Pk jazz Collective – The Farewell

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Pk jazz Collective

“The Farewell”

«The Farewell» LP by Pk jazz Collective is the compilation of songs about love and its faces. Different types of feeling that makes our world alive arrayed in musical form. From old blues standards through the classical song of The Doors to modern pop songs of famous young singer Austin Mahone, covered by jazz-rock musicians from the distant Astrakhan.

Credits:
All lyrics by Pk jazz Collective expt.
Kindhearted Woman, Love In Vain by Robert Johnson
Maggie M’Gill by Robby Krieger
What About Love by Austin Mahone
Artwork by Vyacheslav Korotin
Booklet by Maksim Parasjukov

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[02/02/2015]
Buy CD via DIY label Run On Recordings
https://runonrecordings.bandcamp.com


JoyDee&Tosh – No Artist

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JoyDee&Tosh

“No Artist”

JoyDee&Tosh – No Artist (2015)

JoyDee is a music producer since 2011, Tosh is self-learning guitarist. Common project was found in 2013. JoyDee says: “We combine an electronic music with sounds of a guitar. The only one inspiration is unconsiousness”. One thing is sure. She is very tallented sound-magician and Tosh complements her visions perfectly with his psychedelic guitar. Very “cinematic” tracks. “Last Glance” is the most spectacular. It can’t get out of your head. Could be used as a movie or TV-series theme. Fryvolic Netlabel’s recommendation!

Tracklist:

01. JoyDee – Intro – 1:32
02. JoyDee&Tosh – Last Glance – 3:17
03. JoyDee&Tosh – Stones – 5:02
04. JoyDee – Animus – 4:37
05. JoyDee&Tosh – Unfold Perspective – 1:52
06. JoyDee – Weary – 3:34
07. JoyDee&Tosh – Soothing Indifference – 4:16
08. JoyDee&Tosh – Elapsed Time – 3:21
09. JoyDee&Tosh – Time Tonight – 3:28
10. JoyDee – Time Tonight (Remix) – 3:49

Total time – 34:48

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Pk Jazz Collective – Southern City‘s Lab podcast №006: Pk Jazz Collective — Mix

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Pk Jazz Collective

“Southern City‘s Lab podcast №006: Pk Jazz Collective — Mix”

Southern City‘s Lab podcast №006: Pk Jazz Collective — Mix

К выходу нового альбома, Pk jazz Collective подготовил шестой выпуск «Southern City‘s Lab podcast», в котором вы услышите целеустремленных покорителей космоса, призраков джаза и психоделических демонов.

Альбом “The Farewell” выйдет в конце января – начале февраля на Run On Recordings в CD формате и в цифровой версии на Southern City‘s Lab.

Tracklist:
Bedroom – Lunar Program
Bedroom – Landing
Bedroom – Going Home
Longman – Domestic Violence
Eject – Instead Of Us There Was Rustle Heard (5)
Ascorbic Acid – Окно
Михаил Чекалин – Джаз-рок вокализ
Vespero – Триптих уходящему солнцу


GERGAZ – Beat Garden Compilation 4

Beat Garden Compilation 4

GERGAZ

“Beat Garden Compilation 4″

Here we are again, celebrating GERGAZ’s 6th year with annual compilation from the BEAT GARDEN series. We kept things the way you like them and put together 17-track collection offering an array of efforts from across the beat and bass scene. As usually we have selected tracks we feel deserve your attention, tracks by artists we like, our residents and by those that we have discovered along the way.

Massive thank you to everyone involved, our long time supporters and of course to you, GERGAZ fans!


VA – From Ritual to Romance

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VA

“From Ritual to Romance”

Et Quid Amabo Nisi Quod Aenigma Est?

Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, a blog founded on January 15 2009, and whose sixth anniversary is commemorated with this release, was envisioned as a space for the nurturing of a “savage thought” (that is, of an undisciplined nature). In its essence, and as an individual project, it aims mostly to be a vehicle for its author’s vast-reaching interests, while at the same time harnessing them into some form of discipline. More than just a reflection on the fascination caused by the themes implicit to its lexical field of action, as shown by the coordinates and key concepts that define the boundaries of its territory, i.e. “Occultism” / “Esotericism”, this virtual space mainly maps some of the topologies enclosed in the History of Ideas. A vast and sometimes ignored area of Knowledge, whose apparently paradoxical character drives a magnetic pull towards the need to identify its true nature, as ubiquitously manifested along various historical cycles, in an unending drama staged in the theatre of the Anima Mundi. This is, in fact, the true raison d’être of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele.
As a direct result of its existence, November 2010 saw the publication of the book “Summa Techno(i)logicae”. This work, as implied by its title, is a thoroughly compiled and systematised patchwork reflecting the interests that guide its author’s research. From then on, periodic collaborations with other projects ensued, such as the magazines Finis Mundi, Infernus and Antibothis.
Still under the aegis of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, and always through the establishment of complicities and connections, a number of events were created and carried out in the past six years. This set of actions (with Music as a constant common denominator) has had as its main goal the evocation of the life and work of various figures that have left behind crucial legacies. The people celebrated include the musician John Balance (Coil); the historian of religions Mircea Eliade; the poet and theatre director Antonin Artaud; the philosopher Georges Bataille; and the Japanese writer Yukio Mishima. It is also worth mentioning the series of events spanning along the year 2013, Occult Esoterica AV Gatherings, curated in collaboration with intermedia artist Ana Carvalho.
The proposal made to EdP – Editora do Porto (in the person of its administrator, João Ricardo) for the release of this compilation emerges as a consequence of shared common cosmologies which have gradually been transmuted into friendship, and also of João Ricardo’s encyclopaedic musical knowledge, while the invitations made to the artists taking part in it are the logical result of a chaining together of elective affinities (a process permanently taking place since the first Homeric dawn).

Júlio Mendes Rodrigo
Porto, December 23, anno 2014, era vulgaris

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VA – The Golden Bough

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VA

“The Golden Bough”

Et Quid Amabo Nisi Quod Aenigma Est?

Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, a blog founded on January 15 2009, and whose sixth anniversary is commemorated with this release, was envisioned as a space for the nurturing of a “savage thought” (that is, of an undisciplined nature). In its essence, and as an individual project, it aims mostly to be a vehicle for its author’s vast-reaching interests, while at the same time harnessing them into some form of discipline. More than just a reflection on the fascination caused by the themes implicit to its lexical field of action, as shown by the coordinates and key concepts that define the boundaries of its territory, i.e. “Occultism” / “Esotericism”, this virtual space mainly maps some of the topologies enclosed in the History of Ideas. A vast and sometimes ignored area of Knowledge, whose apparently paradoxical character drives a magnetic pull towards the need to identify its true nature, as ubiquitously manifested along various historical cycles, in an unending drama staged in the theatre of the Anima Mundi. This is, in fact, the true raison d’être of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele.
As a direct result of its existence, November 2010 saw the publication of the book “Summa Techno(i)logicae”. This work, as implied by its title, is a thoroughly compiled and systematised patchwork reflecting the interests that guide its author’s research. From then on, periodic collaborations with other projects ensued, such as the magazines Finis Mundi, Infernus and Antibothis.
Still under the aegis of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, and always through the establishment of complicities and connections, a number of events were created and carried out in the past six years. This set of actions (with Music as a constant common denominator) has had as its main goal the evocation of the life and work of various figures that have left behind crucial legacies. The people celebrated include the musician John Balance (Coil); the historian of religions Mircea Eliade; the poet and theatre director Antonin Artaud; the philosopher Georges Bataille; and the Japanese writer Yukio Mishima. It is also worth mentioning the series of events spanning along the year 2013, Occult Esoterica AV Gatherings, curated in collaboration with intermedia artist Ana Carvalho.
The proposal made to EdP – Editora do Porto (in the person of its administrator, João Ricardo) for the release of this compilation emerges as a consequence of shared common cosmologies which have gradually been transmuted into friendship, and also of João Ricardo’s encyclopaedic musical knowledge, while the invitations made to the artists taking part in it are the logical result of a chaining together of elective affinities (a process permanently taking place since the first Homeric dawn).

