Continuing our crusade against explainable styles and the comprehensible, we here at TWG are incredibly proud to throw this chunk of jaunty and experimental swing-laden gold at you.
Mixing inexplicably catchy phrases with hugely emotive tonal tapestries and a healthy spooning of the esoteric, Gab Pearson exudes subtle and eclectic mastery. Sounding like a jazz-fuelled romp through polka, Russia, and hip-hop, ‘Free Sprite’ is by no means a simple listen. From the touchingly ballad-esque bridges of ‘universalizable’, through to the left-turn rap of ‘movezherb’ and Indian percussion spread throughout ‘action caption’, this EP never starts to make sense, or lose an inch of its huge groove In fact, it manages the insane feat of being both completely bonkers and touchingly emotive in one fell swoop, and all with some giant beats driving it throughout.
«Zakaj Se To Vrti» is an album of tape recordings and noises composed in 2012 and 2013. It Was created in Pred Osle in Slovenia. VeDaKR is a tape recorder and noise producer from the fictional place of Pred Osle, somewhere in Europe.
GERGAZ netlabel is celebrating its 4th year of existence (January 2013) and bringing you another exclusive compilation, the follow up of the BEAT GARDEN released last year. Once again the compilation is putting together talented producers and beat makers from all around the world. Side by side you will find here names like Anthony Drawn, Julien Mier, Mute Speaker, Foolk, oddlogic, Vlooper, Melodiesinfonie, Je$u$, Zack Christ, Stratasoul, Karaoke Tundra along with many others and remixes from Jimmy Pé and GLGN.
Chiptune’s greatest and most prolific horrorpunkster ‘+Let’s Disinfect!+’ is gracing TWG with a self-titled album, three years in the making, and his usual bouts of anthemic chippunk.
Continuing our tradition of showcasing chiptune with experimental or ‘out of the ordinary’ applications, Sean Monistat, aka +Let’s Disinfect!+, produces his most diverse album yet. Whilst tracks like ‘My Life Hurts’ and the title track delve into that familiar upbeat +LD!+ sound, this debut full-length sees an expansion of Let’s Disinfect’s repertoire, drawing on post-punk sounds on ‘Melted Ice Cream’, prog metal meanderings in ‘A Garden of Mutants’ and nods to chipthrash in ‘Buy My Lawnmower!’. This all adds up to the most diverse Let’s Disinfect release to date.
As with most releases here on TWG, ‘+Let’s Disinfect!+’ is a grower, and repeat listens will let those punk pop-lined hooks dig only deeper into the brain, until every single lyric is engraved into natural impulse. And if the adhesive motifs weren’t enough, the vibrancy of textures and styles coated with that trademark ‘less-is-more’ chip (in this case DS) programming and crowd-chanting shouts of frontman Sean leave this release in the stratosphere when comparing it to vocal/chip albums of the past. From the plodding determination of ‘Contact!’ to the ferocious outburst of the title track, Let’s Disinfect! continues to cement himself as an essential forward thinker within an often saturated scene, and an extremely talented one at that.
03. Melted Ice Cream
04. My Life Hurts
05. The Case of Matsuo Fujimoto
06. Bleachbrain Zombie
07. Buy My Lawnmower!
08. A Garden of Mutants
09. Let’s Disinfect!
10. The Me I Must Protect
“questa è il secondo di una trilogia di disgustosi concept ep su quanto mi faccia cagare la vita sociale nella mia città, non ha nessuna pretesa se non quella di definire attraverso i suoni e i rumori ciò che penso, o più semplicemente le mie provocazioni”
“this one is the second part of a disgusting concept ep trilogy about how much shitty social life in my town makes me sick, it hasn’t any purpose apart than define with sounds and noises what is my tought, or better saying how i like to mock”
“questa è il primo di una trilogia di disgustosi concept ep su quanto mi faccia cagare la vita sociale nella mia città, non ha nessuna pretesa se non quella di definire attraverso i suoni e i rumori ciò che penso, o più semplicemente le mie provocazioni”
“this one is the first part of a disgusting concept ep trilogy about how much shitty social life in my town makes me sick, it hasn’t any purpose apart than define with sounds and noises what is my tought, or better saying how i like to mock”
tracks in ordine sparso:
. alec, dal’93
. andiamo al sottofondo
. daje cazzo! sono iooo
. funny games a casa di eleonora b
. il fiorente cantautorato pontino (singolo di lancio)
SAMIZDAT fLOppy DISK #01
8kbps mp301 – Beira – Com brok
02 – Tommaso Busatto – La canzone del tickling
03 – 7tn4CC – Rivolta di una città lo-bit
04 – Max Scordamaglia – Run random #07
05 – isteronproject – Brano di paura
06 – Natomorto – Suicidio 00
07 – kano – Morning shitty sounds
08 – fabiorosho – Treadmill
SAMIZDAT is a floppy series dedicated to low bit-rate music and other low-tech wonders.
Each participant is free to release and give out SAMIZDAT’s copies as he wants, using recycled diskettes, giving them to friends or hiding them among the shelves of a shopping center – or more.
A SAMIZDAT floppy disk is a noisy act of love against the music busssinessss.
Inspired by a bout of nostalgia, Jan Strach dove into his archive of a few dozens cassette tapes full of songs recorded between ages of 16-20. After digging through a few hundred tunes, he selected the most interesting to present to you, dear listeners. From regular songs with acoustic guitar in the style of early poj.wlkp, through experiments with two cassette players, casio-created ambient, sampled rock tunes and mandolin instrumentals, Jan Strach shows creations, in perspective maybe sometimes naive, but always honest, authentic and melodically interesting.
