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Concern is the project of Oregon's Gordon Ashworth who's taking tape manipulation and running with it on this album which includes a couple of earlier rarities by way of bonus cuts. Inevitably there's a William Basinski sort of feel to his ambience as his tapes wear out, repeat and decay with that beautiful trademark warmth which is in stark con...view item »

Ian Hawgood
We Are Better For Being Built This Way

In on Japan's Slow Flow label is a smart new CD by Ian Hawgood called 'We Are Better For Being Built This Way'. Which I can only assume is a dig at my middle age spread. Ian... How dare you! Only joking... I'm well thin me... I'm like a hairy match. I think this is the fourth album we've had this year from him and this one is a more meditative affa...view item »

Fabio Orsi

Fabio Orsi has been steadily building his catalogue with releases on Students of Decay, Foxglove, Sentient Recognition Archive, A Silent Place, Students Of Decay, Low Point and Preservation. He makes his debut this week on Japan's Slow Flow Rec following excellent releases from Celer and Ian Hawgood. The audio comes in six parts and it's really d...view item »

In Escaping Lakes

We've had a number of Celer releases in lately and some of you just can't get enough of their mellow ambient ways. Though I've just started to listen to this new CD 'In Escaping Lakes' which has just arrived from Japan and some knobhead has started drilling next door which is totally ruining the ambient chi..... I'm not really sure what you can s...view item »

Richard Ginns
Sea Change

...And the prize for most misleading press release of the week goes to 'Sea Change' by Richard Ginns. If, as the text suggests, "This work aims to suggest a certain 'timelessness' and 'stillness' through sound and vision with a series of lo-fi Polaroid and Holg...view item »

Nickolas Mohanna

Aha, now this is the second thing I've reviewed by this New York multimedia artist, the former being 'Transmission Hue' on Low-Point which I recall enjoying at the time. This gets going nicely with stuttering tones while gradually warmer, thicker layers are introduced. I particularly like the sustained notes which have a most cerebral effect. Th...view item »

Tanner Menard
The Oceans Of Your Aura

Got to the stage now where ambient, drone, neo classical & sound art albums are being released so prolifically and they are in turn becoming harder to say anything new about. This one is a stately piano based offering where a piece of flash software (pianoteq) is used to replicate the sound of several of the instruments, supposedly, on this rec...view item »

Stanze Di Te

Misound have a CD out on Slow Flow this week. Well I think it could well have been out for a while but it's new to us! The other release on the label is a CD by Celer but we've got such a small amount of them and you're all well into them right now we thought we'd like that one do its own talking. Stanze Di Te is a an Italian chap called ...view item »