New Music Releases – August 2019: Pt. 1
New Music Releases – August 2019: Pt. 1

New Music Releases – August 2019: Pt. 1

New Music Releases

Talking about all the new music coming out this month! More in our archives.


Prana Crafter and Tarotplane – Symbiose (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)

More and more people are becoming hip to the natural fact that the heads behind Beyond Beyond is Beyond are tireless curators of modern psychedelia. In addition to American bands, the label have released LPs featuring some truly stellar experimental jammers from around the globe (Kikagaku Moyo from Japan; Bart De Paepe from Belgium, and many more), this summer the label turn stateside once again with a bi-coastal kosmiche symbiosis from Baltimore’s Tarotplane and Prana Crafter from the woodlands of Washington state.

Leo Svirsky – River Without Banks (Unseen Worlds)

Up next on Unseen Worlds: new music from Leo Svirsky

Nervous Curtains – I Tried to Fight It But I Was Inside It (Dreamy Life Records)

Michael Donnelly – Why So Mute, Fond Lover? (Front & Follow)

We are delighted to present the new album from Michael Donnelly, as the second release in a new series celebrating the present and past of some of our favourite artists.

Influenced by everything from Khan Jamal to Egisto Macchi via Basic House and Konrad Kraft, Why So Mute, Fond Lover? builds new worlds of beats and rhythm, sound collage, ambience and noise using random borrowed equipment, broken gear and household appliances.

Justin Case – Colubriform (Bricolage)

Local boy Justin Case keeps the obtuse theme rolling but provides that late night energy with his hybrid take on techno and house that swarms and engulfs both those styles with elements of breaks and IDM. The track structures come loose and warped. Packed with bugged out beats and razor synths that are twisting and turning at every opportunity.

William Wright – Pale Harvest: Ritual Dances Of Hookland County (Gezellig Records)

All of these pieces are a celebration of place, of memory and of the mystery of belief.

fibril – s/t (Already Dead Tapes & Records)

More Eaze mastermind fuses shoegaze, noise and metal to create a fluid and immersive listen. Highly recommended!

RIYL: My Bloody Valentine, Deftones

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