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    Silent Land Time Machine – I am no longer alone with myself

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    Gorgeous slab of heavyweight vinyl with printed inner sleeves in a limited run of 500 copies… Silent Land Time Machine’s latest work I am no longer alone with myself and can only artificially recall the scary and beautiful feeling of solitude speaks in an oneiric and numinous tongue but is replete with durability and coherence – a rare and intriguing mixture. There exist only subtle threads of aesthetic continuity from the artist’s debut &hope still (TIME-LAG Records), where guitar dominates in the main, with the music shifting its emphasis toward micro electronic assemblages – at times damaged, turbulent, and percussive, at others lulling, plaintive, and melodic – with naïve, organic, and lucidly processed string arrangements woven throughout. All this aesthetic revision is accomplished while increasing the breadth, accessibility, and emotional resonance of his sonic palette.
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    Panabrite – Illumination

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    300 copies pressed on 140g vinyl in heavyweight reverse-printed sleeves… Norm Chambers’ music travels like a deep mental odyssey in a labyrinth of serene echoes. Beyond the sounds, there is the sentiment of peacefulness, a cinematic mosaic of colors, flashing in your mind. Searching for constant illumination, you slowly float in open space… Random sequences of data wandering the sky, quick streams of light buzzing around you, lost in hypnotic corridors leading to new environments, discovering glittering gems… A fantastic trip filled with dystopian drones, analog birds & IDM beats. Get lost in the light. – Francesco De Gallo. Mastered by Seth Christman. Artwork by Aaron Troyer.
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    Clark / Camden – Split Series Vol. 4

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    This record has been issued in a hand-numbered edition limited to only 300 copies. The artwork was made by the talented Swiss designer, Rachel Bloch… The idea behind this split was to reunite friends. While in the studio working on his first solo album, Matthew Hale Clark recorded additional tracks for that matter. The first collaboration with three:four records through the :take: & white/lichens split was a success, so it’s only natural that this new record takes part in our split series… to our greatest delight. Matthew Hale Clark and Ken Camden are especially known for their commitment in white/light and Implodes. Here, Matthew Hale Clark gave up stratospheric drones and opted for an acoustic piece. Directly inspired by primitive American folk, SLC Suite is an acoustic guitar track with finger-picking that develops towards more contemporary and cosmic atmospheres, with Jeremy Lemos’ contribution on pedal-steel guitar and shruti-box and, Frank Rosaly on drums. This was beautifully recorded at Soma studios. On the other side, Ken Camden’s tracks have nothing in common with the A side. But he too strays from his usual music making for Implodes by offering two pieces based on guitar with effects. Moisture and Algoma Summer lean towards synthetic-type and psychedelic drones, and their twilight beauty is breathtaking. Although very different in style, both sides are surprisingly and gracefully complementary.
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    Lemos / Jencik – Split Series Vol. 5

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    This record has been issued in a hand-numbered edition limited to only 300 copies. The artwork was made by the talented Swiss designer, Rachel Bloch… In a reaction to the collaboration between Matthew Hale Clark and Ken Camden, both active members of white/light and Implodes from Chicago, their friends and colleagues Jeremy Lemos (from white/light) and Matt Jencik (from Implodes) are also releasing a split record for us. Needless to say that sharing two records with members from those bands we love is a huge honor. Jeremy Lemos is a real sound artist. He works on many projects as a sound engineer and contributed more recently with Disappears. The 10 minutes epic Out with the Old is a striking proof of modular drones and loop making. As always with Jeremy, heavy and stormy atmospheres meet bright sparks. Matt Jencik is also offering some drone moments. After an introductory piece (Conservative Fucks), Hollow Bodies’ floating glows seem more in peace than those of Jeremy Lemos, but equally ambient. The ideal soundtrack for daydreaming; if only there was a way to activate the “repeat” function on your turntable!
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    Birds of Passage & I’ve Lost – I Was All You Are

