Jorge Marredo – Uéyiga

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Jorge Marredo

“Uéyiga”

“Uéyiga”, in the local language of Extremadura (bast territory at the Spanish western border with Portugal) means trace, footprint or marks on the ground, left there from past activities. This is what is all about on the fourth album by Jorge Marredo – this time signing in as himself – and leaving apart the “Satisfaccion Lab” nickname, with he has been releasing for the past years.The four left traces found on this album are a rabbit hole in which Marredo enters, starting up with a clear image, a simple idea, a barely audible soundscape that early is being transformed until no recognition through signal processing with various synthesisers. By the half of the first track we are already in a multilayered scenario of analogue signals processed in various ways. So, the soundscape that started up the album as a clear statement, just fans out, and dissolves into a bast array of textures, rhythms and environments.

Traces are left of various abstract soundscapes present through the album, scenarios in which Marredo, through analogue signal processing devotes himself to the craft of synthesised sound, still even that we hear echoes of the psychodelic and kosmische music he loves to perform an explore (for instance with the duo project Marredo & Montag) this is pretty much a textural, and soundscapist-point-of-view album, even that those electric signals place us in the uncanny territory of machine sound we cannot forget about what started it all, the soundscape, or field recordings. It’s all there, as a trace, a footprint, something that doesn’t needs to be there because Marredo is very capable of listening through soundscapes and present them under his own umbrella, rearranged, transformed and created from nothing but electric signals.

Truly a pleasure to have him in our catalogue, specially when we are very focused on releasing works by our local artists, working neighbourly a few blocks away of the Audiotalaia Headquarters, just like Avelino Saavedra, Jean Montag and a few more.

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new responsive design

english:
As you may see something changed at clongclongmoo. The page should now work better on mobile devices. Also new is that the Donnerstag workshop series page has moved away to http://d0nnerstag.wordpress.com.
Of course there are still bugs – as always – please report major problems with the new design.

deutsch:
Wie ihr vielleicht sehen könnt hat sich clongclongmoo etwas verändert. Die Seite sollte nun besser auf mobilen Geräten funktionieren. Außerdem ist die Seite der Donnerstag Workshops nun unter http://d0nnerstag.wordpress.com.
Natürlich läuft noch nicht alles perfekt – wird es wohl auch nie – bitte schreibt wenn es schwerwiegende Probleme mit dem neuen Design gibt.

Happy browsing!
Konrad


Tongue Bundle – Salty Language

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Tongue Bundle

“Salty Language”

This work is a tribute to the italian mercury mine of Abbadia San Salvatore. It’s an occasion to shape – both visually and musically – this “epic” element of the collective imagery and milestone of the common history of the community.

This set of paintings seeks, therefore, to harness the aura of the surreal structures, immersed in nature and witnesses the technological past rooted in the mechanics and in the flesh of workers as well.

The music goes inside the structures of the paintings and inside the feelings of the miners, creating a synaesthetic interpretation of the two artistic languages. This soundtrack has been performed live on December 4th 2011 during the vernissage of the exhibition “Acetilene – Sounds And Visions From The Belly Of The Mountain” that took place in the Museo Minerario of Abbadia San Salvatore.

An album to watch and listen.

* Acetylene gas lamp is a simple lamp that produces and burns acetylene which is created by the reaction of calcium carbide with water. It was used by the workers in the mines during the 20th century.

Emiliano Baiocchi is a Berlin based Italian artist who has been working for the last 10 years on developing an expressive visual language mostly through painting. He has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions in various parts of Italy, Germany, France. His works are in private collections in USA, London, Paris, Monaco, Munich, Dusseldorf, Berlin, and many Italian cities.
He uses his imagination only to design images that explore painting as a means of pure expression leading to a series of inner landscapes that showcase a singular materiality of accumulated layers of acrylic paint. In his dreamlike images, there is no pre defined intention to figurate a given narration, for he is rather interested in constructing a contrasted space where casualty and accidents are to be balanced with controlled detailed areas in order for a sense of spiritual movement to emerge. He lives and works in Berlin.

