Daniel Thomas Freeman is a founding and current member of Rameses III who have released ambient / drone / folk on Type, Important, Under The Spire etc. http://www.descendingangel.com Current reviews for "The Beauty of Doubting Yourself":
Modern classical drone on viola and three guitars. This is the first collaboration release between guitar drone equilibrist Aidan Baker (of Nadja, ARC et. al.) and A-Sun Amissa (of Glissando, The Rustle Of The Stars, Tomorrow We Sail et. al.) despite the two projects have completed two European tours together.
Guy Birkin is a Nottingham based sound and visual artist. With a background spent in scientific research, Birkin seems to bring some element of these academic pursuits to this creative output and it is the coming together of his dual interests which makes for a compelling listening experience.
Voder is the solo project of Paul Nadin from Brighton, UK, started in 2008.
In May 2009 Voder's first album, Ísland' , was released on Distance Recordings. The album combined memories and field recordings from trips around the beautiful country of Iceland.
From its icy opening tones, something at once familiar and unsettling rises from this sound; the stark, doom-laden ambience of Juv's desolate sonic landscapes transport the listener to an altogether darker world. Hailing from Oslo, Norway, the duo of Are Mokkelbost and Marius Von Der Fehr recorded these tracks in Norway between 1996 and 1998.
Influenced acts such as Sonic Youth, as he is a singer/songwriter, like Richard Thompson. Danny Saul been playing his atmospheric and lyrically dark, songs around Manchester venues since 2005. Renowned for his intricate guitar playing in his solo performances, Danny also performs his songs with different combinations of musicians, making each gig a potentially unique event.
poet and musician Leonardo Rosado has been working the collision between sound, poetry and everyday life. The construction of his music pieces expose daily life happenings that are individual and at the same time universal. Words and sounds have different meanings, depending on the listener, but only if s/he takes some time to delve into the complexity of his or her own stimuli.
As Ous Mal, Olli Aarni’s debut album Nuojuva Halava took the early promise of his cd-r releases into a beautiful realisation of a unique sound that evoked both a curious nostalgia and a sense of future pathways, combining classical overtures, narcotic beats and warm atmospherics into blissful song.