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North Atlantic Drift
Departures, Vol. 1

Minimal ambient duo North Atlantic Drift release their fifth full length through Polar Seas. Aiming further down the minimal route, as far as they can go, should pique the interest of any Celer or Stars of the Lid fans. They have created two videos are released alongside it to provide context and setting.

Mikael Lind
Strings and Clusters

Bradley “anthéne” Deschamps’ Polar Seas label introduces another grand player in Reykjavik musician Mikael Lind, whose previous ports of call include Morr Music and Time Released Sound. Although it does nothing to help clichés about music from Iceland, Strings and Clusters does brim with ethereal strings, glacial textures and billowing, snowy grains. A soundtrack to BBC nature documentaries never made, a giant Sigur Rós interlude, a melancholy Instagram dreamscape of barren valleys and vistas… this one has it all.
  • CD (psr-038)
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  • Polar Seas Recordings

Hakobune
Obelisk

Warm ambient music and a nice photograph: what more could you feasibly need to know? Hakobune has been at it for years and has made some of the loveliest, mildly shimmering drone there is, for Constellation Tatsu and elsewhere. he releases Obelisk on Polar Seas Recordings, using gorgeously processed guitar. 
  • CD (psr-029)
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  • Limited edition
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  • Polar Seas Recordings

David Newlyn
Linen

On his subtle new record Linen, David Newlyn splits his energies between pieces for solo piano and synthesiser compositions. Whatever the medium though, he always stays true to his stately-slow minimal approach. Just 50 copies of this CD in circulation, presented in a numbered envelope with a slim pamphlet of Newlyn photos. On Polar Sea Recordings.

North Atlantic Drift / Northumbria
Split


Orbit Over Luna
Transit


North Atlantic Drift
Resolven