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    Following a run of critically acclaimed releases, New Zealand’s Alicia Merz returns once again under her Birds Of Passage moniker, joined this time by I’ve Lost – the solo project of US based experimental artist Bobby Jones. While Birds Of Passage is something of a Fluid Radio regular, Jones last popped up on our collective radar all the way back in 2010 with the excellent Dissociative Fugue, appearing on Portugal’s Feedback Loop label (incidentally, Feedback Loop’s curator Leonardo Rosado also created a collaboration LP titled The Dear And Unfamiliar with the ever busy Merz, still available from Denovali). I Was All You Are commences with the title track, which at fourteen minutes takes up roughly half the EP’s length. The piece begins with thick ambient textures quite dark in timbre, setting a suitably charged atmosphere until Merz’s vocals join the mix. Indeed, the inspired pairing sees Merz and Jones move firmly into their roles from the opening number, each artists’ strengths complemented by their counterpart. While Jones provides a musical foundation and his work is in a complementary role, it is essential nonetheless and the artist shows both great restraint and a keen ear in order to play just what is necessary to allow Merz to shine.
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    Listen To The Weather

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    Limited edition run of 100 hand numbered copies resting in yellow paper sleeves with inserts… Listen to the Weather is a web-based project, produced for the Ear to the Earth festival, which uses sound to examine the role water plays in our ecosystem, as well as in our collective psyche. Contributing artists from various international locations begin with weather data from the area they live in and a sample from a song of their choice which references water. The data and samples are then combined to create a soundpiece that is unique both artistically and geographically. Starting with pure frequencies and samples draws attention to the raw data involved in studying our climate but also references the nuanced ways the environment informs our creative practices. Water already means different things to different people – growing up in drought-stricken Cyprus will give you a different understanding of its importance to living in rainy England. But as we respond to rising tides and more extreme climactic conditions it is set to shift in meaning once again. Listen to the Weather aims to explore how water has contributed to our understanding of being human and suggest that these understandings will shift as our climate changes.
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    Wil Bolton – Under A Name That Hides Her

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    Limited edition of 200: We are very happy to be selling the limited edition first 100 copies that come with a CD, beautifully printed postcard, download code, plus a nice little Hibernate business card… Despite being a difficult subject to put into words, nostalgia nevertheless attracts a great deal of fascination and is something that every individual can relate to. It is often close to the heart of the artist, shaping their identity and aesthetic and providing the inspiration for many a project. We welcome back Wil Bolton to Hibernate with his first vinyl release; we are pleased to present an album that places nostalgia at the heart of its overriding theme. It was conceived when Wil set out to create an album that was inspired by the guitar bands he listened to as a teenager, such as The Cure, The Smiths, The Velvet Underground and My Bloody Valentine. He strived to transmit his nostalgic recollection of adolescent musical influences into a heavily treated, droned out muffled and crumbling sonic environment. He wanted to create something that sonically presents his nostalgia, sounding submerged or decaying, as if heard through a veil the way memories and images become distorted over time.  
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    Damian Valles – Nonparallel (In 4 Movements)

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    Includes the LP and download code. First round of orders will also come with a nice poster edition… Nonparallel (In Four Movements), is composed and arranged entirely from samples from the recordings of avant-garde Western classical composers and computer music released by the Nonesuch label in the 60s and 70s. In working with the material, Valles wanted to enter into its very lineage, to forge a dialogue with it, to both extrapolate something essential from it and contribute to its legacy by using it to create an original work some three decades later. Divided into four movements, it is a nuanced album of subtle complexities that took roughly three years to complete.  
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    Marielle V Jakobsons – Glass Canyon

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    Includes the LP and download code. First round of orders will also come with a nice poster edition… It’s been a little while since we’ve last heard from Oakland-based sound artist Marielle Jakobsons in a solo capacity, but that’s certainly not to say she hasn’t been busy. Last year saw full-length outings by her two duo projects, Date Palms and Myrmyr, and already in 2012 works with Bay Area drone ensemble Portraits and trio recordings with Helena Espvall and Agnes Szelag have been released. Her last major solo outing (under the nom-de-plume Darwinsbitch) came in form of the dark, complex Ore, released by Digitalis in 2009. With Glass Canyon, Jakobsons presents her first major work under her own name, a decision which perhaps offers a bit of insight into her compositional intentions on the album itself. Jakobsons sought to strip down her creative process to primarily just synthesizer and violin as a way of focusing, as she puts it, “on where two timbres meet.”  
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    Black Eagle Child – Go Around, Again

