Klaus Marten – Take Me With You

Klaus Marten

“Take Me With You”

Klaus Marten was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and lives in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York, where he spends his days working, hanging out with friends, buying records, and making music on his laptop. The varied influences of My Bloody Valentine, Smashing Pumpkins, Brian Wilson, Animal Collective, The Ventures, The Beatles, Sonic Youth, Deerhunter, and Japancakes (among others) provide a basis for his guitar-based music, which combines shoegaze, rock, surf, country, general experimentation, and other muddled-together genres into broad-ranging tracks as simple as solo guitar works and as complex as lush dream-pop soundscapes…and everything in between.

Klaus Marten – Master Tape

Klaus Marten

“Master Tape”

Hi, my name is Klaus Marten, I am based in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY, and I would love it if you could check out my latest release, Master Tape, which is available here: https://klausmarten.bandcamp.com/album/master-tape. My music I guess could be described as generally experimental, shoegaze-leaning, but mostly guitar-based and often laden in reverb. I think my music is something different: it is oftentimes abstract, in a way that gets your attention, but also in a way that allows you to apply your own meaning to it. I have heard some really interesting interpretations of my stuff in other reviews, and would be fascinated to have your take on it as well. I would hugely appreciate it if you could take the time to listen, and I hope to hear from you soon!


Aortha, Generation Skweee, Roomdark – Mouskins


Aortha, Generation Skweee, Roomdark


This musical triptych dedicated to the Belarusian group of intuitive improvisation Knyaz Mishkin.

Soni Sfardati – Sāqiya


Soni Sfardati


“Sāqiya gazes at history. Beautiful sounds, coming from the sea. Music scores written by amanuenses. Tarantellas intertwined in baroque embroideries, in a game of disguise, on allusive grooves. Bright and colorful wonders. Virtuous words drawn from an endless dictionary at the crossroads of cultures: Arab, French, and above all Spanish. Stories of encounters, exchanges, smiles, yet stories of oppression.”

the human grizzly – songs about ice and blood


the human grizzly

“songs about ice and blood”

new concept album by the human grizzly. it tell the story of a dangerous adventure in the far north. inspired by real events.

Simon Waldram – Haven’t We Met Before? The Songs of Simon Waldram


Simon Waldram

“Haven’t We Met Before? The Songs of Simon Waldram”

We warmly welcome our new artist Simon Waldram from Nottinghamshire, UK.
Simon’s music is a nice blend of indie pop, psych-folk, rock, lo-fi and various experimental stuff. He released his first songs back in 2009 and this album should be seen as an introduction to his work. It contains 15 handpicked songs from 2009-2014. Hope you will enjoy it, as much as we do.

V/A – Anti-Chiptune Chiptune



“Anti-Chiptune Chiptune”

At TWG, we’ve always pushed the odd, the weird, and the emotionally robust. In celebration of the more esoteric corners of the chiptune stratosphere we’ve compiled 19 tracks from some of chiptune’s most notable and talented purveyors of “what?” to showcase what can be done when the term chiptune is examined. From scene veterans as prolific as Alex Mauer and inpuj’s ilkae, to newer blood like Nappes and TWG staples like Guardia and Vegas Diamond. We’ve got the final every Fauxhound track, +Let’s Disinfect!+ covering Bit Shifter’s ‘Activation Theme’ in a folk punk style, an Alex Mauer track written in 1997 and live NES Rom manipulation from DJ NORTON ANTIVIRUS. Plus a whole ton more. Some is unexplainable, some is not chiptune and som is not music, but we hope you enjoy this eclectic selection of oddities. ~~~~Thank you for listening to the ACCSS’ message~~~~
01. Kubbi- Synergy
02. Vegas Diamond- King
03. Nappes- Polar
04. Alex Mauer- Superball
05. Gab Pearson- alcaline pizza (Remix)
06. sandneil- death trebuchet
07. wailord- farming hand
09. Fauxhound- jan{ {{ { 3
10. DJ Norton Antivirus- NES CPU Jam Special Vol, Side A (Take 1)
12. spaceaser- miamiflush
13. Love Through Cannibalism- Rattata’s Moment
14. HunterQuinn- OKdumpster.com
15. Guardia- You Gotta Go
16. MrWimmer- golden
17. ilkae & meek- ‘v’;;)_–==T
18. aaceeprss- numb
19. +Let’s Disinfect!+- Activation Theme (Bit Shifter Cover)

Ishtar – Aqua




A VKRS Netlabel Release : vkrsnl045

I’m yours, you’re mine
Aqua – in aqua

Patterns moving, soul is still
Souls of mine, yours, alive and mutual
Flow unique, united, melt in One
Beyond, beyond, beyond

Aqua – in aqua

“Aqua. Fluid, mutable, silently resilient, magically ubiquitous.

