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The Goner - HH US

"HH" by The Goner H.H. reissues a pair of wonderful 2008 folk-psychedelic-experimental discs by a Swedish artist called the Goner. We first heard about him from our friend Mats Gustafsson, who wrote that the Goner “delivers spiritual music that accompanies dreams, as it organically flows across the sky when you're walking to work and creeps up on you when you least expect it to. It's tempting to place his work along the lines of Hush Arbors and Six Organs of Admittance and although that's true you can also hear his background in the lo-fi scene”, not to mention subliminal influences ranging from Swedish folk songs to the trippier end of technoid electronics, all processed via a sonic template that’s both richly layered and authentically “there”. Of the two discs, Hind Hand works as a flowing instrumental psychedelic journey, while Haven experiments a bit more broadly with style and instrumentation (including vocals), and together the two tell a story that’s as deep as it is wide. Seventeen tracks across two discs, around ninety minutes of music.
$10.00

The Goner - HH International

"HH" by The Goner H.H. reissues a pair of wonderful 2008 folk-psychedelic-experimental discs by a Swedish artist called the Goner. We first heard about him from our friend Mats Gustafsson, who wrote that the Goner “delivers spiritual music that accompanies dreams, as it organically flows across the sky when you're walking to work and creeps up on you when you least expect it to. It's tempting to place his work along the lines of Hush Arbors and Six Organs of Admittance and although that's true you can also hear his background in the lo-fi scene”, not to mention subliminal influences ranging from Swedish folk songs to the trippier end of technoid electronics, all processed via a sonic template that’s both richly layered and authentically “there”. Of the two discs, Hind Hand works as a flowing instrumental psychedelic journey, while Haven experiments a bit more broadly with style and instrumentation (including vocals), and together the two tell a story that’s as deep as it is wide. Seventeen tracks across two discs, around ninety minutes of music.
$15.00

Recent Deep Water releases reviewed at Ptolemaic Terrascope Online

As a general rule, anything on Deep Water is almost guaranteed to be of excellent quality and well worth seeking out. On this latest batch of releases however, the label has surpassed its own high standards to produce a collection of releases that has been on heavy rotation in this particular corner of the globe. ...

H.H.

Originally released in limited runs of 33 copies (what chance do you have?), the two albums from Goner are fine collections of hypnotic psychedelic rock, featuring repetitive grooves, hypnotic rhythms and a seemingly pagan heart. ...

Sugar Head Record

Cut from darker matter, the album from Ashtray Navigations contains only three songs across its two discs, with disc one being taken up completely by the 58 minute drone/noise creation "Sugar Head Music With Sines", a feral dust cloud of sound that roams across its surroundings covering everything in beautiful ashes of noise. ...

New Worlds For Old

Containing just four long tracks, the first disc of "New Worlds For Old", is a magnificent, rambling beast that twists and writhes, soars and dives, filling the air with a cornucopia of instrumental sounds, the music alive with melody passion and promise. ...

Blue Mountain Water

Apparently recorded in various subterranean locations, whether caves or cellar it does not say, the five tracks on "Blue Mountain Water" were recorded live with no overdubs giving them a freshness, the musicians involved working together to create a collection of great beauty. ...

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The Goner - HH

"HH" by The Goner H.H. reissues a pair of wonderful 2008 folk-psychedelic-experimental discs by a Swedish artist called the Goner. We first heard about him from our friend Mats Gustafsson, who wrote that the Goner “delivers spiritual music that accompanies dreams, as it organically flows across the sky when you're walking to work and creeps up on you when you least expect it to. It's tempting to place his work along the lines of Hush Arbors and Six Organs of Admittance and although that's true you can also hear his background in the lo-fi scene”, not to mention subliminal influences ranging from Swedish folk songs to the trippier end of technoid electronics, all processed via a sonic template that’s both richly layered and authentically “there”. Of the two discs, Hind Hand works as a flowing instrumental psychedelic journey, while Haven experiments a bit more broadly with style and instrumentation (including vocals), and together the two tell a story that’s as deep as it is wide. Seventeen tracks across two discs, around ninety minutes of music.
$10.00

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