Ultimae Winter Sale: nice electronic music with 20% discount

Ultimae Winter Sale

Reading my reviews you may have noticed that I often cite tracks by Aes Dana, Solar Fields and other composers. They all publish their albums under the Ultimae label, which is hosting a sale on all their published contents – be it CDs or digital content. The Ultimae Winter Sale 2017 is taking place now and will end on Feburary 14th.

As a fan of many Ultimae artists (Carbon Based Lifeforms, Solar Fields, Aes Dana, Miktek…), I cannot recommend them enough, both because of the quality of their works and because of the quality of the recordings. While I would not label Ultimae records as audiophile music, they certainly are noteworthy and they are even available as 24-bit FLAC files.

Among the names you will find in this sale are: Aes Dana, Solar Fields, Miktek, James Murray, Asura, Cygna, Circular, Connect.Ohm and H.U.V.A. Network. I recommend listening to Solar Field’s Until we meet the sky, Aes Dana’s Pollen, Miktek’s Elsewhere and Martin Nonstatic’s Granite.

Other labels and artists distributed by Ultimae (but not produced by them) are also on sale. You can check out the whole catalog on Ultimae’s Bandcamp page or on their own site. You can use the code omg20 to take advantage of the discount.

About Riccardo Robecchi

Living in Glasgow, Scotland but born and raised near Milan, Italy, I got the passion for music listening as a legacy from my father and my grandfather. I have reported on technology for major Italian publications since 2011.
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2 Comments

  1. I know this post is over 5 years old. I just saw it while browsing your excellent site. Thank you for telling me to about Ultimae! I bought their latest compilation yesterday, and I love it. Very similar to the Synphaera label that I’m a fan of. You might like their music if you haven’t found them already. Now I think I need to stop buying IEMs and start buying music!

    1. Sorry for my very late reply, Kenneth – September has been quite an eventful month for me! I do know Synphaera and I am a big fan of Ascendant. I understand what you mean, as there’s a similar sensation of calmness, abstraction and emotionality to the music of both labels. I think they’re definitely among the best labels for electronic music with an ambient twist out there.
      Out of the most recent releases by Ultimae, I absolutely recommend Aes Dana’s “Inks” as well as Master Margherita’s “Border 50” – incredible sound textures and details in both albums, with very different emotional tones though. I’d be curious to hear what you think of them!

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