Mauro Martinuz, sound engineer, soundtrack composer for cinema and contemporary theater, owner of the Transfert studio and founder of NEDAC collective.
Written,produced,recorded and enginered by Mauro Martinuz at Transfert studio in Berlin.
Additional musician: Luca Sella.
Artwork by: Michele Servadio ( servadio.com )
Suez Ep by Mauro Martinuz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-
NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at ekar-records.tumblr.com/contact.
“Eirian” is a Japanese word which means “Alien” and the title of Gandolfo Ferro’s first release with Sucu Music.
In the best science fiction tradition, the theme of this concept album is alien abductions, something which, we are sure, will interest more than some of you out there. The music is what you might call dark ambient, but there are also sprinklings of ‘old-time’ electronica that widen the sound palette and make this release a very enjoyable trip to the recesses of unknown galaxies and back.
This collaboration between Brazilian (dell.tree) and Swedish Fredrik Nilsson Metek combines elements of two very different cultures into a sonic mishmash. Tropical sci-fi for the adventurous crowd (if you ask me)!
Juan Antonio Nieto | Static
“Static” is a short album of abstract concrete music. The main idea was to use “field recordings” from restaurants and coffee shops, mostly the sounds of plates, spoons, knifes etc., as well as sounds recorded while the artist himself was having breakfast. He also uses sets of found sounds, from objects at home. He mixes the different timbres with minimal electronics, trying to give the result a natural feel. For this album he chose 6 tracks out of 12 – the ones that worked better with the concept. The dark drones were composed especially for each theme and then added to the percussive sounds, conveying an abstract, ambient and dreamlike sense.
01 – jana’s’mitu
02 – ca_tal_col_onia
03 – alhainen paristo a la radio
04 – heridas incompatibles con la vida
05 – caLonia al poblet
06 – propolio
07 – PolitiKant EduCante
08 – anem-nos-en
09 – AnUs UnkLet
10 – Orgue Mafumetus
11 – singing in the brain
12 – elpoblet
13 – Showering The Dog -primer lladruc-
14 – ultraperiferia macarrónica
15 – no en queda gens. adéu
>From Contact Group of Homemade Experimental Electronic Music and Noise (…2011-2012…):
Compilation produced and compiled by Hal McGee.
Contact Compilation Project logo by Dave Fuglewicz.
For its 28th release, Da ! Heard It Records presents Skinfaxe’s first album: Failure System.
An opus of eight tracks of electronic sounds, Failure System offers us a well-led orchestration of synthetic derailments.
Like a good tour guide, Skinfaxe takes us to the hidden corners of her diverse ambiences and sonorities, experimented on in Reason. The result is an album with an increasing intensity in which every sound is whittled from its raw form, ready to receive pageantry and arrangements to bring out a piece with a colorful personality.
Distributed under CreativeCommons license BY-NC-ND, the album is downloadable at the following link: http://www.daheardit-records.net/en/discography/dhr-28
Malignant Cove is adcBicycle’s 3rd album. All tracks are about a rocky ocean cove in Nova Scotia, Canada. The album was constructed to be catchy, dark, background music. The music engages the listener with gritty analog sounds, loosely played instruments and driving beats, yet at the same time sits peacefully in the background with distant vocals, slow building drama and a consistent dark pop mood.