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Music Alliance Pact styczeń 2013


Click the play button icon to listen to individual songs, right-click on the song title to download an mp3, or grab a zip file of the full 35-track compilation through Ge.tt here.

ARGENTINA: Zonaindie
El Festival De Los ViajesLos Altos
El Festival De Los Viajes is a psychedelic rock band with a sound that has an epic atmosphere and lyrics that play with your imagination. Los Altos is our favorite track from La Reserva De Los Lieros, their third album.

Download: ElFestivalDeLosViajes-LosAltos(Argentina).mp3

AUSTRALIA: Who The Bloody Hell Are They?
D.D DumboTropical Oceans
Oliver Hugh Perry is D.D Dumbo. Perry makes music from his house in Castlemaine, a small rural town 120km from Melbourne. Tropical Oceans is a perfect cue to his unique brand of technicolour lo-fi that spans genres, blues hooks, African folk – and a sound that no one else from anywhere is really making at the moment. Sometimes the best releases never receive as much credit as they deserve, and this is one of them. If music is supposed to make you feel goddamn otherworldly, 2013 is going to be a good year for D.D Dumbo.

Download: 01-Tropical-Oceans.mp3

AUSTRIA: Walzerkönig
Nowhere TrainAshes
Nowhere Train is a project of seven folk musicians from different bands. After a train tour through the country and a documentary about it, the supergroup’s first album, aptly named Station, recently saw the light of day. It was featured on national television and Austria’s most popular website. Ashes, a song about a perfect moment, was written on tour by globetrotter Ian Fisher (Missouri/Berlin).

Download: Nowhere%20Train%20-%20Ashes%20(Austria).mp3

BRAZIL: Meio Desligado
Tulipa RuizCada Voz
Tulipa Ruiz is one of the major new Brazilian singers and is acclaimed by critics and the public alike. Cada Voz is the track that closes second album Tudo Tanto, available for free download on her website, and has its instrumental performed by the experimental band São Paulo Underground.

Download: Tulipa%20Ruiz%20-%20Cada%20voz%20%28Brazil%29.mp3

CANADA: Quick Before It Melts
Daniel RomanoMiddle Child
Get out yer hankies, ‘cuz this one’s gonna make you ball like a baby. Daniel Romano’s transformation into the reincarnated George Jones is now complete, right down to the leisure suit he wears on the cover of Come Cry With Me, his third solo album in as many years. The former Attack In Black frontman has become an impeccable storyteller, and this tale of an estranged son trying to make sense of the senseless will break your heart by the time he gets to the first chorus.

Download: Daniel_Romano_Middle_Child_CANADA.mp3

CHILE: Super 45
For lack of a better label, the music of Motivado (Mario Martínez) could be classified as ‘space Latin house’. After the praise he got for Bobby Fischer, his debut EP, Motivado delivered his second EP, Stasi, just as the past year ended and it exceeds what he accomplished on his first work. Yes, this is experimental music, but extremely danceable. Ferrer is one of three tracks on Stasi EP, a free download from the Discos Pegaos netlabel.

Download: Motivado_-_Ferrer_-_Chile.mp3

CHINA: Wooozy
Summer Fades AwayThank You
Summer Fades Away is an instrumental/post-rock band from Changsha. They released their second album We Meet The Last Time, Then Departure through 1724 Records last November, which features more classical elements. Though the band announced they were going on hiatus, fans still hope they could be back soon to make more beautiful music.

Download: Summer%20Fades%20Away%20-%20Thank%20You%20(China).mp3

DENMARK: All Scandinavian
North FallCurve
Originally a one-man project by singer-songwriter and guitarist Anders Belling, North Fall turned into a full indie-rock ‘n’ alt-folk band in 2011 and released their first EP late last year, from which Curve is taken. The whole, excellent thing is yours to download on SoundCloud along with seven tracks from Belling’s time as a lone rider.

Download: North_Fall_-_Curve_-_Denmark.mp3

DkanoEl Bolo Bolo
Rapper Dkano mocks the rise and fall of a fictitious dembow artist nicknamed Bolo Bolo, in reference to so many one-hit-wonders that this local genre produces, as opposed to true hip-hop. El Bolo Bolo is taken from Dkano’s upcoming album Señales.

