Neil Wiernik – Broken Strings, Plastic Tubes and Bedside Serenades

Label: Feedback Loop Label Free Download  I’ve had this unending fascination with power lines for a while now. I have taken a number of photographs that depict the desolate, lifeless nature that they impress upon me. Of all the photos I have taken, none come close to the astounding photograph that adorns the cover of … Continue reading

SIGHUP – City Passage

Steve Hamann is the mind behind SIGHUP, an exploration into ambient music that has had a life over the last decade. Hamann describes his heavily textured ambient pieces as ‘the abstracted way in which people understand and process place’ and there is no better way to describe City Passage. The three tracks, spread over 20 … Continue reading

Creative Commons License

Towards the right you can now see the license I will be publishing my writings here under, I realised that I probably should put some sort of license there and since I am all for the provision of free information and text it is a CC license, follow the link for further details on the … Continue reading

Benjamin Dauer – Saturation Event

Thin, stretching, branches adorn the cover of Benjamin Dauer’s new release Saturation Event, the branches hold a heavy contrast with the foggy unknown background and a sense of eerie calm greets those who look at it. To be honest, it is slightly unnerving…and I love it. While a lot of ambient music for me creates … Continue reading

Leonardo Rosado – Opaque Glitter [Pre-order]

Feedback Loop Label presents its first physical edition, and how fitting that label founder Leonardo Rosado releases his album Opaque Glitter. The record is made up of tracks chosen by the public from a large pool of the Opaque Glitter Sessions. The album is in a limited run of 100 copies, accompanied by 1 of … Continue reading

Fescal – Into the Atmosphere

Fescal’s Into the Atmosphere is quite the exploration into ambient music, and I find the title to be quite apt as often I feel like im ascending into something that is out of this world. The textures are so peaceful, the light shimmers through the glowing haze of ambient sounds so effortlessly that it is easy … Continue reading

Bernadette Erikka – Lie With Care

I have never quite heard the piano played like this. Immediately the sound was so foreign, so removed from my preconceptions of how the piano functions and how it sounds. This came as an immediate delight as well, this was something new to my ears. The notes would fall drastically, crumble into one another so carelessly … Continue reading

Luca Nasciuti – Temporali

Luca Nasciuti’s Temporali at first listen, for me, was musical experimentation at the height of its game. Over time this image of experimentation I had in my head was slowly eroded away until I formed a new opinion of the ominous, foreboding and confronting sounds on this release. This new opinion was one of musical … Continue reading

Parachute Pulse – Kingdom

Share this release freely Parachute Pulse is the moniker of Ana Roman from Bucharest, Romania. Her sounds is characterised by a mixture of ambient, electronic and sound design elements that for me show one of the strongest netlabel releases of the year so far. Thrown into this mix are obtuse vocal arrangements and field recordings … Continue reading

Twin Lizard – The 6 Billion

Needle in the Groove Netlabel is situated in the UK and this release, dropping late last year is an EP by Twin Lizard (version 4?). The 6 Billion, a reference to the earth’s population I would presume is straight up hip hop with lyrics focused on the political state of the world as we know … Continue reading