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  1. https://milieumusic.bandcamp.com/album/sun-cast While I only just finished listening to this behemoth in full for the first time, I had to take a moment and drop words about this album here. A man many of you are familiar with 'round these parts has put together maybe the defining album of his very prolific career. Of all the music I have been listening to lately (a LOT), no one album has captured my attention quite like this one. Imagine this: a total runtime of 3 hrs and 23 minutes with NO filler. Ambient washes, warm melodies, funky grooves -- it's all here. It's a lot of music, but so well worth the trip. Check it out.
  2. Didn't see a post about this, but it's really been scratching my downtempo/ambient IDM itch today. https://milieumusic.bandcamp.com/album/amtrax-plus
  3. I got this one for the Jodey Kendrick tracks. Also check out Megan Mcarthy's soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/megsmusicjourney Tracklist 1. DR Phlux – Ct3 (05:52) 2. Jodey Kendrick – Unk (04:11) 3. Foamek – Rotating Wizard (03:42) 4. Milieu – Briam (07:21) 5. Koré – Plasteline Mono (02:43) 6. Face Culler – Rainlands (03:51) 7. NN* – Island To Remind You [Phuket Bird Mix] (04:17) 8. Coppice Halifax – Vapor Dub [Fresh Flesh Flash Mix] (04:46) 9. Melotone – At Last (04:43) 10. Koré – Letter To M (05:56) 11. Nntblst – Blade Runner Blues [spider Eggs] (06:17) 12. Jodey Kendrick – Boo Worm WRK (06:57) 13. Zander One – RUST. (02:37) 14. SoulSonic – Surfing On Analog Waves (04:22) 15. Phoen – Chinaski (06:12) 16. Aia – Thirds (05:49) 17. Coppice Halifax – Leaf Cloak [Healing Herbs From The Forest Mix By The Nautilus Project] (09:14) 18. Brother Blue – Blit Terminal (05:04) 19. DR Phlux – Motor City (03:39) 20. Oonkooma – Polyton C [intelligent Dembow Music] (04:35) 21. Time For Trees – Trails (08:58) 22. Dusklark – Ramune King (03:31) 23. Mosca – Armalite [Ten_Rapid Remix] (06:58) 24. Melotone – Ether (07:10) 25. Milieu – Pawprint Path (07:25) 26. Oxynucid – Suft (06:08) 27. Blind Slime – Through A Backcountry Fox Followed (03:09) 28. The Green Kingdom – Healing Loops (03:31) 29. Orson Throb – After The Rain (03:56) 30. Andrea Porcu – Looking Outside From A Window [soundtrack] (02:48) 31. Substak – Hope & Drone (03:32) 32. Zwei Kreise – Solomon Reach (07:33) 33. Forrest – Sambson (05:52) 34. Megan McCarthy – Untitled [Logan Tipaza Tribe] (06:25) 35. Katsura – Katsura II (11:05) 36. James Shain – Sunny Days (16:23) 37. Parallelism – Sabotage [storm Version] (12:48) 38. Strange Meat – Mercy (03:24) 39. Orson Throb – Underground (04:05) 40. Arjen Schat – Rhodes Improvisation (04:00) 41. Brian Grainger – Gardensoil (58:54) Total length: 04:49:43 https://meganmccarthy.bandcamp.com/album/3067-megs
  4. http://malfokusita.bandcamp.com (Hit the link above for an 11-minute video of me explaining the series in a bit more depth)
  5. It's taken forever, but the 'Video Game Boss Battle Themes' album is finally here! Free download at the following link: https://atavisticspasmrecords.bandcamp.com/album/beat-the-boss-remixes Here's a sampler for the album: And here's a Discogs page so you can add it to your collections: http://www.discogs.com/Various-Beat-The-Boss-Remixes/release/6941943 Thanks to all the artists who volunteered their time to make this excellent clutch of tracks. Extra-special thanks to WATMM's resident mastering engineer Zephyr Nova who did a great job giving the album cohesive levels! I know it's taken a while to come out, but I hope you'll all agree that the wait has been worth it! This is meant to be a free album: please do not pay anything (enter '$0' under 'Buy Now'). I only used the 'pay what you want' option because that way there is no download cap. Enjoy!
