Old, but not dead yet.
The ocean of Air is still our vast home.
Take a deep breath, soon.Happy New Yeahh, dear citizen of Earth, stellar inhabitants and lifeforms in alternate dimensions. Our new ambassador of peace, relaxation and serious joy, Sami Konzo, brings you three marvelous tunes directly from Skt. Petersburg to your ears. Please enjoy the tracks as much as we did & do.
“erasing memories” was an idea developed for music to live and die on stage. Taking the past concept of music that dies on stage, Carlos Suero composed this unique piece of one hour, with various segments within, for this purpuse only. But, after reconsidering the idea of losing these tracks for ever; and having talks with friends, he decided to release it in order to making it avalable for everyone that couldn´t make to that night.
The night was the concert played the 17/11/2018 and organised by RATORMOUTE in Madrid.
The day after he set up the instruments again like the night before and performed the same concert this time in the studio.
The music included here is without cuts or extras added, its is exatcly as it was the night before; live.
Recorded at HomeStudios (Madrid).
Mastered by CSH at HomeStudios (Madrid).
This album is about beat impressionism, when the beat does not make the rhythm, but the mood instead. Breakcore and IDM inspired mess of beats and breaks and plastic.
When I was a child I used to gather all the wooden, metal and plastic boxes to make my “drum set”. I played my drums with spoons and sang aloud: “The cat has cometh!”. My passion for rhythmic music never faded, so, after growing up I still gathered all wooden, metal and plastic samples to make my virtual drum set.
I like when the beat is not merely a metronome, even my favourite rock bands have drummer leaders – “Magma” with Christian Vander and “高円寺百景” with Tatsuya Yoshida. I like when the beat is flow, when it creates melody, when it gives tempo not only by beating the drum faster or slower but by creating the feeling of speed or chill. I do not intend to create a total abstract avant-garde mess, which ceases to sound musical, instead, I want to create the impressionist-like approach, when complex structures give rise to clear and almost tangible impressions.
This “beat impressionism” might sound a bit harsh to an untrained ear, because that is how massive plastic sounds like. Just like metal music is basically harsh rock, so my plastic music is harsh IDM.
Most of the tracks were created 15 years ago. Maybe they were ahead of time? Or maybe they sound like your childhood? Because they definitely sound like my childhood.
KMPST brings the best of the Moscow underground electroacoustic free improv tablet electronica and marks the beginning of a new exciting era on top-40.org with back-to-the-roots hidden gems, original hits, and more entertaining explorations of the unknown.
KMPZ SESSIONS are designed as an acoustic labyrinth without exits but with many escape routes through paradoxical gaps in the aural continuum. Primordial, almost shamanic rhythms meet futuristic mech-a-droids in the vortex of high-freq noises and digital glitches, Amnesia Scanner versus self-mutated Autechre audio algorithms, dark soundscapes, and Muslimgauze’esque faux ethnic vibes.
The opening track KMPZ 015, a rudimentary clicks’n’çutz dark breakbeat anthem, sends us off on a rather epic hour-long journey through an abstract experimentalist interacoustic universe. From suspenseful, uncanny deep dub pulsations on KMPZ 001 to a slowly unfolding, swampy bass micro-ambient soundscape KMPZ 004, with a slightly attenuated KMPZ 008’s distant motive and granular proto-rhythmic vibrations and entrancing melodies of KMPZ 012, KMPST presents a compelling yet highly abstract musical story.
WHΛLT THISИEY selects and mixes music for the mind and body in the same
quantities that emerge from encounters between the past and the present,
drawing beauty of the commonplace, wiping, polishing it, giving it life
again, so to produce the same effect with the original freshness and
spontaneity, a mirror that transforms, absorbs and reflects.Released by Pilot Eleven Netlabel (PE018) 1 January 2019.
Musician specialized mind science, with the study of human
behaviour in relation to the mind. Since 2005 has been known under a
handful of disposable aliases and secondary handles before sticking
predominately assuming the role of “Nurses With Knives”.collections
of noise, found sound and musique concrete are present in the
recordings with a film score climatic edge with samples taken from
Master Lampé has come a long way, been traveling Between The Worlds, releasing on Soupherb and Phobos amongst other labels. His productions have hijacked many festival PAs last months, like Boom, Lost Theory or Wonderland and received massive support and feedback from DJs and dancers.
