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Places: FM Ambient
This EP uses Polyend Medusa’s digital FM synth engine to channel a unique combination of nostalgia, yearning, and calm focus. Featuring a single synthesizer, “Places” presents a variety of sounds that aim to be neither retro nor futuristic. Instead, it hopes to present itself as timeless: an artifact from a gap year when the world stood still.
The Last Circle of Hell - Ptolomea
Through friends I learned of “Cities and Memory” and a project they announced for the 700th anniversary of Dante’s Inferno to create a soundtrack for it. I decided to participate.
Another Attempt In Shared Meaning
Crashing stormy wailing pulse waves.
Between the motion and the act falls the Shadow.
Efficiency burns you out.
The Detached Observer
Total banishment of self-reference.
Happy 303 Day!
Resistance to what is.
Behind every successful trick is a period of near-constant failure.
There is no punch line.
You Catch It Breathing
Self-reflection goes beyond observation.
Prudence is an oversold virtue.
The fact is, right now, you’re not special.
This Doesn't Mean Anything
Or does it?
A study of bass in long exposures. A communion with emptiness in poignant tranquility.
Even the optimal algorithm doesn’t guarantee a perfect outcome.
June (For Neil K.)
What doesn’t kill you…
Perhaps we just live in a nightmarish arms race.
Each disagreement stands alone.
The Rainbow Room Is Not A Happy Place
Everything is broken and that’s okay.
The distance between us is growing.
For Your Own Good
Overreact and overcompensate.
The long tail of the unknown.
Weakness, ambition, inner conflict.
Measure twice, cut once.
Such Beautiful People
Get your ideas in order.
Gloom Filter In A# Minor
Do not cross them.
Tell no one.
Follow the leader.
Vintage Is The New Hip
Nostalgia is a seductive liar.
Ultimately, what is there?
Something is not quite right here.
Released back in 2015 under Łukasz Langa’s given name, “recall” is spiritually the beginning of the RPLKTR project. It’s a carefully crafted ambient soundscape that rewards attention but does not require it.
Anomalies: Improvised Works 2007-2014
Ranging between laid-back coffee table jazz, powerful metal-inspired riffs and glacial ambient, this careful selection from seven years’ worth of solo piano improvisation recordings is a journey of contrasts.
Lifeline (36 floors mix)
After Duncan Patterson moved on from Anathema and later Antimatter, he formed a band called “Alternative 4”, a spiritual continuation of the Anathema album of the same name he mostly wrote. Since that album meant a lot to me in my teenage years, I was thrilled to be involved in the “Lifeline” remix.