|PLAY ORDER||ARTIST||SONG TITLE||ALBUM TITLE||TIME||LABEL||COUNTRY||YEAR|
|1||Steve Gibbs||Bokeh||Soundcloud||4.37||Self Released||England||2011|
|2||Amp Rive||Procession||Irma Vep||5.56||Als Das Kind||Italy||2011|
|3||Sunlight Ascending||All The Memories, All At Once||All The Memories, All At Once||6.07||Future Recordings||USA||2010|
|4||The End Of The Ocean||Worth Everything Ever Wished For||Pacific Atlantic||5.54||Future Recordings||USA||2010|
|5||Until Sunrise||Nostalgic Moment||Hope For Japan||6.16||Oxide Tones||USA||2011|
|6||Scottt Chevrolet||Theme From Positions||3.14||Self Released||Scotland||2011|
|7||Sound Of Silence||See It, Hear It and Feel It||See It, Hear It and Feel It||3.44||Mispelled Records||Indonesia||2011|
|8||North End||Archipelago||Atlantica||4.07||Self Released||USA||2011|
|9||Tunturia||Sinking||Invisible City||9.21||Oxide Tones||Canada||2011|
RECORD OF THE WEEK
“Invisible City,” Tunturia’s equivalent of “Chinese Democracy,” will be available on October 28th throughOxide Tones. The album is a narrative based loosely around the Russian folk tale of the City of Kitezh. But don’t let the pretentious subject matter fool you, the record is an enjoyable musical romp touching on ambient, post rock and instrumental sounds which hopefully, unlike “Chinese Democracy,” won’t be a terribly prolonged and bloated musical disappointment.
We’re excited to finally be able to share this with everyone. The album has been the culmination of a lot of hard work and, despite numerous delays and false starts, we’re glad to finally get it into the hands of everyone who bore with us these past few years. Thanks to everyone’s patience and support and to all the people who helped make it happen.