Stress Assassin is the chilled electronic dub project of Henrik Jonsson. On 'Carrier Track' Henrik takes us on a journey down the dirty, dusty roads of dub, through lush, vast ambient landscapes to downbeat grooves from the Scandinavian shores. Or in his own words: "This is the 2nd Stress Assassin album for Spiral Trax. Slow music, observations, memories, sketches… The Stress Assassin project works with the states one would experience, Like when you swim in the ocean under the surface Or when exploring long concrete tunnels, Taking a walk straight into a forest, what ever. That's just what this music is about, a soundtrack, a picture in sound, Or better yet a carrier track".
This brief, easy-to-read pamphlet provides information on a variety of topics related to Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Addiction (PTSD) and addiction, treatment, and recovery. It's a helpful take-home tool for clients and family members to use between sessions.
This captures over an hour's worth of John Zorn's search for the improvised song form. Several lineups from 1983 are documented here. The first eight tracks feature Zorn with Christian Marclay spinning and Peter Blegvad speaking. The text is unremarkable (for example, Honey-Cab's "…tell her everything I know/ In ink as black as carbon/ On paper white as snow"), but Blegvad's sonorous delivery works well with the chaos that the other two musicians spit and spin out, combining into tides of noisy mischief.
Turn on, tune in, and chill right out. You are about to experience what it feels like to be sonically de-stressed by a mellow, yet intriguing collection of smooth, easy-going jazz guitar melodies perfect for dusky evenings or just chilling out. But, don't be fooled into thinking this is just music to fall asleep to. Ambient, but also full-bodied these melodies with individual personality work together to create an overall chilled out mood for seductive after hour wind downs.