Friday, September 22, 2017

Korgator - Soundscapes (2009-2011)

Korgator is a German composer of electronic ambient/experimental music. He is influenced by Klaus Schulze, Jean Michel Jarre, and many other. His album "soundscapes" is exactly what the title suggests: soundscapes made of experimental electronic sounds creating calm space atmospheres and sometimes uneasy.


Saturday, September 16, 2017

Fringe Element - Rampant Biology (2003)

"Fringe Element" is Michael Victor , Jose Eduardo Murcia (Argentina), James Lacey, and  Edward Gregory Waltzer. The band is influenced by Tangerine Dream, Schulze, Brian Eno, Cluster and many other.
Fringe Element's debut CD, Rampant Biology, was completed in January 2003. Rampant Biology is a spontaneous organic concoction, full of bubbling fermentation vats and toxic chemical reactions.

Friday, September 15, 2017

David Parsons - Sounds Of The Mothership (1980)

David Parsons is a New Zealand new age/ambient composer who began composing music in the 1960s; often with a darker edge than that of his contemporaries. In 1989, Parsons began recording an extensive series of indigenous music sound documents in Egypt, Cambodia, Armenia, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Himalayas and other exotic locales. He continues to record and compose music in New Zealand (or Middle Earth, as he calls it).

Friday, September 8, 2017

Roedelius - Zu Fuss (1978)

This is the CDR transcription of a very rare musicassette, containing some early studio tracks by Roedelius, probably recorded in 1976.
The original tape had many problems with a very bad sound. All the music has been remastered, with a patient work on tracks and channels, and completely re-equalized with a digital 10-ch equalizer. By working on the separate channels, each channel was resampled in stereo where the signal was missing (almost all side B of the tape). Sound volume was optimized, and every track was properly mixed with fade in and fade out.

Roedelius - Auf Leisen Sohlen (1978-1982)

A pioneer in in the field of electronic music, Hans-Joachim Roedelius is considered one of the founders of contemporary popular electronic music. Remarkably prolific, Roedelius has appeared on well over 100 releases between his own work and collaborations.
"Auf Leisen Sohlen" is an essential compilation of some of his compositions from 1978 until 1982. 

Benedict Roff-Marsh - Mountain & The Lowlands (2011)

Benedict Roff-Marsh is a Canadian composer of electronic music. His music is influenced by Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Gary Numan, Japan, Alan Parsons and many more. What sets him apart from the rest is the emotional and melodic style of writing music that I personally like!
"Mountain & The Lowlands" is instrumental with ambient pads, sequencer-driven melodies, and creative sound design.


Monday, August 28, 2017

Plank & Ishq - Crows En Wra vol.1 (2016)

Plank is Lee Norris and Ishq is Jacqueline Kersley & Matt Hillier. They are all british electronic musicians specialising in deep ambient and IDM electronic music.
Crows en wra is the 1st in a 3 album collection of free form psychedelic inspired soundscapes and ambient pieces written in an experimental live flow using various studio exotica .
Unique , colourfull with hidden layers and worlds of sound this music was written for deep immersive headphone listeners and people who like to float in mind space.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Nik Tyndall - Magical Sea (1993)

Awesome ambient album by Nik Tyndall, inspired by his summer vacations in Greece during the 90s. All tracks have peaceful and relaxing synthesizer music. Highly recommended for fans of ambient.


Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Raymond Scott - Manhattan Research Inc. (50s & 60s)

Manhattan Research Inc. is a two-CD compilation of electronic music created by the musician, composer and inventor, Raymond Scott and his company, "Manhattan Research Inc." Posthumously released in 2000 by Basta Music of Holland, the album contains selected samples of Scott's work from the 1950s and 1960s for film soundtracks, commercials, and for his own technical and musical experiments. The synthesizers, sequencers, and drum-machines used were designed and constructed by Raymond Scott.