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    • By justanotheruser
      I would like to share with you, beautiful people, my very first album release: "ReconoɔǝЯ".
       
      The following is an attempt at creating a “palindromic” record, meaning that it can be listened to from both sides: “(..) an attempt to materialize the backs and forths of life (…) It is music without a starting corner, but it takes the idea of a corner and turns it into a circle. The idea of the beginning being repeated at the end and the end at the beginning…”.
       
      Entirely recorded using archaic recording devices, such as Sony TC250, Fostex X18, Walkmans, among them.
       
      Hope you guys enjoy it. Love you all ♥
       
      https://uisato.bandcamp.com/album/recono
    • By Dellalzade
      Hello guys!!
       
      We made an ambient-like album a while ago. Have a listen and give us feedback if you like. 
       
      Enjoy!!:
       
      www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-htfquqx1QhtWFLOpHVVmy8543D3gRqn
       
      You can also find it on iTunes, Spotify etc..
       
      Also links to our soundcloud and bandcamp:
       
      http://soundcloud.com/dellalzade-music
       
      http://dellalzade.bandcamp.com
       
      Thank you!!!
    • By Shockerbrown
      Three weeks ago i had a meeting with someone who’s the creative supervisor of a famous jingle production/audio branding company here in the Netherlands. He said he liked my music and gave me the advice to focus more on acoustic sounding music. After some research, i made this nature documentary-like soundtrack. What do you guys think?
       
      https://soundcloud.com/wibo-enter/mount-logan-1
       
       
    • By Uros
      From Wil-Ru:
       
      “Sing To Find Your Way Home” is the second full length album by Stockholm based producer Johan Eriksson-Degerlund under the his moniker Monolog X, it is also his debut release on WR. Over the past few years Monolog X has released a hand full of impressive digital EPs on various net labels around the globe and one full length album titled “The Shape Of X To Come” in 2012. In 2014 Monolog X put his first physical release, a Cassette EP titled “Seven Trumpets” on the excellent Colorado based label Occult Research. Sing To Find Your Way Home is somewhat of a sequel to The Shape Of X To Come and it proves to be quite an ambitious one at that. Monolog X is a true composer utilizing a variety of acoustic and electronic instruments to create his complex and highly emotive sound. Sing To Find Your Way Home is a true statement piece, covering a whole lot of varied musical terrain from electronic braindance/acid tunes to classical compositions and introspective ambient works. A truly dense listen that takes you through a dreamlike world of light and dark atmospheres. In many ways this album feels a human as it does android. Recommended for fans of early Warp acts (Plaid, Autechre and Aphex Twin etc…). Mastered by The Analog Botanist.
       
      Limited edition CD housed in a full color matte finished digipak CD case.
      Track listing:
      1. Sing To Find Your Way Home
      2. Back To The Sea
      3. Million Years
      4. A Powerful
      5. Angels Come To Me
      6. Glass X
      7. The Trumpet Calls
      8. Psalm X
      9. It Is Year Zero
      10. I’m Singing
       
      CD digipak available through Wil-Ru and digital from bandcamp.
    • By Uros
      New comp from wil-ru out now. Contains also a new track from Venetian Snares. Here's some info:
       
      ''or our 51st release, WR has joined forces with Synthrotek DIY electronics to bring you this 13 track compilation focusing on musicians working within the modular synth community. This compilation showcases the dynamic sound and versatility of the modular synthesizer, covering a wide variety of electronic terrain from electro pop, acid, noise, IDM, drone, krautrock, industrial, abstract experimentation and sound sculpture. Drawing from both WR artists (Koolmorf Widesen, The Swedish Movements and Cliff White) and other talented artists/producers from around the globe (Twin Braids, Tanuki House, Venetian Snares Rodent516 and more), this group of tracks is intended to draw attention to the strange world of modular music and the community of musicians working in this unusual format. Sponsored by Sythrotek "Classic Noise", the world's source for DIY audio electronics kits.''
       
      Tracklist:
      1. Twin Braids – Moments Like These
      2. Koolmorf Widesen – ZheRave
      3. The Swedish Movements – Flesh Canopy Bullet Riders
      4. Surachai – Form Thirty-Five
      5. Ralph Barton – Unlimitid Infinity
      6. Venetian Snares – Burst Carpenter
      7. Tanuki House – 3-D World Runner
      8. Sound Out Light – Composition For Beyond Rainbow Dome
      9. Cliff White – Slow Noise Day
      10. Rodent516 – Tomsoroma
      11. The Adytum – Seven Star Sails
      12. Eolian Mollisol – Nandodrone
      13. Jatun – The Shattered World
       
      CD version available on wil-ru site
       
      Digital lovers go to bandcamp
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