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  1. Three label compilations with enough glitch to make you itch like a [redacted], presenting a wide swatch of PSEA and related artists. All PWYW, highly recommended.
  2. I've been waiting for this to drop for quite a while, Cottage Industries is my favourite IDM V/A series. Extremely highly recommended.
  3. I am starting a new radio show, the first episode is tonight, 9pm GMT via https://soundartradio.org.uk/ "The Tump Clump" is just an hour, once a month, of mainly new music I have discovered from all over the place. A mix of vinyl / digital and me chattering. Taking in noise, drone, improv, experimental, industrial, techno and even some sludge drone metal stuff this time. Basically, my usual melting pot (if anyone has read my zines its like that) This was recorded in my shed. Due to covid restrictions still in place - live broadcasting is not possible for everyone yet from the real studios. I recorded it live in one take and you can tell as I fluff up a few times and my vocals are quiet / mashed a bit with the vox I added. Hey ho. A learning experience. The music is the key. From the studios I plan to do live vinyl mixes plus I want to do a live techno/noise jam with my hardware. And I am allowed phone interviews too if anyone fancies it - lol - no swearing tho. Artwork by the fantastic blackcloudsummoner - I feature one of the collaborative tracks with Territorial Gobbing under the WET MIRROR name. Always looking for new tunes to play in future shows so HMU. Shows will go up on Mixcloud after - Ill stick links up here after. Cheers Soloman Tump
  4. Through the use of Ambee’s + NASA’s APIs and TouchDesigner, I’ve managed to capture air quality and near-earth space object [asteroids and fireballs] data in real-time, and used it to trigger MIDI signals in Ableton Live. Said signals are feeding two stock samplers and an instance of SketchCassette. Samplers are loaded one with Thom Yorke’s vocal stems from Nude and Reckoning, and the other one with the song that single-handedly introduced me to guitar-playing. Without further ado:
  5. Hey, everyone! Just came to share my newest video-teaching on a technique which I think a good amount of you will find of interest. In the following video, you’re going to learn how to control both analog and digital instruments through movement with the help of TouchDesigner, Ableton Live and a Kinect camera. Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHtUXvb6XMM
  6. Experimental release with exploration of aquatic themed atmospheres and sounds. Out on Mikroclimat, local Montréal underground left-field/experimental label. (check them out, there quite a few interesting gems in there) Voyages||Subaqua is an album that is inspired by the different underwater areas, sometimes in a quasi-referential way, but most often in a conceptual and abstract way. It is my imaginary interpretation of what can evoke visiting these inaccessible places that yet surround humanity. Each piece is a journey into an underwater area with its own ecosystem and currents. This album is also an attempt to create musical pieces where time and space lose their meaning, plunging the audience into the depths of sound like aquanauts exploring places where the scarcity of light thwarts our perception and our senses.
  7. If ya needs some serious bleepin' action. PWYC modular release on the Modulisme label (really cool project if you dig modular). Originally from Oklahoma, Ernie Morgan had done his Masters at Mills College in electronic music. He then came to UCSD in 1971 and worked with the Buchla synthesizer there, as well as playing saxophone, and studying composition with several people there. He worked with Pauline Oliveros and Roger Reynolds, and even collaborated as WEB trio along with Bruce Rittenbach and Warren Burt… He was in the Psych Pop group The Strawberry Alarm Clock and then taught music to elementary school children in the San Diego City Schools for over twenty years + an avid surfer almost his entire life. He passed away on June 23, 2016 and his wife Mary sent a box of recordings to Warren Burt « because Ernie had told her that only "The Scarlet Aardvark" would understand the music he made with synthesizers when he was at UCSD from 1971-74 and 75. » Lucky us as we can hear those long lost recordings on a mythical original Buchla 100 analog synthesizer.
  8. A synapse-bender of an album from Hypercube, manic excursions into experiential soundscapes. Highly recommended.
  9. Reinhold Weber, born in 1927, was known as a pioneer of electronic music. In his compositions, Weber placed a focus on twelve-tone music, he became increasingly fascinated in the field of computer music since the 1970s. He produced numerous works at the Studio for Electronic Music at the University of Karlsruhe. Released in our Early Electronic series released March 4, 2022
  10. Hey! Just finished up our RPM challenge, and wanted to share with you all. It starts out with more “normal” electronic music and then descends into experimental noise and ambient chaos. Inspired by the writings of Rick Remender, specifically Black Science- traveling thru alternate layers of reality like an onion. It’s free to download here: https://ccundefined.bandcamp.com/album/nacreous-allium The challenge info is here: https://www.rpmchallenge.com Thanks for checking it out! Enjoy!
  11. Fall Therapy's sophomore album, filled with longing soundscapes of melodic beauty from ambience to almost something to dance to. Highly recommended.
