Francesca Heart – Ianassa Alga Miraggio

I am absolutely enthralled to officially welcome my dear friend Francesca Heart to the Ingrown family crypt. Mixed and mastered by the equally legendary Polonius, this channeled new age aquatic goddess’s dream odyssey is easily one of my favorite releases of the year, and dare I say one of the top new age ambient albums of all time! Artwork by the magical Vittoria de Franchis. What an honor to get to work with these amazing people.

Now available on cassette and digital download from the Ingrown store. Here is the link: https://ingrown.bandcamp.com/album/ianassa-alga-miraggio

Ryan Wade Ruehlen – Ectoplasmic Food Offerings To The God Anubis

Ryan from the always radical Shadowtrash Tape Collective steps in on cassette, music, and art duties for his first ever release with Ingrown Records. The result is this smorgasbord of delicious, esoteric delights. A fun trip full of weirdo noisy jazz pop!

Now available on cassette and digital download from the Ingrown store. Here is the link: https://ingrown.bandcamp.com/album/ectoplasmic-food-offerings-to-the-god-anubis

Francesca Heart’s Ianassa on YIKIS

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Artist: Francesca Heart
Title: Ianassa Alga Miraggio
Keywords: experimental ambient drone electronic new age vaporwave Fairfax
Label: ingrown records

Francesca Heart lets us dive in the music with our beautiful bathing costumes, properly decorated with a designed pattern of colorful flowers and starfishes. Oh we feel so delighted as the music twinkles around our healthy body lines, how it sparkles fluently against our perfect waistlines. Francesca knows how to make us feel like the beautiful jellyfish that we like to look at in those natural deep sea documentaries. The sounds of music feel so bubbly, clean, as if in this wondrous waterworld are no oil spills and there is enough air flow for fishes to get a nice belly tickle.

Here we swim, feeling beautiful and lighthearted. As if our diets have been a success and the music of Francesca Heart the ideal place to show off our new mermaid…

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Cassilda and Carcosa on Yeah I Know It Sucks

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artists: Cassilda and Carcosa
title: Tubes, Transformers, Transistors, and Tape
keywords: experimental acid ambient braindance dance drone electronic electronica experimental electronic idm newage techno vaporwave Fairfax
label: Ingrown Records

The spacious spastic funk moves can be tossed into our oeuvre again, instant dancing can be done on top of acidic fanatic baselines just like its the good side of the creative nineties again. No pandamics – just good lsd and so called intelligent electro bangers to go completely loopy with. Who needs anything else than a bit of time travel to the good side of life, while still sailing straight towards a better future? Tubes, Transformers, Transistors, and Tape by Cassilda and Carcosa certainly helps to make the time fly by and there is great hope that when get lost in this music – they will end up being awoken to a time in which there is plenty of reason…

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Cassilda and Carcosa – Tubes, Transformers, Transistors, and Tape

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https://ingrown.bandcamp.com/album/tubes-transformers-transistors-and-tape

Just in time for Bandcamp Friday, we’re very excited to welcome Cassilda and Carcosa to the Ingrown family. This is some seriously gripping stuff. I’ve been listening to this on repeat and keep finding myself wanting to go back for more. I have yet to have the pleasure of listening outside but I imagine it would be a really sweet experience, so please let me know if you go on any interesting adventures. – Ryan

Message from the artist:
I live in Brooklyn, NY, obviously inspired by Weird fiction.
All the tracks on this album were not made on a computer, they are all completely DAWless and recorded to various tape recording devices, mostly using analog mixers and hardware synthesizers, sequencers, guitar pedals, etc. I’m a Software engineer by trade and wanted to get as far away from computers as possible and still make electronic music

VaporBaby on YIKIS

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artist: VaporBaby
title: Illumino Descent 
keywords: experimental ambient dreamcast drone electronic instrumental mario new age nintendo nintendowave sega segawave trap vapor vaportrap vaporwave Fairfax
label: Ingrown Records

Oh how cute! When we heard the adorable news of a new vaporised baby being born over at ingrown records it was our immediate response to go and pay it a curious visit. When our eyes and ears met it was a love at first sight. With permission of the parents we took it out of the little cot and hold it up in the sky like a little simba lion. What a adorableness! So young, so innocent, yet so full of life.

The tiny tabby legs kicking away its trap beats like a wise visitor from the future who had already traveled a million lives before being reincarnated as vaporbaby. You could see it in the baby’s eyes, the knowledge of the…

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DECAYCAST Reviews: Corsica Annex “Doors Outside” (Ingrown Records, 2020)

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Corsica Annex from Brooklyn creates delicate washes of ambient hum that will aide to calm even the most nervous and pent up listener.  Beginning  with wishing, weeping waves of  encapsulated warmth; a homely and resounding analog synthesizer din. The  psychedelic sound of “Doors Outside” slowly envelops and drifts away to a different place. Fuzzy, dream like tones gently lift light into the barren, lost eyes like the morning sun’s cast across a frozen, unsuspecting rose from the night before.

The mossy vibe slowly shifts into a repetitive string piece, undulation coupled with a morose progression that leaves the listener in the unknown. Warm organ like tones pulse uncertainty like a shifting leaf lost in the wind. Steve Reich style  string arpreggiations gloss over even more dense patterns of organic sounding  water-grown, nano bots, sonically somewhere connecting  Cloudland Canyon , Tim Hecker “Radio Amor” and later era Tangerine Dream, Corsica Annex…

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