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  1. Pocket synth/music gadget makers Teenage Engineering have teamed up with record label Ghostly International to create the PO33, a pocket operator: https://www.teenageengineering.com/store
  2. Ghostly International's Beacon will be releasing their sophomore album, Escapements, this Friday (Feb 5th) but you can stream the album prior to its release here: https://thump.vice.com/en_us/track/beacons-sophomore-album-for-ghostly-international-is-a-fragile-floor-filler Absolutely love what I hear, this is definitely a release day purchase for me.
  3. "For many great artists, going back is the way to move forward. With this in mind, Berlin-based producer Recondite looked to his homeland of Lower Bavaria for his debut Ghostly International release, Hinterland. “I tried to capture the area’s mentality and natural environment within the album,” he explains. “Particularly the moods that behold the emotions of the four seasons, which differ a lot in this region.” In fact, most of the field recordings featured in this 10-track LP were taken in his recent visits to the free state in southeastern Germany." "Recondite’s production career has only spanned a handful of years, but his versatility with electronic music as an expressive medium puts him beyond others with discographies twice as long. He began Plangent Records in 2011 as a means for releasing his own music in limited batches. Lush, gorgeous, and vibrant are three words that can often describe his original productions, whether it’s floating in a beatless ambience or driving a hard rhythm through the soundsystem of a nightclub or warehouse. His debut album came out in 2012 on the Los Angeles-based Acid Test imprint, and quickly put him up alongside labelmate Tin Man, who offered a remix for the On Acid LP." look / listen http://ghostly.com/releases/hinterland
  4. "Awake" is the first single and the name of Tycho's upcoming full length due March 18th, 2014." ghostly international http://ghostly.com/releases/awake Tracklisting 01 Awake 02 Montana 03 L 04 Dye 05 See 06 Apogee 07 Spectre 08 Plains
  5. http://tychomusic.com/awake/ Anyone going? Will probably be there in Pontiac this Friday the 11th if anyone wants a pint. If you haven't seen Tycho live, I definitely recommend it. The live band brings the music to life in a cool way.
  6. http://ghostly.com/releases/smm-opiate Streaming in full here: http://www.spin.com/articles/smm-opiate-stream-ghostly-ambient/ Some great tunes on here, but based on first listen, not as strong as the first compilation imo: http://ghostly.com/releases/smm-context
  7. "Tadd Mullinix's acid warrior alter ego, JTC, returns to Spectral Sound – a label he's been a part of for at least a decade – and with it comes an onslaught of house and funk to fill up a dancefloor. "Valley Road (We Are 1)" has a classic Detroit sound that could easily find its way into Mike Huckaby or Rick Wade's DJ bags, and includes the assurance that "together we are one." After the intense and dark Creep Acid 2xLP that came out on Nation in 2011, it's impressive to see the former Mr. Cotton return with something so fun and buoyant. The DJ QU remix is a perfect accompaniment, coating the original version's classic New York house elements with a deeper, hypnotic tribal rhythm that can be heard at QU's late-night warehouse sets where Queens meets nowhere." "Alpha Helix" closes out the B-side of the record with a heavy dose of acid, but JTC keeps up with the anthemic good vibes from the single's A-side. Playful synths, hand claps, and crisp syncopation spin around the occasional and intentionally incomplete lyric of "your body," making it move in time. It's a solid effort from JTC, completing another piece in the mysterious and brilliant jigsaw puzzle in his expanding discography." spectral sound http://ghostly.com/releases/valley-road-we-are-1
  8. "Seattle-based producer Jeff McIlwain's work has long inhabited the fertile border zone between electronic pop and experimental electronic music — it's a place that's home to music that has both a brain and a heart, and McIlwain's been exploring its boundaries for the best part of a decade now." "The Waiting Room is his third full-length release for Ghostly International under the moniker Lusine, and his first album since 2009's A Certain Distance. As with all McIlwain's work as Lusine, this is a record that's characterized by both diversity and coherency. Its tracks traverse a variety of sonic landscapes, from the widescreen atmospherics of appropriately-titled opening track "Panoramic" through the digital soul arrangement of Electronic's "Get the Message" and the club-friendly bounce of "First Call" to the slow-building Detroit-inflected closer "February". "But for all The Waiting Room's eclecticism, it's also notable that it plays out as a coherent whole, with McIlwain's deft production creating the sense of a single, logical journey — an album, rather than a simple collection of tracks. It also continues the excursions into vocal-led tracks that characterized A Certain Distance — exactly half of The Waiting Room's ten tracks employ vocalists, most notably the aforementioned "Get the Message," wherein guest vocalist and wife Sarah McIlwain makes Bernard Sumner's words her own: "I don't know where to begin / Living in sin," she sings calmly, "How can you talk? / Look where you've been." "As a whole, this is an album that's both cerebral and visceral, a record that's both rewarding of a serious headphone session and also warm and melodic enough to make listening as engaging in an emotional sense as it is in an intellectual one. Many artists flirt with these two extremities of electronic music; few tie them together as well as McIlwain does." Ghostly International http://ghostly.com/r...he-waiting-room
