Originally reached no.13 in the UK charts in 1996. Now 22 years later the group have recreated the track in 8 new compositions, seamlessly flowing together the journey, it travels from ambient rock to a land of electronica. Read More »
Karlrecords present 2017’s Organism and the brandnew Organism_evolution as a limited edition double CD in gatefold digifile.
On Organism_evolution, the follow-up to last year’s critically acclaimed Organism, Arovane and Porya Hatami add elements of musique concrète and electro acoustic music to their experimental, field recording-based ambient sounds. Read More »
Flowers from the Ashes is the latest multi-artist project to bear the acclaimed Stroposcopic Artefacts label. There is a sensibility of decadence and corroded grandeur etched within its four album sides, reminding us that “decadent” times have nonetheless resulted in some of the boldest acts of individual and collective creativity. Read More »
Andreas Tilliander released his first album as Mokira at the very turn of the millennium on almighty Raster Noton. 11 years later, the latest Mokira album Time Axis Manipulation was issued on Ulf Erikssons Kontra-Musik and now it’s time to pick up where we left off with Chill Out. Read More »
In Wherever You Go, I Will Follow, Jochem Peteri deploys 22 minutes of cascading deep techno romance, cleft in two and cut at 45rpm each side for mutable DJ options and listening modes; swelling with breathtaking, pulsating techno harmonics at the original speed, and yielding a head-engulfing smudge of billowing dynamics when slowed down.
Taking inspiration from the birth of his second child, the results are suitably life-affirming and bathed in light. They take the listener beyond the smoked-out introspection of Strike  and The Dead Bears  to a more contented and quietly alluring place on the horizon, positively replacing his earlier work’s sense of detachment with transcendent feelings of intimacy, happiness, love.
Listen/Buy Wherever You Go, I Will Follow (EP)