it’s time for a little bit of serbia! being long overdue, finally we present to you another chapter of unfoundsound’s “location series” — which features compilations of artists based in one city. first, we did buenos aires, then marseille, then melbourne, and then philadelphia. this time around, it’s novi sad (serbia’s second largest city). unfoundsound’s cofounder sean o’neal (a.k.a. someone else) continues to travel often and move around. after he himself has been living for a couple of years in novi sad, he realized it was time to put together a compilation of some of the finest electronic music artists in the city. very soon after he relocated to novi sad, sean quickly discovered that the city has an intelligent and thriving underground electronic music scene. so maybe it’s time to help put this city on the map. on happy in novi sad, you get a whopping 15 tracks ranging from minimal techno to deep tech-house to ambient to glitchy experimental, and there’s even a touch of loopy indie rock thrown in for good measure. the novi sad-based artists on this compilation include dako loop orchestra, fall apart (featuring the voice of radoje cupic), otto von disko, klaus pp, sloxxx, yoma, nebes, mthaza, daniel fritz, noise destruction (featuring dj z and dj fakir), daniel alexandar and mika technika. so, be happy…in novi sad!
Beta Draconis (β Draconis, β Dra) is the third brightest star in the northern circumpolar constellation of Draco. It has the traditional name Rastaban, which has also been used for Gamma Draconis. With an apparent visual magnitude of 2.79, it is bright enough to be easily seen with the naked eye. Based upon parallax measurements from the Hipparcos astrometry satellite, it lies at a distance of about 380 light-years (120 parsecs) from Earth.
Old Vicious can be marked as a Digital Diamonds classic. A track by Crennwiick formerly released on Digital Family Vol. 4 compilation.
Now it gets a smooth refresh by Flembaz, a progressive touch by Trilingo and finally some trancy flavour by Welovebass.
NCRPTD.DSCRPTN comes from Mexico and brings to us a strongly and consistent experimental techno sound with a dark touch. Techno and Experimental approach mixed together to build up a solid and magnetic music style. The Abstract Meaning ep is for free download through Stato Elettrico’s website.
Alic is back with some very serious and smart melodic stuff on A-side of that brilliant Techno EP.
B-side represents a fresh remake of “The Acid Flow”, a track originally released on their album “Close Distance” in 2014 and Crennwiick contributes a super nice remix of the upcoming track “Ostkreuz” on Techgnosis Records.
Doublereflect Fossil (If I Had A Hi Fi Chamber of Echoes Mix)
Doublereflect – Fossil (Retouched Remix)
Doublereflect – Fossil (Liquom Remix)
Doublereflect – Fossil (Ignacio Sine Remix)
Doublereflect – Fossil (Maddna Remix)
Gerard Llop (Doublereflect): obsesionado con el techno él decide comprarse unos technics para elaborar sus propias mezclas como “dj”, despues de varios años pinchando él decide crear su propia musica, influenciado por muchos estilos de la musica electronica decidió declinarse por el techno dub ambient deep..
Gerard Llop (Doublereflect): obsessed with techno he decides to buy some technics to develop their own mixes as “dj”, after several years playing he decided to create his own music, influenced by many styles of electronic music he decided to be declined by the ambient dub techno deep ..
EP: ….marca un poco la evolución de este aprendizaje…. También una época… estados anímicos, sentimientos personales… son algunos reflejos que cada uno interpreta con su mente…
EP: .. .brandname a little evolution of this learning… Also a time… moods, feelings personal… are some reflexes that interprets each with its own mind…
Miroslav Wilde was born in Ukraine in 1994, but soon migrated to the city of Saint – Petersburg Russia. His musical tastes evolved over his career out of the trance and techno to bass lines and dark sounds of dub and deep techno.
The release “Ocean” is a heartful dub-techno work (soundtrack). While creating this music, I was greatly influenced by my trips to the sea. I wish you were immersed into the atmosphere of travelling alongside the endless ocean. Just enjoy it!