We come from Aqua – the first breath, the final tear.
Aqua is life, boundary, energy, protection, mystery, challenge,
attraction, distance, death, dream, memory. Aqua is simple and
infinite, complex and inexplicable.

This album is Aqua.
Songs melt and echo in each other, glide, evolve and return,
It’s a minute bend in a universal, eternal, flow – it’s a glimpse of
something we all share, the One we wordlessly are.

This album is for my children.
We are Aqua. ”


Various Artists – EdP Sampler V

Various Artists

“EdP Sampler V”

This is the 5th EdP sampler, celebrating free culture from around the globe! Give it a proper listen and don’t forget the previous samplers; great music selection in those too!

Cover art by shutupandance

Alejandro Remeseiro – Storm


Alejandro Remeseiro


Alejandro Remeseiro is a musician and sound artist born in Spain in 1980. Since the year 2003 he has released 30 albums under different names, such as Elias Falken, Thanatorium, Eemian, Prowano Prosper, and The Advanced Antennas. But he his best known in the world of net-labels because of “Konsumprodukt”, a music project which he has released 12 albums. Alejandro has a degree in History and from 5 years ago is investigating the historical aspects of propaganda and sound, the human relations related to conflicts, as well as issues concerning the electroacoustic composition, and boundaries between the listener and the listened work. The aim of his audio works is to create a feeling, a sensation, something that moves and is thought-provoking in the people who listen. His latest sound work, “Storm” is an experimental narrative about the fear of loss, the idea of danger, and control messages. This work is an electroacoustic music project about the Tropical Storm called “Sandy”, which hit the east coast of the United States in October 2012. It is a metaphor about the fear of losing everything that people have, about the fear of death, control messages and disaster prevention. I used the audio of “Civil Defense Alert System” of the United States that could be hearded live during the days that the storm Sandy affected the area of the U.S. East Coast, to build electroacoustic “images” that drives the listener to the sensation of people had during the days of the storm, with the aim of transporting them to situations that not many people faced in their lives.

I.Z. aka IDzeroNo – Asteroid


I.Z. aka IDzeroNo


[onorezdiLP017] Asteroid (Feb. 21. 2014)
You can buy my music here much appreciated : https://onerpm.com/#/disco/profile&album_number=221304477

aKaRoss – C17H13Cl1N4 – EP



“C17H13Cl1N4 – EP”


C17H13Cl1N4 – EP [0kbps056]

01 Bronchospasm
02 Landscape
03 Upjohn
04 Meister Sonata
06 Without Light

MAV [0kbps] Records, February 2014

V.A. – bad comfort – netaudio mix (February 2014)


“bad comfort – netaudio mix (February 2014)”

Thanks to all the artists and netlabels for sharing music freely!
  1. Jari Pitkänen – Hello
  2. Umoja – Fiya!
  3. Konsumprodukt – Cachafeiro Cacique
  4. Opak – Tomed
  5. Sonambient – Reiterate
  6. Bubbaloop – HURTS 1
  7. matteo gomez – moto
  8. Simon Gag – Spacebetweenus
  9. Massimo Ruberti – Sabotage
  10. Syndrôm & Kendall WA – Another One
  11. Zomblaze – Mind Op
  12. bassrack wobama – i gotz elekted lol
  13. Wintermute & Bastard – Funk Renegade
  14. Karaoke Tundra feat. Bleubird – Hellacopter (Jimmy Pé Remix)
  15. Tacomaniacx – Skeletons With Sombreros
  16. Intoxicated Piano – Animosity
  17. Brock Berrigan – Welcome to the Family
  18. Dimitris – Ondine

gift – a EP

Relentless – Document #102013



“Document #102013”

Sébastien Branche: Saxophone
Artur Vidal: Saxophone

Relentless is an experimental sound creation project based on saxophone. Coming from free improvisation, their current proposals are focused on different practices of sound art. Specificities of the performance space, exploration of their musical instruments and ways to relate with the public are the foundations of their work. For the past few years, they have been looking into the relations between dancing, video and improvised music. Relentless is, in a way, the sound layer that settled through these investigations. Long tones, circular breathing, multiphonics, objects, are some recurring elements always renewed in a dialog between an idiom that settles through practice, and the necessity to improvise to create a music that takes into account each sound and each instant in its composition.

