Three releases that can loosely, and very loosely at that, be said to have ‘a folky’ touch. But, if you expect an all-acoustic affair, or something that is veering towards sad-eyed singer/songwriters, you should probably look for something else than the three albums reviewed here. But then, you’d probably be cutting yourself short because you’d […]

IIVII | Obsidian EP Consouling Sounds (CD/DL) Josh Graham is IIVII and his latest effort is this elegant Obsidian EP which deconstructs the behind-the-scenes documentary, Mother! The Downward Spiral, offering a deeply atmospheric take on a cinematic soundtrack. From the pensive opening of Octagone the listener will be quickly lost in the labyrinth of stylish […]

Slumberland | Sea, sea, sea, drifter / See, see, see, drifter Consouling Sounds (LP/CD/DL) Belgian sound artist Jochem Baelus is Slumberland and Sea, sea, sea, drifter / See, see, see, drifter is the follow-up to 2014’s self-titled debut (on Dutch imprint Zesde Kolonne). This record wastes no time to move right from the point. Of […]

For the last three months we have truly been inundated with diverse new releases, and because of volume and curation many of them miss hitting the pixels we produce here at Toneshift.net. We are so lucky to be able to have access to such a wide breadth of innovative sounds. Out of these numerous works […]

Epitaph celebrates three decades of work by Dirk Serries, the man behind vidnaObmana, Fear Falls Burning, Yodok III and other eloquent collaborations along the way. Released on April 8th via Gent’s Consouling Sounds in double vinyl (a special edition of 100 as well) and CD formats I’m fully engaged from the top. With the aptly […]