A libertine is one devoid of most moral restraints, which are seen as unnecessary or undesirable, especially one who ignores or even spurns accepted morals and forms of behaviour sanctified by the larger society. Libertines put value on physical pleasures, meaning those experienced through the senses. As a philosophy, libertinism gained new-found adherents in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, particularly in France and Great Britain. Notable among these were John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, and the Marquis de Sade.
The word “Libertine” was originally coined by John Calvin to negatively describe opponents of his policies in Geneva, Switzerland. This group, led by Ami Perrin, argued against Calvin’s “insistence that church discipline should be enforced uniformly against all members of Genevan society”. Perrin and his allies were elected to the town council in 1548, and “broadened their support base in Geneva by stirring up resentment among the older inhabitants against the increasing number of religious refugees who were fleeing France in even greater numbers”. By 1555, Calvinists were firmly in place on the Genevan town council, so the Libertines, led by Perrin, responded with an “attempted coup against the government and called for the massacre of the French. This was the last great political challenge Calvin had to face in Geneva”. Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand wrote that Joseph Bonaparte “sought only life’s pleasures and easy access to libertinism” while on the throne of Naples.
To be human is possible. In this context, a robot with a human appearance wants to become more manlike, to be part of society, acting in it. The problem arises when his artificial brain will not process some things. He does not understand the behavior, customs, values, decisions and reason of human decadence. Each one of the electronic components that comprise him were programmed to function as an ideal and perfect human being (according to the standard of humanly possible perfection), he understands humanity in this way.
In reality, in human society as such, he does not find anything like himself. The human being IS NOT what has been programmed into his database. The real human being is practically totally the opposite.
The artificial intelligence with which he is equipped permits him to make the best decisions, to continue as what he is, a robot with human appearance, an autonomous and perfect machine, far from humanity, declaring himself, NON-HUMAN.
The characteristic analog sound of Gozne returns, though this time it seems harder and colder, approaching the sound of EBM (electronic body music) and old-school electro. The voice, already roboticized, serious, strange, paraphrases its own language mixture of English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Mapudungun, not so unintelligible.
Perhaps because of the concept behind the album, 4 x 4 rhythms do not abound, although this does not separate it from the root of Gozne’s work, which carries a sound with experimental characteristics to the dance floor.
Gozne is my father and knowing his musical works since always, and surely because of my metal roots, this is the album that I like most.
Octavio Yáñez Salinas
(Quilpué, Chile, octubre 2014)
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“SonLos+Cerdos Live Podcast”
País / Ciudad: España / Madrid
Este tercer podcast viene firmado por nuestro nuevo colaborador MÖ$Q, desde Madrid. Aquí nos enseña sus gustos, gran amante del ruido y de la política subversiva, un avance de lo que nos espera al escuchar su música.
Otro al saco! Gracias!
We are bringing some soothing ambient waves in these days of autumn sunsets.
Hailing from a suburb outside of Los Angeles, California, Gilbert finds his inspiration in deep calm sounds after taking long night walks listening to the sounds of the world that help him open his imagination for new creative embodiments all the time. After countless hours of producing anywhere from progressive to dynamic underground electronic music Gilbert rest’s his productions in deep ambient dub sounds. Being a unique compelling producer Gilbert has a massive passion in music.
Welcome to our deep music family one more gifted producer that holds a lot to tell us.
Formato: Lp digital
País / Ciudad: España / Barcelona
Fecha Publicación: Abril 2014
Estilo: Techno, Dark Techno
1. Cosmic Dreams
3. M88 Entrance
4. The Alien Party
5. Apollo 808
6. Intergalactic holiday
7. Solar Storm
8. Scrap Robot
9. The After
10. M88 Entrance (MegaHast3r Remix)
11. The Alien Party (Ángel García Remix)
12. Solar Storm (Periodo Particular Remix)
13. Scarp Robot (No Human Remix)
Aquí tenemos nuestro primer LP, Langax se ha volcado con el netlabel y cede todo su material más reciente. Al escuchar la calidad de los canciones, no ha habido otro remedio que empaquetarlo conjuntamente. Nueve canciones dignas de los más ilustres exploradores de los confines del universo. Pura tensión Langax, oscuridad con toques dub y techno.
Soisloscerdos añade cuatro remixes de nuestros amigos MegaHast3r, Ángel García, No Human y Periodo Particular.
Gracias a todos!!!!!
Awkward Hugs is by C. Reider, a guest from Vuzh Music netlabel. “This is some work I did in 2007, directly after ending my work with the drone collective Drone Forest. I wanted to do some music that fell far outside of that group’s constraints (no beat, no melody). This music reflects an interest in minimal techno that I had at the time. The exploration of beat-oriented material during this time eventually led to the series of releases I called The Electret Quintet, which merged the accessible material presented here with a more experimental approach.”
Insula in albis
circumdederunt per glaciem maris,
infesta, in fine mundi.
Terra Australis, Terra Incognita.
Ventus magis placent.
