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Fetch the Bolt Cutters is a masterful exploration of the untethered unknown.

Fetch the Bolt Cutters is a masterful exploration of the untethered unknown. Upon first listen, it’s objectively clear that Fiona Apple has made an album that could prove to be the best of her career. It crackles and booms with a blustery energy. It shifts and regroups, bobs and weaves. It rarely takes the time...

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Russian Psych Pop Visionary MITYA Releases Psychedelic ‘Nude’ EP With 360-Degree ‘Island’ Music Video

Kazan, Russia-based psych pop artist MITYA is celebrating the release of new 5-track EP ‘Nude‘ and a 360-degree music video for ‘Island’. The EP finds MITYA experimental, funky and fun, with a chilled, slightly mischevious falsetto over psychedelic, woozy beats. There’s plenty of beauty to behold in the intriguing arrangements, and no shortage of drama...

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Experimental noise drone project Emerald Suspension's new EP Eruptions.

“Eruptions” by Emerald Suspension is Fun and Terrifying

Minneapolis-based experimental project Emerald Suspension revel in the realm of the strange on new EP release “Eruptions”, but is it oddly satisfying or will it merely satisfy the odd? It just may hit both marks. Blending electronica, punk aesthetic, noise, drone, industrial and plenty of surprises from the kitchen sink, E S are at home...

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'Vestiges' cover art. New electronic music album by Healing Spells.

Electronic Music Producer Healing Spells on a Deserted Island – 11 Essential Ambient Electronic or Soundtrack Albums

Electronic music artist/producer Healing Spells is taking over the Independent Music Promotions blog with his top recommendations for anyone uninitiated in the wondrous world of electronic music, specifically ambient, IDM, experimental or soundtrack music albums. Healing Spells is characterized by truly soul-searching ambient sounds, as elements of spirit and visceral human experience are communicated instrumentally....

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Marco Machera “One Time, Somewhere” CD Review plus Exclusive Interview

Marco Machera is not your average composer/song-writer. His approach sits somewhere within progressive pop music, rock and pure experimental. His new album “One Time, Somewhere” starts off with the symphonic/electronic ambient piece “Hello”, which sounds and feels like an elevating healing experience high up in the clouds before you’re transported to the big city, and the...

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