Seht: I Follow the Moon

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I Follow the Moon sees delicate shifts in sound mix with background murmurs and barely-there whispers to fashion blissed-out soundscapes.

Noel Meek with Richard Youngs, Neil Campbell and Lasse Marhaug

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I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised that Meek and his friends have produced such diverse and engrossing music, given label End of the Alphabet’s reputation for delivering just that, time and again.

Fuckalt: Archeology Vol​.​1: Dust & I Spent So Long Trying to Kill Myself…

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Fuckalt delivers blissful electronics with a side-helping of subliminal anxiety.

Sol Mortvvs: Sol I, II, III

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Sol I, II, and III feature dissonant passages that’ll corrode your neurons.

Bent Folk: Why / Liar / Gone

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Why / Liar / Gone unnerves as much as it soothes.

Northumbria: Markland

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Northumbria make maximum use of their minimalism to strip away the distractions of modernity and tell a tale that resonates with primal emotions buried deep in our marrow.

Antony Milton: Mrtyu!, Streaming Black, And Off-White

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Milton’s music is often no-fi, off-the-grid, and red-raw. And it’s also heart-rending yet wholly euphoric.

Slomo: Transits

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Drone fans… set the controls for the heart the sun.

The All Seeing Hand: Sand to Glass

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Most of the music we listen to is comprised of variations on familiar themes. It’s much rarer to encounter genuinely innovative music like The All Seeing Hand create.

Into Orbit: Unearthing

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Plenty of instrumental bands can construct complex musical suites. But it takes a greater level of songwriting acumen to make that music dramatic and soul-stirring like Into Orbit do.