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- From a Silent Surface
- Wishful Thinking
- Radio Silence
- The Dark Light
- Your Flesh is Irrelevant
- Open Frequency
- Field and Void
- End Station
Radio SilenceRelease date: October 9, 2007
Label: Spotted Peccary Music
A dystopic vision of a future where technology has failed, Radio Silence is now being re-released on Spotted Peccary Music! Originally self-released on black CD-R back in 2004, this new edition comes on real CD format, remastered by Howard Givens at Spotted Peccary Studios. Some of the tracks have also received a final touch by myself.
Radio Silence is no. 9 on "Top New Age of 2007" at Amazon.com!
Where to get this music:You can order this CD directly from me! The price is 10 euros plus 2 euros worldwide shipping. The CD sleeve can be signed upon request. Payments are handled by PayPal, but you don't actually need an account there to place your order. All you need is a credit card!
Radio Silence is also available from other sources, such as:
Spotted Peccary webshop
Press reviews & commentsRadio Silence is a dream with its own soundtrack - a fantasy of a bleak time yet to come.
Chuck van Zyl, Star's End
It is very catchy, and quite different from the dark ambient sound of Secret Observatory, although Jönsson's ability to make more concise tunes was evident on Autumn Continent. This is more like thinking man's ambient dub or trance.
Phil Derby, Electroambient Space
Radio Silence presents a series of tracks that alternate between blissfully serene downtempo and cloudy techno ambience. There are some very beautiful melodic tracks where soft beats and moody peripherals hang in the background supporting the attractive lead lines on lush shifting beds of sound.
Paul, Morpheus Music
Hours of satisfying listening in a far off and deep, yet earthy, space.
- Lloyd Barde, Backroads Music
Between Interval creates ambient music which is so diverse and so concrete at the same time, that you cannot pass it over without any emotions. It captures you from the first sounds of the opening 'From a Silent Surface', then leads you through many different dimensions, revealing new horizons during every new listen and finally brings you to the 'End Station'.
The music is surprisingly fresh, seems to be extremely complex and holds a great load of fantastic emotions. This is the music which makes you drift through the crystalline seas ('Aerolith'), fly over lily-white clouds ('Open Frequency') but also crawl beneath the ground ('Katakomb'). I could make a list of similar feelings which 'Radio Silence' evokes in me, but I am leaving it up to every listener who will get a hold of this album.
I truely recommend these 75 minutes of excellent ambient music and already consider this album as one of the best in 2004 and put it very very high on my personal list of all-time favourites.
- Aruzz, Foreshadow Magazine