New melancholic compilation “Lo-Fi Fidelity”, arranged through the efforts of two producers – Hank Hobson and Hobotek within the framework of their collaborative project H + H2 – is designed in a cold and sometimes gloomy tone. The tone which creates that autumnal touch specific for the season. Plangent ambient and drone, pensive trip-hop and experimental electronica make one wonder about the internal quality of music, its message and the atmosphere created by the melodies. Musicians whose works are represented in the compilation protest against the lack of spirit in the modern world where the value of ideas is substituted by the masterly performance, and brandish their fidelity to the ideals of the past, when the music was considered to reflect the musician’s perception of the world. The ideas that are so often forgotten now.
Visual texture is the illusion of having physical texture. Every material and every support surface has its own visual texture and needs to be taken into consideration before creating a composition. As such, materials such as canvas and watercolour paper are considerably rougher than, for example, photo-quality computer paper and may not be best suited to creating a flat, smooth texture. Photography, drawings and paintings use visual texture both to portray their subject matter realistically and with interpretation. Texture in these media are generally created by the repetition of shape and line.
The second release for Christmas 2015 is a new album by Kahvi regular artist ‘Mint’.
The curiously named ‘The Minotaur’s Head’ is six tracks of Mint’s blend of oldschool inspired beats and sounds, with today’s IDM techniques. Progressive and subtle in places, with earth shaking beats and basses.
The Minotaur’s Head includes influences of some previous Kahvi artists – like Aaron Jasinski (Tribal Shake) along with oldskool 8bit soundtracks (Distant Signals) and even a nod towards some very early Kahvi releases by Xhale and Epoq (Spirit Touch).
Track of choice , most definitely for this oldschool fan: The unpronouncable ‘Pharmacopoeia’ which is epic progressive oldschool at it’s best!
Per Mr CH’AB
La passione per la musica è iniziata dall’ascolto dell’hardcore
e frequentando la sua scena underground.
Nel 2009 i suoi primi techno live
suonando sia in feste legali e feste gratuite.
Co-fondatore del progetto Loungesquatt
è diventato promotore e creatore di party tra Milano e Berlino.
Le sue tracce techno sono influenzate dai suoni mentali, psichedelici, ipnotici e sperimentali.
01_CH’AB – Music salvation
02_CH’AB – Persistent idea
03_CH’AB – Situations
04_CH’AB – Slow karma
Negli ultimi anni ha suonato a fianco di vari artisti europei e internazionali
nella scena underground e non
come ad esempio: Len Faki, Gary Beck, Rebekah, Laura Jones, Neverdogs, Chris Liberator, Henry Cullen aka Dave the Drummer, Lawrie immersione, Rachel Rackitt, Jerome Hill, Rob Stow, Dj Zebedeo, Francesco Zappalà, Mad Alba e molti altri.
Con EPHEDRINA dal 2013, ha già confezionato varie tracce e remix, oscure e trippose che si possono ascoltare sul sito di ephedrina.
The tracks of the Chord Memories e.p. are pendling between organic percussions, warm synthie and sizzling hihats it delivers a melancholic memory. Maybe to distract from rainy days, to wallow in thoughts. Pulsating and swirling chords rooted in summer ease combined with drums that force you to dance. The tapping beats of “Hold on” set the direction of the entire e.p. . Scapes shape up in a whirling manner, lightly swirl around that driving rhythm and let us hope for more. “Transformation” in no way inferior to the opener delivers technoid sounds, untamed, rough drums and a constantly changing synth line. “Cliché” and “At The Beach” stand out due to their drifting ease and a touch of discoish funk – especially melodical in “At The Beach”. The e.p. finishes with a great culmination: “Night Drive” which already prooved its clubability thanks to its warm house sound.
Diy tape with handmade designed and printed cover available on bandcamp.
ARSURA is the result of a collaboration between Air Protection Office and Servadio started in Berlin in the autumn 2014 during a jam session at Ekar records studio playing some diy machine and effects. The project reach the final shape one year later in London at Servadio/Thosebaddays studios with the support of Workinklassnoize.
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!
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