Category: Trans

Tycho – Dive

Tycho – Dive AMG Review: The transcendental soundscapes of San Francisco’s Scott Hansen sparkle and shine in Tycho’s first Ghostly release. The San Francisco graphic designer/electronic musician stays dedicated to the musical styles of Boards of Canada and Ulrich Schnauss, with liquid keyboards drizzled over gentle beats, but as the popularity of chillwave continues to […]

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Solar Fields – Origin # 02

Solar Fields – Origin # 02 Solar Fields – Origin # 02 is the second chapter in a series of four retrospective albums presenting previously unreleased music by Solar Fields. A few years ago, the artist dived into his studio archives and discovered little gems that had been left aside and forgotten. A simple idea […]

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Tengri – Shipibo

Tengri – Shipibo       ashoka.com.pl: Till now it has never happened to me to review any kind of EP, but as soon as I discovered that Tengri, whom I have met this year through an album called ICAROS, once more draws an attention to himself even before the end of the year 2013, […]

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Asura – Life²

Asura – Life² discogs.com: Undoubtedly the most mature Asura release to date, Asura – Life² is a stunning musical journey from beginning to end. The flow of the album is natural and effortless, starting with the massive Golgotha, then seamlessly flowing through relaxing atmospheres (such as the Galaxies) as well as the more aggressive goa-influenced […]

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Solar Fields – Random Friday

Solar Fields – Random Friday In the late 90s, Göteborg based Swedish composer Magnus Birgersson created Solar Fields – Random Friday, a project considered like one of the most productive and creative in the Scandinavian electronic music scene. As a High-Tech sound designer and multi-instrumentalist, Magnus Birgersson developed Studio Jupiter, a living museum of machines […]

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