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The Keep
Primer

Oliver Knowles is a musician with Indonesian heritage who bases himself in Gothenburg, Sweden. He records under the name The Keep. He makes music that is built from a series of drones. Primer was recorded in Barcelona and is inspired by Catalonian street festivals which he experienced during his time there. His Indonesian heritage appears in his music through samples of traditional Indonesian instruments. 
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Snow Ghosts
A Quiet Ritual

Following the first phase of their career, which saw an incredible nine records in a little over three years, Snow Ghosts return with yet another studio album, A Quiet Ritual. Their entrancing and weighty blend of electronica and post-rock this time encompasses a number of unusual instruments, including an Iron Age horn excavated from a site in Scotland. 

Snow Ghosts
A Wrecking

Some genre bending from Snow Ghosts. A Wrecking is the second full length from the trio. This one sets to be a journey into layered vocals, wilting synthesisers, electronics and acoustic instruments working in sinister harmony. Mixing dark electronica with folk-ish melodies and expansive arrangements. Out on vinyl LP and CD from Houndstooth.
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Snow Ghosts
Husk

British folktronica duo Snow Ghosts' latest offering is a collation of their two 2016 single releases, Lied and Vetiver. The release also includes a bonus remix from noise artist Prurient. Formed in 2008 as a merger of their aliases Throwing Snow and Augustus Ghost, the duo offers a potent blend of dark experimental electronica and captivating folklore-influenced vocals. Released as clear Vinyl LP on the Houndstooth label.
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Snow Ghosts
Secret Garden

A collaboration between Throwing Snow and Augustus Ghost, hence the name Snow Ghosts, this ethereal mix of beautiful vocals, catchy melodies and quivering drums make for a really crowd pleaser. Remixes here from Herbert, Blue Daisy and Richard Skelton break the track up down and all around for both ambient sound and a dance floor filler.
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