DonPepego – Steam and Electricity

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DonPepego

“Steam and Electricity”

Rock, alternative, bossa-nova… You name it! More than a feeling!

DonPepego – Steam and Electricity (EP)

01. Last Lullaby – 3:51
02. Bossa Blue – 4:31
03. He Knows – 3:23
04. All Kinds of Drinks – 6:56
05. Sparkles – 3:31
06. Misty Eye – 2:17
07. Mru – 2:42

Total time: 27:11

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Martin Rach – Double Winds

Martin Rach

“Double Winds”

Music for organ and accordion
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Chtin Mara – Clandestine Identities

Chtin Mara

“Clandestine Identities”

Album by Lithuanian project Chtin Mara. Counting on vocal contributions by Bad Poet and saxophone musings from Marrach to deliver a sould crushing ambience on Clandestine Identities.
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Jan Grünfeld – Music for plants

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Jan Grünfeld

“Music for plants”

The tracks of “Music for plants”are based on a live improvisation with electric guitar and a looping machine. Jan Grünfeld has recorded the music in the summer of 2014 on a huge balcony of an old villa in Bad Muskau, right at the German-Polish border – a very arcadian place! The music is free, like a suntrap. The plants grow better with Jan Grünfeld’s music! But not turn up too loud! And do not forget to water!

“Music for plants” is a joint release by La bèl [LBN031] & Headphonica [hpcd109]

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Daniel Barbiero & Cristiano Bocci – Nostos

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Daniel Barbiero & Cristiano Bocci

“Nostos”

Nostos

“Strange things there may be, out there, but it sure beats boredom” Trebuchet

νόστος (Nostos) – Greek for “returning home” and the root of the word “nostalgia”-is a collection of eight new electroacoustic works for double bass and electronics by double bassist Daniel Barbiero (Silver Spring, MD USA) and sound artist/electric bassist Cristiano Bocci (Follonica, Italy). The pieces are the result of an international collaboration-sonic action at a distance-over the web.

Each piece is grounded in a solo double bass performance wich was then modified, dismantled and reassembled into constructions that explore timbral nuances as well emerging harmonies, counterpoint and rhythms. “L’ultimo treno per Follonica” is a virtual duet for Barbiero’s double bass and Bocci’s six-strings bass.

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Greg Reinfeld – Tedium of Life on a Space Colony

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Greg Reinfeld

“Tedium of Life on a Space Colony”

Drug Use in the Good Community
Escape Elephant
Drum Machine Soup
Galactic Foundry Associates
Lisa, the Octopus with Shoes
Contagious
Contagious #2
Ampume, Ampuyou, Amputee Love
Robot Love Part IV
Song on Poems
Half-Sabbatical of Gun-Metal Black
Piano Sunrise
Best Friend Ever in the World
Tortured Artist
Astronaut Letter Goodbye

Čopor – Pretvaram Osjećaje U Stihove

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Čopor

“Pretvaram Osjećaje U Stihove “

Novim albumom “Pretvaram osjećaje u stihove”, Čopor nastavlja svoje začudno putovanje. Ambijentalnim mračnim improvizacijama u kombinaciji sa zvucima koji nas svakodnevno okružuju u prirodi i predmtima kojima se koristimo u svakodnevnom životu stvara atmosferu nadrealnog svijeta a stihovima koje izgovara ponire u dubine podsvijesti i izvlači na površinu sve potisnute strahove, frustracije, melankoliju ali i traži put do ljubavi, nade i svijetla. Putujmo zajedno…
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V.A. – La bèl pop (fifth anniversary compilation)

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V.A.

“La bèl pop (fifth anniversary compilation)”

This year La bèl will turn 5 years old and we wanted to celebrate its birthday by publishing a La bèl compilation with all the artists that collaborated with us during these years. The idea is to ask each one of their for a “pop” track, leaving complete freedom to their personal interpretation of this word. We think this would be a nice idea, since hardly any of their works within the ‘pop’ scene. “La bèl pop” (fifth anniversary compilation) is the final outcome of this experiment. This compilation is published to coincide with the first Netlabel Day.

