Journal

  • Igloo Mag Reviews - Shoosh,Zerova,Skytree

    7 Apr 2009, 07:13 by HerbRecordings

    REWOUND :: Volume 13 By Pietro Da Sacco

    This review column by Pietro Da Sacco focuses on the emergence of new releases from around the globe (current, past or present) in almost any electronic genre. Rewound Volume 13 features reviews for Benjamin Finger, Shoosh, Zerova, Skytree, Time Slips By and me raabenstein.

    Herb Recordings have been delivering an abundance of new releases over the last few months. In my attempt to cover them all, it's a pleasure to see an independent record label continue to flourish by cross-pollinating unique musical styles. Shoosh unveils Orpheum Circuit which, at first take, runs parallel to The Tear Garden's Tired Eyes Slowly Burning going back almost 20-yrs. What you begin to notice is the subtle chaotic bits and pieces of digital washes running smoothly with up-and-center guitar works and melodramatic pathways. More akin to the soft rock esoteric, Orpheum Circuit is a sweltering sheet of low flying beauty. …
  • Igloo Mag Reviews - Shoosh, Zerova, Skytree

    7 Apr 2009, 07:12 by HerbRecordings

    REWOUND :: Volume 13 By Pietro Da Sacco

    This review column by Pietro Da Sacco focuses on the emergence of new releases from around the globe (current, past or present) in almost any electronic genre. Rewound Volume 13 features reviews for Benjamin Finger, Shoosh, Zerova, Skytree, Time Slips By and me raabenstein.

    Herb Recordings have been delivering an abundance of new releases over the last few months. In my attempt to cover them all, it's a pleasure to see an independent record label continue to flourish by cross-pollinating unique musical styles. Shoosh unveils Orpheum Circuit which, at first take, runs parallel to The Tear Garden's Tired Eyes Slowly Burning going back almost 20-yrs. What you begin to notice is the subtle chaotic bits and pieces of digital washes running smoothly with up-and-center guitar works and melodramatic pathways. More akin to the soft rock esoteric, Orpheum Circuit is a sweltering sheet of low flying beauty. …
  • Plod - forgotten (?) Swedish electronica

    18 Mar 2007, 16:03 by johanagebjorn

    Plod was formed in 2006 by Franz Enmark and Erik Hedin. During the following years they composed and released mellow, beautiful, melodic electronica inspired by the British IDM scene. Since 2003, Plod's activity has been very low, although one new track has been posted on MySpace.

    Being a close follower of the group ever since their first demo tape, I decided to make a fan web site:

    http://www.zendurl.com/plod
  • Downtempo Sampler Radio 30 Jul 06

    30 Jul 2006, 20:48 by IanAR