Posts Tagged ‘Five Elements Music’


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Richard Allen for A Closer Listen, never short on inviting words gives a very attractive portrayal of “lokrum patterns“, insisting on its magnetic qualities…

 

 

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Frans de Waard meanders along the unmarked “paths” of “lokrum patterns“, caught in their “emissions”…

 

 

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Exciting times again here at Unfathomless HQ, with the launching of these 2 brand new titles

[As always, If you want this Unfathomless collection to expand, pls consider buying some CD(s)…]

as always, check all info by clicking on the images here below

U38 Five Elements Music | lokrum patterns CD

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…Along the years, Five Elements Music, essentially the solo vehicle for Sergey Suhovik (also curator of the wonderful Semperflorens series, and half of Exit In Grey) has never ceased to impress with his sensitive capture of evanescent ambiences, and what’s lingering in the air…

…summer exhalations, and language of the unseen …

 

order your copy via Paypal at usual price : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 13 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 14 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 15 € (inc.shipping costs)

special bundle offer only available till end of January 2017 : U38 + previous title :  U11 Five Elements Music “Rishikesh

(Belgium) : 23 € (inc.postage)
(Europe) : 24 € (inc.postage)
(World) : 25 € (inc.postage)

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 U39 Stéphane Marin | Invisible(s) Archipelago(s) #1 – Serendib rhythms CD

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…tireless audio pilgrim and sound re_composer Stéphane Marin presents his debut CD, and also the first of his “Invisible(s) Archipelago(s)” series…

…concrete insular rewoven vibes …

order your copy via Paypal at usual price : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 13 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 14 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 15 € (inc.shipping costs)

 

 

 

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Ian Holloway has gone beyond  U11 Rishikesh’s waters to be under the charm…

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Stephen Fruitman drifts along U11 Rishikesh’s nocturnal vibes…

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High time to inject a trio of recent reviews > two featured in The Field Reporter about the latest  U11  : a first where John McEnroe  sees “Rishikesh” like a way of reconnecting with the real heart of a world in havoc, and a second through which Flavien Gillié underlines its effect of tranquility…
Finally a 3rd review penned by Stephen Fruitman for Igloo Mag  considers U09 as a way for Joda Clément to reconcile his dual roots…

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Frans de Waard melts along  U11 ambience, while Richard Allen feels its inner vibe…

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