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Julien Mier – Roadless EP

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

Roadless EP 

01. Amigo
02. Why do they clap
03. A moment to think of you
04. The little boat sailed away

Julien Mier manages to bring a new sound with virtually every release he makes. The Roadless EP is no exception.

Julien captures a smooth summer feeling with four tracks, so what are you waiting for? Let the summer begin!

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[SSR029] Piet Herfu – Night Theme EP

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

If you know the old Eye Q label from Frankfurt in the early 90s you know what I mean when I say this track is defently sounding like this early wonderful trance productions. Piet Herfu get the vibe and bring it to 2008 including 2 remixes in Club Trance from Symbion and Minimal Techno from Sascha Müller!

01. Night Theme (Original Mix)
02. Night Theme (Symbion Remix)
03. Night Theme (Sascha Müller Nightflight Remix)

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[Zimmer Ltd002] John Lagora – tikal EP

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

Zimmer-Ltd.002 John Lagora – tikal
Oberhausen | Germany | 31:46mins | mp3/wave | minimal | techno

#001 John Lagora – cheers bitches (7:58) – sample
#002 John Lagora – tikal (7:52) – sample
#003 John Lagora – chika (9:05) – sample
#004 John Lagora – i love you (6:51) – sample

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Tikal was one of the major cultural and population centers of the Maya civilization. Though monumental architecture at the site dates to the 4th century BC, Tikal reached its apogee during the Classic Period, ca. 200 AD to 850 AD, during which time the site dominated the Maya region politically, economically, and militarily while interacting with areas throughout Mesoamerica, such as central Mexican center of Teotihuacan. There is also evidence that Tikal was even conquered by Teotihuacan in the 4th century A.D. Following the end of the Late Classic Period, no new major monuments were built at Tikal and there is evidence that elite palaces were burned. These events were coupled with a gradual population decline, culminating with the site’s abandonment by the end of the 10th century

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[ZIMMER035] Y.Danneg – new NullpointerException () LP

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

Zimmer035 – new NullpointerException () LP by Y.danneg (Estonia)
mp3, 192kbps, stereo, 75MB, style: techno !

035.01 – Y.Danneg – kromizm (07:08)*
035.02 – Y.Danneg – struktur (05:10)
035.03 – Y.Danneg – integral (05:33)
035.04 – Y.Danneg – africana n1 (06:01)
035.05 – Y.Danneg – africana n2 (05:39)
035.06 – Y.Danneg – cosinus (05:09)
035.07 – Y.Danneg – untitled04 (04:43)
035.08 – Y.Danneg – emotions (08:00)
035.09 – Y.Danneg – slut (06:26)
035.10 – Y.Danneg – loop works v1.01 (00:55)
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Null is a special pointer value (or other kind of object reference) used to signify that a pointer intentionally does not point to (or refer to) an object. Such a pointer is called a null pointer. Many implementations use a value of 0 (all bits zero) to represent the null pointer, as this is at the bottom of the address space of most CPUs (although some architectures use a signed address space and use the most negative value). Many operating systems generate an exception when an attempt is made to access this memory address. Some languages use other nomenclature for such a pointer, e.g., Pascal uses nil.

[lz052] tom larson – minimal auch ohne schal part 3

Monday, January 28th, 2008

Part 3 of Tom´s “Minimal auch ohne Schal” series.
Even if you´ve listened to his two other releases before and thought this couldn´t get better – watch out for this one!!
Again Mr. Larson knows to convince us with his skills and his taste and sense for great music.
And by the way: If you should have missed part 1 and 2 of this series – hurry up and download them right now. Definetely some must haves!

