The Ambient Revolution of Huerco S By Sam Davies is a great reflection on one of the seminal ambient albums of the last ten years. ‘It’s sometimes heavenly and sometimes unsettling, but always captivating.‘ Recommended!
Seating in the gardens at Les Jardins d’Etretat, France.
Otoumi’s new record has put us in a great mood all week. A romantic, meticulous take on chill bedroom rave? It’s infectious, and highly recommended!
The New Age movement in the ’80s was fertile ground for ambient music particularly as healing and wellness tools. Whether it actually helped people or not is perhaps a question for another blog. They produced some aesthetically interesting music! This is a great example. Highly recommended!
Lawrence – Birds On The Playground is another fine release from the Dial label boss. We have been huge fans of Lawrence for a while. He produces extremely thoughtful, well-crafted music that always feels fresh. Highly recommended.
A magical new record from Floating Points and Pharoah Sanders. It takes the listener on one hell of a journey. Grab yourself a cup of tea, sit down and listen to this from start to finish. Highly recommended!
Angel Tears in Sunlight by Pauline Anna Strom is a beautiful record. We have only recently discovered the work of this great artist who sadly passed away last year. An interesting figure in electronic music and a stunning back catalogue. Out through the ever amazing RVNG Intl.
Landscape House, FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects, Shiga, Japan, 2021.
The new G.S Schray is A OK. The Changing Account is a fantastic 3rd record from the Last Resort luminary. Highly recommended!
Another missed 2020 record that we have on high rotation at the moment. Lawrence – Music For Plants. A beautiful set of 2 long-form drones. Stunning and highly recommended!