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  • Hakobune: Vitex Negundo (Vinyl box set)

    Hakobune: Vitex Ne...

    Three gentle guitar improvisations… meditations, enriched with Ambient loopsets and delicate sound layers from tape. Takahiro Yorifuji sets up the right mood to calm down. It’s all that easy, the main thing is, the casette player’s working fine, the fingers will find the right notes all by themselves. Enjoy laid back listening. Comes with the 12″ EP, a gatefold cover print, a button and sticker with Hakobune logo – the CD is included as well. All packed in a nice and useful tote bag. Limited edition of 100 Vitex Negundo by hakobune

  • thisquietarmy: Anthems for Catharsis (Vinyl)

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    Anthems for Catharsis marks the follow up to thisquietarmy’s last full length studio works “Rebirths”, a representative collection of reworked tracks that have defined his purgative live performances. Between back-to-back tours in Europe & Asia and the release of live drone documents as well as collaborative works with Noveller, Aidan Baker/Hypnodrone Ensemble, André Foisy/Locrian, Syndrome/Amenra, thisquietarmy’s Eric Quach went back to the drawing board in his Montreal studio, at the end of 2014. Within the repetitive genre of ambient and drone, thisquietarmy constantly evolves and tries to incorporate new additional textures and structures into the music – for instance, think …

  • Celer: Jima (Vinyl)

    Celer: Jima (Vinyl...

    Launched in 2005, Celer is the work of Will Long, an American musician, educator, writer and photographer living in Japan, who also curates the Two Acorns label. Initially a duo based in California with Danielle Baquet, Celer has continued as a solo project since 2009, releasing music on numerous esteemed labels, such as Home Normal, Infraction, Spekk, and/OAR and many more. In addition, Will has collaborated on projects with notable artists such as Machinefabriek and Hakobune. A decade into his recording career, Celer arrives at the shores of the Los Angeles based label I, Absentee for the remarkable new full-length, …

  • Burstbot: Memory Imprints (Vinyl)

    Burstbot: Memory I...

    “The album was composed, arranged, produced, recorded and mixed at GT Headquarters in Mexico City. Most of the compositions and arrangements were made at midnight because I find quite interesting and seductive the silence that prevails during of this time of a day. When I was composing-arrang- ing-producing this album my main goal was to achieve musically a sound narrative that could at some point explain an idea without using words or convey a sense of human cloning and its consequences; yet the real difficulty laid in creating the whole album from musical fragments and samples.” Burstbot is a project …

  • Papa Srapa & ::vtol:: : Joyful Breeze / Ramzan (2xVinyl)

    Papa Srapa & ...

    ::vtol:: is the project of Dmitry Morozov, Moscow media artist, musician and engineer of strange sounding mechanisms. In the mid 00s Dmitry started to use actively his DIY and Circuit Bent instruments for his own music projects, as well as making instruments for other musicians and media artists. He is the first batch producer of music and video synthesizers at the post-Soviet area. Besides making music and instruments, Dmitry creates audiovisual art installations and promotes Circuit Bending and DIY Electronics in Russia by means of lectures and workshops. Papa Srapa is a contemporary visionary, analog synths shaman and sound artist. …

  • Brinstaar: Testarossa (Vinyl)

    Brinstaar: Testaro...

    Testarossa is third studio album by Brinstaar. He says that this album is dedicated to redheaded blue-skinned Goddess. This work is reflecting Brinstaar’s deep and emotional chase for the elusive moment of infinite bliss that keeps him alive and conscious. While using mainly processed guitars for Infotswetock and synths for Mielisss, Brinstaar uses a lot of acoustic instruments and field recorded sounds in Testarossa now, thus creates much more intimate compositions. Of course, his specialty mesmerizing synth parts and precisely constructed guitar timbres are still here too. 320 numbered copies on black 12′ vinyl packed into gorgeous holographic jacket.

Latest CDs

  • Sons of Melancholia: Silencer (CD) – Preorder

    Sons of Melancholi...

    work it the devil inside them if easy was right silencer music for robots catch the bells pauline maha space ballet grow on me cavernous A very welcome return to the label release schedule by Belgian artist Sons of Melancholia. After having released his debut album “Beauty is Imperfection” on diametric. in 2014 and a very successful contribution to John Beltran’s compilation “Music for Machines” for Delsin Records shortly after, it is with great pleasure to present the second album “Silencer”. David Nizet has created another beautiful body of work, giving us another glimpse into his melancholic world. Yearning beautiful …

  • Lake Mary: And The Birds Sing In Chorus First (CD)

    Lake Mary: And The...

