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  1. https://linktr.ee/Enkiisgod Check out my tunes. I work really hard on these so I hope you enjoy them. If not, tell me what you'd like to hear. Looking for any kind of feedback. Thanks!
  2. Out tomorrow. LP Released by Castles in Space on Red and Yellow Vinyl. Sleeve notes by Jim Jupp (Ghostbox Records) Douglas E Powell voice/vocals on track 9 Speak your piece. Keith Seatman’s music is an anachronistically repurposed assemblage of sounds, melodies and technologies plundered from different time zones. Perhaps no surprise as he lives and records a stone’s throw from the jaded, yet jaunty seafront of Southsea in Portsmouth on the south coast of England. This album however is far from being a haphazard and spontaneous collage. Keith’s busy and dense soundworld is composed though a very deliberate and painstaking process. Unlikely musical and sonic juxtapositions artfully evoke a sense of place and narrative. This latest excursion is bad-trip psychedelia shot through with wistful and whimsical melodies and occasional haunted voices. So, on Last One In for example, what could be a chirpy and exciting theme tune to a 1970s kid’s adventure series is modulated into a minor key by a sinister synth bass line and menaced by a stomping bother boy rhythm. In the opening track On to the Pier & Down to the Sea, the amusement arcade din is submerged in a watery digital swirl during. Likewise, on Tippy Toe Tippy Toe the tiddly-om-pom-pom of the pier is heard from the point of view some approaching aquatic creature or perhaps by a drowning man. This track heralds the closing section of the album which shifts focus from the seafront to its rustic precursor, the mayday fair. Something weird comes to the village in Waiting by the Window. Sounding as if late period Radiophonic Workshop (when they got hold of expensive synths) had popped back 15 years to work with their boffinish tape wielding forbears. It summons an atmosphere like a Nigel Kneale drama or one of those folk-horror inspired episodes of Dr.Who. Finally, the album’s title track seems to offer a chance of escape to a more rustic idyll with melancholy mellotron flute and mumbled nursery rhymes. But as the album closes it feels like a relentlessly inescapable holiday-special steam train drags us back On to the Pier & Down to the Sea.
  3. Just got this on Vinyl. So Lush. Just as good as the day it came out(in the US) back in '92. Totally stands up. (Plus bonus Peel Sessions!) http://ultramarine.uk.com/Every-Man-and-Woman-is-a-Star Every Man and Woman is a Star is reissued by Rough Trade Records on 3rd November 2014. Available as a heavyweight vinyl double LP in a gatefold sleeve Includes a bonus 4-track 12" of a previously unreleased 1992 John Peel BBC radio session Includes free digital download code Packaged with brand new artwork by Dennis Busch and design by Therese Vandling. Every Man and Woman is a Star was initially released on Brainiak Records in 1991 and then in expanded form on Rough Trade in 1992 and now stands as a classic of its genre. "This record is an undiscovered masterpiece... Englishness at its most inventive." Geoff Travis, Rough Trade "Perhaps the first and best stab at that seeming contradiction-in-terms, pastoral techno." Simon Reynolds http://www.qthemusic.com/6510/every-man-and-woman-is-a-star-a-short-film-about-ultramarine/
  4. http://haunteddisco.com/album/enter-through-the-exit hey folks! This is my first post here. I mostly frequent the reddit /r/WATMM but only just now found out there's a full on forum. Anywho, here's an album I've been working on for the past month or so. It's my first ever LP, so it's a pretty neat milestone for me. I'm pretty new to the world of producing so this was very much a big learning process for me, but it turned out being fun as hell to make. It draws close comparisons to the likes of radiohead, flying lotus, mum, etc. I'd love some critiques on the production work, since that's what I'm most freaked about. Everything I know about producing is me studying J Dilla and Madlib's beats and trying very very hard to achieve the similar warm/thick texture those two are so good at creating. Other than that there's not much training in the field, so it's all just been experimenting. Anywho, hope you guys like it!
  5. http://www.mixcloud.com/keyfumbler/nost-david-donohoe-undercurrent-2003/
  6. Mostly these days I just play in bands, but years ago, I used to tool about with some solo stuff with a couple of trackers (Psycle in particular - I wonder if that still works?). I've been digging through all that all stuff and culled together a 4-track EP of the best bits: http://danielarena.bandcamp.com/ Lots of intricate, cut-up samples and acoustic guitar - kinda bouncy and weird. Really not sure how I got some of those sounds... Really keen for some feedback! Thanks. (is there a way to embed bandcamp tracks in the page here?)
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