So we at Digital Diamonds are very pleased to present you 2nd EP by Lampé on our label: Three progressive techno crackers that proof his sophisticated sound design and cinematic production skills.
The cherry on the top is a crunching and stomping Joseph Disco remix of Crystal Cave, which is Joseph’s debut track on Digital Diamonds at the same time. All in all a dope EP – Listen and repeat!
Nenormalizm Recs. – New Year Gifts 2018
Various Artist Music CompilationCatalog ID: [NrM083]
Style: IDM, Uptempo, Braindance, GlitchCompiled and mastered by Ilya Bitekhtin
Art cover and layout by Daniel Glaser
Detroit sound artist and producer Rich Sudney goes dark this time with his release Autumn Rehearsal. Having a deeper sound then his previous releases, DF-5 takes a hibernating attitude fit for the winter months. Deep, dark and deliberate but not void of his signature musical structure. Few are more reminiscent of sound tracks from the movie Koyaanisqatsi. Others are just uplifting as usual. Rich Sudney directs us in his sound to ready us for rehearsal.
compilation to celebrate the 16th birthday of netlabel 20kbps rec.
It’s today 16 years ago that a very special netabel named 20kbps rec was born & looks it’s all grown up! It even got the legal age to drink and get laid! Whoohoo!
L0BIT is extremely proud and excited to bring you a very, very, very special compilation! It’s not just a compilation; it’s an entire birthday party, celebrating 16 years of the fabulous 20kbps.
The most wonderful stand out lobit netlabel in the entire galaxy! Come on and join the festive party, we got the drinks the drugs and especially all the music humans and animals alike will enjoy! From wonderful lobit techno melodies, to lobit metal, lobit acid, lobit pop and unexplainable independent lobit music forms! It’s a blast!! And absolutely freely available! That means it comes at no costs! Unbelievable, but true! But hey; it’s a party after all!
Every track comes with a short review and there’s even a foreword by origami repetika.
Santi’s original “Music, the Only Way” tells a playfully dystopian story: “In a not so far away retro-future, a group of self-aware, compassionate robots have taken upon themselves the task of resolving humanity’s oldest paradox: its tendency for endless destruction and chaos despite its longing for boundless creativity and joy.
After a thorough examination of humanity’s greatest attempts and defeats, they have come to a consensus. All other previous paradigms and executions have failed. Music is the only way to save the humans”.
In this special compilation which marks the 50th release of Tropical Twista Records, five stunningly diverse producers come on board and recreate their unique renditions of Santi’s dark yet light-hearted space odyssey.
Acknowledgments: Santi extends his special thanks to Ivan Palmegiani for his tasteful curation of this compilation.
This time around, the VA Christmas release is a more chilled out selection of tracks is mostly ambient or chill, with a couple of more beat driven tracks mixed in for good measure.
Mainly unreleased artists have been showcased this time around, with a few regulars (4T Thieves, Rephazer, Faex Optim) appearing and a lot of up and coming talent which may appear on Kahvi in the future. Designed to let you drift into your thoughts, imagining distant unknown places beyond the stars.
It’s the end of the year and as always we want to present something special to you.
SK’P is back with his detailed and clean sound compositions which already fascinate us, make us dream and forget the time. Better still, he brought a mutual friend with him this time. We knew the whole time that they fit together perfectly, but now we can experience how the completion of this connection finally takes place. We’re obviously talking about the ever more productive GESO, who in between his always fantastic visual appearances thought of something special for us and lets us immerse ourselves in some completely symmetrical 360º videos, interspersed with complicated details that we want to and can explore again and again – with a completely subjective perception and always different.
You know Sk’p and his precise micro cuts, squeaky clean beat works and joyful synth works. Put these two in a mixer and you have another fine release with infinite replay value that invites you to think about our prejudices about paradise, distant futures and multiple ways that we wish they hadn’t taken.
Here you can find the portfolio with all the 360 VR videos:
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.
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.
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.
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.
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