An album released by the label that is synonumous with quality, both in music and artwork: Expanding Records. After starting releasing the second single series and introducing new artists on their label, that is, the artist Praveen and his debut evs3:03, Expanding present yet another new artist to their label: Holkham. However, Holkham has extensive… Continue reading Holkham, Komatta Saru [Expanding Records – ECD14:04, 2004]
Superb stuff from Peekay Tayloh on Poeta Negra, however if you don’t care for rythmhic complexity you might as well stop reading now, because this is nothing but examples of the finest material in that area. Masterfully crafted beats and breaks with a touch of jazz with seriuos leverage and stopping power. To make the… Continue reading Peekay Tayloh, Sofa O.D. [Poeta Negra – PN23, 2004]
Epic and ambient soundscape stuff on Dani Joss’ debut on Poeta Negra that has definite film score qualities. The EP is ladden with heavy strings and other processed string elements all riding on top of continously flowing washes of sound. It’s quite beautiful, powerful and as the last echoe of a guitar, piano or string… Continue reading Dani Joss, Liquid Photography [Poeta Negra – PN24, 2004]
Decidedly ambient and minimal first disc in a set of two on this beautifully packaged double CD. Soundscapes and glitches fused with with fragments of sounds, the experience of incompleteness of these fragments gives the composition an overall sinsiter feeling. The distinct feeling that something bad has happened… This music requires your complete attention. If… Continue reading Coti, Lido Lato [Poeta Negra – PN25, 2004]
There’s a decidedly analogue feeling to the start of Dirge’s Fountain EP the fifth offering on Adim – Moulin005. In the “Hidden Track” the feeling is enhanced by the live sounding drums, guitars and unprocessed vocal, however there’s a lonely sounding violin involved as well in this melancholic track. “Casio (Early Version)” is a minute… Continue reading Dirge, Fountain EP [Autres Directions In Music – MOULIN005, 2004]
Un Jour EP is the name of Moulin 006 and that would be the sixth release on Adim. Atone delivers 5 tracks of high-quality electronic music stretching from dreamesque soundscapes to rhythmic complexity. The EP opens up with “Partir” with a sparkling melody reminiscent of the rising sun a beautiful summer’s day just after you’ve… Continue reading Atone, Un Jour EP [Autres Directions In Music – MOULIN006, 2004]
The seventh release on Adim is brought to you by Propergol y Colargol. Their album entitled “Charly Roger. Songs for fuzzycandy LP” is Moulin007 it’s great. “No Particular Destination” sets of in a beatless and dark direction. “Il Covo Club” adds some structure to the sonic picture and its understated beats are decidedly glitchy. “Aunties… Continue reading Propergol y Colargol, Charly Roger. Charly Roger. Songs for Fuzzycandy LP [Autres Directions In Music – MOULIN007, 2004]
It’s e-dub of the highest order and the production techniques are perfected. Some like and some don’t. I think it’s simply masterful!
Just like on Deadbeat’s previous album on ~scape “Wild Life Documentaires” we’re talking of e-dub of the highest order and the production techniques are perfected. Some like and some don’t. I still think it’s simply masterful!
Simple Visions is the name of the latest release on the Adim label, it’s moulin 004 produced by Harpagès. They deliver a single track stretching some 28 minutes creating an amazing atmosphere with clearly cinematic characteristics. The visual associations are direct and enter as soon as you start playing the track, so its title “Simple… Continue reading Harpagès, Simple Visions [Autres Directions In Music – MOULIN004, 2004]