Sound Impression: S/T by Lee Yi

Having recently marked his tenth anniversary as a recording artist, Málaga based musician and sound artist Lee Yi begins a new creative decade with a gorgeously crafted solo work in the form of a self-titled EP for Gregory Euclide’s THESIS Project. The overarching theme is appreciation for the beauty to be found in the simple…

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Sound Impression: Luminous by Jeannine Schulz

Based in Hamburg, Germany, Jeannine Schulz is a musician & sound artist who also has a background in dance. For the past year & a half she has been building up quite a nice catalog of solo releases on her own Bandcamp with some of that material popping up selectively on label releases that should…

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Through a Musical Lens: Stadsbilder by Jakob Lindhagen and Dag Rosenqvist

Stadsbilder (”City Images”) is the first album between Swedish musicians Jakob Lindhagen and Dag Rosenqvist who are each well established in the contemporary classical and experimental music scenes as both solo artists and frequent collaborators. Lindhagen is an award-winning film composer with several solo albums to his name and can be found frequently performing and…

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Sound Impression: Fragments by Rachika Nayar

Rachika Nayar is a Brooklyn-based composer and producer, whose music utilizes processed guitar along with other synthesized and multi-instrumental sounds. Her first album entitled Our Hands Against the Dusk was composed over a period of four years by digitally processing improvisational guitar parts and combining them with synths, piano, and strings. She returns this summer…

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Video Premiere: The Remains of a Fragile Landscape by ILUITEQ

ILUITEQ is an ambient music project founded by Sergio Calzoni and Andrea Bellucci, members of the Italian experimental ambient music scene with several albums released under other monikers and bands such as Red Sector A, Subterranean Source, Orghanon, and Colloquio. As ILUITEQ, Sergio & Andrea seek to pay meticulous attention to sound design and soothing…

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Sound Impression: El Mar Convertido en Oceano by The Phonmetrician

Lost Tribe Sound is a label keenly aware how deeply rooted it is in sounds many would consider wintry or autumnal in nature. Its embrace of bleak and sometimes even harrowing musical landscapes is reflected in the themes of recent subscription series such as “Built Upon A Fearful Void” or “We Stayed The Path That…

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Video Premiere: As Good As It Gets by IKSRE

Melbourne/Naarm-based artist Phoebe Dubar is a classically trained multi instrumentalist, producer and sound healer who combines field recordings from across the Australian landscape and ambient drones with strings, synths, and layered vocals to create the ethereal healing sounds of IKSRE (I Keep Seeing Rainbows Everywhere). The title of her new album III could be seen…

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Sound Impression: Gravity + Sand by Bethan Kellough

Since Aven was released to much acclaim by Touch in 2016, Los Angeles based sound artist and composer Bethan Kellough has remained busy drawing on her sound design and field recording practice to create ambisonic compositions for installations, film & media not to mention participating in artistic residencies, workshops, and interviews around the globe. While…

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Field Journal: 2021 Week 30

This week’s field journal entry offers relief from the doldrums and heat of summer in the form of a collection of tracks all of which feature vocals or spoken word as an integral part of what makes them special. Featured artists include Daniel Buerkner with Lau Nau, Francis M. Gri with Lilium, Gallowglas, Hollie Kenniff,…

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