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Friday, March 30, 2012


Saturday, March 24, 2012

Sabrina Ratte - Experiment III

Video feedback, AZDEN VPC-10, LZX Video Synthesizer . Electronic sounds -Roger Tellier-Craig


Sabrina Ratte - Experiment II

Using video feedback and the AZDEN VPC-10 . Electronic sounds -Roger Tellier-Craig

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Carter Tutti Void - Transverse

«Mute are pleased to announce the release of CARTER TUTTI VOID’s Transverse, a unique collaboration from Chris Carter & Cosey Fanni Tutti (Throbbing Gristle) and Nik Void (Factory Floor), out on vinyl, CD and download on 26 March 2012. »
The hugely anticipated album from Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti and Factory's Floor Nik Void finally arrives on Mute, and we're pleased to report it's even more than the sum of its parts, a really impressive record indeed. Void coaxes out of Chris & Cosey some of the most aggressive, motorik tendencies they've ever displayed outside of Throbbing Gristle across the four long pieces featured here, taken from a special live performance the trio gave as part of Short
Circuit's Mute festival at London's Roundhouse last year. Whether or not you were present at the massively oversubscribed show - or If, like us, you spent the duration queuing unsuccessfully to get in - you need this document of a very special hook-up in your life.
The shared predilections of the three individuals obviously come to the fore - rigid Teutonic rhythm, bursts of atonal noise, future-primitive incantations and an uncompromisingly dark, stark colour palette - but it's a hard release to classify, carried along by its own improvisational energy and momentum. For the most part its instrumental, save for the odd distorted bark, wail or chant from Nik or Cosey, who sound like nothing so much as a pair of lost tribespeople who've escaped from from the grooves of a Jon Hassell or David Toop record; Chris Carter's dirt-encrusted drum patterns and curdled electronics meanwhile remind us of Ike Yard's shamanic electro experiments, the destroyed techno of Pete Swanson and Vatican Shadow, the darkling kosmische of Monoton and the broken hypno-industrialism of Regis and Sandwell District. We expected Transverse to be a treat, but we never dared imagine it would sound as thrillingly contemporary and powerful as this. source boomkat

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Semya - Golden Days

Fully shot & directed by Semya. Debut full-length cassette released on Leaving Records, March 20th 2012

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Julia Holter - Ekstasis (RVNG Intl.)

How do you follow a near-perfect album? By edging even closer to perfection. Julia Holter hasn't allowed herself to be cowed by the success of her acclaimed 2011 album Tragedy, instead producing another pellucid, beautifully composed and sequenced LP for head and heart. On Ekstasis, her first album for New York's RVNG Intl., Holter's vocals are given a central role throughout. The arrangements are more open and "pop" than those of Tragedy, but not at the expense of musical complexity or eccentricity. By now you'll probably have heard lead single, 'Marienbad', an astonishing amalgam of tempered baroque instrumentation and spritely vocal layering, in which Holter comes over like Julianna Barwick's mischievous older sister, running amok in a pastel-hued psychedelic Wonderland. Like album highlight 'Boy In The Moon', it's a song that takes conventional pop forms and structures them unconventionally. Tragedy's rousing highlight ''Goddess Eyes' appears here in a re-recorded version, and there's also a sequel, 'Goddess Eyes II', delivered with an exotic pomp that suggests Kate Bush collaborating with Ryuichi Sakamoto. 'Fur Felix' is like Brecht by way of J-pop, and parting shot 'This Is Esktasis' is inspired - all stomping Glitter-beat, languid horns and arcing strings, pointing towards even greater things to come from Holter in the future. Even the seemingly more straightforward numbers - like 'Our Sorrows', or 'In The Same Room', which sounds like the work of an Italians Do It Better band with a degree in medieval studies - crackle with personality and idiosyncratic compositional touches. It takes an artist of rare stature to create a record at once as accessible and exploratory as Ekstasis, and Holter is just such an artist. A truly wonderful record. source boomkat

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Monday, March 19, 2012


Sunday, March 18, 2012


Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Aphex Twin Full 90's MTV Interview

Paul Jones - Broken Arrow EP (ASTR012)

Paul Jones

"First solo release of Brooklyn’s Paul Jones, one of the three founding members of Astro Nautico alongside Obey City and Kuhn."

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Thursday, March 01, 2012

Trikk - M.U. Podcast 40# (March 2012)

Trikk - M.U. Podcast 40#
Trikk aka Bruno Deodato is as Portuguese Native (Porto) currently living in London. He is also a «mutant house seducer», who has been pulling together his releases on Terrain Ahead and Spagat Music.
About the mix : this is my dark inspirations to make some music, when I want to make something more techno-friendly and Bass. New release - Jointly/ I Fall Down EP (Forthcoming on Man Make Music). Trikk Facebook | Soundcloud
01 - Scuba - Flash Addict
02 - Blawan - Vibe Decorium
03 - EQD - 05
04 - Locked Groove - Drowning
05 - Morphosis - Too Far (Marcel Dettmann Definition 2)
06 - Sigha - Let Me In
07 - Boddika - Acid Battery
08 - Dexter - Great Northern Diver (No Bass Mix)
09 - Trikk - Jointly (Alternate Version)
10 - Trikk - Jointly

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