Another sad acoustic reggae trip…
“Home-crafted” between 2017 and 2019.
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Thanks to all helpers for any kind of support !
released July 14, 2019
Joseph Sardin’s samples
William Blake’s poems
Jiddu Krishnamurti’s recordings on “Apocalypse skank”
Samples of Depardieu and Serrault in Blier’s movie “Buffet froid” + l’Abbé Pierre on “Tout ira très bien”
Tatjana’s 2nd guitar on “The little vagabond”
Some Acid Pro’s samples (Brian Daly, Dave Abbruzzese, Paul Black, William Tucker)
Choir on “A creative riddim”
The movement of historical time is catalyzed by the cycles of production that constitute our social totality. When these cycles and this linear march entwine and lose any semblance of mutual control, their inexorable trajectory is towards rupture. Emergent cycles of higher complexity and abstracted alienness to those of us subjected to them exacerbate the very dynamic from which they were borne, but offer the only way out: fracture.
Aũkštai II (“Floors II”) is the second release from the series by Nortas. This record continues to explore the space between thoughts. However, instead of creating sense of isolation in relation with the first record, constant flow of thoughts in “Aukštai II” induces the development of self-awareness shield.
This album has a sense of ashes, coming from the burning memories, which are transformed into shape of soundwaves. The cold vibrations resemble the observation of lonely spaces created around people, a discoloured view of wallmarks around the mist-filled mind corridors. Synthesized echoes reflect the fragile state of collecting the sharp-edged pieces of what once was a functioning soul. The void of waves locks into tunnel of nostalgia, foreshadowing the time once spent but cannot be returned.
5 years of Annulled Music.
Thank you for five years of relationship with music, for long conversations with people from all parts of the earth. It really is a unique experience. Just for that, all the work is worth it. Thanks all the fans.
As thanks to these years, we will put in free download in our bandcamp page, a selection of 17 tracks, which are part of the history of the label.
In the same way, I can only express my gratitude to each and every one of the artists who have participated in this project, no doubt they are the artifices of the existence of Annulled Music.
Этот сборник песен готовился на протяжении последних двух лет. Как всегда Pk jazz Collective обращается к классике музыкального и поэтического наследия 20-го века. В этом альбоме вы услышите новое прочтение творчества мистиков The Doors и не так давно преставившегося легендарного русского поэта Евгения Евтушенко. Пластинка получила название “Аналог”, потому что ее запись сопровождалась использованием кассетной деки, вполне определившей качество звучания в стилистике домашних проектов 80-90-х годов прошлого столетия.
This is [SCL203]
released September 15, 2019
Cover photo by Lucas Pezeta
All music and lyrics by Pk jazz Collective
«The Spy» — lyrics by The Doors
«Someone’s Calling» — lyrics by Modern English
«Со мною вот что происходит» — lyrics by Evgeny Evtushenko
«Я никто» — lyrics by Alexey Rybin
«Ask Me Why» — lyrics by Lennon-McCartney
Back in 2008 we released netBloc Vol. 14, as always that compilation was packed with incredible Creative Commons licensed music. Closing it out was Time (Reprise) (Closing Credits), a terrific track by UK artist Virtu-oso. That was the first time we were introduced to the sonic workmanship of that artist. However, it was not the last.
V-Man also remixed songs for a couple blocSonic artists over the years. First, he remixed Badluck’s Case Closed from the maxBloc single of the same name and then he remixed Friends or Whatever’s The Burns We Earn also found on the maxBloc single of the same name.
All of that happened in 2011 and earlier… so what’s he done since you ask? Well, he went on to continue doing solo and collaborative projects as well as remixing for independent UK artists. He also notably produced Homeboy Sandman’s Earth, Wind, Fire, Water from the 2016 Stones Throw Records album Kindness For Weakness and had one of his songs featured on Series 6 of the BBC’s sitcom, Ideal.
Today we’re thrilled to say that he formally arrives at blocSonic with his own project. A personal one that’s sort of a thank you / tribute to friends and music artists that have held him down and inspired him over the years. After all these years, it’s great to be able to release this and welcome him to the blocSonic team!
Yo M.V.A… it’s crazy dope to FINALLY have you on board here at the bloc! Welcome to the fam! Keep the music coming.
