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murmurintemporel on 07/15/2017 at 08:19AM
Fantastic Swimmers, Avant-Jazz from Minsk, Belarus.
The music seems half writed-half improvised, with good recorded sounds, a perfect evolution of each pieces, and with a nice sense of humour on some tracks.
In few words, a very good "Avant-Jazz" album played by "fantastic" musicians.
Ending_Satellites on 06/01/2017 at 01:05AM
May, 24 : The lost tapes | Vol. B is released.
It's the new and third album of Ending Satellites.
This new album is a travel around the world and its beauty, with 7 musics and 7 photographs that speak about the beautiful landscapes I've been and the wonderful people I've been lucky to met.
You can download it on the FMA's page of the project (where you'll also find a download link to the deluxe edition, which contains all the digital material). You will also fond more about this record and the project on the official website of Ending Satellites.
I hope you'll enjoy the journey.
Have a nice day.
Best, from France.
Damien | Ending Satellites.
murmurintemporel on 04/24/2017 at 07:11AM
Suzana's Bauten is an Experimental Spiritual Collective formed in June 2013 in the city of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
With Serie 080727, Suzana's Bauten presents a mixture of electroacoustic elements in the form of emotions that originate from the chaos, leading those who dare to listen to contradictory and extreme feelings.
Stevecombsmusic on 03/26/2017 at 05:55PM
I'm very excited to announce the release of Anthology, a 4-disc, 60-song retrospective of my work. This compilation covers each of my albums, from 2014's The Sun is Rising to the just-released Etaoin Shrdlu, as well as my collaborations with other artists (like The Freeharmonic Orchestra) and other odds and ends from my catalog. It was something of a challenge to compress over 300 songs into a compilation 1/5 the size, but I think the finished product really is the best of what I've done, so please do check it out!
murmurintemporel on 03/06/2017 at 08:15AM
The Ancient Gods by Absolutus takes you into the magic world of ancient Egypt, a place where time seems to not exist, a voyage in the lands of the most varied vibrations.