SALE: Infraction

We’ve got a selection of our items from the INFRACTION label on sale this week, with the low prices being good though April 4th or while supplies last.

Drape – Let There Water Air –Regularly $8.99, right now just $6.99

“Spencer Williams and Ryan Gracey’s 2nd full length LP as Drape on Infraction. Analog orchestras and guitar
notes that expand for minutes on end. The first two tracks on Let There Water Air are awash in a guitar and
cello haze, rising up on ‘new mountains’ like the morning sun cresting over the horizon. When it gets quiet,
as in with the opening of ‘Interiors’, it is a stark-like Cage piano piece with the sounds of the piano
repair shop these tracks were recorded in captured like bits of dust. The buzzing of a not too faraway
guitar still makes it’s presence known, but it is the slooow melody of textural piano that is the centerpiece
here. Where Drape in the past has blended noise AND ambience, here the noise is weighted, perforated and the
light is allowed to filter through.

All filters aside, Let There Water Air is Drape shining brightly. Balance and restraint – the soft noise of
guitar, the melodic anchor of carefully chosen piano notes, the occasional metallic reverb and hum, even a
cacophonous (relatively) piano hammering (courtesy of Doug McDiarmid of Why?), and the entwining of guitar strings with cello strings. ” –infractionrecords.com

Zimiamvian Night – Zimiamvian Night 3 (2CD) –Regularly $10.99, right now just $8.99

“The recording was dead. A lifeless piece of audio ‘lost’ (filed) on a dusty hard drive and purposely dropped under a nameless ‘untitled’ folder. The men and women of the Zimiamvian Night collective were content to move on, record more pieces, capture other lights, and bathe in distant ambiences far, far away.

The Wolf (indeed his real name) caught word of this abandoned audio and offered to inject some life, and perhaps revive what was left behind. After careful listening, tape splicing (uploading) and painstaking attention to the neverending, everlasting drone notes, blowing wind and dappled environmental samples – a new recording emerged and is now presented here. Alive and well.

Zimiamvian Night 3 is the collection over 2 discs of the before, after and in-between. It is meant to document this transition and serves as a reference point to the story that spans years, the accidental audio diary passively collected on tape and the mysterious end result.” –infractionrecords.com

Keith Barry – The Ear That Was Sold to a Fish/Turn Right a Thousand Feet from Here (2CD) –Regularly $10.99, right now just $8.99

“Keith Berry’s The Ear That Was Sold to a Fish is one of those albums whose inner life and fertility is compelling evidence that Drone is not only alive, but with designs on immortality. The artful construction and architecture of this post-minimal space drone suite shows how spare means can be harnessed to rich ends, making it one of the most engrossing records of the year – whether 2011 or 2005.

Stoughton mini-lp gatefold CD sleeve, cardstock inner sleeve envelopes. Design by Timothy O’Donnell.” –infractionrecords.co

Tetsu Inoue – World Receiver –Regularly $7.99, right now just $5.99

“This is such a classic that to review it now, 11 years on, seems completely unnecessary. Not widely acclaimed on its initial release in 1996, and unfortunately out of print for quite some time, Infraction is thankfully bringing this back to market. World Receiver ranks very near the top of best ambient albums lists, up with Eno’s On Land, KLF’s Chill Out, and Global Communication’s 76:14.

Inoue was ahead of his time with this record, incorporating field recordings seamlessly with his own analog synthesizers. Field recordings had been used for years by the time this came out, to be sure. The perfect nature of how the music plays off the recordings and the reverse on this record still possesses the capacity to amaze. The location recordings are never too location-specific, sounding like they could be anywhere on the globe. Which they might very well be, as Inoue travelled Japan, Thailand, Pakistan, Germany, and the United States, gathering his sounds. Point being that the integration sounds so completely organic, composed around each other, on a level unparalleled upon initial release.

World Receiver deserves the accolades heaped upon it since 1996. There weren’t many ambient releases that sounded like it at the time, and 10 years on, there still aren’t that many. Even Inoue himself has moved on from this sound. There is nothing like this being released today. If you don’t have it, what are you waiting for?” –igloomag,com

Offthesky & Pleq – A Thousand Fields –Regularly $8.99, right now just $6.99

At the intersection between ambient, minimalism, 4th world, found sound, drone, and post-classical composition.

