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[INQ009] – Sonar – Deltroid & Pi

Friday, March 27th, 2009

Cat.#: INQ009Sonar – Deltroid & Pi

Review: First released in 2006, “Deltroid” opened the door to the development of the new stage of progressive rock mixed with psychedelic and post roots on the alternative mainstream scene. Imagine a hybrid of such bands mixed together like British “Radiohead”, Belgian “dEUS”, US “The Bad Plus”, French “Air”, Icelandic “Sigur Rós”, which all impress this band’s members a lot – and you will get the right clue what Hungarian “Sonar” technique is related to. The only important point to know however, is that Sonar’s music presented on their first bomb single is completely vocals-free. They actually not just play standard rock instruments – they talk with them, and the listener may perceive such music information like watching a movie or reading a book. It’s specially remarkable that the leading guitarist, which is a big U2 fan, speaks to The Edge sometimes better than predecessor. Additionally, synth parts add completely fresh atmospheres expanding the epic side of such music; despite their artificial origin, they sound more than “live” in result, packing the Sonar’s simple yet smart puzzle altogether.

For emphasizing the experimental side of music of this open minded band, on INQB8R’s edition of the single, we included the most remarkable yet mysterious track from the Sonar’s early demo. The whole recording was remastered by INQB8R to achieve more delicate, smart, independant sounding comparing to their public edition tracks, and we also got a special permission from the “Grotesque Design” studio to re-publish their cover art, which gained a lot of international awards.

Possible Definition: Nominal Film

Direct link to this release:


Peace!
www.inqb8r.net

RB055 – brunk – winter ep

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

brunk – winter ep

brunk is the solo-project of Bert Vanden Berghe, homerecording musician, born in 1977 and now living in Ghent, Belgium. Bert started with brunk in 1998; he just wanted to record and experiment with music in a free way, without stylistic restrictions or a predefined direction. Other brunk-releases are available from WM Recordings and Dog Eared Records.

The “winter ep” contains 4 tracks with a complete duration of 21 minutes, recorded in February 2008. All 4 pieces are slow, contemplative and guitar-driven with additional sounds and noises. Only “Laika’s view”, the first track, is really drone-based with floating noises and haunting melodies. The three other pieces are full of beautiful envolving guitar-melodies, enriched with background-noises, nature-sounds, talking, walking, footsteps and feedbacks.

Very calming, soothing and beauteous. The perfect release to welcome the spring.

Please note:
The release is also available as handmade CDr via brunk.be

Tracklist:
1. Laika’s view
2. surrounding
3. zon in februari
4. nachtwandeling

More information:
www.restingbell.net/releases/rb055-winter-ep

DJ Meme “Any Love” (PART 2) Soulfuric PROMO!

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

DJ Meme Orchestra feat. Rachel Claudio “Any Love” (PART 2)

Part 2 of DJ Memes Any Love shines with remixes by the cream of todays House Music elite,
including production luminaries Dimitri From Paris, Jamie Lewis
and the legendary inventor the of the remix, Tom Moulton.

DJ Meme Orchestra ft. Rachel Claudio Any Love pt1′ has been a smash all over dance floors worldwide
and Part 2 is lookin to be just as big… Grab it now!

PROMO! DJ Meme Orchestra feat. Rachel Claudio – Any Love (PART 2) (Incl. Dimitri From Paris, Jamie Lewis & Tom Moulton Mixes) – Soulfuric Records

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ca236 – The Dunlaps – Reunions

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

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Artist: The Dunlaps
Title: Reunions
#ca236
Date: 2009-03-26
Keywords: avant-garde; improvisation; intuition improvisation; free jazz; avant-garage; post rock; experimental; tape music; other
Tracklist:
01 – Is It Just Around the Corner? – 8:54 (320 kbps)
02 – Flies – 7:16 (320 kbps)
03 – Remembrances – 6:45 (320 kbps)
04 – It was as if we were in a dream… – 3:41 (320 kbps)
05 – Time of Ending The – 11:15 (320 kbps)
06 – To Walk a Thousand Lands – 2:10 (320 kbps)
07 – Bagpipe Meltdown – 1:47 (320 kbps)
08 – Delightful Dirge – 4:10 (320 kbps)
09 – Abridged – 2:30 (320 kbps)
10 – X & Y – 5:43 (320 kbps)
11 – If your friend jumped off a cliff,… – 2:15 (320 kbps)
12 – Pastoral Reverie – 4:47 (320 kbps)
13 – Moments had – 3:23 (320 kbps)
14 – Off Into the Sunrise – 2:30 (320 kbps)

This collection of newly remastered versions (2008) includes tracks from 5 sessions by The Dunlaps: 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 and 2005. All tracks except “Moments had” (2005) were originally recorded direct to stereo cassettes under relatively primitive recording conditions. Tracks 3, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 and 14 were spontaneous improvisations recorded in single takes with no overdubs (there was a bit of subsequent remixing done to the beginning of “Abridged”). On the other tracks overdubs were improvised and mixed “on the fly” while copying from one cassette deck to another. In some cases (trks 1 & 5) additional accompaniments were pre-recorded or sequenced (using samplers’ on-board sequencers) and flown into the mix live while improvising. The percussion on trk 1 was recorded to 2 short answering-machine cassette loops of different lengths. “Moments had” was recorded in 2 improvised takes to 4-trk cassette multi-track then treated and remixed by RDunlap in digital software. “To Walk a Thousand Lands” was originally an RDunlap solo recording, overdubbed with sax and additional percussion by The Dunlaps.

