“The Unseen” is the 4th beat tape from American beatsmith Vintage Beats released with Dusted Wax Kingdom.
19 instrumental hip-hop tracks made in oldschool manner with jazzy samples and lusty boom bap rhythms.
“Northern Lights” flows from a common passion for Northern Europe landscapes, which freely inspired most of their songs. Recalling the fascinating phenomenon of the aurora borealis, the album offers a collection of eight instant composition pieces for flute and classical guitar.
Pais / Ciudad: España / Barcelona-Perpinyà
Estilo: EBM, Techno, Industrial
1. Blackflip (Feat. NateMonoxide)
2. Can you ear me? (Feat. Simplicity Complex)
3. Strange people
4. Ugly kid
Nuevamente llega desde Barcelona nuestra cuarta referencia.
Es un placer colaborar con este particular caballero oscuro. Esperamos que sea el primer de muchos lanzamientos.
MegaHast3r, proyecto de música electrónica, basado en sonidos oscuros, ritmos contundentes e industriales. Bajos profundos para este cambio de ciclo socio-económico.
País / Ciudad: España / Barcelona
Publicación: Septiembre 2012
Estilo: Acid Techno
1. Periodo Particular 1
2. Periodo Particular 2
3. Periodo Particular 3
Periodo Particular, proyecto electrónico que incorpora la famosa línea de bajos ácidos derivados del TB-303 de Roland, en su caso el clon Bassline 2 de AcidLab, a los ritmos Techno. Mezcla de ambientes oscuros con sonidos punzantes, básicamente sintéticos.
The following EP appeared in my mailbox recently, and so impressed with the tracks that the VA for 2013 has now been moved to a later release date. Tetarise is the artist, you may be familiar with previous releases on netlabels from him. Every release is extreme high quality with some of the finest sounds I’ve heard from a long time.
Orange Mood is a six track EP of such epic quality, I think this will be on your permanent playlist for years to come. Amazing arpeggios mixed in with epic pads and basses create a feel good and certainly mindblowing sound we’ve not heard at Kahvi for quite some time (I think the last EP to do this was Plokcity by Berestez which everybody was taken with).
Track of choice for this new Tetarise fan is most definately Aquamarine, which is just.. fantastic. Enjoy this release and see you next month!
The mysterious nature of some matter has captivated inquiring minds as long as there has been instruments of micro foresight. Elusive substances make their appearance only to offer conjecture on a theological context, where by attuned idealist can perhaps make a assumption that they exist at all.
Characterized has being here nor there, the escape artist of the material world evades understanding and discovery. Iono-15 “Grey Matter” by Telegraphy, though mysterious, it can not be understood in the traditional sense. Serving as a barrier of acoustic knowledge, sounds are ether here nor there, and at the same instance (there nor here).
Rhythmic guesses of deeply fluctuating vibes coming and going is a scientific hypothesis of how Telegraphy’s “Grey Matter” materializes in this reality.
Cherubim makes noises, drones, pulses and melodies with guitars, trombones, trinkets and computers, sampling and swirling it all into an unearthly sound. After a few years of playing together in the 12,000 Trees collective, guitarist Yuko Pepe and laptop/trombonist Brett Sroka splintered off as a duo, with a strange, yet overlapping aesthetic.
Yuko Pepe is an experimental/noise/improvisational musician based in Brooklyn, NY, born in Tokyo. She started playing the guitar in 2001 at university in Tokyo, where she also received her nick name, Pepe. Currently, Yuko plays with 12000 Trees, Cherubim, Helioscope and has performed solo in NYC, Berlin and Tokyo.
Brett Sroka is a trombonist, computer musician and composer for film, dance, installations and his own ensembles. He has performed at BAMcafe, the Sonic Circuits Festival, the Guggenheim Museum and the Teatro Fondamenta Nueve in Venice, Italy. His minimal, electro-acoustic jazz trio Ergo released it’s third recording, “If Not Inertia”, on Cuneiform Records in 2012.
This music did not really begin as an hommage to Eliane Radigue, but I did come to think of it in relation to her work with slowly changing timbres, which I love, and I ended up calling it by her name. My recordings are drone textures made up of many oscillators continuously detuned according to changing ambient light levels. A single photocell placed outside brings into play the movement of isolated clouds passing across a clear blue sky. Eliane was created using the SuperCollider programming language with homemade sensor hardware, and recorded in real time to analog tape.
jim baker is an improviser based in chicago who focuses on the keyboard arts – pianos, keyboards, synthesizers. since the 80′s baker has played in numerous groups in chicago’s free improv scene. he has performed throughout the united states and europe and plays almost weekly with the group, extraordinary popular delusions. his activities as a writer / composer have been ongoing during the past twenty years, and some of his compositions have been recorded by steam and broken wire.
along with classical training in cello and piano, sarah ritch also played guitar and bass in several punk and metal bands between 1996 and 2003 in las vegas, nv. existing in two aesthetic worlds, sarah’s work ranges from improvisational noise to tonal notated music. she has been the composer-in-residence for chicago classical ensembles the millennium chamber players and anaphora, and regularly performs solo and with her free improv band, sound collision alliance.
this album documents the first meeting of these two chicago improvisers that went down on january 15th of 2013 at the surplus of options in chicago. sarah played electric guitar and cello and jim played electronic keyboards. the sound is: modem scratch. mechanical wood. tone bits. crushed fragments. surprise skree. atlantis shred.
raw files recorded inside Tate Modern, early in a sunny morning of April 2011…
not much overproduction, but a lot of silence and real echo/ambience…
Tate Calendar : The Unilever Series: Ai Weiwei (ground / Turbine Hall),
Exhibition : Gabriel Orozco.
recording date : 08 April 2011 (Friday), Tate Modern, Bankside London UK
production / mastering date : 12 June 2011, Greece
six tracks running also as a unedited one of total time of 56’32”
another seventh track with heavier production/rework added as bonus (05’49”)
Linear Obsessional is delighted to present a new solo album by the British vocalist Viv Corringham. On “Gum and Butts” Viv returns to London (she’s now based in New York) and records in 6 unique sonic spaces, responding and reacting to the environment in real time. The result is a spellbinding mix of evocative field recordings and dazzling, “extended technique” vocalising. .
released 20 October 2013
This is a collection of live vocal improvisations with the city. They combine three activities I enjoy: wandering around London, listening to city sounds, and improvised singing. To make one of these works, I simply start to walk and record.
In 2002 some recordings I had made in this way were broadcast on London’s Resonance fm radio as a weekly series called Vocal Strolls. Richard Sanderson was splendidly enthusiastic about them at the time and has invited me to create a new collection for this album.
These works were all made on a visit from my new home in USA back to London in March and September 2013. It has been a great (and slightly nostalgic) pleasure to re-tread old walks and also to find new ones.
Recorded and Performed by Viv Corringham
Viv Corringham – Voice
London – Sounds
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