Hiro Ama from Teleman has released his debut solo EP Uncertainty via Prah Recordings, which he wrote and recorded at home during a period of isolation earlier this year.
The mini-album has six beautiful electronic tracks, which use field recordings to help creating dreamlike soundscapes that envelops the listener with matching comfort. Despite the unsure times at which it was made it is very easy to get a satisfying sense of calmness from this EP, which stays for a while and helps to keep you going. Simply wonderful.
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Having released fantastic debut PZ1 last year, London-based Pozi return with a brand new five-track EP 176 (out now via PRAH Recordings), on which they continue to impress listeners with their masterful and creative take on post-punk.
Not thinking of settling, the band keeps pushing the limits of creativity with their unique combination of drums, bass, violin and haunting vocals. There’s no fillers here — every track is distinctive, innovative and instantly appealing with its smart arrangements combined together with the dark subject matters of the songs.