[FW159] Sleepers by Phirnis/Katarrhaktes Regular Fwonk* artists Phirnis and Katarrhaktes have colluded to devise this split LP. Resting somewhere between noise and ambience, Sleepers recalls the uncomfortable mode of comfort between the comatose and wakeful states. Fragments of sound play back like phantom memories, washing and repeating upon themselves as waves upon the shores of […]
Ohsaurus returns to Fwonk* with an album originally issued in March 2013 on the now defunct Noecho Records netlabel. PUng is full length album rooted in funky electronica and modern beats with jazz influence.
Three new releases mixing chiptunes, ambient soundscapes, and ersatz 1980s sci-fi soundtracks.
This is ambient music as pure minimalist, smooth drones, and it sounds gorgeous. DR weaves together warm textures to create perfect headphone music for creating your own personal cocoon, sheltered from the noise of the world.
3dtorus returns with an album written with a heavy flu, in a strange state of mind, in a land somewhere between codeine and aspirin, dream and wake, weak and weird.
Aphex Twin / Syro Aphex Twin’s long overdue return for the wilderness (ok… he did the Analord series and Tuss) is a perfect summation of his career to date. He didn’t reinvent electronica (again), but did he really need to? The weight of expectation made this album seem almost an anti-climax, but it was Aphex’s […]
Heskin Radiophonic radiantly beams in two variations on a classic Christmas carol, for your festive enjoyment. One is loud. One isn’t.
After some time contributing to the Fwonk* compilations and being one half of Venona Pers, echosonic has stirred from his torpor to create a winter-inspired single-track EP
What’s Christmas without a Christmas single? Cuckoo Spit and Katarrhaktes bring you a frosty, tongue-in-cheek ditty based on a seasonal classic along with a bonus remix. Why is Sister Susie sitting on a thistle? Take a listen and find out!
Record an original piece of music for the season. You are free to use whatever you wish to create your track.
Almark brings forth two new singles from early fall 2014. Oracle allows life to be heard with each beat and explodes into a mystery; thus allowing the Avant-Garde to flow into a different ‘dance-like’ music pool. While Feather chooses the more ‘serene’ yet haunting approach of nature and music.