Our first album from [intentionally left blank] is a sonic mashing of beats, noise, textures and other sounds to create a concept album about heading out as a person inside the internet. From the entering, all the way to the getting home, this is one album you won’t forget. Deep sounds and atmosphere dominate this album.
Our 2015 edition of Futur[e]cho brings in a lot of new faces, retains some old ones and has a great feel of atmospheric techno. Everyone went above and beyond what we thought possible for tracks and this release will for sure surprise you. Lots of artists try out new styles to entice the listener that the music can always change as time goes by. Futur[e]cho 2015 is more of a chilled out bliss release, but still very much fits the themes of the series. So why don’t you take a journey along with us?
Soma Hayato brings his unique style of Downtempo and Ambient all the way from Tokyo, Japan. Many years in the making this album has a lot to offer. Glitchy background sounds melding with pads and smooth rhythms, this album also contains great floating Ambient along with it. One album that we’ve been waiting for a very long time and it is very much worth listening to.
Our 21st album on the label was the first solo release from Textural Being on the label. Combining an ever changing sound, this was a popular release on the label. Sage has always felt he could have done better on the mastering, so here is the official remaster of Proximity. The original release came with a bonus remix Ep, but that is not here.
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.
The 64th main series release sees James Shain returning to the label with his album Floating Suns. An early look at his Space Ambient with a more minimal approach to the sound, while still being melodic in nature. This was the second album ever completed, and after all this time finally sees the light of day. This was also the first album Sage Taylor mastered.
Our first Cd release is from the man who wears many hats, but keeps gracing our label with remixes and appearances in the Futur[e]cho series. Coppice Halifax brings 5 tracks of Deep Ambient Techno that also fuses in the feeling of Drone. Call it what you will, this is sure to please fans of the label, and if you don’t already know who Coppice Halifax is, a new artist to dive into.
The style of Orkus is one that changes quite a bit, but always retainssan ethereal sense about it with floating high pads, and driving beats. A chillout vibe can be gotten from most tracks on the release, most notably with the track Relax. Airport brings in a sense of Jazz to the mix while overall this is a chilled out Techno and Deep House release sure to please all who listen.
A collection of DeepWarmth remixes that showcase the vast styles of his remixing skills with 6 of his remixes. Starting off with an Owen Ni remix of the DeepWarmth track Status, the release then kicks into gear a chill vibe with the bp4 remix melting into a remix of the Coppice Halifax track Leaf Cloak, giving it a view of the Night before diving under the water for a spaced out remix of Tides pt, 1 from Textural Being along with a rainy evening remix of Experience. After ending with 2 Drone style remixes for Coppice Halifax, with a flare for Techno, and Zander One with the only fully Ambient remix to date to round things off.
By way of introduction, Portland, OR, producer Sage Taylor offers bp4, a floating dub techno track to demonstrate the new alias… Or, that’s how it began, anyway. A few months, several emails and many remixes later, an album is born. Calling on multiple sources of talent spread across the far flung corners of the world, Sage has gathered an impressive list of remixers, including: Mandrasigma, Rabbit Rabbit, Zander One, Katsura, Substak, Fingers in the Noise, Zwei Kreise, Desove, Warmth, Coppice Halifax and The Downgrade Complex… And as a bonus, at the end, are two alternate mixes by aspect. himself. It’s an album for rainy days and headphones… One to get lost in.
Our 58th release in the series comes from The Downgrade Complex who started off our 2014 edition of Futur[e]cho. He brings a wall of noise filled melodies and thumping kicks to the album before giving way to several remixers who give their own takes on several of his tracks.