How has his taste in music evolved since those old psydub and ethnoambient music days? How will these new tracks fit into the overall Interchill story? Most noticeable on the album is that the artists included are not your regular Interchill crew. Naasko has instead curated an audio exhibition that brings in many new artists to the extensive Interchill catalog of incredible producers, possibly reflecting Naasko own evolving tastes.
So lets take a look at what's on offer Track 01 - Biome - Atonement. UK dubstep artist Biome kicks things off with a heavy hitting kick and deep bass contrasted with soft female vocals and lush organs and pads. A very accompoished, polished track that consummately sets the mood for the entire album. Track 02 - Geode - Pacific. London based producer Geode George Harris has a very interesting approach on dubstep where he combines elements of jazz, house and garage to create forward thinking sounds that thankfully give bass music a refreshing new coat of paint.
This track is kind of like Miles Davis vs the soundtrack to an 80s arcade game. For more info on Geode check out the Chord Marauders collective , a group of four like minded producers who are delivering some of the most progressive bass music on the planet right now.
Track 03 - Jafu - All Clear. Jafu James Fuller is another member of the Chord Marauders group. From his base in Ontario, Canada he cooks up smooth lounge takes on intelligent dub music that has been described as " typified by precision drum programming, bouncy subs and refined synthesis".
Really dig this one - reminds me of the old Ninja Tunes stuff circa mid 90s. Track 04 - HxdB vs Daega Sound. A double act of Canadian artists up next. HxdB hexadecibel joins forces with the sophisticated production of Daega Sound to produce another couch locking audio treat. Band from Atlantis brings forth a Pink Floyd-esque downbeat track tripping balls through oscillators before floating off in atmospheric colour.
The first track Terra Firma can be found here for a complimentary download. This is compounded by our gradual loss of indigenous mythologies. This album offers a gateway to a visceral and spiritual connection with the forces of nature using the elements as a gateway.
It seems many are feeling frustrated at the lack of respect being given to our planet and its resources. One may refuse to listen to words, yet humans have no choice but to experience an emotional reaction to music.
A series of textural photographs looking at emotions of different natural and artificial surfaces and media. The above right stencil of paint on black paper was the brand logo used for show. It was used on all promotional material including advertising graphics in Art Almanac circulated internationally. This guitar was designed and constructed using exotic Tonewoods including Mahogany, Ebony, Rosewood and Spruce.
Further detailed shots can be viewed at www. It was constructed while studying a Luthiers Course through www. Still playing great. Speakers made from coconut shells. The clapping sticks idiophones are made from Blackwood Acacia Melanoxylon , a native Australian Tonewood cousin of the Hawaiian Koa used traditionally to make ukuleles.
This installation is the third in a series over many years. The first was made with papier mache and cardboard, the second were similar although painted with natural colour and used green shade-cloth for the leaves. This was aiming to be lit with the UV light underneath and a waterwave projector to give the palm dappled light and an illusion of glowing and moving. Also lit through the holes in the trunks.
Food design. Slow cooked pulled-pork sliders with red cabbage coleslaw and bbq sauce on the left. An attempt at an old school Big Mac on the right complete with Mac sauce recipe found on you tube, direct from the original manufacturer. Shameless self-promotion of latte art. Theres something amazing about these designs that flow out of the jug. Every time I pour a coffee it never ceases to amaze me just how beautiful and individual they can be. A result of gravity, the coriolis effect and the baritsas motor skills.
A design installation done purely for fun using offcuts from a recently installed front fence. Ink and Pen. This is the result of feeling frustrated with the mode of online study.
An etching plate yet to be printed. A collection of works from over the years that have been done more for fun than for professional application. Art and Design has been present in my life from a very young age and something I enjoy on a personal level, from a place of self-development and enjoyment.
The guitar hook in the first track on Daheen s new album, Purple Chillies is a catchy little riff. Steff Leins. Rob Lee. Dan Luba. Andres Slezak. Vegetable Matrix. Reuben Brown. Joseph D Finkle. Method Sound. Clay Hinson. Turkey Sandwiches. Hideyo Blackmoon.
Neptune Merrick. Timm Marx. Digital Lama. Deep Space Explorer. Aubrey Schaefer. Miss Hazard. Jenn Hale. Theres a track called Sun available to all members in high-quality lossless digital audio FLAC file formats. Or for a nominal fee get access to their full catalogue and go crazy. Thanks to Simon Lewis from Amanaska for the heads up on this one. Endorphin called Embrace. An oldie but a goodie. Rogue Reptile Records. One World Music. Floating World — Spatialize — Radial.
Tide — Amanaska — Escape. Garuda — Pravana — Eastern Meditation. Simon Lewis Music. Embrace — Endorphin — Embrace. Xtravaganza Recordings.
A relaxing mix of mainly fresh, new tracks with a couple of golden oldies thrown in for a sweet finish and lingering aftertaste on the palate. Neil Butler self—released two albums at the same time in early December of under his Spatialize moniker. The high production quality is second only to the inspiring composition on both albums. Driving progressive beats with cracking hats, and bridging synth melodies make for an exciting and inspiring introduction to the album.
Later in the list we find a collaboration with Matt Hillier of Ishq. On The Edge Of Forever seems to follow the same format. Two quick ones to start, dropping into several slow to ambient selections and a collaboration in the tail end, this time with Matt Heath aka. The Downbeat Electronica genre has been defined by producers like Butler.
So much so that this producer has gone on to define his own. Downtempo, spacious, crisp, melodic and musical. These tracks are well composed and executed by someone who is obviously creatively talented and well educated in the art. A real pleasure to listen to. Both as individual tracks and as a progression through the albums.
One can only hope that the hinted-about third album of the litter, Encrypted Transmissions is as good if not better. Apparently it is closer to the styles found on Radial. You little beauty. Yukimi Yonezawa released her third full length album as Supercozi in early May, on Wakyo Records.
Bioshifter spans the Electronica, Techno and Downtempo genres showing her talent and diversity as an artist.Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited With the purchase of a CD or Vinyl record dispatched from and sold by Amazon, you get 90 days free access to the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual plan. After your purchase, you will receive an email with further information. Terms and Conditions apply. Learn more/5(13).