Fundstücke – Live




Fundstücke, the duo project of Gunnar Lettow (Hamburg) and Gary Rouzer (Washington DC), began as an online collaboration in 2010. Their debut recording was released in November 2011. They first met and performed together at the 2012 Blurred Edges festival in Hamburg, Germany. The two tracks on Fundstücke Live were recorded later that year during a short East Coast US tour.

Der Erste was recorded on 30 September 2012 at the Atlas Theater in Washington, DC.
Der Zweite was recorded on 27 September 2012 at the Spectrum in NYC.

Gary Rouzer- prepared bass, amplified objects
Gunnar Lettow – präparierter e-bass, electronics

Frank Wilke / Andrè D. – Vertical Theory


Frank Wilke / Andrè D.

“Vertical Theory”

Vertical Theory is the joint work of two musicians, possessed of free improvised music. The music came over the distance of about 1.26843e-10 ly in their head mostly first at nocturnal walks in such diverse regions of Europe as the French Maritime Alps on the one hand and the West German Ruhr area on the other.

Mark Browne – The Prejudices of History


Mark Browne

“The Prejudices of History”

British sound artist, saxophonist and noise maker Mark Browne follows up his 2012 album “Malapert and Erratic” with this EP- featuring improvisations on percussion, bowed guitar,thigh bone and saxophone recorded on the evening of the 7th December 2013.

“The Prejudices Of History”
Or as I remain pleased with part 1, “Malapert and Erratic part 2″
Over the years I have become increasingly aware of what I do as a musician and the need to at least appear to conform to some ideal whether real or imaginary. This may be an attempt to answer the question: What epitaph will adorn my headstone?
It has been documented that I play the saxophone, and indeed this has been the case for around 30 years. The problem comes with the definition of saxophonist. For me picking up a saxophone, alto initially, was required in an effort to undo the learning that I had acquired over several years of classical guitar playing. The guitar still has the feeling of being someone else’s territory and I could not see myself developing in a manner that would create an approach and style that I could call my own. The uniqueness of a musician’s approach struck me as being important at that time, aged 16.
And so the saxophone was selected as my new instrument: its methods and approach being the antithesis of those of the guitar. Looking at some notes from this period it seems that I believed the ideal piece of music (naturally an improvisation) should aspire to infinite variation in dynamics, timbre and colouration, and rhythm. In later years the need for and development of form (rhythm in a wider sense) has become more important.
So the saxophone is not a guitar. Neither are many other instruments. Am I a saxophonist? Am I a percussionist? Probably neither, I am a collector of sound making devices â the saxophone, in a single instrument, fulfils a number of those early requirements. The other instruments are used to augment the repertoire, adding contrast to the saxophone and expanding the music’s soundscape.
As well as a collector, I am an arranger of sounds and occasional organiser of people. Nothing more.
The pieces were all recorded evening Saturday 7th December 2013”
-Mark Browne (from the sleevenotes available as a PDF with the download.

Chris Whitehead – Habitats for Metal Plants


Chris Whitehead

“Habitats for Metal Plants”

Linear Obsessional is delighted to present this new release from Chris Whitehead – A EP of sonic environments to encourage the cultivation of metal plants,with an accompanying detailed PDF guide…

This CD was released simultaneously with Mark Browne’s “The Prejudices of History” (LOR049) – with which it shares some concerns and sounds.

“Since the Industrial Revolution the soil in Britain has changed considerably in its formulation. Where once it almost exclusively consisted of organic matter, it is now likely to hold high levels of metallic elements such as iron, aluminium and copper. Areas where industrial processes took place in the past but have since been reclaimed by nature are particularly rich in this residual metal content.

Plants growing in these environments have, by means of Darwinian natural selection coupled with sheer determination to survive, managed to incorporate various metals into their very DNA. The resulting species display a variety of features only made possible at the point where biology and metallurgy combine.

The aim of this guide is to assist the amateur metallobotanist in identifying these enigmatic plants, and also to instil enthusiasm into those armchair readers who have never searched the disused foundries of Sheffield for a reclusive Cutleri silvaservicia or listened attentively on the hills of West Yorkshire for the soothing sound of a clump of Alpine Cog Daisies (Coggi interlockia) gently turning in the breeze.

