experiment' combine emotion and surrealism with such force and skill that it quite convincingly recalls the human feeling of panic as an analog-machinic-army takes on a mind of its own. Our fave is the janky-ambient cut 'Remodel', which proves said sonic army has the capacity to shapeshift on the nanoparticular level. Freaky!
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 in stock HK$101.67
Landscape Perception EP
Landscape Perception
Mt Ishizuchi
Mt Ishizuchi (DJ Nobu remix)
Landscape Perception (Masafumi take remix)
 in stock HK$105.67
Troubled Youth EP
Troubled Youth EP (red & black marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: UVB76 027. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Blame Yourself (4:53)
Lost Cause (4:26)
All This Hate (4:47)
Covered In Sand (4:19)
City Chaos (3:07)
Troubled Youth (4:26)
 in stock HK$142.26
Areas Of Uncertainty
Cat: RIO 11. Rel: 24 May 23
Breach (7:16)
Remote Discipline (4:50)
Breach (Richard Fearless remix) (6:20)
Efficient (live version) (8:24)
 in stock HK$132.12
Pure Movements
Pure Movements (limited white vinyl 12")
Cat: SNF 088. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Ephemeral (5:19)
Body Memory (5:21)
Genius Loci (5:05)
Physical Quietness (5:32)
Review: What do we think of when someone says the word 'ambient'? Maybe a stupid question, nevertheless the term is often taken as an implication of background sounds, or at least tracks that are loosely structured around ebb and flow rather than rigid forms. In no way a criticism, Luke Haze's Pure Movements offers a counterbalance to that idea.
Dropping on Bristol's Shall Not Fade - essentially an imprint you might as well buy every release from without bothering to listen - this link was always going to be a bit of a clue as to what's on offer. In many ways, the four tracks here play out like breakdowns within late night club sets, hints of euphoria, an atmosphere of build, informed by acid, progressive and techno, but certainly none of the above.
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Played by: Chris Coco
 in stock HK$111.82
Qut (double 12")
Cat: COUNTER 034. Rel: 11 Apr 23
Prologue (4:21)
Qizil (8:22)
Venus M (7:25)
X (4:51)
Gudanna (6:42)
Astarte (6:11)
Qut (5:41)
Epilogue (7:35)
 in stock HK$217.49
Evocative Rhythm Experience
Cat: TPG 010. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Evocation 01 (6:17)
Evocation 02 (6:25)
Evocation 03 (4:44)
Evocation 04 (6:13)
Evocation 05 (6:29)
Evocation 06 (4:16)
Evocation 07 (6:22)
Evocation 08 (6:19)
Rhythm 01 (3:00)
Rhythm 02 (3:00)
Rhythm 03 (3:00)
Rhythm 04 (3:00)
Rhythm 05 (3:00)
Rhythm 06 (3:00)
Rhythm 07 (9:09)
Rhythm 08 (3:30)
 in stock HK$217.49
On Mushrooms
Cat: ELR 226. Rel: 30 May 23
Culebra With Wilkes (feat Sam Wilkes) (2:22)
Under A Tree (2:23)
A New Ambient (2:28)
Dampener (5:17)
Too High To Play Bear's Campout (feat Brin) (7:35)
Review: No prizes for guessing the source of inspiration behind Leaving Records founder Matthewdavid's latest psyched out ambient odyssey, On Mushrooms is an immersive trip in itself but actually serves as precursor to the producer's forthcoming album, Mycelium Music, due to arrive in the coming months. An homage to the natural phenomena not just of hallucinogenic shrooms, but the bond between people and the natural world, and the hidden connections of that world. "When you go out for mushrooms in the hills of California there is an experience in which you wander for hours, scanning low until your eyes are fatigued and then suddenly there is a break in the chaparral and a cluster of immaculate King Boletes appears before you, posed with an almost hieratic intensity," says Matthewdavid. If you pay close attention to that moment of perception, it is almost always accompanied by a telepathic whispering voice that says: 'Oh hello, we've been waiting for you'."
