Tag Archives: ambient

Pigeon Breeders – Fused Session: Live at CJSR Studio A, June 27th 2015

24 Nov

To celebrate the 4th anniversary of Pigeon Breeders’ debut release, Squab, here is a batch of recordings from June they did at CJSR. Includes an interview!

PYRAMID//INDIGO – フェスティバル [RDP_047] & Monolith [RDP_046]

14 Jan

New droney psychedelic post-rock from a new Edmonton two-piece PYRAMID//INDIGO.  Keep an eye out for future shows.

Lay back and melt, just make sure someone opens a window so you solidify again.

 

[RDP_042] brendan anderson – music for every occasion

27 Nov

Pigeon Breeders – Oblique Temperatures [RDP_033]

14 Jun

Ocra – Lamplit Variations [RDP_029]

24 Mar

Ocra - Lamplit Variations

Dive Signals – Drift Studies [RDP_030]

12 Mar


From Orange County, the 30th release on Ramshackle Day Parade!!!

DIVE SIGNALS – DRIFT STUDIES

“Pure sonic experimentation – To unfold and explore the chemistry and aesthetic between the shoegaze and ambient genres in an effort to ultimately blur the line between the two — In this I bring you Drift Studies.

All tracks composed, mixed and mastered by A. Ortega”

Much more Dive Signals at:
http://divesignals.bandcamp.com

Review: Dive Signals – Bedrooms

4 Mar

Dive Signals - Bedrooms

2013 has been keeping Dive Signals busy already. Right between dropping a new digital single and the debut of collaborative project The Coast, he presents the world with this, what I think is his 20th release, Bedrooms.

Much like last year’s 10,000 Tropics, which I reviewed here awhile ago, the album’s sound draws much from ambient and IDM music. This time, Dive Signals has injected his even-sharper production skills into more long-form jams, creating perhaps his most expansive sonic journey yet. It’s one with warm celestial tones floating over reverb and a light grit of brittle percussion, descending into foggy terrestrial realms. A remarkable release and undoubtedly the first of many more wonderful works of this magnitude we’ll see from him this year.

http://divesignals.bandcamp.com
http://www.staticreason.org/

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