    “This record was recorded along my way from there to here and back again. Sometimes in wild retrospection, other times in deep longing, or just being. Learning about myself, and writing as I went, this record is more of a journal than a musical pursuit. Each piece of music was recorded in a different home, at a different time..” “The Sudden Bruise of A Rainstorm” (2013) Was recorded at home in my first days of living in Evergreen, CO It rained for days and days and eventually flooded everything, they called it the 100 year rain. “Solitary Trees Marked Distant …

  • Yadayn: Pendel (CD)

    Yadayn: Pendel (CD...

    Pendel is the result of chaos, of trying out different recording, producing and composing methods, and of then sculpting sense from the recorded material. Unlike yadayn’s debut Vloed, which was a carefully planned monolyth of sound, a flooding of notes working towards the catharsis of its title track, Pendel is a comparatively eclectic collection of tracks, unified in their originating from the same artistic vision but diversified in their differing circumstances. Some tracks (“Spiegel”, “Pendel”, “Uit”) were composed specifically for the album, some are older compositions (“Raam”, “Veld”, Rust”, “Kerk”), while all of the shorter segues are based on samples …

  • The Doubling Riders: Garama (Deluxe CD)

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    For TRS054 we are extremely excited to bring you what is our first re-release. This is an absolutely lovely, and criminally under heard beauty from Italian group, The Doubling Riders, entitled “Garama”. Originally released in 1991 on the fantastic, Italian Il Museo Immaginario label, this is a wonderfully evocative album of old school, synth infused ethno-ambiance of the highest caliber. A concept album of sorts, it references the ancient Saharan kingdom of the Garamantes, who lived in what is now central Libya. Eerie, melodic, mysterious…please discover the wonder of Garama for yourself after all these years… Garama will come in …

  • The Doubling Riders: Garama (CD)

    The Doubling Rider...

    For TRS054 we are extremely excited to bring you what is our first re-release. This is an absolutely lovely, and criminally under heard beauty from Italian group, The Doubling Riders, entitled “Garama”. Originally released in 1991 on the fantastic, Italian Il Museo Immaginario label, this is a wonderfully evocative album of old school, synth infused ethno-ambiance of the highest caliber. A concept album of sorts, it references the ancient Saharan kingdom of the Garamantes, who lived in what is now central Libya. Eerie, melodic, mysterious…please discover the wonder of Garama for yourself after all these years… This is the beautiful …

  • Zander One: Emerald Awaking (CD) – preorder

    Zander One: Emeral...

    Released 31 August 2015 “Inspired by the thick haze of the Ohio summer, Emerald Awakening explores the sonic realms embodied in the incandescent vapor hanging over the Cuyahoga Valley. As the awakening of spring permeates into every corner of the atmosphere, warm pads begin to take shape and form, backed by the gentle rhythm of the valley coming alive once more. Organic melodies layer the cloudy sky, through sun and storm, with a culmination of the gentle transition to autumn.” This album includes two remixes from Coppice Halifax and Shea McGilvray. 100 CDr’s, hand made, hand numbered, photo’s, no repress.

  • Pleq and Giulio Aldinucci: The Prelude To (CD)

    Pleq and Giulio Al...

    “It’s a fascinating mix of matching ingredients: the subtle piano notes, vocal samples, field recordings and stretched drones all seem to fall into the right place. The piano notes in the title track never take center stage: they are mere accents in the background, yet once you heard them you’ll always recognise them. Three of the four tracks are reworked by The Green Kingdom, Christopher Bissonnette and Olan Mill to complete this full album. If this is the prelude, we can definitely look forward to further collaboration work from these two artists!” – Ambient Blog “The Prelude To is beatless …

  • J Butler: Memory (CD)

    J Butler: Memory (...

    Memory is that most elusive thing, so certain at a distance, but once examined up close full of holes and doubt. Memories fade, change, are re-written, morph and elide. At once ungraspable, unknowable and always out of reach they are also an essential part of each of us, and the basis of life as we know it. In Musicophilia: Tales of music and the brain, neurologist and author Oliver Sacks writes: “Every act of perception, is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination.” This album with its …

Latest Tapes

  • Jim Haynes: Scarlet (Tape)

    Jim Haynes: Scarle...

