Bohren & Der Club of Gore – “Ganz Leise Kommt Die Nacht”

German gloom jazz quartet Bohren & Der Club of Gore have a new album out of some more of the moodiest “fahrstuhlmusik” (elevator music) you’re likely to ever hear. It’s called Piano Nights, and above you can check out the fittingly surreal and noir-style music video for cut “Ganz leise kommt die Nacht,” starring sax and keys player Christoph Clöser. Good night.

Ricky Eat Acid – Three Love Songs

A collection of alluring tones from the new Ricky Eat Acid record, Three Love Songs. While the LP might seem like a bit of false advertising due to it’s track list offering many more than three songs, the idea of these textured, quaint, instrumental pieces being about love doesn’t seem far-fetched. They’re certainly lovely to my ears, anyway. Stream the album via the embed above, and enjoy!

Sevendeaths – “All Night Graves”

A gorgeous drone from Scottish music producer Steven Shade a.k.a. Sevendeaths, which comes from his latest LP, Concreté Misery. In a perfect world, this track is how the collaboration between Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin collaboration that dropped in 2012 would have sounded. Sporadic synth sequences lay against monolithic drones of distortion that cycle through a somber chord progression. While the music seems simple in theory, it’s powerful in practice. Enjoy!

Nils Frahm – “Says”

Ambient composer Nils Frahm sneakily dropped one of 2013′s prettiest albums, Spacesnear the end of the year. A puzzling mixture of live recordings and reenvisionings of past tracks, it was moving and interesting nonetheless. And now one of its best cuts, the striking “Says”, gets the video treatment. The YouTube page for it says it is an improvised experiment with “inks on glass and a video feedback device,” which results in the beautiful, abstract black and white visuals.

Watch it above and go lend an ear to Spaces, out now on Erased Tapes.

Stream the New Burial EP

Famed electronic music producer, and underground dubstep titan Burial has just dropped a new EP titled Rival Dealer, which is streamable on the Hyperdub Records YouTube channel. Hear the title track above, and you can hear the two remaining songs here and here. Pick up a copy of this new EP over here. Enjoy!

Sunn O))) & Ulver – “Eternal Return” (excerpt)

An excerpt from a soon-to-be-released track that features the artistic of both Sunn O))) and Ulver. Yes, Sunn O))) and Ulver! If you’re into the heavier and darker side of music, these are two names you’re undoubtedly familiar with, and to see them together in front of one song title is pretty exciting.

The excerpt streaming above is pretty moving, and there’s more where that came from–obviously. Of course the entirety of “Eternal Return” hasn’t been revealed, and there are two more songs which land on this forthcoming LP, Terrestrials, as well.

The LP’s release date is looking like February 4th at this point. Enjoy what you hear in this stream until then!

Ô Paon – Quatorze-Quinze Ans

Drone, ambient music, folk, and more come together on this new shyly voiced Ô Paon EP, which was recorded in the magical land of Anacortes, Washington. There must be a lot of rough, noisy textures around those parts, because that’s what this EP is full of. Gentle drones with subtly thunderous characteristics! Somehow, Geneviève Elverum’s vocals find their place amongst this slow-moving chaos, and they sound pretty moving! Give a listen, enjoy!

Tim Hecker – Virgins

Canadian music producer Tim Hecker returns with a stunning collection of tracks that make for some of the most beautiful music I’ve heard this year.

Blue Sky Black Death – “II” ft. Child Actor

Seattle electronic music duo Blue Sky Black Death have taken things in a new direction with their new album Glaciers. Oh, their music is as lush and as chill as ever, but this new effort sees the twosome crafting sprawling ambient and instrumental hip hop odysseys that range from 8 to 14 minutes in length. Above, give a listen to the LP’s second track, featuring a captivating vocal performance from Child Actor.

Glaciers is out now via Fake Four, and can be streamed in its entirety here. Enjoy!

Oneohtrix Point Never – R Plus Seven

Daniel Lopatin’s latest full-length sees him stepping away from the extreme sampling that made 2011′s Replica so thrilling. Instead, he rests on his passion for tightly sequenced synths, and there are some somewhat engaging results.