We're glad to premiere the music video for a beautiful cut from Walrus Ghost & Max Frankl album "Downing Still Life" - shot and directed by Brendan Gilliam all in Super 8, this one's a BoC-reminiscent trip into memory's deepest emotional recesses, a gently contemplative piece soaked in the warm orange glow of nostalgia.
Back this Spring with a sublime sophomore outing on New York-based label Arcane, the Chinese-born, Vancouver-based musician had a lot to talk about, so we seized the occasion and had a quick chat with the tremendously gifted lady.
Born from a recurring dream he made before putting the first touch to the tracks - involving "an expedition that leads into a glacier where an ancient ice metropolis lies", 'Deep Thought Glacial River' casts its net far and wide; meshing bleached-out exotica with subdued prog folk tropes and teeming beds of organic noises to create a riveting sound fresco.
Two years after his first incursion on Kompakt, Kenneth James Gibson returns with 'In The Fields Of Nothing' LP that shines a particularly bright light on the Californian musician's arresting melange of minutely-crafted instrumentals, lucid vision and deeply immersive electronics, bearing in them both the solar radiance and crucial minerality of his Idyllwild home.
Twelve years after its original release, Belong’s debut 'October Language' gets it first vinyl pressing courtesy of John Elliot’s Spectrum Spools label. The reissue launches the record into a new context, shedding new light on both its predecessors and what came after.