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  1. Hello all, just discovered this forum and signed-up immediately. Some nice music, cool bods and obviously superb taste all-round.....where have you been all my life? Well, I thought I would add to the WATMM oeuvre in some small way by posting my new release on Basserk records (based in Amsterdam): [bandcamp width=400 height=274 album=2210356637 size=large bgcol=ffffff linkcol=0687f5 artwork=small] I hope you like it, and please leave comments/constructive criticism.
  2. https://ourson.bandcamp.com/album/simple-sanctuary fans of my older "Warming Plant" may appreciate this.
  3. https://detund.bandcamp.com/album/ab I found this album while going through a poll for best Estonian album released in 2017. While most of the stuff there was basically usual suspects and boring hipster pop, this double LP (running length 2x37 minutes) is to me personally a jaw dropping pearl and I was instantly hooked. The concept is actually not a new one - trying to marry classical instruments and electronics, but it is really rare to see it executed so tastefully and dynamically as Taavi and Kristjan in this case have. There are step sequencers, but they are guided by the warm and loving hands of a human, so they do not force themselves nor do they attempt to dictate the mood in the same way that a repeating melody in a traditional house or techno track would. On the analog/classical yang, opposite of the electronics' ying, the woodwinds/brass/flutes/what have you do not stand alone, trying awkwardly to make friends with some metronome - instead somehow they manage to keep up a very dynamic and interesting dance, slowing down and speeding up. I think this album achieves what many attempts to combine traditional instruments and modern electronics do not - the music sounds raw, alive and very dynamic, but at the same time avoids using too many tropes associated with either classical or electronic music. In my opinion it's one of the most interesting and innovative albums I have heard in the past 4-5 years. This has probably a lot to do with my personal taste, but I felt the need to share this thing nevertheless. I hope there's people here who will enjoy it as much as I did!
  4. Docetism - Breast And Vulture ~ "Breast and Vulture" was inspired by personification of "Nature" from "Iconologia" by Cesare Ripa (1560-1622). It was a very influential book containing emblematical representations of virtues, vices, passions and natural phenomena. Nature is depicted as a female figure with milk poring from her breasts and a vulture on her hand. This simple yet powerful image reaveals universal truth that life is accompanied by death, and death is accompanied by life. ~ Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/breast-and-vulture
  5. The second episode of CLEAR CHANNEL, the new monthly wannamarchi.club show on CAMP Radio is now available to stream and download https://soundcloud.com/wannamarchi-club/clear-channel-ii Popol Vuh - On The Way (Spalax) Deathprod - Treetop Drive 3 (Smalltown Supersound) Saturn and the Sun - The Central, Sick and Forbidden (iDEAL Recordings) Non - Fire In The Organism (Mute) Boëthius - Marble Floors (Unreleased) Verge - Transient (Avian) Marcus Fjellström - Something Comes From Nothing (Miasmah) Phurpa - Puja Offering and Praises (Ideologic Organ) Robert Turman & Aaron Dilloway - Untitled (Fabrica) Radiante Pourpre - II (Antinote) Coil - The Golden Section (Threshold House) Ravenmaster - Poppy Appeal (Broken Britain Cassettes) Drew McDowall - Convulse (Dais) Black Zone Myth Chant - Orbit Slut (Editions Gravats) SHALT - Hypermalthusian (Astral Plane Recordings) Psychic TV - Part IV (Cold Spring) Mike Cooper - The Ordeal (Sacred Summits) Evan Albam - Begotten (Worthless Recordings) Angel Dust - Excavatum (Dinzu Artefacts) Michael Abels - Surgery Prep (Back Lot Music) Nokuit - Patterns Of Instability (NKT) Cristobal Tapia De Veer - Standing Dead (Death Waltz Recording Company) Dead Can Dance - Dawn Of The Iconoclast (4AD) Scuba Death - Mortality Salience (Further Records) Arca - Immortal (Not on label) British Murder Boys - First (Downwards) Ron Morelli - Cross Waters (Hospital Productions) Ray Harman - Vision (Not on label)
  6. For Long-Form Ambient Tracks Lovers "Music For Sleep" is a project inspired by great composers like: Tetsu Inoue, Constance Demby, Pete Namlook, W. Basinski and Brian Eno... Link: andreaporcumusician.bandcamp.com All long-long for tracks are available for Free Download or just name-your-price