“Seven uneasy pieces. The duo draw the drapes of an abandoned stage set. A head(y) cinema—a space waiting for timbres to exhale; a rumble, an ominous string swell, dissonant synth shivers. Suspense—uneasy, queasy, eerie. Tension without resolution, sometimes broken—a single piano string or foot shuffle (“Ashes of America”), sometimes paused for thoughtful resonance—a violin saw (“Delicate Exit”), a distant harp (Witch Season”), a drowning string section (“Simulacromancer”). Sudden variations in volume, minimal movements in apparent stillness, define the dynamic, requiring adjustment to default distracted listening mode. A strategic deployment of silence, or rather a still resonant air left by the decay of a musical gesture, is part of this album’s unusual presence, at once delicate and weighty—part artful arrangement, part production prowess.

A Thousand Fields is a genuinely exploratory work, an ambient less ordinary, a classical more post-, a drone less prone to be blown off course, while taking you down some paths less trodden.” –igloomag.com

Beautumn – Northing –Regularly $8.99, right now just $6.99

“This is a beautiful yet serious record. It is ambience, but not ‘simply’ ambient. These are cinematic tracks begging for a narrative, often invoking the skeletons of stories with sounds of footsteps, rain, winds, waves, fire and animal life (birds?) alongside metals and the odd machine. The sound is almost always a bit grand and roomy, as if reverbing off of the sky and thickly layered with varied-pitch tones and drones which often become so much a part of the soundscape that they become the foundation of its lushness, sometimes building tension, sometimes delivering an other-worldy, floating quality. As I listen to some of these tracks, I am reminded of times in my childhood during weather warnings when I stared at a dark sky, both menacing and terribly compelling, watching it roil too close to the ground where I stood.” –infractionrecords.com

Parks – Hidden –Regularly $8.99, right now just $6.99

“Sentimentally elegant in all the right places, without being paradoxically obtrusive and harsh. Soft and gentle, without sagging into iconclastic reverie. Neat.” — Mick Buckingham (Muttley SV)

Aloof Proof – Piano Text –Regularly $7.99, right now just $5.99

“There is no ambient record greater than Aloof Proof’s Piano Text. I’m not the type of person given to grand, insupportable claims; this is simply a statement of fact. The album has equals, but no betters, and it is a tragedy that so few listeners have had the chance to hear this album in its entirety, let alone own a copy for themselves. It is the kind of album that becomes essential after just the first listen.

Since it was quietly released in 1994—a time, remember, dominated by the ambient-techno boom of such artists as the Orb and Future Sound of London—it has achieved a kind of cult status among fans of the genre. This is largely due to the edited versions of the album’s two tracks that appeared on Asphodel’s sprawling drone compilations, opening the world of Aloof Proof to thousands of eager listeners in the mid-nineties.

The overall sound of ‘The Ghost Ship’ and ‘The Last Leaf’ is simple to describe—the tones of a piano are stretched to the horizon line; long, lingering sounds, the fluttering threads of them in the wind, drifting like subtle perfumes, a dream language culled from a very familiar instrument. In its way, it is also a kind of Mandelbrot image—the briefest segments of the tracks can be listened to (like Eno’s Neroli or Thursday Afternoon) to get an accurate idea of the whole. However, the magic of Piano Text is that, when taken as a duo of suites, the larger forms of the piece are revealed to be a classical composition of the utmost drama, suspense, nuance. It is, indeed, the music of the inexplicable dreamworlds we all travel to during sleep.

This is an album that must be listened to—no words can adequately describe how spellbinding the music is, how staggeringly elegant and tantalizing the world created within becomes with the simple touch of the ‘play’ button.” – Brian Bieniowski (Asphalt Eden)

Beautumn – Bordeaux –Regularly $8.99, right now just $6.99

“Bordeaux is a silent missive for the people seeing beauty in decay and contentment in isolation.

Nine minimalist compositions emulating the peculiar colors of the near-winter, picturing suspended landscapes on the string of time.”–dotflac@bandcamp.com

Capricornus – Halation –Regularly $7.99, right now just $5.99

“Two deep and hypnotic longform drone pieces by Halation, the working name of Hiroshi.He is influenced by Andrew Chalk, Taiga Remains and David Tagg and this is his first release.”Halation gives off a flat-on-back eyes-to-skies drowsy air with its long drawn out tone-rays. Highly amorphous in strategy, a purist ambient Enovian ethos a la Thursday Afternoon may suggest itself. On occasion, clusters of notes flicker within the freefloating drone, mirroring the eponymous halation effect – transient morning brume, or light refracted through water vapour rendered blurred.” –databloem.com

Monos – Age and Transformation / Aged and Transformed (2CD) –Regularly $10.99, right now just $8.99

In a Stoughton gatefold mini-lp sleeve with matte finish inner sleeves for each disc. 2nd disc contains 40 minute track titled ‘transformed’ that is ONLY available on the CD. Edition of 800.

