Welcome to our internal archive of sounds, the music painted inside ourselves.
In this compilation: Zoran, In Vitro, Marco Lucchi and Glenn Sogge, Elypixa, Esoteric Sob, Capisconne, Ray Garrido, Ohuican, Eckul, Vate, Substak, Solef, Twin Peetz and Moolsaasa, Lezet, Jimmy Watt, Nulix, Lingua Lustra, Ivan Black, AxBx.
ORGANISM – project playwright and musician Paul Rassolko from Minsk. Formed in 2002, the year with the acquisition of the analog synthesizer “Polivoks”, broken deck “Vega” and the Soviet equalizer. The advent of the computer in 2003 and it “embellish” the sound of music. Favorite software – “FL Studio 9” and “Adobe Audition 1.0” – that is, no “apples” and all that fashionable. ORGANISM is another Pavel’s project that is the most “listenable” and “poppy” compared to his own project [mikra].
Album “Blik” recorded mostly in the “live” via MIDI keyboard. The concept of old: music software, film fragments and other “sound”, randomly snatched from the Internet.
Today I’m so psyched to present to you Five By Five I: Wrath, the first of five new EPs that The Impossebulls will be dropping from now until December!
After the release of Everything Has Changed; Nothing Is Different, the Bulls originally intented on creating a series of five EPs, each with five songs, but that eventually evolved into a new album and the five EPs! Thus began the idea of a six month release schedule! So Bulls fans… get ready… more dopeness to come! What… you’re just discovering the Bulls? Well, dig… check this out and then check out their back catalog.
Many thanks goes out to The Impossebulls for continuing to bring that classic hip-hop in this era of mumble “rappers”, trappers and twerkers. Perhaps some day boom bap will once again be considered hot. Davy J… I hope that your generation can rectify the situation… your dad is doing a good job teaching you… perhaps other dads are teaching their youth, as well. Word.
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!
“notforme!” is the acoustic solo project from Pavel Mokhort, the singersongwriter of the Karelian punk band Six-Pack Sunday. Since 2009, he has traveled half of Russia with occasional forays abroad, playing small bars and cafes. “We Were Coalmine Canaries” is a collection of travel notes, postcards and photographs from his shoebox of memories. Keep it simple: a guitar, a shabby plaid shirt and a couple of friends.
«Эти песни записывались в 2014-2015 годах и были опубликованы в интернете тремя частями: сначала первые четыре песни (обложка с птицей), следующие три песни о кислом (и картинка с лимоном) и отдельно — последняя песня (с фотографией).»
Mastermind XS is a dub-project from Saarbrucken/Germany, created by Daniel Stephan (guitar, bass, keyboard, programming, sitar) and Heiko Petry (vocals, lyrics, melodica, keyboard). Their music is based on a solid dub foundation: heavy basslines with conscious lyrics and deeply rooted dub & reggae with an interesting twist, integrating many influences such as electro, ethnic music, drum/n/bass and even indie or punk. Their sound unites different styles, which hardly fits into one single genre and are always exploring new musical spaces, combining their Ableton skills and live instruments, forming a unique ear-candy-mixture of grooves.
They have been busy releasing their music since October 2010 on diverse netlabels. Their first EP “One Dub Many Roots“, was released on the French netlabel LCL, while in 2011 their first long-player ”Reset all systems“ was released on Angel Dust Records. Their next album “Freedom of choice” was released in august 2014 again on LCL.
Dubophonic is proud to host their new album “Keep on moving”. It’s a compilation of 12 songs representing their unique and unconventional blend of dub & reggae. Modern and roots-elements are combined with drum/n/bass, electro, dubstep, indie rock heavy guitars, conscious lyrics and of course deep basses and delays.
Mastered by the pioneering artist, producer and peace activist Celt Islam, their new release (and their first on our netlabel) is a proof of the duo’s strength and innovation: writing reggae and dub oriented music with socially conscious lyrics and musically exploring different ideas, oscillating between danceable and meditative, powerful and calm, groovy and heavy, on their quest to define the far distanced borders of dub music.
“Jorge Grela invites us to explore three landscapes in these compositions. The triad ‘Expande‘ (Expand), selected for dance, contains atmospheres from the cavernous to the aqueous, giving use to – among other resources – field recordings, bass pulses, abrasive textures and melodies realized with samples and synthesizers. The use of panning marks dissimilar spaces that converge and establish themselves in the perception of the audience, giving to this disc a characteristic that is of utmost importance in works composed for the stage: that of stimulating the subjectivity and imagination of the spectators, in order to promote a state of immersion in the presentation”.
Miguel Jauregui (aka Basstk)
(Valparaíso, Chile. Agosto / August 2016)
The intro does not leave you hanging: here comes an electro beat, lined with a relentless bassline and supported by a mix-up of samples from a well-known house track and a rhythmic litany by a male voice.
