Jose María Pastor – drums; David Ramos – speak and spell, Casio SK-1 (circuit bent), Piano Roland EXR -3, Microkorg, Korg Poly 800, Drone Thing and TW3, TW5 and Noise Machine (selfmade); J.G. Entonado (a.k.a. Arín Dodó) – voice, piano, electric guitar, harmonica, Ventris Dual Reverb
“Principe d’incertitude des espaces imperceptibles”
Composed of modulated quantum capsules, this album analyzes the principle of uncertainty, or, more correctly, the principle of indeterminacy of Heisenberg, under the meta-sonic influence of Berthelot’s theorem on the curvature of imperceptible spaces.
In quantum mechanics, the precise value of a particle’s physical parameters, such as its position or velocity, is not determined until it is measured. A quantum object could therefore be “in several places at the same time” (this is what my neighbor Schrödinger says about his cat, but I think he is using too much wine from the Loire Valley).
But this paradox is only apparent because classical scalar magnitudes are insufficient to describe quantum reality.
We then use the sound wave functions of Berthelot’s theorem, modular vectors that demonstrate that the uncertainty principle invariably leads to imperceptible spaces of infinite dimensions.
If the principle of indeterminacy of Heisenberg is a quantum reality, Berthelot’s theorem is not one.
Only the meta-sound analysis of this album remains, consisting mainly of analogically tangible and numerically virtual electronic structures.
Listening with good quality non-quantum headphones is recommended.
Selected cuts of the 303 jams in the dub style direction.
It’s like when we are far away “flying” in experiments, into rhythmic noise, in the process of jam, but there is a daredevil who declares: “Let’s play dub!”.It’s like something about dub and techno, somwhere close to noise with broken rhythm. It’s like something with bass and chords and melody, it is mostly rhythmic, stumbles somewhere, sticks somewhere, it is electronic and connected to the “network” …
Attention! illocanblo (11,12,13) and Potential DifferenSe (14) participated in several jams. Thank you.
We’ve featured Hardwired before in a previous VA compilation, but thought it would be good to feature the man again in his own EP release. Liminal is a selection of works from Hardwired back catalogue.
Some retro sounds (angular), very autechre sounding work (folding rna) and even Boards inspired (2nd last dream, 3rd last dream). Mellow, chilled out, atmospheric, in time for the summer sun.
Laura Cavan is a french visual artist who also works with sounds, and especially natural ones like in her first album Unsuspicious. This project started in 2016 when Laura Cavan was studying arts in Marseille and created an installation using pieces of wood found in the area of her school (which is located close to a forest). The insertion of contact microphones in these pieces of woods allowed to transmit small vibrations emitted by its inhabitants : termites. The resulting sounds were sent in real time through headphones for the installation’s visitors.
Early 2019, some of these sounds have been selected, edited and mixed by Kecap Tuyul in for the realisation of this album. Different, light treatments (mostly equalization) have been applied to the orginal tracks, without trying to hide the recorder’s hiss nor other unwanted sounds, but rather with the aim of letting appear all aspects of the recordings in an organic way. The results don’t pretend to give an accurate reproduction of termit’s sound but should rather be considered like sound pieces where the recording technology is a part of the material and not a transparent medium. As a sequel of this release, Kecap Tuyul is currently working on tracks mixing electronic sounds with Laura Cavan’s recordings.
The artwork is made of a selection of Laura Cavan’s drawings of these wood pieces which that were created for her installation.
Artist: Harley Cream
Genre: Super hot out of this world magical cream style
Runtime: 7:46 minGAY super star Harley Cream is back with an amazing bewitching EP ready to haunt you with sheer amaze-balls full of extraordinary music! Filled with mysterious spells, uniqueness and enough fired up fire in his soul; the unbeaten talent brings you to the Hexenplatz. It’s the intriguing place that covers wide arrangements, complete unexpectedness, graveyard party times and bewildering magnificent magical moments! No Viagra could ever make you more rock hard than the material captured on this hot collection of must have material! Super HOT!
Monofónicos Netlabel presenta el nuevo proyecto de house experimental de Archaic Revival llamado Spirit Come First, donde su esencia es la música que no tiene reglas o límites en su creación.
