sunstream – Virtual Sky (2017, Self-Released)

Let’s say a few words about Lancaster County, PA. Millions of tourists visit to eat Amish cuisine at the Central

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Asha Mirr – It’s A Big World (2017, Business Casual)

Every year, there is a brouhaha over the next release from UK producer Burial. The previously anonymous William Bevan was

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High in Las Vegas – High in Las Vegas 3 (2017, Museum of Skin)

If you know anything about Hunter S. Thompson, then you are probably aware of the book, FearĀ and Loathing in Las

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Various Artists – Six Feet Under (2017, Grimoire)

There’s a chance you’ve never heard of witch house. Perhaps you’ve heard of it and think it sucks. Maybe you’re

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Campfire’s Edge – The Last Lighthouse (2017, Self-Released)

Years ago, I reviewed Robert Rich’s “Somnium.” At the time, it was the longest album in history, though Rich beat

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Leigh Toro – Layers of Ash (2017, Rural Colours)

As dreary skies gloom and the patter of rain percolates outside my window, I figure it’s good a time as

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_yi. – NULUV (2017, Self-Released)

It is an understatement to say that electronic music is a vast universe of sound. Looking back to the pioneers,

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Matthew Collings – Splintered Instruments (2012, Fluid Audio)

On his debut album, Matthew Collings creates an electro-acoustic world of melancholically melodic and neoclassically-tinted ambient-noise rock soundscapes, which are also harrowingly intense and full of enough raw emotion that makes “Splintered Instruments” stand out slightly from the crowd.

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