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 in stock HK$170.66
Memotone EP
Cat: PUU 57. Rel: 04 May 23
Measure For Measure (8:22)
Moving Shadows (2:41)
Niigghht (4:29)
DroneX-7 (extended mix) (5:59)
Blackcap Crossing (5:27)
New Peace (3:57)
 in stock HK$150.46
The Other Maria
Cat: AX 114. Rel: 02 Jun 23
The Dance Rebellion Starts (8:46)
The Other Maria (5:35)
Freder's Reality Switch (5:35)
Review: As Jeff Mills returns to his third deepest obsession after 909s and UFOs, he presents an addendum to his renewed Metropolis Metropolis soundtrack which doubles down on three of the themes and gives them a different framework through the lens of a 12". This is still the more cinematic end of the Millsian spectrum, but there's some intensity which may well be of use to the more dramatic or daring techno DJ. 'The Dance Rebellion Starts' is plenty loopy and disorienting, full of interwoven, clangorous patterns which should stay nicely in time if you get them locked in the mix. 'The Other Maria' might well be the star of the show though, a nightmarish, ever-building drone piece with some half-time percussion stalking around the edges for guidance. 'Freder's Reality Switch' completes the picture with a slightly more stable synths n' strings piece, but there's still that innate sense of otherness Mills always threads into his work.
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 in stock HK$128.12
Cat: SON07 002. Rel: 14 May 23
Sudstadt (4:56)
Gammy Eyez (3:53)
 in stock HK$109.77
Demi Monde
Cat: MES 008. Rel: 17 Apr 23
Handrum (6:04)
Cheve D (Trip mix) (5:03)
She Always Wants More (live At UVA Festival) (21:04)
 in stock HK$142.26
Unreleased Excerpts From 1997
Memory Circuits (6:12)
Lambent (4:34)
Jetstream (5:53)
Floatation (18:08)
Review: 1990s electronica duo Neural Network - renowned for their contemporaneity with the likes of Biosphere and Autechre - are currently seeing a large reissues campaign at the label Re:discovery. These 'Excerpts' highlight the bulk of their work made from 1993-1997, which, unlike their albums, didn't gain label / distributor traction at the time. This EP focuses on the lattermost year, compiling four wobbly, bubbly, depth-plunging and serene cuts - all with 808s or 808-ish snares mired in serendipitous pads - into a neat EP.
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 in stock HK$136.21
Picture In Picture
Picture In Picture (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 028. Rel: 31 May 23
At Dawn (3:13)
Room Of Mirrors (3:57)
Little Break (6:46)
Ultramarine (3:02)
Headache Pill (4:39)
Picture In Picture (3:12)
Deja Vu (4:48)
Review: The notes we were sent with this new entry into the Ilian Tape ITX Series read "Mushroom Tea Garden Ceremony". It is indeed a rather occult and freaky ambient oeuvre that will have you hallucinating and second guessing where dreams start and reality ends such is the wooziness of the music. It is smeared with odd samples - a sad string, a window creaking open, a distant horn, so is hugely evocative both emotionally but also in terms of the mental imagery it cooks up as it plays out. We don't really know much about NIMU, but this release has got us wanting more.
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 in stock HK$134.17
Sacratavica (gatefold double 12")
Cat: ID 002. Rel: 23 May 23
Hibrido A Presion (12:04)
Ramajes De Una Marimba Imaginaria (16:51)
Sacratavica (Las Voces De Rio Negro) (21:12)
Fantoidea (5:25)
 in stock HK$176.90
Prang (12")
Cat: NMBRS 70. Rel: 17 May 23
Prang (feat Huerco S)
Sisu (feat Cucina Povera)
Review: Perko is one of those newer-school experimental artists whose fingers straddle many pies, but who nevertheless refuses to allow this inner tendency towards versatility to hold him back. The FELT label owner has welcomed artists as far-flung as Civilistjavel! to Moxie into his inner circle; and the fruits of this open-mindedness are more than translated into his latest EP for Glaswegian dance legends Numbers. 'Prang' errs on the side of playfulness, giving some hot seconds of pure danceable flavour. Huerco S lends his usually-texturally-rich addprod to the nominal A-sider, a rather impressive future-garage-acid cut that recalls some of Objekt's earlier stuff, while regular collaborator and mournful vocalist-producer Cucina Povera crops up on the ambient dub plunger-into-the-sound that is 'Sisu'.