Nearly two hours of musical constructions spread across two discs and they are pieces that demand your attention. Intricate patterns are concocted through wrecked strings and the sounds of empty space. It’s like touring the architectural graveyards of the industrial world. Creaking and crawling through time, finding the longest, most difficult paths to explore the past, Monos (aka Darren Tate) aural landscape is a deep and detailed place. Strings feel like they could shatter at any moment. Field recordings are layered and brought to life, unveiling a living, breathing cityscape that exudes a kind of organic urbanism. It all feels so simple yet momentous and beautiful. Wistful chords flow from a Rhodes piano (or maybe it’s an organ… or maybe it doesn’t really matter), dripping with nostalgic daydreams of life before the fall. “Age & Transformation” is a grand treatise on all things elemental and industrial and the inherent symmetry between the two.” -Brad Rose, Experimedia

SALE: IMPREC and INNESTI

We’ve marked down a handful of items from Important Records and Innesti this week, with the sale prices being good through March 21st or while supplies last.

Caterina Barbieri – Patterns of Consciousness — Regularly $11.99, sale price $7.99

2020 update: Now available on CD for the first time.

“Patterns Of Consciousness is the powerful second full length album from analog synth composer Caterina Barbieri. Gorgeous high resolution analog textures and algorithmic melodies unfold under Barbieri’s careful control, exploring the basic nature of sound and consciousness. These pieces are minimal in arrangement but maximal in presence asserting Barbieri as a unique voice in contemporary electronic music composition.” –importantrecords.com

Caterina Barbieri – Born Again in the Voltage — Regularly $11.99, sale price $7.99

2020 update: Now available on CD including the bonus track Bestie Infinite from Caterina Barbieri’s split LP with ELEH.

“One of electronic music’s most interesting new voices.” –FACT

“’Born Again In The Voltage’ is an astonishing collection of electro-acoustic pieces for Buchla 200 system, cello and voice composed and produced by Caterina Barbieri at Elektronmusikstudion (SE) between 2014 and 2015. Edition of 500.

Music produced by Caterina Barbieri between August 2014 and August 2015.
Recorded and mixed at EMS (Elektronmusikstudion) in Stockholm (SE).
Buchla 200 modular synthesizer + vocals + cello. Cello by Antonello Manzo.” –imprecrecords.com

Eleh – For Moussavi Atrium — Regularly $11.99, sale price $7.99

Heavy duty board stock and double sided printing.

Elaine Radigue – Transamorem-Transmortem — Regularly $11.99, sale price $7.99

“Before the greatest achievement
Before the greatest detachment.
At the limit of the frontier space of the unconscious – tuned waves – ‘consonant things vibrate together.’
Where does the change happen? In the inner field of perception or the exterior reality of moving things in the course of becoming.
And time is no longer an obstacle, but the means by which the possible is achieved.”

~ Eliane Radigue – June 20, 1973

“Transamorem – Transmortem was premiered on March 9, 1974 at The Kitchen in NYC, where the music programmer at the time was Rhys Chatham – this was right before his guitar phase. During this period, Transamorem – Transmortem was presented along with other compositions by Eliane Radigue in a linear mode of listening, although the piece had originally been conceived, during its composition, as a sound installation. Of course, both modes of listening are possible, and each works marvelously in its own way.” –imprecrecords.com

Eleh – Homage (3CD) — Regularly $30.00, sale price $24.99

“Important Records is proud to present Eleh’s Homage series, remastered and on CD for the first time. Certain frequency combinations that were impossible to cut on LP are effectively presented in this digital edition. Packaged in a heavy duty 6 panel fold out jacket with inner printing and a matte finish.

Eleh, an artist who flourishes in restraint, uses a reduced sonic vocabulary to highlight delicate intricacies in a logical path toward harmonious satisfaction. The organization of hypnotic square waves, rippling sine waves and triangle/saw tooth waveforms is a discourse in the infinity, rather than the limits of reduction. By employing a natural practice of balanced interpretation, Eleh enables an individual reaction free of the clutter of white noise.” –importantrecords.com

Eleh – Retreat Return Repose (3CD) — Regularly $30.00, sale price $24.99

“This deluxe 3 CD set presents Eleh’s Retreat, Return & Repose together for the first time.

