Dive: the new album from ambient artist Tycho

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By Mike Slobot in New Music on Tuesday 8 November 2011

Scott Hansen, the multi-talented musician, graphic designer and artist known as Tycho, will release Dive, a new album of his trademark ambient/downtempo/techno on November 15. Fans of moody electronic music will love the vibe of Tycho. A free preview song from the forth coming album is available on the Tycho website now.

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Stunningly beautiful video for new Syntaks single

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By Zolton in New Music on Thursday 4 August 2011

This is another mesmerising video for the latest Syntaks single, Someone Else’s Dream. Their sound has been aptly described as ‘multi-layered psychedelic pop and kraut-rock as well as the muffled shoegaze-esque cacophony of sounds’. Indeed. [Stream the new Syntaks album here]

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Matthew Dear’s You Put A Smell On Me

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Friday 8 April 2011

We’re huge fans of Ghostly International DJ/producer Matthew Dear, who has just wrapped up a successful tour with Interpol across Europe and the UK. Check out his new track, You Put A Smell On Me (Photocall Remix).

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Gold Panda’s Snow and Taxis

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By Zolton in New Music on Monday 29 November 2010

Gold Panda’s new album on the Ghostly International label — Lucky Shiner — is a daring blend of glitchy and deep electro, as reflected in this single, Snow and Taxis.

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Syntaks remixes Pale Sketcher’s Can I Go Now

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Tuesday 19 October 2010

Danish duo Syntaks‘ remix of Pale Sketcher’s Can I Go Now (Gone Version) employs a ‘double-time rhythm and a cloud of shoegazey guitars to bring the track to new heights’. We think it’s red hot. And it’s off the always hip Ghostly International label.

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Gold Panda

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Tuesday 12 October 2010

Both UK’s Q Magazine and Mojo raved about them (four-star reviews, both) and they subsequently went on to capture a spot on Stereogum’s 40 Best New Bands. Now Ghostly International act Gold Panda is ready to release his ‘stylistically omnivorous’ debut album, Lucky Shiner.

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Christopher Willits

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Wednesday 28 July 2010

Prolific electronic music producer Christopher Willits has produced twenty albums in ten years — both solo and in collaboration with artists such as Ryuichi Sakamoto on 2008’s Ocean Fire. Tiger Flower Circle Sun is his second release for Ghostly International and is his most technologically complex album yet, ‘drifting skyward in a swell of ambient […]

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Shigeto

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Thursday 22 April 2010

The Semi Circle EP is Japanese-American producer Shigeto’s (aka Zach Saginaw) first release for Ghostly International. It’s a deep, vividly beautiful suite of electronic music.

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Deastro

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Thursday 15 April 2010

Like their hyperactive creator, Deastro’s songs can’t sit still, hopping from swooning dream-pop to gonzo TV theme songs to whisper-soft folk to crunching robot-rock, and always ringing with Chabot’s earnest tenor. [Read a Secret Playlist by Deastro, where he writes about his eight favourite songs]

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Mitgang Audio Remix of Solvent’s My Radio

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By Zolton in New Music on Tuesday 30 March 2010

Toronto-based Solvent’s latest full-length album, Subject to Shift, is out soon on Ghostly International and is another glitchy, robotic masterpiece of pop surrealism, ‘a mix of dystopian, acid-tinged futurism and bittersweet romantic ache’, bowing gently to the beautiful template he set earlier with his radio-friendly hummer, My Radio. Check out the Mitgang Audio Remix of […]

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Syntaks’ Blue Sunshine

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By Casper Johansson in Video on Wednesday 3 March 2010

The beautifully hypnotic video for the Syntaks‘ song Blue Sunshine is an appropriate tribute to the pair’s approach to music-making: a wash of color, fleeting glimpses of half-remembered imagery both heavenly and apocalyptic, and vertiginous shifts in scale superimposed over its creators’ faces. [Read a Secret Playlist from Syntaks where they write about their favourite […]

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