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We’re very proud to announce our latest release by Polish producer Olga Wojciechowska. Infinite Distances varies from expansive modern- ..read more
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  Back in 2012 we were introduced to the work of Brambles. It came ..read more
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  Chihei Hatakeyama discovered ambient music accidentally. Growing ..read more
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  Live recording from The World Of Light Museum, Los Angeles, where ..read more
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  You often hear me gushing about todos’ mixes. If you don’t ..read more
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  Born in Kyoto, Japan and now residing in Berlin, Midori Hirano’ ..read more
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  36’s cyberpunk-inspired album Fade To Grey is given a deeper, ..read more
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You thought you knew New Age until you knew a Newer Age. It’s evidently hard to qualify New Age Music. A search online brings up some ..read more
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  We’re extremely pleased for this one to see the light of day. After hearing James’ music as Comit back in 2016, it was refreshing to hear such a new take on what was previously called “IDM”. Done in a style that only someone like James could achieve he brings a clean, break-beat, heavily melodic approach to the “intelligent” side of electronic music, without using the typical tropes of yester-year. Given the early inspirations for this sound, we enlisted the man behind many of City Centre Offices releases to master the record, Andreas ‘Loop-O’ Lubich and of course some stunning artwork by our regular contributor Noah M / Keep Adding. One detail, I myself got to provide the original photograph for this record which Noah manipulated to what you see today. It was a shot taken in Tokyo of the neon lights, and I’m sure you can guess where. Lastly, a big thank you to Heath Looney who helped birth this project for James and had our support in bringing it to life on ASIP. Remote Viewing is now available with all information, links to buy and listen on the release page.   ..read more
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