lunes, 25 de junio de 2012

A Colourful Storm 014 - 91 Fellows

Vanese Smith, of Pursuit Grooves fame, has unveiled a new alias through which she has been able to delve into the realm of cinematic dub; 91 Fellows. Her contribution consists of a 30 minute original composition titled 'Terrapin SkyDome', and forms the soundtrack to a fictitious short film of the same name. The piece invokes imagery of the dark, steam-filled streets of her home city of New York, before traversing far beyond through the interplanetary field. A Colourful Storm

Smoke Machine Podcast 054 NX1

jueves, 14 de junio de 2012

mnml ssgs mx fnl - Svreca


Fumio Hayasaka - Interlude
Thomas Köner - Tiento Para El Alma
Ben Frost & Daníel Bjarnason - Unbreakable Silence
Eleh - Woven Over
Roly Porter - Giedi Prime
Haswell & Hecker - Kanal GENDYN (extract)
Esplendor Geometrico - Japo (Andreas Tilliander Remix)
Ekoplekz - Dromilly Vale
William S Burroughs - Burroughs Called The Law
Pogrom - Pogrom 4
Harmonia & Eno - By The Riverside (Appleblim & Komonazmuk Remix)
Senking - Black Ice
Various - Untitled
Raime - The Three Chambers Of Our Entities
Popul Vuh - Cobra Verde (Mika Vainio Remix)
Svarte Greiner - Baandspiller I Solnedgang
Atom ™ - Winterreise
Miles - Primer
TV Victor - 130509 (Tobias Freund Edit)
Onmutu Mechaniks - Phospor (Norman Nodge Remix)
Pole - Silberfisch (The Mike Huckaby Synth Remix)
Morphosis - Impulse
Wincent Kunth - Promise
The Traveller - A100
Peter van Hoesen - Axis Mundi
Function - Inter
Cio Dor - Wasserkraft
Rrose - A, With All Faces Bleached Out
Edit Select - Surface To Air (Lucy Remix)
Surgeon - As You Breathe Here Now
Sandwell District - Feed Forward Test Session (Recorded Live In Berlin - 23/10/2010)
Abdulla Rashim - Untitled From Asayita
Factory Floor - A Wooden Box
Wincent Kunth - Sinking
Sigha - How To Disappear
Shifted - Telic
Abdulla Rashim - Untitled From Weldiya
Battles - Inchworm (Silent Servant Remix)

sábado, 9 de junio de 2012

Alarma! - Mentiras Politico [Machining Dreams]

A1 - Clasificado

A2 - HR8791

B1 - Declasificado

B2 - Reptil

DJ Spider aka Alarma! brings out a socially conscious 4 tracker from the CD ''Escrito Con Sangre''. 2 tracks atmospheric stuff w/2 audio verite tracks. Declasificado is our pick here! one intense deep slomo house cut with is very impressive!

viernes, 8 de junio de 2012

Metasplice - Topographical Interference [Morphine Records]

A1 - Thermite Jack

A2 - Bohrium Slunk

B1 - Buoyant Slighe

B2 - Laminate Resonan

"Metasplice is a twisted debussy-esque of primal drums+chords over top of the chaos.
the sound of an atom splitting.
the sound of a nuclear explosion; the sound of the end of the world...
dialogue between an electronic experiment in nature and a synthesizer."
Traxx (Nation, Chicago)

Donato Dozzy - mnml ssgs mx fnl

This may sound strange to readers in the northern hemisphere, but every year in June I go to ground. It’s the log cabin feeling, a desire not so much to hibernate as to really hunker in my bunker, settle in my own private log cabin.
Over the past three years or so, this yearly inclination has been cast in relation to music in general, and house and techno in particular. I keep wanting to get back beyond the contemporary, behind what I’d taken my archive to be: somehow the inclination to hunker down typically goes hand in glove for me with a desire to get to the roots of the music. And this has been intensified by the fact that, as we just announced, Chris and I have decided to end our mix series for good.
What are the roots of house and techno? We know the stock answers; I know they’re not good enough. We have to go further, think harder, look a bit deeper.
Two and some years ago, I speculated about this: house/techno might emerge and take place in relation to a space; it might take place in relation to a tradition, whether rooted in hedonism, worship, or ritual; or it might take place in relation to a social context… these days it seems we’re desparately trying to locate and stake out spaces and traditions, but of course a key part of the reason for this, what motivates it, deep down, is that the social context is dominant. And the dominant social context is the internet. And the internet is dominating and overdetermining the spaces and the traditions, soaking them up, para-siting them, to the point where electronic music is just something, maybe, you download and comment on. Then I read this piece, and found out that, well, it's happening to another 'industry'...
I think I can speak for many of us when I say that this is something a bit sad, something that gives you the sense that ‘there is no one to talk to’, nowhere to go. But it’s moments like these when we do hunker down and take stock, reflect, and try to re-locate spaces and traditions for the music we love so much. These are also the moments where inspiration, where new movements, really come from.
Dozzy has offered us this mix as a way to do that. It’s a way to get back something or get back to something… was it something we ‘had’? Was it something there ‘was’, or was it just something we remember? All Dozzy said was:‘voodoo forever’

Joey Anderson Mix [Inimeg Records]

sábado, 2 de junio de 2012

Inverted Audio MIX 67 Cassegrain


1. Demdike Stare - Metamorphosis
3. Cassegrain - untitled
4. Cassegrain & Tin Man - Visitor
5. Forward Strategy Group - TTH
6. Bill Youngman - Wespe
7. Roberto - Going Fast Nowhere
8. Skudge - Man On Wire (Marcel Dettman remix)
10. Cassegrain - Plate #1
11. V.A - 9 (Autechre remix)
12. Aiken - Second Balance (Regis Remix)
13. Dscrd - The Dawn