Dispatches from the Underground // October 7, 2021
Dispatches from the Underground // October 7, 2021

Dispatches from the Underground // October 7, 2021

Little peek into new Home Current / out on Wormhole World at the end of October

Out today on Esc.rec. > Reiko by nobuka / As nobuka, Michel van Collenburg makes experimental, lo-fi electronic music. Working from a DIY mentality with field recordings, tape recorders and other analog equipment (h/t Machinefabriek)

Out now on wabi-sabi tapes > Nebulo – Borders / Since 2006, Nebulo has been shaping electronic structures with mobile geometries. In his latest releases for Le Cabanon Records and Conditional, the French composer deepened his work on dynamics by modelling abrupt trajectories where silence clashed with synthetic saturations / for Borders, Nebulo chose to exploit the static temporality of repeated confinements to approach an encompassing musical universe

Out now on Difficult Arts and Music > The Tender Appropriation by J. Lynch

Out now on Ultra Eczema > Saturday’s Den by Ignatz & De Stervende Honden (h/t Dillon / Jen Powers)

Out now on The Jewel Garden > S/T by Oriente Lux > This just got me through the afternoon doldrums like nothing elseMax Burke

Out now on Already Dead Tapes and Records > At Dust by Matt Robidoux / At Dust, the new album from San Francisco-based musician Matt Robidoux, feels both microscopic and as if he’s soundtracking his own pastoral realm 

Out now on Aural Canyon > Binary Star by Galecstasy / cosmic synthesizer epic spanning an hour of interstellar bliss / It is deeply patient in its unfolding and invites the listener to leave their worldly cares behind and take a celestial journey through the star systems on board the ship

Out tomorrow on Cold Spring > The Circular Ruins And Mystified – ‘Fantastic Journey’ / An homage to pioneers of early sci-fi

Listen to Reverie by Hunki Dori / tapes arriving tomorrow via Ingrown Records

Little peek into Anomalous Sequences, new album from Lars Haur / mixed up with elements of drone, ambient, and nonsensical weirdness, this album isn’t really trying say anything in particular. Instead, consider it another experiment – the exact nature of which is classified

Up for pre-order via Take This to Heart > Frosting by Bent Knee / the most Bent Knee-esque Bent Knee record to date, which means that, simultaneously, it’s also the album of theirs that sounds the least like Bent Knee (h/t Steve Smith)

Over at Sonofmarketing > [Streaming]: Mark Guentner – “Concept of Credence”

Over at Treble > Neckbolt Share Heavy, Psychedelic New Track “The Lighted Chamber”

Over at Aural Aggravation > Watch: ‘Abyad Barraq’ by Jerusalem In My Heart – plus 2021 tour dates

Over at Foxy Digitalis > Video Premiere: Larry Wish & His Guys “Fable Table Cloth”

Over at Humanizing the Vacuum > Kill yourself or get over it: The best of Luke Haines

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