Of course, thanks once again to you for downloading & listening. We always strive to deliver the music you’ll love. Please spread the word about blocSonic, if you enjoy what we do. Remember… everything we release is cool to share! Always keep the music moving… share it… blog it… podcast it! If you’re in radio… support independent music and broadcast it!
Digital Diamonds proudly presents Unknown Concept’s (AU) debut release. Enigma EP is strikingly exciting in its chunky production, which creates anticipation through seamless composition and layering. From start to finish it doesn’t let up, consistently delivering a big room techno sound that meets a progressive, voyage experience. Your senses will be summoned by laser beam synthesis, dark and stormy effects, forceful bass lines and witty, call and response melodies. We foresee big things to come from this Aussie underdog and his stylish sound. Upon listening a deeper trance will ensue.
From the sub post electronics MirrorFacingMirror starts with an eclectic and disconcerting
sound (not being able to establish whether it is organic or synthetic) just live … it ends up
with any idea that electronic music does not stop surprising us from this duo of American
artists who work in the specific field since the 90s, become a myth.It is more extreme and powerful in the case of RestlessDecay where the rise of American
experimental electronics and its millions of patches and prototypes created by these
pioneer artists of America.
У: Гоплит, Коттаб, Пифос. Что это за названия такие?
А.Б.: Это тоже античные термины.
У: Античные, говоришь? Как и «агальма»?
А.Б.: Именно. Такую я выбрал концепцию.
У: Значит, говоришь, в альбоме есть какая то концепция?
А.Б.: Есть, но не четкая. Я её привязал к названиям песен и к самой музыке.
У: Но все таки она есть! Я внимательно слушаю!
А.Б.: Ну в общем как то так. Гоплит – античный пехотинец. Трек звучит грозно. Он о человеке на войне. Коттаб – античная алкогольная игра. Человек возвращается с войны и окунается в мир развлечений и алкоголя. Пифос – античная посуда. Диоген жил в пифосе. Развлечения не приносят человеку радости, и он, подобно Диогену, начинает жить в пифосе и стает кем то вроде мудреца. Что то типа того.
— Из материалов допроса Артема Бембы, проведенного 31.10.2018 уполномоченным Управления Синглов И Альбомов При Министерстве Звука и Музыки по поводу выхода его нового альбома AGALMA.
Created for a love of all that is Dark Ambient, British Electronic producer Tony Young (Autoclav1.1) and German Industrial/Noise powerhouse Andreas Davids (xotox); first bore fruits of their labour, with their self-titled, monolithic debut in 2018.
2019, continues the story with “Second”. A new chapter of colossal, brooding ambient; where light is slowly crushed by shade, within a multi-faceted arena of sound.
From the nightmarish journey through dying forests and the ruined vestiges of humanity depicted in their debut; the path now leads across desolate moorland and hilltops to the coast. The sea levels are now rising; and we have to face the inevitable, that all will be consumed.
Once more, Natura Est have produced an album that stands tall within the genre; holding an aural mirror to the world, provoking one question. Nature is all, all is nature; but who really is the beast?
released September 9, 2019
also available as limited edition digipak CD
Written & produced by Natura Est: Tony Young and Andreas Davids
Mastered by Anatoly Tokee Grinberg
Artwork by Salt
Yo… get ready… heads are about to be put on to something ILL! Today we drop one more fortyFive by A.Moss before the release of his incredible new EP, Gravel King on July 19th. Side A is a brand new mix of NOBADMON, a MUST HEAR track originally released a few years ago on soundcloud… pure fire. I was a fan of A DOT before he dropped this, but IMO, this one set him apart as a truly versatile EMCEE. Side B is a brand new joint recorded especially for inclusion on one of his fortFives and here we go! For this one, the blocSonic crew pulled out all the stops and made something special happen. Featuring Donnie Ozone, CM aka Creative, Marcus J(sadly, his final recorded verse), C-Doc, cheese, Pot-C and BadluckPosse On Bloc is some of that ol’ BOOM BAP shit. As the name suggests it’s a classic posse cut in the spirit of Marley Marl’sThe Symphony. Five minutes and fifty-one seconds of back to back lyrical skill from a few of blocSonic’s talented squad of MCs. Enjoy.
Mega thanks goes out to A.Moss, C-Doc and the rest of the blocSonic crew! Rest in Power, Marcus J… so glad that you could be part of Posse On Bloc and deliver one of your dopest verses!
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