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  1. Tegan Northwood is an Australian singer/songwriter/producer. I first heard her track 'Close' on Pandora a few years back and was impressed: I proceeded to find and purchase the album it came from, 'Self-Raising Flower', a striking mixture of shoegaze, dreampop, ambient and IDMesque elements: https://endgamerecords.bandcamp.com/album/self-raising-flower She released another LP in 2008 called 'Last Days of Home' https://endgamerecords.bandcamp.com/album/last-days-of-home ... And now, today Tegan's released a new EP of tracks called 'Wherever You Are'. Some of you may dig this, highly recommended for fans of Cocteau Twins, Lush, Washed Out, Seefeel, etc: Link to new EP: https://tegannorthwood.bandcamp.com/
  2. I was obsessed with this group's EP Chamber Dreams from some years back, really good dream pop in the vein of Cocteau Twins / early 90s moody dream pop. They have an LP coming out now, little more upbeat but still digging the vocals and production a lot. Bandcamp second video is a bit silly but the music is still excellent
  3. Hey guys, My name is Peter, I'm 26, and I've been a member of the forum for about a year now. I make stuff under the name Nautical Operator, and I'm in the middle of making an album. I just finished this song which I hope to release as a single soon, and I was hoping to get some honest feedback on it. I recorded it in my bedroom by myself using Logic Pro as a DAW. It's not quite electronic music (not the beginning at least), but its very inspired by it. Like I mentioned in the title, I'm mainly influenced by Boards of Canada, Plaid, Tycho, and Porcupine Tree - but also Aphex Twin, Beck, Air, Zero 7 and more. Please let me know what you think! Thanks -Peter
  4. https://soundcloud.com/deadoceans/slowdive-star-roving-1 https://slowdive.bandcamp.com/ https://www.normanrecords.com/records/164525-slowdive-slowdive?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Tuesday%20Update%2028th%20March%202017&utm_content=Tuesday%20Update%2028th%20March%202017+CID_787c573576ce9d782cc94b6c2e279a79&utm_source=EmailMarketingSoftware&utm_term=Slowdive
  5. http://www.factmag.com/2016/11/17/jesus-mary-chain-new-album-2017/
  6. Dean Garcia (Curve) and his Daughter Rose Berlin are SPC ECO this is their new LP All We Have is Now https://spceco.bandcamp.com/ https://spceco.bandcamp.com/
  7. Some new experimental rock tunes... http://sunfeeder.bandcamp.com http://soundcloud.com/sunfeeder
  8. This is a newer label that I am going to be working with in the future. Check out what they have released thus far. Give them money if you want to. The new Xander Harris and Eyes, Wings, and Many Other Things releases are dope. http://www.pourlecorpsrecords.com/ http://pourlecorpsrecords.bandcamp.com/
  9. this is probably one of my favorite record labels today. there's such variety in their releases and they are consistently solid. check out some of the music below! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1UdxKxaRto http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPO5TQkHK9c http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSw4-gK2UME http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AvDiYDMRz8 (wife. hasn't released anything yet, but he just got signed and it's quite exciting based on his previous material) http://tri-anglerecords.com/
  10. everyone knows that listening to a rock concert from a mile away is the best music ever, so this trio featuring liz harris of grouper is (apparently beginning to) making this kind of music: i always wanted this from grouper since hearing this cover of hers: apparently she did so too. yay !
  11. I've been binging on Cocteau Twins' entire catalog for the past two days. I know there is love for them here but not in the form of a thread like this so far as I could tell. Their discography is a towering achievement; a traceable, single-minded effort toward perfecting an aesthetic that was initially discovered accidentally (Guthrie has said that he originally employed the trademark guitar effects to mask his initially poor playing). I enjoy going through chronologically... They started off sounding like Siouxsie influenced post-punk... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtXJ3SYXPC8 They started experimenting more with textures and aural aesthetics as they grew more comfortable with their gear and each other... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmZfR6dEXhM One of my favorite attributes of the group are Fraser's garbled, glossolalic lyrics which were never meant to come across literally to the listener; a deeply sincere emotional expulsion... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uo7TBGn4R8U They moved into slightly more accessible sonic territory while maintaining their idiosyncrasies... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkyzHsCT5zc And they ultimately went on to perfect their sound... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Adp8-YxMwIA Then they almost completely disappeared in 1997. There was to be a reunion tour back in 2005 but it was cancelled shortly before it was slated to commence... If there were a reformation I'm really not sure how or if they could top their previous body of work.
