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.
Fluxion‘s Ripple Effect is the film score for a non-existing motion picture. This 9-track album is the result of experimentation and the combination of the producer’s two most cherished art forms: electronic music and score music.
Northern California producer Fred Welton Warmsley III’s solo work as Dedekind Cut (pronounced “dead-da-ken cut“) has evolved from fractured industrial design into increasingly subdued and sublime ambient meditations across two years of dedicated activity.
Shorelights is a collaborative ambient techno project feat. Rod Modell (Deepchord, Echospace, Waveform Transmission, Transformations), and Walter Wasacz and Christopher McNamara of the Detroit-based audio visual collective nospectacle.
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.