Monthly Archive: October 2018
The Instrumental Daydreams playlist has been updated with brand new instrumental music from Sweden and Scandinavia. This time featuring new tracks by Offermose, Kajsa Lindgren, AKB, Korridor, Per Nystrom and many more. Click on...
Tension and distortion mounts in a pre-apocalyptic omen of noice and mind control. Like a harbinger of worse times to come. No future. Taken from Kontrapoetik out Oct 19th 2018 via Portal Editions.
Monotone towards the unknown. Stuck in an endless loop between time and space. Repetition once again works it’s wonders. Self released by Knivtid. Hopefully on vinyl in due time.
Slowly building tension with small elements of fear and electric current. Well known harmonies and melodic elements are disrupted by a cold and lifeless atmosphere. A lament for all your sacrifices. Taken from Mørkt Forår,...
Broken dreams of the space age. Monotone distorted visions of a new future world. Taken from Apollo EP out October 19th via Flora & Fauna.
Stargazing electronics from Finland’s finest. Hypnotic arrangements and a slow but unexpected progression of intensity. Video by Ville Kuvaja. Track taken from Kirot, out now via Vortex tracks.
Orchestrated sorrow and despair. Complex compositions of unnerving sounds and harmonies. Perfect ambient taken from Adorable Ruin, out now via Moloton.
Composed feelings of despair and horror accompanied by eerie arpeggios and subtle undertones of depression. The end is nigh. Taken from ULTRA, the LP out now via iDEAL Recordings
Minimal repetition of subtle phrases lure you into submission. Music made in the clouds for the people below them. Taken from the enormous collection “Music threw the ages” out now via Moptaco Dics.
Earthly drones and magnetic fields of northern ambience. Closely woven harmonies cluster and move slowly forward without any specific direction. Taken from the album Kraft, out now on all digital platforms.