This is a 68 minute album of sheer ambient bliss, with beautifully constructed and layered pads, drone and effected acoustic passages.
Lilting and haunting, as fragile as glass, as deep as the ocean. The second EP from poppy nogood is filled with introspective ambient drones and melodies crafted from violin, guitar and voice.
Post-Human is the debut album by English artist, James Breeze; an experimental album of lush soundscapes and unsettling textures.
he single features a vibrant framework of lush instrumentation, spacious synths, crushing Industrial rhythms and delicate dynamism.
Teetering on the edge of dissonance, Katarrhaktes summons two disquieting tracks from beyond the pale.
There’s a crackle of vitality in these songs, and Frenchie’s amazing voice has the power and humanity to drive these songs.
After two decades of bursting (mainly their own) eardrums as an indie band named Paste, the guys from 15 Days decided on a name change, a genre change and a couple of instrument swaps.
The third part of our week of FWONK*100 celebrations presents a series of experimental audio manipulations of organic, acoustic improvisations.
Delicate finger picked guitar meets with sublime, etheral vocals. Soaring melodies and wistful lyrics make for gorgeous listening.