Winter Reminiscence About Strange Summer Night

Recording: December 2014
Release: 2014-12-27
Label: Treetrunk Records
Catalog: [Treetrunk 313]
Style: Soundscape, Atmospheric Drone, Dark Ambient, Field Recordings
Time: 32:29


Arturia Microbrute (All Analog Ambient Drone Sounds); Zoom H4n (Field Recordings); Reaper (Mixing, effects; edition); Audacity (Final Mastering).

All sounds, photographer, artworks by Evgenij V. Kharitonov (EugeneKha).


Various Artists - Wall Of Ambient Sound 2014

V/A – Wall Of Ambient Sound 2014 (45 Echoes Sounds MixTape)
Compiled And Mixed by EugeneKha
Label: 45 Echoes Sounds
Catalog: 45E035-20124
Style: Ambient, Collage, Mix,
Total time: 2 Hour 5 min. 58 sec
Part 1 — 41:15; Part 2 — 46:25; Part 3 — 38:18
Format: Lossless (FLAC), MP3 320 kbps, VBR MP3
Release date: December 2014
Tracks: 3
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PART 1 (41:15)
00. Wall Of Ambient Sound
01. EugeneKha – Dew On Her Eyelashes [45E027-2014]
02. Scott Lawlor And EugeneKha – North Equatorial Belt [45E034-2014]
03. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – Ruska with Eyes Cast Down [45E030-2014]
04. EugeneKha – Dust Song [45E027-2014]
05. Scott Lawlor – Particle Horizon [45E028-2014]
06. Ambelion – Rain Of Bells [45E026-2014]
07. West Remi – Forgotten Dreams [45E029-2014]
08. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – Lucid Stars with Stephen Briggs [45E030-2014]
09. EugeneKha – Wood Breath (Part 1) [45E031-2014]
10. Scott Lawlor And EugeneKha – The South Equatorial Belt [45E034-2014]
11. West Remi – Leaf Fall [45E029-2014]
12. EugeneKha – Sun Voice [45E027-2014]
13. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – Barometric Pleasures With Jack Hertz [45E030-2014]
14. Scott Lawlor – Expansion Of Space [45E028-2014]
15. EugeneKha – Snowfall [45E031-2014]
16. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – Raja [45E030-2014]
17. Introduction: Field Of Recordings (by EugeneKha)
18. Trans Atlantic Rage/Balogh – Frolicking Soul [45E033-2014]

PART 2 (46:25)
01. West Remi – Downhill Of Life [45E029-2014]
02. EugeneKha – Silent Sky Of Mars [45E031-2014]
03. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – Aureole [45E030-2014]
04. Kinematik VKE – Black Gravity [45E032-2014]
05. EugeneKha – Close Space [45E031-2014]
06. Scott Lawlor – Luminous Clusters [45E028-2014]
07. Trans Atlantic Rage/Balogh – Graceful Soul [45E033-2014]
08. West Remi – Thoughts Of Eternity [45E029-2014]
09. Scott Lawlor And EugeneKha – Jupiter Light [45E034-2014]
10. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – Halla [45E030-2014]
11. EugeneKha – Atmosphere [45E027-2014]
12. Field Recordings Set (by EugeneKha)

PART 3 (38:18)
00. Field recordings Set (by EugeneKha)
01. Ambelion – Vague Value [45E026-2014]
02. West Remi – Fatality [45E029-2014]
03. Scott Lawlor – Primordial Energy Field [45E028-2014]
04. Scott Lawlor – Double Galaxy [45E028-2014]
05. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – Musta With Cousin Silas [45E030-2014]
06. EugeneKha – Wood Breath (Part 2) [45E031-2014]
07. Scott Lawlor And EugeneKha – Prograde Jet Stream [45E034-2014]
08. Scott Lawlor And EugeneKha – Jupiter Cyclone [45E034-2014]
09. Ari Porki And Christopher Alvarado – With Void Of Realms [45E030-2014]
10. EugeneKha – Dew On Her Eyelashes (Part 3)[45E027-2014]
11. Scott Lawlor And EugeneKha – Jupiter Cyclone [45E034-2014]


Sound Fragments Of A Village Day

EugeneKha - Sound Fragments Of A Village Day
Recorded: 2013-07-22
Release Date: November 2014
Label: Green Field Recordings
Catalog: GFR084
Style: Field Recordings, Soundscapes
Time: 46:53
Format: mp3



1. Morning In A Country House 2013-07-20 (4:08)
2. Wood Day (5:34)
3. Chainsaw (1:36)
4. Picninc Soundscape (29:52)
5. Evening From Picnic In A Country House 2013-07-20 (5:05)
6. Return To The City (2:14)


GREEN QUEST (Bandcamp Re-release)


EugeneKha – GREEN QUEST (2 CD)
Recorded at White Art Studio, October 2010 – September 2011
First Release: 14 January 2012
Label: Earth Mantra | Catalog: Earman187
Style: Ambient, New Age, Space Music
Total Time: 1 hour 47 min. 28 sec.

Review from Earth Mantra

Our friend, Russian electronic maestro Evgenij V. Kharitonov, returns to Earth Mantra with another beautiful release under his EugeneKha pseudonym called "Green Quest".

We have always been struck by the diversity of musical styles that Evgenij takes on, and this album is a textbook case in point. Where his previous Earth Mantra releases covered such territory as dark ambience, space music, and electronic soundscapes, with "Green Quest" he ventures into the worlds of light ambience and new age. Fully embracing traditional concepts like melody, formal structure, and acoustic instrumentation, this is a collection of lovely, peaceful pieces that are simply delightful.

Interestingly, we glimpse moments of Eno-esque mood music amid all the tonality. Is this a collection of new age pieces that blend in touches of ambience, or is this ambient music with new age overtones? We find it difficult to categorize this music, for it exists somewhere in the netherworld between the two, a fascinating blend of styles. In the end, however, it really doesn't matter how one labels the music, for it is a musically satisfying and utterly soothing listen that will appeal to a broad variety of listeners.

One might deduce from the album name that there is an ecological theme happening in this album, and one might be correct. But this is not the sort of music-with-a-message that raps you on the knuckles and instructs you to pay attention. Although the titles certainly give it away, the music itself subtly reinforces the Gaian theme, through Evgenij's masterful use of visuals and field recordings. As we listen, in our mind's eye we envision warm pools of crystal clear water surrounded by lush greenery, towering pine trees penetrated by buttery shafts of sunlight, and whispering fields of tall-grass stretching as far as the eye can see. Truly imaginative work that succeeds on multiple levels.

So it is with great pleasure that we welcome back EugeneKha to Earth Mantra and proudly present "Green Quest" to our audience. A gorgeous collection of refreshing music that we think our listeners will enjoy immensely.

By Darrell Burgan