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biosphere / dropsonde / touch

Geri Jenssen was born and permanently resides in Tromso, Norway which is 400 miles north of the Arctic circle. It is here, isolated from urban cultures that he creates his beautiful minimal organic creations. Jenssen, known for his ambient techno has incorporated beautiful model jazz structures into his latest release Dropsonde. Rhythms come out of nowhere through the ambient sounds of wind, rain, water, and ice which subtly burst into a driving brushed drum and plucked bass melody. Beautiful lush tones loop, build, swirl, and then fade away. Fans of Jan Jelinek's work with Triosk will appreciate this album. Jon Savage states "As with all of the Biosphere albums, the music draws you in and makes you want to listen and feel. Jenssen's work acts on a very emotional level, one that encourages you to drift away into a haze of images and scenes brought to you by the music, where spectacular beauty hides unseen danger. Intense and moving, but comforting and soothing at the same time." This is ideal listening for the winter months. Highly Recommended.
listen: birds fly by flapping their wings
listen: sherbrooke

pan/tone / chug mp3
pan/tone / smoke signals mp3

lawrence / untitled / dial cd02

various / compilation 01 / freude-am-tanzen recordings

01. Gamat 3000 - Feeling Love (Wighnomy's Give Peace A Chance Remix) (remix by Wighnomy Brothers)
02. Soulphiction - Black Woman
03. Funky Transport - Hell Bells
04. Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wru"hme - Bobb
05. Hemmann & Kaden - Sense
06. Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wru"hme - Bodyrock
07. Mark Henning - With the Folks
08. DJ Koze - Lighta Spuba
09. Hemmann & Kaden - Vaganza
10. Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wru"hme - Pele Bloss
11. DJ Koze - Smornin

Wonderful presents from Jens Lekman.

Thanks to for the honourable mention in his journal entry and another thanks to one, yet another netlabel for linking me to their reviews section.