  7. https://soundcloud.com/wannamarchi-club/clear-channel-iii Vatican Shadow - Desert Storm (Waco) (Hospital Productions) The Chi Factory - The Bamboo Recordings (Astral Industries) Oliver Coates - Memorial to Hitchens (Prah Recordings) Ataraxia - Sorcerer (RCA) Rollo Smallcombe - Inferno (unreleased) Electric Sewer Age - Moon’s Milk (Waning) (Soleilmoon Recordings) Rabit - Possessed (Halcyon Veil) Geinoh Yamashirogumi - Requiem (Milan) Dao De Noize - Droning Voices From the Past (Lamour) Death In June - Death of a Man (NER) Nokuit - Patterns of Instability I (NKT) Frans Zwartjes - Living (Not on label) J.G. Biberkopf - Spirit (Knives) Memotone - Ritual (Black Acre) Abel Korzeniowski - Exhibition (Back Lot Music) Fis - Sub Larynx (Loopy) Jed Kurzel - The Med Bay (Milan) 3.14 - Ironas (Autumn Equinox Edition) Horoscope - Azabache Necklace Brought to Protect My Daughter (Wharf Cat Records) Clint Mansell - Waves Crashing on Distant Shores of Time (Lakeshore Records) Himukalt - Repairing Her Own Space (Angst Records) Cyclobe - We’ll Witness the Resurrection of Dead Butterflies (Three Moons) (Phantomcode) Gagarin Kombinaatti - Survos (Sahko Recordings) Killing Sound - Eight Methods (Blackest Ever Black) Abigail Mead - Sniper (Warner Bros. Records) Thomas Nöla et son Orchestre ft. Douglas P. - The Constables (Caciocavallo) Jason Lescalleet - Nice Ass (Glistening Examples) Christophe Guiraud - A B E L (Sub Rosa) Undweld - False Mirages (Perfect Aesthetics) Dedekind Cut - So Far, So Good (Ninja Tune)
  8. Leo Anibaldi: Muta - First Ever Reissue An essential piece of the Italian history, and more precisely of the early Rome’s rave scene in the ’90, is finally back after almost 25 years. Reissue of the classic album Muta by Leo Anibaldi is now available. First 100 copies in 3xLP Blue. All in Audiophile 180gr. vinyl https://electroniqueitrecords.bandcamp.com/album/muta A mysterious yet enormous record this one, channeling some of the blackest ambience of the Italian maestro, blowing up the ‘techno’ term into eight slow burners that easily recall the most quieter side of Coil and the razor-like SAW by Aphex Twin. Not just this anyway: recorded in total solitude with little help from the outside world, here Anibaldi shows to listeners how Rome was stratified with much more than just acid rave culture, something you’re more akin to attribute to Lory D - probably the first to come to mind regarding that period. Now fully reissued with the original mastering by the famous sound engineer Claudio di Toma and the original, untouched artwork ‘Muta’ is the essential, (and probably) missing piece of your record collection. Treat yourself, to fully understand.
  9. https://boomkat.com/products/rainbow-mirror https://profoundlorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/rainbow-mirror Okay. Well the music is pretty interesting so far. Gets pretty intense at times, lots of bass, lots of strangeness, and tons of texture and growth within the tracks. Not sure it's for me, but I'm giving it a shot, figured a few of you here would be into it.
  10. New release by Music For Sleep Deflection Phases → https://goo.gl/KqWNqG Deflection Phases - has been extrapolated from live tape loops performaces and was written and programmed using analog and modular synths, processed and reprocessed through filters and analog effects to find the ‘No-Sound'. Link: https://goo.gl/KqWNqG
  11. hello people, in preparation of christmas and our lovely Deathemberfezt (http://telegra.ph/2212---0201-DEATHEMBERFEZT-mit-exLEp%C3%A4ng-12-12) we, exLEpäng!, have started a little christmas calender. every day a new mix from us and friends. enjoy! ...and if you're near leipzig between Dec 22th - Jan 2nd come around and have a beer with us! cheers! DOOR#24 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng24-lord-of-wtf DOOR#23 DOOR#22 DOOR#21 DOOR#20 DOOR#19 DOOR#18 DOOR#17 DOOR#16 DOOR#15 DOOR#14 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng14-mellow DOOR#13 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng13-eine_million DOOR#12 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng12-tilo_roth DOOR#11 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng11-marshall DOOR#10 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/pang10-disput-acid-drill-idm DOOR#9 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/pang09-mellow-breakcore-radau DOOR#8 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/pang08-nur_hechtsuppen DOOR#7 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng07-caedes DOOR#6 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng06-firle DOOR#5 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng05-aehm DOOR#4 DOOR#3https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng03-katyes DOOR#2 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng02-dj_hells DOOR#1 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng01-tilo_roth
  12. Two new long-form tracks available on Music For Sleep Bandcamp (Free Download / name your price). Notturna: https://andreaporcumusician.bandcamp.com/album/notturna A gentle hypnotic excursion employing cycling motifs swathed in warm evening mist. The piece really draws the listener deeper and deeper as time seemingly folds. Return To Nara: https://andreaporcumusician.bandcamp.com/album/return-to-nara 37+ minutes of endless meditative loops.