01 – overture
02 – cuore di palma
03 – il fantasma di un concerto
04 – disagio e rivolta
05 – ciao gente seria
fabiorosho, stefano balice: electronics
recorded live in rome, 11-04-13
“disagio e rivolta” includes “rivolta di una città”, by 7tn4CC
Rete del disagio (the uneasiness network) is not a band, and has no stable line-up.
Rete del disagio was born when followers and supporters from different web communities as upupachan, vaporized art movement, deep lake records and mav [0kbps] records, start to physically meet to bring the noise from the net to the streets.
Just like the last one, this Deftechnixks album was recorded based on Deaf Techniques, this time techniques DT01 (recorded without hearing the recorded track and without looking at the instrument) and to a larger extent DT11 (recorded without hearing the recorded track). This resulted in 12 songs, which, after a long consideration, were reduced to a six-track EP in order to not torture the listener too much. The lyrics were again written based on a stream of consciousness; the title and the look of the cover were selected out of all lyrics by a random number generator, as well as track order. The placement of cover elements were selected by another random generator, a two-year old.
SPNet103 – isteronproject – furniture music #2
320kbps – 16 minutes, 15 seconds
File under: Furniture Music/Kraut Punk/Cheapadelic01 – isteronproject – furniture music #09 (2:31)
02 – isteronproject – furniture music #10 (2:41)
03 – isteronproject – furniture music #11 (2:21)
04 – isteronproject – furniture music #12 (1:18)
05 – isteronproject – furniture music #13 – corna prendete aria (2:53)
06 – isteronproject – furniture music #14 – cheap soundtrack for daily accidents (1:42)
07 – isteronproject – furniture music #15 (2:49)
Picking up right where the project last left its listeners, furniture music #2 is a high bitrate sequel to the lobit volume 1 released on the SPubsidiary SPTOtfSP (catalog number 011), consisting of all new material except for furniture music #14 – cheap soundtrack for daily accidents, which originally appeared on Hal McGee’s Cheap and Plastic compilation. isteronproject describes its sound as principally what it calls furniture music, “a low-budget parody of the commercial music, inspired by people as residents, devo and, of course, erik satie,” qualified with the further labels kraut punk and cheapadelic. The reference to the Residents feels particularly accurate, especially on the plodding, playful last piece; listeners familiar with the Residents’ Commercial Album will quickly find themselves anticipating the familiar refrain “I wish I was a picnic boy”. Much like the bands mentioned in the genre description, the structure and execution of the songs on furniture music #2 are simple, odd, and quite catchy, with the jovial quality of songs children sing to themselves. In fact, the melody to the song furniture music #13 – corna prendete aria, was first conceived between isteronproject’s Stefano Balice and his cousin when they were children. The instrumentation is also threadbare, consisting of two small Casio keyboards, a small circuit bent Yamaha keyboard, and two Korg pocket-sized ribbon synths. In its very essence, furniture music #2 exemplifies the lo-fi aesthetic, that stripped of complex songs and fancy recording setups, an artist’s true talent and ingenuity can shine through.
Italy’s Pioggia d’ambra describes its new mini-album Il triste inverno animico as “depressive ambient,” and it is such a fitting description. Each track has an atmosphere that brings to mind the ambient sections of DSBM bands like Russia’s All The Cold and Epitimia and the depressive jam band Deep-Pression. Hollow guitar phrases occasionally ring out amongst a hazy, dark atmosphere of lush washes of sound, odd mechanical sighing, and processed industrial clanking, like a lost astronaut adrift in the swirling galaxy, or perhaps a death industrial Sigur Rós. Il triste inverno animico is an amazing exercise in the power of subtlety.
Aairial has featured in a couple of various artist compilations so far on Kahvi, and has appeared in fan videos on youtube.
His minimal tracks, with subtle beats and sounds that convey moods and atmospheres in perfect clarity and without fuss. This time around, an entire album of minimalistic delights from aairial in the form of ‘Emotions are desert islands’.
14 tracks to set the scene for the end of winter and approach of spring. Enjoy!
Proyect? Moone Jazzers comes back with another album, stylistically diverse and well thought-out. The arrangements, deceivingly simple at first, develop and blossom in meditative improvisations, raging from jazz through blues to classical music, bringing to mind creations of the impressionist composers. Everything is as always served in an intimate diy atmosphere, creating the unique atmosphere present on all recordings by Proyect? Moone Jazzers.
A NEW DEEP VAPORIZATION!
MAV [0kbps] Records and Deep Lake Records collaborated to create this compilation, designed as christmas gift for E.F. (M. Anne Quinn, Pioggia d’Ambra).01 – Kano – Merry feismas
02 – Attila 777 – Welcome to Feisland
03 – Tommaso Busatto – 2am I Can’t Sleep
04 – Isteronproject – Le Abrasioni di Natale
05 – Beira – Felicità a Partire da 199 Euro
06 – Fabiorosho – Number3
07 – Stirner – When Life’s Got Ya by the Balls (Just Fuck It)
08 – PL433 – Signor Lumachetto
09 – Tommaso Busatto – What About to Discover Some Unburied Carrions?
10 – z601 – Undergo
11 – Psycoton – Nniuq Enna M
12 – Stirner – Hail Hail Vaporization
13 – Beira – Una Traccia Troppo Allegra per il Fine Ultimo
14 – Isteronproject – Jingle Bells and Sick Bass
15 – Stirner – Lofi Dildozer Assfuck
16 – Fabiorosho – Oldskoolcrap#1
17 – Attila 777 – The Mistery of Peenemünde
18 – Fabiorosho – Psy
19 – Stirner – Doggy Style (Life’s a Bitch so Hit It From the Back)
20 – PL433 – Tante Angurie
21 – Tommaso Busatto – A Totalitarian Aryan Girl for E.F.
22 – Fabiorosho – Stand Still and Drown in the Basses
23 – Beira – Outro
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