Text by Aurelie Moigno

CREDITS

Music composed by Misdea except “Digging In The Dark” and “Heavy Drops” by Misdea and Melinda Ligeti
Cover and paintings by Emiliano Baiocchi – www.emilianobaiocchi.com”

Norman Sétamùr Baiocchi: effected classical guitar
Mike Marchionni: synth, programming
Melinda Ligeti: synth, programming
Stefano Pintus: siren sample

Recorded and mixed on November 2011 at Setaroom Studio, Abbadia San Salvatore (Si), by Stefano Pintus and Carlo Fabbrini
Mastered by Stefano Pintus
Edited by Melinda Ligeti

Dedicated to all the Mount Amiata’s miners, especially to Fernando Baiocchi
Special thanks to Melinda Ligeti

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Buben vs.Nasta Labada – Live at Improvisation Music Festival AGA

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Buben vs.Nasta Labada

“Live at Improvisation Music Festival AGA”

Live at Improvisation Music Festival AGA
Azgur Memorial Museum
April 27th 2013
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Alex Duko – Empty Spaces

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Alex Duko

“Empty Spaces”

01-Empty Spaces(6:53)
02-Because We Are(5:25)
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Martin Rach And The Wasteland Orchestra – The Great Grey Beast

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Martin Rach And The Wasteland Orchestra

“The Great Grey Beast”

This could very well be the soundtrack for an apocalyptic sci-fi movie. Lots of suspense and tension moments with enough elements to keep your ears and mind busy.
Dare!

Graphic design by Shutupandance.

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Wings Of An Angel – Transcendence

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Wings Of An Angel

“Transcendence”

Someone enters the silence and leaves me.
Now loneliness is not alone.
You speak like the night.
You announce your presence like thirst.
[Alejandra Pizarnik]
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Roots Echo – Hidden Structures EP

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Roots Echo

“Hidden Structures EP”

VKRS Radio and Netlabel are pleased to present from the Netherlands the Arist “ Roots Echo ” with his first release on the VKRS Netlabel.
Roots Echo loves to blend sounds and styles as he sees fit with influences ranging from novel sounds online to the harmony and drive of classic and contemporary modern styles. Roots Echo Hidden Structures EP release on the VKRS Netlabel is a slight slap on the wrist for the popularity od dubstep and trap indeed as Roots Echo states “ The less tasty sounds become, the more people devour it … ”
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Pollux – Medusa

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Pollux

“Medusa”

01 – Medusa #1
02 – Medusa #2

10 minutes. Mp3 / Flac. Self-Released on Bandcamp.

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ivliss – The Cure is the Springsound

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ivliss

“The Cure is the Springsound”

Eleventh release of Sincro Netlabel.
ivliss’s second album released on our platform.

Doses of dub, soundscapes and distortion as structure of his work.
Asolaar’s collaboration and production on the track Borejam as well.

His current residence, and the Southern Hemisphere winter inspired
Iván Lissandrello who shows us a dark trip into dub and industrial.

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Nava Spatiala and Secrets Of The 45 – NSSOT45

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Nava Spatiala and Secrets Of The 45

“NSSOT45”

This is a joint project by polish Secrets Of the 45 and romanian noise/ambient unit Nava Spatiala. Each project received three tracks of the other project and remixed them, using primarily only the track itself as basis for the remix. The resulting album is an exhilarating trip through glitchy landscapes, blurry drones, rumbling basslines, electronic chirps and whistles, enveloping the listener with alternating waves of noise and melodic hums, echoing in space, at the same time digital and organic.

Nava Spatiala enjoyed a lot playing around with SOT45 tracks and, at first, sampled what they liked. Then they took the parts and ran them through lots of delays, reverbs and various synthethic manipulaton techniques. Every track was performed and recorded live at the studio and compressed through some nice tubes.

Secrets of the 45 decided to take a melody-oriented approach, immersing himself in the noisy world of Nava Spatiala and then through careful filtering picking out hints of melodies, then layering them into humming and whistling soundscapes, as well as reshaping them live via granulator software.

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Pollux – Zero Landscape


Daniel Barbiero – Allusions to Fogs & Liquids

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Daniel Barbiero

“Allusions to Fogs & Liquids”

Live improvisations for solo double bass and for prepared double bass were recorded and then manipulated to create slowly moving sonic environments which remain fundamentally rooted in the nature of the instrument.”

Allusions to Fogs & Liquids represents a type of music concerned with sound as something in itself, a material externality. But it can’t help but carry associations. Here the listener takes over from the composer/performer.

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Cheon kim – Cheon kim

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Cheon kim

“Cheon kim”

Cheon kim

Cheon kim [0kbps036]

01 – gloria
02 – trust
03 – treat
04 – human
05 – apple and grape
06 – LsS
07 – like pigs

MAV [0kbps] Records, July 2013

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Negritage – Guetto roots of dub (Vol. 1)

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Negritage

“Guetto roots of dub (Vol. 1)”

It all started a few years ago in Argentina in the “Lavadero Records Dub Temple” when some childhood friends were sharing their passion for “di roots & kulcha music” and exploring the dub sounds and the Jamaican tradition. Past, present and future are represented in their sounds. Analogue vibes meets the new waves of dub vibrations of the 21century. After some time they moved to another place called “Cuca Roots” where they recorded some dubplates included in this album (Dubophonic head special, More dub, Another dub in the guetto) and now they are building a new studio called “El fuerte dub foundation”.

