Huerco S. – Colonial Patterns

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With a generous helping of mesmerising and intriguing recordings, Huerco S’s debut album ‘Colonial Patterns’ was released on Software Recording Co. this month and has already incurred a healthy amount of praise. It… Continue reading

Washerman – Raw Poet EP

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Drenched in raw old-school goodness, Washerman’s debut full-length album ‘Raw Poet’ out now on Drumpoet Community has been one of the most anticipated records of the year as far as the Deep House… Continue reading

Tone Color – The Last Day

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Like many, the bulk of my interest in the modern Ambient music scene was built from exposure to netlabels. Some of my favourite artists have risen from creating music and releasing for free… Continue reading

WDS#4: Magnofon (Mix)

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As mentioned in our previous post, from time to time we’ll be drawing great mixes to your attention here on Irregular Crates. Whether it be from our other project Grounding Sounds, general discoveries… Continue reading

Grounding Sounds: Maps and Diagrams

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As well as updates about experimental music here on Irregular Crates, we’re also behind Grounding Sounds – a mix series in which we invite artists to present their favourite records ever, across all… Continue reading

Pausal – Sky Margin

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Recently I was alerted to a new album on Own Records, which I always greet with excitement. There is such quality to each and every release they put out along with a forward… Continue reading

ARCHIVE006 Nest – Retold

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The ever consistent Serein began releasing high quality physical albums in 2010, stepping up from their original operation as a netlabel. The first in their catalog at the time was the re-issue and… Continue reading

Adrian Corker – Raise

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  An album I’ve been listening to an awful lot lately is ‘Raise’ by soundtrack artist Adrian Corker on Village Green. It’s definitely Modern Classical music in the obvious sense but there is… Continue reading

The Seaman and The Tattered Sail – Light Folds

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I had intended for Irregular Crates to be punchy, to the point and as short hand as possible. Mixing a bit of general laziness, sloppiness and sheer lack of time…most of our posts… Continue reading

Darkroom – Gravity’s Dirty Work

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This week we received the forthcoming double album by Darkroom, ‘Gravity’s Dirty Work’ and it has been on heavy rotation ever since. It is duo Michael Bearpark and Andrew Ostler’s first album as… Continue reading