BEN FROST Live in Cincinnati, Ohio on October 19th, 2014 Written by S. L. Weatherford Photography by Custom and Jeremy Zang ___ While Ben Frost was beginning to reach a ...
Pentacene: what an interesting name. Though initially unaware of its meaning, I got the impression that it was something nasty. According to Wikipedia, pentacene is “a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon consisting of five linearly-fused benzene rings”. Oh, okay. That clears everything up. Not really. Essentially, pentacene is a purple powder that slowly degrades upon exposure to […]
A deeply synthetic atmosphere and pristine field recordings are turning Manifesto’s Rust in one of the most impressive Silken Tofu releases to date. This album, which is now two years old doesn’t need you to adjust to its environment or to enter a certain mood. From the very first second you are already there. It’s impressive what an immensity […]
Grey Frequency may be called a newcomer in the dark ambient scene, but only if you’re someone who hasn’t ventured deep down to the grimmest depths of the genre. Gavin Morrow has been releasing works under this monicker for two years now and his new album is a good reason to get introduced to his work. Immersion was published […]
Desiderii Marginis is a one-man project that has consistently delivered variations upon a vision; a certain style that is backed up by a competent handling of aural texture and tightly honed minimalism. Hypnosis, rather than showing any kind of weariness or creative drain, is instead a gargantuan two-disc release which takes the project to a […]
Growing up in Australia, there is a strong emphasis on remembrance. Remembrance comes to us in many forms: education in schools, dedicated public holidays, and dates in the calendar to mark a significant victory or loss. Sadly these dates on our calendar are falling by the wayside. Our attention is drawn to the bank holidays, […]