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Juno Recommends Ambient / Drone: April 2024

Juno Recommends Ambient/Drone

Juno Recommends Ambient/Drone

Juno Recommends Ambient/Drone: April 2024
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Cat: 196588 14751. Rel: 08 Apr 24
 
Ambient/Drone
I Swear, I Really Wanted To Make A "Rap" Album But This Is Literally The Way The Wind Blew Me This Time (11:56)
The Slang Word P(*)ssy Rolls Off The Tongue With Far Better Ease Than The Proper Word Vagina Do You Agree? (12:57)
That Night In Hawaii When I Turned Into A Panther & Started Making These Low Register Purring Tones That I Couldn't Control Sh¥t Was Wild (10:19)
BuyPoloDisorder's Daughter Wears A 3000 Shirt Embroidered (12:27)
Ninety Three 'Til Infinity & Beyonce (3:40)
Ghandi, Dalai Lama, Your Lord & Savior JC/Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, & John Wayne Gacy (9:34)
Ants To You, Gods To Who? (6:39)
Dreams Once Buried Beneath The Dungeon Floor Slowly Sprout Into Undying Gardens (16:44)
Review: Was anyone ready for one of the most talked-about albums of the year to be Andre 3000 going ham on the flute? Probably not, but in a post-reality world New Blue Sun just slots right in. Of course the legions of Outkast fans are going to be split when an artist of such prominence takes a wild swerve into experimental musical pastures, but for those with an open mind or a pre-existing appreciation of ambient and leftfield music, this album is an easy sell. Teasing the tension between acoustic and electronic, ancient and hypermodern, grounded and ethereal, Andre has been bold and honest in presenting this album to the world and his gamble has paid off.
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 in stock $78.33
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Just A Fuckin Idiot (3:51)
The Far Out Son Of Lung & The Ramblings Of A Madman (5:50)
Appendage (5:04)
Slider (4:44)
Smokin' Japanese Babe (5:04)
You're Creeping Me Out (6:16)
Eyes Pop Skin Explodes Everybody Dead (3:17)
It's My Mind That Works (3:48)
Dirty Shadows (8:26)
Tired (4:25)
Egypt (6:09)
Are They Fightin' Us (4:23)
Hot Knives (2:53)
Kai (4:47)
Amoeba (4:38)
A Study Of Six Guitars (3:49)
Snake Hips (5:54)
An End Of Sorts (4:53)
out of stock $46.57
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Cat: ITX 031. Rel: 01 Apr 24
 
Ambient/Drone
BLOCK-1_dv190 (3:39)
DoepfARP (5:45)
TEAM 700_76 (2:46)
DUES700 (2:34)
BLOCK-1_2AREA666 (2:25)
Ppg2_3ModeMon (3:15)
Vanlife_702 ABCD (1:57)
TrailerparkBeauty (4:27)
Leavebehind (1:25)
Rioria Juice (2:35)
Sunset Memories (4:02)
Review: Ilian Tape's ITX Series provides another opportunity to sink into some deeply escapist ambient and drone soundscapes from the usually dance floor-focused breakbeat and techno label. MPU101 has served up a few of these EPs before and they always find them coax plenty of magic out of their analogue machines. 'TEAM 700_76' is a nice and bleary-eyed post-Blade Runner soundtrack, 'BLOCK-1_2AREA666' has a darker undercurrent of menace, 'TrailerparkBeauty' brings some twinkling celestial keys and 'Sunset Memories' closes on frazzled chords that speak of heat damage from a scorching sun.

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 in stock $19.59
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Cat: PITP 42. Rel: 15 Apr 24
 
Ambient/Drone
Hushed (2:06)
Of The West (1:40)
Bluest (1:46)
Call & Answer (2:27)
Review: The limited 7" edition of Marine Eyes' latest full-length ambient record 'To Belong' hears a distilling of the original fourteen-track record down to just four selections. Though every track on the digital version of the album works in its own right, the choice on offer here - 'Hushed', 'Of The West', 'Bluest' and 'Call & Answer' - are particularly deserving of the study on wax. Something static, nigh time-crystalline is achieved on the B2, with its held root note evincing something of the quality of an infinite dream; the A1 recalls some mix of DJ Healer, Malibu or David Motion with its three note tenor-pad lilt; the A2 gets at the best of both worlds, sounding like a paradisiacal bathhouse vision set in slow motion; the B1 is the tensest, opting for a moodier key, but its reversed guitar taps and sustained choir-synth working in a no less lachrymose aesthetic.
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 in stock $12.69
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Cat: KRANK 241LP. Rel: 15 Apr 24
 
Ambient/Drone
Buried At Westwood Memorial Park, In An Unmarked Grave, To The Left Of Walter Matthau (4:46)
Tissue Of Lies (3:37)
Pelagic Swell (3:28)
Stock Horror (7:14)
Dim Hopes (3:37)
As Above Perhaps So Below (2:24)
Mexican Helium (3:08)
We Were Vaporised (4:28)
(Don’t Go Back To) Boogerville (3:05)
Review: American composer and sound engineer Adam Wiltzie, may not yet be a household name in electronic music yet but it's a safe bet you have heard projects that he has been involved in. Adam is one half of the highly regarded ambient and drone project Stars Of The Lid for the past 30 years and also worked with many popular rock and indie bands as an engineer as well as done composing for film and TV. Eleven Fugues For Sodium Pentathol is the name for his first all original material for a full album. Last year in 2023 brought the untimely death of Stars Of The Lid partner Brian Mcbride. However, Adam's relationship with Kranky records is as strong as ever and that's where his first solo album finds a home. The music is inspired by a recurring dream Adam had where the music he composes makes people die. The music blends heavy emotions from ruin to absolute beauty. A powerful album that has extreme depth and cinematic expansiveness. We hope this will be the start to a very productive solo career that will continue his excellent work that was done with Stars Of The Lid.
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out of stock $28.05
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Cat: ASIPV 046. Rel: 22 Apr 24
 
