For the Netlabel Day 2016, Elegant Elephant has reunited its current roster of artists (two of them debuting on this release) for a free compilation of new and exclusive songs, celebrating our approaching 4th anniversary and independent music worldwide. The fantabulously beautiful artwork was made by the award-winning graphic designer Thello Caetano (http://be.net/thellocaetano). You can listen and download hundreds of free releases on the Netlabel Day website: http://www.netlabelday.com/ Come with us and join The Pachyderm Parade!
Four-to-floor with Fire, Earth, Air and Water, the characterizing elements of “Snowing on Lava”, the artistic maturity for Martino Nencioni. His classy electronic compositions transfuse with naturalistic components characterized by typical rave-culture aesthetics. The “4 elements” fully shine in “Snowing on Lava”, a 60 minutes space-less and silent suite. A dense album, which transports the listener to meditate about the origin of cosmos through a whirling and hypnotic crescendo. Fast transformation and ecstatic contemplation, natural elements like stones and aquatic sounds are melted with technoid rhythms, creating a mutable and harmonic world. Echoes of krautrock a là Neu mixed with trancy IDM components from Anglo-Saxon school (see James Holden or Clark). “Snowing on Lava” is the kingdom of Martino Nencioni, in which all the things exist and consist.
Music by Martino Nencioni
Mama Jericho visus claimed by G•D•M•
THIS IS THE 51beats RELEASE FOR THE 2016 NETLABEL DAY
We’re happy to offer you the new Stephen Briggs concept ambient release with the usual shoegazish taste, out for the Netlabel Day 2016 special event.
In “Hypnotique”, the vast landscapes we were used to, here enlarge their borders, thanx to the artist’s skill in depicting sonic panoramas with his guitar, effects and looping.
In these five long tracks you will experience relaxed arpeggios and harmonies chasing eachother through textures of guitar pads that dilate our senses. And more, reversed phrases, roaring distant low-pitched notes as rumbling distant thunders, powerful reverbed and distorted riffs and chords.
There’s much stuff in this five steps that are simply titled I, II, III, IV, V, a magic digit sequence of a time-warped pendulum…
So sit back in your favorite armchair in front of a sunset, raise the volume, or take your full range headphones, click “play” and listen loud, relax, take a deep breath and count slowly from one to five and soon you’ll be…
– Gaetano Fontanazza
Yan Terrien comes back with this second release on Sucu Music talking about the suspended atmosphere of hospital corridors.
Music For Corridors magnificently renders that sense of waiting. Each track infact shows the multifaceted aspects of a waiting in a hospital corridor, whether it is you waiting for your own fate or one of your loved ones is.
A waiting which sometime is trustful, powerless, serene, hopeless, heroic, hopeful. It’s a music that’s plenty of intense feeling and emotion, it’s a music that empowers the listener to understand further dimensions starting from lucidly observating details, common objects, views, as the songs’ titles suggest.
The album is mainly piano based, melody and harmony of each track develops accompained with light synths sounds and textures, quirky noises and low distant voices. The sensation is just like if our thoughts were focused on their own, barely distracted by what comes around.
We’re very happy to present a release of a great artist like Yan Terrien for the Netlabel Day 2016 special event, wishing him to present us more and more music in the future.
– Gaetano Fontanazza
Drone ambient album by AVOIDANT following the them of the substitution of reckless passion for reclusion, the loss of drive to be intimate and the consequential manifestation of madness through anxiety. We’re dealing with visions of a perfect body, absent, above all: intangible. There is, although, a time for everything, and rising from the depths seems possible.
This time last year, Faex Optim released an album for Netlabel Day 2015 (Mercury) and this year, once again to coincide with Netlabel Day we have a brand new nine track album by Faex Optim entitled ‘Start with the River’.
Igloomag describes Start with the River ‘Collecting tranquil interludes gone astray, broken childhood samples, psychedelic undertones and kaleidoscopic colors colliding in blissful accord, this is where Faex Optim resides. A place where corroded percussion, fragmented melodies and disjointed harmonies swirl in cohesive unity.’
Faex Optim once again gives us an amazing release drawing of strong influences from Boards of Canada, and every fan of Mike Sandison and Marcus Eoin will be blown away by these tracks, Ennet House and Moscow School being two favourites for this fan.
