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RISP is Richard Devine's algorithm-based exploration of generative time structures for analog synths. If you missed limited vinyl boarding pass worry not — gain 3 additional original richard devine compositions plus five remixes by Loops Haunt, Vaetxh, Subjex, Valance Drakes & Balkansky with the release of RISP on CD. Expect to breathe air on distant planets as chaotic, broken machines speak harmonious mutant languages via RD's human/alien soundesign and audio activist remixes. Thirteen new tracks to become alien.
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DU-16: CD info: http://detroitunderground.net/blog/2012/03/28/richard-devine-•-risp-•-cd/
7. Etch n Sketch
9. Vapor Wave Acid
10. York Capacitor
12. Plonked Spectral (Vaetxh oort cloud remix)
13. Oxin2lin (Valance Drakes Remix)
14. Plonked S.(Gordan-Loopshaunt-Remix)
15. Plonked S. (Subjex Remix) *
16. Plonked Spectral-(Balkansky Remix)*
17. Plonked S. (DrumCell Remix)*
* exclusive for digi download.
Total Time: 1:09 – 700.5MB
Release info from Detroit Underground http://detroitunderground.net/blog/2011/11/08/richard-devine-risp-ep-du-16/
Valentin Rodriguez, Dmas3, www.dmas3.com
Richard Devine: http://www.richard-devine.com
catalogue no.: ACP074
release date: 26.07.10
“I approach the tracks like they’re each little creatures, with their own ways of moving and interacting with the environment around them. Each one is supposed to have a certain personality or feel which is in some way distinct from the others. However, by virtue of them all being grown from the same broad gene pool they feel related to each other, sharing in the environmental pressures from the world around them.
All the tracks on this album were made over the last year and a half or so. They wouldn’t sound anything like they do without constant support on every level from the Mothers Against Noise Collective. We’ve been calling this stuff Dubfunk, but you can call it whatever you like.” – Duskky
Watch the visionary video of Bextures Teeth by Michel De Klein
Check out Roel’s very impressive back catalogue:
catalogue number: SCH-096
2012 Schematic Music Company
1 [0:00:00] Aphex Twin “Jynweythek” & “Hy A Scullyas Lyf Adhagrow” (For Prepared Piano) (2001) (2:19)
2 [0:02:19] Edgar Varese “Ionisation” (1960) (6:13)
3 [0:08:32] Plaid “Scope” (2004) (16:25)
4 [0:24:57] George Antheil “Ballet Mecanique” (1977) (16:25)
5 [0:41:22] John Cage “First Construction In Metal” (1939) (9:08)
6 [0:50:30] Jamie Lidell “Solo Set” (2004) (28:22)
7 [1:18:52] Steve Reich “Six Marimbas” (1986) (16:38)
8 [1:35:30] Aphex Twin “Polygon Window” (1992) (8:28)
18th June 2012 OUT!
nothings66 long-awaited new release is, from Tokyo Japan, Ametsub.
His previous album “The Nothings of The North”(2009) gets a big evaluation from wide listeners of the world. It was chosen as “the best disk in 2009” of Ryuichi Sakamoto and built a firm unique position in the current scene. Ametsub which is active based in Tokyo.
In 2011, he played a live at L.E.V. Festival in Spain with Apparat, Johann Johannson, Lorn, John Hopkins, Sbtrkt and others, it was called the best act live by a review magazine later and he left a large trace. Under activity across such borders, this album for the first time in three years is packed focusing on the musical piece played in his live, and an overpoweringly attractive stretch of his land exists compared with past work. A succession of feeling of floating drifting melodies that seems to remind an endless trip is finished in the strong sound-scape like a drawn spectacular nature, the solemn horizon, the silence of the evening, fluttering reminiscence in the old tape, magnificence red landscape like an album artwork. We can feel a gloom warmth in sense of isolation.
He passes various music-style creatively, this album has a many melancholy melodies that are changed faintly by old tape-recorder. The field recordings around the world. Also a new flavor with the prepaid piano sounds are knit. By the beat process closely and bold tone echoes sound, The one musicality that can be called the New field is beginning. All 12 tracks that an infinite view of the world of Ametsub which evolved steadily was expressed in to the next field without being stopped on one place.
Podcast 245: Lapalux
Words: Shawn Reynaldo
It wasn’t that long ago that Lapalux (a.k.a. Stuart Howard) was just another young UK producer perking up people’s ears with a hard-to-define mix of low-end-heavy, but undeniably experimental, sounds. Even when we tabbed him as a Bubblin’ Up artist last summer, largely on the strength on his then-fresh Many Faces Out of Focus EP, the full extent of his potential was only beginning to reveal itself. Then came this year’s When You’re Gone EP, released on Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder imprint, which displayed a whole new level of sophistication and a real penchant for sonic whimsy. With this kind of skill at his disposal, we were curious to see exactly what Lapalux could do if tasked with putting together an exclusive mix for the XLR8R podcast series. Although he doesn’t actually DJ that often—he prefers to perform live—Lapalux quickly proves that’s he’s more than capable of assembling a compelling mix. His selections come from both sides of the Atlantic and could individually be tagged with an assortment of inadequate genre names—bass music, beat music, witch house, screw, experimental—but ultimately, it’s clear that they all bear some relationship to hip-hop while only rarely sounding anything like traditional rap music. He’s clearly taking notes from a rich palette of influences, and though this podcast still doesn’t allow us to put Lapalux in a neat little box, it does provide an interesting window into the sounds that make him tick.