Retreat is a collection of exploratory sound assemblages put together during a cabin sojourn. New timbral richness, tonal expansion and deep synthesis make these pieces rather different from previous work.

Return reflects on time away.

Repose contains only one piece, the final recording of Circle Two: Coastal Rotation For Dune Loop which was debuted at 2010’s Mutek festival in Montreal. This piece completes the Retreat/Return trilogy with Repose and is intended to stand very much on its own. Rain on your hood. Your heart beats. A beach break roaring in the distance. Isolated pines are played by the wind. A fine spot for repose. You turn around and head home.” –importantrecords.com

“Eleh demonstrates once again how a single amplified gesture delivered just so can reveal the inner workings of an entire cosmos.” –Tony Herrington/Wire

Innesti – Apperception (2CD) — Regularly $10.99, sale price $7.99

“Ethereal, minimal ambient soundscapes created with field recordings, organic synthesis, fading light, and experiments in dreaming.” –innesti.bandcamp.com

Innesti – In Currents — Regularly $10.99, sale price $7.99

“Hazy ethereal drones created using generative processes, field recordings, nostalgic fragments, and spectral residues.” –innesti.bandcamp.com

Innesti – Formless — Regularly $10.99, sale price $7.99

“Hazy, dream-like soundscapes created with field recordings, organic synthesis, hidden spaces, and long-lost letters.” –innesti.bandcamp.co

Innesti – Parenthetical — Regularly $10.99, sale price $7.99

“Ethereal, minimal ambient soundscapes created with field recordings, organic synthesis, turns of phrase, and the contours of shadows.” –innesti.bandcamp.com

 

Sale: Auf Abwegen Label

We’ve done some markdowns this week on our items from the Auf Abwegen label, with the sale prices being good through February 28th or while supplies last.

Asmus Tietchens + Liquid Sky – Monoposto –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

“A co-release between Die Stadt and aufabwegen finally the Tietchens reissue series continues with ‘Marches Funebres.’ originally released by Multimood (Sweden) in 1989.” –aufabwegen.de

Asmus Tietchens / David Lee Myers – Arcs –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“60-minute CD in full color digipak carton sleeve designed by David Lee Myers. 500 copies. On ‘Arcs:’ Asmus Tietchens and David Lee Myers have been collaborating since 1993. The dialogue continues to this day, with a new collection of 14 pieces entitled ‘Arcs’ that were created over the past two years. Asmus Tietchens has molded the sourcings delivered by David Lee Myers into shapes and textures of abstract elegance and flowing transparence.” –aufabwegen.de

Konrad Kraft – Temporary Audiosculptures and Artefacts –$Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“On ‘Temporary Audiosculptures and Artefacts’: After 15 years of silence this is the first major release by Duesseldorf electronic artist Detlef Funder, aka Konrad Kraft. In the early days of experimentation he was one of the leading figures behind the label SDV (Stimme des Volkes) who put out stuff by such great projects like Strafe Fuer Rebellion, Paul Schuetze and TUU. For ‘Temporary Audiosculptures and Artefacts’ Detlef has changed his trademark ambient sound flows to resemble something that sounds like a cross between fade out post-industrial, concrete sounds and a desire for filmic density.” –aufabwegen.de

Marc Behrens – Mutt Att Narc Imm –$Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“The three pieces on this album are steps in an evolution of live concert pieces. Each of the title abbreviations indicates a specific sound set. The titles (Imm, Att Imm Mut and Mut Att Narc Imm) become genetic sequences forming the possibilities of the sound set combinations. The concrete sounds featured in the various sets are recordings made with a circular water reservoir (Kleiner Wasserspeicher, Berlin), various electric kettles, a wet towel, metal percussion, and metal jetties at Marseille harbour. Starting with the Imm set in 2006, the evolution halts with the full Mut Att Narc and Imm sets in 2016. Performances of the different evolutionary stages took place in Europe, South America, South Africa, Asia and Australia. With the release of the Mut Att Narc Imm album in 2018, this cycle of work becomes recorded music. ” –aufabwegen.de

