Here's a review for the original CD! Gareth Hardwick makes some beautiful Guitar drone. It's as simple as that. I find it difficult to describe this music. It has so much feeling if you tune into it and just let yourself go. If …view full details.
Aquarelle is here with one side of white wax numbering the two tracks. Ryan Potts he's really called to his homies, I think his genuine name would have suited this release better, twinned wit…view full details.
That's a right combo! Scott and TX on one record. Yikes! The story goes that Dag was asked to score a film about how group mentality rules our behavior as humans for a film by a Juriaan Booij. Dag said 'wayayeman, I'll 'ave a goo pet' and he asked…view full details.
This is a trio of Netherlands based people who have collaborated with the likes of Machinefabriek (haven't they all?) Peter Broderick (er....haven't they all?) Gareth Davis, Nils Frahm, Greg …view full details.
Machinefabriek is a very prolific chap. I've lost count of how many releases he's had out but let's just say it's quite a lot. This week sees the release of a new collaborative CD with said Rutger and Aussie sound artist Tim Catlin on Gareth Hardwick…view full details.
Spartak are an Australian duo comprising of Shoeb Ahmad (guitar, electronics) and Evan Dorrian (drums, percussion). Verona is the follow up to 'Tales From The Colony Room', released a while back on hellosQuare. Slightly more focused and melodic than …view full details.
Ant here getting old and frail.. Oh my aching body. Time to park my behind on a chair and take my medicine. Doctor Gareth Hardwick has the prescription in the form of his Aversions disc which is a fine collection of remixes from the dronemeister. On …view full details.
As far as I'm aware this is the first proper CD release from this Brooklyn artist, better known as Vakhchav, who's had a bunch of CDr releases out on Blackest Rainbow amongst others. Using guitar, analogue modular synthesizer and electronics he cr…view full details.
Ambient drone music, eh? What's that all about anyway? We sell an awful lot of it, perhaps because it's so easy to hum along to. This is another of those records. You're probably reading thi…view full details.
Low-Point quickly follow up the excellent Celer - 'Brittle' CD with an album from Danish artist P Jorgensen. 'To' probably falls into the ambient drone category and feels very introspective. The field recordings add a lovely earthy feel to the mix. I…view full details.
This is the second collaboration between Rutger Zuydervelt and this Australian guitarist and sound artist. The creation involved prepared guitar and sitar from Catlin given over to Machinefabriek who draws out extended tones and drones adding addi…view full details.
Time to wrap yourself up in a warm ambient drone blanket courtesy of Christopher Hipgrave. This is Dan's 3rd album (is it OK if I call Christopher Hipgrave 'Dan'?) and here he continues his foray into all things ambient, drifty, click, crackly and…view full details.
The latest offering from Low Point comes from Fabio Orsi and Seaworthy in the form of the 'Near and Faraway' disc which is currently calming the office after another bloody hectic day. It consists of three parts, the first of which is 'Evening By Eve…view full details.
The ever prolific Machinefabriek has a new album out. This one is a collaboration with Freiband (Frans De Waard) on Gareth Hardwick's Low Point label. It's called 'Oahu' and it's an interesting beast. It starts off with a short 90 second segement of …view full details.
Here is Gazza's 3rd album proper released on his own Low Point label. It was recorded using guitar, harmonium, cymbals, chimes, dictaphone and radio. So there's more of a colourful template on this release to previous Hardwick numbers. You got 2 t…view full details.
We've had a few decent releases in from Gareth Hardwick and here's another!! This one is split with Taiga on Low Point Records. There's just 300 of these and they come with a free download for your MP3 twatbox. As handy as they are (I have one..) I j…view full details.
You know when I first clocked this ‘Mane Blooms’ 7” by Celer I must admit that I had my reservations about how suitable their music is/how it would translate to the format. However after a few listens I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s a…view full details.
If I was to have a decent nickname instead of the lumpen & idiotic Dangerous Brian, it would have to be Chubby Wolf. Alas I cannot adopt that moniker because it belongs to the late Danielle Baquet-Long of Celer. This is the first time i've act…view full details.