After an incredibly amazing debut EP called “Lamer”, Arce comes back with another EP called “Radar”. It’s slightly different than his first minialbum, but we liked this a lot and we hope you’ll like it too. In fact, we know you’ll love this, but… Well… You know…
For its 30th release, Da ! Heard It Records gives a touching testimony: that of Klaten’s computer’s last days. Inspired by the epileptic glitches of a video card used up to its circuit, this disc’s seven pieces form a meticulous assembly of violent unknown flying objects from which otherworldly melodies emerge.
“Tergiversure”, “Déglutogène”, “Exoplaste”: each track seems to be an attempt at a graft to sustain the life of a microprocessor on its last legs for a just a few moments more. Klaten, a professional 3D infographist, has indeed retained from his practice an extreme attention to detail and a taste for peculiar universes, as evidenced by the disc’s sleeve, signed Elise Kobisch-Miana, a panorama of crystals with shattered perspectives reminiscent of the album’s numerous landforms.
Leading the way with Stipulite, Klaten takes the listener into the winding tunnels of a labyrinthian cave where bouncing rhythms sometimes trigger the tinting of dim mineral glows. Digging deeper into the matter, he pursues his course head hung low, through the sparkling reflections of Exoplaste and the sharp breakbeats of Tergiversure. Once at the heart of an aural boiling magma from which he draws new metallic materials (Phoryaphile, Gramafion), he completes his journey through the breath of Stratiformis in order to cool down the overheating vents of his machine positively controlled at all the VST. Alas, it is already too late…
Ultimate souvenir from this voyage, the Parisian C_C concludes with his own vision of the trip: a remix with massive rhythms and the sound of his analog machines humming in the background. A tribute to the complex landscapes of Autechre and the experiments of the label Schematic, this disc, with its rich and startling imaginary, remains nameless. Like a challenge, the sonorities it deploys give all the hints necessary for the listener to find it a name.
guillotine hairshaver is a musician in Osaka,Japan.
This album is his 4th album.He renewed the production environment and style,then his sound world spread with that.has both hard-style and ambient.It is such an emotional album.
01.TwichGarden – IΣO(2:44)
02.TwichGarden – Thunderbird 1990(2:48)
03.TwichGarden – Slow Dance Into The Shimmering Darkness(4:13)
04.TwichGarden – Spider In The Dollhouse(3:12)
TwichGarden (Toxic water in her chest – her body in the garden) is the one-man music project by Andrew Panfutov, working in cross-genres – ambient & idm. Leading idea of music is the mixture of mythology and sci-fi atmosphere.
About I?O EP:
This EP dedicated to people who never stop searching and exploring. And it also about the Search itself. Started from t
Lab023 first appeared as part of Waves VA in December with his track ‘Shanxi’. Constantly surprising with his take on the real classic sound of the early 90s (that many IDM artists today were inspired by) Mellow Space is a look at what made that time so exciting and innovative.
With fantastic tracks like ‘deepness, echo, morning sun and the wave’ which would have been instant hits on radio stations and in the playground on bootleg cassette tapes, Lab023 brings the early 90s up to date with modern technology.
Album made with tablets and phones in various foresty places, coffee shops, beaches, and balconies with Caustic 3 for Android. Mastered with Mastering (beta) on the beach on my Android tablet. Both Caustic 3 and Mastering (beta) are by Single Cell Software (www.singlecellsoftware.com)
“Dialogue Alone” is the second Manb offering at Sucumusic.
The so called “art-quantum” concept manifested in his previous music, here continues its course in a series of tracks where improvisation is still the major Ermanno’s approach. Textures of sounds and synths are less broken, here. The time quantum is scanned by the minimal rhythm interventions and variations. This release, like all Manb’s music, has a natural vocation to cinematic purposes. You can easily imagine still poses that slowly mutate from A to B in a non linear, imperceptible and unpredictable path. Quoting David Byrne, at the end of the journey, “you may find yourself” asking “where did I get there?”http://sucumusic.weebly.com/uploads/2/3/8/4/23844610/8963418.jpg
02-Feast In Time Of Plague(6:55)
03-Premonition Of Civil War(6:40)
04-What Is It(6:40)
Artwork: Luca Mascioli
Mastering: Fulvio Vitale aka Flux
Title: For tonight you’re only here to know
Genre: Future Beats
Released on: 04/12/2015
Description (Curated by Marco Stilo)
In full consciousness and introspective phase. Perhaps this is the key to open Lzrs sound door. Certainly, it’s the essential theme between the producer and Sostanze Records for the making of ‘For Tonight You’re Only Here to Know’, the winning debut record by the Italian artist. Such a release pushing for getting what we have around us. A sound apparently melancholic which does not hide emotive charges towards a romantic evolution. Lzrs softly gets up on the stage but at the same time his elegance shows immediately a significant attetion for its message, codified by distorsions and atmospheres playing up the trip created by its music. In love with Lzrs.
