Ten artists give their take on the Dub Techno and Deep Techno sound for this years release. New artists alongside series mainstays showcase the ever evolving sound of the Dub Techno scene. All artists showcase their unique take on the Dub Techno sound starting off with a pretty Ambient piece from Careful Handling, and going through different takes even including some Drone Techno from DeepWarmth, to the smooth sounds of Twin Peetz and MVar, and ending with a truly experimental take on the sound from Coppice Halifax.
We are proud to present the first Ep from Bound of Reflection in years. Releasing 2 albums in the early years of the label, Bound of Reflection returns with an Ep of floating, drifting Ambient to soothe the soul.
Brand new artist to the label Malcolm bringing a wonderful release of Space Ambient for fans of the Ambient side of the label.
Another release from Soma Hayato. This time he’s managed to put together another album that blows us away here. Finely crafted IDM and Ambient on display and the 2 remixes are also of high quality. Has been on rotation for ages here at the label, and know you’ll have it on rotation as well after hearing this.
The final installment in the Nature trilogy of releases sees DeepWarmth melding Drone Ambient with subtle beatwork on Nature 3. Moody at times, also fiiled with lush atmospheres and sparkling and shimmering sounds, this is a fantastic end to the series.
Ludvig Cimbrelius returns to the label to showcase more early works. This time he’s showcasing how well he made IDM in his very early works under the Surr name.
Our 100th main series release showcases how far we’ve come with the label over the years. Many, if not all, of the styles we’ve had over the years on the label are on display from many artists to have released on the label and friends of the label. Loads of different styles to please the listening palette
Brand new artist to the label all the way from Japan. Debuting with two longform ambient pieces made live on his modular synth setup. Floating soundscapes melding into arps and more on this fantastic two track relaese.
Ludvig Cimbrelius joins the label as Xpire. An alias that he used to make Techno and Jungle under. Atmospheric Techno and a little bit of Jungle is on display showing off an early evolution into the sounds he’s making today. Ending with a fantastic Ambient piece, this shows how well he’s been all along at making music.
This is the final album from label artist Polygon-Boy. We don’t know what the future holds, but this is a fitting last album to the Polygon-Boy name. Lo-fi Downtempo that is perfect for relaxing by the sea, or just on your porch on a cool summer evening.
New label artist Koax hails from Rostock, Germany. He brings a slightly darker side to the Downtempo and Ambient side of the label on this 8 track release. Focused on grand atmospheres, this sure feels like the soundtrack to a sci-fi movie.
Two artists on the label return in unique fashion. Taking the Ambient nature of the Techno works that Outward Roots strives to make, Substak lends his own sound to 5 of the tracks from their first album. Substak morphs the tracks into Experimental and Ambient goodness that shows off his many talents. This is a digital release version of the bonus Cd that comes with a purchase of Moonlit Trees on Cd over at Run On Recordings.
Our second Cd release is a somewhat different one than our first Cd. While still having Coppice Halifax on board, this also has eleven other artists, some new to the label, and others label favorites. No Techno on display making this a fully Ambient release in nature. Forest of Sound showcases the sounds we are currently interested in in the world of Ambient.
A brand new Ep from Mokano7 brings us more of that delightful Ambient Techno vibe. Swirling pads, voices and more samples than you can think of, this shows off the ever maturing sound of Mokano7.
The Dandelion Council brings his brand of Lo-Fi electronics and Ambient on his first solo release on the label. His usual chilled out atmosphere is on display with a kind of playfulness you wouldn’t expect.