having already made a strong connection with the ever-excellent udacha label, russian duo gamayun now take their talents to hesperian sound division to unfurl more of their delicate, richly musical creations. -golden ratio- leads in on stunning jazz piano refrains, edging threads of percussion into the mix with poise that sets gamayun apart from the rest of the crowd. -ascension- takes things in a more cosmic direction, all swooping and swooning synth lines beamed in from a distant star. -untitled- has a more lazy, blues-minded attitude, while -uvolnenie- edges a little more techno influence into the mix, but truly this is space-age music played by musicians with genuine chops.
hvl seems well thought of by many within the house and techno community, with labels queuing up to secure his services. bizarre realms marks his first appearance on los angeles hesperian sound division. it s an undeniably atmospheric affair, with the georgian keen to show off his noted eye for detail. check, for example, the spacey, detroit deep house-goes-acid vibe of -escape in time-, or the watery, deep space electronics and jazz-flecked rhythm of -bizarre realms-. he s not afraid to doff a cap to techno, either, as both the deep and dubby -sio-, and the more ragged, mind-bending -sforzando-, so neatly prov
working out of haarlem, netherlands, aleks has returned with his second release for los angeles-based label, hesperian sound division. different stories features a selection of works from the multifaceted dutch producer, concentrated in the intersection between meditative landscapes, and delicately shuffling drum tracks. offering simplicity in structure, each track exhibits a concise yet detail-oriented approach, translating into four highly organic pieces.
emergency cosmetics is new york hardware afficionado j. albert s second 12inch offering, and comes as the inaugural 12inch release for los angeles based hesperian sound division. a valient effort into capturing a fully realized aesthetic, the ep digs into all corners of the brooklyn producer s repertoire, nodding a head towards classic ny style house and contemporary electronics alike. side a of the record explores an etherial and transcendent voice, with tracks, beta 3, and cult classic, are you in. on the b side, a departure towards concise and minimalist dancfloor cuts presents itself, beginning with high hat clinic pick me up, and culminating in the weighty yet delicate floor burner, givin lip