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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

In Trance As Mission

Axiom Ambient: Lost in the Translation (Axiom, 1994) is a two-disc set that includes remixes of tracks previously performed by music collective
Material. Material frontman Bill Laswell is an American bassist, producer and record label owner. Laswell ranks among the most prolific of musicians, being involved in hundreds of recordings with many musicians from all over the world. Laswell's music draws upon many different genres, most notably funk, various world music, jazz, dub and ambient styles. In the mid-1990s, he released several albums in the style of Ambient dub, using the umbrella name Divination. Laswell continues to hybridize music styles of disparate world cultures. Tabla Beat Science is one such fusion, joining classical Indian instrumentation with modern electronic production. Middle/ The Altogether (Sire Records, 2001) is English techno duo Orbital's sixth studio album and was released in 2001. Featured track "Oi!" samples from the Ian Dury and the Blockheads song "Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick". "Doctor?" is a version of the theme from the cult science fiction television series Doctor Who. Top/ Originally released on Virgin in 1974, Aqua is the first solo album by Edgar Froese. Born 6 June 1944, Froese is a German artist and electronic music pioneer, best known for co-founding the electronic music act Tangerine Dream.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Filigree & Shadow

This Mortal Coil was a musical dream pop project of Ivo Watts-Russell, founder of the British 4AD Records label. The project brought together key 4AD artists, as well as others not signed to the label, under an umbrella name. Among others, This Mortal Coil featured contributions from Howard Devoto, Colourbox, Dead Can Dance and, pivotally, Cocteau Twins. The gothic dream pop collective This Mortal Coil was one of the most representative bands on the 4AD label. Whether they played covers (of Watts-Russell's favorite artists) or originals, their material epitomized the haunting, ethereal sound that came to be associated with the label. Lush, swirling arrangements drenched in echo, reverb, and other effects were the project's stock-in-trade, often approaching ambient music. Whoever was performing, the music was united by its gentle surges of melancholy and by Watts-Russell's highly influential aesthetic. Between 1983 and 1991 This Mortal Coil released three albums—It'll End in Tears, Filigree & Shadow, and Blood—each of which consists largely of atmospheric interpretations of songs by 1970s artists such as Alex Chilton, Chris Bell, Roy Harper, Gene Clark, and Tim Buckley. The name "This Mortal Coil" is drawn from William Shakespeare's Hamlet and is a poetic expression referring to the earthly condition.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

In The Neon Forest

Bottom/ Shleep (Thirsty Ear, 1997) is the eighth album released by English musician Robert Wyatt, former member of the influential Canterbury scene band Soft Machine. In 2008, the Domino Records label, a large independent label housing such big indie stars as Arctic Monkeys, Pavement, Neutral Milk Hotel and Elliott Smith, re-released Wyatt's Drury Lane, Rock Bottom, Ruth Is Stranger Than Richard, Nothing Can Stop Us, Old Rottenhat, Dondestan, Shleep, EPs and Cuckooland on CD and vinyl. Recently the verb "Wyatting", named obviously after Robert Wyatt, appeared in some blogs and music magazines to describe the practice of playing weird tracks on a pub jukebox to annoy the other pub goers. Wyatt contributed the haunting "Masters of the Field", as well as "The Highest Gander", "La Forêt Rouge" and "Hors Champ" to the soundtrack of the acclaimed 2001 film Winged Migration. Top/ Hoy-Hoy! (Warner Brothers, 1981) is a collection of live recordings by American band Little Feat, released two years after the band's break-up following the death of founder Lowell George. Cover illustration by Neon Parks.