  9. "The whole album, in fact, is described as a “city album” by its maker, and it’s easy to see why — each track possesses a different aesthetic and reflects a different environment. Gold Panda describes it as “a jump from location to location… I felt like I was stealing a piece of each place I went to.” ‘Community’ is a house-tinged reflection on cultural divides in London, while "Brazil" catalogs Gold Panda's arrival in Sao Paolo: “I wanted to make a track that soundtracked my ride from the airport to downtown” he explains. “The [vocal] sample is kind of like an excited chant, bigging up the place, then it all gets confusing to replicate the traffic and buildings." ghostly international http://ghostly.com/releases/half-of-where-you-live
  10. New album by Detroit 'electroclash' duo ADULT. called 'The Way Things Fall' coming May 14th. Promo Video... Track from album... Tracklisiting: 1 - Heartbreak 2 - Idle (Second Thoughts) 3 - Tonight We Fall 4 - New Frustration 5 - Love Lies 6 - At The End Of It All 7 - Nothing Lasts 8 - A Day Like Forever 9 - We Will Rest 10 - Rise & Fall Additional Info: http://www.theghostlystore.com/products/adult-the-way-things-fall
  11. "Unlike some ambient music, Loyal, Jakub Alexander's release under the Heathered Pearls moniker, embraces the idea of melody with understated but distinct sounds emerging from the loops Alexander uses to construct his tracks. "I wanted to find a world that was built on repetition, erosion and melody because making these songs was about recreating soothing environments." "The album's roots lie in a very utilitarian idea: "I started writing what now has become Loyal as a mental break from my personal anxieties," Alexander says. A study in the hypnotic, calming qualities of music, Loyal is also a tribute to Alexander's mother and Aunt (featured on the cover) who were crucial in instilling the taste and aesthetics so key to his music. "My mom introduced me to my first ambient record over 10 years ago. Loyal is a response to this." "This is a record that's full of delicate beauty. It embraces fragility and lightness, sounding entirely natural despite being created electronically. Tracks ebb and flow into the mix and the songs themselves wash into your headphones like waves receding slowly into silence. The music is unabashedly beautiful with gentle currents of low level tones and gleaming sparkles of synth loops that build and decay." listen http://ghostly.com/releases/loyal
  12. ADULT. just released a 7" EP on Ghostly International called 'Shari Vari / 122 Hours of Fear'. They've been out of the music loop since 2008 so I am excited to hear what's new with them! Apparently these are cover tunes... http://ghostly.com/releases/shari-vari-122-hours-of-fear Let's hope an album is forthcoming!
  13. "The Moving Mountains EP is the first new material the world has heard from New York producer Michna in nearly four years, since the release of his highly-acclaimed debut albumMagic Monday in 2008. It's been quite a while between releases, but Michna's been anything but idle during this period – he's done everything from painting to production for the NBA to remixes for DM Stith, Joy Orbison and Kelis. And all the while, he's been working on new material, taking his time to record a follow-up to Magic Monday that represents another great leap forward in terms of both songwriting and production." "Moving Mountains demonstrates the result of this endeavor, and the four tracks here provide a neat summation of Michna's versatility, covering more musical ground in 20 minutes than most artists do in an entire album. Opening track "Titanium Glaciers" is as sleek and futuristic as its name might suggest, while the "Wanted Exotic" provides quite the contrast, its house-influenced sounds giving the clearest nods to Michna's "other" career as a club DJ in NYC. "Through the City on the Edge" finds a happy medium between these two extremes, bobbing along on a driving bassline and sounding for all the world like it would indeed do a fine job of soundtracking a ride through a city in some distant unknowable future. And the EP's closing track—the intriguingly titled "The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale"—is a stately piano-led instrumental that fades slowly into an extended outro of birdcalls and atmospheric echoes." [youtubehd]YwIeNGOgexY&feature=relmfu[/youtubehd] http://ghostly.com/r...oving-mountains
  14. "Ancient Future is the second collaboration between composer and visionary pianist Ryuichi Sakamoto and electronic pioneer Christopher Willits. Built around a series of piano pieces that Sakamoto sent to Willits after the release of the duo's first record together, 2008's Ocean Fire, the six tracks that make up Ancient Future are entirely instrumental—and yet, they speak about the very essence of what it means to be human." "As a whole, Ancient Future functions as a piece about the creation, acceptance and completion of one's fate and all of life's experiences, following a trajectory through inner conflict, resolution and, ultimately, acceptance. The six-song cycle moves through a narrative of sorts, each piece with a story to tell and an aspect of life to explore." http://ghostly.com/r.../ancient-future
  15. "Reflective of Gold Panda’s increased time travelling the globe and jumping from place to place, "Mountain" and "Financial District" most definitely sit apart from each other in different atmospheres. "Mountain," the slightly warmer of the two, with it's huge reverberating percussive sound cocooning a myriad of skittering, pirouetting samples. "Financial District" meanwhile revolves around off-kilter drones that play off one another before being hoisted up by the return of that resolute rhythm." listen http://ghostly.com/releases/mountain
  16. . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuGO6WHcruU&feature=player_embedded http://ghostly.com/releases/dive http://blog.iso50.com/category/tycho/ .
  17. http://ghostly.com/releases/lineage-ep
  18. http://ghostly.com/releases/glimmer
  19. . http://ghostly.com/r...work-work-work- http://htrk.yourcomicbookfantasy.com/ . . .
  20. [youtubehd]eWyvEwENrOw[/youtubehd] Never heard their previous albums but this sounds good. Comes out Sept. 6th. Clips at: http://ghostly.com/r.../work-work-work
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