Spirit Redux is a set of previously unreleased tracks, 1 and 2 were outakes from Spirit Replica, 3 from Hypnos.
Recorded between 2014-2017.
Track 1 recorded at Bedford Hollow.
Track 2 and 3 recorded at Seamonster Sound by Mike Baker.
Linden Pomeroy is a musician and sound artist based in Worthing, West Sussex UK, applying field recordings, tapes, voice and treated guitars into compositions from expansive drones, to delicate ambient ballads.
Released by Pilot Eleven Netlabel (PE19) on 23 March 2019 under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license CC BY-SA 4.0.
On Wooden Mirrors: Daniel Barbiero, double bass (left channel); Cristiano Bocci, double bass (right channel)
On From a Concourse: Daniel Barbiero, double bass; Cristiano Bocci, live electronicsRecorded live in the studio August 2017 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.
Cristiano Bocci: Engineering & mixing.
Photographs by Cristiano Bocci
In the mood … for evolution.
Walls of machine tones.
Soon to be upgraded. Again.The music by illocanblo can be perceived as rather contemporary art instead of classic electronic or IDM.
His production process consists certain artistic techniques. The machines are fed with his mood and
partially put in generative mode and automated. So illocanblo is like a duo of a human and a machine.
Sticky and cold silicone sealants, spades and screwdrivers allow you to forget the crippling life threatening drama of Strict, Event and Resistance. Another pile-up of sand which was forcefully shaped into something comprehensible and mostly even danceable. Disclaimer – the danceable part is evaluated by the rhythmical insanity of the brain in control of the sequencer. Apply incorrectly and it’ll break your spine.
The wonderful comeback of Gabriele Ragonesi for Florence, one of the most interesting musician out there. His first opus with In Your Ears , was one of the most downloaded in our history.
This work is amazing, plenty of music form prog to rock, from post rock to jazz. Gabriele plays every instruments, is the producer and the recorder, and plays a gentle and affascinating music.Dark Passenger is the perfect journey, take the ride.
The artwork is, like the first work, of the talented William Santiago from his serie “ Zabele “. All is well with Gabriele.
A special thanks to Gabriele Ragonesi, one of the people that is why we are on this.
z(xW+yW) is a solo project of Kecap Tuyul started spring 2018 while experimenting different ways to generate low volume feedback with small gear : for instance with one contact microphone and one 1W battery-powered amplifier. It was initially thought as lo-fi version of the “Failure Circle” project work with chaotic feedback system of the no-input mixer in a more portable way, but finally took a quite different direction, with a more tactile & acoustic dimension.
3×2(1W+18V) is the first published album of this project. It was recorded in june 2018 with lo-fi means (cell phone and a cheap digital recorder). Each track is a mix of two improvisations played with the most primitive form of z(xW+yV) : one contact microphone, one 1W battery-powered amplifier and two guitar effects (overdrive and equalization).
M.A.K.T. Sono (Magali Albespy and Kecap Tuyul)’s second album « 11 songs » is made of selected and edited improvisations recorded during the “M.A.K.T. Sono (sans sono)” residency at Le Magasin – Laboratoire de permanence chorégraphique (Mathieu Heyraud) – Saint-Etienne – November 4-9 2018.
Since their beginnings in February 2018 the duo has been working with modular set-ups that are likely to provoke unstable situations (like the soundbox, analog synthesizer and no-input mixer used in their first album “If you were a clarinet”). This time they played with microphones, voices, analog synthesizers, and small battery-powered amplifiers, forming a modular set-up whose elements can be interconnected in various ways. They also experimented the integration of some song-material in their improvisations.
Videos : https://magalialbespy.wordpress.com/residence-au-magasin/
Dafna Naphtali – live sound processing & voice
Hans Tammen – endangered guitar
Mechanique(s) is the New York-based duo of Dafna Naphtali and Hans Tammen — live computer-based electronics and audio processing, endangered guitar and voice. In their active collaboration since 1998, the duo probes and playfully undermines the overlap of various elements of their technical and aesthetic practices. With Naphtali’s interactive processed sound/noise system and 4-octave vocal range, and Tammen’s mechanical and energetic laptop manipulations of modified guitars, the duo sets out on a crazed collision course of the acoustic and the electronic – all along the route paying homage (in a twirl of the radio dial) to music concrete, free jazz and European improvised music, as well as the contemporary classical and all manner of non-Western musics.
This album is a live recording of a performance in Schenectady, NY in 2009. Zachary Seldess provided the live visuals processing, an image of which is used for the album design.
Written using virtual machines controlled by haunting Taoist infernal dreams inspired hands. Driven by the awareness of the plaguing fact that the artist has to compete with others by implementing his own ideas, not attached to anything in particular but his mind only. Showing features of artist’s body, heart and soul while he’s being in a state of a magical drive. A theater of mashing abstractions sampled and processed ideas, where complex beats and smashing sounds emerge to evoke energy and will inside the listener’s mind.
A powerful trip ambient trip into the woods of a long winter, some steps into the snow and his rumours. Wonderful and terrible at the same time.
DR, born 1982, is a sound artist from Lower Saxony, Germany. Uses synthesizers, acoustic instruments (Ukulele & Cavaquinho ) field recordings, tape loops & granular synthesis to create melancholy ambient / drone soundscapes.
it is called “Nina Sergejewna”, the main person in a beautiful book from Lydia Tschukowskaja
“The perfect failure (?) vol. 6 : Imperfect failures”
Even bad things come to an end! This is the 6th and last volume of the perfect failure (?) / l’échec parfait (?). I must admit I failed to find any real or perfect failure among all the sounds submitted. Each of them inspired me for building interesting sound blocks, imagining new composition tactics, blurring the distinction between what I can find “good” or “bad” – although I won’t deny that many of these sounds were somehow headache-inducing when played on repeat while working on this 5 hours long mix. Will you love-hate all these “Imperfect failures” as much as I did while patiently gathering them during 7 years?
Many thanks to all the contributors who trusted me enough to send their secret / questionable material : 3/2, A.D. du nord, Ayato, Benoît Rouits, Charles premier, Cocotte Sapiens, David Pomlait, Doedelzak, Extrasystole, Gavin Prior, Half Evidence, Hellsings, Janne Nummela, Jules Valentin, The Kiriks, Luxalove, M.A.K.T. Sono, Mata-Hari, Natalia Kamia, Onde Poussière, Philippe Desclais, psph.S, Siu, tay_ploops, Torbill, Xavier Mussat, XtetX Ensemble, Yoshiwaku, 3HNT– and some anonymous people. I shamelessly contributed to this with some of the worst recordings of my solo projects Kecap Tuyul and Failure Circle.
Latest album from long term Enough Records collaborator Martin Rach from Lithuania, exploring some Unfinished Loops in his usual tripstep jazz influenced way. Expect eerie settings, deep wobbling bass sounds, cinematic constructs and strong silences dominating the structure of the tracks. Artwork by Martin Rach and ps.
“for in ember load dark ribs ere cedar of rotten deed in no grace soever”
01. GERALD FIEBIG – From A to B (Munich Time-Slip) 08:42
02. TRIBE OF ASTRONAUTS – Exterior Machine Unit 09:36
03. TONI DIMITROV – Backyard Rain 10:04
04. HgM – Cimitero Monumentale, Avgvsta Tavrinorvm 07:22
05. DREKKA – 45°45’03.1″N 4°49’13.7″E 27.IX.2018 18:23 11:43cover art by Claus Poulsen
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