All members of Negritage, William, Nacho, Leo, Pato and Herno have played together since childhood and are still play together almost every weekend, continuing their musical journey, helping each other to record the instruments for the tracks. It’s all kind of random: sometimes William plays the drums or the keys, Nacho plays bass & guitars like Leo. Pato plays percussion and drums like Herno … at the end, they all let the sound speak for himself!

Negritage’s gear is whatever is available, some time analogs other times digitals, mixer consoles for the overdubbers, a turntable for the vocal samples, sometimes a Kawai drum machine from the eighties.

“Don’t forget we are children of di third world so the gear its a few years delayed or its to expensive but this is not a problem to continue with the positve vibes mi amigo the creator allways provide!”

“Give thanks & praises to all di artist who collab whit Negritage and inspired to create dis soundz. They are: JamYork original roots defender activist, Sennid di migthy voice of thunder of Jah. the great Sammy Gold, the Dub dillers dub foundation of di third world. Spesahl greetings to all dub-o-phonic family for di support! Heartikal salute to all di dubbers all ouvah di world and for all di people who promote the roots & kulcha message!”

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Ancient Lasers – You In The Future

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Ancient Lasers

“You In The Future”

Ancient Lasers is comprised of Daniel Anderson (Idiot Pilot/Glowbug/Hyro Da Hero) and Daniel Finfer (Post Human Era and also in Glowbug). Ancient Lasers is music for fans of Nine Inch Nails, Foo Fighters, Aphex Twin, M83, The Faint, and Bright Eyes. Vocally, it shifts between a muscular Ben Gibbard and grunts worth of Trent Reznor’s macho swagger. From these juxtaposed elements, Ancient Lasers frontman, Daniel Finfer, finds a cohesive lyrical blend of futurist/transhuman/post human paranoia and optimism.

Ancient Lasers is comprised of Daniel Anderson (Idiot Pilot/Glowbug/Hyro Da Hero) and Daniel Finfer (Post Human Era and also in Glowbug). Sonically the music sits comfortably somewhere between Nine Inch Nails and the Postal Service. If you’re at all familiar with Daniel’s project ‘Post Human Era’ then you’ll recognize updated versions of “Ancestors” “When Are We?” and “Decendants” from the 2007 release on Testtube http://www.monocromatica.com/netlabel/releases/tube080.htm. If you’d like to own a flac or wav version of this album, it is available to purchase as pay-what-you-want from the Ancient Lasers Bandcamp page. All Bandcamp proceeds will go to organizations that are striving to help humanity live longer, develop artificial intelligence, cure diseases, and ensure our survival as a species. http://ancientlasers.bandcamp.com/

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etc. – bitterfly


Frame – Nice to meet you EP

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Frame

“Nice to meet you EP”

For 334 another guest artist is featured on the label, this time Frame from Portugal with a four track ep entitled ‘Nice to meet you ep’.

Firmly in the easy listening genre, Nice to meet you ep is full of subtle touches and nice grooves to get you involved in the tracks. Listening carefully, you’d be forgiven in thinking that Lalo Schifrin had dropped by and chosen a few well placed notes, especially the electric piano in Irony of fate. A nice mix of 70s cool with 21st century technology!

Of course, not every track is the same with Solar Station being in a similar ‘feel good groove’ like Kenny Beltrey from previous releases.

Tracks of choice for this listener: Summer Rain with that familiar vibe that seems to be so familiar but you can’t quite put your finger on it and Wave my soul for an epic chillout track perfect for a few beers on the balcony. Chill!

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Lorf, Aledelu – #Tessuto


V.A. – Exhala

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V.A.

“Exhala”

Second of our Fifth Anniversary compilations is here, no further words are needed to hear the music of this volume. All our love and passion for music is embodied here, join Sound Sculpture Project, Eckul, DDO, gip, Esoteric Sob, Vela, Triangular, Dimitris, djozr, Lingua Lustra, Substak and aAirial.
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Telegraphy – Rain’en On My Feet

Telegraphy

“Rain’en On My Feet”

A present to you from Ionosonde Recordings. A single by Telegraphy
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element orchestra – Mush

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element orchestra

“Mush”


■ EPV_137

:: warning ::
An excessive expression is included in the work.
Please enjoy yourself with suitable volume.

■ bonus item
PDF BOOK(13p)
photo by fkhr & ono

all tracks by element orchestra
photo by fkhr (fukuharam.tumblr.com)
design by ono(elementperspective)

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