Download: Dkano%20-%20El%20Bolo%20Bolo%20%28Dominican%20Republic%29.mp3

ECUADOR: Plan Arteria
Making songs only with the voice is a risk that can produce impressive results. Francisco Valdivieso, better known as Fabrikante, is an artist who uses the flexibility of his voice to create unique compositions based on a powerful beatbox and original vocal loops. Chanteoma is the first single from his debut album, which will be out early this year.

Download: Fabrikante-Chanteomaecuador.mp3

ENGLAND: The Guardian Music Blog
Public Service BroadcastingIf War Should Come
Public Service Broadcasting is the operations name of one J Willgoose Esq and his cohort Wrigglesworth. Imagine the Pet Shop Boys if they were obsessed with the war. They’re an electronic duo from London who use samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material from WW2 and ally them to a variety of beats and backing from krautrock to drum ‘n’ bass. If War Should Come, from The War Room EP, is typical of their approach, with its found voices and sense of looming menace as the broadcaster warns of impending battle.

Download: PublicServiceBroadcastingIfWarShouldCome.mp3

The FundamicsRole Of The Soul
Guitars, Rhodes piano, Hammond organ, dub vibes and rap merge to create some of the grooviest music. The Fundamics combine 70s funk and soul with straightforward 90s hip-hop plus the addition of some up-and-coming rappers. Role Of The Soul is an instrumental track from the band’s forthcoming album We All Have Our Roots.

Download: the_fundamics_role_of_the_soul_finland.mp3

FRANCE: Yet You’re Fired
Spiders EverywhereSwing Loops
Spiders Everywhere are a young band whose members hail from France and Switzerland. They released their appropriately titled The First EP last May. With a sense of rhythm as precocious as it is unique, some catchy melodies and soft vocals, this is just what we’d like to hear more often on the French indie-pop scene.

Download: 01%20Swing%20Loops.mp3

GERMANY: Coltran
Maybe Fraktus found the best way to jump on the bandwagon of krautrock and neo New German Wave: Say you were one of the most influential bands of that time and a founder of techno but were forgotten about; create a brilliant mockumentary in the style of This Is Spinal Tap and record a “comeback” album. Fraktus’ Millenium Edition is in both senses contemporary. The influence of producer Erobique is clearly audible: deconstruction of common patterns, reconstruction to catchy and danceable songs which oscillate between all mentioned electronic music styles.

Download: Fraktus-Pogomania(Germany).mp3

GREECE: Mouxlaloulouda
Victory CollapseShe Is More An Idea Than A Girl
Whether Victory Collapse experiment with different tones, volumes or styles, they’re always exuding an intensity that never fails to astound. Their debut album Convenience Has Poisoned Our Souls is an exciting mix of audacious post-punk stammering, noisy punk-funk sound and a barrage of buzzing, stinging guitars, chunky bass lines and clockwork beats littered with passionate, sharp vocals held together by such disparate art-rock tendencies as saxophone bits and cowbells with spastic, jagged grooves that are powerful enough to inspire a sea of awkward punk-rock dances.

Download: Victory_Collapse_-_She_Is_More_An_Idea_Than_A_Girl_-_Greece.mp3

INDONESIA: Deathrockstar
Rumah SakitBernyanyi Menunggu
Rumah Sakit helped shaped the foundation of Indonesia’s indie-pop scene. The band are back after a very long hiatus with a new album that sparked an all-night party on its release date of 12/12/12. If you love Blueboy you’ll probably love this music too.

Download: Rumah_sakit-bernyanyi_menunggu-indonesia.mp3

IRELAND: Harmless Noise
mynameisjOhnDon’t Mind Me feat. God Knows
Irish hip hop grew steadily more promising in 2012, and not just in the densely-populated urban areas. The internet having pretty much quashed the pervading sense of isolation that separated more remote artists from sharing their work, some of the most exciting sounds came from outside Dublin. Releasing two EPs last year, producer mynameisjOhn is setting out pathways from his base in Ennis, rural County Clare. Collaborating with Shannon MC God Knows, whose delivery exacerbates the keen sense of neglect in Don’t Mind Me, with its strains of sad string samples, it fits a certain disenfranchised mood in austerity-hobbled Ireland.

Download: 04-Dont-Mind-Me-ft.-God-Knows.mp3

ITALY: Polaroid
Paisley ReichMargot
Their name makes me think of a parallel universe, where history took a weird and ultrasnob turn. These young kids from Rome really know how to mix psychedelia, shoegaze and indie-pop. From Deerhunter to C86, from Syd Barrett to Captured Tracks, Paisley Reich seem to have listened to a lot of different records. I wonder what will ever stop them. Download a free EP from their Bandcamp and expect beautiful things from them in the future.