In piena fase introspettiva e di sviluppo della conoscenza . Forse è questa la chiave per aprire la porta dei suoni di Lzrs. Sicuramente è il filo conduttore tra il produttore e Sostanze Records nella realizzazione di ”For Tonight You’re Only Here to Know” , debutto vincente dell’artista italiano. Una release che penetra nella voglia di riflettere e capire ciò che ci circonda. Un suono all’apparenza malinconico ma che non nasconde cariche emotive tendenti ad un’evoluzione romantica della musica proposta dall’artista. Lzrs è morbido nell’entrata in scena ma al tempo stesso la sua eleganza desta subito grande attenzione per la profondità del messaggio codificato da distorsioni e atmosfere che amplificano la missione del viaggio creato dalla sua musica. In love with Lzrs.
1. Punk Skin
2. Lost Keys
3. We Raving
4. Struggle feat. D R H O N E
Here at Kahvi we’re exceptionally proud of our yearly compilation release – and here, finally, is the VA release for 2015! It’s been a mammoth undertaking, collecting tracks, compiling the release, mastering, creating the cover artwork but finally we can announce that ‘Waves’ is here!
This year, we have a massive 50 of the best tracks from some familiar faces, along with many guest artists that submitted their tracks for inclusion. Some really amazing talent is out there with very little exposure, and the VA is our chance to redress the balance. For a playlist visit our Mixcloud page. The VA is made up of a huge range of diverse tracks from ambient to IDM, chill to drum and bass – and even a couple of more experimental tracks to give your ears a treat!
Kicking off the Christmas releases for 2015, I’m happy to welcome an artist that’s almost become a regular – Tetarise. With his usual high quality and high power beats, this five track EP gives us everything we expect from the artist and more.
Tetarises’ tracks are always epic and fast, verging on the trance but taking roots from IDM and electronica in their finest forms as well. What we get in Stop this moment is resounding basses and echoing arpeggios (The Inner Light), detailed and punctual beats similar to Solar Fields (In Time) and a unique mix of Indian Sitar and dance in the final track Bollywood Hero. It works!
Time for the second of the two part roots of IDM and electronica selection. First Analogue 100101 gave us some minimal techno as you’d have heard in the late 80s and early 90s, and now we welcome Jim Black back to Kahvi once again, with some superb early to late 90s inspired IDM and electronica.
Back in 1994 (for some reason this year sticks in my mind) I listened to a radio show from London called ‘The Outer Limits’ on Kiss FM. Always a great listen, showing ground breaking electronic tracks which crossed over from the rave to the more melodical electronic scene.
Jim Black is the master of early 90s sounding tracks – and here is a hand picked 10 track album (playing time just under an hour) of some really epic and amazing tracks that would have fitted right in, way back when.
Check out Digital for a real taste of 808 State-esque epicness, and Fifth Republic for a real speaker shaking bassline!
To take us up to Christmas 2015, something a little special. Two releases two celebrate the roots of IDM and electronica, that we enjoy listening to at Kahvi by all the fantastic artists released over the years. The first release is by guest artist ‘Anonymous3’ with his six track EP entitled ‘Analogue 100101’.
After listening to the EP for the first time, I was struck by how familiar the tracks sounded compared to those albums I listened to in the early 90s. Halycon could have featured heavily on DJ mixes of the time with its long drawn out pads and 808 percussion, where Breath is a tribute to acid house. Heliopause and Metamorphosis could have come straight out of pirate radio broadcasts direct from London in 1994.
Enjoy this blast from the past – and watch out for part 2 of this celebration of the roots of electronica in the next release!
Time for a complete change of pace on Kahvi this month. Guest artist ‘Realm’ appears to be an ambient master, and his 7 track, 55 minute album of epic tracks are created purely to allow you to drift on a sea made of glass.
Slow moving, evolving ambient passages kicked off by the fitting introduction track ‘Celestial Resonance’ leads into a little more Lackluster-esque styled track ‘Mentat’ with floating arpeggios diving into the abyss.
For this ambient fan, the epic ‘Sentinel’ is a track to switch off and kick back, in all its 10.5 minutes playing time, and ‘Self Loops and Voices’ reminds me of another ambient master at Kahvi – Curious Inversions.
Enjoy this delicate wind down after summer and watch out for another epic release next month!
The chaos and control, humans and machines, nature and civilization, immigrant and borderlines, freedom and domestication, privacy and geolocalization, music and sonic weapons. With music by Elypixa, Lezet, In Vitro, Ivan Black, Lingua Lustra, Triangular, Esoteric Sob, DDO feat. Eddine Saïd, Nulix, DjrefugeeSW, K.smith and TSS Tortue Super Sonic.
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