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  1. So recently I got a request from a user if there is a possibility to do a Kickstarter similar to the Caustic Window LP we did back in 2014 for Tom's "Methyl Orange" LP, a 2x12" whitelabel apparently only given to Richard, Chris Jeffs, GWC, and potentially a few other mates. Was destined for MEN Records (a Rephlex sublabel) back in 2003 but never saw the light of day. Wait - what? "Methyl Orange LP"? I'd never heard of it until now... So, a bit of Googling (you get a lot of science-y stuff if you just Google "Methyl Orange"), and I did find where I am assuming Tom played these tracks
  2. Probey (first track of the mix): http://soundcloud.com/mixmag-1/scene-selection-planet-mu ...it's going to be glorious
  3. I'm proud to present my first full length Bandcamp release: https://titchthomas.bandcamp.com/album/strange-fruit STRANGE FRUIT [43:35] 01. PHLUB 02. GUNGA ACID 03. SUMMONER 04. NITE BIRD [fast mix] 05. DAMPER 06. DARBY ACID 07. PLINK 09. SHIPWRECK ACID 10. PILL 11. NITE BIRD [tape mix] (bonus track) art by Marjar * * * Much love to all the WATMM users who've helped me craft a sound. I truly appreciate the listens and support! TT
  4. Hi! I’m Timi Alexander, a 23-year old Finnish singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist living in London, and I'll be releasing my debut solo album on Soundcloud and Spotify within a week or two. The record takes influence from the 90s alternative rock and hip hop production (Liquid Swords is a big inspiration on the skit-like nature of the album flow), a combination that will further be explored on the future releases, as well as Aphex Twin. I've performed and produced all the music in my bedroom, an environment I've found surprisingly inspiring over the course of the making of the album
  5. "The forthcoming Latitudes session. Following his critically acclaimed debut album on Aurora Borealis, the new Tri-Angle signee, The Haxan Cloak (AKA Bobby Krlic), has quite gracefully buried himself deep into the networks of unsettling electronic music. This Latitudes release is, in essence, Bobby live, but think of it as 'The Haxan Cloak 2.0'." "This recording is about trying to re-interpret my own work, I think," says Krlic of his Latitudes session. "I never want to give a straight recreation of any of my recorded material when I play live - one reason is because it is too logistically
  6. Un Chien Andalou LP is out now! Download for free on www.cairnem.com dark ambient / lo-fi / experimental / hypnotic / psychedelic / sound design facebook ~ bandcamp ~ soundcloud Un Chien Andalou I (8:56) Un Chien Andalou II (5:49) Un Chien Andalou III (7:41) Un Chien Andalou IV (10:00) Un Chien Andalou V (9:34)
  7. http://www.randsrecords.com/space-dimension-controller/the-pathway-to-tiraquon6 http://www.facebook....&type=1 http://boomkat.com/v...y-to-tiraquon-6
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYDlsy8eJmc&feature=player_embedded http://www.beatink.c...pusher/BRC-334/
  9. https://www.facebook.com/190160714355150/photos/a.224281910943030.48493.190160714355150/670910902946793/?type=1 not much info, but still:
  10. HEY! Please consider helping me do this awesome thing. I'm attempting to give my most popular album, CYBERIA, a small vinyl pressing (100 copies) and I need YOUR (yes, your!) help! Even if you aren't interested, if you know anyone who might be, please share the post and get the word out - especially for people who do small-time distro. On transparent purple vinyl, it's as gorgeous as it gets. Even if you don't have a turntable, simply reserving a copy just to donate to the cause helps just as well! If you think it's too expensive, message me and we can work something out. The important thing
  11. http://www.raster-noton.net/ http://www.residenta...s.aspx?id=14748 http://www.factmag.c...s-on-new-album/
  12. A free release I did for fun. Recorded in Toronto between 2012 - 2014. Flirts with electro and John Carpenter influences. Sometimes it even kisses them on the lips. https://rottentropics.bandcamp.com/album/loud-flowers
  13. http://www.factmag.c...ial-ep-details/ interview: http://thequietus.co...liams-interview
  14. http://darla.com/ind...em_cat_id=40007 http://www.dekorder.com/releases.html http://www.discogs.c...t/Andrew+Pekler
  15. http://room40.org/store/cd/HATAKEYAMA_MIRROR
  16. "If you've ever heard classic late '70s library albums like Brian Bennett's 'Discovery' on Bruton Music, the Telemusic 'Spatial' albums by Sauveur Mallia and works by Jean-Pierre Decerf, you should have a fairly good idea of the direction Georges Vert is coming from. Mix that with some Rinder and Lewis, a bit of Roberto Zanetti and a touch of Francis Monkman's The Long Good Friday OST and you're just about there, in terms of influence." "The project started life on Lo Recordings / Loeb, with an inclusion on the seminal 'Milky Disco' compilation. The 'Freak D'Espace e.p.’ followed, featurin
  17. http://www.honestjon...7&LabelID=14815
  18. http://www.self-titl...l-mohn-project/ "According to a post on Kompakt’s website [via Self-Titled], MOHN’s first album will be released this Spring, and is extremely decelerated, slow motion techno with and without bass drum, containing lots of plasticizer." [youtubehd]E5FxGuvFrf8&feature=player_embedded[/youtubehd]
  19. . http://hymen-records...all/y792_2.html http://www.hecq.de/
  20. [youtubehd]eu54lIq1f48[/youtubehd] "Opening track of Lukid's yet untitled album" http://www.werkdiscs.com/
  21. "Mr. Weatherall requires no introduction if you're over the age of 25 and have even a passing interest in club music. For everyone else he's the guy behind Primal Scream's definitive '90s LP 'Screamadelica' and one of the most respected wax collectors in the world. For his 'Masterpiece' he draws for no less than six of his own remixes out of 12 on offer. They include his chugging overhauls of Grinderman, The Horrors, Wooden Shjips, and the aforementioned Primals, plus a strolling pace rework of Timothy J Fairplay and a Big Beat Rockers remix of Toddla T & Roots Manuva's 'Watch Me Dance'. C
  22. "The Australian group’s hugely innovative and spiritually attuned releases in the 1980s and 90s helped define the sound of the 4AD label, taking influence from Gaelic folk, Gregorian chant, Middle Eastern and African musics, and in turn influencing everything from the goth and metal underground to mainstream pop." "Formed in Melbourne in 1981 and centered around the duo of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry (pictured above in their pomp), DDC grew more and more ambitious with each album release, cultivating a magnificently po-faced, medieval-tinged and richly ambient sound that for us peaked
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