Download: Paisley_Reich_-_Margot.mp3

JAPAN: Make Believe Melodies
2012 saw a surge in the number of bedroom-based producers in Japan, as SoundCloud and Bandcamp became flooded with new EPs and albums from artists working from the comfort of their homes. Tokyo-based OKLobby popped up at the end of the year, and his skittery Fireworks (off the recently released Resort album, get it at the link above) ended up as one of the finest home-produced tracks of the last 12 months.

Download: OKLobby%20-%20Fireworks%20(Japan).mp3

MEXICO: Red Bull Panamérika
DapuntobeatNecesito Cambiar feat. Javiera Mena
Disco-funk has been the trademark sound of this Mexico City band for more than a decade, spawning international festivals, an inclusion on the FIFA 11 soundtrack and three – very slowly cooked – albums. Always in need of a female voice to be the cherry on top of their dancey instrumentals, Necesito Cambiar sees the all-male quintet join forces with Chilean indie-pop princess Javiera Mena, whom they have backed whenever she tours Mexico.

Download: Necesito-cambiar-feat.-Javiera-Mena.mp3

NETHERLANDS: Subbacultcha!
There’s an array of awesome Dutch underground bands planning to release new material in 2013 and that’s why we’re kicking off the year with an exclusive track from Herrek’s upcoming album Waktu Dulu, to be released via Snowstar Records on February 15. Herrek revolves around Gerrit van der Scheer (known as a member of the now-defunct but still legendary post-noise bands Bonne Aparte and Adept) and has seen some different incarnations over the past year. Finding inspiration in childhood years spent in a small, secluded village in Papua, Indonesia, Gerrit (pronounced Herrek by the Papuans) has now delivered a hypnotic and somewhat dark record, lamenting monsoons whilst combining tribal clapping, lulling guitars and mesmerising vocals.

Download: Herrek%20-%20Rain.mp3

Dolores DelirioA Cualquier Lugar
Dolores Delirio formed in 1994. Throughout their career, the sound of the band has shifted from 80s darkwave to gothic rock to hard rock and now simply rock. A Cualquier Lugar is from their first album Cero. This is an essential song in Peruvian rock history.

Download: Dolores%20Delirio%20-%20A%20Cualquier%20Lugar%20%28Peru%29.mp3

POLAND: Łukasz Kuśmierz Weblog
kIRkPies Zdechł
In kIRk’s music it’s all about the meeting of electronic and acoustic, mixing free jazz trumpet sounds, frightening beats, vocal samples and sometimes scratches, with plenty of scope for improvisation. Although the trio have been around for a decade, they are gathering praise from listeners all over the world now. Pies Zdechł is kIRk’s first single from Zła Krew, the follow-up album of the critically acclaimed Msza Święta w Brąswałdzie.

Download: kIRk%20-%20Pies%20Zdechl%20(Poland).mp3

PORTUGAL: Posso Ouvir Um Disco?
AnarchicksRestraining Order
Anarchicks are four women (Playgirl, Synthetique Red, Katari and JD) full of energy with different musical tastes and experiences. Following on from their Look What You Made Me Do EP, released in 2012, their debut album Really?! is out this month. From this record, we are privileged to share their first single, Restraining Order. Whether you like CSS, Sleater-Kinney or Pat Benatar, there is something for you in Anarchicks’ grrreat music.

Download: Anarchicks_-_Restraining_Order_-_Portugal.mp3

PUERTO RICO: Puerto Rico Indie
Fofé y Los FetichesBarquito De Papel
José Luis Abreu aka Fofé is a seasoned veteran of the Puerto Rican music scene. El Manjar De Los Dioses and Circo are two of the most recognized rock ventures in part thanks to his iconic voice and powerful stage presence. When Fofé announced he was forming a brand new band expectations were high. On Christmas Day, Fofé and Los Fetiches presented themselves at seminal music venue La Respuesta and unleashed their debut album Lujo Eterno, which opens with Barquito De Papel. Taking elements from New Wave and La Movida Madrileña, their sound is polished but playful and totally danceable.

