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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Review in Yeah I Know It Sucks

Written on December 30, 2014 at 11:57, by

Maga – The Wired One Review in Yeah I Know It Sucks: Because we are all ready with flags, firecrackers, party hats and balloons; it is an excellent opportunity to dig up an excellent intelligent dance album; The Wired One by Maga. It is the debut album of this project created by drummer and all round music  Continue Reading »

Celebrating 10 Years of Esc.rec. with a special discount!

Written on December 10, 2014 at 9:55, by

Yes! Today it has been 10 years since the start of Esc.rec. way back in 2004, when Bart Folmer and me (Harco Rutgers) decided this was a good idea! I did some more counting and concluded that with Esc.rec. I have released 45 releases (both physical and digital), (co-)organized 68 events (ACSH, The Diamond Exchange, festivals, etc.) and worked  Continue Reading »

Review in The Quietus

Written on December 2, 2014 at 16:47, by

Frond – The Second Continent Review in The Quietus: Blissful synthetic textures blend with lush field recordings on The Second Continent, from British producer/phonographer Frond, on the first cassette tape by Dutch label, esc.rec. Eleven relatively brief and shimmering drones populate The Second Continent; it is a hazy landscape, occasionally punctuated with nostalgic instrumental visions  Continue Reading »

Review in Ambientblog

Written on December 1, 2014 at 10:08, by

Frond – The Second Continent Review in Ambientblog: Esc.Rec is a dutch label that specialises in experimental music that is  not only unpredictable but also always surprising, because it’s hard to pinpoint their style. But whatever it may be called it is always music ‘with a twist’, available in beautifully designed packaging. Frond‘s “The Second Continent” is  Continue Reading »