    Jagged bursts of strobe lights. Cackling radio signals bristling with interference. Sawtooth patterns of tactile noise. Torn flesh. Scabbed wounds. These are some of the building blocks to Jim Haynes’ Scarlet. This crucible of unkempt rhythm and noise-pulse turbulence was decomposed and sutured together from the various sources of electromagnetic and psychic detritus into an unstable mutation of sequential error. The eight tracks of Scarlet stand as vastly radical and obsessive variations on the theme of repetition through trauma. Each of the tracks may have begun with the same system of building blocks, but quickly spiral into disparate orbits, time-lag …

  • Jeremy Young: Chants Beneath The Bed Of The Furnace Brook (Tape)

    Jeremy Young: Chan...

    Inspired by the stream that flows through my parents’ town in upstate New York, this piece was written as a descriptive reflection of movement and stillness. I have walked along the banks of this frozen brook in Winter, witnessed its healthy rushing energy in Autumn and savored its pacifying calm in green Spring. Its name suggests imagery of both heat and coolness, and I wanted this to be represented in the mixing. The solemn stillness of the single icey tone and jagged high frequency shards of feedback balance out through Greg’s impressive mastering which seems to have run through the …

  • Fischerle & Micromelancolié: Moulding (Tape)

    Fischerle & M...

    Limited edition of 75 c34 produbbed and imprinted cassettes. Pro printed double sided J card and download code. Decaying Winter drones loops and found sounds from the collaboration of Fischerle & Micromelancolié. Moulding by Fischerle & Micromelancolié

  • MonoLogue: The Sea From The Trees (Tape)

    MonoLogue: The Sea...

    Limited edition of 75 c43 produbbed and imprinted cassettes. Pro printed double sided J card and download code. Ambient synth drone movements courtesy of Marie e le Rose’s MonoLogue project. The Sea From The Trees by MonoLogue

Latest Books

  • James Vella: Devourings (Book)

    James Vella: Devou...

    The shortest tale can leave the longest impression. Devourings collects a variety of stories – each its own piece but bound to the next by a broader, unifying theme: being enveloped, devoured, by a moment, an encounter, a political situation, an emotion – which connect with absolute potency. Be they over a handful of paragraphs or a spread of pages, these short – and shorter – stories linger with a palpable resonance. Devourings travels to many destinations, encompassing several scenarios and introducing myriad protagonists – and, frequently, antagonists. ‘Esthers’ follows a snaking murder plot set in 1940s Argentina; the malevolent …

  • Phil Legard: Angelystor (Book & CD)

    Phil Legard: Angel...

    “There was a tradition in this parish that on All-Hallows’ Eve a Spirit announced from the altar the names of those who were doomed to die in the coming year. The Spirit was locally called Angelystor.” – Elias Owen, 1887 Estimated at 4,000 to 5,000 years old, the ancient yew in the churchyard of St. Digain, Llangernyw may be oldest living thing in the British Isles. It is strangely apt that such a long lived tree – immortal by comparison to our own lifespans – should grow next to a church reputed to be haunted by an ‘angel of death’, …

  • Atay Ilgun: Enuma Elis (Book)

    Atay Ilgun: Enuma ...

    Also spelled as ‘Enuma Elish’, Enûma Eliš is the Babylonian creation mythos named after its opening words (incipit) which means ‘when on high’. It’s about thousand lines recorded in Old Babylonian on seven clay tablets. Here on this chapbook, the term ‘when on high’ is re-worked as poems about life, creation, death and eternity. Following a vague sequence, it starts covering meditations on flowers, stars, life and the idea of most absolute beginning and ending, but till the end poem itself finds remedies in the everlasting harmony of incarnation and fragments which has no beginning or ending. Even in smallest …

  • Aidan Baker: Passing Through (Book)

    Aidan Baker: Passi...

    It all starts from a famous maxim of uncertain authorship – Writing about music is like dancing about architecture – and from a trope that is also a neurological phenomenon – synesthesia, the description or perception of one kind of sensation in terms of another. Smelling words, seeing sounds, hearing colours. Aidan Baker deliberately and skillfully plays with such figures, applying them not only to sensations but also to artistic techniques. The poems in this collection are about artworks that use other media than words – paintings, films and songs by a selection of such artists as Man Ray, Wim …

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Sonnamble: Blindlight (CD)

Initially released in mid 2011, a remixed/remastered version is now available and sounds better than ever…

Blindlight is the second release from London based electro-acoustic improvisers Sonnamble, again consisting of Conor Curran on electronics and software and Peter Marsh on stringed instruments.

