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  1. WANNAMARCHI.CLUB SUMMER EXPO 2018 Out this Friday on Cassette + Digital WANNAMARCHI.CLUB presents SUMMER EXPO 2018, a 30 minute mixtape of forthcoming material from a multinational cabal of artists. With twenty tracks in as many styles, there is something here for everyone to dislike. This conglomeration of wannamarchi.club, Broken Britain Cassettes and NKT affiliates includes luminaries such as Coil collaborator and Alabama 3 member Orlando Harrison, ethnomusic legend Roberto Musci, a menagerie of emerging artists as well as renegade outsiders coaxed out of the shadows for their recording debuts. The reaches of this international network knows no bounds. August is a wicked month but this Summer shall burn forever! PRE-ORDER NOW: https://wannamarchi.bandcamp.com/album/summer-expo-2018 _
  2. Hi there, Thought it was a good idea to post here, as it's not a simple 'deck to deck' mix. I tried to bring something more special, dynamic, halfway from a 'synchronised audio collage' and a dj set. And I honestly think it will fit the interest of the Ae fans out there. Tracklist (or you'd try to guess all track appearances first ?) : http://pastebin.com/4S81DK4p Thanks, J
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  4. Been a long time since I've posted here, but I'm happy to be back. At the moment, I'm looking for a bit of help: A few weeks ago I heard what seemed, at first, to be an Internet rumor/ghost story about a kid in Detroit who documented his suicide on Instagram. Sadly enough, it turned out to be true, and I was surprised to find out that he was a young music producer. He had a Twitter account (https://twitter.com/djkillbill313), an Instagram account (http://www.pikore.com/djkillbill313), and at least one Soundcloud page (https://soundcloud.com/djkillbillprod), possibly two (https://soundcloud.com/djkillbill313). His name was Billy Watts, and he changed the header/description on his Instagram profile prior to his suicide to read "If you are wondering or even disappointed.... Just click the link below. Enjoy your life. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D86ArQDvWSY" The YouTube link brings you to the final album he created, which is an instrumental hip-hop piece entitled ".Nothing." I've listened to the beginning, and I like it a lot. I also mostly tend to listen to music when I'm taking walks outside, and so I'd really like to get a high quality copy of the album that I can stick into iTunes and transfer to my mp3 player. My hope was that he left a link for a download somewhere as well, but I haven't been able to find any. Basically, I'm hoping someone out there might be familiar with this young man and his work (his real name is Billy Watts), and have access to a high quality copy of the .Nothing. album - or maybe there's at least someone out there a bit more versed with hunting down .rar downloads, and can ensure that a .rar/zip of the album isn't actually a virus that some piece of crap stuck in there to try and take advantage of those familiar with the story. Barring those options, I'd also be interested in learning a way to copy the album directly from YouTube, in as high quality as possible. I've heard of and used some programs to copy a track or two in the past, but it's been awhile, and I'm hoping someone is familiar with an effective version. Anyway, that's the gist of the situation - any help is greatly appreciated. I'm also always into discussing and learning about new instrumental/instrumental hip-hop/electronic-type albums as well, so if this branches into a discussion involving similar types of music, I'd be happy as well (from what I've heard, the album reminds me a bit of some of DJ Signify's work - but still, I'm really interested in listening to the rest, closely).
  5. A previously undiscovered compilation tape made by warrant officer Ellen Louise Ripley. 2 hours of spaced out electronic ambience taken from the infamous Nostromo sessions. Soon to be remastered and released on Weyland-Yutani Recordings. Broadcast on FutureMusic.FM 5/10/15 https://www.mixcloud.com/TheDeadMexican/ripleys-mixtape/ Vangelis - Albedo 0.39 [Windham Hill] Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow - The Test Worked [invada Records] Vangelis - Blush Response [EMI] Drape - With a Thousand Thoughts [bandcamp] The Jaffa Kid - Esnee Cremee 2 [Recycled Plastics] Blanck Mass - Sub Serious [Rock Action Records] Aphex Twin - Match Sticks [Warp] Aether Pilot - Dwelling Space [bandcamp] Boards of Canada - Transmisiones Ferox [Warp] Gavin Miller - Fotograf (Part 1) [This Is It Forever] Biosphere - Phantasm [Apollo] Unkle - Blackout [GU Music] James Horner - Dark Discovery [That's Entertainment Records] The Gasman - Flash [Planet Mu] Autechre - Yeesland [Warp] Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow - ISO Hymn [invada Records] LFO - Forever [Warp] Chlorine - Frog Sweats [soundcloud] Konx Om Pax - At Home With Mum and Dad [Planet Mu] Prhizzm - I Miss you Already [benbecula] Errors - Early Nights [Rock Action Records] Orbital - Time Becomes [internal] Linpadual - Severn [bandcamp] Deepwarmth - Starting Point [Recycled Plastics] Dissolved - Faint Chamber Seven [bandcamp] Brian Eno - Prophecy Theme [Polydor] Delphic - Ephemera [Dangerbird Records] Northern Plastics - When The Red Mist Clears [Cytoplantastic Records] Air - Caramel Prisoner [Virgin] Northern Platics - Flutter [bandcamp] Queen - In The Death Cell (Love Theme Reprise) [EMI]
  6. The Hatcliffe House Tapes - Vol. 7 - Incidental Moments And Accelerated Fusion OUT NOW! https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/the-hatcliffe-house-tapes-vol-7-incidental-moments-and-accelerated-fusion In Volume 7 we tune into mysterious channels. Side A continues on from where Volume 6 left off, with New Wave vibes, squelching getting more intense as the side progresses. Where as Side B takes you on journey into Dream Pop and Chiptune culture, very much inpired by the late great band "Broadcast" who have been a massive inspiration on me.
