2015
Label: 邪界ニドヘグ - DC-003 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract, Ambient, Dark Ambient, Illbient, Industrial, Noise, Minimal
Signalljudextraction - Various - In The Dark 2 (CD, Album)

DB Records (2) Profile: English record label formed in September It released works from artists such as: Tom McRae, Electric Soft Parade, among others. In the db releases stopped. In the label is currently looking and listening for new artists to collaborate with. Contact Info:Offer Count: K.

 ·  · Yog-Sothoth by Cryo Chamber Collaboration, released 07 November 1. Yog-Sothoth 1 2. Yog-Sothoth 2 A 2 hour dark soundscape album recorded by 20 ambient artists to pay tribute to H.P. Lovecraft. Field recordings from foggy towns to desolate mountains. Deep space drone and crackling amplifiers combine into a black sky devoid of stars.

Dark Souls II, the highly anticipated sequel to ’s Dark Souls was released with much fanfare in March As with it’s predecessor, the intricate and moody score music struck a chord with fans of both composer Motoi Sakuraba and the game franchise, topping many a “best of ” list/5(2).

Various LSD Vinyl LP (LSD) All formats sold out - sorry! Mysterious, esoteric, obscure beauties plucked from lord knows where, as Light Sounds Dark delve into the furthest reaches of lost and forgotten sounds from way out. This one is comprised of a bunch of dark/gothic droning minimal/ambient works and beyond.

 · In The Dark 2: Crossfade Demo by jun tokito (jakai_nidhog) / Digital Track 13, Signalljudextraction / hironori nagatsuma 14, melonjuice radio / 不始末 Bandcamp Album of the Day . go to album. Zennyo by Zennyo.


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2 Replies to “Signalljudextraction - Various - In The Dark 2 (CD, Album)”

  1. A very different perspective than the reviews I've read here is that Junk Culture is OMD's peak! This release very successfully blends the 'art' with the 'pop'. The previous release, Dazzle Ships, doesn't have hooks to demand the listener play the album over and over, while the next release, Crush, is contaminated by the peppering of crassly calculated careerist "hit singles" (soulless Stephen /5().

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