Ambient/Drone
Branksome (5:54)
Open Heart (5:24)
Enough (3:47)
Almost Remembered (3:02)
Breaking Fingers (2:33)
Tragic (3:58)
Bloodless (5:52)
Garden (3:31)
Review: Colin Dunkerley, aka the artist Lapsed Pacifist, navigates the world as a sound engineer by day and leaves little time for his own music. He has plenty of accolades for his work from a niche audience for his productions under the alias Negative Neutron but for years wanted to pursue a more dark ambient route. Finally, he has made time to indulge his own music-making endeavours and now presents Hypatia, an album that materialised over an extended period. It features field recordings and audio loops processed through his modular setup and takes inspiration from Marco Polo's imaginary cities and rather mirrors Dunkerley's creative journey as it evokes memories of cold, distant places and the emotions they stir.
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 in stock $27.26
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Cat: SCR 275LP. Rel: 29 Apr 24
 
Ambient/Drone
Reveries (9:31)
Deus (4:34)
Cadere (5:29)
Somnium (8:03)
Vale (8:02)
Aufero (4:24)
Review: World class dronesmiths Zach Frizzell, Marc Ertel and Damien Duque unleash their first joint effort in several years, delving deeper into the patented 'dronegaze' formula characterising their first outing 'Liberamente'. Landing somewhere in a soothingly liminal zone between the lighter and more introspective tone floats of La Monte Young and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma's roomy feedback washes, the trio extract a vast array of sweet, soporific and unconventional timbres from instruments both acoustic and electrified to meditative effect. A perfect soundtrack to studious introspection and languid bliss-outs alike.
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out of stock $20.64
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Cat: BALMAT 09. Rel: 15 Apr 24
 
Ambient/Drone
Deep Call (6:31)
Hearts Aflutter (4:13)
Discovery (4:51)
Precipice (5:31)
Reach Out (5:55)
Review: Miami duo Coral Morphologic has linked up with Nick Leon for a debut collaboration here, Projections of a Coral City, which lands on the cultured Barcelona-based label Balmat. It's a lush listen that very much soothes mind, body and soul with its widescreen ambient synth scopes, suspensory pads and painterly strikes of sound. The mood is carefree and dreamy, occasionally rueful and introspective and always realised in a beautiful fashion. Here's hoping this might be the first of many collabs if this is the sort of work these artists can cook up together.
 in stock $22.22
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Gloria (6:16)
Bruce (4:16)
Joe (4:27)
Old Man (3:45)
Don (3:50)
Patti (3:17)
Raoul (10:04)
Bridget (4:24)
Review: Joseph Shabason, Matthew Sage, and Nicholas Krgovich form a harmonious triangle, both musically and geographically. Hailing from Toronto, Colorado, and Vancouver respectively, they converged at Sage's barn studio nestled at the foot of the Rockies to explore their shared talent for finding beauty in life's mundane moments. Shabason, known for blending late 80s adult-contemporary and smooth jazz aesthetics into ethereal soundscapes, joins forces with Sage, who combines instrumental prowess with synthesis and field recordings to evoke the natural world's whimsy and profundity. Completing the trio is Krgovich, whose observational poetics add a relatable touch to their calm expressionism. Their collaborative album, warmly Shabason, Krgovich, Sage extends the wry and melancholic micro-miracles established in their previous works.
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 in stock $25.14
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Cat: ZORN 81. Rel: 06 May 24
 
Ambient/Drone
Goldne Abendsonne, Wie Bist Du So Schon (3:30)
Aprilnacht (3:27)
Urin Deiner Bluten 1 (1:53)
Mutter Maria Zwischen Den Himmeln (2:09)
Requiem Fur Eine Ringelnatter (2:40)
Urin Deiner Bluten 2 (2:51)
Apfelbaum, Kuh Und Backofen (1:55)
Nie Kann Ohne Wonne, Deinen Glanz Ich Sehn (3:36)
Requiem Fur Ein Schwalbennest (3:43)
Morgensonne (2:49)
Afra Altar Maidbronx (3:02)
Review: Originally released on tape by SicSic in 2014, Aprilnacht commemorates a decade of music from Brannten Schnure and marked the spring in a tetralogy of albums about the four seasons. When it was first released, Brannten Schnure consisted solely of German musician Christian Schoppik; it was only after this period that he'd continue to hone is gothic folk romanticism and pastoral neoclassical sound, thereafter enlisting the help of vocalist Katie Rich as well. Now reissued by the esteemed Aguirre Records, Aprilnacht returns for a second haunting, retro-spectrally calling to mind its eerie sound collages and dusty sampler assemblages.
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 in stock $25.94
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