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    Nuojuva – Valot kaukaa

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    The Preservation label presents Valot kaukaa, the second album from Finnish producer Olli Aarni. Valot kaukaa is the first work for Aarni under a new name, Nuojuva, having previously appeared under the name Ous Mal. As Ous Mal, Aarni’s 2010 debut album, Nuojuva Halava took the early promise of his CD-R releases into a beautiful realisation of a unique sound that evoked both a curious nostalgia and a sense of future pathways, combining classical overtures, narcotic beats and warm atmospherics into blissful song.  
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    James Murray – Floods

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    Every copy of Floods includes a signed insert and comes in a custom designed 4-panel recycled card sleeve. Everything has been sourced as ecologically responsibly as possible here in the UK. Sleeve, insert and disc are all individually rubber-stamped with James’ original artwork and each package is carefully assembled by hand. On the flood plain where James Murray grew up, twin rivers rose each winter fed by rainfall from nearby Welsh mountains. Breaking their banks they swept over pastures and hedgerows, tore at the fabric of the land and isolated remote villages. It was here, in a makeshift studio on high ground, that James began to explore sound using scavenged instruments and homemade electronics. Floods returns to that landscape; an acknowledgment and celebration of the destructive and regenerative power of the waters. It is also an attempt by the artist to reconcile with his personal floods, those mental waters that rise to submerge the will, that can at times be opposed and must at others be allowed to overwhelm.
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    thisquietarmy – Resurgence (2 x CD)

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    Thick glossy triplegatefold digipak… thisquietarmy’s newest album Resurgence is arguably his most accessible and varied record since his debut album Unconquered. It reveals another step forward into the extension of his signature shoegaze/drone-based compositions, incorporating many different elements of post-rock, post-punk, psychedelic, krautrock, industrial & doom. As a result, Resurgence is an eclectic blend of gauzy textures and rhythms, a fresh reconstruction of his unique musical style and personal influences, and an adventurous ride from one end of the drone spectrum to the other.  
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    Alexander Wendt – Unreleased Music For Visualizers

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    Alexander Wendt’s compositions have been described as “glacial electronic music” and environmental electronic sound, but strictly speaking this albums is not conceived from field recordings. Unreleased: Music For Visualizers assembles 13 silicone based tracks that were composed over a period of several years, and yet the album’s sound is cohesive and organic. The compositions are presented here as a triptych, exploring expansive terrain with Confluence Of Two Rivers, microscopic structures and sound sketches with Trio-Log (based on a collection of 3-letter words) and in form of a live set of about 20 minutes (. : .: ::).
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    thisquietarmy – Vessels

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    Montreal’s thisquietarmy create sublime yet massive walls of beautiful shimmering drone, at times with a near pop sensibility, at others near Industrial in its percussive bombast. ‘Vessels’ explores themes of the sea and man’s struggle with this relentless and all pervasive force, the music a perfect means of expressing both the flat calm and the force 9 storm. Eric Quach, the man behind thisquietarmy, is a prolific artist, and ‘Vessels’ is perhaps his most impactful work to date. ‘The Pacific Theater’ grips the listener in warm drone before slamming them into the rocks with epic percussion. Album closer ‘A Spanish Galleon’ takes a more gentle approach with clean guitar and washes of orchestral strings. The album is presented as a matte digipak CD with glued in booklet.
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    thisquietarmy – Aftermath

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    Aftermath is thisquietarmy’s fourth album and first for Basses Fréquences. Partially inspired and in respect to aesthetics by the works of German visual artist Anselm Kiefer, the setting of Aftermath takes place in the post-apocalyptic countryside and revolves around fallen angels as unexploded ordnances. In parallel, the compositions were also inspired by the sounds of crackling tubes and failing resistors captured by amplifiers during the recording process. Drones and melodies were built around these hissing sounds to create moods of tension and transitions from the remnants of destruction. These static interferences thus remained as important compositional elements, as if the whole themed-universe stemmed from a faraway buzz, in which the dawn of a new era reveals itself. With Aftermath, thisquietarmy manages to create the perfect light and heavy post-nuclear winter atmosphere, with a glimmer of hope appearing slowly like sun rays through massive dust clouds.
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    thisquietarmy – Blackhaunter