  13. NKT004 Nokuit - Patterns of Instability Edition of 100 C45 White Cassette 4 Panel double-sided J-card Artwork Available Now at WANNAMARCHI.CLUB: https://goo.gl/iP4bN2 NKT presents 'Patterns of Instability', a work of freeform experimental electronic music that moves through dense noise textures, visceral sound design and time-stopping ambient suites. Unfolding over 45 minutes, the new Nokuit album is an absorbing soundtrack probing the pervasive bewilderment of society. It’s a relentless journey where blurred melodies and abrasive soundscapes unsettle our most buried dissatisfactions and inner rebellions. Swirling drones become a sonic lens which drifts and roams through the currents and threads within the contemporary landscape. Mingling amongst the town square demonstration, flipped upside down through the cameras into the news media rooms and editing suites, dragged up into helicopters looking down into streets and homes, then bounced across the globe by satellites floating in the atmosphere. Spam bots and malware, encryption data, analysis of YouTube uploads and text messages. Rather than focusing in on any specific geographical event, ‘Patterns of Instability’ takes a widescreen approach to our contemporary age of discontent and digs deep into timeless feelings of frustration. Expanding the peculiar set of expressive tools built over precursor works ‘Analysis Paralysis’ and ‘Reality Disappears After Waking’, here Nokuit’s music reaches its most defined and highly evolved form yet. This is an observation on how we deal with and perceive our reality - whether or not we are in control of it - and our level of acceptance of the constant brainwashing that affects our lives. Each time Nokuit’s music faces the struggle from different angles and in ‘Patterns of Instability’ it zooms in on collective, political and individual battlefields. Will soon also be available at: Bleep (UK) Boomkat (UK) Forced Exposure (USA) TESCO (Germany) Waltz (Japan) + more to come
  14. Some smooth melancholic analogue vibes https://fxbip.bandcamp.com/album/poems And some fucked up dark electro braindance doom funk: https://fxbip.bandcamp.com/album/freak-funk-fucked previews: https://soundcloud.com/fxbip/freakfunkfucked-album-previewout-now
  15. Music For Sleep "Stories Of A Hermit" Ambient: 34min Digital & Tape (Tape length 79min w/ Bonus Track) Link: https://andreaporcumusician.bandcamp.com/album/stories-of-a-hermit
  16. 1.Novak 監視™ 01:19 2.ラン 05:39 3.0.04 内部 04:24 4.79 Million Adversaries 05:16 5.SANCTION 人造 06:31 video 6.Subterranean District 05:34 7.Maintenance Corridor 21337b 02:10 8.The Last Wave 04:46 9.Another Way 続く 03:25 10.Run Complete 6581 [TIME LIMITED DIGITAL BONUS] 03:22 Inspired by the sci-fi short Tokyo Run combined with the narrative of Mass Distraction. The album is a dark and cinematic insight into a dystopian future nobody wants. Digital version includes TIME LIMITED bonus track only available to download for 90 days. Lush LPs available for preorder on bandcamp with wide dynamic range mastering on zoetrope-style animated picture discs.
  17. Simple ambient tune, hope you guys like. Mountain cliffs and cloudy breeze. https://soundcloud.com/cassbopeep/undone
  18. If you have 45 min free of your time, this ambient track will worth every single second. Found this on bandcamp https://discreetmusic.bandcamp.com/album/water Discreet Music is the solo project by the Japanese artist Hiroaki Yamamoto, inspired by Brian Eno's Album “Discreet Music”. Each recording has been extrapolated from live tape loops performaces. Loops derive from new or old tape recordings. Each sound was written and programmed using analog and modular synths, processed and reprocessed through filters and analog effects to find the ‘No-Sound'.
