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Re-Directed
by Markus Mehr


(For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly
by Antonymes


The Orpheus Pavement
by Chloe March


Long Range Transmissions
by Various Artists


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Markus Mehr “Re-Directed” Out Now!

We’re proud to announce the official release of the powerful new work from German experimentalist Markus Mehr.  Re-Directed is a confrontational soundwork of digital surrealism, underpinned by a potent and timely theme: our dependence upon digital technology and...

Slow Dancing Society Featured on Latest Cafe del Mar Release

We’re excited to announce that yet another Hidden Shoal artist has been featured on a Cafe del Mar compilation. The gorgeous Slow Dancing Society track ‘Be There’ takes pride of place on Cafe del Mar’s newest compilation Ambience. The album...

Antonymes Featured on the Gideon Coe Show (BBC Radio)

Another of our artists continues to gets some love on BBC Radio. Antonymes‘ ‘Towards Tragedy and Dissolution’, taken from his stunning new album (For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly, has just been featured on Gideon Coe’s BBC Radio show. The...

Chloe March Featured on The Tom Robinson Show (BBC)

The title track off Chloe March’s new EP The Orpheus Pavement has just been featured on a recent episode of the Tom Robinson show on BBC Radio. The show is available for streaming for short time on the BBC website. And if you’ve not already lost yourself...

New Antonymes Album Out Now!

We’re excited to announce the official release of (For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly, the stunning new album by neo-classical ambient artist Antonymes. These 10 pieces have an emotional potency and compositional dexterity that surpasses the acclaimed body of work...

New Memorybell Single, Forthcoming Album

Hidden Shoal is proud to announce the release of ‘Somnolent’ by piano minimalist Memorybell, taken from his debut album Obsolete. Memorybell is the ambient project of Grant Hazard Outerbridge, who in February 2014 awoke in a hospital with no memory of how...

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Antonymes “(For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly” Reviewed at Anthem

Trying to describe the album in all its apparently glory is a truly impossible feat, and to be honest, I’m not ever going to really attempt it. Instead, I’m simply going to strongly urge everyone who ever stumbles upon the work on Antonymes to dive headfirst into his work, because with ‘(For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly’ there is no way you could ever be disappointed. 9/10

Antonymes “(For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly” Reviewed at Textura

The title of Ian Hazeldine’s latest Antonymes opus obviously calls to mind two things in particular: Ingmar Bergman’s 1961 film Through a Glass Darkly, whose title is itself drawn from the Biblical passage “For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known” (1 Corinthians 13). No one, however, needs to obsess too much over the title and its associated meanings when the album’s fifty minutes of music already prove so captivating in their own right.

Todd Tobias “Tristes Tropiques” Reviewed at SpaceRockMountain

Todd Tobias isn’t new to SRM, I have very fond memories of listening to his Calvino-inspired album, Impossible Cities. Therefore, I entered listening to this album with some rather high expectations, which I am glad to report were not dashed in the slightest. The long, winding songs are all sublimely amorphous soundscapes. It is astounding how much weight is packed into every one of them despite their relatively sparse composition. It causes a transformative affect to occur in the diligent listener, altering mundane happenings into something absolutely poetic. For my second listen I sat on my balcony on a cloudy morning, watching birds peck around for food. With the help of Tobias’s music, it was pretty damn epic.

Medard Fischer “Four Songs for the City of New York” Reviewed at Hypnagogue

Whichever point in day you choose to listen to Medard Fischer’s Four Songs for the City of New York will simply be the most beautiful 18 minutes of your day. Moving neo-classical tinted with the soft light of ambient, these are graceful and gorgeous comments that, though brief, come through with strong, human resonance.

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