Again the focus is on Marsh’s lap steel guitar, whose drones, chords and twangs are coaxed into expansive ambient fuzziness or atomised into grains of noise by Curran’s home-cooked software patches. But there’s a spareness and a more pronounced spikiness to the music this time round; it’s still immersive tuff, but more edgy…

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  • Internecine: The Vanished Musicians (DVD)

    Internecine: The V...

    Released 7th August 2015 WWII: Ninety-six musicians flee Germany to settle in Australia, many forced to leave their homeland for playing blacklisted jazz. After internment in the desert as enemy aliens, many are forced to abandon their art when immigration officials insist on practical labour skills as a condition of entry. Most downplay their talent to enter safe haven, then disappear into obscurity. Few ever work publicly as musicians again. “Internecine: The Vanished Musicians” showcases an innovative collaboration between local visual artists and international sound designers: in superimposing an audio/visual narrative onto Swing-era history, the contributors celebrate the silent contribution …

  • Alessio Ballerini, Enrico Coniglio, Attilio Novellino: ‘Loud Listening – Through the Sound of Murano Glass’ (DVD)

    Alessio Ballerini,...

    The artistic residence of ‘LOUD LISTENING – THROUGH THE SOUND OF MURANO GLASS’ was held between 28th and 31st January, 2014. The entire residence was documented through a docu-film. The DVD contains the documentary film as well as the sounds recorded in the furnaces and the places of glass production in some of the most important furnaces of Murano.

CD of The Week

  • The Doubling Riders: Garama (Deluxe CD)

    The Doubling Rider...

    For TRS054 we are extremely excited to bring you what is our first re-release. This is an absolutely lovely, and criminally under heard beauty from Italian group, The Doubling Riders, entitled “Garama”. Originally released in 1991 on the fantastic, Italian Il Museo Immaginario label, this is a wonderfully evocative album of old school, synth infused ethno-ambiance of the highest caliber. A concept album of sorts, it references the ancient Saharan kingdom of the Garamantes, who lived in what is now central Libya. Eerie, melodic, mysterious…please discover the wonder of Garama for yourself after all these years… Garama will come in …

  • Sara Forslund: Water Became Wild (Deluxe CD)

    Sara Forslund: Wat...

    The second release from Time Sensitive Materials is this first solo album from moody Swedish chanteuse Sara Forslund entitled “Water Became Wild”. Sara sang vocals on and was half of the duo behind the Birch And Meadow release on Time Released Sound a couple of years back. As another first for us, this new release is in tandem with the great Dutch indie label, Volkoren. They are doing the standard digipak, and digital versions, and we made the deluxe limited version of this release. The album was mixed by famous, old school analog engineer John Wood, known for his work …

Vinyl of The Week

  • Hakobune: Vitex Negundo (Vinyl box set)

    Hakobune: Vitex Ne...

    Three gentle guitar improvisations… meditations, enriched with Ambient loopsets and delicate sound layers from tape. Takahiro Yorifuji sets up the right mood to calm down. It’s all that easy, the main thing is, the casette player’s working fine, the fingers will find the right notes all by themselves. Enjoy laid back listening. Comes with the 12″ EP, a gatefold cover print, a button and sticker with Hakobune logo – the CD is included as well. All packed in a nice and useful tote bag. Limited edition of 100 Vitex Negundo by hakobune

Tape of The Week

  • My Home, Sinking: Sleet (Tape)

    My Home, Sinking: ...

    “Sleet” is a pastoral fable with a resolutely vulnerable core – a ’60s folk narrative echoing through modern classical and ambient music. Enrico Coniglio evokes the cadenced ghosts of My Home, Sinking with the aid of Natalia Drepina, Katie English, Peter Gallo, Piero Bittolo Bon and Giovanni Natoli. The fading Morriconian memories of “Sleet” evolve through a languid structured homage to Italian songwriters, embellished by weaving flute, cello, vibraphone, duduk and drums, like a prayer for human tragedy to a deaf and distant cosmos. The story of a young virgin woman and a miraculous gift is reinterpreted amongst the cobwebs …

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  • J Butler: Memory (CD)

    J Butler: Memory (...

