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  1. Yan Cook is better known for his driving techno output under his own name, but his more adventurous alias Rhomb is worth checking out; Zero Gravity is the first Rhomb album and comes highly recommended.
  2. if you do a search in youtube, you might find this video about making a bass in fm: however, i am afraid that most of the videos on youtube seem to be tutorials on how to make a skrillex bass. however, a skrillex bass to me isn't really a bass, although it contains some bass fundamentals. i am a little old school, so i prefer a bass instrument to contain mostly bass fundamentals, for the purpose of creating harmonies and other syncopated events. I envision this thread to be a place where we can share patches or discuss getting actual bass sounds out of an fm synth, (als
  3. Spacious glitchy & crunchy percussive electronics. Recommended.
  4. David Kempston = Clatterbox, Gary Kempston = Goliath, both brothers = Janus. Recommended.
  5. This is SetSquare's fourth album in less than a year; check out the previous ones, MK33xx, CR20xx, and TD10xx, too.
  6. A wide-ranging PWYW charity collection of various electronics to benefit Hunger Relief International.
  7. Sealt is a curious Russian label (with just a couple of mentions here on WATMM) releasing unique limited edition pressings from various electronic artists, e.g. Volor Flex is hazy Burial-ish two-step garage; Ambidextrous should be a familiar name to some with his cinematic ambient works on different labels. Too bad a lot of the releases haven't had full digital releases, but especially the newer ones are also available in digital. Highly recommended.
  8. A new album (Night Melody) compiled with the previous album (Articulation) and Midari Hirano's remix of Articulation.
  9. Ulrich Schnauss will shortly be releasing Now Is A Timeless Present, a career retrospective boxset. Having reaquired all of the rights to his catalogue a couple of years back, Ulrich set about remastering all of his albums to date, with quite substantial reworking done to his most recent two albums, 'A Long Way To Fall' and 'No Further Ahead Than Today'. Alongside his previously released albums there will be a new release, 'Now Is A Timeless Present,' featuring previously unreleased and disparate material. It wil be available to buy digitally from the 6th December with a physical release
  10. Divider in top form, two new releases on his own label after seven years. So good.
  11. Some Plaid-ish vibes in HOT POTS 3 and 8, a nice melodic album overall.
  12. Acidphakist/Carrierwave just tipped me off to these. Rumor has it they are being debuted at Music Messe 2013. Still as yet unconfirmed: Matrix Synth
  13. New release on the super independent and tiny label Rossz Records. If you like your ambient techno and analog sounds, you will definitely appreciate this wee release. https://rosszrecords.bandcamp.com/album/polygum-cat-food-ep
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