"El Nuevo trabajo de los suecos Arditi ofrece unos sonidos más influenciados por el neo classical que sus anteriores lanzamientos. Sorprendente y enérgico, resulta un disco imprescindible para un amant(...)"
"Desertshore" is a re-imagined cover version of Nico’s seminal 1970 album first conceived by Peter Christopherson in Berlin 2006, completed by Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti. "The Final Report" collects recordings from their final 2009/2010 sessions.
The eighth and final Black Metal album by Xasthur, as the next album features a more acoustic Folk sound, an element which is already often present here, not least due to the guest vocals by Marissa Nadler.
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Legendary USBM. Xasthur's 4th full length, synth passages and atmospheric pathways encapsulate moments of the raw gnawing blackness emblematic of the classic Xasthur sound. Lim. 400 handnumbered copies.
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Third and final installment of Xasthur's Moribund era trilogy, 2006's self titled offering is a short and blistering cataclysm of raw USBM. 3 tracks spread across 24 minutes, hauntingly atmospheric and chillingly evil. Lim. 400 handnumbered copies.
Imagine a fictive SCI-FI movie soundtrack in the veins of Vangelis "Bladerunner" or grand soundscapes like Tangerine Dream and Jean Michel Jarre and you will get an idea of what to expect on this very special album. Lim. 300x.
A trip through groovy Ambient tunes with surrealistic atmospheres to chaotic soundscapes towards slower, more experimental pieces which however form an intimate coexistence. Deeply fractured sonic mutations build up their own morphogenic aesthetics.
The unholy union of Xiu Xiu and the experimental band Larsen. Powered by a constant sense of yearning and a sense of needing to break free from some unseen chains, this album swings from unabashed Pop to clanging experimentalism, to moments of exorcism.
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The five-song "Subsequent Pleasures" EP was released in 1984 and served as a precursor to the Dark Wave sounds they would champion on their self-titled debut on 4AD the following year. Now remastered for vinyl again.