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 in stock HK$105.67
To Deep EP
Cat: NAFF 017. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Earth To (6:39)
Not That Deep (6:45)
Maintain The Bliss (7:14)
Head On A Swivel (9:59)
Review: Chicago trio Purelink lands on the Naff label with a fresh EP that features two new cuts alongside two that were released as a digital-only EP in 2021. They are 'Maintain the Bliss' and 'Head On A Swivel' on the B-side - the first is a sublime and widescreen ambient excursion with smeared pad work and subtly uplifting moods, and the second is a skeletal ambient jungle track with skittish rhythms. The originals are 'Earth To' which is a crystalline cut with blissed-out breaks and fluttering melodies and 'Not That Deep' is a broody world of cavernous atmospheres and liquid pads. Another gem from this assured outfit.
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 in stock HK$119.92
The Other Side Of Devastation
Time Moving (14:24)
Waves (9:11)
Review: Excitement abounds as British heavy industrial/dub producer Shackleton debuts a brand new project, The Purge Of Tomorrow. An outlet for his less dancefloory material, this stint is more inspired by the artist's background in noise and metal, and the EP consists of two long tracks that were developed from live performances, exploring themes of dystopia, apocalypse and survival. Cursed anti-ambient music arises from the depths of Tartarus, drawing on tropes from neoclassical music to trance. There's also contributions on strings by Kathy Alberci.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Stunty
 in stock HK$150.46
Cat: REZ 18EIGHTEEN. Rel: 05 May 23
Cascade (9:14)
Fusbares (5:30)
Review: The KMA60 Rezpektiva label is dedicated to dreamy electro and techno made on machines and headed for the stars. After past voyages from the likes of Opik, Denia and The Necromorph, it's the turn of Quaid to plot the course and he does so in fine style with some achingly beautiful synth work and crisp beat constructions. Just listen to the celestial arps and hi-tech jazz pads of 'Fusbares', all carried aloft by a dexterous bit of breakbeat programming. 'Cascade' meanwhile is a perfect counterpoint full of cascading bleeps and intricately criss-crossing patterns which serve as a true feast for the ears. If you love that early 90s backroom techno sound, you're going to love this record.
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 in stock HK$138.17
En Viron
En Viron (12" + sticker)
Cat: R 004. Rel: 18 May 23
En Viron
Review: Rambadu was dropping one 12" a year and selling out each one since launch in 2019. Last year it missed for whatever reason but now returns with the boss man at the controls. This is deeply atmospheric techno to start with - 'En Viron' is awash with dubby chords and distant bird calls over smooth and elongated rhythms. 'Ruutan' has hissing lines and more deep and snaking drums and bass that soon melt the mind. 'Zaouia' is the closer, this time layering in some spangled synth notes that are drawn about the mix over another frictionless bottom end.