Orate mare ut revertar in patriam.
(Island of while
surrounded by sea ice.
Hostile, at the end of the world.
Southern earth, unknown land.
Wind in favor.
We pray to the sea to return us home).
With these words pronounced in Latin(1) by our friend and colleague Frank Benkho “Insula in Remix” begins, a collection of remixes and versions of the pieces that gave form to our disc “Insula in albis” (Pueblo Nuevo/Eolo, 2013). In a way, it is the final link of a work that started nearly two years ago, when we traveled with the support of the Chilean Antarctic Institute (INACH) to a secluded place located on the borders of civilization: King George Island (South Shetlands, Antarctica). There we collected images and sounds, both natural and human in origin, in an environment in which the majestic landscapes contrast with the technology used to resist the onslaught of the elements. We met people of different nations and cultures, sharing together in this environment of water, stone, ice, and rusted metal.
We presented “Insula in albis” in the Teatro Municipal “José Bohr” in Punta Arenas in the Celebration of 50 years of the Chilean Antarctic Institute. At the beginning of 2014 we managed to return to King George Island and we presented the work before the personnel of the “Eduardo Frei” base, in what was our second recital in Antarctica. After having shown it in Buenos Aires and Santiago, we decided to invite other musicians to reinterpret our discoveries, to make them their own and give them new forms in their own style. We appreciate the time and effort each one invested in realizing their contributions. We hope that we manage to transmit once again to all those who follow our trajectory the excitement we feel when we put our feet on this island, where people live together in a way that the rest of the world should imitate. “Insula in Remix” is available here, to help you set forth on a sonic flight towards the Continent of Light.
(1) All Latin provided to us by online translation applications.
(Punta Arenas, Magallanes, Chile, September 2014)
DP is the first long-player by Dream Park, with real name Patrick Bernet. He is a producer from Syracuse / New York who found into electronic music with the «Drum’n’Bass for Papa» LP / EPs by Plug. You can clearly hear a lot of Luke Vibert’s influence in his tracks, as well as Jean-Jacques Perrey, Squarepusher, old school techno and acid.
The album has been released on Patricks label Dream Park Records in June, on Yarn Audio it is now getting a re-release under a Creative Commons license.
Terrorrhythmus’ «Adapion Discorder» seems to be Yarn’s most smashing EP to date, judging by the almost endless amount of remixes. After the release of the uptempo remix-pack back in June, Yarn now presents «Adaption Disorder Remixes Pt. 2». The second remix-EP keeps up with the high energy, concentrating on a dancefloor-friendly tempo-range.
From Germany’s rough bank capital Frankfurt comes machine-musician Chris Geschwindner. The affiliate of the young label polen.rec woves «40h»’s pads and samples together with a shuffled house groove. His remix develops over eight minutes, leaving smiles everywhere with its airy and sunny atmosphere.
A totally different interpretation of «40h» comes from Llyphon. Terrorrhythmus’ mate from Bremen already released on his imprint Betonblume and DubKraftRecords. With stumbling bassdrums, flirring hi-hats and washed-out samples he transforms Terrorryhthmus’ trap track into a lush and varied piece of contemporary electronic music.
Also from Bremen comes producer and DJ in demand Tobs who just dropped his first vinyl on Drowned Records. His «Leaving Home»-version of «Post Smack» is full of warm pads and synths, unfolding sentimental feelings over a pretty straight house beat.
Uprising Belgian producer Take Away The Noise seems to have hardcore in his blood. His seven minute long adaption of «Post Smack» utilizes the original’s vocals in a stumping techno garment. Breaks and shuffled bassdrums penetrate the rough track which is designed to destroy dancefloors.
01-Farishta & ArikaLane – The Tree (Outey fixed)(6:30)
02-Farishta & ArikaLane – The Tree (Chillout version)(4:59)
03-Farishta & ArikaLane – The Tree (Minimal radio Edit)(3:41)
04-Farishta & ArikaLane – The Tree (Original mix)(3:46)
Pepperpot is an Amerindian-derived dish popular in Guyana. It is traditionally served at Christmas and other special events. Along with curried chicken, and cook up rice, pepperpot is one of Guyana’s national dish.
Pepperpot is a stewed meat dish, strongly flavoured with cinnamon, cassareep (a special sauce made from the cassava root) and other basic ingredients, including Caribbean hot peppers. Beef, pork, and mutton are the most popular meats used, though some have been known to use chicken. Pepperpot is popularly served with a dense Guyanese-style homemade or home-style bread, though like most food it can be eaten however one chooses, be it rice, or roti, though it is not the popular norm.
This dish is usually reserved for special occasions because it needs to cook for several hours, and mostly eaten on Christmas Day (like turkey in North America), or during the Christmas holiday season. Like the original Amerindian version it is usually made in a large pot and can be reheated and eaten over several days because the Cassareep starts preserving the meat. Versions of the dish are also served in several other countries in the Caribbean, including Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and St. Vincent.
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