Freeze Etch – “All Context Vanishes” Album Review (electro/ebm)

Today we switch gears slightly and give you an intriguing ebm/electro artist, Freeze Etch and their long-awaited release, All Context Vanishes. "Coming 12 years after Indiana-based Adam Duckworth's first full-length album (2008's Vessels LP), All Context Vanishes covers a wide gamut of dark electronic styles. Lush, cinematic ambience and brooding downtempo beats collide with aggressive dancefloor industrial techno... Continue Reading →

An Interview With SLEEP’S SISTER (dark ambient)

SLEEP's SISTER is a project out of Israel and is characterized as "depression sleep-induced melodies captured in December 2019 on Bitcrushed pianos and field-sampled church organ, fleshed out with deconstructed instrument tracks from a stillborn doom metal project."  The project is led by lad Shusterman of Cruel Wonders and Ghost Bike.  We'd like to thank... Continue Reading →

Ruben Kotkamp – “Fall/Winter 19’20” EP Review

Coming to us from The Netherlands is ambient/noise artist Ruben Kotkamp who presents his latest digital release, Fall/Winter 19'20 EP. According to the artist, "fall/winter 19’20 is a compilation of edited material from past projects in contemporary dance, audiovisual art and concert music. Materials from multiple unrelated projects are arranged and mixed into one coherent... Continue Reading →

Ryan McGuire – “Drukkna” Album Review

Boston-based artist Ryan McGuire, also a member of the avant-metal group Ehnahre comes to us today with his third solo release, Drukkna.  Almost completely un-classifiable, the seven-track release blends different elements of experimental/noise, avant-garde and ambient music.  What makes this effort original is that, as the artist states, it was " written for 4 amplified... Continue Reading →

Cadlag – “+” Album Review (experimental/noise)

CADLAG is a noise/drone projectbrought together by members of PureH, Dodecahedragraph, TGWFYTD, Extreme Smoke 57 and Earslaughter.  In December of 2017, they created one of the most stunning noise/drone releases which they had recorded live in a cathedral.  You can check that out HERE: "Cadlag project. — A space born in sound and a sound... Continue Reading →

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