01.Sun Ambient – Rising Sun
02.Sun Ambient – The Beginning Of The Way
03.Sun Ambient – Unlimited Aspiration
04.Sun Ambient – Minuet DMOLL
05.Sun Ambient – Lonely Ruins
06.Sun Ambient – Setting Sun
07.Sun Ambient – Under The Stars
1) South Road_Intro
2) North Road
3) West Road
4) East Road
5) Let’s go Mars_Outro
6) South Road Intro (Osinski Late Night Rmx)
7) South Road Intro (Osinski Shoreditch Rmx)
8) East Road (D_Smoker Rmx)
9) North Road (TYM Rmx)
10) West Road (Bakra dub Rmx)
ARTIST: Tale Twist
RELEASE TITLE: Wry Way EP
CAT Nº: TRANZ059
RELEASE DATE: July 01, 2016
FORMAT: Mp3 / 320kbps / 44.100 MHZ
SUB-GENRE: IDM, Downtempo, Glitch, Experimental
TOTAL TIME: 31:13
SIZE: 75,7 MB
01. Birds Migration (5:30)
02. Come On Out (4:41)
03. Km 001 (2:40)
04. Pack Your Bags (4:06)
05. Pluck Line (4:32)
06. Power Tripless (3:04)
07. Road To Marrocos (2:36)
08. Shortcut To Elijah (4:04)
This is a conceptual CD. All the tunes in this LP are related to a journey, a given path, a force that drives us away that has no beginning, no ending; it is just a universal force, a way, a wry way, with its twists and turns. It certainly does tell a story. The whole concept is of a wry way that takes shape everyday in ourlives, doesn’t matter where we are nor where we want to go. Each one of the sounds have its own soul, its inner vibration, it’s very self. Apart from all this, they are all linked by a theme, they are tied by a very tide node. This bond or bondage, this attraction of the individuals to a greater reality, all of them having something different to say because they have been through different paths, strange ways, wry ways, like me, perhaps like you too, some day, some time, in the past, present and future.
I Neurologici, Miz Brown, Resina, Ras Moray, Shiny D
“Dub Lucky Riddim”
Scorching heat, but the Riddim To Riddim series does not stop. Although late, this riddim comes to refresh us, previously unreleased but tied to the second release of the series, Get Chicken as fraternal twins.
The first two tracks are interpretations of two exceptional female voices, which give us two shades as diverse as equally intimate and personal. The first marks the return of Miz Brown with her powerful voice and her confident style, the second is the debut in the reggae scene of Resina that gives more new sounds to the Roman dub collettive’s music.
The third track is another Ras Moray’s song from the album Out Of City, always with a new mix for the occasion.
Our last guest is another Riddim To Riddim’s assiduous: Shiny D with another perfectly fitting melodica version.
As always the riddim closes the release, for use of those who want to try their skills with I Neurologici’s productions.
Modismo brings a new compilation album with unknown music that celebrates diversity and shows a solid union, coherence and artistic commitment. A light from the world of creation to everyone that wants to see it and embrace it. With new talents, a clear focus on innovation and technology, the forth compilation album of Modismo gathers the most representative producers from this record label. With a selective convocatory of artists, its a musical celebration of its own existence that wants to keep up with contemporary electro in a work full of details.
After a month of keeping things rather quiet, we’re back to kick things off for July! Today we’ve got “Quit”, the brand new single from C-Doc’s forthcoming instrumental album Do Androids Die For Electric Sins?!
The album, along with new releases by Ant The Symbol, Donnie Ozone, Tha Silent Partner, The Impossebulls & mGee, is set to drop on Thursday, July 14th, also known as Netlabel Day! On that same day we also launch our brand new CC-BY licensed samplePack series… get ready!
Now back to today’s single… with it and the album C-Doc wanted to explore a more electronic sound to go with a theme that sonically pays homage to one of his favorite films, “Blade Runner”. So, BR fans, get ready to pour over every detail to catch every reference! Even if you’re not a fan of the film, the music is dope… so check it.
Thanks to C-Doc for yet again going above and beyond and delivering some incredible new music!
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!
Collaborations with Lutz Pruditsch of Tarkatak seem to have an extremely long gestation period. When we first collaborated on The Druser Pricid, the recording was completed in 2000, but not released until 2003. The same is true of Azure Bell, Midnight Well. Lutz and I exchanged sources long enough ago that I completely have forgotten when it was. The sources sat for a long time, unused. Then music began to take form, then the unfinished mixes sat for a few more years. I determined myself to get the mixes finished sometime last year, only to find that my contact info for Lutz was out of date, and he no longer has much internet presence! I finally sent the masters to him in April 2016 and we agreed to go ahead with this release. Our first release together has always had a lot of admirers, I hope this one also finds receptive ears. ////////
All sounds on this release were manipulated, arranged and composed by C. Reider, using sound sources provided by Lutz Pruditsch.
“[im]mor[t]ality” contains 10 tracks and represents a new search and a new definition of his sound. It’s a work built on bass frequencies and obsessive melodies sometimes dark, sometimes gray, sometimes just simply blue as the sky can be.
