“‘Fin del Tiempo’ (‘End of Time’) is not a religious work, although in the creative process, passages from the Bible were the source of inspiration for the concept; for this reason, included along with the download of the album is a PDF document with the verses used.
The ‘Non Human‘ robot has been reduced to the minimum expression, a microchip with software. This allows his artificial brain to survive practically intact to the holocaust of the ‘Fin del Tiempo’.
‘Fin del Tiempo’ is the conclusion of a series of works under one concept with the aliases of Gozne and Zacarías Malden.
‘Fin del Tiempo’ initiates the definitive fusion of styles, where the rhythmic essence of Gozne merges with the purely experimental style of Zacarías Malden.
‘Nation will rise against nation; there will be earthquakes in many places, hunger and turmoil, terror and signs in the heavens; it is necessary for this to happen, but it is not yet the end. ‘ (Jesus of Nazareth). This is also the ‘Fin del Tiempo’, believe it or not, it is already happening.
For this described above, it was appropriate to write the review and / or presentation of the work myself (Gozne), to take the opportunity to thank my family, while ending a stage of my musical career and at the same time initiating another that is more abstract and primitive, minimalist and practically binary, both in audio and video.”
(Quilpué, Chile. Diciembre / December 2017)
Nuova apparizione e nuovo artista alle manopole
nelle pagine di EPHEDRINANETLABEL,
da un bellissimo posto che nessuno mai saprà, del pianeta terra,
arriva Mr CRPTC ed il suo mondo
fatto di suoni Techno filtrati tra maglie sonore IDM e richiami oscuri
che sicuramente vi piacerà ascoltare in cuffia mentre nella notte
vi affacciate dalle vostre finestre di casa,
per vedere se qualcuno vi ha seguito!!!!
M.Clike aka CRPTC – Italy.
The first approach to the music is when he starts around 1998 as hip hop dj/producer playing and sampling his personal collection of old and rare records.
Changed radically in 2002 pointing toward the electronic music, starting to mix breakbeat, house and techno.
Today he produces sperimental, ambient and electronic music in general.
CRPTC – Peaks
01_CRPTC – Jumping haze
02_CRPTC – Landscapes textures
03_CRPTC – Don’t Hate Me
04_CRIPTURE (crptc + structure) – Lullaby
M.Clike aka CRPTC – Italia.
Il primo approccio alla musica è quando inizia nel 1998 come dj / producer hip hop, suonando e remixando la sua collezione personale di record vecchi e rari.
È cambiato radicalmente nel 2002, puntando verso la musica elettronica, cominciando a mescolare breakbeat, house e techno.
Oggi produce tracce che spaziano dall’IDM, all’ambient sino ad arrivare nelle galassie più lontane.
Special guest da MILANO Mr STRUCTURE che appare nella quarta traccia con un Lullaby per le vostre notte insonni….
Mysterious and almost mythical substance that lives deep under water of earth’s electronic oceans. It designs synthetic sound sculptures on regular basis. It’s compositions are dynamic rhythmic patterns combined with emotional melodies and various digital effects. Few it’s creatures are captured in our nets and presented in this release.
Released: November 2017
Debut EP by Immortal Sun on Digital Diamonds! After releasing on Techgnosis Records, Immortal Sun delivers 4 fresh, exciting and groovy tracks, with that pinch of psychedelic. An innovative fusion between Progressive Minimal & Microhouse, cutting edge Melodic Techno!
“We are musicians who live and create at the edge of the world, who over two decades have worked to represent through sound and image various aspects of our habitat. ‘Ciencia Sur‘ (Southern Science) continues this trajectory, addressing the subject of field research. This work was conceived as a musical and audiovisual journey through the imposing landscapes of Patagonia and Antarctica, where science is developed in extreme conditions, as it seeks to answer transcendental questions about the past, present and future of the planet we inhabit.
The composition and recording of these works developed between July and September, combining the use of synthesizers with the use of unusual resources, such as the recording of sounds and electromagnetic emissions emitted by laboratory instruments and the conversion into sound of fossil images and diagrams concerning Climate Change through special software. We launched it in the framework of the opening of the IX Latin American Congress of Antarctic Science, an event that in early October 2017 brought together more than 300 researchers in the city of Punta Arenas (Chile).
The presentation of these works is accompanied by images provided by the Department of Communications and Education of the Chilean Antarctic Institute, which shows excavations in Cerro Guido (Torres del Paine commune), marine studies in the Magallanes channels, and images of the last two versions of the Antarctic Scientific Expedition (ECA), the latter including recordings made with drones on Chilean scientific bases in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands.
For us, it is very important to link art with the science that is being realized in the territory that we inhabit, because we believe that being of the Magallanes concerns not only knowing about our regional past, but also in imagining a future based on the search for knowledge. This work is dedicated to the women and men who study both the remote past and the uncertain future, entering the southern bastions. There, between the wind and the ice, they are discovering the keys to our destiny.”
(Punta Arenas, Magallanes, Chile. Octubre / October 2017)
Fingerflood is an electronic music project born as a part of the many musical extensions of Gaetano Fontanazza.
What we have in this debut release, named “Beats and Stabs and Kick in Four,” is the strong intent to basically dive into the fat obscure electronic moods of dub techno, somehow near to the Berlin scene if you like. The release has an ideal split in the middle of its playlist, switching from dub techno to more dub idm-oriented tracks.
“Project inspired by ever-changing London landscape.
‘E2’ – title of that EP is a first part of East London post-code,
a place I used to live, that was recently demolished for new buildings made of Aluminum, Tempered Glass and Rubber & Wood.”
