November Wrap-Up

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 I have decided there are a small batch that I cannot just allow to pass into the ether. So I am taking on those holdouts here in a series of quickie session of shotgun reviews (don’t let my brevity dissuade you from listening longingly), consider … Continue reading November Wrap-Up

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Suburban Lights by Ross Khmil

Ross Khmil Suburban Lights (Hellscape Records; CS/DL) Kiev-based Ross Khmil has been twisting knobs and plugging in wires for the last few years, and has delivered a most unusual tape in the form of Suburban Lights. The release includes a half dozen tracks each running on average at about nine minutes, so you get a full spectrum of effects. It’s glassy synth and old-school organ feel are in sweet contradiction from the start of the title track. This young guy has a sound that evokes turn-of-the-century carnies paired with a cut-rate 60’s b-flick. On his second or third tape release, … Continue reading Suburban Lights by Ross Khmil

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