01 DELUGE – metapop [thinner]
02 IGOR O´VLASOV – something from oldschool [ear-recordings]
03 SVEN TASNADI – ingo dub inski [1bit-wonder]
04 AQUARELL – off road [flumo]
05 WAVEFORM – pink sunrise [deepx-rec]
06 MARTIN DONATH – soleil levant [stadtgruen]
07 MR. DEE – winter [deepx-rec]
08 P. LAOSS – get black [no-response]
09 STALKER – lovely passport photographs from tenerife [1bit-wonder]
10 BUTANE – too much bush (volume 2) [unfoundsoundrecords]
11 SVEN TASNADI – the shuffle waffle deep [1bit-wonder]
12 CHRISTOPH SCHINDLING – modulator [dreiton]
13 LAPLACEAUSOLEIL – ghosts [dreiton]
mixed by tom larson
original artwork by rich.vom.dorf
77:51 min / 192 kbps / 106 mb

ca096 – Ilia Belorukov – Saxophone Solos vol.1

Sunday, January 27th, 2008

Artist: Ilia Belorukov
Title: Saxophone Solos vol.1
Date: 2008-01-27
Keywords: free Improvisation; free-jazz
01 – I – 6:02 (320 kbps)
02 – II – 6:35 (320 kbps)
03 – III – 10:36 (320 kbps)
04 – IV – 2:27 (320 kbps)
05 – V – 6:13 (320 kbps)
06 – VI – 2:59 (320 kbps)
07 – VII – 3:37 (320 kbps)
08 – VIII – 3:21 (320 kbps)
09 – IX (for Philip Croaton) – 6:09 (320 kbps)

Ilia Belorukov is a foolhardy young man. A talented musician, he has played with many highly experienced musicians of the radical scene and has recorded plenty of albums for a quite short period of his creative activity. But the creation of the first solo sax album, especially with subtitle Volume 1, is a devilishly daring and a risky business indeed. But surprisingly the product turned out to be quite qualitative and convincing with conceptionally chosen pieces, set compositions-improvisations, tactful and intelligent attitude to the sound. If not a great experience, then at least a great deal of competence and a rational intuition can be felt in everything. Ilia uses almost all of the modern techniques of sax playing and he does it carefully and distinctly. It’s pretty hard to find such a precedent and, in the whole, such an astonishing personality like Ilia Belorukov on our new-jazz stage.

Vlad Makarov (

Ilia – Alto, Tenor & Baritone Saxophones, Mouthpieces
Recorded at Illusion Studio on 21 February 2007 & 7, 8, 14 April 2007
Engineered & Mixed by Ilia Belorukov
Mastered by Philip Croaton at Fate Speaks Studio
Cover Art by Ilia Belorukov

Ilia Belorukov is a musician from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. He works in the direction of free improvisation, free-jazz, noise and electroacoustic music. Ilia practices an experimental approach of sound extraction on different types of saxophones (alto, tenor and baritone) and on flute (inc. fluteophone). He often plays at The Gallery of Experimental Sound – 21 (GES-21), Saint-Petersburg.
Ilia has played with such musicians as Vladislav Makarov, Nikolay Rubanov, Alexey Lapin, Roman Stolyar, Andrey Popovskiy, Philip Croaton.
He is a member of Totalitarian Musical Sect (TMS), Dots & Lines, DaDazu & Wozzeck.



(MA040) Authist – Home:Outside

Saturday, January 26th, 2008


Details: rar|192kbit|mp3
Runtime: 26:12 minutes
Size: 39.0 mb
Release Date: January 26th 2008
Style: Ambient

01 Authist – Cosmos
02 Authist – Prototyp Earth (Mission Mars 2008)
03 Authist – Ozonloch (Cosmos Pt.II)
04 Authist – Schlaf, mein Kind (Es gibt keine Monster!)
05 Authist – The Dreamer
06 Authist – Pimpa’s Dream
07 Authist – Human Space (Cosmos Pt.III)

Some people feel like they don’t belong here, not being able to identify with those who live only for their work. If we start opening up our minds to all those things that life offers and if we stop denying that life may take longer than only one lifespan – only then we will be able to deem our own lives worth living. If we only learned that Earth is like a mother to us, giving us life, shelter and food. If we learned to love and cherish her – there would be no need to go and look for a second Earth somewhere out there in space, a second Earth we would only revive to finally destroy. “Home:Outside” is just the album for all those people that are “not of this world” but still enjoy living here.