The title track has no refrain, no breakdown, just two long verses that keep on going and going. At first, the lyrics seem to be about those almost “stereotypically sexy” female adornments. The assumption that they are exclaimed with possible sexual aims is soon affirmed, but the lyrics of the second part of the track subverts the arousing into other daily phenomena not so typical of sexual hints.
This collaboration album, arose from the inspiration and endless talent of the artists Øystein Jørgensen & Chris Silver T., exhales and ultimately catapults the listener into a fascinating melange of multitudinous space particles and technocratic galaxies of aural ether. The obscure flow of sound constantly flashes into a physiognomy of percussion, rhythm patterns and beat spectrum that only make the aulic darker parts much more isolating and hence threatening. The sonic paradox is: Look into brightness to make the surroundings turn dark. Each one of these “DOORS” opens towards boundless universes to discover, explore and solemnly embrace.
Laments of a Chess Automaton is the newest work of John Novak, whose turned into a Kahvi regular it seems.
A ten track album with a large array of different styles, deep basses and airy beats in Brightly lit shores to the muted and subtle Sixty Dragons. Listening carefully you could understand a few influences such as Tangerine Dream and Air but also some of the classic electronic work from the 90s.
Heck, there may even be a touch of some older Chemical Brothers in here somewhere, so listen for some pretty serious beats and tight basslines!
Tracks of choice for me are: Brightly Lit Shores, Sixty Dragons and Ganymedean Factory Visit with its cool lounge feel. #
Monofonicos regresa con su linea de experimentación musical, con la participacion del talento local Gartner con un album increíble llamado SNK donde la musica alcanza la atmosfera de nuestro interior.
Un album genialmente experimental que suena a ciencia ficcion, creadas a partir de instrumentos analogos, grabaciones de campo en diferentes lugares de la ciudad, sintetizadores que proyectan sonidos de lo mas escalofriante, mil millones de capas sonoras que se van interconectando entre todo ese universo del sonido de Gartner.
Producido por Juan Esteban Ceballos Gartner
snk.1 con Juan C. Gutiérrez y el Metro de Medellín
snk.2 con Juan Sebastián Gartner en el bajo eléctrico
snk.11 con Lucero Pineda en el moog y teclados
Masterizado por PHEEK – https://audioservices.studio
Producido para Monofónicos Netlabel 2016
Este material está bajo licencia de Creative Commons 2.5
Medellín, Colombia – 2016
New album of experimental improvisations for melodeon (diatonic button accordion) from London based squeezebox player, morris dancer and head of Linear Obsessional Recordings. “A Thousand Concreted Pearls” goes even further than previous albums, the melodeon is amplified and put through effects pedals and mixed with feedback, or put through a modular synth. This resolutely melodic instrument, and workhorse of English folk is here thrust into an entirely new world.
Dirch Blewn is the project of musician David Bloor. He records and performs the instruments of Peter Blasser. Recorded live with a few overdubs this music is the sound of capacitors charging and dissipating, of gesture with no finesse, of fish guts and physical connection with wires. Flexing wood and the smell of tung oil. It’s about the drum of Tommy Lee added to some drama from Pamela, the heady mix of surfboards and silicon. The remnants of squeezing jelly ass signal into 8 bits and ultrasound. The sound of woodpile, chaos theory, kiri with a cardboard box, industrial components and paradox.
Linear Obsessional is delighted to release this mesmeric work as a free download as a precursor to an album of shorter works to be released later in the year…
released July 17, 2016
Capacity & Resistance was recorded on two plumbutters, cocoquantus, sidrax and tetrax.
“When the diverse tendencies of electronic sound are combined, they create style. The form in which the style is crafted provides variety to the listener. As such, it is natural for the inspired musician to suddenly perceive the different forms of noise and interpret it in relation to a work. Luis Marte establishes the union of rhythm and sonic experimentation in a persistent manner, wide and fleeting, with passages (and/or landscapes) “from other worlds” injected from minimal percussion, clear and at the same time deep beats, synthesizers strange for the neophyte and beloved for the initiated.
I have no doubt that Routier (pn109) was composed for the most part with hardware; its sound betrays it. Each beat has its own personality, every glitch, strike, synthesizer and noise in general is carefully aleatoric (Is it possible for the casual to be meticulously cultivated also?) and fits perfectly.
The experience of the autor is also important when it comes time to produce. The broad musical baggage of Luis Marte, the production of numerous festivals, collaborations, and his constant research with new media allows him to interpret through his own prism tendencies that are raw, that do not tend to sail together in the ocean of electronic sound.
What do we have then?
Seven sessions riddled with singular concepts , rhythmic and minimalist, analog and digital, interlaced into a whole and conforming parity, exquisite and of good taste when it comes to relating each noise, beat, glitch, synthesizer, machine, module and who knows what other gadget worthy of praise between the jumble of cables and connections in the studio of Luis Marte.”
Eduardo Yáñez (aka Gozne)
(Quilpué, Chile. Agosto / August 2016)
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