Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno album 'Doobie Wonderland' featuring Pika of Afrirampo on drums and vocals.

''Album of the Week' 9/10 - Drowned In Sound.

'Sounds like Hawkwind jamming with Sun Ra and Public Image Ltd inside a vast cloud of bong smoke..' - Classic Rock magazine.

'Out of this world' - Shindig! magazine.


"Christ. - Cathexis Motion Picture Soundtrack".

"Sounds like the Brian Eno produced b-side of David Bowie's "Low" album which is no bad thing" - CLASH.

Philosophical, schizophrenic diatribes spoken in Japanese over rich Boards of Canada-esque backing tracks in the film. Beautiful, haunting, emotive - Bleep.

Beautifully dramatic slice of electronica - METRO.

Christ. - Zero Law track makes number 23 in John Peel's Festive 50 of 2012.

Christ. - liveleventwelve

To celebrate 10 years of John Peel session we've released the definitive Christ live set of recent times. Featuring the David ‘crazyhands’ McGeorge on drums, v-drums and cymbals, and Christ. taking the helm of the synthesisers, sequencers and computers. This set was recorded in a single take at the final rehearsal before Christ.’s Glasgow gig of November 2012. The performances of both musicians contribute to bringing the respective tracks to life with lots of live improvisation, and a stunningly tight performance.


Gushing waves of cinematic sound from Danish duo, The pair follow on from their last album on Ghostly International and past releases on Morr Music, with their latest album offering; a compelling concoction of big expansive swaths of colour and light and touches of influence from stalwarts of the nineties shoegaze scene such as My Bloody Valentine and The Cocteau Twins. Seefeel fans take note! - Bleep

"Danish two-piece create a fantastic brand of ambient electronica. who effortlessly reference all the great electro-shoegaze whilst creating a unique sound" - The 405

Nachtblende is a worthwhile addition to 2011's seemingly errant fascination with ambient techno - Drowned In Sound 7/10

Some of the music on "Nachtblende" album by Syntaks sounds like "Low" era David Bowie and Brian Eno - God Is In The Tv Zine


If this was 1973, Brian Ellis would be challenging Mike Oldfield for Best multi-Instrumentalist award. The man's a hero! UNCUT magazine 4/5

This record dares dares dares to rub shoulders with such cultural giants as John McLaughlin’s immense 1970 DEVOTION LP, to nip at the heels of Miles Davis’ most opaque and chromatic AGHARTA, to dock at Magma’s most guarded space port, even to sail perilously close to U.S.S. Zappa yet still come out smelling like Faust’s 1st! Spectacular steering, sir! Magical is this recording. - JULIAN COPE.

Closing epics "Psaw" & Magma tribute "Walomendem" are cosmic prog at it's filthiest, explosive spurts of solar fire arcing into infinity. THE WIRE.

"Quipu" is an astonishing piece of work, especially when it was the work of just one man! "The freeform lunacy of Gong" CLASSIC ROCK PROG.


Ecovillage - With Fragile Wings We Reach The Sun.
Guest artists include Keith Canisius (Rumskib), Jonas Munk (Manual & Casau Sui), and female vocalists Garett Pierce and Stine Grove.

'Everything seems to be on some utopian plane with these guys' - Black Book Mag.

'full of dreamy instrumentation, great sounds and textures are to be found through out. What a glorious release - December Hotel.

'If you like Cocteau Twins and dreampop in general then this new track from Swedes Ecovillage might be right up your street - Sounds XP website.

2muchachos -Formanta album has elements of electronica, field recordings, folktronica, shoegaze, krautrock and ambient. Each track is carefully crafted by gradually washing you gently with their beautiful sounds. For fans of Seefeel, Radiohead, Sigur Ros, mum, and ambient works era Aphex Twin.

9/10 - DyingForBadMusic / Album of the week - Resident

Outstanding combination of dubstep & classical music - PennyBlackMusic

Unjustly underrated masterpiece - Indie Rock Mag


If we could rescore the Donnie Darko soundtrack, it would be 90% Foreign Cinema tracks - Flavorpill

For fans of: Depeche Mode, New Order, Massive Attack, Cocteau Twins, The Cure, Portishead -

9/10 - Music with an exclamation point!

Exciting music is rare, and creative music is even scarcer in today’s social structure; finding this was pure synchronicity - Steven DiEva 4/5

'SJOFN - SECRET' album 

Minimalistic and simple folk music, but with very thoughtful arrangements and well crafted songs - One Chord.Blog

Experimental and accessible, this organic, folk album, invites us to curl up in a quilt to enjoy this little moment of comfort, making us temporarily forget the difficulties of outside world with ease. Magical.
- With Music In Mind.

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