ambient, experimental, jazz label
It can seriously influence your body chemistry by freak-frequencies.
Sounds from the space between sleep and waking, where the subconscious takes control.
"Tha" is a truly remarkable achievement that should be enjoyed in it's entirety to guarantee the best listening experience possible.
For the 100th release we've invited artists who significantly contributed to our label and by their music formed what "Silent Flow" is today.
Urban Bosque intends to establish the relationship between the electricity, as a generator of sound, and the energy (mechanical, wind, electric) that comes from the body that excites the various acoustic instruments.
Dark, cold and dense ambient.
Compass is useless where we're heading.
A man wakes up at the side of a road in Death Valley, California. He wonders if he might be dead.
"Palus est" was born as a soundtrack to an old story never written, it’s emerged from my dreams. Story set in northern Italy's swampland where strange presences inhabit or pass. Living and mysterious nature. I’ve seen it. I tell it with sound.
"The album L’Inquietude is made of improvisations recorded in 2015 and 2016. They are then cut, stacked, sampled and re-orchestrated in a quick and intuitive process close to improvisation. As I usually do since 2001, many fragments of earlier recordings and albums are also reused, processed and handled in loops or textures."
Cathedral is composed of acoustic and electronic music employing a rich palette of technology and emotion. Step into the depths of another Bio-cinematic landscape and lose yourself in the progressive dark ambient world of the Kinoslav Studio Orchestra.
Each sound is a color that was filling the blank canvas of his home studio, executed in the dark and at a high volume to immerse in the restless ocean of the sounds that embrace these feelings exposed to the listener. He hopes to sit and be captured by them. Three compositions that form this album are the result of improvisation and catharsis.
"I think, while working on this release I’ve finally approached the line beyond which my own role in the process of creation is minimized. During two working months the overall concept was changed so many times, that I’ve finally realized there’s no need for it. Sometimes the material seemed to evolve separately, on its own, leaving me only a mechanical work to record what was happening."
This set of pieces was inspired by the word "unmotion", which originates from a poem by E. E. Cummings. The word implies a condition of stasis, a lack of movement, a moment of tranquility.
With no preconceived concept or structure the building blocks of Dulcet Noise were improvised.