  12. Originally created for the SHTO outdoor sound event held July 24, 2021, in Voronezh, Russia: instagram.com/shtoevent. Expanded and edited further in February 2022. released February 4, 2022
  13. Cool VA compilation from Hyperglitch/IDM folks.
  14. The complete works of one of the pioneers of Belgian early electronics. This 3CD set highlights Leo Kupper's earliest unique compositions produced during the 60's to 90'swhen he was ardently seeking out structures distinctly applicable to purely electronic sounds. His GAME machine - Générateur Automatique de Musique Electronique (Automatic Generator of Electronic Music) was constructed during such period and spirit of renewal and technical exploration. Released in our Early Electronic series credits released January 30, 2022 Leo Kupper was born in Nidrum, Hautes Fagnes (Eastern Belgium) on the 16th of April 1935. He studied musicology at the Liège Conservatory, then became the assistant of Henri Pousseur who, in 1958, had just founded the Apelac Studio in Brussels. Kupper started to work on his first pieces there, but he would finalize them only upon putting together his own studio in 1967: the Studio de Recherches et de Structurations Electroniques Auditives (which means 'studio of audio electronic research & structuring'). That is where he would compose, to this day, over forty works, most of them on instruments of his own design. In the '70s and '80s, he built a series of Sound Domes (briefly established in Rome, Linz, Venice, and Avignon), places where every sound, every phonem uttered by the listening audience was transformed by hundreds of loudspeakers of various sizes organized in a dome shape. This device transformed sounds through space AND time: something said could be morphed into another sound hours, days, perhaps years later. Leo had envisioned that a device like his, a place for contemplation, would be much-needed in cities where Nature had been evacuated. In the late '70s, after discovering Iranian music master Hussein Malek, Kupper became one of the very few Western virtuosos of the santur. His first pieces were released by Deutsche Grammophon and, later, Igloo. His latest works have been released by the New York-based label Pogus. The GAME machine In 1961, having terminated his musicology studies, Leo Kupper left Liège for Brussels. By that time, centres for music research such as those in Cologne, Paris and Milan had already produced works of experimental music, where pioneers were forging new and diverse routes in electronic music, 'musique concrète' and electro-vocal music. The GAME machine - Générateur Automatique de Musique Electronique (Automatic Generator of Electronic Music) was constructed during such period and spirit of renewal and technical exploration. The GAME consisted of a collection of variable 'sonic cells' sensitive to modulations of positive and negative voltages and programmable manually through the aid of colour-coded cables. Complex electronic loops and sound from loudspeakers and from microphone pick-ups were then either recorded by tape-machines or performed and interpreted by musicians who opened automatic channels, thus triggering automatic sound to exit the speakers. This in turn penetrated the machines by means of microphones and was replayed. Here then was an entirely new way of playing a musical instrument and how the works here were composed and performed.
  15. Here's a couple of tracks that were originally going to be released under my Virtekh alias, but upon having another listen, I realised the style was more suited to an old project I was involved with about ten years ago named Circuitsmasher. This is the first in a series of two track releases: https://circuitsmasher.bandcamp.com/releases
  16. I'll post music here for my tsrono releases. In most or all cases this will be finished products, except for mastering, and so I'm not looking for help with direction of the songs or things like that, but I'll be welcoming any general comments you have. I'm particularly interested in feedback on production quality and suggestions based on that. Thanks for listening if you do! So here's some stuff from a new ep: You can download the entire reins ep over at bandcamp: http://tsrono.bandcamp.com I've also put up the ep over on last.fm: http://www.last.fm/music/tsrono
  17. 12th in the People Can Listen V/A series, meandering rivers of IDM. PWYW, Recommended.
  18. https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202109 https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202108 https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202105 there's another release i was too lazy to embed...but basically this is a few musicians, some of which i'm fans of (IKTS, nankotsuteacher, etc.) who are just compiling i guess sorta collaborative stuff and weird bits together into these kinda wild albums. i've only grabbed one so far but they've all got choice bits in there. definitely more on the experimental tip, but really there's a little bit of something for everyone. getting some sorta ICASEA/Gescom vibes at times.
  19. Cracking 2xCD/digital compilation of tracks from Maltese producers. Recommended.
  20. https://andregoncalves.bandcamp.com/album/grnlr Bogdan shared this on tweeter and just listened to most of it, really nice stuff. from earlier this year, kinda tense and tending towards experimental and a touch of noise perhaps.
  21. Experimental electronic DnB, breaks, and bass coupled with moody synth work and occasional mayhem. Highly recommended.
  22. First full length TMUX album, tracks with a wide span of breaks from downtempo to dnb and ethereal beauty. Highly recommended, PWYW.
  23. Blunt force glitch trauma in three parts w/ a remix from Grisha Lichtenberger. Recommended.
  24. Regis and Mønic as CUB, no explanation necessary. Highly recommended.
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