Ghostly Intl – Horizon Line / Ghostly By Night

Ghostly International is a progressive electronic / shoegaze / dream-pop music label out of Ann Arbor and they are celebrating their first decade with a self-proclaimed “state-of-the-label” double album compilation called Horizon Line / Ghostly By Night. The first disc is re-worked versions of released material, while the second disc offers new tracks from some of Ghostly’s best artists. If you’ve never heard of Ghostly International, their roster includes the likes of Tycho, Matthew Dear, Mux Mool, School of Seven Bells (led by former lead singer of Secret Machines), Solvent, and Lusine. These artists continue to put out some of the freshest music around.

If you are a fan (or not) of any Ghostly International artist, then pick this up or at least check out the free downloads / streams below. The Mux Mool (who we wrote about earlier this year) track adds some good hip-hop beats to the album and the Tycho remix blends in some crunchy percussion to the melodic original.

Mux Mool – Wolf Tone Symphony (Paul White Remix)

Tycho – Adrift (Shigeto’s Adrift A Dream Mix)

Take the jump to hear some highlights like: School of Seven Bells, Deastro’s new “Mowgli The Lynx”, Mux Mool’s “1st and 4th”, and a reeeeally eerie “Plans That Fade” by Pale Sketcher.

School of Seven Bells – “Half Asleep”

Deastro – “Mowgli The Lynx”

Mux Mool – “1st and 4th”

Pale Sketcher – “Plans That Fade (Faded Dub)” [excerpt]


~ by johnnyjay on June 6, 2010.

One Response to “Ghostly Intl – Horizon Line / Ghostly By Night”

  1. […] New School of Seven Bells Album Ghostly International‘s School of Seven Bells will release their second album, Disconnect From Desire, tomorrow. […]

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