“Proyecto inspirado en la constante transformación de Londres, concretamente en el “East London post-code”, lugar donde vivía, que fue recientemente demolido para construir nuevos edificios hechos de aluminio, vidrio templado y caucho y madera.”
It was around 2,600 years ago when a Judean teenager was taken captive by the rapidly ascending Babylonian Empire, a force of unstoppable military strength, great wealth and technological advancement. Normally such an event would lead to a life in misery as a slave … but God had something else in mind for this young man named Daniel.
Daniel, The teenager who had been taken captive, came to realize that God was miraculously working with him … but not only to preserve his life. God was revealing through him some major prophecies of future world-ruling empires. As a resident of the world’s premier capital city and AS an honored wise man in King Nebuchadnezzar’s court, Daniel demonstrated God’s superiority over the pagan gods of Babylon and left a legacy of faithful obedience to God in spite of grave trials and tribulations.
Inspired by the Old Testament book, Italian producer Orlando La Montagna adapts the story of Daniel and transforms it into a dub adventure, introducing different variations of the same riddim just like the different chapters of the book. Each track has a deep spiritual ambience; starting with “Induction in Babylon” where Daniel is introduced in the hard Babylonian system through a stepper-techno beat and ending with “Life Giver”, which sends the final message to our permissive society of power-hungry people … to a nation without God. Daniel’s situation in Babylon sounds quite a bit like our own, doesn’t it?
Myth: a sacred story, a set of beliefs, a way to make sense of the world, to connect the dots. A notion that is also the name of one of the first tracks made by BeatMyth (in 2007). It was one of many pieces in that raw and forward-thinking style, characteristic for the next half decade. But, the mythical narrative can be said to have started in Novo mesto, that town just halfway between Ljubljana and Zagreb. Exchanging the guitar and the amp with two turntables was the best deal ever. And there we also have the beginnings of the praised jazz-funk-rock group Moveknowledgment, and PlankTon’s turntables and records were part of it. Dance parties soon ensued at the local pub and the locals were going bat-shit-crazy, driven by the fast jump-up breakbeat science from the UK. It was all LTJ Bukem’s fault. And perhaps Fatboy Slim’s too.
After a few years in the urban setting of Ljubljana, there was more and more electronic music knowledge on the table. Igor and his flatmate Mitja Pritržnik were dabbling in writing and production, laying down some charged breakbeat tracks, inviting N’toko – PlankTon’s partner MC at many drum’n’bass gigs – for an ad-hoc recording session. And Mitja’s sister giveth the project the name. At the backdrop of that time were musical influences such as Adam Freeland and Hyper, gigs with the “Illegal crew”, a drum’n’bass crew on the rise, and production discussions with its chief MarkoMan. Lots of hours of tedious work behind the computer resulted in BeatMyth’s debut: “Your Own Two Heads”, an industrial electro-punk collection of bangers.
In the poetics of this work, one can sense the history of personal musical growth: the beginnings in doom metal and the sense of immediacy of jump-up and harder strains of drum’n’bass. Active as a DJ in the last decade, PlankTon moved exceedingly firmly into the contemporary breakbeat scene, very much in line with what can be found on BeatMyth’s first two albums. However, proper appreciation of this project is not possible without taking into account the live performance of PlankTon and N’toko, who have until now always presented BeatMyth in an outgoing onslaught of beats, basslines, synth-stabs, and fast vocal ranting, animating many a sleepy auditorium into something akin to a small riot. And to furthermore bring the tentacles of this project’s context to light, it must be said that at the core of the project stands a multiskilled producer and audio engineer, whose areas of work go beyond mere clicking around his DAW: robotics workshops for kids, technical support for art installations, analogue synthesizer repairs, audio studio building, mastering and mixing a variety of different projects, and live sound.
And finally, this, the third album maturely brings up musical material created through a different approach, a different attitude, and mixes it up with that signature outgoing electro-punk vibe of the previous two albums. This attitude is purposefully playful. It’s a move away from the dance floor, away from the dictate of the live spectacle into an exploration of sound-based sample-heavy trickery. Still, it by no means represents an abandonment of the basic, ever-present principle, the pillar of this sound: firm musical decisiveness and a never-ending search for dynamics in balance.
Channel Surfing is a quasi-vaporwave project. Meaning that it predates vaporwave, and was initially influenced by the glitch and idm scenes of the 90′s and early 2000′s. With Channel Surfing, the focus is on microhouse and shoegaze. On ‘Paradox In The Bathroom’. . . I took a detour, and focused on lyrics. This time, it was the political solitude of an uncertain future. The in-between moments, of both turmoil and tranquility in America. Sonically, ‘Paradox’ uses Sound Design as a songwriting tool. Drum machines were treated like synthesizers, field recordings were processed like guitars. It is a very environmental spin on the “rock formula”. Channel Surfing is the band from the Mojave Desert. The locus of Channel Surfing is “Ethereal Synthesis” in all it’s various forms. From album to album, the locus changes, falling together or falling apart, but the same ethereal techniques apply in different ways. Sometimes, outspoken and political, other times, quiet and interspective. Enjoy. . .
J4ck Sh4rk open their wings and display the array of sounds that interests them. Tracks that show weight, such as “Longest Road” and “Blind”, and others have elegance and subtlety, such as “Preta Pretinha” and “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”. 2011 was the peak of sonic expansion and exploration.
Finally, Floating Machine (aka 50% of Code Therapy) delivers his debut EP “Convergence” on Digital Diamonds. This trippy release is packed with three original tracks, deep and hypnotic as we love it, plus a rolling and progressive remix of Luis M’s track “Interferenz”.
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