    Memory is that most elusive thing, so certain at a distance, but once examined up close full of holes and doubt. Memories fade, change, are re-written, morph and elide. At once ungraspable, unknowable and always out of reach they are also an essential part of each of us, and the basis of life as we know it. In Musicophilia: Tales of music and the brain, neurologist and author Oliver Sacks writes: “Every act of perception, is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination.” This album with its …

  • Artificial Memory Trace: A m f i b i o n (CD)

    Artificial Memory ...

    Amfibion takes the listener into a rich, bizarre and disorienting world, a biological melting pot of the uncanny, the bewildering and the awe inspiring. Comprised of treated field recordings of frogs taken during excursions in the Brazilian Amazon from 2007 to 2011, Amfibion is largely based on mating songs, and Artificial Memory Trace treats them in a manner which underlines the humid fecundity of this ecological wonderland. These pieces froth and foam, drip and slide from crashing crescendo to an eerie throb in the blink of an eye. There are croaks, shimmers, pulses and drones, sounds come together suddenly, and …

  • Arash Akbari: Vanishing Point (CD)

    Arash Akbari: Vani...

    Iran’s Arash Akbari’s Vanishing Point nestles into inbetween places, revelling in the indistinct, the delicate and the mysterious. Bringing together field recordings taken from northern Iran, guitar and electronics, this is a late night album, an album which soothes, a set of sounds to think to. This is an album which lingers in the margins of consciousness, it conjures images gently, caresses them and ever so slowly lets them fade from view. With last year’s heralded Cracked Echoes on the excellent French label Soft Akbari established himself as an emerging talent within the ambient scene. With Vanishing Points he cements …

  • Corder Ritger Yantis: Possession (CD)

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    Three sonic heavyweights have come together to compose the dark drone beauty Possession. Released in time for Valentine’s Day, this EP has no easy endings, only endless destructive cycles played out in a ruined universe. Inspired from the minds of US-based musicians Jason Corder (offthesky), Cody Yantis and Carl Ritger (Radere), they have birthed a doom drone space centric scape of obsession, madness and despair. From the gripping unfolding of the opening track Ascension, to the mind travel of A Viscous Tear and the majestic denouement of the 20 minute closing piece Wrath to Wraith, Possession will hold you in …

  • Valiska and Zenjungle: A Changing Light (CD)

    Valiska and Zenjun...

    Born out of a collaboration stretching from Vancouver to Athens, A Changing Light centres on change, dislocation and uncertainty. From different time zones, and very different cities Valiska (Krzysztof Sujata) and Zenjungle (Phil Gardelis) have carved out an album which celebrates change, nuance and noise. ”We hope that the listener will be as uncertain about where they will find themselves from track to track as the image that we had in our minds,” the pair explain. From the gorgeously gritty Derive to Gardelis’ blissful sax work on Nightwinds this is a special collaboration. Gatefold case, printed disc, hand-numbered and cut, …

  • Specta Ciera: Overwintering (CD)

    Specta Ciera: Over...

    Overwintering was inspired by watching animals leave Boston. As the weather turned cold it also became a lot quieter. As Devin Underwood, who releases as Specta Ciera explains: “Birds leaving the area for warmer climates created a sense of abandonment and isolation, the lack of song birds, buzzing and chirping of insects changed the atmosphere of my surroundings entirely. With “Overwintering” I wanted to try and harness those feelings of the deepest, coldest moments of winter as the first snows settle in and slowly with it, the deep freeze develops.” Handmade, cut, numbered CD-r Overwintering by Specta Ciera

  • Ross Baker: Two Suns Were Visible in the Sky (CD)

    Ross Baker: Two Su...

    Inspired by vast empty spaces from military training sites to churches, Two Suns Were Visible in the Sky presents a vast panorama filled with joyous signs of life. From the opening sweep of ‘International Debris’ to the melancholic tones of the all too brief ‘Some Early Hour’ and the wistful ‘Farewell, Swifts’ this is album full of emotion. Baker said he was inspired by the emptiness of abandoned spaces because he felt they were so desolate you could almost see the sun rise again before it had set. With ‘Two Suns’ Baker might just have succeeded in bringing some extra …