far away glimmer in the distance,
surprised by emerging times.
With a rework of a jazz song as well as with an ambient, a 4-to-the-floor and a DnB track Blackberry crosses various stages of his creative musical work of the last year. In well known high sound quality longing sounds weave far and crunchy field recordings, bells, clocks, sea water, all is in. The time is running, good music accompanies us.
DubRaJah is a project of Sergey Gabbasov, a Russian anthropologist and ethnomusicologist, specialized in the peoples of East Africa and Indonesia and student of “Dhow Countries Music Academy” (Zanzibar, Tanzania). He has made many ethnographical expeditions in different parts of Africa, Asia and Europe, produced several films about indigenous peoples and studied their native music. This is Sergey’s first release on Dubophonic.
“Enkang” means in the Maasai language “homestead” .Maasai is one of the very few tribes who have retained most of their traditions, lifestyle and lore. “Enkang” is also the name of DubRaJah’s EP, which was recorded in the period from Autumn 2013 till Summer/Autumn 2014 in Arusha (Tanzania), Stone Town (Zanzibar, Tanzania), Wete (Pemba, Tanzania) and Moscow (Russia). DubRaJah fuses a deep digital dub style with organic sounds, traditional African melodies and chants from the people of Maasai, Datooga, Hadza, Pemba and Zanzibar, incorporating also samples of Mad Professor on “Eyasi Dub” and “Zanzibar Dub”. Each track has is own magic, from the ritual chants in “Laibon” to the mystical beauty of the “Ngezi” forest, cleansing the body, the mind and the soul.
VKRS Netlabel Present Marco Mestichella – Mixtape
London based artist originally from Italy, producing original music since 2011, fusing hints of Downtempo/Trip Hop with Retro-Pop and Cinematic sounds.
“Three timeless compositions that come in a idiosyncratic low fidelity fashion, utilizing glitchy resonant delays and general midi sound aesthetics as sonic carriers for TRANS ATLANTIC RAGE´s visions of an avant jazz concept album.”- Lo-Fi/Sci-Fi
For its 27th release, Da ! Heart It Records gratifies you with a new album by Le Matin: “Le Martin.”
Over the past decade, we’ve seen this musical UFO pass by on a Chicago house label (Mathematics Recordings), on the ParisHQ compilation covering Julien Clerc in an 8bit version, and even on a breakcore label (Berzerk Produkts) remixing Franky Vincent!
We also owe him must-see video games such as Ours en Slip Simulator and Blektre (a real-life simulator)…We get it, Charles Torris is a geek, a comprehensive and prolific artist who likes to cultivate paradoxes.
In this album, you will find his sub-realist poetry, where dark – and sometimes coarse – humor slices with a sober, sensitive, and melancholic music. In his displaced universe, synthesizers and “old-style” rhythm boxes draw landscapes with neon lights, cellophane clouds, and the silicone architecture of a future as fascinating as it is troubling.
His sonorities may evoke Detroit’s techno, cold wave, and even the IDM of a DMX Krew. But as the artist says himself – and as the piece Nouvel Évier shows – “If Kraftwerk or Dopplereffekt were French, their balls would spill out from their dirty kangaroo underwear…”
This album deserved a case fit for its preciousness, thus it is presented in a folded LP sleeve decorated with a superb illustration, along with a drawing, cards, a badge, and a sticker, all created by Élise Kobisch-Miana.
Let it be known: this album by Le Matin is to French chanson what sausage is to sauerkraut: indispensable!
“Le Martin”, Da ! Heard It Records’ 27th release is distributed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license. The album
may be listened to and downloaded at the following address:http://www.daheardit-records.net/en/discography/dhr-27
Crosswords is a mixture of abstract IDM/Downtempo by King Imagine and East Slavic singing of Irina Skripnikova. The overall sound appeals to the old Ukrainian traditions.
It is a place where the noise of postindustrial world becomes a dark forest. Following the cat’s song listener travels to the ancient times. There are pagan rituals of Ivan Kupala. There girls make wreaths, water-nymphs sing and fern is in bloom.
Recorded & Mixed between June2013 – February2014
In Soundtrack Studio Kyiv
Cover Art by Alexandra Solodchuk
Skrypochka — vocal, lyrics
King imagine — music
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