Sai, the dedicated studio project of Yasen Penchev, has been evolving a lot throughout the years, including since his debut album “Perspective seen from different point of view” was released in the summer of 2016, but the core of the project remains in experimentation with analogue and digital recording techniques and extensive use of various string instruments, with results varying from minimalistic ambient atmospheres and melancholic soundscapes to furious polyrhythmic drum patterns syncopated with loads of guitars and progressive rhythmic and melodic structures, music that has usually been fitted under Post rock, Math rock, Ambient and Trip rock and such.
3 years after releasing his outstanding debut Mahorka proudly presents “Random motion of particles”, Sai’s second masterpiece for the label and a notable milestone in the project’s evolution. Keeping the polymetric and polyrhytmic structural approaches and unique sound production techniques, he further extends and builds upon, this time less processed, even clean, guitars, less distortion, more melodic and harmonic compositions, more cinematic and atmospheric overall feeling with more and lusher ambient passages that include even whole tracks on their own.
“Random motion of particles” comes as free (cc) digital download and a precious limited edition (50 pcs) cassette release with outstanding design by Angel Draganov and Yasen Penchev himself. The tape has a different version of the album where the tracks have been redone in different edits and fused together by the artist for two side-long (30 minutes each) trips.
All music produced and recorded by: Yasen Penchev
Artwork design: Angel Draganov and Yasen Penchev
Released: June 16, 2019
A melodic, chaotic, deep and melancholic maxi-single, slow at its beginning but becomes faster and cheerful. Lyrics are just basically phrases they came out with while they played the songs. Distraught shrieking is just a background texture.
This album is a result of bad days as human beings, and some kind of catharsis for all. ‘Santa Rosa de Lima’ is a reminder that life goes on while we are sitting here, waiting for something to happen.
released September 29, 2012
Recorded at: SoundRoom Mitras
Composed by: Ángel Amaya, Daniel Castillo, Javier Ibarra and Víctor Arguello
Voice samples on track 2 were taken from “Garden State” (movie).
Discontinuation Of Treatment is the creative project of Giuseppe D’aiuto. Behind this moniker he needs to get close the dark and deep sounds and treat them as a bad memory…when it’s gone, the past will remain in the past.
His urgent creative needs are mostly influenced by mental illness and behavioural disorders…Post-punk!
I confide in your ability to push back the obscure and noisy nightmare.
Many many thanks to Gufo Records !!! https://archive.org/details/guforecords
~ A Deep Remorse ~
Music composed by Discontinuation Of Treatment https://discontinuationoftreatment.bandcamp.com/
Album Produced by MonkeYear https://monkeyear.bandcamp.com/
Album Art by Gianbattista Barbieri a.k.a. Jemba
The wonderful comeback of Gabriele Ragonesi for Florence, one of the most interesting musician out there. His first opus with In Your Ears , was one of the most downloaded in our history.
This work is amazing, plenty of music form prog to rock, from post rock to jazz. Gabriele plays every instruments, is the producer and the recorder, and plays a gentle and affascinating music.Dark Passenger is the perfect journey, take the ride.
The artwork is, like the first work, of the talented William Santiago from his serie “ Zabele “. All is well with Gabriele.
A special thanks to Gabriele Ragonesi, one of the people that is why we are on this.
“Go Ask Alice – Ten little dreams (and one bonus nightmare)”
Humankind has always looked to the stars as its own destiny. For this reason, indefatigable and willful, it has always climbed the highest peaks to get as close as possible. It knows that this is impossible, but it has the courage to try the same. This is written in the sign: the capricorn.
Composed by Matteo Minetti, Valerio Cottarelli, Stefano Damiano, Alessandro Mattei, Fabio Pieri, Paolo Chiriatti, Andrea Mazzini, Andrea Baldasseroni
Arranged by I Neurologici and Alessandro Mattei
Produced by I Neurologici
“The shaman won’t come back” is a new file-exchange based collaborative album of Ayato & Kecap Tuyul, It was recorded and mixed in various places between 2015 and 2018. Ayato played guitar with live looping made with a Revox reel to reel tape player, and Kecap Tuyul later overdubbed these hypnotic tracks with various sounds, building dense and trippy soundscapes.
This work can be considered as the 3rd part of a trilogy started with “Waiting for the shaman” , published 6 years ago. For the moment, the 2nd part of this trilogy exists only in the head of the listener.
Split vinyl album between long time Enough Records collaborators dSCi and the duo Parpar, two Portuguese projects sharing tours and a sensibility for the punk-rock free jazz type of sounds. This album was recorded, mixed and mastered by Milo Gomberoff at Hukot studio in Barcelona. Cover artwork by Katafu. A co-release effort by ATR, A Besta, Lepers, Epicericords, Et Mon Cul C’est Du Tofu?, Experimentáculo Records, Gaffer Records, Panda Records and Enough Records.
“South Late Winter Dream / My Stars, My Perfect Silence”
Minus Pilots is percussionist Matt Pittori and bassist Adam Barringer. Together they weave sparse textures, crumbling atmospheres and fractured drones with currents of gentle crackle. Between post-rock and ambient, their music incline towards a form of refined abstraction, but always keeps a strong emotional side. And once again, on their new EP South Late Winter Dream/My Stars, My Perfect Silence, the duo masterfully mixes dreamy melodies with a complex work on sound textures and rhythmic micro-events.
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