This was our first CD album, released in 1998. We have mixed feelings about it now…it was early days and we didn’t quite know what we were doing or even what we were trying to do.
If we were writing or recording these tunes now, we’d probably do everything differently. However – this is our history!
We don’t have a good file of the original artwork, so this is a new cover. There’s a small image of the original front cover included in the download.
Newest in the series of Toni Dimitrov’s collaborations is the album with the German artist Dominic Razlaff AKA DR. “Braunschweig Sessions” is the result from this collaboration, showing in front of the listener the infamous soundscapes of long form drone explorations of which DR is known for, merged with the subtle affection for field recordings infused ambience characteristic for Toni Dimitrov. Field recordings were provided by Toni Dimitrov, which are afterwards processed by DR, or layered with processed (granular synthesis) Ukulele and Synthesizer, arranged by both artists. Recorded on various destinations around Macedonian nature, this material is a reflection of a nice, subtle, calm and peaceful journey. With its ranges and spectrum from more subtle soundscapes to rawer and at times even unnerving sound experiments, this work is a direct presentation of the works of both artists, now connected in joint work. This is the first in the forthcoming series of collaborative works by these two prolific soundscape designers.
Today we’ve got the release of new music by Viktor Van River. Last October he brought us his blocSonic debut Triumph Of Unconscious and now he returns his new EP, Biorobot. Five cuts that take you on a dark journey into electronic downtempo trip-hop that’ll leave you fiending for more. Go ahead… hit it.
Yo, Viktor! Thanks for coming with that ILL ish! You killed it.
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!
Following on from his slow burning self-released cassette “Unweather”, “lutra” is the first CD release by smallhaus (AKA South London based guitarist, electronicist, percussionist David Little). It expands his singular sound environment into a full-screen, full-colour and hugely enjoyable collection.
At times this almost feels like a tribute to the classic sounds of 70’s ambient – the choral textures, the infinite guitars, the synthesizers, but it’s done with a knowing wink and a contemporary layer of grit and dust. But mostly it’s an enveloping, immersive wash of precision moulded sound.
Yesterday was today.
Tomorrow will be today.
The frontier between oustide & inside just gets a bit more blurred.Recorded live at the Zorba, Paris, France, on february 24, 2018.
Mixed by Jossé.
Artwork by Torbill.
Slovak producer MacroNoise presents his seemingly chaotic EP balancing on the edge of downtempo, ambient and IDM that will take you far away from the Earth and back. What you are about to experience is the Continuum.
Mason is the new project from Abe Mason (Thirteen Fingers, Church of the Tin Vagabond) Harsh Cut-ups, industrial ambiance and field recordings are utilized to create a project that is personal, evocative and dynamic. Inspired by Purgist, Facialmess, Kuzuma Kubota, Kazumoto Endo, Chris Goudreau, Harness, Developer, Enephalophonic and Constrain.
1. In A Small Apartment, Somewhere Near You, Among Farce And Negligence, A Lonely Artist Dreams Of The Death Of God, As The Turbulent Waves Hit His Eyes, Do Acknowledge That There’s Always An Unknown Genius Who Lives Nearby In Implausible Depth, Indifferent To Your Petty Suffering And Petty Joys 01:24:59
2. From My Abysmal Escape Room, Non-Existent In The Physical Reality, I Dream Of Untangling The Frayed Light Fabrics Of The Universe And Filling The Dense Space With Psychedelic Matter, Diving Into Frenzying Black Holes And From Within This Nameless Oblivion, Becoming The National Poet Of My Own Soul 01:20:12
Wolf Wrams constantly explores human psyche, the emotion that arises from it and influences it making further steps towards heights and after that falling down into the abyss. Birth, life and death, and then another birth are the results of it. That is expected from Entropy, perhaps all Wolf’s songs are entropic.
These tracks were originally released through Naviar label on their Haiku collections. www.naviarrecords.comDiscordian Zen centres on the Rite of Not Knowing as its basic manifestation.
