It’s been too long since we’ve had a release here on Seedsound, so it’s with great joy that we bring you Paranerd’s 250mg album. Paranerd has been a favorite musician of mine for several years, and I’ve been following him since his 2004 release Cold Reflect (read my review of that one here). 250mg has only recently seen the light of day since it was originally recorded in 2002. Graciously, Paranerd (aka Paul Goguen) sent it my way after more →
Always a pleasure, Observation Point produces yet another brilliant album of ambiance. more →
Frequent Sync is the collaborative ambient project of Jacob Newman and Darren Harper. Distant environments, textured movement, and discreet melody combine to usher the experiment in sound. Music for quiet moments.
Familiar Fields marks the first full-length ambient/drone album (also the debut by the FreqSync duo) featured here on the label. It is hauntingly calm and quiet, with more →
Description from the artist’s website: “Space, tones and rhythm.”
– An accurate (albeit humble) summary of Observation Point’s 5-track release, of Pulses and Drones. The perfect getaway, Pulses is an album for thoughtful daydreaming and playful meditation. This is the unmistakable balance of space, tones, and rhythm that makes OP a favorite here at Seedsound. more →