Monochrome Rainbow is Cellar Dweller's first full length album. Marrying interests in drone and noise with the darker side of melodic techno hinted at in his Origami EP, it ranges from improvisational process pieces to tracks suitable for a cold warehouse dance floor. Drawing as much influence from poetry and pattern art as it does from musical reference points ranging from Messiaen to Basic Channel, it presents a rewarding if disconcerting listening experience.
1. Departures (4:13)
2. Your Cracked Lips (9:32)
3. Ice (8:06)
4. Turned By Ghosts (10:23)
5. Aether/Alchemy (13:21)
6. Border Master (8:58)
7. The Firs (7:09)
Another mix from Planet Terror co-founder Sam Walby, this time getting deeper and darker.
Andy Stott - Luxury Problems
Ben Frost - Leo Needs A New Pair of Shoes
Nils Frahm - Less
Bibio - Bones & Skulls
Loops Haunt - Hike
Roll The Dice - Calling All Workers
Shackleton - Music For The Quiet Hour, Part 2
Nick Drake - Horn
Autechre - Pule
Hecq - Steeltongued
Roly Porter - Al Dhanab
Sam Walby - Untitled
The second 2-track single release from Italy's Luca La Morgia via Planet Terror. 'The Garden of My Limits' gently rolls out of the speakers, a delicate mixture of synths and picked acoustic guitar.'Money Talks' is more percussive, maintaining the same sense of melody but with a more solid backbone. Keep your eye on Luca.
1. The Garden of My Limits (2:36)
2. Money Talks (3:50)
We first found Luca La Morgia's music on Soundcloud earlier this year and knew we owed it to society to share. This is the first of two single releases we'll be doing on which you'll find acid-tinged melodic electronica and classic breakbeat manipulations. 'Mental Disorder' hits all the sweet spots, synthetic harps and strings colliding underneath a driving rhythm. 'Analogue Wants To Fight' is a slightly darker affair, but follows the same classic electronica aesthetic. Keep your eye out for the second installment next week.
1. Mental Disorder (4:07)
2. Analogue Wants To Fight (3:46)
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