After a few weeks of holidays, medical leave, and 10th anniversary celebrations we’re back to our usual schedule here at the site, including a classic two albums format episode of the podcast. This week we’re discussing the 1994 crossover success of Delerium’s Semantic Spaces, wherein an ambient/industrial side-project primed itself to become a mainstream phenomenon hybridizing trance, trip-hop, and “world” music, and the final missive from Ipswich experimentalists Nagamatzu, whose 1991 record Igniting The Corpse pushed sampling and neo-classical sketching ahead of their post-punk and minimal synth roots. You can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play Music, or download directly or stream from Spotify or the widget down below.
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Anything with Andrew Lagowski should get more love. Criminally underrated. I hold many of his releases (esp. under the Lagowski moniker) with the same high regard as I do Clock DVA or early Klinik.
Thanks Steven and idieyoudie guys 🙂
Also, I would love to hear you guys have a wide-ranging conversation about the less celebrated Leeb/Fulber sideprojects (Intermix, Pro>Tech, Equinox, Synaethesia, etc. etc.).