The latest track to surface being Rabbit, which much akin to the song title, is a warren of instrumentation and voice which echo quietly in to the far distance, giving the listener the sense that the speakers, no matter how near to the ear, are in a different room as the hazy sounds take on their shadowy outline.
A quartet who have been around since the last century and regularly to be found in live performance, less frequently reveal albums with 1981 being only their fifth (available on bigcartel) – a fourteen track release which pays homage to slash horror films and in particular 1981 when a slew of the genre were released.
The second track and first song to surface from the LP is Nightmares In A Damaged Brain.
The latest release, which came out earlier in the month, Dreams (available on bandcamp) is an absorbing flow of spectral vocal surrounded by ethereal instrumentation in which the listener is entranced by its haunting presence and although lasting less than three and a quarter minutes affects thought for some time after fading in to silence.
The Swedish downtempo creator Norbert Lukács released the EP Airplane / Sunset / Rivers on the 21st.
Music seems, quite often, to surface in continuity of theme as those who follow the site will notice – today and yesterday perhaps being marked by quiet passages of composition and Norbert Lukács continues the thread in the penultimate of the four songs on the EP with Garden.
In collaboration with Nina Kinert – Garden – has a hypnotic melancholia that meanders through the room in gentle footstep which finds the listeners’ pulse slowing to match the tempo.
The Swedish ambient-wave project david shouji released the EP Duskpoint on the 22nd.
Combinations of chipped hip-hop loops and Far Eastern chord structures enables david shouji to deliver an intriguing soundtrack, in Duskpoint (available on bandcamp), that melts in to the ears leaving the listener resting in the calming atmosphere.