La bèl pop: http://www.labelnetlabel.com/releases/lbn03…ry-compilation

Netlabel Day: netlabelday.blogspot.it/p/home.html

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Haase+Santis – M5

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Haase+Santis

“M5”

The Haase+Santis duo was initiated through a visit by the violinist Johannes Haase to the Open City of Amereida – the place where sculptor and noise artist Óscar Santis currently resides. There, they began to develop a bond in relation to music as sound structure. The improvisations they realize are based on free sessions, wherein a dialogue is generated at the intersections of these structures. These are the intersections that articulate and give shape to the music.

Concerning the sound structures that bind them together, their relationship is highly complex in the sense that in certain moments we see extremely opposed planes proceeding independently, a radicalism of timbre and brutality of sound that carries an involuntary dissociation to the ear in order to contain the sounds that the duo presents us. At the same time, in other moments we see artists highly polished from a sonic precision and beauty that generates a temporal confusion, leading us to a careful and precise internal listening.

The duo articulates their discourse from a sonic radicalism, making sure that their music does not permit the listener to release his or her attention from listening at any time. The sonic turbulence generated by the noise of Óscar, and the constant evolution generated by the tension of Haase’s violin makes listening to this album a beautiful challenge for attentive listening, which these days have so much forgotten. But above all, the sonic radicalism, and the freedom of form presented by the duo are appreciated.

Sebastián De Larraechea
(Ciudad Abierta de Ritoque, Chile, june 2015)

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Periodo Particular – Minima Comun Oscilacion

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Periodo Particular

“Minima Comun Oscilacion”

Publicación centrada en el techno de rítmica lineal, donde la
lisérgica atmósfera y el acid se hacen dueños del ep.
Periodo Particular rompe su faceta de remixador y nos presenta
nuevamente su manera de entender el techno, con un ojo en el pasado,
olvidarse de las modas y sentir las máquinas. Aislamiento para
expandir la mente.
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SousLePont – EtLàC’EstQuoi

SousLePont

“EtLàC’EstQuoi”

SousLePont are characterised by their unusual instrumentation (trombone, marimba & accordion) and their original repertoire which is mainly written for couple dances, but it doesn’t end there!
Recorded and mixed at Studios La Buissonne by Nicolas Baillard and Gérard de Haro between december 2014 and march 2015.
Graphism : Rob Taylor

Violeta Päivänkakkara – Melodia

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Violeta Päivänkakkara

“Melodia”


■ EPV_170

■ bonus item
wallpaper for iPhone6, iMac, Macbook pro & Artwork (Back)

all songs & produced by Violeta Päivänkakkara

■ artist info
http://epv-artists.tumblr.com/post/59673835638/violeta-paivankakkara

V.A. – Conspiratio

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V.A.

“Conspiratio”

Breathe retakes his series of eclectic compilations, imprint of the house. Conspiratio is co-inspiration, co-respiratio. A gathering of diverse sonorous personalities. The conspiration of new and well know faces. With music of Fire to the Stars, Zoran, Vela, 1981, Vate, gip, TrianguliZona, In Vitro, Ray Garrido, Eckul, Nathan Jo, Automatic Peacock. Let it go at your own risk.

Jimmy Ghaphery & Daniel Barbiero – The Convergence of Parallel Lines

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Jimmy Ghaphery & Daniel Barbiero

“The Convergence of Parallel Lines”

The Convergence of Parallel Lines, the second collaborative release from Jimmy Ghaphery and Daniel Barbiero, contains three improvisations and one composition for winds and double bass, and one live improvisation for winds, double bass, percussion and three dancers.

The graphical score for Exchanges II for alto saxophone & double bass by Daniel Barbiero is included as a supplemental file as part of this release.

Track Listing

1. The Convergence of Parallel Lines (1)
2. Silver under Grey on Black
3. The Convergence of Parallel Lines (2)
4. Exchanges II for alto saxophone & double bass
5. Approaching/Contact (for Jose) for three instrumentalists and three dancers

Jimmy Ghaphery: alto saxophone, clarinet, flutes.
Daniel Barbiero: double bass & prepared double bass.
On Approaching/Contact: Jimmy Ghaphery, winds; Daniel Barbiero, double bass; Sam Byrd, percussion and objects; Page Ghaphery, Ken Manheimer and Jose Dominguez, dancers.

Tracks 1-4 recorded January 2013 at Last Resort Studio in Silver Spring Maryland USA.
Track 5 recorded live 5 July 2014 at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Silver Spring Maryland USA.
All tracks mastered by Mark Beazley.
Cover Photography by Billy Fox.

