DIM – “Compendium I” dig. Album Review (medieval/dungeon synth)

Some things are best let out of the dungeon once in a while.  And in the spirit of getting lost this week, we grab the candles and head south where one of the most promising dungeon synth projects I have heard in a VERY long time exists simply under the title DIM.  I found this … Continue reading DIM – “Compendium I” dig. Album Review (medieval/dungeon synth)

Interview with Flowers For Bodysnatchers – (Cryo Chamber)

"Flowers for Bodysnatchers was formed by Duncan Ritchie and has been slowly finding its footing on the cinematic edge of the Dark Ambient genre. Lonely piano movements and brooding cellos set against the intricate textual backdrops of field recordings create a real world sorrow and beauty to the music. Drawing on a person’s state of … Continue reading Interview with Flowers For Bodysnatchers – (Cryo Chamber)

Throne of Blood – “Everywhen” NYOP Album Review

Scotland and Iraq came to me this morning offering up some unique samples of noise.  So I figured, let's go where most would not expect noise/power electronics to exist... but indeed they do in unique ways. Throne of Blood is the first of today's offerings with their Name Your Own Price digital release Everywhen.  This is … Continue reading Throne of Blood – “Everywhen” NYOP Album Review

Master Toad – “Survival Horror” digital Album Review

Master Toad; not exactly a name one might think to be typically synonymous with dark ambient music.  But then again, an album capable of serving as a soundtrack to the closing of dusk and a 3-D view of the AM clouds isn't typical either.  Either way, Survival Horror is just as effective. Master Toad is the … Continue reading Master Toad – “Survival Horror” digital Album Review