We’ve decided to kick off the 2015 release schedule by bringing out the special remastered edition of Erik Wøllo’s classic Images Of Light as a stand alone release. Along with four previously unreleased tracks from the era, Images Of Light now sounds better than ever, with a depth and clarity that far surpass the original version. Previously only available as part of an exclusive three-disc set, this special remastered edition is now available on its own – as a single CD – and for the first time ever as a download in CD quality lossless, as well as 24-bit High Resolution Studio Master!
Time Being’s Phillip Wilkerson combines creative forces with sound sculptor Chris Russell on Vague Traces, a collaboration steeped in stillness and quietude. Infused with the minimal drones, drifts, micro-sonics and discrete acoustics that are so often prevalent in their solo works, Wilkerson & Russell blend those styles perfectly together on Vague Traces, and the result is 63 minutes of deep drifting tranquility and sublime ambient spaces that seem to come from deep within a dream. Listen & Order >
Transylvania-based soundscape artist Csillagköd makes his Spotted Peccary debut with an ambient electronic exploration through deep space on “Silent World.” Remote dissonance, amorphous sound textures, and other-worldly melodies create an atmosphere of contemplative tranquility on this astro-sonic journey that expands on the great traditions of true space music. From the mysteries of the unfathomable void, to the sublime tranquility of celestial wonders, Silent World is a deep introspection into the realm of dark and light, death and rebirth, creation and destruction; a timeless, boundless, hypnotic voyage through the universe.
We are happy to announce Darshan Ambient’s eighth album on the Spotted Peccary label, Songs From The Deep Field – eleven tracks of layered pulses, melodic vibrances, and foundational grooves that evoke a human expression of awe-inspiring vastness that stretches the very fabric of imagination.
Inspired by one of the most famous images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, Songs From The Deep Field ranges from pure space to kinetic free fall – from weightless drift to rhythmic power, and the result is a heavenly blend of ambient synth textures, lush guitar loops, pulsing strings, driving rhythms, electronics, and poignant melodies. The album featured a beautiful array of ambient electronic instrumentation that reaches for the stars and beyond; a heartfelt tribute to the limitless mysteries of the cosmos. more…