Asmus Tietchens & Frans De Waard – Oordeel –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“This collaboration was bound to happen someday! Out of mutual respect and admiration for each other’s work Asmus Tietchens and Frans de Waard decided to work on some music together. The result is ‘Oordeel’ (dutch for ‘judgement’) – eleven tracks of diverse character and subtle beauty. From distorted groans and gritty pulses to delicate and abstract sound layers Tietchens and de Waard have created a fascinating sound world of bizarre beauty.” –aufabwegen.de

O Yuki Conjugate – Sleepwalker –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“First new album for over a decade. Sleepwalker documents O Yuki Conjugate’s recent live shows, doubling as a soundtrack to a film of the same name by founder member Andrew Hulme. Comprising ten new tracks taken from 24 live shows in nine countries across Europe, Sleepwalker captures OYC’s current musical direction, a blend of plangent keyboards, abstract guitars and electronic rhythms, presented in OYC’s inimical style.” –aufabwegen.de

Artificial Memory Trace – Tidal –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“Tidal zone is a fluid line between land and sea, a site of perpetual motion and metamorphoses.
During 2008 – 2010 I collected a variety of sounds in coastal areas of Western and Southern Ireland and on the other side of Atlantic Ocean in Newfoundland, Canada: the remote fishing village of Conche, the ghost settlement of Crouse, and the St.Georges peninsula. I recorded underwater: crackles of decapods, dolphins, mink-whales, a breaking iceberg, a sea-otter fishing in the harbor. And on land: a wooden church crackling in the wind, engines of boats, pebble-surf, sea-gulls …
All sounds and individual sequences used in the composition were recorded as-it-is. There is no other transformation than editing and mixing. Though sounds are organized in groups by the location of recordings, there is no intention to re-create an acoustic representation of the location itself. Sounds are chosen solely by morphologic associations and treated as abstractions.” –aufabwegen.de

Asmus Tietchens – Sinkende Schwimmer –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

“Some stock here of the long out of print CD on dutch Barooni label from 1991. It includes one track with basic material by Thomas Köner and comes with a booklet on special see through paper. In our opinion it is one of Tietchens’ “scariest” works to date. ” –aufabwegen.de

Francisco López – Untitled (2017) –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“‘Untitled (2017)’ compiles seven works that were created in the year 2017 gathering soundsources collected all over the world, from the Himalaya mountains to South Africa, from wildlife atmospheres to urban noises. The flow and structure of the CD stands out in López’ body of work as it moves away from the slowly building big and dense crescendo movement Francisco López is so famous for. Instead, untitled (2017) is very dynamic and moving, even hectic at times, and navigates the listener through a palette of sounds that feel primitive and even aggressive at time times and dark and brooding in patches.” –aufabwegen.de

Simon Whetham – Hydrostatic –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“‘Hydrostatic‘ was commissioned by the McNeill Street Pumping Station New Music Festival, Shreveport, Louisiana, USA in November 2011, and presented as a multi-channel performance.

Simon Whetham spent more than a week exploring the site, capturing the sounds of the space, the vibrations of the buildings, the spirit of the community and perhaps the echoes of past activity…
Mastered by Miguel Carvalhais. -Simon Whetham – Biography 2013”

–aufabwegen.de

Asmus Tietchens + Richard Chartier – Fabrication 2 (2CD) –Regularly $14.99, right now just $11.99

2CD Digipak

“‘Fabrication 2’ is the sequel to ‘Fabrication,’ the first collaboration between Richard Chartier and Asmus Tietchens released in 2007. Whereas for the first collab the idea developed from the project around reinterpretations of Chartier’s ‘Postfabricated,’ this time the efforts where directly focused on the reinterpretation of specific basic sound material. This basic sound material can be found on the first disc in the set ‘Prefabrication 2,’ which was constructed by Richard Chartier alone in Montreal and Washington, DC. ‘Fabrication 2’ is the reworking of this sonic basis by Asmus Tietchens. Whereas the first CD has traces of subtle dematerialized rhythmic structures the second disc is a study in minimalism and concentrated sound manipulation.” –aufabwegen.de

