El Pilar Azul, now as a stable band after the addition of Daniel Benavides and Cristian Munoz, present two new songs: “Double Reality” and “54”.The fact that they have already worked as a group grade and gives the music a new air. The guitars back in charge and thus a greater role in “Double Reality” we find a song more direct and forceful than the previous album “Diciembre” while the theme “54” is a fantastic instrumental, with rythm changes that will not leave you indifferent.
>From now on, we wonder what the next album will offer, with “# 2” opened a new path or are playing to confuse us? We look forward to hearing more from them.
A sinister vision of the future, described in apocalyptic poetry with menacing instrumentals as the background. A show of non-compromising authenticity, a mysterious musician with a unique vision, with a will to experiment and shock the listener on every curve.
Effluvia is proud to present another collaborative work with Laetitia Schteinberg of Ars Sonor. Her last release on my little netlabel of sheer, unquestioned brilliance was an epic joint effort between more than a dozen artists, and though only one of those fellow sound manipulators joins with Sonor here, it is no less epic, challenging, and empowering. Another wonderful industrial statement on art at large, Meklabor (dmitry Vlasov) is the one who joins. Originally appearing on Effluvia as Sunburzt, here he brings his colorful sonic abrasive rhythms that glitch, crackle, expand, and shatter the inner menagerie, and never before has the shattering glass of lovecrafted critters of glass so punch-packing. Four tracks where these rhythms echo through haunted dance floors and cemetery raves. A filter of psychonautic junkyard bliss that will surely get your blood pumping with synapse pleasing vibrations, though don’t get the vibe that these tracks aren’t still a challenge to the untrained ear. A Rorschach test of psychedelic catacombs that may tickle something less pleasant than the funny bone. All of this mixed perfectly with Ars Sonor. Broad, dense ambient tundras as far as the ears can hear, a distant blizzard screaming whispers of despair inside your dreaming head, yet with such ecstasy at the same time. This album, as masterfully conjured as anything I’ve heard of either of these musical savants, will sure digest well for your ears. Falling through corridors, fingers bleeding into the reeds, the volcanoes wait for the footsteps to ascend, loudly, with a rhythm your arachnid ears cannot ever hope to hear. Thank you very much for your lovely sounds Meklabor, and to Laetitia Schteinberg, I hope, we hope, that you are doing well!
Subterrestrial presents “Echotron” a unique mix of deep ambient soundscapes and retro lounge/exotica tracks featuring analog synths and drum machines. The tracks are arranged like an LP with the ambient material on “Side A” while “Side B” features the more beat-oriented tracks. Depending on your musical interests you’re bound to enjoy at least one side of this “virtual LP,” maybe both?
Though I had images of a portual town as Graham Greene visited on his travels, I doubted very much if ‘Port Saïd’ would have been the right title.
I also thought of ‘Cargo.’ I am surprised by the calmness of the piece, and a feeling of warm summer days. At some points it feels like walking through narrow winding streets.
Some of the tapes I used in this radio performance contained snippets of conversations, meetings, evenings with friends, all bringing back memories that lay dormant on one of the shelves of my subconsciousness. It was a pleasure to go there again.
‘Return’ was first played 18. january 2012 on the radio show ‘A Maïzing Session With…’ hosted by Anton Mobin in his apartment in Paris.
I used various cassette players and dictaphones, an effect pedal and a small box full of tapes.
This is the first album by Granjaescuela, previously published on Bandcamp and consists of 12 tracks. They admit the influence of bands like Hella or Lightning Bolt, but more funny. 16 minutes that will not leave you indifferent. Welcome to Granjaescuela!
Sincro celebrates five years of activity as a netlabel with its tenth release. “Menesunda” is an eclectic special compilation of full lenght, that includes artists from all Argentina, together with important guests from South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
.at/on (Ukraine), Dysarthria (Argentina), Fisternni (Argentina), Frank Benkho (Chile), Mezzo (Argentina), restive (South Africa), Sinux (Argentina), Termotank (Argentina) and Y:E:T (Ukraine/Japan) are taking part of it.
VALVE #034 IS NOW READY FOR DOWNLOADING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
artist: Pregnant Spore
title: “Garden Performance”
2. From Wayzata To White Bear Lake, through Golden Valley, Bryn Mawr, Saint Anthony and Highlight Park
3. End Of June
4. Color Of Bloom
5. Foliage Wheel
6. Variegated Grasses
7. What You Did To My Stomach Lining
8. Orchard (live @ Black Smoke Lodge, Mayo, MD 8.24.11)
Bio/statement: “pregnant spore is justin marc lloyd on electronics, voice, space heater, music stand & tapes.”
– 8 tracks of sound-abstract-weird-experimental-noise
– as always…..
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Release shaped deeply personal musical exploration; the end result is recorded on this album. Using the new workflow and record sound base is tailored from carefully recorded outside shots elements, combined with a sound analogy, the sound that comes out of the primordial darkness, devoid of earthly laws, sound ribbed electronic shamanism with massive sound spaces filled with pulsating rhythmic waves. Album smooth and warm furnishings are still somewhat more ambiguous, leaving listeners a room to find theirs version of the journey through sinister and mysterious world of recorded sounds.
Hydra is the solo project by catalan artist Adrià Bofarull. Bofarull has been involved in various electroacoustic projects focusing its compositional approach on the idea of sampler. This L’Antimatèria its the third instalment on the series of releases focused on that very project.Before, Hydra has been released in Exp_Net netlabel (curated by good friend Javier Piñango) and self released as a CDr through good old Myspace platform.
the newest from pan y rosas is follow lonely roads by last king of poland, who describes it as a piece about alienation. using a vocal processor and a loop pedal, lkop transforms his voice and the feedback generated within the recording space into machine drone loops that give way to echo chamber chorus and lonely droid bird cries. throughout the piece satellites return from deep space in search of communion; pulsing swirls throb and fade; and low tone monastery ambiance counts the ebb and flow of breaths.
