Akoustik Timbre Frekuency – “Thee Essence Of Existence” Album Review (ambient/drone)

We go now to the UK under the ambient drone arena but with a slightly different path.  We present now The Essence of Existence, a new digital-only release from UK artist, Akoustik Timbre Frekuency. Whereas some ambient releases take you on lateral planes, Akoustik Timbre Frekuency presents a journey that sounds predominantly centrifugal or spiral-like.  Aside … Continue reading Akoustik Timbre Frekuency – “Thee Essence Of Existence” Album Review (ambient/drone)

Neraterrae – “The NHART Demo[n]s” Album Review (ambient, drone)

Going back to the dark ambient realm, we give you an Italian artist; Neraterrae.  Neraterrae is the product of Alessio Antoni who presents a collection of darkened sonic landscapes called The NHART Demo[n]s.   From Bandcamp: "'The NHART Demo[n]s is a collection of early tracks and reworks conceived, recorded and edited back in 2009, under the former name … Continue reading Neraterrae – “The NHART Demo[n]s” Album Review (ambient, drone)

Kadaver – “Hypothermiasma” Album Review (noise/power electronics)

Now we go back a few months toward the beginning of 2017 with a noise artist who tossed something on our desk this last week.  We bring you Kadaver, a project by one Michael Zolotov from Israel. See instructions below: Instructions for creating a successful Kadaver album: Pick a very long and wide metal column, blast … Continue reading Kadaver – “Hypothermiasma” Album Review (noise/power electronics)

Abattoir & Satori Split – “Aether” Album Review

Disturbing, apocalyptic and disruptive is what we have for you now.  We go back a few months for the release by Abattoir & Satori; a split album called Aether. From Old Captain Records: "Old Captain (Ukraine) and Malignant Records (USA) offer a great collaboration of two famous musicians: Satori (UK) and Lorenzo Abattoir (Italy). "Aether" is … Continue reading Abattoir & Satori Split – “Aether” Album Review

KK Null – “Extropy Ground Zero” Album Review (Noise, Power Electronics)

KK Null is a legend in the noise/power electronics scene.  Moreover, he is a master of chaos creation.  We have for you, his latest work courtesy of 4ib Records, Extropy Ground Zero. From 4ib Records: "Kazuyuki Kishino displays an intriguing approach towards the genre of experimental noise. Deviating from his usual genre style, he unleashes new material … Continue reading KK Null – “Extropy Ground Zero” Album Review (Noise, Power Electronics)