Original Silence is an audio and visual artist from the U.K. who likes to write, record music and work with photo and film, sometimes together and sometimes separately. Immersive, ambient, electronic and electro acoustic in its execution, Original Silence’s work is about immersion and what the listener or viewer brings to the media as much as what the media and tracks are about themselves.
Tracks and media all created, written, recorded, mixed and mastered by Original Silence.
Released by Pilot Eleven Netlabel (PE17) under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license – CC BY-SA 4.0.
Winter is coming slowly. The sorrow penetrates through the window of a house lit by a faint sun. The bells ring out far. A woman sings her dreams of escape, while a man turns around a square seeking for his desappeared love. The snow fall down insistently. Voices chant litany to celebrate the end of life. noises interfere with the rarefied melodies of a piano that tries to draw landscapes of purity. With the cold, innocence seems to have to die. Yet in a courtyard, the children resist winter by playing under the cold eyes of adults, and here and there, little birds survive in the snow.
Music from airports, aircrafts and some other flying things, vol 2: Cardiff Airport is the second of a series of records recorded while waiting for a flight at different airports around Europe during the summer of 2018.
released December 10, 2018Fernando Perales: concept, production, art cover, mix and mastering.
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.
New perspective of things can be found by raising ourselves. From a terrace, a peak or imaginary places we seek contemplation as it is our creative nutrient. Unsettling times must be confronted on the sidewalk of music production. As citizens of the world we are being witnesses of agitation related to climate change, to a rearrangement of political forces and to socioeconomic inequity among a variety of intertwined elements that cause reflection. It is a complex scenario that leads forces of similar pulsation and that seems to motivate the efforts behind the sharp response in this fifth compilation of Modismo. This compilation joins multinational talents in a wide range of styles, and as a proof of clean intentions it releases music of such depth and quality available for free. A gesture of caring kindness unites these 21 musical statements in which humanity and the plotted electro-mutant sounds dance as a reflection of upcoming storms. The overflowed pessimism, the industrial protest, the revolutionary dance and the questiong of forms have a natural room in one of the most ambitious works created by this label. For its constant commitment with risk and quality this new compilation of Modismo can be considerated as a compulsory stop at the moment of photograph the state of arts in the contemporary electronic music.
We Versus the Shark are proud to present “Murmurmur,” an ongoing collection of renditions of songs we’ve been inspired by in the past few years. Starting today, January 1st, and finishing up on December 1st 2008, each month we’ll be posting a new MP3 to Quote Unquote Records of other people’s jams. Some of the songs are by artists who have gained accolades in some circles but remain obscure in others; a few will be Athens bands we’re excited to big-up. We here at We Versus the Shark believe that “interpreting” (whatever) other artists is a good way to learn about structure, melody, and other things we’re generally confused by. Enjoy “Murmurmur.”
A real musical adventure of experimental electronic music.
This e.p. is full of complex clicks, rhythmic structures and seductive glitches.Written, produced and arranged by Herre Jorna
I hope this music will give your life a nice Glitch and a lovely smile on your face.
This EP is dedicated to the loves of my life:
Wendy, Laura and Patty.
English Description :
Shogonodo taking us on a beautiful voyage into the reverie. His new album release ‘reverie’ is a 13 track album now available on Orikami Records ! The project features contributions from ESAE & Northern Loon.French Description :
Sans sourciller, Shogonodo continue de tracer sa route dans le haut du panier beats/lo-fi. Antoine aka Shogonodo qui fait partie des beatmakers les plus captivants de ces dernières années, offre avec son troisième et dernier album une balade poétique et romantique …
This is a recording of a soundwalk observed from a first person’s point of listening. As all sound recordings do, this soundwalk recording presents what the specific one person hears when she went on a particuar walk. The unusual feature of this work as a soundwalk recording is that it also provides an insight to the thoughts that occur to her while she is on the walk, rendered as a voice letter to an unidentified acquaintance. This reveals personal stories and memories related to the places she visits as part of the soundwalk.
