This artist is featured in Update #073:
The Best Albums of 2011
As the old year draws to a close, we recap the finest musical moments of 2011. For this update we have selected our favourite full-lengths of the year, and we are making all of these indispensable albums available to you for a special price until January 15, more...
Originally composed for the Mexican film 'La Sangre Iluminade' directed by Ivan Duenas in 2009, Fernando Corona aka Murcof's soundtrack has been specially re-edited for this release. A journey of finely balanced emotive drones and textures, poignant and absorbing with a stunning video to boot.
This artist is featured in Update #063:
Mark E, Vladislav Delay Quartet, Tiger & Woods
The past month of May provided us with a release schedule almost as erratic as the weather, but sticking to our monthly essentials should keep you on the safe side in terms of musical quality. Outstanding artist albums from Mark E, Dominik Eulberg and more...
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This artist is featured in Feature #151:
Mexican Experimentalist Scores Film
His fusion of classical music, ambient electronica and minimalistic techno has made Fernando Corona, a.k.a. Murcof, one of the most recognised artists in experimental electronic music today. His unique cross-over sound is a perfect match for the French Infiné more...
This artist is featured in Update #060:
Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto, Bruce Gilbert, Prefuse 73
Digital versus analogue is a recurring theme in this week's selection, which has an illustrious duo leading the way: German glitch pioneer Alva Noto and Oscar-winning Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto have joined forces once again, and the resulting album is more...