“This vinyl should have been released back in April as our contribution to Record Store Day. Due to the global pandemic #RSD20 was postponed and later on the whole concept for this year was changed. We dicided to release the record now.”
“Rolling sub bass and deep percussion meets emotional strings and dub progressions. Float away to the hauntingly sweet scent of White Sage.
The White Sage project is an exercise in manipulation. Australian Producer Simon Mann delivers one deep techno experiment in two separate interpretations. Rolling bass lines are woven between ambient strings and deep rhythms to create a haunting dubbed out journey in White Sage Wisp. Picking up the energy, a 4/4 beat, rolling percussion and deep acid bass bring the minimal house vibes to White Sage Smoke.”
“Libertree is a Berlin based singer, songwriter, producer and passionate independent artist. Referring to her style as Urban Electronica, she combines electronic sounds with a soulful softness to her vocals and a subtle, but effective approach to mixing genres.
Coming from RnB and Hip hop, while living in Berlin with all its colours to electronic music and being inspired by acts like Björk, James Blake, Portishead and Massive Attack, Libertree seeks to create her own artistic sound and image.”
“Polynation make their return to Atomnation with a 3-tracker, titled Sufi. Out May 27, this EP is inspired on a poem of Rumi, a mystic writer that lived in the 13th century. On this EP you hear three different versions of one theme – Sufi Pt I, Pt II & Pt III. ”
“We are happy to present you a compilation for our 10th year anniversary! As i started Tropic in 2005 i would never imagine it will be there for so long. Enjoy 12 Tracks ranging from Ambient to Deephouse from artists and friends who are connected with Tropic within the last 10 years!”
“serbia’s daniel aleksandar delivers a leftfield, heady eight-track album entitled retrospective. here you get an abstract and experimental array of minimalism with jazzy and ambient undertones — at times almost on the edge of soft idm. plus, two tracks feature collaborations with his fellow serbians, sloxxx and aleksandar nikolic. this album may soothe your mind. it may fry your mind. or both. either way, your mind will be expanded.”
“After self-releasing the album Inertia, we are proud to bring you the b-sides and outtakes album Inertia Sessions. Sage Taylor brings more of the IDM side from Pigments of Your Imaginations to the Front with his follow up to that album Inerita. Inertia Sessions takes songs that didn’t make the main album and brings them in their own light on the album. Ranging from Leftfield to mellow IDM and byond this album showcases that the leftovers from Inertia are just as good, even if they aren’t of the same style or feel as the tracks on Inertia. Tracks like Fuego and Spiral Wind showcase a great more minimal style of IDM with tracks such as Lambent and Terminus showcase a more leftfield style of fast drums in an almost breakbeat style. This album showcases the talent that Sage Taylor has when making IDM. You can grab Inertia if you haven’t heard it over here.”