Musicartistry Recordings :: Electronic Diversity

ca095 – Nusuth – Flying Home (early works 1978 – 1980)

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Artist: Nusuth
Title: Flying Home (early works 1978 – 1980)
Date: 2008-01-25
Keywords: experimental; free improvisation; classical; contemporary music; other
01 – nocturnal bells – 01:51 (320 kbps)
02 – musica per sonorizzazione I – 04:38 (320 kbps)
03 – electrics – 01:15 (320 kbps)
04 – flying home – 06:26 (320 kbps)
05 – spray – 02:10 (320 kbps)
06 – terre del cielo II – 07:51 (320 kbps)
07 – slow music – 06:21 (320 kbps)
08 – musica per sonorizzazione II – 16:45 (320 kbps)
09 – oriented improvisation 090480/2 – 02:39 (320 kbps)

Before starting studies in composition, nusuth has been active in free improvisation and composition for several years. The music on this album was realized by playing some instruments and by treating them in various way. The last track documents the step just before taking the subsequent new direction in contemporary music.

Fabrizio Elvetico aka Nusuth was born in Naples and studied piano and composition gaining his diploma in choral music in 1986 and graduating in studies of the history of aesthetics doing a thesis on the works of Pierre Boulez.
His compositions have been performed in public by pholyphonic choirs and chamber music ensembles under his direction.
In 1995 he formed the group Audiopan which was specialised in musical research and has done various radio broadcast for the RAI (italian national radio and television network) and recorded various cd compilations and an album.
He has an important studio and concert activity in jazz and free improvisation bands in the late 70′s and early 80′s, and in the 90′s.
With Psychotomy has extended to film, audiovisual and artistic sound installation his activity.
In 2004 has started with Gianluca Paladino a new band, the Illàchime Quartet ( -, which has published an eponymous album.
He has also taught studies of multimedial urban communication and given seminars in the formation and updating of music information technology for various state institute in Naples along with his work as an officially trained steinberg teacher of software application in professional audio work.
Fabrizio Elvetico is also professor of harmony and musical analysis at the national music college of Trapani (Sicily).


es40: Various Artists – Thank You

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Yes, it’s fortieth! And we say thank you to each and every of the musicians and groups, that appeared in previous ElectroSound releases. Thank you to every person and listener, who appreciated our work. Big thanks to our friends and partners, they made us stronger. And the biggest thanks to all our evil-wishers, they made us more powerfull.

So, what can we say more about this compilation? A couple of brand new and (as always) astonishing tracks from musicians you know, plus some new groups, united various emotianal states together in entire electronic mood. We like this music, hope you will like it, too. Keep listening and we will keep on moving. PEACE!

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Siba – “Tik Tak” [9.7mb, 4:12]

K.D. Expression – “Radiance” [8.6mb, 3:44]

CellarDoor – “Vunison_b” [12.4mb, 5:24]

Milinal – “Frogs Paradise (vocal S.Protasov)” [10.3mb, 4:29]

Astrowind – “Wind on the Plane” [8.1mb, 3:31]

Chikiss – “Sirenada” [5.8mb, 2:30]

moroza_knozova – “wondering around” [12.6mb, 5:27]

Monokle – “Maya” [12.2mb, 5:18]

Unkind – “Shiver” [15.6mb, 6:47]

Mirushum – “Mousa” [9.5mb, 4:06]

EU – “ReReReKto” [11.5mb, 4:59]

Tonearm – “Fire” [7.6mb, 3:17]

MALA & Dijon Triathlon – Basic poires (SERN 24)

Friday, January 25th, 2008


Basic poires

A couple of fruits, a couple of songs and some air in between is the result of the colision of two comrads and a couple of ideas, all separated among each other by some machines. This exercise of MALA and Dijon Triathlon seems to consolidate once and for all the mulatto-skin machinery flavor of one and the dance floor voyeur attitude of the other. Five little gems of south american groove more original and indelible every day.

01.. MALA – Basic 1
02.. MALA – Basic 2
03.. MALA & Dijon triathlon – Entremedio

04.. Dijon triathlon – Des poires
05.. Dijon triathlon – Unes poires

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Recorded in Medellín-Colombia 2007