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- Headphonaught reviews the new ambient album from Ebauche, and he loves it.
This is the music I love to come home to: the perfect combination of the familiar and the new, lovingly crafted and presented without pretension or artifice.
- Does size matter? Guardian Reviews Viewmaster
Or the magical, lo-fi Viewmaster, Ryan Van Winkle and Dan Gorman’s tiny poetic slideshow at Summerhall that takes you to the banks of the Nile or the tulip fields of Holland – or further – in under 15 minutes. Small can be very beautiful.
- Mumble Words reviews Viewmaster
A short but sweet private transcendental fifteen minutes…
- Edinburgh Festival Reviews Viewmaster
Intimate and charming poetry and music journey away from the bustle of the Fringe
- Exeunt Magazine reviews ViewMaster
It’s a strangely calming experience…. You leave reminded that who you are is often where you’ve been.
- BBC Reviews “Viewmaster” by Ryan Van Winkle and Dan Gorman
It’s an impressively immersive experience for such a low-tech approach. And it’s a performance I take part in.
- Hypnagogue reviews Triptych by WASH
its beauty–both lyrical and musical–grew on me and the release revealed itself as a thoroughly engaging, extremely intelligent suite of pieces that exude confidence and truly pull the listener in. You need to give this a try.
- Hypnagogue Reviews Theophany by Toaster
Toaster (aka Todd Elliott) tells a story in both song title and sound on his new release, Theophany. In my previous outings with Elliott’s music I often found myself looking for a point of entry, something to hang on to when things went a little far afield for my tastes. I had no such issues with Theophany. Maybe […]
- Headphonaugh reviews Theophany album by Toaster
I’ll admit Toaster’s “Theophany” was not what I expected. I thought I would hear his rather abstract big-sound, techno-inspired electronica … I didn’t … I don’t. “Theophany” is different because it is more about restraint. His techno-inspired electronic sound is definitely there but in a more relaxed, more ambient setting … and I, for one, […]
- Netlabel recommendations and reviews
What is the Netlabel Tracker? The netlabel tracker contains reviews and recommendation of quality netlabels that are active and innovative. I’m wish to spread the reviews across as many genres as possible. Why do I post Netlabel reviews? Discovering great new music is gratifying, but some days the thought of scouring the web for freshly […]
- Ikeaboy – Metanoia EP Reviews
Following Decal’s EP earlier this year on Invisible Agent, Ikeaboy drops an EP that covers underground electro’s many sounds.
- ViewMaster in St Andrews
Dan and Ryan are heading to St Andrews this weekend for two days of ViewMaster performances. The festival programme is bursting with poets from all over the world and we hope you’ll fit us in if you happen to be around.
- BitBasic – The Pale – Funky glitchy breaks
BitBasic a.k.a Simon Haycock creates uplifting glitchy electronica. His latest album entitled The Pale is out on Get Some! Records, and it encompasses a vast range of genres. Simon has unlocked the door to a musical pick and mix shop, selecting slices of sounds from a rainbow of genres, melting them together with apparent ease.
- The Big Burns Supper – Van Winkle and Gorman confirmed
We’re thrilled to announce our very own Ryan Van Winkle and Dan Gorman will perform viewmaster at the Big Burns Supper, Scotland 2015
- Video: Warren Daly to release experimental ambient EP
Upcoming experimental ambient music release by Warren Daly, mirrors the sound of the unexplored over 3 tracks, with an accompanied video.
- Warren Daly
Warren owns and manages Invisible Agent Records. With a background in pirate radio, festivals, and clubs, Warren Daly made the move from DJing to creating and performing his own music and live visuals as the curtain closed on the last millennium.
Tap in to it and infuse a collection of dark and brooding dub sounds with a cheeky playfulness.
- Selected Zoidworks 05-12
Utilising both expermemtation and improvisation to create something unique is a tough task in today’s world. Zoid seems to have utilised both and has created something that will be tough to top in its field
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