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Valotihkuu
By The River

Denis Davydov - a.k.a. veteran musician Valotihkuu - deliberately restricted his palette of instruments when creating his latest album By The River. An electric guitar, a delay/reverb pedal and a 4-track portable tape recorder were all it needed to lay down this fluid, deliberately underthought collection, which arrives on a limited CD run. 
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Dag Rosenqvist
Blood Transmission

Blood Transmission comes from the incredibly prolific Dag Rosenqvist. The album is a droning terror.  Tracks start out quiet (but always sinister) and end at ear shredding intensity (that is still... incredibly sinister). Music so rarely manages to capture the feeling of dread like this. On Hidden Vibes.

Endless Melancholy
The Vacation

On the fifth Endless Melancholy album listeners will find that kind of barely moving ambient music that appears to stay very still and rush at the same time. Quiet keys, the bustle of tape hiss and atmospheric recordings share the sonic environment with endless, feather light drones, perfect for far gazing nights.

Wil Bolton
Night Paths

Duvet-strength warm ambient from Wil Bolton, whose previous records for the likes of Eilean, Home Normal and Sound in Silence have served as handcrafted comfort. Mastered by dronefather Ian Hawgood, Night Paths sees a return to Bolton's setup of processed guitar, synths and loops, all coming together in one woozy, snoozy textural mass.

Hakobune
Betelgeuse

Prepare for forty-five minutes of blissed-out ambience from the Hakobune Industries Blissed-out Ambience Bot 3000. Rather than a reference to the rather wacky Tim Burton film, the title Betelgeuse is of course in honour of the Orionian star. You’re in for a celestial, glistening and weightless journey across space.
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Endless Melancholy
In The Shadow Of History

Stripping away pretty much all of the electronics and leaving skeletal piano pieces and stark string accompaniments, this is Endless Melancholy’s score for the documentary Ostroh: In the Shadow Of History. Delicate pieces that have the close personal feel of Living Room Songs by Ólafur Arnalds, and live up to the artist’s devastating name.