Music for sleep

Kathryn Joseph – Perth Theatre, 17/09/18

I went to the gig having listened to ‘From When I Wake the Want Is’ a handful of times but not knowing Kathryn Joseph the performer particularly well. I've loved getting to know the album and the chance to hear it performed in its entirety, in my hometown was a must. If you never heard... Continue Reading →

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Jaykits Vol. 13

The 13th annual Jaykits mix. Some old, some new, always ambient. I hope you enjoy. Intro: Summer Sunrise Field Recording 1.    ‘At Last (Becalming the Storm)’ - DJ Healer 2.    ‘Reflector’ - Warmth 3.    ‘Embarking Shadows’ - Ian Hawgood & Giulio Aldinucci 4.    ‘Radiant’ - Halftribe 5.    ‘Gone’ - DJ Healer 6.    ‘Long May It Sustain’ - A Winged Victory for... Continue Reading →

Stray Theories – All That Was Lost

Stray Theories, aka Micah Templeton-Wolfe, creates emotion through music. Even Though We Sleep was a favourite of mine back in 2012 (I used the title track to close Jaykits Volume 7). As a collective body of work, it was short but perfectly formed. The follow up, Those Who Remain, was strong but sadly, it was... Continue Reading →

Jon Hopkins – Singularity

Jon Hopkins was an important part of my transition from house music lover to ambient head. Contact Note and Opalescent were 2 of the albums I played religiously. His Art of Chill compilation (try finding a reasonably priced copy of that!) was also a wonderful late-night mix. Move forward a few years and Insides started... Continue Reading →

Warmth – Parallel

I love Warmth, there I’ve said it. You know what you’re getting with Warmth before you listen to it. Warmth is Valencia based sound smith Agustín Mena and also aptly named as that’s exactly the feeling engendered by the 3 releases to date. Previous releases Home and Essay set the groundwork, Parallel, the 3rd album,... Continue Reading →

AWVFTS – Long May It Sustain

This sneaked under the radar. Without doubt my favourite album of the last 10 years has been Atomos by A Winged Victory for the Sullen. To me, it's perfect. I played it daily for the best part of a year. I still play it regularly. If you've never heard it, do yourself a favour. It's... Continue Reading →

Nanook of the North – Nanook of the North

Polish musicians Stefan Wesołowski and Piotr Kaliński form Nanook of the North. I write with faux authority as I learned this fact but 3 days ago. During those 3 days i've have very much been enjoying their eponymous debut album. What first grabbed my attention was that the release was by Denovali. Just about everything coming out... Continue Reading →

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