Sparse yet almost harrowing angular sounds from this sometime Sunn O))) collaborator.
Dark textures built around lo-fi black metal from Montreal's Eric Quach.
Helge Sten delivering another endlessly harrowing treatment, this time for Mexico's Murcof.
Sami Sänpäkkilä, owner and curator of the Fonal label, with a midnight excursion into the forest.
Labeling itself "acoustic doom" and plundering a record collection stacked with Earth and Badalamenti.
A three-pronged guitar assault on doomy krautrock experimentation.
Pristine processes funelled into the darkest shapes from the inimitable Vainio and the Sahko imprint.
Evocatively rendered creaking turning into a sea of sustain and distant harmonic signals.
Micro-acoustic darkage from Asher Thal-Nir for the Room 40 label.
Destruction and decay painted in looped, faded colours.
Thomas Koner-style droning recorded 'in the fog of autumn'.
Norway's Geir Jenssen with a typically sombre electronic reading.
Arctic field recordings creaking with a sense of menace,
Berlin's Christopher Douglas with advanced soundscapes and 21st century gloom.