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  • Voyage Futur’s second collection of 2023 broadcasts its muse of eternal flux in the title: In Constant Change A shape-shifting suite of glitches, loops, vignettes, and visions, the pieces diverge and converge in hybrid states of open horizon drift, memory synth, and oblique exotica Relaxed but restless, idyllic yet immaterial,...
  • The past works of Viennese world-builder Voyage Futur have mapped places (Secret Earth), spaces (Inner Sphere), and phenomenon (Virtual Moonlight), but their latest zooms out and up for a sky’s eye view of planetary fantasy: Wellen German for ‘waves,’ the album’s 12 tracks ebb and flow in cinematic tides of mandala...
  • Over a decade since its inception, Wave Temples continues to refine and refract the project’s visionary mythopoetic exotica Panama Shift presents a 20-track kaleidoscopic star map inspired by “the euphoric cults, both then and now, that come and go in the vast ritual of night” Bleached keys, devotional synth, and driftwood...
  • A prime divination document by elusive Floridian entity Wave Temples finally receives full presentation rites: Tales From The Cymatic Abyss Tracked in fragments from 2013 through 2015, this collection captures the essence of the project’s illusory allure, cross-fading vignettes of coastal drift, thatched hut percussion, and...
  • Fantasy island ethnographer Wave Temples is responsible for a unique flow of tropical hallucinations since 2013, issued via a variety of noted tape boutiques His latest, Isle Enchanted, maps a mirage coastline of salt haze, cerulean water, and siren keys Both sides were tracked across three summer days, inspired by notions of...
  • Antwerp synthesist David Edren describes his latest solo collection in conceptual terms: a harmony of space and time, elements and environments, perception and impermanence Conceived in the morass of 2020, he began envisioning a widescreen suite of electronic compositions connected to the hidden rhythms of what surrounds and...
  • Manhattan’s resident innerspace organist Zack Tornaben centers the third installment of his ongoing Rules & Chance series on breath, tone, and the ancient Qigong practice, “Eight Pieces of the Silk Brocade” Working once again with the classic Golden Hallway Music palette of a pair of reel-to-reel tape machines, a 49-key...
  • The music of St Petersburg keyboard fantasist Vova Kolbin aka Childese fuses reverie and melancholy in a wobbly mirage of memory, tape hiss, field recordings, and cosmic church organ: welcome to Minor Eden Inspired by a particularly idyllic childhood summer spent in a dilapidated country house with his fisherman father, the album...
  • Moscow multi-instrumentalist Marat Shainsky aka Frunk29’s newest opus of bedroom Balearica birthed in a room with a view: trees, rolling hills, and a mountainous, majestic landfill (“It looks like Fujiyama in winter – or how I imagine it”) Stirred by a muse he describes as “magical and foggy,” he began crafting...
  • Named for a familial forested retreat on Wisconsin’s Shell Lake, Scout Island is the vessel for Jungle Gym audio boss Jared Carrigan’s compact and compelling instrumental guitar vignettes His latest, Laurentian Voyage, charts a rich trip down river through the North Woods of Minnesota and beyond, a formative landscape of his...
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    Vladimir Karpov’s questing Soviet synthesizer designs as XYR evoke desolate landscapes, lost worlds, and labyrinthine inner realms but his latest is less destination than journey: Pilgrimage Comprised of two simmering, serpentine side-long compositions – “Black Monk In The Dunes” b/w “Echoes Of Time” – the album...

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