Sound recordings, Voice, Artworks, Cover Art by Una Lee
Recorded and mixed at bellerohome by D. Santziliotis in Athens, Greece, using: Roland Juno 6 and Roland System-100m synthesizers, Korg MS20, Roland RE-201 space echo and Uher 4000 Report Studio tape recorder
Mastered by James Plotkin
Artwork and design by Georgia Simogianni; photos by G. Simogianni.
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.
After a web collaboration (album Imperceptible,) Onde Poussière return to free improvisation with their 4th album del_din04, made of sessions recorded on 25th and 26th september 2018. For this occasion, they once more experimented with new set-ups, this time with a focus on lo-fi sound. Doedelzak played laptop amplified with cheap computer speakers and occasionnaly flute, while Kecap Tuyul used his z(xW+yW), a low-tech modular system based on tiny battery-powered guitar amplifiers and contact microphones. Through this new change they continue to explore sonic material and techniques that are likely to cause various accidents and usually unwanted sounds, which are an essential part of the ground on which the band build its improvised soundscapes.
“José Gallardo launches through Pueblo Nuevo his latest album ‘Humores‘ (pn137). Unlike his previous ‘Sinfonía para un hombre solo… en su casa‘ (pn107, 2016), which exhibits the realization of field recordings as a guiding thread, ‘Humores‘ makes reference to the moods or temperaments according to the classification of Hippocrates, considered the father of medicine. It is, thus, a kind of suite that is composed of emotional representations instead of dances.
The humoral theory, in force from Greek Antiquity until after the Renaissance, comprised four temperaments: Choleric, Phlegmatic, Melancholic and Sanguine. Each one of them was associated with an organ and with a secretion of the body (yellow bile, phlegm, black bile, and blood, respectively) and health would depend on the balance between these elements. The word ‘humor’ comes from the Latin ‘humore’ which means liquid or fluid.
As a means of opening, Gallardo adds a fifth state, that of ‘Ansiedad’ (Anxiety), where music tries to connect itself with the future from the present. This is the only track on which we hear an instrument played in a traditional way or without being deconstructed, the Saz of the Middle East, and from this material is apparently also extracted to create adjacent sounds.
Predominant in this album are rough textures, carefully agitated sounds obtained by microsampling – often treated in a granular way, and cacophonous conglomerations, almost always in counterpoint with their opposites, as in the game of resonances and punctual sounds of ‘Melancolía’ (Melancholy). The last track, ‘Sanguíneo Pasional’ (Sanguine Passional), is divided into two very clear moments, the second of them based on a calm drone that brings peace or, better, balance, to close ‘healthily’ this interesting set of music.”
(Río de Janeiro, Brasil. Noviembre / November 2018)
“Après avoir été refusé par le label 1 EP par jour Records, cet EP se retrouve sur Linge, le label qui accepte toutes les merdes du monde. C’est moitié impro au synthé moitié techno bizarre. C’est sympa”
“Tethered” is Blockdata‘s first EP on Abstrakt Reflections. The EP digs into a variety of tempos and styles including lush analogue synth beds, foley recordings, haunting soundscapes, digitally sharpened rhythmics and some processed acoustic instrumentation at points.
Most of the synthetic instruments were created by Blockdata from the ground up over a number of years using Native Instruments Reaktor and the foley/acoustic instrumentation was made using a simple field recorder.
The EP includes six original Blockdata compositions and 2 excellent remixes from Ivan Shopov and Lokom.
Noisybeat 10 years vol. 1
Dedicated to 10 years of Noisybeat Netlabel.Osinski – Serendipity in Bar Mokambo
Plastic Penguin – Tomato Mutante
Dubbemo – Until my sun
RGL – My Reasons
Fingerflood – Secrets
Seiss&Delayer – Malex
Shango – Monte Secchiata
D_Smoker – The power of heaven should not be underestimated
Domino – Bring the lights down
Kappasaur – RebirthCover art: Cristina Cammarata www.behance.net/CristinaCammarata
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