  6. 01 Swamp Bike 02 Night Bus 03 Plastic Swamp Log http://attacknine.bandcamp.com/album/swamp-bike Pay what you want and pass it around! This is a free single to provide a taste of what is to come in a few months at Attacknine. Some of you may remember the title cut from the Highschool Guitar EP (only a few copies of the clear 12" vinyl are still available here), and Night Bus was previously an iTunes-only exclusive track and now freed from its digital chains. Plastic Swamp Log is a newer recording, written specifically for this single, and features an eight-minute psychedelic reimagining of Swamp Bike with some new changes and vocals as well. Bonus points for some of the additional guitar overdubs on PSL being played by WATMM's own leafs! This is also only the second time I've recorded vocals for something, the first instance being Didn't Sleep At All on the Children Of The Hill 2x7" split with Orick (also still available on lovely vinyl here). Also, there is a mind-melting video for Swamp Bike. HD and full-screen is recommended for this one! [youtubehd]Wvqgicw7Lsk[/youtubehd] You can download the uncompressed high-definition video here: http://t.opsp.in/a19h9 So yeah, hope everyone digs this. I'm really excited to start releasing the stuff I've been working on for Attacknine for years now. More to come!
  7. STREAM / BUY / DOWNLOAD: http://milieu.bandcamp.com/album/colortone-expanded-reissue [youtubehd]qM77-gem39I[/youtubehd] [youtubehd]VdhdG4tnF0Q[/youtubehd]
  8. COPPICE HALIFAX SPRING BLEND MILIEU MUSIC / MMD024 / 2013 Originally commissioned and assembled in 2010, and scheduled for release at Other Heights, Spring Blend is now finally coming up for air, three years after its creation. Essentially, Spring Blend is the perfect doorway between the 2009 Analog Botany series (which has recently been reissued) and 2011's Dusk Versions album at Recycled Plastics (which was also recorded during this time). Inspired by the onset of Spring after the AB series drew to a close, the AB tracks Dusk, Dusk II and Mirror are treated to lovely lush reimaginings by such talents as Ohrwert, Axs, Quantec, Textural Being, Zzzzra and Grad_U, and bookended with two original pieces that both establish and close the colorful mood. STREAM THE ENTIRE RELEASE HERE: http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/spring-blend BUY A LIMITED EDITION CD-R (ONLY 50 COPIES PRODUCED!): http://store.milieu-music.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=60&product_id=163
  9. I haven't posted about this series at WATMM yet, but now that it's completely finished (minus a very special remix effort underway) I figured it would probably appeal to a few people here who appreciate things like GAS and the deeper side of the techno pool. Basically it all started with that Rachmaninoff 3LP set of Isle Of The Dead that xxx was posting about here (remember that?). When he was selling some vinyl off I bought that from him, among other things, and thought at the time it could be cool to really take it all the way into deep techno territory, since the material was already very much along those lines. What ended up happening was much bigger than I could have ever expected. I ended up turning out over an hour of recordings for every side of the 3LP set. I built these pieces almost completely live with the worn out vinyl being almost completely by itself as the non-rhythmic source sound, run through reel to reel tape loop processing, a series of hardware FX such as loopers, delays, reverbs, a flanger, a phase modulator and an 8 track mixer. The rhythmic and bass elements were done with three different drum machines run through similar processing, I decided to focus the sessions on a loose arc of time passing in a dense forest acre - volumes 1 and 2 would be pre-dawn/sunrise, volumes 3 and 4 would be midday/sunshine, and volumes 4 and 5 would be sunset/dusk/late night. I wrote several abstract pieces of text to accompany the music as well, and took a bunch of lo-fi Holga photographs for all of the album art. All the pieces were left unnamed, to add to the elemental, sprawling side of the music. In the end it amounted to almost 10 hours of music. 7 different volumes of work, plus Verdant Versions - a Basic Channel BCD-styled compilation of one track from each volume, reworked in a more club-friendly rhythm-heavy form. Then I produced the epilogue piece - Verdant Overgrowth - which is an 80 minute suite that collects and seamlessly mixes every rhythm track from the entire set over an ambient backdrop reduction of all six sides of the original vinyl. I pressed 50 copies of each release individually, then compiled them all in a limited box set at the end. Now, everything from the physical run is out of print (except a small amount of copies of volumes 4/5/6 and Overgrowth) so I've taken some time to put together a definitive digital version of the whole thing. http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-acre-box-set You can also now buy the individual volumes digitally too: http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-acre-volume-one http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-acre-volume-two http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-acre-volume-three http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-acre-volume-four http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-acre-volume-five http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-acre-volume-six http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-versions http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/verdant-overgrowth I know this is a massive amount of music to experience and digest, but I'm incredibly proud of it all and I hope some of you here can dig it as much as I have.
