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Night Takes Day EP
by Slow Dancing Society


Vixit
by Battlestations


Dyschronia
by Markus Mehr


Washington Hebrew
by Washington Hebrew


Latest News & Features

Beautiful New Target Archery Video + Stream – ‘Soujourn’

We’re excited to share the beautiful new music video for ‘Soujourn’, the 2nd single to be lifted from the forthcoming debut album, Clock of the Long Now, by Perth-based instrumental pop outfit Target Archery (the solo project of Ambrose Nock of...

New Summon the Birds Single – ‘Funeral for a King’

Hidden Shoal is proud to announce the release of new single ‘Funeral for a King’ by Melbourne band Summon the Birds, taken from their forthcoming second album, Blood Love, recorded by Tim Johnston (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Dandy Warhols, The Drones). Stream...

Summon the Birds Single Premiere on The Big Takeover

‘Funeral for a King’, the new single by Summon the Birds, taken from their forthcoming second album Blood Love, has just been premiered on the ever-excellent music site The Big Takeover. Head over to TBT to listen to the track. The song is available on all...

Slow Dancing Society ‘An Invitation (The Drive Home)’ Single

We’re excited to present the first taste of the forthcoming Slow Dancing Society EP Ballads of the Boudoir (29/9/17), the final in a series of four new Slow Dancing Society Eps. ‘An Invitation (The Drive Home)’ marries SDS ambience with a more sensual,...

New Rewilding Single and Video!

We’re excited to share the new Rewilding single and music video ‘High Desert’, taken from the forthcoming self-titled debut album (17/10/17). Rewilding is the solo project of New Jersey-based musician and producer Jake McFee (Connected View). Check...

Wonderful Liminal Drifter Interview on RTRFM

Fantastic interview with Liminal Drifter on RTRFM. Lots of wonderful insights into The Night Train Vacancies and much more. Dig it! Related Items:Liminal Drifter’s “The Night Train Vacancies” Scoops RTRFM Feature Album!Liminal Drifter Full RTRFM...

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Latest Reviews

Summon the Birds ‘London Tap Water’ Reviewed at [sic] Magazine

“Hidden Shoal recordings from Perth, Australia are exactly what they say on the tin. Namely an ‘out of sight’ treasure trove of diverse, eclectic music. They’ve released products from the likes of Hotels, Arc Lab, Slow Dancing Society and My Majestic Star. I...

Battlestations “Vixit” Reviewed at A Closer Listen

“Is it live, or is it Memorex?  The tagline comes to mind when listening to the third album from the purposely elusive Battlestations.  If the first album was the prog album and the second the ambient album, the third is the neoclassical, marked by the choir and...

Slow Dancing Society “Night Takes Day” Reviewed at Opus

“The title of Slow Dancing Society’s latest EP is rather apropos: the languid guitar lines and sparkling synthesizers create a sense of day passing into night, of sunlight giving way to a mysterious, even dangerous darkness. “Remember, Love” easily sets the...

Washington Hebrew ‘Ima Try’ Reviewed at The Sunday Experience

“we here are getting so mellow and laid back that we are almost horizontal. Much to a deep disappointment in our own forgetfulness we’ve somewhat been a little light in the feature of Hidden Shoal loveliness of late that we felt it was high time to make amends,...

New Liminal Drifter Remix Album – Pre-Orders & Track Stream!

We’re excited to announce the forthcoming release of The Night Train Vacancies, the new album featuring remixes of tracks by Perth-based ambient electronica artist Liminal Drifter. The album is available now for pre-order and will see release on the 28th of...

Markus Mehr “Dyschronia” Reviewed at A Closer Listen

“Dyschronia is an album eerily aligned with its time, as it addresses technology, surveillance, wiretapping and the disconnected plight of the modern era, while exuding an aesthetic appeal. Today’s industrial societies are approaching total technological...
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