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  1. New 36 album, forthcoming on A Strangely Isolated Place. 2xLP 12" transparent red vinyl. Release date: October 24th 2016 Track list: A1 Room 1 A2 Room 2 B1 Room 3 B2 Room 4 C1 Room 5 C2 Room 6 C3 Room 7 D1 Room 8 D2 Room 9 D3 Room 10 Format: Double transparent red vinyl in matte-laminated gatefold sleeve (300 copies) & Digital Download. Mastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri @ Black Knoll Studio Artwork by Dennis Huddleston
  2. Essential collection of archival works from James Bernard. These tunes stand up with some of the best chill-out music of the 90s era. Very highly recommended. (And if you haven't yet heard the 36/Awakened Souls collab from earlier this year, you should get on it.)
  3. Video for Part I is here. Available for PWYW DL and on LP at Dextro's bandcamp.
  4. https://astrangelyisolatedplace.bandcamp.com/album/a-state-of-decrepitude "Amsterdam-based duo Wanderwelle presents their fourth full-length album titled A State Of Decrepitude. Inspired by the many aspects of impermanence and facets of decay, the duo composed their most intrinsic and detailed production yet. After two successful albums on Silent Season and a recent collaboration album with Bandhagens Musikförening on Semantica, Phil van Dulm & Alexander Bartels have applied their talents to create a mysterious soundtrack focussed on the countless faces of deterioration. Recorded in 2018, Wanderwelle’s first electroacoustic album is an anthological approach to a theme that is inseparable from our current global crises. To find the right sounds for this expansive topic, a vast array of field recordings were collected. Wanderwelle recorded disintegrated echoes in churches, broken machines at abandoned industrial spaces and the eroding forces of waves and winds. Furthermore, archival recordings were used to revive episodes of ruin from bygone eras that fell victim to the ravages of time. Finally, the duo recorded several pianos and a church organ as -in their philosophy- these instruments symbolize the crumbling of religious institutes and socio-economic structures. A State of Decrepitude is a soundtrack to humanity that once was. But, what can seem like closing credits to our world today, can in fact help shine a light on the fragile beauty we find in the everyday. As Wanderwelle put it, “The most interesting part of decay is its beauty; the craquelure on a painted door; crumbling walls of ruins from past days; cliffs battered by the eternal pounding of waves - all are reminders of the temporality of man’s existence and its surroundings. It makes one aware of our short presence on Earth"
  5. From the description: James Clements (ASC) debuts his first full-length album under his Comit alias, titled Remote Viewing. Born out of his love for music that was often classed as 'IDM' during the mid-to-late 90's, and labels such as Morr Music, City Centre Offices, Merck and Hobby Industries, Comit is a new avenue for James that builds upon his background in drum & bass, his ambient projects for the likes of Silent Season and his admiration for a more nostalgic electronic sound. It was this appreciation for early IDM that became the impetus for James' infamous Deep Space mix series in the early 2000's and resulted in a brief output of inspired productions as both ASC and Intex Systems. But this sound never fully evolved until it became a devoted project. The first outing for the Comit alias came as a limited 7" on the Short Trips label in 2016 and is now finally presented in its realized form within Remote Viewing. Broken, glitchy breakbeats weave amongst emotive and often melodic chord progressions, all stemming from James' expansive collection of analog synthesizers. It's a sound that feels distinct and very separate to James' music as ASC, whilst adding a new evolution to the genre we may have previously described as IDM. https://www.juno.co.uk/products/comit-remote-viewing/739758-01/ https://astrangelyisolatedplace.bandcamp.com/album/remote-viewing
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