Various Artists : I Heard Something In The Distance volume 10 [BFW197]

“The new compilation of tracks from BFW albums released between August and December 2011. The usual mix of great music from around the world. There’s ambient, electronic, indie, experimental and much more.”

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Format: 16 x File, Album, MP3, 320 kbps; FLAC; ALAC
Released: 28 Jan 2013
Style: Ambient, Experimental, Indie, Shoegaze

Re-Drum : Illegal Narcotic Ride [TT046]

Illegal Narcotic Ride is an album with an unusual atmosphere. Samples from 60ies and 70ies psychedelic rock all around. Add modern vibes and techniques to that, and you get the exciting mixture of past and present. Starting with ambiental tracks with experimental edge, flowing into dub techno and deep house. ‘Lizard King (Dub)’ comes as a sort of intermezzo track, and is my favorite here. This album is certanly not the most digestible album from Re-Drum yet, but its value lies in deep introspection of composer. Finally, Re-Drum noted himself he feels it’s maybe his best release.”

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Format: 12 x Album, EP, FLAC
Released: 11 Jan 2013
Style: Ambient, Shoegaze, Dub Techno, Deep House, Experimental, Noise

PANORAMA // Tapete Rojo [SERN 33]

“These five songs were written in first person and talk about vulnerable beings facing nature, victims of desire and plunged into some romantic contemplation. Panorama focus their attention on subtle arrangements, the magic of guitars, synths, echoes and reverbs rather than taking the easy path and drawing attention to illusions. With a remarkable team of musicians, including Natalia Valencia and Juan Fernando Montoya, Panorama achieve an exceptional expressive level, permanently enjoyable from now until the end of times. With no fear of making a mistake, Tapete Rojo is a good sample of something unstoppable that is about to burst.”

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Format: 5 x File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps
Released: 22 Jan 2011
Style: Downtempo, Shoegaze, Post Rock