Moments is Hotel Neon’s sixth full-length album. Recorded in the span of just eight weeks and done remotely, Moments is definitely one of the more minimal and textural albums Hotel Neon have ever made. It does not disappoint!
One of my favourite ambient artist out there. Andrew Heath’s latest is a must for ambient lovers. In this release he explores the use of field recordings as texture and also the piano as a main guiding instrument. The cover is a photograph of Salisbury Plain, an area of the UK that Andrew grew upContinue reading “Andrew Heath – Arcadia”
Released in celebration of its 10-year anniversary, Hammock’s haunting, critically acclaimed EP Longest Year is back. For this re-release, all songs feature new mixes and masters, and now includes the never-before-heard bonus track, “EveryWhen.”
low volume ruminations recorded live on october 24, 2020 released October 24, 2020
Born in the mountains of West Virginia; completed during quarantine in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Dayton. —“Why some blocks of stone, hacked into violent and tortured shapes, should so profoundly tranquillise the mind I do not know. Perhaps the eye imposes its own rhythm on what is only a confusion: one has to look creatively toContinue reading “Hotel Neon – Tortured Shapes”
From Andrew, “The Alchemist’s Muse is a process-led body of work that further explores my obsession with minimalism, texture, tone and the detritus that litters our sound field such as radio static or mechanical noises. I use clusters of piano notes and guitar drones against warm layers of electronics and treated field recordings, often manipulatingContinue reading “Andrew Heath – The Alchemist’s Muse”