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A Silent Place Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Arc (Ft. Aidan Baker)
Glassine I

Here's a CD by Arc which is Aidan Baker (Nadja) and a couple of buddies. Well I presume they're buddies. Not everyone in bands are friends. I mean look at Wham. George and Andy were fighting all the time. Gary Numan regularly had massive fallings out with his Tubeway Army to the point where one day they bought a tank and tried to run him over with ...view item »

Fabio Orsi and Valerio Cosi
Could for Hours

Although I chose the 'happy' reaction to this album, the tone of it isn't exactly happy (it's actually a bit sad and serious), I was just happy to hear the record. The structure of We Could For Hours is divided into 4 tracks, 3 of them being long, sweeping movements that are layered with dense ambient sounds and saxaphone textures. The feel of ...view item »

Jennifer Gentle

I don't know much about Jennifer Gentle but when Phil put this on earlier he mumbled something about Syd Barrett which sounds completely wrong based on this CD of spacey bleeps 'n' drones which approaches dark ambient or industrial territories at times. Everyone else seemed confused too, they were all going "This in't me dad's Jennifer Gentle&...view item »

Aidan Baker
The Sea Swells A Bit

A Canadian in Berlin (sort of like an experimental Sting), Aidan Baker steps out of the duo Nadja to deliver a solo ambient journey. First released in 2006, The Sea Swells A Bit gets the reissue treatment. Immersive, contemplative and always on the move, it’s a black hole of a record in the best possible way. Out ...view item »

Kawabata Makoto
Hosanna Mantra

Hi di hi campers! Your big uncle Ant here with 'Hosanna Mantra' the latest Kawabata Makoto solo LP on Italy's Silent Place label. I really like this. It's refreshing to hear after the psych prog extravaganza of the Acid Mothers Temple LP. Its like he shows off when he gets together with his homies. His solo works are a stark contrast. Ultra chilled...view item »