aitänna77 is the solo project of Spanish musician Mikel Martinez . At the beginning of last decade he began recording songs in his bedroom. Influenced by folk, lo-fi pop, electronica, ambient and a thousand other things in a declaration of love to master musicians such as Joe Meek, Franco Battiato’s music in the first half of the ’70s or Brian Eno, to name a few
Sucusauce Vol. 01 celebrates the first birthday of Sucumusic netlabel with a selection of tracks taken from some of the releases by all the bands and artists on its roster.
It is a companion to the Podcast of the same title and intention, featuring the same artists with a different selection of tracks.
In the sampler we go from the pared-down, stripped-down electronics of Art Electronix to the guitar antics of Claudio Quartarone, the idm of Tkns and soundscapes of guitar maestros Gaetano Fontanazza, Cousin Silas and Stephen Briggs, not to forget the improvised musical chasms of Purple Mountain Peal.
A sampler to celebrate but also a door to enter for whoever has stayed on the outside so far. An invitation to come in and discover the, let us say it, musical wonderland that Sucumusic is.
Have a good listening and don’t forget to download the accompanying Podcast, too.
draußen wird es ungemütlicher, für drinnen liefert photophob mit der “partial plug ep” den programmmusikalischen gegenpart dazu. im grundtenor verströmen die meist gemächlichen vierviertelwalzen mit ihrem raumschaffenden charakter eine mollige kälte, behalten aber auch diese feinen crispen strukturen, die es im vordergrund so spannend machen. was gegensätzlich erscheint, kombiniert sich so zu einem spannenden feld zwischen kondensierendem atem und groovendem unterbau, das immer wieder laune zum erkunden macht.
Tetarise returns! After a break of several months since his first release on Kahvi, Tetarise returns with another fantastic five track ep entitled ‘HeadDown Jam’, this time in a more complex psy-chilled style.
The epic feel of the tracks is still apparent, with the addition of guitar in a couple of the tracks. Think of this ep as a cross between Solar Fields and Boards of Canada and you’ll get an idea of how good it is.
Definately an addition to your permanent playlist, tracks of choice for this avid Tetarise fan are Lucid Dream and Red Yellow Green. They just get better and better! Enjoy this autumn EP from Tetarise.