New Ambelion Release With Quasi-Stationary Ambelion has brought his distinctive approach to electronic music to CerebralAudio. My first introduction to the work of Ambelion was in 2014 when I found a remastered copy of his 2008 release Waiting for Quarters. I was taken by his ability to mix Ambient, IDM, Berlin School and a host […]
Throwback Thursday review of Emil Klotzsch: Sandkorn. This work hardly seems ten years old already. It remains as fresh to my ears now as it did way back.
Wurlitztraction: Forgotten Subtlety of Small Talk is the first release on Enough Records from Chris Reid in eight years featuring glitchy, noisy downtempo.
Inhale Ashes at 419 is one such example of a release from Memory Format that is a challenge, as this review will discuss.
What happens when you take three musicians, three guitars, some drum loops and pads, and just let them play? Answer: you get three days of Sejectiøn improv.