  12. Hey folks.. just wanted to share some creations with you.. http://nonlinearspacemovement.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/nonlinearspacemovement https://www.mixcloud.com/nonlinearspacemovement/ and since my nsm soundcloud account is full to the brim and i am too much of a cheapskate to go premium, i continue with the history eraser button: https://soundcloud.com/historyeraserbutton when i am fed up with making space music i sometimes do this: https://soundcloud.com/suprstructure or i go and make some elektrobass music: https://soundcloud.com/subsonicliberationfront Have an awesome evening! I know you will!
  13. Forthcoming 2CD compilation of remixes and rarities from the last seven years entitled "Memory and Matter". It will be released on October 7 on Darla Records. Disc 1 collects the finest cuts in the warm, blissed-out, shoegazy style - including this piece which was originally released on a super limited split EP with Orange Crush - whereas disc 2 is entirely comprised of much darker, more abstract and minimal pieces similar to Confluence. Lush as fuck.
  14. My band is hard at work on its first lp and this is our first intro to our music. Not idm at all but I have been on the board for years so I wanted to share it with you folks. Hope ya dig! love, Atop
  15. Picked up this LP the other week, just can't stop playing it. Beautiful take on shoe gaze by 5 ladies from Melbourne...it's had me digging out all my 90s stuff. Yeah, Beaches!
  16. 01 Swamp Bike 02 Night Bus 03 Plastic Swamp Log http://attacknine.bandcamp.com/album/swamp-bike Pay what you want and pass it around! This is a free single to provide a taste of what is to come in a few months at Attacknine. Some of you may remember the title cut from the Highschool Guitar EP (only a few copies of the clear 12" vinyl are still available here), and Night Bus was previously an iTunes-only exclusive track and now freed from its digital chains. Plastic Swamp Log is a newer recording, written specifically for this single, and features an eight-minute psychedelic reimagining of Swamp Bike with some new changes and vocals as well. Bonus points for some of the additional guitar overdubs on PSL being played by WATMM's own leafs! This is also only the second time I've recorded vocals for something, the first instance being Didn't Sleep At All on the Children Of The Hill 2x7" split with Orick (also still available on lovely vinyl here). Also, there is a mind-melting video for Swamp Bike. HD and full-screen is recommended for this one! [youtubehd]Wvqgicw7Lsk[/youtubehd] You can download the uncompressed high-definition video here: http://t.opsp.in/a19h9 So yeah, hope everyone digs this. I'm really excited to start releasing the stuff I've been working on for Attacknine for years now. More to come!
  17. The latest album from my solo dreampop/IDM project Public Transport, influenced by dream pop groups like Lush and more ambient artists like BoC and Ulrich Schnauss. http://soundcloud.com/public-transport/sets/seawall/ (Somehow, it's only embedding the first track in the set.) Produced with FL Studio, Green Oak's Crystal synth, and a sample collection I've been amassing since about 2003. I'm pretty pleased with how good FL is at routing effects!
  18. http://spceco.bandca...lbum/dark-notes Dark Notes by SPC ECO Digital Album Immediate download of 9-track album in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Buy Now ₤4 GBP or more 1. Dark Notes (intro) 04:07 2. Rip It All Home 04:49 3. Let It All Down ( In The Dark ) 06:04 4. Catch Me 03:30 5. La Casa De Los Ojos 04:56 6. The Subway Voice 01:04 7. Won't Be Long (Sun Is Gone) 05:09 8. One In A Million 05:40 9. Dark Notes (outro) 12:04
  19. http://soundcloud.com/nosuchagency/joanne-song
  20. Weepy French flower-metal act Alcest is set to drop their new album... today, apparently, though it's not yet available from US retailers and seems to be set for a January 17th release there, far as I can tell. Neige is back bitchez! From http://www.prophecy.cd/
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