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    Boasting a resume of twenty five releases as Black Eagle Child, Michael Jantz has established himself as a versatile artist capable of evolving with medium and melody. Go Around, Again further establishes Jantz as a formidable talent enabled by his creativity and the ability to transform intricate idea into blissful sound. Born during the recording of Lobelia, Go Around, Again bears little resemblance to its epochal twin. Jantz explains the differences between the two by referencing the clever wordplay of the album title: “It’s a conceptual title playing on the minimalist compositions, repeating patterns, etc.”  
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    Padang Food Tigers – Ready Country Nimbus

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    Warm… Embracing… Nostalgic… Emotive. A few words to describe the indefinable, thrown into the wind to pin the immersive atmospheres located within the wax of Padang Food Tigers’ (ex-drone folk heroes, Rameses III) new album, Ready Country Nimbus. Comparable to feathers floating in the breeze, this London-based duo (Stephen Lewis and Spencer Grady) make their gentle passage via sublime vignettes to set up residence in pastures new. Theirs is the sound of dirt and cobwebs being swept from the corners of childhood memories. The world weeps tears of knowledge, comfort, concentration, enlightenment, while handing flowers to a parade of beautiful women. Ready Country Nimbus is an emotional sepia-tinged blend of tones, gospel, and spirit. It’s more than music, it’s a swelling presence. It’s inflated poetry, bent and focused through the necks of guitars, banjos and nature. It’s kind of holy.  
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    Philippe Petit – Eugenie

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    Limited Edition of 500 copies on 300gsm full color sleeve with 140 Gram Black vinyl (33rpm)… Internationally acclaimed French sound-artist Philippe Petit, the self-described, “musical travel agent” in conjunction with French/Swiss label Alrealon Musique, announce the release of ‘Eugenie’. Comprising four stellar tracks of avant-garde/classical/soundtrack and released as a 10-inch vinyl record and digital. This stunning piece of musical modern art entitled ‘Eugenie’ will be available on May 28, 2012. Philippe Petit describes ‘Eugenie’ as “a cinematic adventure, where luscious string arrangements convey a whole world of emotion and the organic sound of the instruments is never overshadowed by the machines. The EP came to mind with the birth of my daughter Eugenie who is now 4 and its’ artwork was made by her under the guidance of her mother.”
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    Jeff Grace – Meek’s Cutoff (Music From The Motion Picture)

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    Limited edition 10″ virgin vinyl run of 250 in a gorgeous sleeve includes hand numbered insert of liner notes and photographs of the file and download code… and I’m honoured to present it here on 10″ virgin vinyl, in a gorgeous sleeve, including a small insert of liner notes and photographs of the file. Kelly Riechardt has directed several films, An Old Joy, Wendy and Lucy, and last year saw the release of Meek’s Cutoff. A slow burning, bleak film following a small group of settlers traveling across the Oregon High Desert with their guide Stephen Meek. What follows is increased paranoia and tension as they start to believe Meek does not the territory he has lead the group in to. The film was released to some fantastic reviews and Michelle Williams recently won the Hollywood Film Festival Award for Best Actress for Meek’s Cutoff, My Week With Marilyn and Take This Waltz.  
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    Celer & Machinefabriek – Numa / Penarie

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    Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. Comes in a matte full colour jacket. Includes download with two videos by Marco Douma… After the release of their first 7-inch, ‘Maastunnel/Mt. Mitake’, Will and Rutger decided to make it a series, and continue with another. ‘Numa/Penarie’ is the second collaboration, containing all-original audio pieced together from snippets of much longer source material. The artwork is a collage of old postcards from Jimbocho in Tokyo, and the single is again accompanied with two beautiful videos by Marco Douma.
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    Jedadiah Bernards – Two Poems/Piano

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    5” Lathe cut record limited to 100 handmade copies / Comes in a small gatefold sleeve / Digital download code inside… These pieces came out of an exercise Jedadiah started in the winter of 2010. He had the opprotunity to record piano music in a very lovely church, near to his hometown. During the sessions the artist embedded himself with the poetry of Mary Jo Salter. Her work inspired him to approach these new piano pieces as poems of their own. Jedadiah started by following the rules of haikus, and eventually eased into a very lucid process, being very intimate with the how the piano worked in the large space around him.
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    Palestine / Schaefer – Day Of The Demons

