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Reader Advisor "The Ice Fields"

Ambient Drone guitarist Niles Frantz (aka Reader Advisor) has released his latest album, "The Ice Fields”. These chilling atmospheric sounds are the perfect backdrop for the bone chilling weather we are experiencing this week.

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Jeremy Cunningham “Sleep"

Jeremy Cunningham (of Resavior) has released the first two singles, “1985” and “Sleep”, from his forthcoming debut album, The Weather Up There. The album is set to be released via Northern Spy on February 28th, and finds the drummer/composer enlisting the services of friends Jeff Parker (Tortoise), Paul Bryan (Aimee Man), Ben LaMar Gay, Makaya McCraven, Matt Ulery, Dustin Laurenzi, and more.

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Hear Bee Appleseed's cosmic soul shine on "I Was Dreaming"

Bee Appleseed will release his new psych folk album Starflower's Cosmic Soul on February 21st, but he has already shared a small part of his ethereal sound in the single "I Was Dreaming". The jangle pop of Bee Appleseed takes from Devendra Banhart and Beirut and tacks on the powerful wail of a saxophone, which matched with Appleseed's voice creates a sound that embodies the meaning of spirit. Backed by a 15-piece band and a cloud of incense, Appleseed uses every facet of his musical ability to craft tracks that seek to help listeners find their own cosmic soul. Take a listen to "I Was Dreaming" below, and look out for Starflower's Cosmic Soul in February. - Will Sisskind

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Klue "Eruptor"

Klue is the orchestral drone of Dean Costello (of Disrotted) & Maxwell Citron (aka Blue Cloud). The duo has teamed up with Mount Chicago HQ / HOMHOMHOM to release their new tape, “Eruptor”. The tape is actually the sub-label SpaceTime Tapes’ third release and is filled with 36 minutes of haunting, chilling drone.

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