Shamane back y’all! A proclamation stated on the releases bandcamp page – ultra extra is the latest full length project from prolific techno-weirdo Pop Culture Shamane! Lush with psychedelic electronic exploration and noodling, it is easy to get lost in this project. Dense textures wash over innocent melodies, all being propelled forward by deconstructed club grooves. It’s truly a satisfying listen from start-to-finish. The album has just been released via Ingrown Records, if you download via bandcamp you will receive a 27-page booklet of shamane rhymes “i can eat my slang” which is equally as twisted-brilliant. If you aren’t familiar with the work of Shamane NOW IS THE TIME!!
shamane returns for our first digital release in 3 years! Applying new methods, it does indeed seem the artist has leveled up, ascending to shamane heights entirely new and unexplored.
Download comes with 27-page .PDF book of rhymes by the artist. Available now at https://ingrown.bandcamp.com/album/ultra-extra
??? on Yeah I Know It Sucks
Keywords: experimental ambient drone electronic new age noise Virginia
Label: Ingrown Records
While deeply tucked away under the blankets my ears opened up like an bewildered flower. I heard some voices, perhaps it was just one but it felt as if it had been many. There had been also nice sounds of music that gently took the outside bits of my ears and pulled it kindly as if they wanted to extent my hearing range. Half with my eyes closed I listened as the voices spoke no words and still managed to tell me a lots of things.
Things about warmth, about a little summers rain, a kind hearted hug of love that had to come out of a dreamland in which everything was nice and well.
Something about the bells in an old tower, a breath of roses and a heart of gentle intension…
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Available now on hi-fi pro-dubbed cassette. Comes with foldout j-card art and 1 of 3 zine booklets created and assembled by the artist.
We are bringing back Ingrown Fest in honor of 8 years of the label and 100 Aura Borealis radio shows since our revival in 2015. Talk about a blast from the past!
It is going to be a great time. See you there?
Thanks to our friend Stany Bebe for the art.
It is an exciting day when we get to announce we are working with Yves Malone. With releases on Orange Milk, Tymbal Tapes, and 905, he is no stranger to the music biz. The Future Was Yesterday is the sophomore release of his Manville Heights project, a followup to 2016’s S/T on Field Hymns.
The tape is available now in all its beauty. Chrome and pro-dubbed with printed labels.