The two sound recordings included here have been developed to aid the growth of these unusual plants. By placing a speaker at either side of the specimen (ideally they should be equidistant and each no closer than two feet away) the sound produced will acoustically recreate a very favourable growing environment. Once brought indoors and planted in any kind of container what these organisms miss most are sound vibrations of a metallic nature.

By regularly subjecting your plants to these carefully composed and scientifically tested sounds (about twice a week is the recommended frequency) you should begin to see them flourish and possibly even bear fruit. Of course not all varieties are suitable to collect. Some are protected by law and others are just too bad tempered, quite frankly”

-Chris Whitehead, from the introduction to the booklet “Flora Metallicum Britannica- a field guide to the metallic plants of the Britsh Isles” (included with this download)

Tunnel Rat – The Solipsist EP


Tunnel Rat

“The Solipsist EP”

Tunnel Rat

The Solipsist EP [0kbps052]

01 – Enough Supposing
02 – Timeless Words
03 – Drained Maniacal Deserts
04 – Pulling Mind
05 – No Festivals
06 – Dead Souls Are Already Dead

MAV [0kbps] Records, January 2014

CoEx – I am a strange loop



“I am a strange loop”

styles and sounds as diverse as art rock, kraut, world music, 70s, 90s and current electronic music melt together in a fully unique combination.

we call it “electronic artpop” and as such it offers a plethora of musical experiences. leaving traditional song structures behind, each track tells its own story, ranging from the dub/reggae influenced “ernesto” to the epic “i am a strange loop” which combines folk elements with ethnic drums and ambient style spheric sounds.

not convinced? then start your journey through these vast sound scapes by listening to “transformations”, an ever changing and evolving acoustic work of art.

Violeta Päivänkakkara – Kukkia


Violeta Päivänkakkara


Violeta Päivänkakkara presents “Kukkia”, the follow-up to 2012’s great EPs “Kuu” and “Pimeässä”

Various – Dissonance




Finally after months of organising and collecting submissions, the Kahvi VA for 2013 is here. And as its a special compilation, we’re putting it out as the Christmas release for 2013 also. You’ve got a huge amount of styles and artists on this years VA, from 32 tracks combined to over 2.5 hours of quality music. Be warned that the download is hefty at 500MB for the MP3 version, and the podcast is over 350MB itself.

Artists found on this years VA include some Kahvi regulars including Brioskj, 4T Thieves, Polaski, MigloJE, Madstyle and Acrilic Colours and a lot of guest artists bringing some very interesting flavours to the mix. There are ambient tracks along with retro beat driven acid, something for everybody. We hope you enjoy this years VA, and remember the other Christmas releases from 4T Thieves and Reii released last week.

Tracks of choice are too many to mention but for something really refreshing check out Serhio Efremis – Mystery for a real taste of Russia.

Merry Christmas from all at Kahvi!

Fryvolic Art – Ornaments


Fryvolic Art


Fryvolic Art is one-man-band from Poznan/Poland. Now sharing you not only music, but a deep thought also: music is dead without the listeners. So let it live… What can you expect? Some interesting combination of rock, guitar-chillout with a little classical mood and even metal. Visiting ornaments.fryvolic.pl you will find online-player, download zip file and some place to leave a comment or post a question.

bristophe – le fils de la prophétesse



“le fils de la prophétesse”

bristophe is brice catherin and christophe schweizer.

they play instruments like: cello, trombone, a bit of electronics, maybe some tuba, a touch of clarinet, plus e.g. recorder and other flutes, double bass, alpine horn, voice, bird calls, a few toys, and whatever else they come across that might produce some type of sound.

they improvise.

they are half swiss living in hamburg (germany), half french living in geneva (switzerland).

occasionally both halves meet in one place, and that’s when sound happens.

their first album for pyr, le fils de la prophétesse is a two disc set that clocks in at over two hours. the first disc contains almost sixty miniature improvisations the create a whole. the second disc is more long-form, but the two relate as one.

Nick Rivera – Zamalek


Nick Rivera


Zamalek is an island in Cairo in the middle of the Nile.
But also a neighbourhood, something in between.
This album is about the sky you can’t see from this island and the things that swim in it.
Zamalek is a warm cuddle from your trusted friend, a fist in the nape from your best enemy.

I.Z. aka IDzeroNo – Greatness Awaits


I.Z. aka IDzeroNo

“Greatness Awaits”

[onorezdiLP013] Greatness Awaits (Nov . 17 . 2013)


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