Eve Maret – “Arc of Emotion”

Versatile electro artist Eve Maret takes us into a lush dreamscape with “Arc of Emotion.” Available on the 6th volume of Centripetal Force’s excellent Altered States series (titled Earth and Space), this track shows off some of the Nashville experimental musician’s deep range. Maret is a multidisciplinary sonic artist that dips into everything from technoContinue reading “Eve Maret – “Arc of Emotion””

Hipwell – Gardenworld

Fall under the hypnotic post-rock ambient spell of Hipwell’s Gardenworld. Island House Recordings is on a roll. Every release on this label so far has been a total game changer. Gardenworld is certainly no exception. Adam Hipwell got his start in post punk and post rock groups around Melbourne, Australia, but here, he weaves grandContinue reading “Hipwell – Gardenworld”

Holland Patent Public Library – Songs To Fall Asleep At The Wheel To

Are you going to be on a long, lonely drive soon? Need to unplug from the world for a bit? Need to unwind? No worries, Holland Patent Public Library has you covered. Available today on Dear Life Records, Songs To Fall Asleep At The Wheel To is a collection of contemplative instrumental tracks by RyanContinue reading “Holland Patent Public Library – Songs To Fall Asleep At The Wheel To”

Centripetal Force Records to Co-release Albums by Wasted Cathedral and TENGGER

The good folks at Centripetal Force Records are doing the lord’s work by bringing the world Retreat Into Fantasy Soundtracks, by downtempo post-rock wizard, Wasted Cathedral, and Earthing, by the renowned ambient family band, TENGGER. Wasted Cathedral, a solo side-project of Canadian musician Christopher Laramee (from Shooting Guns, The Radiation Flowers and The Switching Yard),Continue reading “Centripetal Force Records to Co-release Albums by Wasted Cathedral and TENGGER”

Cole Pulice & Nat Harvie – Strawberry Roan

With Strawberry Roan, Cole Pulice and Nat Harvie brewed together a kaleidoscopic jazz oasis that you’ll want to savor again and again. We have the good folks over at Aural Canyon to thank for this little DIY ambient gem. This cassette contains cottony soft soundscapes made up of analogue synthesizers and samplers, along with aContinue reading “Cole Pulice & Nat Harvie – Strawberry Roan”

Itta – Eyewalk

Tengger’s Itta has made a triumphant return with the beautifully ethereal Eyewalk, on Aural Canyon Records. Released last Friday on cassette and digital, this record features the Seoul, South Korea-based ambient musician creating the most angelic of soundscapes with just her voice and a Yamaha SY22. Across the album’s six tracks, Itta utilizes her vocalsContinue reading “Itta – Eyewalk”

Tilth – Rock Music

On their first record in almost seven years, Tilth has taken the most basic elements of rock music and put them proudly on display like well-polished gem stones. Released last week on Round Bale Recordings, Rock Music features the duo of Nathan McLaughlin and Cody Yantis taking various aspects of the genre, like guitar riffs,Continue reading “Tilth – Rock Music”

Daytime Moon – “Soaker”

To announce the release of his new solo guitar record, Daytime Moon dropped a meditative new instrumental, “Soaker.” Set for a release on February 25 via our pals over at Petal Motel, Chrysanthemum is the first solo instrumental release by Daytime Moon (AKA Brent Simpson). Simpson, an artist with multiple titles in a multitude ofContinue reading “Daytime Moon – “Soaker””

M.H.H. – Cassiope: Protection Songs for Guitar

M.H.H.’s Cassiope: Protection Songs for Guitar is without a doubt one of the most unique solo guitar records of the last year. Released on the Home & Garden label, this record features a boundless range of sounds, textures and moods. M.H.H., A.K.A. Matthew Himes, shows off his vast virtuosity here as well as the endlessContinue reading “M.H.H. – Cassiope: Protection Songs for Guitar”

Monastics – World Island

For a deeply cathartic psychedelic soundscape, look no further than Monastics’ World Island. Available this week on El Gran E Records, World Island is a reunion of sorts of the formerly NY-dwelling experimental Monastics (which includes guitarist Jeremy Hurewitz, of whom regular readers here would recognize as Rootless). During the pandemic, the now geographically-scattered musiciansContinue reading “Monastics – World Island”