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.
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.
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
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.
“O detector de terramotos (earthquake detector) não é uma ideia minha. Alguém disse a frase e eu, por via de apropriação, dei-lhe novos significados. A audiência talvez encontre algo escutado, dito, visto anteriormente. Por fim, acrescentarei, que utilizei, no processo, uma técnica de colagem de livre combinação (de textos, filmes, música, conversas com pessoas conhecidas e desconhecidas, na rua, no café, pelo Skype e email, bem como conferências sobre ufologia, tecnologia e consciência e ainda numa visita ao veterinário).”
– Ana Carvalho
Zeekat does this, because it’s a fairly cheap hobby that doesn’t require going out often. Project was started when enough musical equipment was collected allowing to engage in an activity that won’t ruin the eyesight. Influences include Ozric Tentacles, Porcupine Tree, Boards of Canada, The Orb and some low key existential dread.
Guitars, bass, synths, sequencing, (electro-magnetic) field recordings, knob twirlings, production – Zeekat (Lukasz Padzik)
The second volume of collected early works spans the years 1994 to 2001, when I was twenty-three to thirty years old.
Most of these pieces are either unreleased or have been out of print for decades.
Some of my more drone-based work from this early period has ended up on this volume of work.Free to download for those who can’t afford it, or pay something if you can afford it and want to support what I do.
Dominic Razlaff (aka DR) is an ambient musician from Braunschweig, Germany. Interested in making music since 2007 he bought his first synthesizer (Novation Xio) in 2009. Currently he uses classic subtractive synthesis, granular synthesis, field recordings and tape loops to create evolving, melancholy ambient/drone soundscapes.
The topic of this EP is the state of being, the shifts in thinking and the question of identity, when the country you were born in does no longer exist on the political map of the world. Thoughts on this topic were gathered from various Lithuanian artists in order to compose this EP, which was initially a performance for a group exhibition “I Was Born in a Country That No Longer Exists” presented in 2017, in Duisburg, Germany.
Here is some indeterminate music for vague wars. You may wish to keep it on at a low volume level in the background, perhaps as an accompaniment to reading or even writing. Ignore it. Nothing will happen.
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