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  1. Was rereading SYROBONKUS interview yesterday and then this emerged. Funny.
  2. He made mastering for my LP i made lettering for his LP
  3. Est. 25 Jun 2021 Juno Saint Petersburg-based Kuzma Palkin returns to GOST Zvuk with a new series, Memont. GOST has been expanding its presence for several years through sublabels Instrument and Archive, as well as releases from GOST family members on their own labels. Flaty's experiments can be found on the ANWO label, while OL has issued a number of releases through Asyncro. For Palkin, Memont represents a return to his roots. The artwork for the first release, stadion sever, features the original packaging of Moment universal superglue, something that will be familiar to every Russian who lived through the 1990s. The album is named after the eponymous stadium in Palkin's hometown of Severodvinsk, which is displayed on the back cover. Sever represented a kind of playing field in childhood, but has now come to stand in as a metaphor for daily life. The visual landscape of modern Russian life points back to Sever. Musically, stadion sever is also a return to Palkin's roots. The echoes of early IDM that kickstarted his career in the beginning of the 2000s are on display here. While the music is thoughtful and attentive to detail, traces of irony can be identified among the seriousness, not least in the title of the series and the track synth1 power user. The same ironic touch makes its mark on the album's sound. Palkin borrows the recognizable textures of club music, but drastically modifies their context and transforms them into something altogether more thought-provoking and inscrutable. Palkin's unique sound and the beauty of his music can be found in the balance between retrospection and looking ahead, where austerity meets humour.
  4. TBA Bleep Listen to the 1st single here https://anworecords.bandcamp.com/track/lisc
  5. BTW you can hear some traces of nodezsh in Etchogon-S (or vice versa)
  6. There is also a short funny interview on 18:20 mark
  7. Regarding Mark Fell, from FACTmag interview, aside FS1R: For example, I had a Yamaha TX81Z, which uses four-operator FM synthesis and had a few quirks to it. There was this mode, which rather than being multitimbral was like a multitimbral setup, but every time you press the note to progress to the next sound in the series of sounds that you specify. So every time you played a note it could produce not just a series of notes but a series of sound changes as well. So I just did loads of work with that, setting up simple sequences of sound changes and note changes that would go in and out of phase and things. That became one of the kinds of techniques that I still use today.
  8. yeah really nice architecture, some kind of swiss army knife in synthesis domain
  9. axoloti is really cool even awesome. i regret that i gave one to my brother and another one to a good friend and they dont use it (fkn bitches). really useable little thing http://community.axoloti.com/t/reverbs-creation/1071/28
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