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    Flame-red limited edition vinyl with full color custom die cut mask on 12 point card stock with elastic straps… Through the unending fog and beyond the impassable door, a voice emerges. Charlemagne Palestine, writhing in uncontrollable terror, moves to ward off the demons for the sake of the listener by howling through the void. Janek Schaefer bellies a haven, a cocoon for the listener to hide in, to grasp some semblance of life that remains and hold on to it dearly. Bells chime ominously to help dispel the haunting and are yet another stark reminder of the impending doom. What hath wrought them? What can be done against them? on this day, Charlemagne Palestine and Janek Schaefer have faced the darkness surrounding us, traversed through the fog, waded into the murky waters, and encountered demons that have surfaced from the dark recesses of the earth. herein lies the hope that was gained through facing the horror that was left unchained.
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    Quicksails – Silver Balloons In Clusters

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    Under The Spire has struck gold again with this, a vinyl reissue of Quicksails’ Silver Balloons In Clusters, which was originally released on cassette by Deception Island in early 2011. Ben Billington drops the sticks for the most part here and wires up the synths instead. Quicksails is a radically different sound for the man best known for his drum work in Tiger Hatchery and some almighty solo percussion sessions. Anyone who knows him from White Prism will have a better idea of what to expect. But that’s not to say the album is totally without a beat. ‘Must Never Catch It’ shakes past breezily on a tribal clatter and ‘A Million Knots’ unravels out of regal Kosmiche layers to start throbbing subtly at your temples, the loops loosening on their spools as gorgeous washes of pure space flow around them. Having said that, there are less percussive elements at play here than on past Quicksails releases. Instead Silver Balloons In Clusters allows samples and effects to carry it forward. ‘Deep Creak’, for example, is the aching sound of ghost ships approaching through thick fog. The ancient groans and crashing waves are pitted against alarm sounds, blaring out as if preparing shore-dwellers for imminent doom.  
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    En – Already Gone

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    Already Gone is the second full length album from West Coast dream-drone unit En, the duo of Maxwell August Croy and James Devane, following their well-received debut album The Absent Coast (released in 2010 on Root Strata, which Croy runs alongside Jefre Cantu-Ledesma). For their sophomore release, the pair have opened up their tonal palette considerably. While the comparisons that critics made of their first album to the work of Tim Hecker and Stars of the Lid still hold true, Already Gone finds Croy and Devane mining even richer sonic climes. Here, the duo pull back the curtain on some of their source material, a move that allows the diversity of their instrumentation to resonate. On The Sea Saw Swell, Croy’s acoustic koto pings across the stereo spectrum as a looping guitar figure from Devane apparates from the haze of a beautiful, slowly shifting drone. The side-long closer Elysia is likely the duo’s defining recording to date, an epic slow-burner that reaches heights both angelic and cacophonous. Ultimately, it is the harmonious marriage of the organic and the obscured that recurs throughout the album that proves its defining trait, and it is precisely what makes En stand out in the ever-growing field of contemporary drone/ambient musics.
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    Concessionaires – Artificial Interface

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    Concessionaires is the duo of Brad Rose and Pete Fosco. Brad is of course the mastermind of the esteemed Digitalis label and Foxy Digitalis webzine and is known also for his many musical projects, such as The North Sea, Charlatan, Altar Eagle, just to name a few. Pete is a guitarist born in Cincinnati Ohio and now resides on the other side of the Ohio river in Kentucky…he also plays in Early Tunnels with Jon Lorenz and as a sometimes guest member of Wasteland Jazz Ensemble. In the spring of 2010 and 2011 the Foscos made a road trip to Digitalis headquarters for the purpose of building friendships, sharing brews, and recording some messy synthesizer meets Fender Telecaster jams. After a few tape releases on Gift Tapes and Dial Square Tapes the boys decided it was time to do an LP. The always stellar Matt McDowell (Sagas, Waterfinder, Biological Radio) was kind enough to mix, remix and master from hours of long jams, and Artificial Interface is the result. ”Best enjoyed with a pot of chilli and a Bourbon barrel ale.
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    Flaherty / Corsano / Yeh Trio / Ambarchi

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    Oceans of drum kit fire bawling and fluttering string overtones fuse a complex web of ear asterism, infiltrated by a woozy sax line that soon reduces in duration and increases the overall vehemence with fragmented reed chewing rasp & roar joining a myriad of coordinates in this dense labyrinth of free magic. On the flip stunningly crafted harmonic percolations of feedback glare and riff particles slam into tantric drum force blast beats by Matt Skitz Sanders, on this unexpected monolith from Oren. Art by Paul Coors. The trajectory is straight for the horizon and bounds with a ceaseless velocity. This is one to crank up and lose your self in. – Foxy Digitalis
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    Infinite Light / Vibracathedral Orchestra (7″ Vinyl)

