Loscil

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Passing by: Tegh, Inventions, Loscil, The Green Kingdom and Ulf Lohmann

Tegh – Night Scenes Debut full length from Iranian producer Shahin Entezami on Inner Ocean Records (First Porya from Iran, now Shahin!) This is classic, expansive ambient music that’s perfect for reflection, window watching and imagineering. Download from Bandcamp (Name Your Price). Inventions – Entity The mighty Eluvium and Explosions In The Sky guitarist Mark … Continue reading »

Passing by: Loscil, Newa, Need A Name, Umber, Northcape and Sonae

Loscil – Intervalo “Intervalo is the result of a collaboration between Seattle pianist Kelly Wyse and Vancouver’s loscil. Culminating from two live performances in 2012, first at Seattle’s Substrata Festival and later at Decibel Festival”. Quite honestly, the rework on Endless Falls is one of the most beautiful reinterpretations iver ever heard. Buy the EP … Continue reading »

isolatedmix 37 – Rafael Anton Irisarri: Substrata Edition

After moving to the USA, one of the very first things I did was ask Rafael Anton Irisarri if he was planning to host another Substrata Festival, in what would potentially be it’s 3rd edition. For two years ive sat and envied this festivals attendees, its ethos, its intimateness and of course its amazing lineup, … Continue reading »

Passing by: Max Cooper, Segue, Mach V, Lusine and Silent Season

Max Cooper – Synesthetes Museum (Magnetic Mag Mix) An adventurous journey through the British Museum and Max Cooper’s ingenious mind, this mix spans ambient, techno and historical recordings, all assembled around a turn-by-turn visit through the museum: “I mixed it in a way to be like a journey though the museum, turning corners and regularly … Continue reading »

Passing by: December and January catch-up

I’m back from an amazing five weeks travelling around Vietnam and Laos, during which I made the decision to leave ASIP well alone and take a break from posting. I missed it like hell, and I missed an awful lot of good music these past few months, so here’s a recap of some of the … Continue reading »