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 the mind.
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!
Three suggestions for free-to-download music from across the internet, and from across the netlabel scene, featuring trap, alternative rock and ambient.
With sweaty palms and a lump in your throat, you knock on her door. She’s beautiful. The curtains are drawn and the scent of perfumed candles is heavy in the air. You prepare yourself for the most perfect romantic evening with the girl of your dreams.
Electronic music influenced by breaking news. 7.62×39 is AK47 size bullet. This song is about humanity self destruction ability…
An album of football inspired glitchy breakcore drum and bass, timed for release with the 2014 World Cup.
Teetering on the edge of dissonance, Katarrhaktes summons two disquieting tracks from beyond the pale.
As you might expect from two of the noisiest artists on our roster, this if full of razor sharp beats and acidic synths.
Not entirely bereft of the droney, dreamy distortions and repetitions that are Vasko’s sound but here they are realised in, perhaps, a more traditional fashion.
Cirix’ second EP on Bubblectro and Fwonk*, a playful and masterful lesson in glitch with electro sensibilities.