Download: Fofe%20y%20los%20Fetiches%20-%20Barquito%20de%20Papel%20-%20%28Puerto%20Rico%29.mp3

ROMANIA: Babylon Noise
We welcome 2013 with a MAP exclusive download of a brand new project on the Romanian market. Kaleidonescu manage to bring us exactly the kind of music we were missing. If you’re into electronic, neopsychedelic and the like then you will surely want to keep your ears on this band. Make sure you check out the video, it definitely matches the sound.

Download: Kaleidonescu%20-%20Upperfields%20(Romania).mp3

RUSSIA: Big Echo
Muc Jlagrng.pnts
Diligently following traditions, Muc J creates lounge-friendly abstract hip hop with wonky jazz elements. Dmitry Fedorov, from Saint-Petersburg, has an enviable flair for melody and turns his inner world towards to the listener. It’s a nice example of an album that is better than the sum of its tracks.

Download: Muc%20J%20-%20lagrng.pnts%20%28Russia%29.mp3

The LaFontainesLight Up The Background
You can’t help but wonder if The LaFontaines would be famous by now had they been from, say, Miami and not Motherwell. Combining Kerr Okan’s rap dexterity with a surprisingly accessible rock/pop sound, the band owe much of their reputation and loyal following to their invigorating, electric live performances. Light Up The Background proves beyond doubt The LaFontaines know how to write a knockout chorus – the video, with its freerunning, is a must-see too. They are currently recording their debut album which should hopefully be out this summer.

Download: The-LaFontaines-Light-Up-The-Background.mp3

SOUTH KOREA: Korean Indie
JowallNight Night
Jowall is a member of creative collective Byul.org, the Korean artist featured in April 2012′s MAP, but he did most of the work himself before releasing his second solo album Clean & Clear earlier this month. It hosts a variety of styles ranging from post-punk to dirty folktronica. Taken from the record is Night Night, with its convincing melody line and a warm, fuzzy sound.

Download: Jowall_-_Night_Night_-_South_Korea.mp3

SPAIN: Musikorner
BrunettoLicense To Beat
Brunetto is from Sevilla but currently lives in Barcelona. We could call him a true electronic explorer as he doesn’t hesitate to discover a new world in the music he makes through layers of sounds, chosen fearlessly. Brunetto has remixed some well-known electronic acts such as The Suicide Of Western Culture (featured in September 2011′s MAP) and is set to release his fourth album later this year.

Download: Brunetto%20-%20License%20to%20beat%20(Original%20Mix)%20(Spain).mp3

Simian GhostAutumn Slowmo (For The Dejected Realist)
Stockholm-based three-piece Simian Ghost is no stranger to the average lover of Swedish music – or any music for that matter – as last year saw them go from talented to fully-fledged, very much thanks to their magnificent second album Youth. To crown 2012, they released a limited time free EP for Christmas called Autumn Slowmo (For The Dejected Realist), and we’ve been given the go-ahead to share its truly epic title track once more.

Download: Simian%20Ghost%20-%20Autumn%20Slowmo%20(For%20The%20Dejected%20Realist).mp3

The FridgePilot
On their new album Draw The Plot, The Fridge create a fragile sketch of indie-pop meets chamber folk from horns, piano, guitars, bass, percussion, chimes, choral music and different electronic equipment. They offer an intimate yet powerful album.

Download: The-Fridge-PILOT-Switzerland.mp3

Böbrek SoundsystemMantarların İçinde (Üzüntüden Uzakta)
Böbrek Soundsystem is an incognito producer/DJ who likes to combine incongruous Turkish sounds from trash movies, forgotten arabesque songs and anonymous Anatolian stuff with all kinds of improbability. Until we saw him live recently, we thought he was fooling around with us, but his show delivered an outstanding, ear-bleeding performance. Superbly creepy but catchy as hell.

Download: bobrek_soundsystem_-_mantarlarin_icinde_uzuntuden_uzakta_turkey_.mp3

UNITED STATES: We Listen For You
Dragon Inn 3Rocket Launcher
Dragon Inn 3 is the side-project of Philip Dickey (Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin). The music plays like Beach House if the band existed right when the disco era was melting away. Bubbling synths, glamorous productions and smooth vocals create a soundtrack for the more introspective moments on and off the dance floor.