  10. Hello everybody, I know a while back, there was some interest in my dub techno project SEAS with David Tagg - we released a short-run CD-R and 12" back in 2009 and then went into hibernation... Well, we're finally back again, and we've got a new 80 minute album (and corresponding EP), a reissue of the debut album from 2009 (with the vinyl exclusive track " ") and not one but two massive digital compendiums of field recordings/textures/white noise/atmospheres that make up the source of the backdrops from the SEAS albums. To keep everything together, we've put up a new microsite for the band, packed with information: http://seas.recycled-plastics.net/ From there you can buy the SEAS reissue and SEAS 2, either solo or in a discounted bundle. We've also got both albums fully streamable on Bandcamp for those of you who would like to listen first: SEAS: http://recycledplast....com/album/seas SEAS 2: http://recycledplast...om/album/seas-2 And here are the two digital releases, available for a "pay what you want" price: Assembled Landscapes [Volume I]: http://installsound....scapes-volume-i Assembled Landscapes [Volume II]: http://installsound....capes-volume-ii Anyone who wants to get a copy of the new album - HASTE IS ADVISED - we've pressed only 60 copies, just like the debut in 2009, complete with a deluxe plastic case hand-assembled and designed by David Tagg. This deluxe version is also the ONLY place you will get the 20 minute Restructural EP. 100 minutes of new SEAS material awaits!
  11. "Classic drum machines, analog tape recording and an emphasis on a kind of ''pure'' bedroom electronic music, are the characteristics of Milkwhite PGM. CP began to work on this album in 2010 as nothing more than music for him to play at night while he passed out in bed reading a paperback. That aesthetic of intimate home-space music is still present in the final tracks. Limited edition of 121 copies." http://clone.nl/item23688.html http://coppicehalifa...ic-galaxy-maker
  12. COPPICE HALIFAX DUSK VERSIONS RECYCLED PLASTICS / RP2 CD-R / EDITION OF 119 From www.recycled-plastics.net : Available for streaming/ordering here: http://www.recycled-plastics.net/
  13. COPPICE HALIFAX & SUBMERSION DILATE / ERODE MILIEU MUSIC / ABX11 / 2012 FIRST EDITION OF 50 (SOLD OUT) SECOND EDITION OF 50 LISTEN OR BUY FOR $12 Musically, this album would likely appeal to any fans of GAS, early Vladislav Delay, and any kind of womblike longform ambient techno. The first 50 copies sold out overnight, so Submersion and I put together a slightly different second edition of 50 to keep up with the demand! Thanks to anyone here who already bought this release!
  14. Hello, Just wanted to share my love for one of the latest album by our watmmer Coppice Halifax (alias Milieu, Brian Grainger, ...). It's the last Coppice Halifax album, amazing music. Check it out here, it's an essential purchase : http://coppicehalifax.bandcamp.com/album/pawleys-island
  15. Not sure how I forgot to post about this album here at WATMM, but I did. It's the first ever Coppice Halifax release on vinyl and I'm very happy with how it all turned out! Here are the release details: Listen to "Sunken Dancehall" [media='']http://soundcloud.com/wil-ru-records/coppice-halifax-sunken[/media] Listen to "Miniature Island Fantasy" [media=''] [/media] And here is the press release: Listeners in the UK and Europe can also buy this from Norman Records. They've made it one of their recommended releases this week! http://www.normanrec...gh-hawaiian-fog
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