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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Mushy - M.U. Podcast 47# (October 2012)

Mushy solo experimental synth project from Rome. She's well known with her debut album "Faded Heart" released on Mannequin last year. We're waiting for her nextcoming album "Breathless" dated for November. "My Life So Far" her first single will be avaible soon on October. Abou the mix: All Is Found, All Is Lost "Closer comes the the horseman,drumming on the plain.The boy is in the forge; his eyes are closed.Through the olive grove come the gypsies, dream and bronze,their heads held high, their hooded eyes." From Ballad Of The Moon By Federico Gàrcia Lorca. Download Podcast Here.

Tracklist :
01. Cissy Houston - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child (Jimmy Scott version) 
02. Weimar Gesang - The Dragging 
03. Mark Lanegan - Blues For D mixed with I Put A Spell On You (Nina Simone) 
04. Eyeless In Gaza - Lies Of Love 
05. Coil - Where Are You 
06. Vox Populi! - Fassle 
07. Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - On Demon Wings mixed with The Old Time Moan (Bessie Griffin) 08. Cisfinitum - District Delta 
09. Portishead - Theme From To Kill A Dead Man mixed with Lord Don't Move The Mountain (Mahalia Jackson) 
10. Buffie Saint-Marie - Poppies 
11. Mahalia Jackson - Trouble Of The World

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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Gareth Pugh: Spring 2013 Ready-to-Wear

Runway Pictures  [Here] Backstage Pictures [Here]

Rick Owens: Spring 2013 Ready-to-Wear

Balmain: Spring 2013 Ready-to-Wear

Friday, September 28, 2012

Pete Swanson - Pro Style

Pete Swanson - Pro Style (Type Recordings) Comentários: **Limited Edition - initial copies on neon-pink wax** Stunning 30 minute session of brain-searing noise techno deconstructions from the virulent Pete Swanson. 'Pro Style' continues the former Yellow Swan's work on 'Man With Potential' and that mighty 7" for BEB's Confessions series, rerouting disparate strains of modular synth squall and bludgeoned rhythms into a decaying techno multiverse on the brink of collapse. The title track rams grotty, toiling bass hits under a face-mauling blast of dissonant, sticky noise calamity, like a dose of sonic bath salts straight to the ear. A VIP mix follows, placing more emphasis on hulking, viscous dub lurch and really allowing the noise to shred through the pain threshold into a zone of cathartic, psychedelic pleasure. He saves his best effort for the flip, as 'Do You Like Students?' occupies a breathtaking interzone of transcendent Goan bliss and industrially-reinforced, 6am-eternal rhythms, a collective dark fantasy brought to life by a man who's probably spent very little time on the dancefloor, yet knows exactly what he needs it to sound like. in boomkat
From The Pro Style EP

Out summer 2012 on Type Recordings

Video by Brenna Murphy

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Monday, September 10, 2012

IVVVO "OCCULT" [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Ricardo Donoso - Assimilating the Shadow

Ricardo Donoso "From Sterling to Snow" from Digitalis Industries on Vimeo.

Ricardo Donoso - Assimilating the Shadow (Digitalis Recordings) Comentários: Ricardo Donoso made a very fine impression last year with his debut album of sunrise rave moments, 'Progress Chance' . The label have nabbed his sterling follow-up, 'Assimilating The Shadow', another beautiful suite of tingling arpeggios and rippling rhythmic tactility recalling memories of Goan beach parties and Amazonian raves you never visited. While Ricardo's more recent Perispirit movement with Luke Moldof is more an academic concern, here he finds a finer balance between complex compositional strategies, sacred geometry and trance-like gratification. And that darkly blissful ambiguity is key, reviving a viral sensibility that was once the currency of classic electronica, but has now been largely appropriated and intensified to jaw-breaking degrees by dance substrains like psytrance and progressive house. The labyrinthine elaborations of 'Assimilating The Shadow' sidestep the pitfalls of convention and orthodoxy, instead joining the dots back and forth between Jean Michel Jarre and Speedy J, or Manuel Göttsching and Lorenzo Senni to create a stellar sound for spangled ears. in boomkat [Para Ouvir/Samples]

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Monday, September 03, 2012

1991 - Azealia Banks