Texan synth-wrangler Le Kói drops onto Fwonk* with a debut EP, Silver. Twelve tracks of distorted synths and beats for all you IDM heads out there.
Electronic pulses, distorted drums gallop and barrages of fried electro beats, chilled pads and a whirl of awesome filter action.
Each track on this particular album began as a single phrase. Variations (in voicing, pitch and tempo) were spun from these phrases and then dubbed over each other.
Featuring a blizzard of abstract, organic and mathematical sound scapes, drones, rhythms and klangs.
A two track single from BSMo, a post-modern bedtime story, featuring words by Joseph Alford and vocals by Bentley. Fusing ambient soundscapes with poetic story telling, New Object is a stunning sonic experiment.
Ambient, glassy pads and tight, crisp and spasmodic beats combined in a full-on electro-stew. Intelligent and gripping.
In contrast to the noise of it’s companian piece, Antique Barbed Wire Symposium, Om Mani Padme Hum is a trilogy of ambient drones and soundscapes.
A three act opera of harsh grinding, squealing noise, acting as a companion piece to a second release by Deaf By TV, Om Mani Padme Hum.
Seventeen tracks of full on unrelenting wrongcore. Originally recorded way back in 2003, this is a testament to the missuse of dangerous substances (namely coffee and Kendal Mint Cake).