Julia White – In the Cities of Dust [Soft]

After starting off the year with a massive 40 track discovery compilation, Soft Recordings has given us their first single artist releases of 2016 which includes In the Cities of Dust by Paris based musician Julia White. In the album notes, label runner David Teboul candidly shares how close he came to not having the…

Sound Impression: Linear Bells – OR [Soft]

The tenth and latest Soft Recordings release is an album by the label’s founder David Teboul under his familiar moniker of Linear Bells. OR is his first new work on Soft since his springtime collaboration with Sound Awakener (Belonging to the Infinity) and his first full length solo recording since Insides, which was released by Assembly Field at the start of…

PREMIERE: Linear Bells & Sound Awakener – Belonging to the Infinity [Soft]

The newest release on Soft Recordings brings together Linear Bells, the primary musical alias of label founder David Teboul, and Sound Awakener, the solo music project of Vietnamese experimental sound artist Nhung Nguyen.  The album is called Belonging to the Infinity and will be released April 19.

Arash Akbari – Cracked Echoes [Soft Recordings]

Release information: http://soft-recordings.com/releases/st005-cracked-echoes-by-arash-akbari/ Order via Bandcamp: https://softrecords.bandcamp.com/album/cracked-echoes Artist site: http://www.arashakbari.com/ Arash Akbari (aka Odepth) is a musician, producer and new media artist, based in Tehran. His music explores the genres of experimental, ambient, drone and noise, utilizing electric guitar, acoustic sounds, field recording, digital synthesis and DSP to create soulful compositions and textures. Arash has also created numerous works…

Review: The Stars Will Shine / Robots, Orchestra, & Tones by Linear Bells

The Stars Will Shine The second release on fledgling label Soft Recordings is a double album by the label’s founder, David Teboul, under his musical nom de plume, Linear Bells.  The Stars Will Shine is a remarkable opus that delivers nearly two and a half hours of absorbing music straddling, and sometimes blending, both the ambient and modern…