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New Peter G. Brown E.P. out June 8th

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Mouth of the River marks the return of Peter G. Brown’s exploration into the synthesis of deep-ambient solitude and the shared sonic traditions of early American folk music. After the release of 2011’s Ten Years of Dust, Brown began researching and gathering archive recordings of Appalachian old-time musicians and poets from the early 20th century. […]

Amalaise Debut album OUT NOW!

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Slo.Bor Media is excited to announce the debut release of Amalaise. The album Twinning Pools has been in the works for a little over a year and is now available as a digital album through all good digital outlets ie: iTunes, eMusic, Amazon, Rhapsody etc… or as a hard copy CD. Twinning Pools features eight […]

amalaise debut album this fall

This fall experimental ambient noise duo amalaise will debut on slo.bor media. A collage of texture, atmosphere, field recordings, live instruments and vocals, their sound can be described as a complex melding of the spacier side of Cocteau Twins with the experimental nature of Grouper and cindyTalk. Work on their debut studio album will be […]