Asleep in the Creek 1-2, by Diamondstein

Asleep in the Creek is a brooding and intricate 2-track collaborative release featuring the sounds of Diamonstein together with the photos of Kait Fischer, brought to us by Doom Trip Records.

The tracks themselves capture the essence of the visuals perfectly – hovering in a melancholy ambience that is as thick as florescent haze caught on the twilight mist. Touches and tastes of hope and splendor drift throughout – creating a thoughtful and considerate atmosphere. The subtle progressions on which the songs are constructed lay a dreamlike foundation – which when combined with the visuals of Fischer’s Photography is only enhances and broadens the emotional applications, swirling the listener in nostalgia and wistfulness.

It’s quite a beautiful listen, with so much atmosphere condensed into 2 tracks you really have no excuse not to give it a spin!

Art Roundup #1: Location

Thanks for checking out another Roundup! This time we will be featuring art prints from talented new artists, loosely themed around geographic concepts, local love and global minds. All things places, these are all attractive pieces that would add flavor to any room.

Which is your favorite? Have any ideas for another Roundup?

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Journeys, by Daniel Montero

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Downtown, by Dominiquelandau 

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Night Mountains No.5, by Bakmann Art

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City, by Turksen Kizil

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That Suffocating Burden, by jarjake

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Autobahn, by Dirk W. Imagery

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A Visitor, by Alex G. Griffiths

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London Underground Goodge Street, by James Peart 

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Venice Beach, CA. by Daniel Montero

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Fade Away (Lunar Eclipse), by Soaring Anchor Designs

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Wunderbar, by Jesse Treece 

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Geodesic 4, by Terry Fan