With this EP BeatMyth demonstrates their signature electro breakbeat style – an outgoing onslaught of beats, basslines, synth-stabs, and fast vocal ranting. On the flip a slower-tempo story emerges but keeps us in attentive check: deep gridning bassline, snapy snares and playful details in-between.
released July 18, 2019Igor Vuk · production, recording, arrangement, mix and mastering
N’toko · vocals on Multiply
Stella Ivšek · design
Luka Prinčič · executive production
For 2019’s Netlabel Day, as the strong Mahorka tradion is, again we have for you a very special collaborative/reworks release, this time by the very boss of another cult netlabel – 4T Thieves of Kahvi Collective. The album features exclusive edits/remixes by him of previously available on other releases 4T Thieves tracks (1, original available as part of his release “Wayfield Asylum” on Kahvi, and 5, done as part of the “Sketches” remix competition), fresh new originals (2, 4) and one extended version (8, “Pata Minim” edit is previously available on “Forms” VA on Kahvi), as well as remixes he’s done for aAirial (3, previously available on aAirial’s CD album “Wanderings” on Mahorka), Curious Inversions (6, exclusive), Pandacetamol (7, exclusive), Depeche Mode (9, 11, exclusive) and Captive Portal (10, exclusive).
This first Orgonon Sound Machine’s release on Sucumusic, out for the Netlabel Day 2019, aims to be what the title suggests: a dangerous overload of radiations.
That’s what you’ll be exposed to.
The creative mind of Salvatore, behind the project, lets us exlopre what pure instinct and composition flow means in electronic music. So you can’t say if you’re listening to IDM, breakbeats, industrial or some kind of weird dance music, coloured sometime by ninety-ish rhythmic and synths shades.
The moment, when sound waves surprisingly appear in vacuum.
A cosmic dream symphony,
presented by a playful gravitational wave orchestra.elAstrum is a conscious electronica cosmonaut from Russia, online already known from his releases at Kahvi lately and one album earlier on Otium, as well as different spacey noise releases, that can be found at archive.org.
You can expect masterly sounding melodic electronica, sometimes playful and also sometimes referencing old soviet-russian radio sounds or songs, rising to the uber hymn, the “Epic Rise and Fall”, where all the essentials: love, longing and hope come together for the climax in the Now, heading for the tomorrow, binding you with us and all the other listeners through spacetime.
xDEx is a project and main scene pseudonym of Victor Prodanov. Lately, the constant accelerating societal decay and de-stricturation, the alienating aspects of the globalisation processes and the so called “common thought” became, by their unavoidability and omnipresence, a field of inspiration and cynicism for this project. Victor’s longstanding fascination with DIY digital and analog electronics has put out a solid emprunt over his sound.
The release “PANTA RHEI” is his first and hopefully not the last on Mahorka, after years of discussions, preparations, variants and waiting for the right circumstances in the right moment to come for this debut on the label. Most of the drum parts are produced with 808 and 909 clones, the non-melodic sound layers are mostly filtered spring and digital reverbs, various overdrives and distortions, feedback loops; there are extensive modular synth recordings and most of the paddy parts originate from a FM8 clone and a Waldorf Blofeld. All tracks were recorded on a multitrack at one shot, with little post-editing.
Say Hello to synth electronica artist Mikk Rebane from Tallinn, Estonia,
presenting his newest album here at Phonocake.His music is softly depressing and mildly pushing at the same time,
kind of an athletic and powerful melancholy.
An electrifying poetic view on life.
Third round of our new interview series also brings a little insight
on Mikk Rebanes life and music.
We’ve featured Hardwired before in a previous VA compilation, but thought it would be good to feature the man again in his own EP release. Liminal is a selection of works from Hardwired back catalogue.
Some retro sounds (angular), very autechre sounding work (folding rna) and even Boards inspired (2nd last dream, 3rd last dream). Mellow, chilled out, atmospheric, in time for the summer sun.
Take a pipette and drip a drop of water on your own palm. Transparent drop, full of invisible organisms, chemical elements, and personifications. Looking at the drop, thoughts are spinning. With the other hand rub the drop until the drop penetrates the skin and disappears. Hands need lots of water, but it’s enough for this time. Look at the lake…
The album was based on Lithuanian Chronicles, history and historical personalities, who might be connected to each in strange ways. While working on each track special attention was given to convey with sounds all the aspects of each historical personality and their influence on the history of Lithuania.
JKP’s chiptune releases between 2005 and 2010 had a strong influence on how 20kbps and lobit was perceived in that era and it also affected how I looked at my label.
Nine years later, it’s a different world. A different netaudio scene. And of course, 20kbps has changed as well. Nosthalgia is big, everything is retro. JKP takes it some steps further with a short EP dedicated to Film Noir. The four tracks use samples from four movies: Impact, He Walked By Night, Plan 9 From Outer Space and Manos: The Hands Of Fate. Only the first two are Film Noir, the other two are Horror B Movies. Being a cinephile I’ve seen them all, in the period when JKP was first releasing here. You see, everything is connected.
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.
Broken, glitchy, dynamic, rhythmic, somewhere chaotic sounds combined with catchy techno genetic emotional melodies. This is only one subjective way to describe this new album, where Csum uses his own experimental music language to tell fantastic abstract musical stories. Hit “play” if want to cheer up.
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.
I’m a little high right now from the Oxynorm my oncologist prescribed me and I hope you get high on this short four track idm EP. It’s about cigarettes while I’m about morphine. But I was a heavy smoker until I stopped about a decade ago. This release reminds me of an Analogues Legacy EP I did with Aunderwex for Proc Rec, where our last track was called The Last 2 Cigarettes. It was named for the devastating fact that we only had two cigarettes left at that moment. Is there a similar story to this EP? Or a different one? Or none at all? I have no idea.
Holorime is a new project that started this year and this is the third release.
For its 40th release, Da ! Heard It went and got a creator of feelings who founds her music on the intimacy she builds with the listener.
Tryphème is a painter of enchanting landscapes. From these territories that transport with a singular atmosphere rather than flashy colors, she fashions an environment into which one must blend. No sudden dives or sheer falls; this music’s charm comes from insinuation—an invitation softly whispered into the hollow of the ear. And here we are, with Thanks God for Air Emotions, in the middle of this unknown region, suspended by strings controlled by the Parisian woman’s delicate hands.
We’ve known this power of seducation for two years already. Her first album, Online Dating with CPU Records, established the outline. It was the manifestation of an artist who is well-aware of the possibilities that musical creation has to offer. She navigated among the most subtle genres of this art of time and made herself the master of our emotions. Already.
With Thanks God for Air Emotions, we reach the next level. Succeeding the innocence of the first opus is an album purified of all dispersion, focused on the listening of her feelings. These notorious “air emotions,” overflowing with useless affects, form a continuous murmur that is used as raw material for the production of her healing music. They are the soft energy that drives the turbines of a mutant IDM with evanescent voices and synthetic layers. Too easily would we ogle the English ambient masters of yesteryear, if it weren’t for Tryphème coming to add to it here and there her personal inspirations, where the culture of the perpetually learning artist, from hip-hop to new wave, mixes.
The painting’s composition conforms to the hopes promised by Tryphème’s unique talent: a world beyond, formed by a power whose sensuality and mastery are formidable weapons.Thanks God For Air Emotions, Da ! Heard It Record’s 40th release, is distributed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND. The album can be listened to and downloaded freely at the following link: https://www.daheardit-records.net/en/discography/40
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