A sinister vision of the future, described in apocalyptic poetry with menacing instrumentals as the background. A show of non-compromising authenticity, a mysterious musician with a unique vision, with a will to experiment and shock the listener on every curve.
Alexander Chereshnev shares this EP that consists of 4 melancholic tracks full of ambience. 3 tracks contain vocal parts by artists from great CCmixter community: MiElle, Adisa McKenzie and SackJo22 – each one is in different language. Calm atmospheric music with romantic lyrics and nostalgic feelings.
Another release from our artist Scerbas on Gargan Records.
With the EP Footstool was create another fine piece of electronic music into the world.
The release has the perfect balance between eccentric tech-house beats and deeply house elements.
All files are in a quality of 320 kbit/s for the (free) Download.
MP3s, Cover and “all inclusive” ZIP-package are available here or on:
Deep, deep and once again deep is the most accurate way to describe an album which is loaded with a perfect balance of emotional, driving and pad-refined Techno. Catching you in the first seconds and releasing you after serveral replays in the last second, with a huge delight in your face. We are proud to release the first album by Point exclusively on Digital Diamonds.
02-Zreen Toyz & Saccomani-Uncertain Symmetry Of Structural Oscillation[Sillage Intemporel]
03-Primitive Thinkers-There Can Be Peace[LoopJazz]
06-The Get-The Darkness[IDMf Netlabel]
07-Great Skies-Breath In The Air[Silenced]
09-Dreza-Slug On The Roof[Kreislauf]
10-Jwilson-It Flickers Between The Endless[IDMf Netlabel]
11-Reed Refucher-Inside me[Section27]
Effluvia is proud to present another collaborative work with Laetitia Schteinberg of Ars Sonor. Her last release on my little netlabel of sheer, unquestioned brilliance was an epic joint effort between more than a dozen artists, and though only one of those fellow sound manipulators joins with Sonor here, it is no less epic, challenging, and empowering. Another wonderful industrial statement on art at large, Meklabor (dmitry Vlasov) is the one who joins. Originally appearing on Effluvia as Sunburzt, here he brings his colorful sonic abrasive rhythms that glitch, crackle, expand, and shatter the inner menagerie, and never before has the shattering glass of lovecrafted critters of glass so punch-packing. Four tracks where these rhythms echo through haunted dance floors and cemetery raves. A filter of psychonautic junkyard bliss that will surely get your blood pumping with synapse pleasing vibrations, though don’t get the vibe that these tracks aren’t still a challenge to the untrained ear. A Rorschach test of psychedelic catacombs that may tickle something less pleasant than the funny bone. All of this mixed perfectly with Ars Sonor. Broad, dense ambient tundras as far as the ears can hear, a distant blizzard screaming whispers of despair inside your dreaming head, yet with such ecstasy at the same time. This album, as masterfully conjured as anything I’ve heard of either of these musical savants, will sure digest well for your ears. Falling through corridors, fingers bleeding into the reeds, the volcanoes wait for the footsteps to ascend, loudly, with a rhythm your arachnid ears cannot ever hope to hear. Thank you very much for your lovely sounds Meklabor, and to Laetitia Schteinberg, I hope, we hope, that you are doing well!
Luís Antero: field recordings
Locais: Lisboa e Coimbra
Equipamento: Zoom H4 e Zoom H2N
Ano: 2012 (Elétrico Sonoro) e 2010 (Lx_CBR)
Notas: a faixa “Elétrico Sonoro” é o resultado de uma viagem de eléctrico desde a Graça até à Estrela, em Lisboa, na companhia de João Ricardo (ocp, Ponto, etc.).
A ambiência sonora deste secular meio de transporte lisboeta, desde a partida até à chegada, é o que se pode escutar nesta faixa, sem qualquer tipo de processamento ou manipulação; a faixa “LX-CBR” é uma composição sonora resultante de recolhas efetuadas nas cidades de Lisboa e Coimbra e originalmente concebida para a radiofutura, emissão especial da rádio Zero no festival Future Places, em 2010. Também neste faixa não houve qualquer tipo de processamento ou manipulação sonora.
Subterrestrial presents “Echotron” a unique mix of deep ambient soundscapes and retro lounge/exotica tracks featuring analog synths and drum machines. The tracks are arranged like an LP with the ambient material on “Side A” while “Side B” features the more beat-oriented tracks. Depending on your musical interests you’re bound to enjoy at least one side of this “virtual LP,” maybe both?
Though I had images of a portual town as Graham Greene visited on his travels, I doubted very much if ‘Port Saïd’ would have been the right title.
I also thought of ‘Cargo.’ I am surprised by the calmness of the piece, and a feeling of warm summer days. At some points it feels like walking through narrow winding streets.
Some of the tapes I used in this radio performance contained snippets of conversations, meetings, evenings with friends, all bringing back memories that lay dormant on one of the shelves of my subconsciousness. It was a pleasure to go there again.
‘Return’ was first played 18. january 2012 on the radio show ‘A Maïzing Session With…’ hosted by Anton Mobin in his apartment in Paris.
I used various cassette players and dictaphones, an effect pedal and a small box full of tapes.
Its rustling. Dripping. Playing. It makes zzz.
Moving in lines. Sounds are traveling. Hopefully melancholy.
It seems to be always the same persons, which are fighting in mind. Keeping Silence. A prospecting of Sound?
Views are floating, its still a Trial. Elusive.
A Saxophon tells us. And Trains. And a Piano… which could never decide!
If there is a possibility of listening waves beating? Or do they rythm the beat?
Misadventure of a Meaty Machine is Cherly Kacherly’s third release following “Drop a 4 Note Soundtrack” and the self titled debut EP.
like its predecessors it was also recorded at home, using a reluctant microphone and a text to speech software that was put in charge of the vocal parts.