REVIEWS

EUGLOSSINE – BLUE MARBLE AGONY (GENOT CENTRE, 2020)

The Florida-based experimental artist continues to build his futuristic world that straddles the line between ambient synth soundscapes and an odd kind of futuristic jazz. Euglossine (born Tristan Whitehill) is a master of musical world-building. Within his music, there are sounds rarely heard anywhere else – at least not in this particular combination. Weaving together …

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KEEPERS OF THE EARTH PEACE MUSIC REVOLUTION – “PULSAR R82”

When we last heard from Keepers of the Earth Peace Music Revolution they were blowing our mind with their Doom / Psych / Shoegaze ripper “Black Rose”. With “Pulsar R82” they make an about-face turn into deeply arpeggiated modular synth New Age music. In many respects these deep zones they tread are a different side …

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DANILA KOZYREV

Danila Kozyrev, according to his bio, is a Los Angeles Based artist of Russian descent. On Pathaways 2012 – 2016 Kozyrev charts a course through a meandering selection of genres and modes of expression. According to a scant bio, Danila Kozyrev was born and raised in Brooklyn, split for Mexico for two years and moved …

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RUTGER MULLER & BERNHARD HOLLINGER – SIMULATIVE (SELF-RELEASED, 2020)

Simulative is a collaborative record by electrocacoustic composer Rutger Muller and contemporary jazz bassist Bernhard Hollinger. Despite their impressive CV in their respective fields, Simulative sounds nothing like you think it should. Which is a truly wonderful thing.  While it is rooted in electroacoustic sound design, there is no wasted moment on Simulative. No waiting …

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