Mixing elements of glitch-hop, electropop, EDM and vaporwave, Lesson #1 from collaborative duo dafra19 is above all enormous fun.
Andrulian has created something special with The Girl With The Long Flowing Hair. All sound elements were initially forged using the Virtual ANS software synthesiser that analyses images into microtonal sound. All sounds were derived from the one image, by Laura Woermke. This was then tweaked, manipulated and arranged using […]
Phirnis gives us his first solo release in 2 years. While many of his previous offerings were all about noise as ambient drone, this one is about noise as a process.
Dreamy, saccharine vocals clash with socially acerbic lyrics in this misanthropic single written especially for the Holiday Season.
Presenting two previously unreleased tracks taken from the Sleepers/Apnoea sessions, in which a musical motif is torn in two directions.
Musique-concrete party crashers hxw hxw round off their ‘narcissus…’ era with a full-length remix album. This LP compiles all previous b-sides alongside several new tracks, including ‘lullaby of the portcullis’, an 8 minute monster comprised only of samples of video game deaths.
Coming from Cordoba, Argentina Ignacio Cantú with this outstanding album: this is electronic experimentation at it’s best, and feature manipulated, ethereal vocals.
In their second full-length split LP, Phirnis and Katarrhaktes collaborate to bring you the unsettling Apnoea; seven sleep-deprived tracks of industrial/ambience which slip between modes of melody, musique concrete, and extreme electronic dissonance.
EXOBATCH brings his trademark distortion and grind to the dancefloor, with 24. A classic groovy tune featuring analog synths, pounding drums and ghostly vocals. Remix duties are by Heskin Radiophonic.
Towards the top right hand corner of the cover lays a bright yellow star larger than ours. Around that star orbits 14 planets that, like in our own system, vary considerably. Many of these planets surfaces are unreachable, and may or may not contain life. However, one, just like Earth, is situated perfectly in a Goldilocks Zone. Therefore, a craft was able to approach and descend upon the planet and pick up recordings, images, and samples for further research.
Here is a small glimpse of the mysterious, unnamed planet coded as Del01229.