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  1. Great list! May I add bvdub d&b side project East of Oceans - Broken Seas To Destroy A City - Go Mirage Last Days - These Places Are Now Ruins Mogwai - Every Country's Sun Hammock - Columbus OST/Mysterium
  2. Enjoy that album from the first listen. Nice debut album, more concise and melodic than his first ep's imo. He's coming in Montreal next week so I'm definitely gonna be there
  3. Those are the movies that really moved me this year, also recommend to check out the OST. Salero: Captain Fantastic: Lion: Arrival: Distance Between Dreams: Embers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmaTnsvHfXQ Jackie: Bridgend: The Childhood of a Leader Trailer:
  4. This is his best album so far imo. https://johnbeltrandelsin.bandcamp.com/album/everything-at-once
  5. Just find out they put up a mix for tiny mix tapes: Very nice selections!
  6. I was surprise that nobody post on the Axioms ep yet. I really like where his going and hyped for the new LP https://throwingsnow.bandcamp.com/album/axioms From the official bandcamp: 'Embers ’the new album from Ross Tones aka Throwing Snow, is a conceptually imaginative and musically atmospheric recording that draws stimulus from laws and patterns of the natural world. Excelling creatively from the freedom and restrictions of applying aspects of these elements, ‘Embers emerges vividly from the processes employed in its creation. https://throwingsnow.bandcamp.com/album/embers
  7. Here a nice review from Igloo magazine: http://igloomag.com/reviews/the-lure-of-the-synth-kranky
  8. From the official band page: Physicalist blends swirling arpeggios, ambient soundscapes, and driving motorik beats with free-flowing experiments on piano, flute and percussion. The first FORMA album to feature acoustic instrumentation, Physicalist owes more to American composers like Harold Budd or Terry Riley than Klaus Schulze and other Krautrock visionaries. http://www.formasounds.com/
  9. I will definitely dig their previous albums, pretty dynamic and creative output. And yes you are right about Spectrum Spools, it is still run by John Elliot from Emeralds.
  10. I just saw him last night in montreal, what a performance! Just discover a new kranky act as well, Forma were quite simply amazing. Bought both albums and now I'm broke for ever... or until Tuesday for Loscil
  11. At under15$ per night I will not miss this! Can't wait!! https://www.lfttckt.com/tickets/lfttkt-casa-1470668344-18962 https://www.lfttckt.com/tickets/lfttkt-casa-1475784287-19210
  12. I just went to the turbo crunk event host by the RBMA on Saturday and I must say that it was just a crazy night! Best rave gig I experience in a very long time. I wasn't sure about the album at first mainly because of the new EDM direction, but after getting the energy from the live set, I'm totally enjoying that new sound.
  13. ''Atmospheric and ambient dub master Yagya serves up Stars And Dust, his seventh full length album and second on Delsin. It finds the Icelandic artist perfectly pair melody and minimalism to create ten more tender tracks that will sooth both body and mind with a range of very real emotions. Electronic but organic, it is another complete work that encourages you to lay back and get lost in sumptuous sound''.
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