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    Vibracathedral drop straight into a heads down fully tranced narco-dust trail, with guitar-born fireflies leading the way through a never-changing backdrop heat haze of low-lying smoke-mist and earth-veined throb. Fx tweets and rattlesnake percussion shakes as mystic keyboard spirits blow in a weightless drift. The first cut from Infinite Light is a section lifted from a show featuring Barry Dean on guitar, Mick Flower on guitar and organ and Pete Nolan jamming the traps, and its a full, free-rock, psych-out captured through a heavy veil of no-fi smog. By the sounds of this they must have blasted open the trans-dimensional portal to some out-of-time temple rituals. Part two is the opposite, exchanging blasted group workout for a solo piece of harmonic guitar vignettes wrapped around a falsetto vocal cadence fluctuating at the point of saturation. Art by Barry Dean, design by Mick Flower.
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    McCann & Sullivan – Vanity Fair

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    Here we have Recital’s inaugural release, “Vanity Fair,” Sean McCann & Matthew Sullivan’s debut collaboration album. A fitting introduction to the ethos of Recital; the desire to turn a new page, to more accurately project what is significant and engaging in contemporary music. Matt and I had often talked about collaborating, as our musical understandings and interests align. Both drawn to minimalism and graceful ambience, we would trade tidbits and slivers of ideas casually over coffee or wine. For the better part of a year, we procrastinated our theoretical project, which in retrospect allowed our ideas to ferment. So when it actually came time to pop the cork and record, everything fell right into place.  
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    Konntinent – Kiruna (Vinyl/CD)

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      A limited edition vinyl pressing of 200 that includes a CD version of the album, plus a postcard with download code… Konntinent is the solo project of London based musician Antony Harrison. Both as Konntinent and through his other project names Arev Konn and Paco Sala, Antony has a discography that lists Home Normal, Sonic Pieces, Humming Conch and Symbolic Interaction as labels he has worked with. His live performances have meant he has been able to share the stage with artists such as Machinefabriek, Ian Hawgood, Simon Scott, Library Tapes, Jasper TX, Danny Norbury, Boduf Songs and Talvihorros.  
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    Hakobune – Recalling My Insubstantial Thoughts

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    How lucky we are to have some of these little beauties shipped in from Japan!!! Limited edition of 200 housed in paper sleeve with fabric seal… Hakobune is the moniker for Takahiro Yorifuji based in Japan and this is his 17th full length! Side A, the title track kicks things off with some nice lush electronic drones. REALLY lush. So simple, and so great. Harmonious and organic, it doesn’t even sound THAT electronic. The harmonies shift ever so slightly, barely noticeable. I feel like an ocean is singing and the harmonies are just washing over me in waves, but gentle ones! Side B, titled Maps, is also a drone affair but things sound a bit more – in music theory language – minor, or diminished, as opposed to the first side which had more of a major/happier vibe. Side B sounds a little more pensive. Some birds in the background. Frogs underneath the drone! Some very quiet waves crashing, or what could be wind. – Virtual Ritual
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    Mike Bruno & The Black Magic Family Band – In The Shade

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    Mike Bruno + the Black Magic Family Band’s 7″ release “In the Shade” is finally available for purchase through Stashed Goods and comes in a limited edition of 250 with front/back gorgeous silk screened prints, insert, sticker and badge…. Side A: 1. In The Shade (3:38) 2. Whits Wands For Morgan (2:06) Side B: 1.The Woods Of No Regret (5:22)
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    Mike Bruno – The Sad Sisters

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    Here’s a rather tasty slab of vinyl from the Haute Magie label that includes Black 12″ vinyl with red centre labels & black ink / white inner sleeves & full colour jackets / glossy black & white 11.5″ x 11.5″ insert – full lyrics & liner notes. Limited to 500 copies… There are a few albums which one will come across in their lifetime that will truly make an impact and leave a mark so definitive that the songs themselves become a part of every day’s rhythm. Like Mike Bruno’s “Black Horses”, these pieces are dark travellers in and of their own rite, littering the fairgrounds of mental carnivals across the world with their sweet lullabies and whispered whinnies.  
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    Michael Tapscott / Andrew Kenower – Good Morning, Africa

