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Limited vinyl edition of 250 (all copies in color).
released December 8, 2015
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AK, Adrian Kauz, Alain Fauteux, Alison, Alonso Alcantar III, Andrew Chabot, Archer C., Brian Manning, Caleb, Casey, Chris Van Vorous, Cole Thompson, Dan Wenzel, Daniel Carey, Daniel Duda, David A Johnson, David Barham, Denis Korytchenko, Dion Haverkort, Dominik Gruber, Ebonie Butler, Eda, Eric Hughes, Eric Slep, Erica Sinkovic, Gary Montgomery, Genc von Genf, Gilligan, Grif, Hart Ryan, Heath Marshall, Héloïse Marinier, Ioan Claudiu Todoran, J. Raphael Klein, Jake, Jay Cooney, jcb Jeff Marley, Jeffrey Armando, Jennifer, Jeremy Tyarks, Jess, John Garza, John Shap, Joshua Hopkinson, Joshua Krell, Kacper Kasper, kakt00c, Keaton Ware, Kelsey Gauvin, kitkat, Komarov Kirill, Kyle O'Hea, Laura & Conner, Leon "Trotsky" Browne, Lydia hazel geist, Mark J. Haley, Mark McGlinchey, Mehran Dehghani, Meindert & Simone, Michael Crovetti, Michael Demas, Michael Glukhovsky, Michal Kozák, Michele Antonini, Mihai Bilici, Mike Haugland, Mike Snell, Mike Stewart, Mimi & Nevia, Mona, Nicola Hogg, Niko Jortikka, Nina G., Nina Flaksmane, Oleg, Oleg Kozlov, Oleksandr Cherednychenko (kirk_kh), Oreste Interdonati, Ortwin Tange, Paul Doliner, Peter Malek, Phillip Schlieter, Ryan Vaznis, Ryszard Rieger, Sean Galen Wright, Steven Renner, Teff & Benj, Vincent Cevasco.
New compilation from Future Archive Recordings, a label I co-founded. Feat. 15 brand new songs from 15 artists, incl. AAS, my new project ERA C T NOD 1, and Max's solo project NOTME. Check it out! Arms and Sleepers
Another great example of how conscious restriction of sounds can still result in a lush, complex album. Each song develops a theme slightly different from the one before it. Cinematic phrases bring to mind science fiction/horror films from the 80s and vintage L.A. sunsets. In the Treeeees
I'm amazed at this artist's ability to distill ingredients which sound essentially to my ears like 80's goth pop (minus vocals) into the most uplifting -- nigh religious experience inducing -- music ever. I discovered Tycho a few years ago via YouTube; the recording was a dawn DJ set at Burning Man. Now, Burning Man and dawn are both things I prefer to avoid, but I'll bet that was a pretty awesome experience nonetheless, and I'll admit to wishing I'd been there. Madeline v. F.