Philip Sulidae is a sound artist residing in Sydney, Australia. Taking cues from the collected practices of field recording, electro acoustic, improvisation and accousmatic music, he uses an assortment of techniques to create intriguing and absorbing sound pieces.
An ambient/drone side-project of members of Connecticut's Fugue formed in early 2011 Both their albums, The Oneironaut (2012) and Celestial Currents (2011), can be downloaded on their bandcamp page: http://glassowl.bandcamp.com/
Nova Scotian Arms is the name of the musical solo project of Grant Evans. Evans was born in Johnson City, Tennessee in 1985. He currently resides and records in LaGrange, Georgia. He and his wife play together as Quiet Evenings and run the Hooker Vision label.
All music freely available at http://poisk.bandcamp.com/ Poisk is the solo project of Simon Langdon.
The project initially started in 2008 with home recordings and has evolved into live performances from 2012 onwards.
Recorded material typically involves a lot of layered instrumentation and sound manipulation which cannot easily be recreated live.
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.
Marcus Fischer and Ted Laderas (The OO-Ray) have been playing and performing together for a number of years. Laderas was drafted recently by Fischer's duo, Unrecognizable Now, to add his unique take on cello to their live performances and recordings.
Based in Oslo, Norway, mhva makes drone and lo-fi music with elements of glitch, ambient, noise and found sound. To date, there are two releases consisting of the release "scend" (2012) and the double album "Warmer/Colder" (2011).