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! Tonight at 21:00 - 02:00! Stokey Stop 176 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 7JL London, United Kingdom! Another installation of the bi-monthly electronic music nite! HOGGY! (Breakcore Set) PALE GRAPHS! (Live) INWARDS! (Live) RAV D! (Jungle Set) Live visuals from IRIE PIXEL! Free Entry!
just in time for the spooky Halloween playlist, here's a real creepy and desolate sci-fi soundtrack just put up today: "this material spawned from a dream sometime in 2013. i recorded 2 hours in one sitting immediately after waking from the dream, and have been editing it gradually over the past year. it's a sci-fi horror story about an unconscious space explorer stranded on a strange planet, told through a desolate, ambient soundtrack. i tried to create an "alien field recording" sounding album (Environmental), but with sparse movie like orchestral melodies that tell of a dramatic event unfolding in the story (Narrative). and finally, dream scenes where the unconscious explorer (the listener, perhaps?) is subjected to alien hypnosis (Visceral)." --> https://ourson.bandcamp.com/album/the-sleeper-listens <-- imagery & interpretation aside, this is an extremely quiet and long album, and probably my most inaccessible music to date. but i'd like to think this album would be a stepping stone in the direction of making film music or any sound design job as i am currently unemployed & broke, using my music as a crutch & begging for tips. above all, enjoy and thank you.
http://www.fauxpasmusik.de/ "Sven Weisemann will release a new album under the name Desolate this March called Celestial Light Beings. Weisemann is a German DJ and producer with a knack for all things deep and dubby. As Desolate—a project he briefly tried to keep anonymous—he maintains this specialty, but with a twist: here he trades the 4/4 pulse for something more ambient and garage-inspired, and adds a bit of classical instrumentation. The result is a moody and semi-ambient sound that led Todd L. Burns to describe the last album, The Invisible Insurrection, as being "among the best albums Burial never made." Like that release, Celestial Light Beings will come out on Hamburg's Fauxpas Musik." http://soundcloud.com/fauxpas/sets/fauxpaslp002