Insane, damaged, schizophrenic. Cardigan of Wasps takes a turn for even darker waters in the filthy noise-industrial mechanical monstrosity Goreshit Roadkill. The five unconventional remixes on this EP hack the original song to pieces, reassembling its remaining flesh and bones into beautiful depictions of ugliness.
hxw hxw’s experimental, conceptual debut LP was created only using audio samples gleaned from entertainment media such as film, television, and video games. Appropriating the mythological Narcissus as a metaphor for the vanity of contemporary society, it challenges the onanistic practices of art itself.
After years of silently releasing material without so much as a whisper, the mysterious hxw hxw (romanised from the Ancient Greek, meaning ‘echo echo’) brings us its first single ‘a body of water is a kind of mirror, i suppose’. These two songs have been remixed specifically for this release using elements taken from the upcoming album ‘narcissus stripped bare by his own eyes, even’.
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.
Three more completely free netaudio releases scoured from the finest of the interwebs.
Electronic music influenced by breaking news. 7.62×39 is AK47 size bullet. This song is about humanity self destruction ability…
Partly deep, subdued ambient, partly industrial, glitchy drums. This is the sound of Cabaret Voltaire performing at Tech Noir. Come, enjoy and join in the electrical hum.
Post-Human is the debut album by English artist, James Breeze; an experimental album of lush soundscapes and unsettling textures.
he single features a vibrant framework of lush instrumentation, spacious synths, crushing Industrial rhythms and delicate dynamism.
Two new songs from Fwonk*s regular shit-kickers, Stratosonics. BuzzFeed Baby is an ode to the popular social website for morons.