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  1. "In the opinion of experimental imprint Type, Vibrant Forms is a bona fide “milestone in the dub techno genre.” By way of tribute, the label is to give the album its first full reissue next month. No bonus goodies, but the re-release will mark Vibrant Forms‘ first foray on vinyl, and has been freshly remastered for the occasion." [sc5]112469437" params="" width=" 100%" height="166" iframe="true" /][/sc5] facthttp://www.factmag.com/2013/09/26/type-announce-reissue-of-fluxions-1999-dub-techno-touchstone-vibrant-forms/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+FactMagazineMusicAndArt+ type http://typerecords.com
  2. "The kaleidoscopic kente-cloth cover is a red herring: There's nothing explicitly African about these slowly unspooling drones from Lichens' Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, aside from a hint of hand percussion. The way those leathery thwacks are caked in digital clipping and nervous delay suggests that messing with the way we decode overdetermined sounds is part of Lowe's project, however. The skulking, barely-there beat is shrouded in a resonant drone with Appalachian overtones, like a jaw harp twanging from mountaintop to mountaintop; a plunging dub bassline breaks the surface in a fizzy echo of Porter Ricks, and in the B-side version, a rippling arpeggio flashes back on Tangerine Dream's Sorcerer soundtrack. It's all suffused in opalescent digital static, like Pole with a fetish for low bit-rates, and despite the brightly covered sleeve, it's as bleak as anything you might find on the Blackest Ever Black label. You can listen to samples on Boomkat, but the tracks really need to be heard in their full, quarter-hour lengths to make sense." robert aiki aubrey lowe http://www.discogs.c...we&filter_anv=1 listen http://boomkat.com/v...d-vinyl-edition type http://typerecords.com
  3. "Excerpts from the album. Now available at Experimedia.net. Reportedly created by a "Head Technician" who has been "magnetically aligning ferrous particles since 1970," Type has adopted Pye Corner Audio’s initial recordings for a lavish 2xLP edition. Though once the fictitious back story dissolves into reality, there are still plenty of reasons to seek out "The Black Mill Tapes Volumes 1 & 2." Many styles inherent in deep electronic zones are on display here: from eerie ‘70s soundtrack vibes and disintegrating organ melodies to beat-propelled murk and approximations of early krautrock. A few moments even recall a monochromatic version of Broadcast’s collaboration with the Focus Group. The anonymous figure behind Pye Corner Audio is clearly inspired by and well-versed in the golden age of radiophonics, but "The Black Mill Tapes" views the material through a 21st century lens, updating and refining the specialized style." http://soundcloud.com/experimedia/pye-corner-audio-the-black http://hardwax.com/65763/
  4. http://www.thewire.co.uk/articles/7799/ Liking this new sound.
  5. http://vimeo.com/30432551 http://beta.forcedexposure.com/Catalog/TYPE.097LP.html "Ohio-based noise upsetter Mike Shiflet has amassed an enviable amount of releases in the last decade. Tapes, vinyl, CD-Rs -- you name it, he's done it, but it's taken until now for Shiflet to weld together what he regards as his defining work. The first in a series of two "proper" albums, Suffererstakes the listener to the very heart of Shiflet's sound -- through the abrasive noise heard on his early releases all the way to the shimmering ambience that made up his breakthrough album Llanos. A deeply patient and rewarding record, Shiflet uses his long-practiced skills to lay waste to a gaseous collection of source recordings, bringing a chattering, disturbing resonance to what sounds like whirring hospital equipment. It is always difficult to reframe U.S. noise music without the punk, tape-destroyed aesthetic -- but likeKevin Drumm before him, Shiflet manages to push his sound into high fidelity effortlessly. Each frequency is picked meticulously for maximum effect, and if you listen on headphones, you are treated to an entirely different experience. Whether reducing the listener to an opium-fuelled coma on the shimmering "Axle Grease," or treating us to the kind of intensity Fennesz last exhibited on Endless Summer with "Blessed And Oppressed," there is a sense that Shiflet has an ineffable control over his plethora of techniques and ideas. A rare gem in a mire of half-hearted records, Sufferers grabs you by the throat and doesn't let go until the final creak. And this is only the beginning. Cut at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin. Limited vinyl pressing of 500 copies only."
  6. . http://typerecords.c...strumentals-2-2 http://boomkat.com/v...o-instrumentals
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