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    Thisquietarmy is the ambient/drone project of Eric Quach, from Montreal post-shoegazer band Destroyalldreamers. His guitar-based sonic experimentations challenge the boundaries of the conventional guitar-drone mould by combining both non-frigid song structure and ambiance together, blending layers of textures over textures, merging faint growing melodies in a beautiful sea of noise & tightening loose ends together. “Blackhaunter” is Thisquietarmy’s sophomore album, which its themes revolve around inner demons and the darker side of affairs. The cleansing ritual is processed in slow-motion throughout six powerful mood-shifting tracks, while struggling deeply between the realms of ghostly dreams and sexy nightmares. Extra spicy agony, martial metronomic beats & haunting suffocation included. Expect to wake up from this deliverance covered in sweat!
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    Thisquietarmy – Unconquered

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    From the mellow opening of“Immobilization”, through grandiose “Battlefield Arkestrah” and “The Sun Destroyers”, gloomy “Death of a Sailor”, to closing notes of “Empire”, Eric Quach manages to capture the essence of contemporary alternative guitar experimentation while maintaining disturbing but also captivating aural atmosphere. “Unconquered” presents this musical project as consciously standing among the best artists of this genre, which is symbolized by the guest appearance of Aidan Baker. On the other hand, Thisquietarmy, already on his debut album,looks far into the future and crosses the boundaries, the best sign of which are the clean female vocals of Meryem Yildiz in one of the tracks – something not common in the field of ambient drone guitar music. Eric’s experience in DESTROYALLDREAMERS, numerous live performances, brave open mind and genuine artistic freedom allowed him to deliver his first official debut full-length album in a flawless and extraordinary way.
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    Apillow – Leaves Winter Alone

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    Screenprinted on Arigato Pack sleeves and hand-packaged by Patrick Lacharité, Kit Malo & Eric Quach. Cyan CDR on hub, limited to 200 copies. Apillow is a solo project from Patrick Lacharité – guitarist and sound engineer for Below the Sea. After successfully leading Below The Sea through 3 full-length albums on Where Are My Records and several tours around the world (Europe, Japan, Canada, USA), Patrick Lacharité finally releases a disc of his very own solo work. Apillow carves and crafts four tracks out of the glacial silence, tinkers on an old lonely piano, gently scratches his guittar and processes it through airy effects and mixes it all up with computer-generated percussions to create imaginative and complex build-ups within the minimalism realm. Much like those of Below The Sea, Apillow’s compositions have these very cinematic and melancholic qualities to them, while being light, sunny and upbeat. This could be your perfect soundtrack for the current autumnal season and you’d wish it’d never ends.
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    Mark Harris – An Idea of North / Learning to Walk

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    “An Idea of north / learning to walk” is the latest album from UK sound and visual artist Mark Harris. Back in the winter of 2010 he found himself snowed-in due to a unusual flurry of extreme weather.  
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    Machinefabriek – Brokstukken

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    A mini album with 6 short loop based tracks made mostly with guitar, looper pedals and a Korg Monotron. Machinefabriek specially constructed the recordings on ‘Brokstukken’ using off-cuts, sections and samples of fragmented found sounds. The tracks included here develop very slowly and disintegrate intermittently, dropping back into unstructured bleeps and murmurs. The tension built using subtle deep textures and silence is woven masterfully across the 6 tracks. ‘Brokstukken’ is an engaging excursion across the borders into lo-fi noise. Perfectly paced and wonderfully understated.
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    Cokiyu – Your Thorn Remixes

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    he music of Cokiyu borns with Your Thorn Remixes again, superb 17 track full volume album of new material from the Japanese female artist’s 2nd full-length Your Thorn. the remixes features a many international acts like Opiate (hobby industries/morrmusic), Shigeto (ghostly International), Girl With The Gun (new project of Populous), 1000 Names (black acre), A Lily (dynamophone), Praezisa Rapid 3000 (doumen), Tokyo Bloodworm (moteer), Vieo Abiungo (lost tribe sounds), The Remote Viewer (city centre offices), Scissors and Sellotape (cotton goods/fracture). the package also features aus, Turalica, NETWORKS from Japan and the bonus tracks for digital are winner remixes of Noah, 34423, Geskia & Pawn and Polyphonic Parachute from Your Thorn Remix Contest.
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    Wenngren / Bissonnette – The Meridians of Longitude