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    Ninth release of Michael Tapscott (founder of the american band Odawas) and first vinyl edition for Bookmaker Records, “Good Morning, Africa” alternates captivating ballads and dark instrumental tracks.
The result is a deep mix of folk songwriting, psychedelism and new age. Feat. Andrew Kenower (field recordings) and mastered by James Plotkin. With Tapscott’s expertise and Kernower’s deft, unobtrusive touch it flows naturally – the ballads stand out amidst ghostly clouds of Lynchian gloom like chinks of gold in a prospector’s pan. – Fluid Radio
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    Matt Rösner – Repeat (Deluxe White Vinyl)

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    Special limited edition white vinyl copies with individually numbered sleeves that include bespoke golden embossed inserts… Repeat offers 6 new works by Rösner that demonstrate the composer’s musical maturing since his debut release on 12×50 and a couple of releases of environmental and electronic sound in Australia and the US. He engages on Repeat with the sound of voice, recorded instruments and performers. Reminiscent of Morton Feldman, these works unfold their beauty over time. With additional material by Adam Trainer, Greg Taw and Alexander Wendt, this vinyl release explores patterns and structures – observations of Rösner’s environment at the oceanic West coast of Australia. Calculations based on the Fibonacci series laid out timing and structure of Lattices, the track that spans over the entire B-Side. It explores tones and frequencies over 20 minutes.
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    Matt Rösner – Repeat

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    Repeat offers 6 new works by Rösner that demonstrate the composer’s musical maturing since his debut release on 12×50 and a couple of releases of environmental and electronic sound in Australia and the US. He engages on Repeat with the sound of voice, recorded instruments and performers. Reminiscent of Morton Feldman, these works unfold their beauty over time. With additional material by Adam Trainer, Greg Taw and Alexander Wendt, this vinyl release explores patterns and structures – observations of Rösner’s environment at the oceanic West coast of Australia. Calculations based on the Fibonacci series laid out timing and structure of Lattices, the track that spans over the entire B-Side. It explores tones and frequencies over 20 minutes. Limited edition of 500
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    Expo 70 / Altair Temple

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    imited to just 300 copies… EXPO70 song recorded by Brodie Rush at the Goldroom KCMO during same session as “Death Voyage” Cd/Tape Justin Wright : Guitar, Analog drum machine and Moog ALTAÏR TEMPLE songs recorded at boogaloo, théâtre barbey and waldeck rousseau, mixed at radar house, Bordeaux. Fred : Guitar, effects, synth Johan : Analog synths, computer and audiomulch Mastered by Cyrille Gachet Artwork by LLCOOL JESUS JO
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    Cuni / Durand – Already Awake In The Night

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    Werner Durand is coming from the minimalist tradition. He performs his own music for saxophones, Iranian ney and self-made wind instruments since the late seventies, instruments which he enriched through a variety of materials and playing techniques, including digital delays, providing rich textures and ecstatic rhythms. He also started building wind instruments out of plexi-glass and PVC in the early 80s, which led to the foundation of the ensemble The 13th Tribe in 1990. He was a member of Arnold Dreyblatt’s Orchestra of Excited Strings and has collaborated with numerous composers/performers including David Behrman, David Moss, Muslimgauze, Henning Christiansen, David Toop, David Maranha and Ulrich Krieger.  
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    Artificial Memory Trace – Boto

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    Limited edition of 250 copies, hand numbered and includes a bespoke soft paper insert… Artificial Memory Trace is the long standing musical project of Slavek Kwi, who was born in Czechoslovakia, lived for 14 years in Belgium, and since 2000 has been based in Ireland. Slavek has been making music for more than 20 years under the label Artificial Memory Trace. His works are precise combinations of restructured (mostly) environmental sounds, where the notions of perception, sensation, cognition, and ultimately reality are questioned, notably through the use of musique concrète techniques and graphics scores, sometimes combined with elements of performance.
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    Nova Scotian Arms – Cult Spectrum

