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.
Akauzazte continue to advance in the proposal raised in their previous albums, music that combines primitive and avant-garde, industrial sounds, elements of folklore euskaldun own as well as Asian and African traditional music, distortion, thunderous, disturbing acoustic passages, obsessive loops electronic manipulation techniques. Throughout the 59-minute “Akauzazte Danok” different layers of electric and acoustic guitars, multiple loops and various melodic structures evolve slowly but intensely, and weave a dense spider web that traps us We quietly and slow asphyxiation. The group creates textures that are abrasive, rough, scratchy and hard. Sound blocks and cause repeated insistently hypnotic effect while percussion, tribal in nature, underpins the framework with strong rhythms and wild force. A show of dazzling beauty and at the same time of great brutality tight and difficult compositions but also liberating and cathartic.
Miguel Pipa dá-nos a ouvir as entranhas das suas maquinarias e quinquilharia. Através do “circuit-bending” – técnica que explora percursos alternativos nos circuitos impressos – ele guia-nos por uma viagem electrizante, mas não sem alguns percalços!
Sound artist and radio producer, the sound recording and the sound effects are the essential elements of his work of composition. Born in 1979, Anthony Baron lives in Paris and works where the improvisation and the sound creation is going full swing in the world. It is under the name of Anton Mobin that he produces his radio creations and that he occurs on stage. Anton Mobin’s sound activities evolve in two universes: the improvised music and the radio art. He defines himself his initiative in the continuity of the concrete music: his approach is directed on the listening of the sounds of the everyday life and their use in the radio composition, to develop an “extensive” concrete music.
Collision at Epsilonia (January 12, 2012)
Live performance for the Radio Programme Epsilonia dedicated to experimental music. It is broadcasted each thursday on Radio Libertaire, Paris / France (89.4 FM) from 22PM to midnight (GMT+1)
After the end of Proyecto:Estragos, Zeus decides to focus on his personal project, El Pilar Azul. Composed, recorded and produced this first collection of songs with the title of “Diciembre”, a hard intense, sincere and very deep. Here, the guitars, so present in his previous records, they give rise to the keyboards and add new colors to the musical palette of Zeus. For La Gramola Netlabel is no coincidence that this is our first reference, by the appreciation and admiration we have for this genius.
Lone producer & DJ emerged from the mists of the Montseny massif, tireless walker, woods and riversides lover, Watcher of the Skies day or night…he and his two white dogs. Ambient freaky, house lover, trance addict, minimal user, techno abuser, and so on.. this time comes to your ears with a release of massive ambient drone. A deep & introspective musical trip produced under the spell of fairies, known as “Naides” in this wet and rainy country.
florida = death is an enigmatic and cryptic band from connecticut that originally formed in 2005. the lineup has changed over the past few years they are currently a trio that play in the post-information stylee.
their first album for pan y rosas is a reissue of a tape that they sold at their shows once upon a time. tape made of tapes is a compilation of unreleased demos and live tracks reassembled into an aural collage. a document of the band at a particular point in time.
although there is a tracklist – it acts more as a loose guide than a hard and fast truth. the songs and fragments are constructed in such a way that they become a new experience altogether, suggesting a sort of narrative. the sound constantly shifts between psych, weirdo, out rock, drone dirge, noise experiments, and post-info beats before solidifying into an amalgamation of all its parts. as always, make sure to get this one here!
Experimental musician/composer Wolfgang Kirchheim from southwest Germany finally returns to Reh Incarnation for this first release in 2012, offering two eclectic and deep storytales from his more dancefloor-orientated material.
The remix comes from the labelowner himself, delivering another mantra of sophisticated slowhouse madness.
Steve Hilmy: electronics & manipulations
Daniel Barbiero: amplified double bass
Prepared and unprepared double bass routed through electronics in a set-long improvisation recorded live at Bella in Washington DC 14 June 2011.
Steve Hilmy and Daniel Barbiero have worked together to create soundscapes for the Nancy Havlik Dance Performance Group since 2009. This independent collaboration explores an intuited spectralism arising from the combination of live electronics and processed double bass.
Willow Talk is a brand new collaborative featuring New York City’s Laura Fisher and Philadelphia’s Anders Lindfors. The duo came together with the idea of creating a new and refreshing take on the downtempo trip-hop genre. From drone, seemingly floating beats to heavy rhythmic passages, their first EP showcases great potential, and, with a live show on the way, 2012 figures to be a busy year.
