As well as last December we complete June 2012 with another Saito Koji-release.
“Sleepy” is a single, one hour long track. His last releases “Guide” and “Again” based on the limited time-frame of three minutes and presented drone and ambient soundscapes in a really focused and condensed version. Listening to a one hour piece is the complete counterpart.
The sounds within this track have the chance to evolve with every listen. Based on a simple looping guitar structure, you find more and more swirling tones and fragments, you didn’t recognize before.
The story of High Voltage Overdrive, a Hard Rock band from Kurtatsch, started in 2008 when Ivan Tiecher (guitar), Arno Giovanett (vocals/bass) and Vigil Peer (drums) founded The 3 Murphys.
Inspired by bands as AC/DC or Motörhead, in 2009 the young musicians decided to release their very first EP named “Time For Rock’n’Roll” and became the winners of the „Bank4fun-Band-Competition“. Shortly after that, the band hired a fourth member: It was Thomas „Hamster“ Unterhauser’s job to add some richness to the songs with his second guitar. With such remarkably increased rocking powers, in 2010 The 3 Murphy’s made it to the finals of South Tyrol’s biggest band competition: The “Rocknet Live Award”.
In June 2011 Unterhauser left the band and was replaced by Stefano Lucchi. For this reason the young musicians finally decided to rename their band to High Voltage Overdrive and to start 2012 with some fresh energy.
In spring of that same year, the producer Lukas Flarer (Voices of Decay, Ex-Graveworm) banned this highly compelling Rock’n’Roll vibe on the band’s new longplayer “With Whiskey On The Road”. The album is being released on Airbagpromo Records by the end of June of 2012 as completely free and legal download. Just check www.airbagpromo.com/records and grab your copy.
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Mihail Soldatenkov is a producer based in Riga, Latvia. Working under the moniker Tobetozero, or 2b20, he has been making electronic music since 2005, having released extensively on the Nenormalizm.tk netlabel and collaborated with fellow Latvian Gastronom.
Ornament is an EP of angular electronica and his first effort for Planet Terror Records. Incorporating elements of a number of styles, from fierce glitches to funky synthesisers and acid arpeggios, it is a varied and intriguing journey from start to finish.
“These tracks started out as improvisations, and were then edited and re-edited into semi-coherent pieces. The overall tone is melancholic, but there are some comic moments, as well as some pleasant tunes.” – Kid Feardive
01 – Ayla Taken
02 – Test for Brandy Passing
03 – Meanwhile One the Number
04 – 15th Floor Mentaculus (also taken)
05 – Sweaters and Drive
06 – Disty Weather
07 – Ta Ta Tone
08 – Miniature Four
09 – Miniature Two (ibex heart barium)
10 – Radio Data
11 – Violet on Violet
This full length album is like its predecessor a chaotic 80 minutes time bending journey. The pieces define a new genre that could be called tick hop: time warping astral space sounds, quirky thrill’n’bass rhythms that were put through a time machine and crisscrossing sounds of ticking clocks and ringing bells.
Jan Strach returns as “Akcja Zorganizowanej Przeciętności” with a new album of twisted songs collected during 5 years that have passed since the last album. Still present, while staying at a bit higher overall level, are prevailing casio melodies, skewed beats, mixed genres, jumps from one style to another, unpredictable, catchy melodies and semi-conscious lyrics. A.Z.P. invites you to zany fun to kaleidoscopical, often danceable rhythms!
“The Fear of Farewell” is Apsis Lappet’s third release and second full length album. These nine songs are nothing less than face melting, tripped out, synth infused, pop music. Apsis Lappet has always been experimental in nature. Fans will be happy to know that “The Fear of Farewell” pushes new boundaries, contains many catchy hooks, and experiments in pop song structure. This album shares some sonic similarities with Apsis Lappet’s debut, “Suite Happy Sweet”. The track “Quickly Slow Me Down” has an infectious chorus, and an excellent keyboard solo outro. “Orgy” is a mellow, distorted fusion of heavy guitars, piano, and far-off vocoded vocals. The title track is builds with a simple chant into an instrumental crescendo. “Rejected” is a remixed version of an unreleased track. The Jenova 7 remix gives the track a heavy does of downtempo breakbeats. The album winds both up and down with “Anaerobic”, a short musical track with a long outro of static, radio hiss, and experimental electronics. “Hidden Track” closes the album with a melancholy piano ballad. “The Fear of Farewell” is Apsis Lappet’s most cohesive and mature batch of songs yet.