Orkus returns to the label with a deep, dark atmospheric journey of Ambient and IDM, taking you on a trip through many tracks.
Gears in the Rain is a new artist to the label. He brings an album full of Ambient, Experimental and IDM sounds to us with this new album. Not a style we’ve released in a long time, but this captures the sound of the label quite well.
Researching The Rings features never before released tracks from James & Owen as well as two revisions of previously released singles.
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.
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
Our first release of 2018 comes from label artist aspect. showing off a bunch of tracks from the vault. A fantastic release that showcases his flare for the lush sounds of his style of Dub Techno on tracks such as sequence. [ transitive. ] and pulled. A must have release for any fan of Dub Techno.
Polygon-Boy returns to the label for a lo-fi electronic adventure, bringing along fellow artist, and long time favorite of the label, The Dandelion Council. Filtered Downtempo and Ambient highlight this release.
A return to the label with a more somber mood than before. This is an album in remembrance of her grandmother who passed away. An album of powerful, emotional and noisy Ambient before giving way to 2 different versions of the tracks Pulse Angel and In Slow Motion.
Wolf Asylum returns to the label for his 3rd EP, this time bringing his most playful sound with glitches and the likes to create a unique Braindance and IDM release to the label. His usual style comes through with a lot more glitching and drumwork to create a sound one can easily call Wolf Asylum’s.
Our first release of 2015 sees Wolf Asylum returning to the label with a light and airy IDM/Downtempo EP called Daydreamer. Featuring 4 tracks that show off and even more light side than his last release on the label, this is sure to be a pleaser.
The next release in our main catalog brings us Wolf Asylum with a light airy IDM, and somewhat chillout release called Daze. If you like Archaic Horizon netlabel, then this will be right up your alley. Also brings memories of Melorman’s music as well.
Chrome Rainbow returns to the label with his second release Hourglass. A more complex and more organic sounding release, he melds layers of synths with pianos over the top to provide music that sounds like his style from his first release Beside Yourself though in a more complex tone. This is a great album to chill to on a Sunday afternoon or what have you. If you prefer your electronic music to be slower and more chill, this is perfect.
Louigi Verona brings us the soundtrack to his maze game 15 Orbs of Votsor. This time around, it’s a different sounding release than the releases that he’s done with us in the past. He fuses his dronescape sound and atmosphere into Ambient Techno and at times dubby Ambient Techno and smooth IDM. There are a couple of straight up Ambient tracks, but most of it is Dronescape atmosphere with flowing basslines and Ambient Techno grooves. While the sound is different, this is a high quality release from Louigi. Grab the game itself here.
After self-releasing the album Inertia, we are proud to bring you the b-sides and outtakes album Inertia Sessions. Sage Taylor brings more of the IDM side from Pigments of Your Imagination to the front with his follow up to that album. Inertia Sessions takes songs that didn’t make the main album and brings them in their own light on the album. Ranging from Leftfield to mellow IDM and beyond this album showcases that the leftovers from Inertia are just as good, even if they aren’t of the same style or feel as the tracks on Inertia. Tracks like Fuego and Spiral Wind showcase a great more minimal style of IDM with tracks such as Lambent and Terminus showcasing a more leftfield style of fast drums in an almost breakbeat style. This album showcases the talent that Sage Taylor has when making IDM. You can grab Inertia if you haven’t heard it over here: http://sagetaylor.bandcamp.com/