Martin Rach returns to EdP to release a work by his imaginary electro/atonal/noise/jazz/big/computer band.
Ancient Greek Dionysias (parties in homage to Dionysus, god of grape harvest and wine, of ritual madness and ecstasy) with all their celebration of Spring, phallus, music, wine, bread, earth and theater, inspired what could be a ghostly arrival of something that’s no longer here…
“Piano Explosion is an experimental project for future real piano with midi control device. Already Yamaha had developed grand piano with high level outer midi control for concert. Possibility of the future that laptop control grand piano is coming now 2012. This time I used max/msp devices for control synthetic software. Piano is going to express beyond real fingers.” – Sanmi
“Rhythms Of Life” is an experimental/avant-garde jazz album written in notation/electronic sheet music, similar in style to the Synclavier work of Frank Zappa.
As Jared describes it: “The Theme of “Rhythms Of Life” is a perspective of my life over the last year and expresses the dynamics, emotions and experiences of family issues, foreseeing future events, reminiscing of great times, traps and schemes of work/job, asking for a miracle to save a loved ones life, having some one you love deeply pass away, when life is moving in a good rhythm, the patterns of day to day life, and the needing to re-find a cohesive bond in a long term relationship.”
01. Men should never use creams or waxes to remove hair from the penis or scrotum.
02. Shaving of pubic hair should be done with care for the sensitivity of the skin of the pubic region.”
Peer Group is
Justin Marc Lloyd
– 1 tracks of fried abstract bubbling electronic sludge
– as always…..
“For my own part, I have never had a thought which I could not set down in words with even more distinctness than that with which I conceived it. There is, however, a class of fancies of exquisite delicacy which are not thoughts, and to which as yet I have found it absolutely impossible to adapt to language. These fancies arise in the soul, alas how rarely. Only at epochs of most intense tranquillity, when the bodily and mental health are in perfection. And at those weird points of time, where the confines of the waking world blend with the world of dreams. And so I captured this fancy, where all that we see, or seem, is but a dream within a dream.”
Alan Parson’s Project “Tales of Mystery and Imagination”, a voice-over narration by Orson Welles
the first pyr release of 2012 is from tomas gris a free improviser based in madrid who is working on developing a sound language that combines his love of dada, art brut, and the cobra art movement with his interest in philosophy, semiotics and post-modernism. he performs alone and with ad hoc ensembles primarily playing reeds and amplified objects, but also incorporating various percussion and acoustic instruments into his pieces.
his first album for pan y rosas is a solo improvisation recorded in 2011 in which he plays alto saxophone, harps, cassette, and objects. throughout the piece he employs quietness and stillness; flutters, pops and breaths; cymbals and tones. his playing is deliberate and of the moment, without beginning or end. make sure to get it here.
A cloud moving “unspectacularly beautiful”, surrounding the semicircular, close to the sickle shape, deeply glaring in the moon, pulling layers of purity in a mystical theatre of time traveling, sending the aetherical stream from India across Norway to Istanbul, in the obscure but not dark, but artificial and subtle, “both frightening and beautiful”(GH).
project 4 is the most creative and distinctive release to come out of the golden gates of faturenet recordings to date. each track has been made with the same four samples and yet the artists have managed to create a diverse array of dazzling tracks and utilise the samples to their very best.
if you are going to download one release this year, make sure it’s this one!
Happy Friday the thirteenth. Ionosonde recordings brings you three thirteen minute tracks with one, one minute track. 13 on the 13th. Good Luck!
A bird is different from a elephant. So is a octopus from a wolverine. Species tells the difference apart from animals and insects alike, but there are similarities that persists throughout the animal kingdom. Take the eyes for instance. Have you ever seen a person or animal with only one eye? No, every living organism has two or more eyes, four extremities, one mouth, and two ears. You see, every animal on this earth, even though looks and acts differently, has similarities. This is the concept of Telegraphy’s “Species” album. Every sound is reminiscent from the previous but is eerily distinctive, just like two or more eyes and so on.
“Species” by Telegraphy, is a slow dub techno, minimal/ambient album. These beat-less tracks, transports us to a world where unknown lifeforms dwell. Unknown but not different from us. All of the tracks titles in this album, your probably wondering, sound kind of strange or desolate, thats because they are names of undiscovered species. No, you won’t find then in any scientific journal any time soon. These species are not from this earth, they are names of alien beings. Greys, Reptilians, Mothman, call them what you will. They all have two eyes, two arms, and two feet. Just like us, different but the same.
“Species” by Telegraphy, different but the same.
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