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 in stock HK$128.12
Peripherie Remixes (Steevio, Deadbeat, Dr Nojoke, Andrea Cicheck mixes)
Lucid (Steevio remix) (5:54)
San Gimignano (Deadbeat remix) (6:46)
Hoola (Dr Nojoke remix) (7:31)
Siegfried 2 0 (Andrea Cichecki remix) (4:23)
Review: If you've ever been luck enough to attend the Freerotation music festival than plenty about this remix package will make sense. Not least the interpretation by event co-founder and modular synth hero Steevio, here delivering a remix on vinyl for the first time. Bringing in elements of jazz, ambient, field recordings, dub, house music and - albeit barely audible - subtle shades of tech, it's a sophisticated package that fully buys into the theory of electronic sounds being a form of high art. Running the gamut from the stepping, poised but decidedly free spirited 'Lucid' and Deadbeat's tense, drone-y take on'Sam Gimignano', to the lush keys and white noise of Andrea Cicheki's redo of 'Siegfried 2.0' and Dr Nojoke's beautifully blissed out smoky house, it's as dense as it is accomplished.
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 in stock HK$150.46
Peripherie (12" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: RAND 03. Rel: 31 May 23
Hoola (5:21)
Drangsal (7:31)
9.3 (3:49)
Siegfried 2.0 (4:28)
Permanent Green (7:06)
Blood Moon (7:02)
San Gimignano (5:08)
Review: After four years of work fusing acoustic and electronic sound worlds, Rand finally unveiled the fruits of their labours with Peripherie. The duo of concert pianist Jan Gerdes and minimal techno producer Dr. Nojoke have cooked up urban and sensitive music for piano and electronics that was all recorded live with no overdubs back in 2019 at Berlin's Chez-Cherie Studios. It was made across three pianos with improvisation at the heart of the process. It's a great collision of worlds, from dark and intense pieces of pulsing techno to more light and hopeful and empty soundscapes that perfectly blur the edges between the different tools used. Fans of Nils Frahm, Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto will enjoy digging into this one.
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 in stock HK$211.35
Resort Annexia (reissue)
Cat: A6A 11. Rel: 25 May 23
Resort Annexia (8:53)
Bec De Corbin (7:32)
 in stock HK$107.72
Duck Kosmische
Cat: CYPT 5. Rel: 11 May 23
Track 1 (2:16)
Track 2 (2:55)
 in stock HK$146.26
Summer (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: DYHP 011. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Summer (4:06)
Feel Bad Smile (4:46)
Review: Vocalist and poet Roger Robinson has connected with Jabu producer Amos for this new single which finds them explore new grounds. After their fuzzy lovers rock outing last time out, here they head off into space with more cosmic and zoned out sounds full of intimate and slo mo grooves. 'Summer' goes first and is a blissed out cut with ambient pads and lonely piano keys encouraging you to get lost in deep thought. 'Feel Bad Smile' is even more of a cosy late night cuddle, with spoken word mutterings and lingering notes breaking your heart each and every time.
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 in stock HK$101.67
Life Is A Blur
Cat: PN 023. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Intro (1:02)
Constant Motion (6:31)
So Low (6:09)
Interlude (3:34)
Thinking Out Loud (6:38)
Ascent (6:03)
Review: Pont Neuf approaches its quarter of a century of releases with Shore serving up a fresh blend of the old and the new on this Life Is A Blur EP. It kick off in laissez-faire fashion with some heavenly ambient, then 'Constant Motion' is a synth-drenched house kicker with jazzy leads. 'So Low' is more progressive and a little darker, while 'Thinking Out Loud' cuts loose and slows down from some sunset downtempo bliss. 'Ascent' rounds out with kaleidoscopic melodies that have you gazing off to the stars.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Human World (reissue)
Human World (9:42)
A New World (11:37)
 in stock HK$109.77
The Composition Of Air
Dreaming Of Electric Sheep (6:54)
Rooted In The Soil Of Your Heritage (4:14)
The Composition Of Air (6:21)
Track 4 (6:42)
 in stock HK$121.87
Sanctum EP
Cat: LOA 006. Rel: 24 May 23
Sanctum (8:12)
Draft (5:32)
Drift (6:36)
Review: Moscow-based deep techno artist Toki Fuko arrives on Russian label Luck of Access with three cerebral tracks forming his glittering new EP, 'Sanctum'. Starting with the expanding and contracting spaciousness of the title track, 'Sanctum', Korotaev allows space for reverberating synthlines to extend outwards, skittering into the distance across the pulsating core of the track, exploring a reflective space that feels at once private and collective. For the second side, everything slows down to a patient, meditative pace. Luxuriating in a moment of slowed breathing, 'Draft' unfolds in a series of exhaling atmospheres, delicately punctuated with strokes of light, glistening on the surface of a rippling body of water. The final track, 'Drift', moves downstream, driven by a winding ambience and decorated with flurries of unravelling organic percussion. At the heart of each of these tracks is a force that feels eternal, held in undulating patterns that continue long beyond their end.
