The first of several new releases coming from The A.M. Experiment, Emerging From the Underground is a twenty track voyage through several styles of electronic music.
“A selection of tracks initially conceived for a live event at The Incubator. The songs developed into a fully fledged EP in it’s own right as a consistency of sound and vision began to form during post event recording sessions and arrangement.”
Ember Music welcomes our newest artist, Boston-based Mourning Moon.
Mourning Moon is an ambient electronic group who makes music similar to bands like múm, Boards of Canada, Massive Attack, Bjork, Tricky. Formed by McQ6 (John McKusick), who is bandmate to Ember artist Akisma in Band Without Hands, and former Produkt bandmate with MobiusB, Mourning Moon takes the listener on a diverse journey that spans the spacial and darker sides of ambient by mixing in influences from rock, downtempo, noise core and gamelan.
The Ember Music MIXcast is a regular helping of tracks by artists of the Ember Music label. This mixcast was compiled and mixed by William Bendrot.
Welcome to this month’s installment of the MIXcast. We’ve got a moody mix perfect for the shift to shorter and progressively colder days with a great darker block of tracks in the middle from Graham Brinkert (with some assistance from Savaran), Slowly We Falter and The A.M. Experiment. These are all bookended by tracks from Darren Borg, Kurt Lorenz, Tangram, an oldie from Known Rebel and another new track off of Savaran’s latest album.
Enjoy! And if you like what you hear on this MIXcast, please tell others, and then go to EmberMusic.com to discover more!
01. Darren Borg – No Way Back (0:00)
02. Kurt Lorenz – Soliton (4:46)
03. Slaphappy Mortician (Graham Brinkert) – Terminus Emerged – Savaran Remix (10:26)
04. Slowly We Falter – Kyma.02 (14:45)
05. The A.M. Experiment – Heliophobia (17:53)
06. Tangram – No More Syncronisation (27:20)
07. Known Rebel – Gathering of the Argonauts (30:31)
08. Savaran – Scattered Light (36:40)
We are very happy to announce the latest release from TraisKin, uneven at 5am (downtown los angeles).
A love-hate relationship with the developing city of downtown Los Angeles. Located and recorded in the Old Bank District from a high-rise on Spring Street. The sounds of the first 14 minutes after 5am.
I have a fascination with mechanical noises… loud mechanical things. I thought for sure that moving downtown in LA, I would have my share of these sounds. I thought I would have a plethora of sounds to choose from, but instead I found that all the sounds were always going at once and I really couldn’t concentrate on one individual sound. I noticed that this was an all-day thing, starting at 5am in the morning. After a while, I couldn’t decide if this kind of drone was a good thing or not. Ultimately, it turned out to be a hindrance….
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