Download: Dragon%20Inn%203%20-%20Rocket%20Launcher%20%28United%20States%29.mp3

VENEZUELA: Música y Más
12″ NinjazzCaracas
12″ Ninjazz is a hip hop trio formed by Dantes, DDA and DJ Threz. Their first album Boombap Mercenaries was released for free download in August 2012 and by the end of the year was listed as one of the best in the country. Boombap Mercenaries was mixed and mastered by musician Pedro Laprea in collaboration with well-known producers of the underground scene.

Download: 12%20Inch%20Ninjazz%20-%20Caracas%20(Venezuela).mp3

Trzecie Bardo #7

Trochę czasu już minęło, moi drodzy, od publikacji ostatniej części „Trzeciego Bardo”. A tymczasem okołopsychodeliczne podziemie wrze, bulgocze i wypluwa wciąż coraz to nowe wydawnictwa rozgałęziające się w stronę coraz to nowych gatunków. Oto subiektywny przegląd moich ulubionych albumów z ostanich kilku miesięcy.

Zapewne każdy szanujący się fan psychodelicznych gitarowych jazd kojarzy formację Eternal Tapestry z Portland. Ich tegoroczny winyl, „Dawn in 2 Dimensions”, kontynuuje tradycję powolnego, wyciszonego grania rozpoczętego na zeszłorocznym „Beyond the 4th Door”, choć trafiają się ostrzejsze, szybsze momenty. Długość poszczególnych utworów rażąco się różni – od czterech do ponad dwudziestu minut, a konstrukcja najdłuższych utworów może budzić skojarzenia z progresywnymi albumami granymi przez bandę zjaranych hipisów.

Eternal Tapestry – Marrow of the Wand

Pozostając przy tematyce Eternal Tapestry, warto sprawdzić ich nietypowy, choć ciekawy split z tajemniczym projektem  Mondo Lava. Choć nazwa może kojarzyć się bardziej ze sztampowym stoner rockiem, Mondo Lava tworzy przykurzone elektroniczne kolaże w estetyce lo-fi, które przypominają bardziej późniejsze albumy Sun Araw lub sypialniane kasetowe projekty wytwórni Not Not Fun. Po drugiej stronie kasety Eternal Tapestry zapodają dwa lizergowe jamy o łącznej długości pół godziny.

Dewey Mahood, gitarzysta Eternal Tapestry, tworzy także solo pod pseudonimem Plankton Wat. Jego najnowszy album, „Spirits” to seria około-ambientowych, szamanistycznych gitarowych impresji przesiąkniętych echem i powoli rozwijającymi się psychodelicznymi solówkami, choć zdarzają się też momenty bardziej przyziemne, jak zachwycający w swej surowości „Fabric of Life”.

Plankton Wat – Fabric of Life

O ile Dewey Mahood na swoim nowym albumie okazuje lekkie inspiracje amerykańskimi prymitywistami spod znaku Johna Faheya, Robbiego Basho czy Sandy’ego Bulla, o tyle pochodzący z Filadelfii młodziutki gitarzysta Daniel Bachman czepie z tego worka pełnymi garściami, roztaczając na swoim nowym albumie „Oh Be Joyful” folkowe wizje dawnej Ameryki. Przy pomocy tak niewyszukanych  środków jak gitara akustyczna, banjo i oszczędnie użytych tu i ówdzie dronów, Bachman tworzy proste, ale trafiające w sedno melodie oddające proste, codzienne życie prostych ludzi – jak okładka, przedstawiająca wiejski cmentarzyk i biały, drewniany kościółek gdzieś pośród łagodnych wzgórz porośniętych jesiennymi lasami. Album w całości do odsłuchu na Bandcampie wytwórni Debacle Records.

Daniel Bachman – Oh Be Joyful

Nowojorski duet Blues Control przyzwyczaił już słuchaczy do niezmordowanej żonglerki gatunkami na każdej nowej płycie i systematycznemu unikaniu prób jakiejkolwiek klasyfikacji gatunkowej. Na najnowszym albumie, „Valley Tangents”, jest to zrobić trudniej niż kiedykolwiek. Nawet użycie tak ogólnego terminu jak „psychodelia” może być niebezpieczne, bo muzyka BC brzmi jak ich własne, idiosynkratyczne i pokręcone podejście do różnych gatunków. Otwierające płytę „Love’s a Rondo” to naćpana bossa nova, z kolei „Walking Robin” to dekonstrukcja chillwave’u z połamanymi perkusjami i niespodziewanymi solówkami na instrumentach tak nietypowych, jak klawesyn.

