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Arms and Sleepers – Find The Right Place

Author: Felix Hølter

Band: Arms And Sleepers
Album: Find The Right Place
Genre: Electronic, Trip-Hop, Instrumental
, Hip-Hop
Label: Pelagic Records
Release Date: April 13, 2018
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Yeah, this is definitely not Sludge and although I’m no expert for electronic music, I have to tell you that Arms And Sleepers new album “Find The Right Place” is absolutely worth a listen. Ambient Hip-Hop beats meet relaxing melodies and lyrical rap samples, making you feel like you’re tripping on acid a whole night. Get yourself some saggy jogging pants, your favourite XXL Sleep shirt and scrape the remains out of your grinder to chill the shit out of this fabulous record.

Hypno5e – Alba, les Ombres Errantes

Author: Andy Seibt

Band: Hypno5e
Album: Alba, Les Hombres Errantes
Genre: Acoustic, World Music, Instrumental
Label: Pelagic Records
Release Date: April 6, 2018
Listen & Buy: JPC, Amazon, Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes
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Post-metal and Prog pioneers Hypno5e did it again… They released an album, that nobody would have expected. Not only, did they create 75 minutes of dreamy, pure, acoustic and intense music. The new album “Alba, les Ombres Errantes” is the original soundtrack to a film project Hypno5e mastermind Emmanuel Jessua brought to life, showing the places in Bolivia, where he grew up. A breathtaking visual that supports the music in a strong way, but the combination of both is the best way to enjoy it. When you liked „Tio“ on the previous release “Shores of The Abstract Line”, you will definitely dig this album. Prepare yourself for a journey of the mind!

YLVA – Meta

Author: Sammy Fröbel

Band: YLVA
Album: Meta
Genre: Atmospheric Post-Metal
Label: Pelagic Records
Release Date: November 17, 2017
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How can a debut record even be this brute, but also melancholic? Australians YLVA know how to produce an album of this category. This foursome tries to trick the listener with a slow and atmospheric three minute intro, but that’s not what you’re going to get. The opener “Sting In The Air” turns into a virtuoso chaos of drums and the painful voice of Mike Deslandes. Even the first song is a perfect example for what to expect from this record – a melancholic Post-Metal storm with hints of Sludge and Doom, driven by the feelings of fear, desparation and anger. This is a great album for everyone, who loves the atmosphere of Amenra and Neurosis.