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Madoka Ogitani – Take a Walk

[LBN028]

Madoka Ogitani

“Take a Walk”

“The colors of spring.

The beauty of simplicity.

This is Madoka Ogitani.

Five tracks to listen to while you’re taking a walk…”


Tzelalot – Labyrinth

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Tzelalot

“Labyrinth”

Tzelalot is a movement of Word Sound and Power, having the explicit intent to communicate the mystical meditation about the Shadow of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, that is the meaning of this Ge’ez word.

In Ge’ez, the ancient churchical language of Ethiopia, Tzelalot means “Shadow”. Shadow is the ultimate shining blackness, generated by the presence of Light. As the Psalm 90 says, giving us freedom from carnal fear: “He that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the Shadow of the Almighty”.

“Tzelalot” is an educational phenomenon expressing itself in several ways and sides, aimed to the complete ovastanding of the black mystery surrounding the King and dwelling in His Holy Inner. The crucial importance of this persuasion can be easily seen through an intelligent reading of the Gospel of Mark, chapter 4 verses 30-32: And he said, Whereunto shall we liken the kingdom of God? Or with what comparison shall we compare it? It is like a grain of mustard seed, which, when it is sown in the earth, is less than all the seeds that are in the earth: But when it is sown, it groweth up, and becometh greater than all herbs, and shooteth out great branches; so that the fowls of the air may lodge under the Shadow of it.

The secret of Jah depths, of Jah abyss, we desire. And shrouded by His Cloak we want to rest, knowing Qedamawi Hayle Selassie as the Omega Circle Fullfillment of the Whole I-niverse.
Tzelalot has been founded by Matyas Tekle Selassie upon the solid Rock of the truly Ethiopian, Amharic speaking orthodox and Rastafarian tradition. Its crew is mainly composed by Bro. Kalad, Bro. Yosief and Etan-e Negus, but many more good brethrens and sistrens coopereng with I&I, through I&I spirit of love and ovastanding. Inspiration comes from Livitycal Powers. Big respect Midnite Band for their crucial examples and inspiration.

The fifteen tracks of “Labyrinth” compile only a small image of the works of Tzelalot, putting the best vibes together and showcasing the bright spiritual aura that emerges out of every track. As extra bonus we included two brand new tracks of Tzelalot, “I” and “Ras Amlak”. From the consciousness of the “Wheel” (sung in Amharic and English) and the uplifting vibes of “Cali” to the Nyabinghi influenced chanting on “Jah-I-full”, Tzelalot leads you to an esoteric journey of meditation away from the Babylonian labyrinth of today’s society


VA – From Ritual to Romance

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VA

“From Ritual to Romance”

Et Quid Amabo Nisi Quod Aenigma Est?

Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, a blog founded on January 15 2009, and whose sixth anniversary is commemorated with this release, was envisioned as a space for the nurturing of a “savage thought” (that is, of an undisciplined nature). In its essence, and as an individual project, it aims mostly to be a vehicle for its author’s vast-reaching interests, while at the same time harnessing them into some form of discipline. More than just a reflection on the fascination caused by the themes implicit to its lexical field of action, as shown by the coordinates and key concepts that define the boundaries of its territory, i.e. “Occultism” / “Esotericism”, this virtual space mainly maps some of the topologies enclosed in the History of Ideas. A vast and sometimes ignored area of Knowledge, whose apparently paradoxical character drives a magnetic pull towards the need to identify its true nature, as ubiquitously manifested along various historical cycles, in an unending drama staged in the theatre of the Anima Mundi. This is, in fact, the true raison d’être of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele.
As a direct result of its existence, November 2010 saw the publication of the book “Summa Techno(i)logicae”. This work, as implied by its title, is a thoroughly compiled and systematised patchwork reflecting the interests that guide its author’s research. From then on, periodic collaborations with other projects ensued, such as the magazines Finis Mundi, Infernus and Antibothis.
Still under the aegis of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, and always through the establishment of complicities and connections, a number of events were created and carried out in the past six years. This set of actions (with Music as a constant common denominator) has had as its main goal the evocation of the life and work of various figures that have left behind crucial legacies. The people celebrated include the musician John Balance (Coil); the historian of religions Mircea Eliade; the poet and theatre director Antonin Artaud; the philosopher Georges Bataille; and the Japanese writer Yukio Mishima. It is also worth mentioning the series of events spanning along the year 2013, Occult Esoterica AV Gatherings, curated in collaboration with intermedia artist Ana Carvalho.
The proposal made to EdP – Editora do Porto (in the person of its administrator, João Ricardo) for the release of this compilation emerges as a consequence of shared common cosmologies which have gradually been transmuted into friendship, and also of João Ricardo’s encyclopaedic musical knowledge, while the invitations made to the artists taking part in it are the logical result of a chaining together of elective affinities (a process permanently taking place since the first Homeric dawn).

