More wonderful ambient minimalism from Hiroshi Yoshimura. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oge4VxjAHqA
Ahead of a forthcoming album on a certain limited edition imprint that will remain nameless for now, we present the EP 'Days Of Our Lives'. This is a set of four pieces produced over two hot nights in early July this year and features a piano, two digital synthesizer apps, rhodes samples and field recordings,... Continue Reading →
Wonderful minimalist, ambient music from Japanese artist Hiroshi Yoshimura. Green is an absolute classic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7aYjRl_6Zw
The relation of sound and architecture has been a recurring theme across the centuries. The earliest examples of sound design stem from the interaction of human voice and various architectural spaces used for worship and ritual. It is these sonic reflections on ritual that are at the root of the latest edition from Japanese ambient... Continue Reading →
The music collected here was written for the short film "Youth" directed by Brett Marty and produced by Joshua Izenberg. These eleven tracks make up the original score as well as material not included in the final version of the film. All of them are variations on a few melodic and tonal themes and several... Continue Reading →
Recorded in May of 2016 for the accompanying music to a lecture and video presentation to kindergarten students on the topic of "Dolphins and the Extraordinary Aspects of the Sea" by filmmaker Helena Sien in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Imprints are a technical nightmare of tape machines, synthesizers, homemade pedals, mixing desks and Max/MSP patches; a band perpetually on the brink of collapse. Their music examines the uneasy relationship between dissonance and melody, the contrast between dense masses and harmonious space. Contorted textures and tape-saturated atmospheres merge with pedal-steel-guitar, generative feedback and live sampling... Continue Reading →