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  1. Here's a couple of tracks that were originally going to be released under my Virtekh alias, but upon having another listen, I realised the style was more suited to an old project I was involved with about ten years ago named Circuitsmasher. This is the first in a series of two track releases: https://circuitsmasher.bandcamp.com/releases
  2. I am starting a new radio show, the first episode is tonight, 9pm GMT via https://soundartradio.org.uk/ "The Tump Clump" is just an hour, once a month, of mainly new music I have discovered from all over the place. A mix of vinyl / digital and me chattering. Taking in noise, drone, improv, experimental, industrial, techno and even some sludge drone metal stuff this time. Basically, my usual melting pot (if anyone has read my zines its like that) This was recorded in my shed. Due to covid restrictions still in place - live broadcasting is not possible for everyone yet from the real studios. I recorded it live in one take and you can tell as I fluff up a few times and my vocals are quiet / mashed a bit with the vox I added. Hey ho. A learning experience. The music is the key. From the studios I plan to do live vinyl mixes plus I want to do a live techno/noise jam with my hardware. And I am allowed phone interviews too if anyone fancies it - lol - no swearing tho. Artwork by the fantastic blackcloudsummoner - I feature one of the collaborative tracks with Territorial Gobbing under the WET MIRROR name. Always looking for new tunes to play in future shows so HMU. Shows will go up on Mixcloud after - Ill stick links up here after. Cheers Soloman Tump
  3. I'll post music here for my tsrono releases. In most or all cases this will be finished products, except for mastering, and so I'm not looking for help with direction of the songs or things like that, but I'll be welcoming any general comments you have. I'm particularly interested in feedback on production quality and suggestions based on that. Thanks for listening if you do! So here's some stuff from a new ep: You can download the entire reins ep over at bandcamp: http://tsrono.bandcamp.com I've also put up the ep over on last.fm: http://www.last.fm/music/tsrono
  4. 12th in the People Can Listen V/A series, meandering rivers of IDM. PWYW, Recommended.
  5. https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202109 https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202108 https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202105 there's another release i was too lazy to embed...but basically this is a few musicians, some of which i'm fans of (IKTS, nankotsuteacher, etc.) who are just compiling i guess sorta collaborative stuff and weird bits together into these kinda wild albums. i've only grabbed one so far but they've all got choice bits in there. definitely more on the experimental tip, but really there's a little bit of something for everyone. getting some sorta ICASEA/Gescom vibes at times.
  6. Cracking 2xCD/digital compilation of tracks from Maltese producers. Recommended.
  7. https://andregoncalves.bandcamp.com/album/grnlr Bogdan shared this on tweeter and just listened to most of it, really nice stuff. from earlier this year, kinda tense and tending towards experimental and a touch of noise perhaps.
  8. Experimental electronic DnB, breaks, and bass coupled with moody synth work and occasional mayhem. Highly recommended.
  9. First full length TMUX album, tracks with a wide span of breaks from downtempo to dnb and ethereal beauty. Highly recommended, PWYW.
  10. Blunt force glitch trauma in three parts w/ a remix from Grisha Lichtenberger. Recommended.
  11. Regis and Mønic as CUB, no explanation necessary. Highly recommended.
  12. The preview tracks sound interesting, but I'm waiting for more; if you liked the latest Shackleton, you'll like this, too.
  13. Recommended. If you're not familiar with Donoso's work, I emphatically suggest you take a stab at his output.
  14. Ambient drones, glitch layers, crackling and booming percussions, snatches and snippets of melody - experimental electronics for the connoisseurs. Recommended.
  15. Sampled, sliced, collated, and combined electronic and acoustic instrumentals, beats and beyond. Recommended; check out Ultre's debut album, too, if this is your thing.
  16. Hello everyone! Been working for quite a bit in a way to transform image into sound, and came up with a hopefully-interesting idea. In this tutorial you’re going to learn how to transform RGB data into MIDI in TouchDesigner, and feed it to Ableton Live: I’ve also uploaded both project files and the final Ableton session for all my patrons: https://linktr.ee/uisato Enjoy! 😄
  17. aoty https://heckeremgo.bandcamp.com/album/synopsis-seriation
  18. Stunning techno experiments from Korridor. Precise and hypnotic. Highly recommend. Last track gives me Digeridoo level chills.
  19. Hello, i just recently finished a track that seems to be heavily influenced by much of the music i saw Aphex Twin play at Day for Night in Houston. The strongest examples i could give would be Jlin, Qebrus and Sd Laika. I hope you guys enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/dollarstore-keyboard/cult-45
  20. Groovy, melodic IDM tracks to make your brain dance and extremities tap on random surfaces. Recommended.
  21. Three label compilations with enough glitch to make you itch like a [redacted], presenting a wide swatch of PSEA and related artists. All PWYW, highly recommended.
  22. Brazen beats, synthetic harmonies, and glitch workouts from AlzAlya DrOwL, PWYW. Recommended.
  23. Hey, everyone! I've been experimenting for the past couple of months with different softwares and techniques and I'm super excited to share with you what's been achieved! 😄 Hardware used: - PC running Windows 10 with Ableton Live 11 + TouchDesigner running on parallel - Kinect V2 Kinect-Controlled Drum Rack: Kinect-Controlled Voice FX Chain: Kinect-Controlled Guitar FX Chain: Kinect-Controlled Synth: What do you guys think? What would you like to see in the future with these kinds of experiments? I'm all ears!
  24. A new album full of sonic disturbance from C. Mantle, from glitchy breaks to abstract instrumental hip-hop. Recommended.
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