Attention all you greasers, hopheads and squares! Stratosonics are here to jet propel you into the future with some down and dirty rock and roll! So quit your gawping and buckle in for some high speed, all attitude and no talent psychobilly vibes.
We celebrate Fwonk*s fiftieth release in a big way: we present our biggest ever compilation, full of new, rare and unreleased tracks by members (old and new) of the forum. Then, as if that were not enough we present four exclusive mixes representing the cream of Fwonk*s output, mixed by Heskin Radiophonic, Total Cult, Vasko The Pig and Katarrhaktes. In total we present nearly six full hours of music for your listening pleasure, and to top it all off, we present a stylish CD booklet in PDF format.
Viejos Hombres de Abejón are a collective of drone musicians, whose line-up on this release includes Heskin Radiophonic, Echosonic, and Vasko the Pig. Drawn from their collective experience, this release describes the experience of three liftimes lived, yet lived with an eye on the future.
Using some new fangled doohickeys to manipulate 1s and 0s, granular clouds of noise and melody invite the listener back to the bucolic times of the band’s youth. The album’s six tracks are designed equally to calm the troubled mind and to scare the sane. So, put on your slippers, pop a Werther’s Original in your mouth, relax in your wing-back chair, stoke your briar and enjoy some old-time drone.
Wait For No Man is inspired by the sensation of standing on a beach, watching the waves crashing and breaking mere feet away and the combination of strength, beauty, destructive power and the slow passage of time. It captures these sensations through a series of drone based tracks, featuring subtle melodic patterns, delicate guitar work and glitchy percussion.
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A departure for Fwonk* – an album hip hop and rap by Flash – a solo project from one of the founding members of D-Rhyme Intervention. Flash has cooked together and remixed beats from several local producers including DJ No Face and Heskin Radiophonic, and layed his sizzling rhymes over the top
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).