Category Archives: New Release


pyr313 dirty electronics ensemble, jon.ogara, and anna xambó – dirty dialogues

Free music improvisation, analogue and digital instruments, acoustic and electronic materials, live coding and DIY sound-making techniques.

experimental, acoustic, alternative, ambient, asmr, contemporary classical, electroacoustic, electronic, field recordings, immersive, improvisation, instrumental, musique concrète, noise, post-industrial, soundtrack

electronics, experimental, field recordings

experimental, ambient, deep listening, electroacoustic, electronic, environmental, experimental. ambient, field recording


Apologies if I’ve forgotten anyone’s release

ambient, electronic, experimental

art pop, classical, experimental, expiremental new club, post-industrial, composition, contemporary, electronic, microtonal, orchestral, sound design

experimental, ambient, avant garde, musique-concrete, noise

electronic, house, deep techno, techno

experimental, ambient, dance, electronic

experimental, electronic, techno

electronic, ambient, electronica, experimental, improv, improvised music, lo-fi, loops, noise

electronic, experimental, choral, electroacoustic, folk, vocal

experimental, experimental, no-wave, blues, techno

experimental, afrofuturism, avant-garde, free jazz, noise

alternative, electroacoustics, experimental, radio, sound art

experimental, electronic, live looping, modern classical, pipe organ

electronic, algorithmic composition, field recording, laptop music, music concrete, supercollider

electronic, tech, house, ambient, techno, deep techno, industrial, tribal

ambient, electro-acoustic, minimal, piano

experimental, ambient, field recordings, sound art, soundscape

Sonae ~ Summer — a closer listen

Summer may not sound like summer, but that’s okay, because the season has just ended in the Northern Hemisphere.  Instead, Sonae‘s album is an ode to a lost summer ~ the summer of 2020 ~ and a warning that future summers may head in the same direction. COVID is nothing compared to climate change, which is the […]

Sonae ~ Summer — a closer listen

Slowly catching up but here’s one that nearly got away but didn’t thanks to ACL : )


Les Chants de Milarepa
by Éliane Radigue
Songs of Milarepa (1983), 139’24

experimental, acousmatic, electroacoustic, electronic experimental, musique concrète

Éliane Radigue (1932-)

Éliane Radigue was born in Paris. She studied Musique Concrète techniques at the “Studio d’Essai” of the RTF under the direction of Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry (1956-57). She was married to the painter and sculptor Arman and devoted ten years to their three children. She then worked with Pierre Henry, as his assistant at the Studio APSOME (1967-68). She was in residence at the New York University School of Arts (1970-71), the University of Iowa and the California Institute of the Arts (1973) and Mills College (1998). She has created sound environments using looped tapes of various durations, gradually desynchronising. Her works have been featured in numerous galleries and museums since the late 60s and from 1970, she has been associated to the ARP 2500 Synthesizer and tape through many compositions from “Chry-ptus” (1971) up to “L’Île re-sonante” (2000). These include: “Biogenesis”, “Arthesis”, “Ψ 847”, “Adnos I, II and III” (70s), “Les Chants de Milarepa” and “Jetsun Mila” (80s) and the three pieces constituting the Trilogie de la Mort (1988-91-93). Since 2002, she has been composing mostly acoustic works for performers and instruments. Her music has been featured in major international festivals. Her extremely sober, almost ascetic concerts, are made of a continuous, ever-changing yet extremely slow stream of sound, whose transformation occurs within the sonic material itself.

REBLOG – Inclusives, Fair_Play & Tsuku Boshi — Tsuku Boshi Records

INCLUSIVES Tsuku Boshi & Fair_Play Digital Album 21.05.2021 > Deezer , Spotify , Boomkat, iTunes… Avec des matières sonores de / With sounds byZineb SOULAIMANI, Laryssa KIM, Carol ROBINSON, Sage Pbbbt Avec les compositions de / With compostions by Violaine LOCHU, Vendula GUHOVA, Trihn LO, Sophie ROSE, Sage Pbbbt, Radio Continental Drift, PLYANCI, Nour SOKHON, Méryll […]

Inclusives, Fair_Play & Tsuku Boshi — Tsuku Boshi Records

With contributions from 32 artists –
Violaine LOCHU, Vendula GUHOVA, Trihn LO, Sophie ROSE, Sage Pbbbt, Radio Continental Drift, PLYANCI, Nour SOKHON, Méryll AMPE, MAYCEC, Margaux KINTSUGI, Liew NIYOMKARN, Laure BOER, Laryssa KIM, Katherine WEBSTER, Isa STRAGLIATI, Great Statue, FLEUR, eves, Elise DABROWSKI, Dong ZHOU, CHRA, Chloe SOBEK, Céline MULLER, Cecilia CASTRO, CATENATION, Catherine ROBIN, Carol ROBINSON, Camille LACROIX, Aviva ENDEAN, APOTEK, Aline CLAIR, ++juanitaa++

REBLOG – Yuko Araki ~ End of Trilogy — a closer listen

Sunday reading and one of the best overviews of Yuko Araki’s work –

End Of Trilogy
by Yuko Araki

dark ambient, electronics, noise, noizu

It is common to read about the mind-obliterating qualities of noise and its negative paths towards selfless meditation, but there is another undercurrent in its stark associations with bodily harm and the possibility to access some sort of outside within: a psychic reality that does not flow into oneness, but that violently multiplies every time […]

Yuko Araki ~ End of Trilogy — a closer listen


Luu’s Strange Visions
by Elisa Luu

Electronic, pop, acoustic, ambient, ambient electronic, electroacoustic, electronica, experimental folk

” An EP born while confined within four walls at home during lockdown.
Four tracks that represent an intimate gaze on such a “visionary” time “


Thing Music
by Erin Demastes


I came across this new release via A Closer Listen, where you can read the original review here

REBLOG – Furchick – Morning Call — Yeah I Know It Sucks

Artist: FurchickTitle: Morning CallKeywords: experimental, love, The feeling of opening the door on a pleasant  calm warm day… One with a sunny breeze in which vibrant magpies are gathered for kind chats as they  inspect their own feathers. The kind of morning in which you immediately know that you can keep your slippers on all […]

Furchick – Morning Call — Yeah I Know It Sucks

Experimental, ambient, experimental field recordings

We all need calm…and this is beautiful in it’s simplicity. Thanks YIKIS for the heads up : )