Leandro Fresco’s signature melodies and warm, colorful textures have adorned the Argentinian’s work ever since his first appearance on Kompakt’s Pop Ambient Series in 2003, right up to his latest artist album El Reino Invisible (2015). This “melodic sensibility” as Rafael likes to say, proved to be the defining undercurrent to Rafael’s signature sound design,... Continue Reading →
A new album of emotive ambient/repetitive/synth/drone music made with the Buchla Music Easel and some effects pedals. No overdubs, no looping, just honest recordings of live performances.
Monochromes Vol.1 is the new sound work by Italian multimedia duo TU M’. The Monochromes series is a collection of modular audio and video compositions for electric chamber ensemble. Fragile atmospheric colours made of sound, light, space.
Over the years there have been some pieces of music that I have made specially for compilation projects or have ended being released only as part of a compilation album. As time passes I look back at this music and find the context it was originally put in often feels a bit random now. So... Continue Reading →
“The stars we are given. The constellations we make. That is to say, stars exist in the cosmos, but constellations are the imaginary lines we draw between them, the readings we give the sky, the stories we tell.” -Rebecca Solnit The above quote by the American author Solnit inspired Parisian producer Jonathan Fitoussi's debut album... Continue Reading →
Time. It all comes back to time. The self-titled debut album from Billow Observatory — the duo comprising Danish producer Jonas Munk, aka Manual, and Auburn Lull guitarist Jason Kolb — is a record that has been nearly a decade in the making, and a record that unfolds at a stately, unhurried pace, its subtleties... Continue Reading →