Stream New Ghostly Albums from Recondite and KILN
- Words: Glenn Jackson
The ever-busy Ghostly label—an Ann Arbor instituion we profiled at-length during our recent Labels We Love week—has two full-length records set to drop next week, one from Berlin minimalist Recondite (pictured above) and one from glitchy experimental trio KILN. Now, both albums are available to stream in full before they see an official release. Hinterland marks Recondite debuting on the label with 11 tracks of icy techno, whereas the dubby and textural meadow:watt sees the adventurous KILN outfit returning to Ghostly for the first time since its Dusker LP appeared on the imprint in 2007. Both records will be made available on November 11, and can be heard in their entirety via the respective players below.
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