Møhr/Maeror Tri – Hafenstadt –Regularly $11.99, right now just $8.99

Digipak

“On Hafenstadt:
This music was originally planned to form a part of the third tape box in the MØHR interpretation series of ZNS TAPES. In this series different artists got an individual 30-minutes-piece of basic material by MØHR to be interpreted it in any way: Using it as a backing tape and adding some more tracks, getting inspired and doing something unique in the spirit of the basic material, deconstruct and arrange it anew. The invited artists had any opportunity to re-work the source material. For the actual release the basic material was placed on side A and the interpretation on side B, enabling the listener to compare the basic and the final sound. Three tapes were compiled as one tape box linked by a loose theme. The first box, Bürokratie, contained works by DAS KONZENTRAT, BESTATTUNGSINSTITUT and SUICIDE COMMANDO (released in 1990), the second, Kulturschock, contained works by ANDREW CHALK/DARREN TATE, ECTOPLASMIC EMBRYO EXPERIENCE and FLAGRANTs D’ELI (released in 1991). The third one, which was to contain Hafenstadt by MAEROR TRI (as well as material of PBK and THE HATERS), has never been released due to the sudden end of ZNS TAPES. We’re convinced that this combination of basic stuff plus musical reworking is still an interesting and exciting experience for the audience, maybe especially after more than 20 years in the archives.” (Andreaz Vogel) –aufabwegen.de

 

$0.99 to $5.99 Sale #3

We’ve got a final round of deeply discounted items in the SOUNDSWIM store for you this week, and we’re keeping all the items from our previous two posts on sale as well:

$0.99 to $5.99 Sale #1

$0.99 to $5.99 Sale #2

The extremely low prices will be good through February 7th or while supplies last!

Follow links to Read/Listen/Purchase

Saul Stokes – Villa Galaxia –$4.99

Aidan Baker – Suchness #1 –$3.99

Atomine Elektrine – Archimetrical Universe –$5.99

Ray Carl Daye – Rapid Ear Movement –$3.99

Stephen Philips – Into the Dark –$4.99

Under the Snow – Delta –$2.99

vidnaObmana – An Opera for Four Fusions Works (Act 1, Echoes of Steel) –$2.99

vidnaObmana – An Opera for Four Fusions Works (Act 2, Phrasing the Air) –$0.99

vidnaObmana – An Opera for Four Fusions Works (Act 3, Reflection on Scale) –$0.99

vidnaObmana – An Opera for Four Fusions Works (Act 4, The Bowing Harmony) –$0.99

Afflux (Eric La Casa, Jean-Luc Guionnet & Eric Cordier) – Bordeaux TNT –$1.99

Tom Heasley – On the Sensations of Tone –$2.99

Robert Rich – Lift a Feather to the Flood –$5.99

Nimh – Travel Diary –$0.99

Gianluca Becuzzi [In]visible Fields (2CD) –$5.99

Various – Echoes of Polyhymnia –$3.99

Maurizio Bianchi/Siegmar Fricke – Stroma~Konkret –$3.99

Aube – Reworks Stefano Gentile –$4.99

Frequency In Cycles Per Second & Maurizio Binachi / M.B. – Der Abgrund –$3.99

Andrew Liles – New York Doll (2CD) –$2.99

Forrest Fang’s Sans Serif: Unbound –$5.99

$0.99 to $5.99 Sale #2

We’ve got another round of deeply-discounted items in the Soundswim store this week, and we’re keeping LAST WEEK’S ITEMS on sale as well. The low prices are good through January 31st or while supplies last!

FOLLOW LINKS TO READ/LISTEN/PURCHASE

A Produce – White Sands –$4.99

Faryus and Vadim Bondarenko – Quiet Songs from Misty Places –$5.99

Opium – Algorithms –$4.99

Michael Mantra – Mobius Logic –$4.99

Nimh – The Unkept Secrets –$0.99

Maurizio Bianchi and Maor Applebaum – Mene Teqel Farsin –$3.99

Concert Silence – Rain Furniture –$3.99

Michael Mantra – A.L.B.E. –$2.99

Michael Mantra – A/B Illuminated Music (DVDR) –$0.99

Off the Sky – The Geist Cycles –$5.99

Robert Rich – Open Window –$5.99

Dave Fulton & Giles Reaves – The Range –$3.99

Austere – Solyaris –$3.99

Under The Snow – The Other Room –$0.99

Maurizio Bianchi – Menstruum Regles –$3.99

Byron Metcalf / Mark Seelig / Steve Roach – Nada Terma –$5.99

Objekt4 – Her Face Among the Shadows –$3.99

Sone – Passerelle –$2.99

SGNL_FLTR – Chrono –$5.99

Katzo – Disposition –$4.99

Mollusk – Accretions –$0.99