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- Röyksopp - Profound Mysteries. New album from the Norwegian electronic masters..
Röyksopp are back with a new album after 8 years since their last release "The Inevitable End" which as I understood was their last ever album. Guess I was wrong... "Profound Mysteries" is in my humble opinion their best release, easily beating my previous favourite "Junior". Not a duff track insight with everything from downtempo electronica to dancefloor tracks like Breathe and This time, This place... (well I'd dance to it...if I could dance...) with plenty of melody as only Röyksopp know with their own take and sound of what electronic music should be. The album features vocals from Astrid S, Alison Goldfrapp, Beki Mari, Pixx and Susanne Sundfør. I've had this on my playlist for some time now and it's not likely to come off it anytime soon... CD £13.99
- The Expanding Universe "One" New project from Martin Kennedy (All India Radio, Kilbey Kennedy)
The Expanding Universe is Martin Kennedy from All India Radio's new project. Exploring the hazier psychedelic side of ambient with references to Berlin school and a 1970s New Age aesthetic, The Expanding Universe debut album 'One' is a cosmic journey into inner space.
- New release from Netherworld "Vanishing Lands" on the Glacial Movements label.
Immerse yourself in the great north, lost in the darkness of winter nights. There is a green glow that slowly dances above you, it is that of the Northern Lights, which lights the way. Around you, ice-covered volcanoes and endless white and silent expanses. Slowly all of this is fading, day after day, and unfortunately it is irreversible. "Vanishing Lands" is a cry of desperation, it is the realization that we are one step away from the abyss. It is the most complex and dramatic work created to date by the artist and founder of Glacial Movements Records, Alessandro Tedeschi aka Netherworld. A subtle melancholy note unites the seven tracks on the album, which were written, composed and mixed during the time of the pandemic. An excerpt of the track "The Beauty Of Places Where There is Nothing to See" has been feautered on the CD compilation The Wire Tapper 58, included on the world's greatest print and online music magazine The Wire (Issue 458, April 2022).