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 in stock HK$119.92
Modern Drama
Cat: VLS 09. Rel: 18 May 23
RZ1DX21 T3
Nanga O Wabi
Soft Touch
Modern Dramas
 in stock HK$115.92
Immersion Obscura
Immersion Obscura (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: CS 100. Rel: 06 Jun 23
TVTM - "Experiment Obscura" (4:26)
Jo Rad Silver - "Immersion Theatre III" (3:53)
Review: Josh Dahlberg is The Valley and the Mountain aka TVTM and is an artist who has made a big move recently from the deep westside of Detroit all the way across to the far reaches of the Pacific Northwest. He he arrives on Central Scientific for its inaugural release with Detroit-based producer and Akka & BeepBeep founder, Jo Rad Silver, taking care of the flip. Next to an array of hardware, there is plenty of improvisation with guitars in this EP - 'Experiment Obscura' is a widescreen and dramatic ambient cut with a meditative feel and 'Immersion Theatre III' is another empty but inviting piece with curlicues, wispy pads, distant guitar echoes and moodiness to spare.
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Ohms Love Variations
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Journey To The Core
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Cat: PRS 07. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Count 2 30 (6:47)
Pool (8:26)
Sandel (7:11)
Journey To The Core (6:48)
0 Room For 1 (4:35)
Glad To Be Here (4:44)
Dissolve In Sugar (5:27)
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Floods (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DBL 112. Rel: 14 Apr 23
The Flood Of 1997 (17:14)
The Flood Of 2064 (20:47)
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El Milagro
El Milagro (cassette + postcard zine + stamps)
Cat: DBL 8CT. Rel: 18 May 23
Milagro I: Construccion (2:40)
Milagro II: Apocalipsis (2:54)
The Haunter (2:26)
Live At The Vaporous Garage (2:33)
Aguadulce (5:07)
Burned Ocean At The Hills (Love Song) (2:15)
Que Te Espere? (feat Dr Sata´n & Firstlin3) (2:24)
Nuevo Ruego (1:16)
On Tilt (3:25)
Strange Feeling In The Air (3:57)
I Love You Piolo (1:28)
Dolores Canta Tras La Derrota (2:24)
 in stock HK$186.95
El Milagro
El Milagro (hand-numbered cassette in handmade pouch + postcard zine + stamps limited to 10 copies)
Cat: DBL 8CTX. Rel: 18 May 23
Milagro I: Construccion (2:33)
Milagro II: Apocalipsis (2:53)
The Haunter (2:24)
Live At The Vaporous Garage (2:31)
Aguadulce (4:48)
Burned Ocean At The Hills (Love Song) (2:22)
Que Te Espere? (feat Dr Sata´n & Firstlin3) (2:32)
Nuevo Ruego (1:13)
On Tilt (3:27)
Strange Feeling In The Air (3:57)
I Love You Piolo (1:27)
Dolores Canta Tras La Derrota (2:30)
 in stock HK$437.04
Night Time Birds
Cat: KRXN 034. Rel: 02 Jun 23
The End Of The World (1:41)
Level Up (2:29)
Son (4:45)
Analog Sea (2:14)
Death Valley (8:05)
Night Time Birds (9:21)
Oceano (8:52)
 in stock HK$142.26
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