  7. MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH... Eric Isaacson Part II Eric Isaacson, founder of Mississippi Records, presents a compilation that seeks to capture the magic of home recordings. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/research/memorabilia-eric-isaacson-collection/capsula PDF: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20140508/Memorabilia_eric_isaacson_partII_eng.pdf “This mix is all over the board. The theme is simply home recorded music, whether by the artist themselves or by field recordists who came over to visit. Some of the artists are very well known like Bo Diddley, who would work out his compositions at home on tape before hitting Chess studios to record, or Charlie Feathers who recorded at home all through his 40 year career using the same equipment... As a result you can’t tell the difference between a recording made in 1955 or 1985 when it comes to Charlie. Some of these artists are not very well known – like Scott Dunbar who never left the small town of Lake Mary, Louisiana. Some of the artists are stalwarts of the Mississippi label like Michael Hurley, Marisa Anderson and Abner Jay. The point of this mix is to show that the bloated magic sounds of the studio can take you pretty far in one direction... ain’t nothing wrong with that studio sound when its used right - like on Phil Spector’s genuinely psychotic wall of sound or George Martin’s bizarrely perfect rock on the Beatles Revolver album or stuff like that. I will grant that a fancy pants studio can achieve some magnificent things that a home studio never could. Conversely, home recording can achieve some amazing things that a studio never could no matter how hard it tried. Some things just can't be manufactured outside the home... “ Eric Isaacson
  8. https://soundcloud.com/tom_knapp/rewindanne-podcast-12-sublimaze-mixtape tracklist : docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1k…/edit?usp=sharing Авторы паблика о «современной и экстраординарной музыке» Rewind/Anne продолжают знакомить слушателей Follow Me с экспериментальной электроной сценой. В этом выпуске — специальный микс одного из основателей британского объединения ICASEA. Lowdans: «Подобно CYRK или Entr'acte, ICASEA является первоочередно объединением артистов с общими взглядами на музыку. Затем идут подкаст-серия и лейбл. Хотя микстейпы оставались доминирующими, ICASEA успевали издавать и альбомы — например, главные произведения Криса Дугласа под его альтернативным именем Scald Rougish. Более того, лейбл стал организатором массивной коллекции работ Benefit Compilation For Japan, на которой отметилось огромное количество признанных и новых экспериментальных музыкантов: от Autechre, Luke Vibert, Dj Stingray до Laurel Halo и Lee Gamble. Помимо этого выпускалось и множество цифровых изданий от участников объединения. Все бы шло к большему, но ICASEA на данный момент объявили перерыв. Один из трех основателей объединения, Том Кнэпп с удовольствием представил нам новый микстейп, который включает как неизданные работы артистов ICASEA, так и близкие по характеру композиции других музыкантов. Мы, в свою очередь, хотим выразить признание лейблу за тот период, в котором они успели оставить значительный след. И, конечно же, посмотрим, что будет дальше». Том Кнэпп, ICASEA: «Этот микс — нечто непривычное для меня. Сюда вошли неизданные работы артистов ICASEA и треки других музыкантов, отобранные исключительно на основании того, чем я сейчас наслаждаюсь. Это ощущение сегодняшнего дня. Для ICASEA будущее остается неопределенным, но, надеюсь, этот микс сможет передать, что независимо от дальнейшей судьбы лейбла мы будем продолжать работать вместе в той или иной форме, возможно, в некоторых еще неназванных новых проектах». ’sublimaze mix’ for rewind/anne podcast 2014 tracklist : docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1k…dB2cg0/edit#gid=0 Public authors of "modern and extraordinary music" Rewind / Anne continues to acquaint students with the Follow Me experimental electronic scene. In this issue - a special mix of one of the founders of the British Association ICASEA. Lowdans : "Like CYRK or Entr'acte, ICASEA is the primary association of artists with shared views on music. Then there are the podcast series and label. While mixtapes remained dominant, ICASEA time to publish and albums - such as major works by Chris Douglas under his alternative name Scald Rougish. Moreover, the label became the organizer of a massive collection of works Benefit Compilation For Japan, which was marked by a huge number of well known and new experimental musicians from Autechre, Luke Vibert, Dj Stingray to Laurel Halo and Lee Gamble. In addition many were produced and digital editions of association members. All would be gone for more, but at the moment ICASEA announced the break. One of the three founders of the association, Tom Knapp gladly presented us with a new mixtape, which includes unpublished work as artists ICASEA, and close by the nature of the composition of other musicians. We, in turn, wish to express our recognition of the label for the period in which they managed to leave a significant mark. And, of course, we'll see what happens next. " Tom Knapp, ICASEA : "This mix - something unusual for me. These include unpublished work ICASEA artists and tracks other musicians, selected solely on the basis of what I now enjoy. This feeling today. ICASEA for the future is uncertain, but hopefully, be able to pass this mix that regardless of the further fate of the label, we will continue to work together in one form or another, perhaps even in some unnamed new projects. "
  9. Anyone else listening to this? I'd rank it one of the best things I've heard this year. Mad 90's steez. I won't post a link but it's free and available online. [youtubehd]ziDnPmLE8pg[/youtubehd] [youtubehd]bOYJoSnLPFE[/youtubehd]
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