Spirit Come First es un proyecto con una amplia gama de sonidos y texturas, desde un sonido vintage muy orientado al house que se ha revalorizado con el paso del tiempo hacia un toque acido y experimental.
Tras esto llegan los remixes de Archaic Revival, Insanity Circle y AFM, quienes nos muestra un sonido más directo hacia la pista de baile que avanza entre densas atmosferas y melodías orgánicas, en una línea para bailar.
Techno y House de mucha altura es lo que presenta este lado B de Archaic Revival, totalmente recomendado!!
Saat dunia berstigma bahwa musik adalah komoditas kacangan yang dibentuk konstruksi industri….
Dan pula saat mereka tak lagi jujur akan diri…
Konsepsi khayal yang terabaikan…
Malas mencari nyata dalam awang…
Terjebak fana realita…
Back in early 2010 a Charlotte, North Carolina based label Black Flag Records was kinda blowing up with the release of a DJ Green Lantern presented mixtape. That compilation featured joints from their talented roster of artists. Although there was lots of fire on that comp, one artist stood out to me with his unique and on point delivery. That artist, A.Moss went on to release a solo album and a couple features on other releases. After that… crickets. Not just from him… from the label too. What seemed to be a promising label, proved to be short lived.
Then at some point around 2014, I found A.Moss’ Soundcloud page and saw that he had posted something new! The new song was incredible… I was psyched to see that he wasn’t done delivering music. Then… crickets… for little longer. Anyway… fast-forward to sometime the following year or so when I tweeted to him an open offer to release music at blocSonic. Fast-forward a few more months… he tweeted he was interested in talking about it… and now here we are!
Today we kick off the lead up to his first EP, “Gravel King”, which is set to drop on July 19th. His first new release since 2010! Leading up to the release of the EP… we’ll be dropping three fortyFives featuring previously unreleased gems from his archives and joints he released via soundcloud. This one features “Carolina Raised”, originally released as “Who killed it” on Soundcloud and “MB”, some fire from the archives. So download it… bump it loud… offend some neighbors… but most of all… enjoy.
Hey Moss… it’s great to finally have you on board here at blocSonic! Thank you, sir. Can’t wait to release Gravel King! Welcome to the blocSonic fam.
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!
A.d.du.nord is a musician who doesn’t work in a particular style but is guided by ideas of the moment without feeling compelled to maintain a single sound aesthetic. His first releases have been a few minimalist drone tracks published in 2018. He now aims to create some kind of “post-music” that is “strange and dysfunctional”. In short, a.d.du.nord is a project for free experimentation, where everything is possible.
Sana Grano is some kind of mixtape that gathers ten one minute long improvised sequences created with granular synthesis tools. The choice of samples was purely intuitive, and the results are partially aleatory. But if you listen between the lines, you may find reminscences of dub and afrobeat.
his project (Eniac), has started in 1997 as an experimentation on the use of feedbacks and tape loops. In 1999 he started publishing music with a tape (split with Cria Cuervos); then the project evolved in different directions over the years: computer music, glitch, anche elctreoacoustic. He released music for recodx label like: Acustronica, Adaadat, Almost Halloween Time, Cathedral Transmissions, Chew-Z, Creative Sources, Edison Box, Many Feet Under, Sonospace, Touchin’ Bass.
Cangiante represent a point of view on the past (20 years) and on the future (the new projects will be under the name of Fabio Battistetti and Brezza).
The tracks have been composed at Blue Angle studio, between 2018 and 2019, using recordings and loops from the personal archive, including a short excerpt from a track recorded in 1999.
The titles of the tracks are quotes and references to past influences over the course of 20 years and visions of the present:
“angst vs. anticyclic new trauma guarded and ripped despite engagement”
01. DYSTOPIAN LEGACY – Støberiet 08:59
02. experiment#508 – The Path Was Clear 11:58
03. CHANGING PERSPECTIVES feat TEETH OF DIVINE – The Green Book 09:03
04. SOFIA BERTOMEU – Abstract Thought 06:53
05. STUDIO KO-OP – Don Trumpee 11:08
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