Three Ears


Could this be the final soundtrack? Washington D.C. based composer Taylor Jordan, aka “The Greatest Hoax”, set forth to create an instrumental masterpiece with Expiration Compositions. Layering emotional explorations on the subject of death, The Greatest Hoax has metaphorically captured his complex feelings in cinematic detail. This is a musical journey that sees the soul rising and simultaneously surrendering.  Mark...

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The sensual and delicate opening track “To Flowers” sets the melancholic mood for Jacaszek’s latest long player masterpiece. The Polish soundscape artist and composer fuses two very different talents in beautiful new album KWIATY. Just to add an extra depth to an already layered body of music, Jacaszek adopts a highly unusual artistic reference.  Jacaszek’s discovery of an English anthology of 17th century...

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Loess master less is more

Loess master less is more


Posted By on Feb 26, 2017

Many creatives will report that their environments have an impact on their music. From the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, ambient duo Loess release their long awaited follow up album “Pocosin”. One listen and your senses embrace the icy spaciousness of their mid Atlantic surrounds. There is room, there is space. Underlying their instrumentals is a subtle yet pervading argument between anxiety and optimism. I dare you to lose...

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After digging the undergrowth with Adriatic about his dope new beat tape, Shrub, it’s clear that he’s making music as much for others as he is for himself. It makes sense really, I mean when you really know what you want to listen to and have the talent to make it yourself, then why not run at it? After one listen to the rare find through -the loops- on Soundcloud, I was sold. Adriatic is master of, what I’m coining,...

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NoxInBox – the future is neon

NoxInBox – the future is neon


Posted By on May 10, 2015

Think of George Jetson whizzing around in his little space ship, permanent smile plastered to his futuristic face, radio up blaring. The soundtrack would be NoxInBox. There is something catchy about his future tunes, always a bouncy, happy optimism, mixed in with phat bass, chip sounds and neon blasts. In fact it doesn’t matter which of the “future” genre NoxInBox chews when producing, his songs inevitably come out...

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