My passion for discovering music bounces around from genre to genre, for the last few years I keep coming back to THIS sound. I understand the repetition and substance might be lacking for some but when I listen to music this song is pretty much the exact thing I want to hear, its soo rare to find that feeling being fulfilled.
This one is short but as rewarding as it gets, a bounty of special tracks mixed by Astro Nautico’s Time Wharp. There’s a wide range of cuts that show off how unique a Time Wharp set is, his natural way of flowing in and out different moods and genres is one of a kind.
Featuring collaborations with Washed Out, Kool A.D, Nosaj Thing, and more
The refreshing efforts on putting out new styles of music has to be born somewhere and 1080p seems to be the front runners when it comes to revival of new age and IDM music. The above collection of demos really shows that off, really been enjoying the CFCF album too if you haven’t had a chance to hear it.
All new 1080p tracks—demos and rough cuts and direct takes from upcoming cassettes and 12″s.
Earth Boys – Spring Fling
Image Man – Esle1on
Trust Image – Sun
Co La – Suffering (Tuesday)
Dialect – Chewing Springs
I Am Just A Pupil – Apothecary
Talk Story – Water Baby
??? – River Drum
Sasha, Jan + Rezzie – Wild Heart
Kirk The Flirt & Peter Pressure – Never Ever Give Up
Project Pablo – Lalime (OG Mix)
Loophead – Aesthia
Khotin – Human Voice
??? – Clouds of David
Journeymann Trax – Inside
Mall Grab – Drive
Max McFerren – Hard To Say
??? – Bounce With
??? – ???
Trust Image – Rory’s Dream
Beta Librae – Wavy
Via App – Set You
The first Musik For Autobahns was a delight: softly-softly ambient and subtle cuts from the likes of Move D, Suzanne Kraft, Roman Flügel and plenty more besides. Even amongst Rush Hour’s bounty that year, it stood proudly out. A ripple of excitement went through BR HQ upon finding out Gerd Janson was lining up a second, with no shortage of marquee signings all coming correct with their A game.
Recorded May 2015 at La Berceuse, Seattle WA with guitar, magnetic tape and voice Thomas Meluch is back at it again in the ambient ring. Some William Basinski style repetition here, with only 2 tracks being reviewable you can still get a good sense of what is gifted to us. The calmness and delicate crackling is almost too clean for Thomas but its a great change up and beautiful edition to his discography.
Not much is explained on why Galcher Lustwerk has the alias Road Hog besides that he misses driving which relaxed him and i’m sure there’s less pressure it. This release is a bit looser and bright in my opinion, there’s a ton of repetition as always but the meat and potatoes of it all has a positive raise. The track Stretch is the most Galcher because of the chord progression, either way its worth your time and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
No info attached but it looks like we’ll be getting a Airbird & Napolian album this month via Cascine. Their last single was definitely a favorite from Playlist 16.