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  • New Double Vinyl and CD from Silent Skies "Nectar" on the 4th February. Pre order below..

    "The cinematic ambient project of EVERGREY’s Tom S. Englund and pianist Vikram Shankar mesmerizes with Nectar. "EVERGREY" vocalist Tom S. Englund teams up with piano virtuoso and multi-instrumentalist Vikram Shankar once more for an atmospheric walk through Scandinavian melancholy and cinematic soundscapes: SILENT SKIES (CD) will release their luminescent label debut, Nectar (Double Vinyl), on February 4, 2022.

  • Max Corbacho's new album "A Connection to the Wonder" Out now!

    Quiet, slow-motion floating minimalism is one of the foundations in the music of Max Corbacho, explored in all of his previous albums. Connecting with that inexhaustible source of inspiration, A Connection to the Wonder reveals even more serene and gracious atmospheric interior spaces. Three long, deep sonic meditations make up Max Corbacho's new installment. Balanced carved resonations and dynamic sonic zones of transmutation, helping us to partake in an experience of beauty and honesty. Through his use of synthesizers and processors, Max's music connects with the magical reality of infinite moments in the present time, as the title states, "A Connection to the Wonder". The album travels on a mystical and revealing pilgrimage through immaterial layers of gracefully expansive synths and magmatic drones, that reach unfathomable depths, ending in a celestial journey of sweeping analog synth layers.

  • New album from Mick Chillage "Tides Of Melancholy" on his Before & After Silence Recordings.

    The new Mick Chillage album "Tides Of Melancholy" CD releases on Jan 3rd 2022 just on the first anniversary of Before & After Silence Recordings in late December 2021 and it will be the sixth CD on the label. The album consists of five Ambient pieces of varying lengths, three of which were composed in 2021. The three pieces I composed in 2021 seemed to fit within a particular emotive narrative and sonic aesthetic. I saw a connection with the piece “Footsteps In Fog '' track three which I had written after the passing of Harold Budd in 2020, strangely at the time of writing the piece I felt it could possibly be part of an album at some point.

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