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Another one I've just uploaded - lots of ambient stuff with a bit of William Burroughs mixed in 00:00 low profile society - example 6 / labradford - recorded and mixed at the sound of music, richmond, va 04:43 blackdown - crackle blues 07:33 aphex twin - tha / miles tilmann - particle 3 / arovane and phonem - valid edge 11:52 aphex twin - saw2, cd2, track1 15:05 michael brook - distant village 17:09 autechre - bronchussevenmix / freeform - a.t: autechre remix 20:45 ensemble - disown delete: tim hecker remix / tim hecker - chimeras / robert henke - ground kaven 25:25 unknown track 29:13 kettel - electrician and adventurer 30:00 burial - night bus 20:33 monolake - indigo / mira calix - ms meteo: poolside mix 37:12 biosphere - the things i tell you 39:41 global communication - 9:39 44:22 brian eno - lantern marsh 48:30 radiohead - treefingers 50:59 spooky - seneschal / stephan micus - concert for gender, shakuhachi and zither 52:18 cliff martinez - will she come back? 56:38 deathprod - journey to the centre of the first 1:1 / woob - the gate 59:26 fennesz - city of light / keith fullerton whitman - track 3a (2waynice) 62:15 kettel - a french composer / boards of canada - diving station 66:27 brian eno and harold budd - the silver ball 69:04 loess - viscer 71:11 bob holroyd - earthwatching / autechre and the hafler trio - ae3o 75:59 bola - whoblo
Former Labradford member Mark Nelson has kept sporadically busy with the textural electronic explorations of his Pan•American project. The latest release is called Cloud Room, Glass Room and sees further evolution from the Pan•American camp. For one thing, percussionist Steven Hess is now a full-time member in the group, and the release also sees Labradford collaborator Bobby Donne playing bass on multiple tracks. A press release explains that we can still expect more of Nelson's mind-expanding production, however: Mark Nelson's deft production touches abound, subtly mixing disparate elements into a fully integrated whole, while Hess prominently displays a myriad of percussion techniques showing a mastery of understated rhythms. The resulting album is a resonant listen that ranks with the best of Pan•American's catalog. 1. The Cloud Room 2. Fifth Avenue 1960 3. Relays 4. Glass Room at the Airport 5. Laurel South 6. Project for an Apartment Building 7. Virginia Waveform