“Weldroid is back in the Kahvi fold, and with this 9 track album, he’s back up in the top of the Kahvi releases. A few guest artists make an appearance such as Planet Boelex and Mitoma, and with the ambient and electronic nuances that appear throughout this release, there is something for every Kahvi fan.
Fantastic analogue basslines (Diclofenac and Desloratadine) and ambience (Leaving quietly remix) show Weldroid in a different light – from his usual industrial percussion to a more delicate subtle feel.
Check out Flying Fist and Leaving Quietly for some quality production.” (4T/Kahvi Collective)
A dark, mystical and dissonant trip caused by specific electronic treatments of disturbing frequencies.
Artist : The Black Iris Militia
Title : Deliverance
Catalog # : TXR070
Duration : 41:49
Date of release : February 26, 2014
Genres : dark ambient, drone, noise
Format : digital (FLAC and MP3)
01-The Reverberated Note-Nadiya
03-Glander-Vacuum (Live Version)
05-V- A deep & Secret Place
10-Sraunus-Die Roten Moebel
11- Shogun Spy-Echo Of The Night
12-Matthias Springer-Beat the Clock
Alejandro Remeseiro is a musician and sound artist born in Spain in 1980. Since the year 2003 he has released 30 albums under different names, such as Elias Falken, Thanatorium, Eemian, Prowano Prosper, and The Advanced Antennas. But he his best known in the world of net-labels because of “Konsumprodukt”, a music project which he has released 12 albums. Alejandro has a degree in History and from 5 years ago is investigating the historical aspects of propaganda and sound, the human relations related to conflicts, as well as issues concerning the electroacoustic composition, and boundaries between the listener and the listened work. The aim of his audio works is to create a feeling, a sensation, something that moves and is thought-provoking in the people who listen. His latest sound work, “Storm” is an experimental narrative about the fear of loss, the idea of danger, and control messages. This work is an electroacoustic music project about the Tropical Storm called “Sandy”, which hit the east coast of the United States in October 2012. It is a metaphor about the fear of losing everything that people have, about the fear of death, control messages and disaster prevention. I used the audio of “Civil Defense Alert System” of the United States that could be hearded live during the days that the storm Sandy affected the area of the U.S. East Coast, to build electroacoustic “images” that drives the listener to the sensation of people had during the days of the storm, with the aim of transporting them to situations that not many people faced in their lives.
“The Place It Used To Be” is the first release of Cousin Silas under Sucu Music. In his own words: “[The tracks] are all aural sketches of a place I used to go to as a kid.
It’s basically a small valley, a stream running through it and an old mill that had just closed down not long after we moved there. Very peaceful place”.
1.A Hint Of Sadness 03:04
2.No One 03:44
3.Una Vida Tranquila 04:22
4.Los Países Del Este 03:53
6.El Hijo Tonto 04:36
9.El Drama Del Descenso 04:08
bristophe is an improvising duo that consists of brice catherin (from france, based in geneva) and christophe schweizer (from switzerland, based in germany). between them they play instruments like: cello, trombone, a bit of electronics, tuba, a touch of clarinet, plus e.g. recorder and other flutes, double bass, alpine horn, voice, bird calls, a few toys, etc. occasionally the two meet in one place, and that’s when sound happens.
their second album for pyr, die ersten zwei kirchen, is another two disc set – this time documenting two sessions of improvisations that took place in two different churches in germany and switzerland. to explore these spaces, the duo used: strings, brass, church organ, piano, harpsichord, clavichord, and the alphorn as well as their voices, electronics, birdcalls, and little instruments. as always, listen carefully.
Artist : Empty Flat Resonance
Title : Entheogenic Studies Vol.2
Catalog # : TXR069
Duration : 25:36
Date of release : February 19, 2014
Genres : drone, noise, experimental
Format : digital (FLAC and MP3)
jim lace and alex nova used to be in onyx system. but then onyx system stopped. so they used an electric guitar, a roland rs-09, an arturia minibrute, a korg wavedrum, a vocoder, a nord lead, an alesis sr-16, and hooves to make a few more songs under their own names.
prog sense. paranormal science fiction vein. story telling. lovely creature afraid to die. stargate. a lover in her hair. afterlife. a man, a broom, the devils. the sound is: late night roxy sleaze, satellite machine cuisine robot synth croon and traces of meditative frippinalia.
Crennwiick is back on Digital Diamonds with two fresh Electrotech tracks. “First Reflexion” is available in two interesting versions, one for the mind, one for the club while “Other Eyes” got a remix by his sideproject “Code Therapy” with Floating Machine. Anyway this EP is modern polished oldschool electro sound.
01 – Outro
02 – Sorry Patty, I’m busy
03 – Hey rusty! don’t need ya education
04 – Registrazione boh
05 – Stumpy reggae party
06 – Il mio non rapporto con la droga
07 – Cione was a gabber
08 – Caramelle & Spleen
“Prolonged Memory” is the third LP of Bleak Fiction. It features ambient/drone with some post-rock influence. The concepts are about solitude, memories, love, thoughts, dreams and wishes.
Songs 1-2-3-4-6-7 by Bleak Fiction.
Song 5 made by Bleak Fiction (drones, noises) & Proyecto Lazarus (voices, field recordings, drones)
Artwork: Janez Jot
She would love to work with music, but before, she uses to take a camera, brushes and plastic materials.
She works on art: knowledge, find meanings, researching, expression and listen through it.
Also, she experiments with possibilities and plays with perspectives,
to make prominent different shapes. In short, show a new version.
a remix album that consists of 12 tracks based on only one (and such a fragile) song could easily fail conceptually. but not here! something very rare happens here instead: the remix artists augment the original mood and prevailing atmosphere of the basis track by adding new layers and aspects instead of varying the same loops and phrases again and again. they complement the fragments in their own, individual ways and supply additional elements, just like a painting evolves from a sketch or characters in a good tv show mature with every episode. twigs are snapped. branches are creaking and crack. leaves crinkle in the background and occasionally the tree ghosts are even dancing. and when they do, they do this in a their own quirky but nevertheless fascinating way.
instead of being a mere collection of variations as one might suggest, “the kodama remixes” is a surprising album which enriches the eponymous title track by one untold aspect after the other. at the same time this album is the documentation of an impressive creative process that sometimes is still present in today’s electronic music and results in such surprising and great releases every now and then.
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