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    How long does a moment last? Well, it depends. On the speed at which you’re moving, for example. It is said that a particle in a particle accelerator, as it approaches the speed of light, experiences a corresponding slowing down of time. At such a momentum, a single second lasts the equivalent of many years lived at a more sedentary pace. This effect is called time dilation, and is one of many described by Einstein’s famous equation e = mc2.
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    Cokiyu – Mirror Flake

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    Ee-mastered edition with bonus remixes from Ametsub (mille plateaux/progressive form), Tyme. and Geskia (flau). Open up your ears to the new era of Japanese contemporary pop music. We are proud to announce flau’s first cd release Mirror Flake, is the beautiful debut album by the talented female artist cokiyu who hails from Ehime, Japan. As a vocalist, she participated in albums and live performances of aus. Mirror Flake sets a new standard in the genre of bedroom pop. The album instills soft-hearted shoegaze sounds into delicately beautiful melodies which are organically mixed with the graceful use of instruments like toy piano, music box, guitar (by ueda takayasu), and the gorgeous whispery voice of cokiyu that has sparkled in Curveland of aus. Mirror Flake is definitely a must have for the fans of Japanese pop. – flau  
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    The Boats – Faulty Toned Radio

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    The 6th outing onto waters uncharted for the enigmatic Boats. Uncharted waters simply because The Boats refuse to be channeled into the niche so easily assigned to them. Having been kindly approached by aus and the Flau stable from Japan, for a statement of their musical intent, The Boats obliged. True to hearfelt form, they have generously delivered their most accomplished, and highly personal ships log to date. But listen closely, and dont get too comfortable with your dividing fencelines of genres as the horizon is blurred from on the ship’s deck by the haze of distance from familiar isles.  
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    aus – After All

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    After the huge success of his previous albums “Lang” and “Curvelands”, Yasuhiko Fukuzono (aka aus) quickly became one of the top electronic artists in Japan. And “After All” is the 6th album from his own label flau, following the highly acclaimed “Curveland” which was released on Moteer in 2007. All the tracks are brand new based on the songs he made when he was a teenager.  
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    Yellow6 – Drifting For The Horizon

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    7 tracks totalling 63 minutes recorded during 2011. First time on CD (not CDr) for a merry6mas release. 250 copies in stamped card sleeve with full colour insert.
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    Yellow6 – Sounds and Moving Pictures

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    Live in Europe 2011 CD/DVD Set… Recorded live in Europe Spring 2011 at the Live Looping Festival, Antwerp. Additional live recordings processed by David Newlyn as ‘Comatose with the Season (Pts 1-6)
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    Kleefstra / Pruiksma / Kleefstra – Deislieper

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    CD Digipak with booklet edition of 500… The Kleefstra brothers, Romke and Jan are members of the Dutch improv band Piiptsjilling along with Rutger Zuydervelt (Machinefabriek) and Mariska Baars (Soccer Committee). In 2008 Piiptsjilling recorded its first acclaimed, untitled album and since the brothers have worked and recorded together with several other musicians. Their music invariably involves the experimental guitar playing of Romke in combination with the spoken word in Frisian, an old European minority language by Jan. Sometimes dreamy, melancholic and melodic, sometimes dark, haunting and noisy, but always instant music, both in the studio and on stage.
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    Maps & Diagrams ‎– The Town Beneath The Sea

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    So there I am sat at work one day, minding my own business, when I get this email, all humble-like and asking if I would mind checking out not one record, but two. The email was from a certain Tim Martin who just so happens to be a co-worker of mine and a very good friend, but who I was pretty sure didn’t play music unless he was drunk and then it was just table banging. Then it slowly dawned on me that it was a totally different Tim Martin - the genius behind the Maps and Diagrams moniker.  
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    Maps & Diagrams ‎– Lights Will Call On You

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    If neurologists could download the sounds of the synapses to a handful of brief, representative MP3 files, what would they sound like? Not the inner voice. Too theatrical, too bent on rehearsing the next speech or recapitulating the last one. Think past that, to the background hiss of capillary blood near the ears: a known quantity, where we shouldn’t reside too long. Further still are the loops and echoes of remembered sounds, voices, and songs, and the way those compete with the macro-lens immediacy of real noises around us, and those noises we create: the hum of appliances. The benign scatting of wind chimes. The clink of glasses. In short, what if we could stream the subjective music of simply being human? What would researchers name the first of these files? The first six minutes of strictly neurological music? How about something like “Her Thoughts Are Her Own?”
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    He Can Jog – Norwood, Wisconsin