Performing the Rite of Not Knowing we enter into the realms of don’t know mind. Letting go of our time and opinions, doing what appears, we become more flexible, less attached. Discordian Zen represents a new Zen manifestation. While the Rite of Not Knowing represents Discordian Zen’s primary practice (open to anyone), there exist additional practices/manifestations. These include.
Discordian Zen has no temples, no location, no tax exempt status. It only seeks to manifest, transmit and expand the life-giving Chaos that constitutes our original nature, our original enlightenment.
Mercury is an album in wich the sounds used (improvisations with percussion metal plates and storms field recordings) work into a different perspective on dark ambient, Nieto hasnpt used melodies or ornaments to make the listener more “friendly”, It’s the transformes sounds that sustain the album and need attentive ears to be enjoyed.
“Artificial Thoughts” is the first Zzy‘s album. The story of this album is about two different realities: the humanity and the machine revolution. In other words, this work criticizes “the modern society” and their addictions. Do humans control the machine or does the machine control humans?
The technological revolution an its progress seems to us unbreakable and doesn’t show signs of ending.
Will we all be dominated by the machine? Is this our end?
“Artificial Thoughts” is struggling with those questions that have no concrete answer. However, the future looks dangerous and THE HUMANITY has to make decisions to survive in this game, against the endless evolution of the machine.
Audio Obscura performs Lap-top based electronics for the ears, haunting the wide spectrum’s of electro-acoustic music with a firm footing in the ambient realm. The sound also strays towards the experimental; musique concrète, idm with post-classical minimal leanings occasionally push through.
“I’m a self taught musician and sound mangler blurring the boundaries between analog and digital, acoustic and electronic, generative and human. I work in the present moment letting the music flow wherever it wants. My aim is to make music that is strange and experimental yet resonates on a deeper level.”
Subespai is the solo project of Mauri Edo, a Sydney musician born in Barcelona. Walking the line between ambient, noise and drone music, Subespai paints experimental soundscapes by mixing acoustic and electronic audio sources with effect pedals, field recordings and other gadgets.
Noisefever is known for his cheerful, dance verging on 70s disco beats from his previous releases and Love EP is no different.
Classic beats mix with hammering basslines (and a spattering of chip sound effects) and cheerful melodies in this perfect four tracker to compliment the summer. Time to knock back those glasses of Pimms and enjoy the beats in the summer sun!
«Со мною вот что» поздравляет болельщиков с праздником футбола в России!
«Тренер Амкара» – тёплый июньский рок на тему российских спортивных реалий.
Где бы ты ни играл, сколько бы ни зарабатывал, не зарекайся. Ведь, может быть, ты чемпион потому, что кому-то не хватило денег с тобой сыграть? Желаем скорейшего возрождения Амкару и всему нашему футболу.
Регионы просят огня!
“Recorder! Ricorda…” is the first release in Linear Obsessional’s cassette series, professionally produced cassettes in uniform designs by David (smallhaus) Little. The artists have worked to produce music specifically for this format.
Officina Errante’s piece is an audacious journey through a succession of sonic moods, all sounds recorded on a portable Zoom recorder- the results then manipulated, crunched and highlighted later- time compresses and expands infinitely….tinkles from a borrowed piano add melancholic interludes.. It’s almost like a succession of audio postcards or snapshots, each “movement” capturing moments of stasis or energy, urban clamour or rural tranquility the whole work flowing seamlessly with it’s own logic.
Officina Errante reworked his piece especially for the cassette format and Linear Obsessional is delighted to present this piece of 21st century musique concrete/sonic travelogue.
released June 22, 2018
All sounds, fields and instruments in this work have been sampled from recordings taken by me with the Zoom H5. I could take these recordings also thanks to Niina, Luke, Laura, and Michiko-san who let me play her piano all the time I wanted while I stayed at hers.
Photography by Niina Mahosenaho.
Written and produced by Officina Errante in Tokyo, Tonami and London.
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