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Chris Herbert

Chris Herbert is a sound architect with a nice, intuitive approach: he is equally adept dealing with melodic material as he is pure texture, and Katushki holds the ear’s attention throughout. It really pulls off that trick of changing constantly but imperceptibly, ending up somewhere altogether different to where ...view item »


This is pretty sweet. Its on ruby red vinyl. It has a plain sleeve. It makes me want to smoke a bowl too*. This is the new project from members of Wolves! of Greece, Lords and Little Girl With Cherries. I thought it was gonna be a blues/grunge work out, but its not of that ilk. It's a lo-fi bong fest that sounds really dense, with twin Gibsons set ...view item »

How To Cure Our Soul

Very limited white C40 cassette from Luna. How to Cure Our Soul, on Low Point Records, uses electric guitar, samples and tape manipulation to create a sombre drone music. This Italian duo combine their artistic backgrounds to create rich and varied ambient music that crescendos and flows at its ...view item »

Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek

Australian native Tim Catlin and Machinefabriek, aka Dutch sound artist and musician Rutger Zuydervelt have collaborated for the third time to bring Whorls into the world. Whorls is an effervescent and captivating collection of droning guitar and ambient soundscapes. Whorls...view item »

Gareth Hardwick
Two Songs

Available on limited run of 100 10” vinyl on Low Point. Head honcho at Low Point Gareth Hardwick has released a number of small run CD-Rs and vinyls based around field samples, delicate fluttering guitar drones, harmoniums and lap steels. Two Songs being the latest, his last was focused around the shore and for th...view item »

Transmission One

Supposedly named after a Western Ukraine town, presumably in affectionate sympathy for the country's ongoing woes and struggle, this is a collaboration between Gareth Hardwick, Dan Layton & David Stockwell and some cinemaphiliac bods Kneel Before Zod. There's not a great deal of information I can muster up about this enigmatic...view item »

Gareth Hardwick

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 duty at hospital Lowpoint are some highly trained staff to give me a much needed massage and inject ...view item »

Nickolas Mohanna
Parallax View

This fella’s got releases out already on good labels like Preservation and Slow Flow which all went down well with our Ant but I’ve not come across his work before. Still, here’s his latest offering ‘Parallax View’ on my review pile so I g...view item »

Kleefstra/ Bakker/ Kleefstra

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 Haines and Danny Saul. What they produce is  murky, morose sorrowful guitar textures overlaid...view item »

Mane Blooms

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 actually really cool. The record serves as a kind of counterpart to the excellent ‘Brittle’ CD re...view item »

Nickolas Mohanna
Transmission Hue

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 creates tripped out dynamic drones. The German influence is apparent, recalling classic kosmische. Moh...view item »


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 their previous output, Verona sees the two experimenting with new instruments and new sounds to crea...view item »

Christopher Hipgrave
Slow, With Pages Of Fluttering Interference

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 droney. Most importantly this is one of the warmer enveloping ambient drone albums I've heard in a ...view item »

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