Júlio Mendes Rodrigo
Porto, December 23, anno 2014, era vulgaris

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Darius Ciuta & Chris Silver T – c​/​d

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Darius Ciuta & Chris Silver T

“c​/​d”

Darius Ciuta & Chris Silver T – c/d

Jan Strach – Fale

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Jan Strach

“Fale”

Polish musician Jan Strach returns with a collection of catchy songs combining his love for his Casio keyboard, irregular rhythms and song structures and his distaste for cliches and predictability. Pop, rock, punk and some latin flavors clash and combine with dreamy atmospheres, experimental touches and stream-of consciousness lyrics. As always, earnest, catchy and full of ideas.

various artists – CC Affiliates Mixtape #1

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various artists

“CC Affiliates Mixtape #1″

The global community of Creative Commons Affiliates is starting a new tradition: collectively compiling an annual mixtape of great music from artists using CC licenses. This idea follows the 10-year anniversary mixtape that the European Affiliates put together back in 2012, only this 2015-edition covers the entire globe. We hope that this will be the beginning of an annual tradition: a musical tribute to – and celebration of – the talent of the artists and Creative Commons sharing tools.

The mixtape has been made by the Creative Commons Affiliates – the custodians of the CC licenses in each of these countries – as a fun volunteer side-project to showcase the musical wealth of their countries. This means, and we’d like to highlight this, that these are not artists officially endorsed by Creative Commons, but rather personal favorites of some of those community members advocating sharing culture and promoting the use of CC licenses.

Across the world millions of creators are using Creative Commons licenses to promote and spread their creativity and to find a global audience. Many of these are music artists, performers and songwriters and for this year’s tape a whopping 25 countries have contributed, covering 4 continents of amazing music cultures and artistic talents of all audio trades. Dive in to discover what the world has to offer while at the same time appreciating sharing culture. Enjoy!


VA – The Light Side Of The Blue

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VA

“The Light Side Of The Blue”

“The Light Side Of The Blue” is a sequel to “Wordless” compiliation, which is the result of the creative colaboration between Southern City‘s Lab Label and producer Hank Hobson in search of talented electronic stage musicians. However, contrasting the previous work executed in gloomily vast tones of ambient and glitch, the compilation offers a wide range of styles from jungle and jazzstep to Berlin school. The sequence of tracks is developed in a way that turns it into a novel, written with sounds and tunes. Into a fantastic story where the main character, finding it no more possible to bear his daily routine and seeking seclusion, runs away towards the sea…to another planet.

It all starts with the surrealistic absurd of Mutafory Lili telling with their both comic and psychodelic track about the daily life of our protagonist, where if you listen closely you can realise that he is about to break down. Then the action is transferred to the cosmoport, where Pk jazz Collective, toying with the new wave, is singing a song of mourn and sorrow, maybe even of the lost love. Lost radiance are painting admirable soundscapes, showing all the beauty of the deep space. Finally the duo of Sexyalien & Hank Hobson ($IMDC) is depicting some difficulties during the flight of the spaceship.

After that we are setting off for an automobile ride consisting of three chapters: crazy races across the megapolis by Hobotek, a ride along the highway in tune with jazz by Sobrio and the last few kilometers along the rough coast by Eva Shlegel.

And here comes the seclusion, where being alone with the self, nature and darkish atmosphere, perfectly rendered by SandSpace & lost-radio, D-lity & Amaranth will tell a story about the long-desired evening at the seaside.


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