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    He Can Jog is the work of Erik Schoster, a computer musician from Wisconsin. That is about all he likes to say about his work, understated as ever. The truth is he has been one of my absolute favourite artists for a number of years now and his Middlemarch release on the ever wonderful Audiobulb label is still one of the most played in my house.  
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    Polar M – Northern Birds

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    Polar M is the solo project of Masumi Muranaka who resides in Kyoto, Japan. His beautiful soundscapes are created mostly by electric guitar, and he is also a guitarist for musicians of various genres in Japan.  
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    Naoto Taguchi – Nostalgia

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    Naoto Taguchi, originally from Sapporo and currently living in Tokyo, is an audiovisual artist with a strong musical background (having played the piano since his early childhood) who is also interested in programming, photography, design in general and spinning records as a DJ and beatmaking. He locates himself between minimalist electronica, dubmatics and quirky experimental sound. ‘Nostalgia’ is his international debut and shows a wonderful sense of detail in his structures, whilst never betraying his inate melodic progressions. This is one of the most fun but delicately made records we have put out to date.
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    Autistici – Amplified Presence

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    David Newman’s work as an artist and label owner has always quietly amazed me and been a source of great inspiration, but his most recent record marks David out as one of the most talented, unique and wild (yes, wild) artists around. Autistici’s ‘Amplified Presence’ is one of the most expansive and deeply imaginative works we’ve heard in a long time.  
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    Félicia Atkinson – O-RE-GON

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    O-RE-GON was recorded by Félicia Atkinson in Portland, Oregon at Adam Selzer’s Type Foundry Studio. The album was made on one rainy day in July 2010, when Félicia had already been traveling for 2 months coast to coast in the United States. She was just recovering from a Lyme disease she caught a week before in upstate New York in the deep woods. The sound engineer Adam Selzer showed Félicia all the instruments she could use, most of them she never played before: a fender rhodes, a marimba, and a harmonium, but also some she had used before: a (this time) golden electric guitar and a piano: this is how this day of musical wonder began. Félicia didn’t have any idea what she wanted to play, she had not touched an instrument for two months and wanted the tracks to be completely improvised. So they captured one track in the morning, Grey & Green, and one track in the afternoon: Green & Grey.  
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    Davis / Kleefstra / Kleefstra – Tongerswel

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    Gareth Davis and the Kleefstra brothers got to know one another when Jan Kleefstra received an album from Gareth by mail-order by mistake. He liked the album though and told Gareth through MySpace. The contact was made and a plan to meet up and make some music was quickly formed.  
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    Maninkari – The Half Forgotten Relic of a Dream

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    With The Half Forgotten Relic of a Dream, Maninkari enters a new era. After three albums taken from the same studio sessions, they are back with more direct and refined tracks. As usual, Maninkari uses a great deal of instruments in many styles (cimbalom, cello, viola, synthesizers, percussion instruments), which is quite genre-breaking, without taking the easy way out.  
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    Larkian / Yellow6 – Offtempo

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    The history of Larkian and Yellow6 traces back to around 2001 when Cyril was running the Tricycle Evolutif record label. He invited Jon to release a 7″ single on the label and this, ‘Grey’ was released early 2002. There were some discussions about a split release at the time but this never came about. Forward to 2009 and Cyril and Jon get back in contact via individual releases on the same labels (October Man, Cathedral Transmissions). Cyril sends a track for Jon to contribute to and the collaboration that has become ‘Offtempo’ began. After around a year of file exchange, composition and recordings, the first common collaborative effort by Yellow6 and Larkian was ready to find a home.  
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    Yann Novak – Presence

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    Yann Novak is a sound, video and installation artist living and working in Los Angeles. His work utilizes different forms of digital documentation as a point of departure. Through the digital manipulation of these sound and image files, his works serve as a translation from documents of personal experiences into an open ended autobiographical narrative. By choosing subject matter that is also relatable to the audience, Novak’s work creates a hybrid state, balancing between his own personal history and that of the audience. Yann has had previous works released on Line, Infrequency, White Line Editions. In addtion Yann manages the label Dragon’s eye which has seen numerous works by the artist released.  
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    Mark Fry / The A Lords – I Lived In Tress