Júlio Mendes Rodrigo
Porto, December 23, anno 2014, era vulgaris


VA – The Golden Bough

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VA

“The Golden Bough”

Et Quid Amabo Nisi Quod Aenigma Est?

Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, a blog founded on January 15 2009, and whose sixth anniversary is commemorated with this release, was envisioned as a space for the nurturing of a “savage thought” (that is, of an undisciplined nature). In its essence, and as an individual project, it aims mostly to be a vehicle for its author’s vast-reaching interests, while at the same time harnessing them into some form of discipline. More than just a reflection on the fascination caused by the themes implicit to its lexical field of action, as shown by the coordinates and key concepts that define the boundaries of its territory, i.e. “Occultism” / “Esotericism”, this virtual space mainly maps some of the topologies enclosed in the History of Ideas. A vast and sometimes ignored area of Knowledge, whose apparently paradoxical character drives a magnetic pull towards the need to identify its true nature, as ubiquitously manifested along various historical cycles, in an unending drama staged in the theatre of the Anima Mundi. This is, in fact, the true raison d’être of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele.
As a direct result of its existence, November 2010 saw the publication of the book “Summa Techno(i)logicae”. This work, as implied by its title, is a thoroughly compiled and systematised patchwork reflecting the interests that guide its author’s research. From then on, periodic collaborations with other projects ensued, such as the magazines Finis Mundi, Infernus and Antibothis.
Still under the aegis of Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, and always through the establishment of complicities and connections, a number of events were created and carried out in the past six years. This set of actions (with Music as a constant common denominator) has had as its main goal the evocation of the life and work of various figures that have left behind crucial legacies. The people celebrated include the musician John Balance (Coil); the historian of religions Mircea Eliade; the poet and theatre director Antonin Artaud; the philosopher Georges Bataille; and the Japanese writer Yukio Mishima. It is also worth mentioning the series of events spanning along the year 2013, Occult Esoterica AV Gatherings, curated in collaboration with intermedia artist Ana Carvalho.
The proposal made to EdP – Editora do Porto (in the person of its administrator, João Ricardo) for the release of this compilation emerges as a consequence of shared common cosmologies which have gradually been transmuted into friendship, and also of João Ricardo’s encyclopaedic musical knowledge, while the invitations made to the artists taking part in it are the logical result of a chaining together of elective affinities (a process permanently taking place since the first Homeric dawn).

Júlio Mendes Rodrigo
Porto, December 23, anno 2014, era vulgaris


various artists – CC Affiliates Mixtape #1

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various artists

“CC Affiliates Mixtape #1”

The global community of Creative Commons Affiliates is starting a new tradition: collectively compiling an annual mixtape of great music from artists using CC licenses. This idea follows the 10-year anniversary mixtape that the European Affiliates put together back in 2012, only this 2015-edition covers the entire globe. We hope that this will be the beginning of an annual tradition: a musical tribute to – and celebration of – the talent of the artists and Creative Commons sharing tools.

The mixtape has been made by the Creative Commons Affiliates – the custodians of the CC licenses in each of these countries – as a fun volunteer side-project to showcase the musical wealth of their countries. This means, and we’d like to highlight this, that these are not artists officially endorsed by Creative Commons, but rather personal favorites of some of those community members advocating sharing culture and promoting the use of CC licenses.

Across the world millions of creators are using Creative Commons licenses to promote and spread their creativity and to find a global audience. Many of these are music artists, performers and songwriters and for this year’s tape a whopping 25 countries have contributed, covering 4 continents of amazing music cultures and artistic talents of all audio trades. Dive in to discover what the world has to offer while at the same time appreciating sharing culture. Enjoy!