Bennett Kuhn, a lanky 23-year-old from New York with lots of love for cats and subwoofers among other things, is currently hard at work on a bunch of new musical projects including a jungle single to be released this summer as a white label under a secret moniker, another EP for Civil Music and a debut EP of Mt. Desert Island, a collaboration with Brooklyn-based songwriter/lyricist/singer/guitarist and best friend Jesse Kohn.
Kuhn’s mix offers a vast insight into his musical tastes, it is “a soundtrack to active remembering” featuring lots of unreleased material from Astro Nautico affiliates: Space Ghost, Moist Ghost, RAJA, Time Wharp and Young Montana? The artwork for the mix (‘Elephant Graveyard’) comes from the famous myth that old elephants naturally depart from their groups and travel long distances to ritual bone yards where they perish alone. Kuhn also dedicates this mix to his dog Mandy Burrows, who perished last Tuesday after living very happily for a long time.
1. Colleen – Nice And Simple (Leaf)
2. The Gorgeous Colours – Chopped Heart (Lemonada Remix) (Self-released)
3. Ouisa Hound – Memorand (Self-released)
4. Space Ghost – No Phone (Forthcoming Astro Nautico)
5. RAJA – He Won’t Pay Me (Unreleased)
6. Chits – I No U (Forthcoming Astro Nautico)
7. Time Wharp – Busy G (Unreleased)
8. Mugadzikwa Mwanagona – Chirombo Woye Nditerere (Sharp Wood)
9. Young Montana? – Cassetteplay (Soundcloud)
10. Tom Dissevelt & Kid Baltan – Orbit Aurora (Limelight)
11. Steve Spacek – Thursdays (Sound In Color)
12. Bennett Kuhn – Divinity Lies Within (Unreleased)
13. Montgomery Clunk – Faerie Fire (Error Broadcast)
14. Mariah Carey – Breakdown (Paul Jones Re-Edit) (Unreleased)
15. Moist Ghost – Bounce (Forthcoming Astro Nautico)
16. Abel – Girls (Huerco S. Remix) (Astro Nautico)
17. felix.castenzio – nightdrive (Courderoy)
18. BILLA BRONX – ??? (Some 1994 cassette tape I found in Bed-Stuy)
19. Kuhn – Reading Rainbow (Unreleased)
20. William Basinski – Part 6 [of Variations] (Die Stadt)
21. Vincent Gallo – I Think The Sun Is Coming Out Now (Warp)
A1 [00:00] “4″ (3:33)
A2 [03:33] “Cornish Acid” (2:23)
A3 [05:56] “Peek 824545201″ (2:54)
A4 [08:50] “Fingerbib” (3:48)
A5 [12:38] “Carn Marth” (2:30)
B1 [15:08] “To Cure A Weakling Child” (3:58)
B2 [19:06] “Goon Gumpas” (1:58)
B3 [21:04] “Yellow Calx” (3:01)
B4 [24:05] “Girl/Boy Song” (4:47)
B5 [28:52] “Logan Rock Witch” (3:31)
Released by: Warp Records
Release date: Nov 4, 1996
NH-Trio has touched and merged on jazz,electronica,glitch,hiphop,classic,and IDM. AndIt also assembles any rhythms of the glitch.
It has mixed and gathered about Jazz,classic,Noise and hybrids.
website: NH-Trio website
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AND THE BOX OFFICE FLOP “( O )( O )( O )”
THE YEAR IS 2012..
EXPERIMENTS WITH THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER LEAD
TO THE OPENING OF A WORMHOLE IN CENTRAL EUROPE BOOSTING
THE PLANET INTO A FUTURE
WHEN ALL CONSCIOUS BEINGS HAVE THE ABILITY TO CONTROL
THEIR VISUAL RANGE OF REALITY WITH THEIR MINDS.
THIS UNIVERSAL IMBALANCE TEARS OPEN A HOLE IN EXISTENCE, CREATING
A LUMINOUS MATTER, SENTIENT AND SELF GENERATING
ABSORBING AND CONSUMING EVERYTHING IN ITS PATH. TAKING OVER MINDS
AND MODIFYING REALITY INTO PURE LUMINOUS PERFECTION.
IT APPEARS UNSTOPPABLE.
BUT BALANCE MUST BE RESTORED…
FOR IF THERE IS LIGHT, DARKNESS MUST ALSO EXIST.
IF PERFECTION IS POSSIBLE, SO IS THE UTMOST IMPERFECTION.
AS THE LUMINOUS EXPANDS AND SPREADS, THE DARKNESS CONTRACTS AND DENSIFIES.
AS EVERYONE IS PERFECTED BY THE LIGHT AND EVERYTHING SEEMS LOST TO PERFECTION,
ONE MAN EMBRACES THE OTHER SIDE.
HIDING JUST OUT OF VISIBILITY. CONTROLLING MINDS
THROUGH ELECTROMAGNETIC FREQUENCIES, AND TRANSMITTING PURE IMPERFECTION.
A PIN POINT OF DARKNESS IN THE UNBEARABLE LUMINOSITY.
BECAUSE… EVERYONE ELSE’S MUSIC IS BETTER THAN THIS!!!
THIS MOVIE IS RATED XXXZICD
PRODUCERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF HAIR, GROWTH OF SIXTH FINGER, THIRD EYE AND/OR TESTICLE
BLEEDING EARS AND DIARRHEA.
JU/NK – Intergalactic Movie Critique
Released by: Crazy Language
Release/catalogue number: cl-041
Release date: Mar 5, 2012
The set “cl-041 | XZICD – Everyone Else’s Music Is Better Than This” by Crazy Language is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
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