Thaneco "Ancient Temples" (2018)

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Dean De Benedictis - Salvaging The Present (2016)

Bending the walls of experimental electronic-ambient music, Dean De Benedictis creates a bold tapestry of sonic vibrancy on Salvaging The Present. Through the creative use of musical instruments and sound design tools, De Benedictis scores an emotionally deep, aesthetically appealing and technologically sophisticated triumph, blending organic and electronic expressions into a compelling panorama of music and sound.

Monday, February 27, 2017

Von Haulshoven - Ice Age Sequencing (2010)

Von Haulshoven is Eppie E (Egbert) Hulshof a composer of electronic music from Netherlands highly influenced by Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream. 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Cosmic Hoffmann - Space Gems (2007)

Cosmic Hoffmann is Klaus Hoffmann Hoock, a German musician, born 30 January 1951 in Duisburg, Germany.
His music combines krautrock, ambient psychedelic electronica with mellotron sounds and drum machine driven improvisations.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Craig Padilla, Zero Ohms & Skip Murphy ‎– Beyond The Portal (2009)

Craig Padilla (ambient musician from California), Zero Ohms (Grammy nominated Rich Roberts), and Skip Murphy (keyboardist/composer from California) unite to create this beautiful ambient album, ideal for relaxing at your sofa on a Sunday afternoon!

Friday, February 17, 2017

Ian Boddy & Marcus Reuter - Distant Rituals (1999)

Excellent ambient album from Ian Boddy (founder of DIN label) and Marcus Reuter (German guitarist and composer of ambient).

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Coral Cave - Electronic Variety (2015)

Coral Cave is Düsseldorf synthesizer duo of Erik Matheisen and Tilo Voigthaus. This album is their latest and is full of nice melodic synthesiser music.


Pollard/Daniel/Booth - Volume 1 (2009)

These three incredible british composers of Berlin-School Electronic music create a very enjoyable album.


Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Glyn Lloyd Jones - Mindmusic (2013)

UK synthesist Glyn Lloyd-Jones enthused EM fans in the late 80s with his cassette releases Ri and Icesteps. Rarely have melody and sequence been harmonised in such an infectious brew. Glyn now lives in Italy and continues to make music.

Monday, February 13, 2017

['ramp] - Doombient One (2003)

Originally founded as RPM (5) by Stephen Parsick, Lambert Ringlage, and Frank Makowski in the spring of 1996. Ringlage left the project the same autumn, which also prompted the band's name change as the original name stemmed from their three initials. The new moniker refers to the Dutch word "de ramp" which means "disaster" or "catastrophe" -- in order to avoid the name being pronounced the English way, the band´s name was written in phonetic spelling.In 2009, Parsick continued ['ramp] as another solo enterprise which allowed him to focus on more traditional styles of electronic music (which originally were the inspiration to form ['ramp] at all) while using his name for releasing more experimental ambient music.


Sunday, February 5, 2017

Syn - Skyline (2005)

Syn is David T. Dewdney, an electronic musician/Composer from Scotland. He produces early to mid 70's Berlin-School in the traditions of Tangerine Dream & Edgar Froese.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Steve Jolliffe - Cyclone Spheres (2016)

Keyboards, Vocals, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Flute, Lyricon – Steve Jolliffe
Producer, Cover, Design – Martyn Sharp
A great new album by Steve Jolliffe for the fans of ambient-downtempo electronic music.

Steve Jolliffe ‎– Magical: In Memory Of Edgar Froese 1944-2015

A native of Britain, Steve Jolliffe has been an active keyboardist, flutist and saxophonist for over 35 years. His career started in 1967, when he met Rick Davies and formed a group called The Joint, which, after Steve left, evolved into Supertramp. Jolliffe's interest in classical music led him to the "Berlin High School for Music" in 1969. He was the first student accepted there who didn't have the ability to read music. And while at the school, he met Edgar Froese, and together with Klaus Schulze toured Germany as one of the earliest incarnations of Tangerine Dream.
After the Tangerine Dream album "Cyclone", Jolliffe left the band for a solo career. Since then he has made numerous albums in various styles new age, berlin-school electronic, ambient, experimental and psychedelic.
In 2015 he wrote the album "Magical" in memory of his friend Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream who died that year. The music in this album is ambient with short moments of Berlin-school electronic music. There lots of ethereal pads, choral melodies, and synthesiser fx. Fans of Tangerine Dream will enjoy this album.
Each album sleeve is unique and custom hand-painted by Steve with watercolors and is signed and dated. The date depends on when the cover was painted, not the issue date of the music.
The CDr is also usually signed and comes in a plastic sleeve.