Blues Control – Love’s a Rondo

Choć imię Duńczyka Jonasa Munka fanom psychodelicznej muzyki może mówić niewiele, wystarczy, że wspomni się o formacji Causa Sui, w której gra na gitarze, a już wszystko staje się jaśniejsze. Pod własnym imieniem i nazwiskiem wydał pan Munk płytę pt. „Pan”, w której obraca się w estetyce niemieckiej progresywnej elektroniki lat 70. i berlińskiej szkoły, okraszając analogowe syntezatorowe pasaże rozświetlonymi gitarowymi solówkami, przywodząc na myśl najlepsze dzieła Manuela Gottschinga i Haralda Grosskopfa.

Jonas Munk – Schelling

Kto jeszcze nie pozbierał się po rozpadzie duetu Pocahaunted, powinien zapoznać się z albumem zespołu Swahili pod tym samym tytułem. Powolne, pogrzebowe, plemienne perkusjonalia mieszają się tutaj z surowymi, mrocznymi dronami i okultystycznymi zaśpiewami, tworząc ścieżkę dźwiękową dla pogańskiego rytuału odbywającego się gdzieś pośrodku radioaktywnej, postapokaliptycznej pustyni.

Swahili – Soma

„Hardkorowym” dronowcom i minimalistom z pewnością spodoba się twórczość „supergrupy” Portraits, w której skład wchodzi 10(!) członków, między innymi, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Jon Porras i Evan Caminiti (czyli duet Barn Owl). Winyl „Portraits” to trzy kompozycje czerpiące z dorobku ojców muzyki drone, takich jak La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Tony Conrad, John Cale czy Yoshi Wada. Trudno dopatrzeć się w tych trzech monolitach pracy aż dziesięciu ludzi, choć masywna ściana dźwięku skutecznie pochłania i oddziela słuchacza od reszty świata, dając mu wrażenie, że czas się zatrzymał. Skrzypce mieszają się z gongami i sitarami, a długie zaśpiewy współgrają z syntezatorami. Mocna rzecz, choć z pewnością dużo lepiej brzmi na żywo niż na płycie.

Portraits – D (fragment)

Fani psychodelicznego folku w swojej najbardziej psychodelicznej, odjechanej odmianie powinni zapoznać się z rewelacyjną kasetą Planets Around the Sun pod długaśnym tytułem „Ram of Hearth and the Earthen Chariot”, wydaną na kasecie przez belgijską oficynę Sloow Tapes. Taśma zawiera niesamowite 75 minut podróży przez mniej lub bardziej spójne hipisowskie jazdy i swobodne jamowanie, przypominające najlepsze momenty Silvester Anfang czy Sunburned Hand of the Man. Nowa Dziwna Ameryka nadal żyje.

Planets Around the Sun – Water Dub

Również tajemniczy duet Rain Drinkers kontynuuje tradycje zarówno współczesnej „Nowej Dziwnej Ameryki” jak i dawnej, zapomnianej „Starej Dziwnej Ameryki”, filtrując tradycyjne amerykańskie folkowe instrumentarium przez pryzmat muzyki drone i ambient i tworząc rozległe, emocjonalne impresje. Na najnowszym albumie, „Yesodic Helices” duet maluje obrazy rozległych prerii i surowych warunków doświadczanych przez amerykańskich pionierów brzmiąc jak Barn Owl, które zamieniło elektryczne instrumenty na (między innymi) skrzypce i gitary akustyczne. Są momenty, podczas których album brzmi jak alternatywna ścieżka dźwiękowa do „Zabójstwa Jesse’ego Jamesa przez tchórzliwego Roberta Forda”.

Na koniec nie sposób nie wspomnieć o albumie „Sorcery/Geography” Francuza Maxime Vavasseura, tworzącego pod pseudonimem Witxes. Masywny, chropowaty ambient w duchu Tima Heckera służy jedynie jako podstawa do szerszej muzycznej eksploracji – monolityczne, ciężkie drony mieszają się z przydymionym jazzem w stylu Angelo Badalamentiego, a okazjonalne glitche wyjawiają powolne fortepianowe melodie i porażająco smutne gitarowe pasaże. Choć wyszło latem, Francuz miał wyraźnie na myśli nadchodzącą zimę.

Witxes – Unlocation

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