Klaus Marten – In A Dream

Klaus Marten

“In A Dream”

I think I finally figured out the point of my own music: I want it to be like those tapes from the movie “V/H/S”, where you just find some random fucked-up tape and watch it and you’re just like “who made this? Where did it come from? How was this even made??!” Anyway, here is some music I made. Enjoy.

Klaus Marten – Sometimes EP

Klaus Marten

“Sometimes EP”

This short collection of tracks, recorded and produced with the feel and appeal of a stripped-down radio session, includes re-imagined acoustic versions of previously recorded songs of mine, and one yet-to-be released song given the same treatment.

Митрий Гранков – Верните Мите!

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Митрий Гранков

“Верните Мите!”

«В 2011 году мы с другом Ховбаем организовывали несколько фестивалей под названием НОРМАЛЬНЫЕ, на которых выступал и я с сольной программой — это были песни собственного сочинения и стихи. Аудиоматериал, представленный на диске «ВЕРНИТЕ МИТЕ!» — часть того, что исполнялось мной на этих выступлениях.

Название «ВЕРНИТЕ МИТЕ!» было выбрано отчасти из-за того, что хотелось получить от слушателей что-то обратно, некий фидбэк. Отзывы были не очень многочисленны, но порой столь неожиданны и позитивны, что доставляли большую радость.»


M-PeX – ODÝSSEIA

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M-PeX

“ODÝSSEIA”

Latest album by M-PeX, his 5th on Enough Records is a double album. It draws it’s inspirations from two odysseys: Homero’s and Kubrik’s. The first cd, sub-titled “Prologus” is entirely acoustic, with M-PeX on the Portuguese guitar and André Coelho on double bass. The second cd is titled “Epilogus”, adding electronic elements to the sounds and featuring additional guest artist DJ X-Acto providing some additional electronics and scratch sounds. Artwork by Marco Madruga.

Greg Reinfeld – Spring Cleaning

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Greg Reinfeld

“Spring Cleaning”

Tape Kalimba
Kalimba Waltz
Drum Jam #1
Mayor of Silicon Valley
Viola Picking
Five Everyday Rules About Animule Behavior
New Definition of Torture
Drum Jam #2
Barrel Organ Set at an Open Mic
Spring Cleaning
Consensual Sex with a Circus Monkey
Namedropper’s Disease
Love Song on Virginia State Schools
Blog Pilot

Fryvolic Art – Crashendo

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Fryvolic Art

“Crashendo”

Fryvolic Art is back with the third instrumental album “Crashendo”. Why “Crescendo”? Because “Crescendo does not have to be Crashendo”.

Ethernet Orchestra – Diaspora

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Ethernet Orchestra

“Diaspora”

“Diaspora” is the debut album from the Ethernet Orchestra, an Internet based music ensemble exploring intercultural tele-improvisation. It is a compilation of live freely improvised vignettes from performances recorded between 2009-2014. It features musicians from a diverse range of cultures and musical traditions performing simultaneously between Iran and Australia via North America, Canada, Brazil and Europe. Distance is embodied in the material quality of the works, which not only serves as testament to the technological achievement of such a project but also forms part of the grain of the medium itself.

During this period we also had the great fortune to collaborate with the late Richard Lainhart, who is featured on many of the recordings. Ethernet Orchestra would like to dedicate this album to Richard, whose passion and generosity touched us all and his music continues his presence in our lives.

The album also contains works from the “Distant Presences” trilogy of performances. These events included networked VJs Helen Varley Jamieson, Neil Jenkins, Graziano Milano and Michael Szpakowski mixing live cinematic visual collages in the audiovisual platform VisitorsStudio, which can be viewed from diasporasound.wordpress.com/vjmixes

Roger Mills
(Sydney, Australia, December 2014)


Bad Night Moon Shadow – Bad Night Moon Shadow

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Bad Night Moon Shadow

“Bad Night Moon Shadow”

All Songs written and recorded by Jared C. Balogh from 1997 to 2005.

Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Bass, Keyboard, Mini Organ, Sound Effect and Vocals: Jared C. Balogh

Vocals and Lyrics- Lisa A. Farrow and Jared C. Balogh

All Instruments Played By: Jared C. Balogh

Vocals- Pete Pasko on Track 15 “Wonder”

The band name Bad Night Moon Shadow is a play on the opposite wording of The Beatles song “Good Day Sunshine”.

Songs released on Altered State Reflections in 2008 and 2013


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