Pete Namlook, founder of the pioneering ambient label FAX +49-69/450464 died last week. Since launching FAX in 1992, Namlook released 135 albums including his own collaborations with Bill Laswell, Richie Hawtin, Klaus Schulze, and many other artists. His massive influence on electronic music over the last two decades will not be forgotten. Above is "Heaven" from the 1993 album "Silence II" with Dr Atmo. And here is a documentary on Namlook, titled Slice (part 1 and part 2).
Indie rock stalwarts Rogue Wave catch a new(er) wave with “What Is Left To Solve,” the killer synth-driven new track from their forthcoming sixth album, Delusions of Grand Fur, out April 29. They take their show on the road starting May 5 with a series of Bay Area shows.
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