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    Nova Scotian Arms has concocted a sprawling, sophisticated catalog of winding compositions and dizzying drones. Grant Evans, who is also 1/2 of Quiet Evenings and co-curator of the Hooker Vision label, is the brains behind the entire operation. Throughout numerous releases he has shown a consistent ability to keep listeners guessing as he explores endless sonic territories. With Cult Spectrum, Evans is drowning himself in a hazy aural sea. Like much of his work, there is a very distinct mood on Cult Spectrum. This is funereal music that is stretched to its breaking point. Distant galaxies are buried underground in a delicate mix of sounds that are as cosmic as they are organic. This duality is at play straight-off with the masterful opener, “Gathering/Composition.” Soaring in crystal skies on beds of hiss, each strained note from Evans’ Rhodes piano that emerged from the murk is an anchor keeping the song and the mood gravity-stricken. It works to perfection, drawing in the listener immediately.  
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    Richard Youngs – Core To The Brave

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    With scores of releases both solo & in collaboration that stretch back for more than 20 years, Richard Youngs perhaps needs the least amount of introduction of any of the artists Root Strata has worked with. ‘Core To The Brave’ hits with a shock and never lets up. Composed of what appears to be blown out bass & spastic drum rhythms, these tracks cascade into shimmering loops of distortion, their weight reaching a critical mass that often feels likes it’s on the verge of ecstatic collapse. Everything is elevated further in & up by that one and only voice, floating over top like a lush wind come down from the mountains. – Root Strata
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    Swanson / Hell – Waiting For The Ladies

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    Vinyl reissue of the massively limited split LP from Yellow Swans’ Pete Swanson and darkened Kosmische operator Rene Hell, who each supply a side of new music. A1. Pete Swanson – Self Help B1. Rene Hl. – Walking In Tune B2. Rene Hl. – Bending (Voice) B3. Rene Hl. – Glass (Coke)  
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    Forsyth / Holtkamp – Early Astral

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    Chris Forsyth has recently been touring around Europe with his Paranoid Cat Band in support of their excellent LP on Family Vineyard as well as playing with Meg Baird on her recent record and a continuing member of the Peeesseye. Koen Holtkamp plays as part of Thrill Jockey’s Mountains, as well as releasing solo material on aformentioned Thrill Jockey and Type. On Early Astral Forsyth and Holtkamp team up, playing guitar and synthesizer and modular electronics respectively. The record consists to two tracks, each with a great kraut guitar groove, but frequently rocking into a blissed out epic psychedelic smog of wailing riffs and bubbling electronics.
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    Menagerie #3 (Vinyl/Book)

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    Jake Blanchard’s third volume of Menagerie finally shows up just over a year after #2… The concept this time is slightly different, not only do the artists create imagery based on the musicians music, but this time the musicians also create a track based on an image created by the artist. Two exclusive new tracks from each of these artists: Ben Nash, Isengrind, C Joynes and Twinsistermoon. And exclusive new artwork by Jim Stoten, Simon Fowler, Adrianne Neil and Jake Blanchard. The sleeve is a collaboration between Jake and Jim and it is incredible! The LP is pressed on heavyweight black virgin vinyl, packaged with a A5 12 page litho printed full colour booklet. Limited to 500 copies.
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    Isengrind – Night of Raining Fire

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    Solange Gularte (Natural Snow Buildings) returns for her second solo LP for Blackest Rainbow. A dreamy psychedelic haze of shimmering drones, minimal string plucking with barely-there vocals, Gularte’s sound is somewhat more far out in comparison to say Twinsistermoon or Natural Snow Buildings. Night Of Raining Fire showcases this with tracks like the almost medieval sounding Still Voyager, or the outsider folk sound of Nadirs of the Sun. The record comes packaged in a stunning full colour sleeve covered in Gularte’s strange surreal illustrators.
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    Refractor – Locus Suspectus

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    Edition of 200 Vinyl LP’s… All sound passed through a single synthesizer. Mixing, panning, decay, and reverb manipulated within the instrument. This was to embrace the limitations of one-take recordings with no additional editing. Sawtooth waves of synthesized ramblings with Marshall McLuhan and Aldous Huxley in mind. A Brave New World soundtrack to feed the connected one’s insatiable appetite for distraction.
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    Ensemble Economique – Crossing The Pass, By Torchlight

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    It’s an exquisite feeling, to taste the truth, to let it wrap you completely, to feel it’s ecstatic warmth, to let it ripple through you, to let you feel life with every breath, as if day and night are colliding, and sparks exploding, and the sky turning deep red, and night falls like a blanket, and the wind is a soft whisper, and the dune grass are like blades, piercing blackness. Ensemble Economique is Brian Pyle of Starving Weirdos and RV Paintings.  
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