At least once in a last time you have to fulfill your most intimate dreams. We are in the middle of a thing that can grow bigger. Volunteer gives shape to nine wordless tracks to build a set called Sacred Borders. Starting with a heavy and full of rustiness ambient track, Untitled 01 is pure […]
Kraut Sounds lives the night. Perhaps, it’s his natural behaviour. He moves comfortably between the degenerate nightlife and the low light of the dawn. Sparkles and shades.
Everybody knows about German platitudes: reliability, efficiency and zero imagination. At the same share of topics, Jamaicans have had just the opposite: joy, laziness and partying.
Welcome back Mr. Light. It’s been a long time since his first release by Am.Light for Adeptlabel, but we think we are fully rewarded. Forgotten Land is following Up then Back released almost a year ago!
The first time I met “sonically” speaking Prora was dazzlingly beautiful. What caught my attention was the musical texture. I felt an infinite wave of sadness inside of me, a kind of emotion I try to find in the music I listen everyday.
A little more than one hour of music between narcotic tracks and dubwise sounds. This is the new adeptlabel release, number twelve.
Arctic EP will refresh us when the weather is hotter. This is little set of tracks from Kraut Sounds, a Münchener musician that has been “playing music for a very long time, in the 90ies in a local Psychedelic Kraut Rock band with lots of improvisational stuff and strange sounding experiments.”
Let me introduce you the new adept artist and his work: Volunteer. In Edges and Vertices we make a trip across the echo sound and sonic textures. Listen carefully to the tracks, paying attention to the details.
Bright. I will describe Bohdan’s tracks as luminous, they glow in the dark. They sound cheerful and lively. But just before to introduce the sound, let me introduce the man. Using his own words, he is an “Ukrainian electronic musician, born in 1984. After about ….
Jukka-Pekka Kervinen is the man behind Rajatapaus Recordings. It´s a great pleasere for the adeptlabel staff to introduce his last project because, two of the artists releasing music with us, Tarmac and Substak, has some tracks included in the first release in Kervinen´s label named Hyppy. We’ve talking a little about this new brand project with […]
Hard times. Last months have not been the best for Tarmac. Some of his sadness is reflected the way the tracks are composed and arranged. That is truth but there´s something that let the people think that better times will come. We just add a “maybe”.
Ambient, noise, machines and finally nature. Substak presents his new and long awaited release for Adeptlabel, alongside a Tarmac´s forest remix. Some months ago when the music was given to the netlabel to make the master tracks the situation was quite a different one. We do not know if it’s better then or nowadays, or if it going to get worse and worse… but the music proves an important role in everybodies life so this tracks could help to understand our environment in a better way.
Up then Back by Am.Light is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. I’d rather be cold.
Dear listeners (and readers too), today you will find the Substak’s first release, the Greek Connection at Adept. As you well know, borders do not hold sound. Sounds very nature tends to make it move wide and unfettered. From Greece to Spain, the journey could be by sea (mediterranean), thus has been the most common way. Although it is clear that the trip can also be ground (European) and even air.
Moon Landing by Tarmac is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. I’d rather be cold.
Cuatro cortes impecables, orgánicos, sensitivos y suficientemente vivos como para sentir el pálpito de un nuevo e indefinible progreso. Así de claro o así de sorprendente. TARMAC —y su híper-estimulada concepción sónica— se ha acercado más que nunca a ese impacto perfecto y líquido que desencaja y hace pensar…