The Australian ambient-wave band Rat & Co release the LP Third Law on the 25th.
Rat & Co
Inviting the listener to join them in watching still waters reflecting an off-blue hue in – Control – the eleventh track of the fourteen on the forthcoming release Rat & Co are able to imbue a hazy shadow to the room which is all the more appealing for its weather-worn features.
The Russian ambient-wave project CHVRN releases the the LP Drowned on the 4th.
The third of the six tracks Tell Me is a dreamy spire of trap that bounces inside itself with spectral voices drifting hazily through the room as the irregular electro rhythms settle in to the synapses leaving the audience with sense of ears popping.
The US ambient-wave duo Kylmyys release the LP Dusk on the 30th.
Kylmyys – Dusk – artwork
The approximately thirty two minutes, eight track, album is a soundtrack to listen to while watching the stars at night laying on a remote hilltop as the music expands to fill the void, leaving the audience contemplative of the vastness of the universe.
The fifth song – N I G H T V I S I O N – has been made available in advance of the LP.
Performing under the moniker MK-Ultra and regularly revealing new material – sometimes alone other times in collaboration – the latest track (as I type on the 15th though may well not be when this is published on the 19th) is working with Leon Milk, who those of longer stay will recognise from an introduction back in 2012 of The Milk Bar.
Removal Vans For Gaddafi is a scathing commentary of global affairs revolved around by a dreamy soundtrack.
ADAM TK is a Kingdom Of Morocco based ambient-wave creator.
Recently relocated from Sweden ADAM TK revealed the latest track V2 within the past twenty hours – the second in a series of the ten concepts in the V series.
Reflective of the open spaces and vastness of the night-sky V2 was formulated in the darkness of a mountain village delivering a soundscape in which the listener envisages a still-frame narrative of stars passing overhead.