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094 / Katarrhaktes: Ascension

A regular contributor to Fwonk*, Katarrhaktes has brought us some stunning music in the past, hopping genres from harsh digital noise, through 8-bit to ambient. Here he brings all those influences together an adds a new element – epic hugeness. This EP is his most complete, accomplished and (dare I say it?) accessible to date.

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078 / Jabe: PGain

Jabe drops onto Fwonk* with a quintet of beat driven, dirty, glitchy hiphop tunes. Warm synths, funk-sodden drums, dubstep basses and crackly samples collide with meteoric loveliness.

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068 / Wet Cock: Punchmereallyhardintheface

Rooted in Uganda but translocated to the Isle of Man, Dwain and Wayne Underslap, as the sublime Wet Cock, bring to the world of music a refined product of extreme talent fused with an almighty presence that is impossible to ignore. This debut release from the brothers, punchmereallyhardintheface, mixes traditional soft rock sensibilities with extreme rock violence. This is music. This is Wet Cock.

Produced, mixed and mastered at Camp Cock.

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067 / Imploded View: An Exploded Few

This collection is the introductory début by Imploded View, aka Jerome McCormick. This release is not forward in going backwards with an exciting blend of experimental electronic music. Although the music here could be refered to as IDM, it’s not a term that Imploded View is comfortable with. There’s a whole manner of synth washes, retro in style for the most part, and hooks which are both catchy and un-catchy at the same time. Speed-wobbles in slow motion feature thanks to the incorporation of a 1/4 inch Reel-to-Reel tape machine in the creation process.

Please note that due to legal reasons, we have had to remove most of the tracks from this EP. We apologise to all our listeners.

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066 / BpOlar: deep_locators

BpOlar, hailing from Antwerp in Belgium specialises in deep, deep ambient with a dub flavour. Listening to deep_locators is an aural return to the womb, only with reverb trails that last forever. Seven tracks, and nearly one hour of aural bliss.

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063 / Tiruset: Siruxect

Electronic pulses, distorted drums gallop and barrages of fried electro beats, chilled pads and a whirl of awesome filter action. A stunning wake up call for 2011. Tiruset’s music folds in upon itself and spews itself out again, better than before.

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059 / Ohsaurus: Glacial Pioneer

This album explores the ideas of joy and terror, enlightenment and desolation. The extremes of noise and melody, deconstruction alongside groove construction. This album was created by Ohsaurus in October and November 2010.

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056 / Turzbot: Substructure

Turzbot is a Polish composer who brings enormous throbbing bass, crispy fried beats, serene pads and glitchy, pounding rhythms. Substructure is eight tracks, 37 minutes of stunning electronic goodness.

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055 / The Ambient Society: Phantom Frequences

With Phantom Frequencies, The Ambient Society deliver four tracks of fluttering beats, dub delays and spaced out soundscapes. Drenched in lovely reverb, mixing ambient, dub and psychedelia with a stunning crystal clear production, its available in both FLAC and MP3 320kbps format.

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054 / I Have A Box: Bunnies

Sickmoth fell over and this new thing happened. Mostly recorded live, sequenced, a little programming here and there, *i have a box* is born with this first release, Bunnies.

It was mastered by John Sutherland at Distorted Science and the cover artwork was by Tomputer.

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