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    Released by RCA Italy with little fanfare in 1972, Mark Fry’s Dreaming With Alice is one of those very particular albums whose potency and poetry seem to owe everything to their era but whose virtues only gain traction, and with it coach-loads of interested parties, many years, if not the odd epoch, after their conception. Effectively a late-period psych-folk obscurity that became a record connoisseur’s Holy Grail once all things vaguely Incredible String Band-shaped became once again à la mode in the middle of the last decade, Dreaming With Alice, frequently bootlegged and described by Dream magazine as “one of those albums that feels like a secret you can’t wait to share”, had finally found its time and place.  
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    Mountainhood – America (2 x CD)

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    New mammoth 2 disc set from Michael Curtis Hilde aka Mountainhood, following on from releases with Important, Reverb Worship and Blackest Rainbow.  
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    Sub Loam – The Ley Hunter’s Companion

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    Back in stock: Limited Edition of 230 Hand-Numbered Copies. CD in colour wallet in 7″ sleeve. Sleeve folds out to 14″ poster…  
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    Mountain Ocean Sun – Peace Conference

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    Mountain Ocean Sun’s search for deep peace, heavy drones, and sound healing has found them jamming with Deerhoof in Detroit, starting an organic music society in the extreme tropical heat of the Matthaei Botancial Garden on new years day, and all the way back to their first performance at a 500 year-old buddhist temple in Osaka, Japan.  
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    Liondialer – LIVE!

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    Made up of Greg Haines & Danny Saul, Liondialer were formed in Manchester during 2007, and are now split between Manchester and Berlin. They play entirely improvised music on sporadic shows and tours around Europe.  
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    Danny Saul – Harsh, Final

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    As guitarist with Tsuji Giri (Manchester’s biggest and best kept secret ‘almost’ band of recent years, alongside The Sonar Yen), Saul self-released a Steve Albini-recorded album in 2005, with the band promptly self-destructing upon release. After all the tribulations associated with the process of production and shared decision-making, Danny rethought every aspect of how to perform and record with the minimum of intervention or interference; Harsh, Final is the culmination of a bloody minded pursuit for a personal satisfaction in both making music and Doing Things Right. ‘Your Death’ opens the album with softly plucked acoustic guitar, and proceeds to build layers of acoustic and electric guitars into a hazed atmosphere, which suddenly comes into focus as the track s defining chords state that this is a song, and that everything put in place so far is only framework. And in many ways this typifies what makes the record really tick: the fission between the pull of the songs and the musical dynamics working within and yet outside them. Be sure – Danny Saul is very much not a conventional singer-songwriter, with all the compromise and baggage that carries with it.  
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    Warm Widow – Widower

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    Manchester’s Warm Widow never really intended to make this album – well, not in the way that “Widower” presents itself anyway. This was supposed to be the scratchy blueprint for the actual Warm Widow album, recorded, you know, like proper albums are recorded: in a recording studio perhaps, with an array of ‘appropriate’ microphones, with an actual producer (or certainly an engineer), and time to allow the band the breathing space to ‘nail it’, with additional options to try multiple takes and overdubs – in general, recording with a certain amount of control and ease.  
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    Robe. – Time Dilation

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    Drone/noise in the vein of older Burial Hex, but there’s some more subdued guitar-based action going on here. Like a much, much more interesting version of (unfortunately coincidentally named) Robedoor. The sound of ceremonies drifting across great fogged expanses of time and space. Some moments, especially the last track “Final Glimpse” remind of dark ambient classics like Lustmord’s Heresy and Lull’s Cold Summer.
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    Richard A Ingram – Consolamentum

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    White Box Recordings have so far proven that they are a label to be reckoned with. Previous offerings from the likes of Danny Saul and Liondialer demonstrate that these guys mean business and Consolamentum confirms this as he presents a stunning collection of expressive compositions…  
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    Fursaxa – Alone In The Dark Wood

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    Alone in the Dark Wood is the fifth full-length release from West Philly-based solo artist TAra Burke aka Fursaxa who boasts a fan base with the likes of Bardo Pond, Acid Mothers Temple and Thurston Moore who released a record by her on his Ecstatic Peace! imprint.  
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