Evolution, Absorption’s first solo release with Faturenet Recordings showcases a master class in production and innovation.
When it comes to dark ambient and experimental music creation Absorption are true leaders in this genre and this intensely rich and inspiring experience should be held on to forever and shared beyond the stars.
David Pugh: Synths, e-bow, drum loops, samples, mixing and production.
Paul Groom: Vocals/vox, guitar, bazouki.
Georgina Groom: Vocals.
litmus0001 – Kerguelen
Part I of Australis Transoceanic
(Kreislauf Extra 014)01 This Sacred Written Cold, Pt 1 (15:12)
02 Hymne Aux Vents (12:50)
03 Secret Prayer Of Age & Returning (11:21)
04 They See Tracking (9:57)
Moving through the rubble, the carnage, the wreckage, the ruin, the dystopia, the effluvia, dwelling in an environment destroyed, among mutants with eyeballs dripping from sockets, the sun shines red and moves sporadic across the sky, so that no spiritual solace could be found a rhythm that cannot be found. There are those coughing on the harsh profaning smoke, yet proclaiming in noisy prayer that it’s all alright. Habits sending our species to an early grave, and we let it happen. There are many who don’t, who renounce these sporadic ways and invent God, they invent God by composing, by coming together and fighting for a just cause, by fasting in the woods, by loving one another unconditional, by ridding compulsion from their lives, from returning to the power of their dreams and the fruitful gifts of this world, and yet through such a damaged filter this can be incredibly difficult. So artists are met with many plights, which in nature’s continuum, extends in their art, their growth, their genetic mapping of emotion. Ars Sonor is a musician whose innermost thoughts trickle down every solid rock she erodes from the earth in the form of foreboding, empowering, tortured, loving pieces of music. Uncompromising and true, my respect for this artist would be difficult to exaggerate. The artist behind Ars Sonor, Laetitia Schteinberg, indeed has undergone many anxious and unpleasant feelings and experiences, which I will not delve into, but through her insistence of inventing this heavenly celestial body, a miracle has brought a triumphant work of pure poetry. Joined by over sixteen different artists, each collaborating with the galactic dream of Sonor’s genius in different tracks, what you have is a masterpiece of collaboration. Blessed with some of the most masterful soundscapers of the true underground, all tracks evoke something entirely different, so I won’t hop too deeply into praise (as much as I’d love to). What cannot go unsaid though, is that despite the versatility, seemingly endless, there is a special concentrated aura to this work as a whole. Put together, this record feels cohesive and articulate. All of the artists concerned, I thank you deeply. Thank you Production Unit Zero. Thank you Hal McGee. Thank you Zreen Toyz. Thank you B.Lone Engines. Thank you William Spivey. Thank you Ethnomite Pux. Thank you Meklabor. Thank you The Implicit Order. Thank you Takadatek. Thank you Amok III. Thank you Mystified. Thank you Roberto Lazzarino. Thank you 3bc. Thank you Peninsolar & Mark Moody. Thank you Consistency Nature. Thank you for your strengthening rhythms, your frozen and smoldering ambient dreams, your wonderful samples from inner alien planets, your wonderful new species of sound grazing tundras of beautiful neoclassical multidimensional trenches. Thank you for coming together and being the stroma of a divine presence. And thank you Ars Sonor, for giving a heart to this work of pure magic, giving a brain to this God amidst the rubble, the carnage, the wreckage, the ruin, the dystopia, the effluvia, of your life and the life of all those who have bodies to suffer with.
01 ~ Sinus Force ~ Technostar ~ 5:41
02 ~ Sinus Force ~ Die innere Unruhe ~ 4:48
03 ~ Sinus Force ~ Polymorphism ~ 3:21
04 ~ Sinus Force ~ Sinus therapy ~ 5:48
05 ~ Sinus Force ~ Morgenrot ~ 1:42
06 ~ Sinus Force ~ Rising force ~ 6:54
07 ~ Sinus Force ~ Schmerz (2011 reedit) ~ 2:58
08 ~ Sinus Force ~ Krzml ~ 4:55
09 ~ Sinus Force ~ Träumerythmen (2011 reedit) ~ 3:16
10 ~ Sinus Force ~ Albträumerythmen ~ 4:38
11 ~ Sinus Force ~ Rave (Outro) ~ 1:11
get the mp3 (320kbps) as zip | release on archive.org | release on sonicsquirrel.net
“When he wins a battle, the warrior celebrates. This victory has cost him anxious moments, nights racked with doubt, endless days of waiting. Since ancient times, celebrating a triumph has been part of the ritual of life itself: celebration is a rite of passage. His companions see the warrior of light’s joy and think: ‘Why is he doing that? He might be disappointed in his next battle. He might draw down on himself the wrath of his enemy.’ But the warrior knows why he is celebrating. He is savouring the best gift that victory can bring: confidence. He celebrates yesterday’s victory in order to gain more strength for tomorrow’s battle.” by Paulo Coelho
Tag Cloud (Chris Videll) started in 2009 as a series of obscure experiments with field recordings and has come to include analog electronics, fx, cheap keyboards, metal percussion, shruti box, etc. Best described at this point as “electroacoustic sound sculpture and carpets of drone”. On Named Entities he performs on analog electronics, sk1, monotron, shruti box, gongs, tibetan bowls, bells, pedals, fx, processing, pitch pipe.
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