…in the making, and scheduled to appear soon, our first pair of new releases for 2018 – details/initial info are imminent…


U48 Philip Sulidae “Ramshead”
U49 Yiorgis Sakellariouin Aulis


Just finalized (although it never looks complete) the traditional “Best Of 2017″ list…I always take my time with this stuff, and I do mainly this to allow people to make possibly some discoveries – so, I hope you’ll enjoy your reading…
To browse through it, pls click on the thumbnail below.

Resolutions at the beginning of each new year are often rushed formalities that will never come to fruition, and it gets tiring of repeating the same things over and over again…
I still personally hope that 2018 will offer some alternatives to the usual modus vivendi of our society…we need to find back a “terroir” spirit full of respect…
Too much cupidity, too many lies and disregard for the physical, fundamental laws which rule the world put us all in danger…

No lessons to give, just common sense…

Joy and most really happy moments are to be found in the “interstices“, so look for them…

Art & Music are access doors, so pls support independent labels as much as you can – it’ll bring you a better karma…

My uttermost, INFINITE GRATITUDE to all the fervent supporters & followers, and new Bandcamp fans who help the Unfathomless series to stay on the rails, and continue its expansion…

For this new year, releases in the pipeline (tbc) from : Frédéric Nogray, Jérémie Mathes, Mathieu Ruhlmann & Joda Clément, BRB>Voicecoil, A.F. Jones, Jeph Jerman, and more…

PS : Mystery Sea is still in limbo, although a Bandcamp presence is definitely in the pipeline, and some reissues in CD are still on my mind too…

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the inimitable skilful Massimo Ricci falls under the spell of “Local Knowledge” and its imposing sound editing making life more resonant than ever

 


For the online Dusted magazine,  Bill Meyer explains Haptic‘s usual modus operandi, as well as giving details of the site itself, and the way “ten years under the earth” is just infinitely more than a simple retranscription of it…

 


Richard Allen  in another fine analysis sees “Local Knowledge” as a point of swing, a door between two coexisting worlds, and most of all, like a lesson of auscultation…

 


Taken by surprise,   Frans de Waard tells how much this one is altogether different from the other Unfathomless titles, yet in sync with its theme, and surely beautifully preparing the way for the future…

 


Massimo Ricci doesn’t do gratuitous compliments, and is instantly taken (by surprise) with this magnum opus almost unjustifiably gone unnoticed…

 

 



Massimo Ricci has extra-sensitive ears, and a subtle way with words when it comes to circumscribe a soundwork…Here,  he welcomes the rendering of this intense uncommon experience in a cave, radiating an organic aura…