  19. Does anyone have additional info about this album or people behind it? Would like to hear more material outside of their bandcamp offerings. Origin is the Section 27 netlabel. https://metaprogram.bandcamp.com/album/meta-programming http://section27netlabel.blogspot.com/2007/02/s27-045-meta-program-meta-programming.html http://www.myspace.com/metaprogramming edit: posted too soon - found their soundcloud.
  20. As If 'In My Room' Remastered Album Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/in-my-room-remastered-version W&P by Kenneth Werner (As If) Remastered by Frank Vilbæk Jensen
  21. Warmth - Ash (Album) A timeless album by ROHS! Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/ash
  22. Arc Of Doves ‘Never Let Me Go’ Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/never-let-me-go I first discovered Arc of Doves thanks to the inclusion of their song “I Remember When” on the ambient/experimental/electronic compilation Air Texture Vol 1. Hailing from Japan, Arc of Doves is a duo comprised of Tetsuya Nakamura and AFULL Kobayashi. Their sound falls into the spaces between the aforementioned genres, as well as “modern classical” (yes, that’s a thing), and down-tempo, and many of their songs are gorgeous beyond belief—like so beautiful that you can’t even put it into words. Strangely enough, it’s an Italian Berlin based record label, Rohs! Records, that just released the Arc of Doves’ EP, Never Let Me Go. Originally self released digitally by the band, last year via their now defunct Bandcamp page, it has now been reissued Never Let Me Go, for the most part, sticks to what the duo do best—skittering beats, powerful piano work, and atmospheric background effects. Out of the six racks on the EP, only one is a bit of a clunker—the 8+ minute “Song of Praise.” Made up of various synthesizer tones and drones, the flaw is that it never really goes anywhere. It also occurs early on (the second track) but thankfully the next four songs allow recovery. The title track, “Garden in The Rain,” and “Night Lights” are the strongest of the set, and the closing track, “Winter Lights” dips into the same somber, plaintive territory as “I Remember When.”
  23. Xoki 'Akasha' Album LINK: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/akasha Akasha is the new free-form concept album by the Swedish Copenhagen based-artist Zoran Todorovic (Xoki). Free-form as in not being build by a tight scheduled series of preplanned events. Free-form as in avoiding sharply defined and anticipated timbral elements. "The goal was to work with free flowing energy using various methods and space, to make room for the existence of extended tonal structeres". Akasha is a collection of deep, liquid pieces created in realtime by interaction with custom made tone generators and modulators.
  24. Got some friends together on my birthday yesterday and we farted this one out. Real strings ftw! I really like how it turned out.
  25. Shifting rhythms and pulsing tectonics from ROHS! headquarters Live From Unknown is the 3rd album from Sardinian born musician Andrea Porcu. Built with analog gear, the sound is emotive and expansive. Not easy to slot into one style or another, it's a true example of dub laden techno music. Link digital release https://andreaporcumusician.bandcamp.com/album/live-from-unknown-album The Wire Magazine (review): Andrea Porcu Live From Unknown PDXINDUBTING! DL/MC Little is known about Andrea Porcu, whose aliases include No Politics and Whacky, other than he is Sardinian born, currently based in Berlin and, since late 2007, has been running an under the radar label via Bandcamp called ROHS!. The music it has released in all formats falls mainly in a deep dubtech vein. Best known artists in the roster are Xoki & Hieronymus, who were recently on ZamZam Records out of Oregon. Another figure worth investigating is Desove – Polish musician Pawel Granacky – for his Cruising album from last year. The prevailing sounds on the label are related to but much less beat-laden than Chain Reaction. Ambient washes are prevalent and percussion sounds more muffled; but this new one from Andrea Porcu himself is much more reggae dub centred, and it perhaps best relates to some of the shorter, more focussed outings of Stephen Hitchell in his Intrusion guise, it’s that impressive. “Roll Haze” even sounds whimsically jump up, with a repeated sax line intervention quoting “Get Up, Stand Up”. But the moodiest track is “Leaving Chichibabin”. Carrying a clear dread sound, it’s really in need of a deep cut direct to vinyl.
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