Frank-o: saxophone, guitar, sampler, flute, synthesizer (rhythm part on trk 2), percussion.
RDunlap: synthesizer, sampler, guitar (trks 5 & 6), percussion.
Flies: buzzing the mic (trk 2).

Brothers Richard (RDunlap) and Frank-o Dunlap live in different states and don’t see each other often, but over the years have come together for a few recording sessions, mostly during the second half of the ‘80s but also as recently as 2005. The Dunlaps have explored improvisation and production in an experimental, jazz-influenced avant-garage proto-post-rock sort of style. RDunlap is also known for his avant-garde remix and collage project dadala, PcOnTrApTiOn (eclectic alternative electronica collaboration with Johann Meier of Jopy) and his own solo work. Other recordings by The Dunlaps have been incorporated into a number of dadala tracks.

http://www.last.fm/music/dadala

http://www.last.fm/music/PcOnTrApTiOn

http://www.last.fm/music/RDunlap

Contact:
http://www.peripheralmusic.org/rdunlap

DL:
http://www.archive.org/details/ca236_td
http://www.clinicalarchives.spyw.com

ART.026 – GERALD “DESIRE EP”

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

ART.026 - GERALD "DESIRE EP"

artist: gerald

desire
weary dog

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[ Kid Cloudkicker : Cloud Bursting ]

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

Kid Cloudkicker : Cloud Bursting

Bonding barriers between breaks and hardcore, we bring you this energy packed electro release. Comes with a) side featuring a vocal edit of the title track and a more progressive b) side with character.

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Click to Listen to the previews:

Kid Cloudkicker – Cloud Bursting (original mix)
Kid Cloudkicker – Cumulonimbus

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juno.digitalaudiojelly.comdance-tunes.com

releasetrackitdown.com

ca235 – Bockinger – Tongeflüster – ep

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

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Artist: Bockinger
Title: Tongeflüster – ep
#ca235
Date: 2009-03-25
Keywords: experimental; electro; minimal
Tracklist:
01 – Korgarea (feat. March Rosetta) – 7:42 (320 kbps)
02 – Raggea – 4:34 (320 kbps)
03 – Ruhiger – 4:41 (320 kbps)
04 – Brummi – 5:14 (320 kbps)
05 – Langeweile – 5:06 (320 kbps)

David Bock is one of Germany’s rising electronic music producers. Born in Bad-Schwalbach 1980, he has been writing hard-edged house, techno and chill sounds for many years, and is a regular feature at the acclaimed Prima Music parties.

The Tongeflüster EP is a selection of Bockinger’s prolific output, and features a guest vocal by March Rosetta on the track ‘Korgarea’.
All music copyright David Bock except ‘Korgarea (feat. March Rosetta)’ copyright David Bock and Verlaine Records.

Contact:
Bockinger
http://www.myspace.com/bockinger
March Rosetta
http://www.myspace.com/marchrosetta

DL:
http://www.archive.org/details/ca235_b
http://www.clinicalarchives.spyw.com

[Panospria | 036] Shoebomber: Cantus In Memory Of Lasantha Wickramatunga

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

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File Under: Dub, Electroacoustic, Hiphop
Details: 4 tracks / 66mb / 28:04

The listener is guided through evolving imaginary landscapes where the gray area between synthesized sounds and their natural counterparts is explored. Electronic gestures and polyrhythms harmonize with field recordings of the bustling cities, temples and rainforests of Southeast Asia. Technology is not used to infringe upon ecological and cultural soundscapes, but accentuates their musical and ephemeral nature.

Cover Design by Michael Jachner.
Mastered by Paul Keeley.

Click the image above to be redirected to the release page on our website.
For more information, please visit Shoebomber and Panospria.

[PCR048] EugeneKha – Nameless Green

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

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Artist: EugeneKha
Release Nr.: PCR048
Release Name: Nameless Green
Style: Experimental, Electronica
Free Download Under Creative Commons.
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01. Intro
02. Abstract Pop
03. Russian Space
04. Strange Morning
05. The Dancing Wolf (Fat Remix)
06. Short Techno Love
07. Long Night
08. The Night World (Part 2)
09. Primitive Rhythmic Love
10. Amazing New World (Part 1-4)
11. Final Exit With Rain
12. Bonus Track: Zje Dancing Wolf (The First Version)
13. Bonus Track: Short Techno Love (Agressor Remix)

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192kbps mp3 Zip Package

320kbps mp3 Zip Package

More Infos Here: Pharmacom Records

skrm025: Error In Code – Last Experience

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Error In Code - Last Experience

Genre: Drum-n-Bass, Breakcore
Release Date: 22-Mar-2009
Bitrate: 320 kbps CBR
Link: http://www.skrm1.us/en/label/releases/52.html