Shimmering Moods Records presents their first release with a series of limited 300 copies white colored, hand numbered, vinyl. No repress! The first release comes from FrameWatcher and Sonornote. Expect warm floating electronica with a cinematic feeling reminiscent of those early electronic music days with labels as DeFocus, Toytronic, Neo Ouija and early Delsin.
300 hand numbered, white vinyl
Mastered by MaSpaventi
2014 Shimmering Moods Records
Norman Records says:
Straight outta the flatlands of the Netherlands comes this brand new label with a series of limited to 300 copies white colored, hand numbered, vinyl.
First up this split. On the A side is a stunning slice of pounding electronica from Framewatcher with some seriously distorted beatery. Lots of cinematic synths washing around in the background give it a joyous almost balearic haze. Then comes a piece of glassy oddball soundtracky stuff with the sound of crashing waves ‘neath eerie discordant keys. On the flip some wacked out beats fizzing away with some harp like sounds and slight sense of unease. Different again is the final track, some sweet Boards of Canada style lone-tronica.
A good start and will appeal to fans of your old school electronic stuff like Plaid and all the rest of ‘em. On lovely marble vinyl.
Holland's Shimmering Moods imprint inaugurates its release schedule with what seems to be the first collaboration from Dutch newcomers, Framewatcher and Sonornote. Coming out of the Amsterdam district, this new label is set to provide us with rich, compelling and dubby electronic amalgamations judging from this debut release. The two artists' sounds fuse into a perfect unison, where spectral modular sonics drop into shreds of field recordings and neat little synth glitches. We've been told these are super limited and won't come back after they've gone, so act fast!
released December 4, 2015
All tracks side A by Dmitriy Makarov (FrameWatcher)
All tracks side B by Alexander Vinokurov (Sonornote)
supported by 6 fans who also own “FrameWatcher/Sonornote Split EP (Vinyl)”
Peaceful dub and lounge music that'll melt the day's stress. Don't really get to hear this kind of chill music today, so be sure to stop, smell the roses, and listen to this once in a while. DJ Home Movies