Segunda edición de este gran álbum, que va desde un folk lo-fi hasta una sicodelia melancólica y femenina, canciones llenas de imaginario visual, con un sonido bien particular y que personalmente sentimos como único. Lanzado originalmente hace un par de años atrás, re-emerge con un nuevo arte, y algunos temas extras grabados en el intertanto, como si con el tiempo se hubiese perfeccionado así mismo, volviéndose mucho más coherente con lo que propone sonoramente, disponible en descarga gratuita, pero también pronto en una edición limitada en formato físico.
Segundo EP de éste proyecto ruidista, que toma los sonidos sucios y gastados creados por Ragazzi D’inverno, para deformarlos aún más, 5 remix que suenan a nuevos temas, pero que dejan entrever que fueron hechos única y exclusivamente usando y deformando pistas de audios de los temas que mezclan de R-D’i.
Un trabajo gestado mientras el dúo estaba activo, y que quedó congelado una vez que se pierde la conexión, sin embargo, al fin ve la luz aunque lo cierto es que no propone del todo un viaje agradable, sonoramente hablando.
“Extrañas líneas de bajo, sampledelia, voces y raros conceptos son el hilo conductor de éste trabajo difícil de categorizar dentro de una línea musical, pues los ritmos y la música electrónica se mantienen bajo una arritmia y sonidos orgánicos: la contradicción en sí misma. Un disco que suena a un viaje lisérgico, como una pesadilla que deja un buen gusto al despertar”
Ragazzi D’inverno fueron un dúo de experimentación sonora formado y disuelto hace unos años atrás, alcanzaron a sacar un EP llamado “Iaio Wheelchair Army” y éste su único LP. rescatamos éste trabajo medio perdido en el tiempo, y poco tomado en cuenta pues nos gusta su sonido, el que aun pasando por muchos filtros digitales sigue sonando análogo y sucio.
Four quasi-improvisations. Drums, synths recorded and then processed, plus alto saxophone in tracks 1 and 3, tenor saxophone with two different length pieces of watering hose in tracks 2 and 4. Feedback loops in track 2.
There’s no music here. Music has been outdated. This release is a Monument to The Noise.
It’s the hundredth and simultaneously the first release of MAV Records.
We adopted the dead drop method, ideated by Aram Bartholl and consisting of the installation of USB devices in public spaces. Anyone can use our dead drops for sharing, uploading or modifing audio files.
Pfff! flows and evolves through different realities, dis/integrating into the environment, getting vaporized.
Pfff! Monumento al Rumore
Non c’è nessuna musica qua. La musica è stata superata. Questa pubblicazione costituisce un Monumento al Rumore.
È la centesima e contemporaneamente la prima pubblicazione della MAV Records; abbiamo adottato il metodo del dead drop, ideato da Aram Bartholl e consistente nell’installazione di dispositivi USB in spazi pubblici. Chiunque può usare i nostri dead drop per scaricare, caricare o modificare file audio.
Pfff fluisce e si evolve nelle varie realtà, dis/integrandosi nell’ambiente, vaporizzandosi.
00 – mAvvertenze
01 – hiyohiyoipseniyo – p o s t b L a b L a B L A
02 – Laika Facsimile – Tagli della morte
03 – Tommaso Busatto – Vvv
04 – Multimedia Sepulchri – Finding
05 – Rocco Perciante – snare75
06 – Vitaldo Conte + Antonio Saccoccio + Helena Velena – Sì solo po emi (Pulsional RU.MO.RE!)
07 – Jukka-Pekka Kervinen – calibration point
08 – Infector http:// – Phase One
09 – Stefano Balice – Mozzafiato (tattilofonia)
10 – Koobaatoo Asparagus – Uhh Man & Women
11 – The Finer Points Of Sadism – Cultivate
12 – NOS project – x-f
13 – 7tn4cc – MAV Helicopter E-attack
14 – Hank the Think Thank – ep1K oU!
15 – Nostra Orchestra Estemporanea – Gigi
16 – Sounddog65 – In Primis
17 – Nascitari – Breve introduzione alla dottrina dell’isolamento
18 – Eugene Furrno – zwischenheit
19 – Rome Kapone – Electrovoice Demo #-1 (voice altered by Moduler Gee)
20 – Ben Presto – Chanel Cristo n. 34 (Ipercoop approved)
21 – Marco Olivieri Circus – Dedicato a Viola nascitura
22 – Trapianto di Fegato – Zzzachete
23 – Toxic Chicken – I Want It
24 – Max Scordamaglia – Errore
25 – Hengedal – Sørvind
26 – Mustard-In-Law – Grey Poupon For Bing Bong
27 – Jesus Cremoso + Obasquiat – Embryonic
28 – DJ Crivellator – Sulle avanguardie pseudoartistiche nate nell’internet
29 – Blade Painnet – Pubblico di mmerda (musicoralità)
30 – Movimento per l’Arte Vaporizzata – Antidefinizione
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