Spirit Redux is a set of previously unreleased tracks, 1 and 2 were outakes from Spirit Replica, 3 from Hypnos.
Recorded between 2014-2017.
Track 1 recorded at Bedford Hollow.
Track 2 and 3 recorded at Seamonster Sound by Mike Baker.
Linden Pomeroy is a musician and sound artist based in Worthing, West Sussex UK, applying field recordings, tapes, voice and treated guitars into compositions from expansive drones, to delicate ambient ballads.
Released by Pilot Eleven Netlabel (PE19) on 23 March 2019 under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license CC BY-SA 4.0.
Aũkštai (“Floors”) is a result of how overthinking leads the mind to multiple directions while searching for answers in the surroundings. These 5 stories reflect on how the mind works in different situations, whether it’s a cup of coffee in the morning by the favourite clock ticking down the time of waiting, taking a dog for a walk with thoughts of self-doubt, or whether it’s stone-tied drowning in the sea of paralysed body cells.
Dreamlike walk through inner depths, as if you were walking on thick ice surrounded by misty void and could wake up any second. The sounds reflect a journey through grief, anxiety, finding peace in solitude.
27 february 2007…12 years ago… My first album in Pueblo Nuevo Netlabel.
“‘Mestizo‘ fusiona electrónica con sonoridades autóctonas y voces ancestrales, con el objeto de encontrar un lenguaje que se posicione en el presente, pero que a su vez, tenga su base en nuestra memoria sonora histórica.
‘Mestizo‘ es un trabajo colaborativo, donde han aportado con sonidos y samples los siguientes músicos e investigadores: José Pérez de Arce (samples del disco “Son-Ido” en tracks 1-3-4-5-6), Matorral (samples de guitarra acústica en track 2, voces en track 5), Lluvia Acida (samples de zampoñas y ocarinas en tracks 2-3-4), Michel Durot (samples del tema “Ying Yang” en track 4), Pablo Cornejo (diversos samples en tracks 2-3-4), Tatevari (sample de ocarina jarra en track 3). Gracias a ustedes esta música fue posible.”
“‘Mestizo‘ is a mixture of electronics and ancient local sounds and voices. The idea is finding a language based in our historical sound memory, but firmly placed in the present day.
‘Mestizo‘ is a collaborative work, where the following musicians and researchers contributed the sounds and samples below: José Pérez de Arce (samples from “Son-Ido” album in tracks 1-3-4-5-6), Matorral (acoustic guitar samples in track 2; voice in track 5), Lluvia Acida (zampoñas and ocarinas samples in tracks 2-3-4), Michel Durot (samples from “Ying Yang” theme in track 4), Pablo Cornejo (assorted samples in tracks 2-3-4), Tatevari (ocarina jarra sample in track 3). Thanks for making this music come true.”
The Two Thousand Eighties is a collection of song created between 2016 and 2018 by Demonic Sweaters. They range from ambient, chiptunes, experimental, rock, pop, and features live drums on several tracks, and plenty of synths.
Latest album from long term Enough Records collaborator Martin Rach from Lithuania, exploring some Unfinished Loops in his usual tripstep jazz influenced way. Expect eerie settings, deep wobbling bass sounds, cinematic constructs and strong silences dominating the structure of the tracks. Artwork by Martin Rach and ps.
Melinda & Maciek is a project started in February 2018 thanks to an accidental Instagram connection between 2 musicians. Melinda Ligeti is a composer/singer/multiinstrumentalist/arranger/producer from Serbia, living in Italy, while Maciek Cieslak is a drummer from Poland, living in France. It all started with Melinda’s old wish to write music based on a bare drum track. Maciek happened to have some ready, recorded drumparts that he sent to her, and she used them to build music upon it, using piano, synth and bass. It was an experimental approach to composition Melinda always wanted to try, and it finally happened. The result is 4 songs, mixing jazz, prog, fusion, chillout, contemporary… imagined as a mini album, giving the taste of what this project might become if developed further. 3 of them are instrumental, and one is also involving Maciek’s vocals that got caught on microphones while recording the drumpart, a selfironic song that makes fun of the hardship of singing and playing at the same time, in his native Polish language. Jazz Frit is a symbolic title for this album, for the fact that musicians involved are living in (Fr)ance and (It)aly, but also, and so much more, for the meaning of frit word, which by Oxford dictionary definition is the mixture of silica and fluxes which is fused at high temperature to make glass, plus – according to urban dictionary means intoxicating/exciting, as well as ligthly fried.
Santi’s original “Music, the Only Way” tells a playfully dystopian story: “In a not so far away retro-future, a group of self-aware, compassionate robots have taken upon themselves the task of resolving humanity’s oldest paradox: its tendency for endless destruction and chaos despite its longing for boundless creativity and joy.
After a thorough examination of humanity’s greatest attempts and defeats, they have come to a consensus. All other previous paradigms and executions have failed. Music is the only way to save the humans”.
In this special compilation which marks the 50th release of Tropical Twista Records, five stunningly diverse producers come on board and recreate their unique renditions of Santi’s dark yet light-hearted space odyssey.
Acknowledgments: Santi extends his special thanks to Ivan Palmegiani for his tasteful curation of this compilation.
Thanks to The Committee For Sonic Research for hosting my music and to Dental Drill for help with polishing the final version of this. Namaste to the friends who provided feedback.
released December 13, 2018All compositions, mixing, mastering by Schmaidl.
Artwork by Schmaidl.
For the past couple years, Mos Emvy has breen delivering his music two tracks at a time via our fortyFive format. Today, he’s got more for you to enjoy with his debut blocSonic EP! Six tracks featuring his unique blend of electronic and trap… “Mantra” continues to expand on the sound we’ve been getting to know since 2016. Growth is good… music is good… bump these joints… enjoy.
Split vinyl album between long time Enough Records collaborators dSCi and the duo Parpar, two Portuguese projects sharing tours and a sensibility for the punk-rock free jazz type of sounds. This album was recorded, mixed and mastered by Milo Gomberoff at Hukot studio in Barcelona. Cover artwork by Katafu. A co-release effort by ATR, A Besta, Lepers, Epicericords, Et Mon Cul C’est Du Tofu?, Experimentáculo Records, Gaffer Records, Panda Records and Enough Records.
It is with great pleasure and eagerness that Recycled Plastics is able to introduce the listening world to Demi Odessa, a talented young man who has managed to create one of the best Summer albums we’ve ever heard. BODY MEMORY is notable not only because it is the first RP release to feature vocals, but because it embodies a beautiful confluence of youthful melancholy, seasonal playfulness, lo-fi charm and incredibly measured restraint. Elements of Demi Odessa can be traced all over the place, from warm tape-decked house music to minimal techno, from 1990’s trip hop records to classical synthpop – it’s all present, natural and unforced. Body Memory sounds easy, accessible and plays to both down and up moods at all the right points, still never letting the curtain pull back so much that we ever get a clear picture of the person behind it.
Keen listeners note: The limited edition CD-R comes with a disc-exclusive bonus track – a Milieu remix of “Don’t” that displaces Odessa’s lonesome vocals into a SAW 85-92 pool of bittersweetness for night-time cough syrup relaxation…
A dense darkness lifts your soul to sink into a velvety oblivion. Perhaps a little exaggerated, but in a way it could approach the definition that Steel Drama would give to their own productions. With this first EP entitled as themselves, Steel Drama are presented with four tracks of dark, epic and cinematic electronic music. Relax, turn off the light, turn up the volume and let yourself go.
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