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Friday, February 28, 2014

Priestess of the Goddess (ALRN044), by Rasplyn

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Cathode Ray by The Manitou

Frequencies of Existence - 5 Years of Alrealon Musique Part 2 - Free Download

Monday, February 24, 2014

KingLog - Puddle

Joyfully simple and introspective but pleasant noise track - MD

Indian Classical Meets Beatmaker = Melbourne based Shūnya

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Pas Musique - Abandoned Bird Egg

Friday, February 21, 2014

Staggered Laboratory's "Predictive Streaming," Random Music Streaming Plugin


Staggered Laboratories is a two man software development team who are something between software engineers and composers.  "We don't record music so much as render it" Kwame says.  "Using software that we wrote, we generate our sounds on a virtual machine and stream them directly to the web."  They are treading a unique path but one that has been explored by a few intrepid experimentalists before them.  If you're familiar with the history of experimental music, it is something between Brian Eno's concept of generative music, with their own form of controlled aleatory or chance composition (in fact the VST plugin they developed is called The Aleator), instituted in an elegant modern way that works with Reaper, the digital audio workstation.  I suppose if Brian Eno or John Cage were software engineers they would be developing plugins like this.  Experimental minded people will surely appreciate the thinking behind the project.  You can read more about their technology and their methods, as well as listen to a live stream on the Staggered Laboratories home page.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Review from Pitchfork, David First, Electronic Works 1976-1977 on Dais Records

 Re-release by David First on Dais records,

“My personal definition of rock and roll is people attempting to do something that's beyond their ability to do it well,” said David First in 2010. He was talking about his band the Notekillers, and the way their instrumental music both carves out lines and spills beyond them. I don’t know if First feels the same about composition or improvisation, two forms that he’s spent as much time exploring as rock'n'roll. But much of his music bears that kind of fearless ambition—a drive to, as he also said about the Notekillers, “do stuff that pushes us to our physical and mental limits...” -Marc Masters

 Taken from the Marc Masters album review on Pitchfork.com. Read the entire review here.

The Lost Line by Mortal Morning - An EP made entirely of train sounds !

Monday, February 17, 2014

First Winter New York by Din Strange Dresses

Sunday, February 16, 2014

"Park" from 6 Songs by MW Ensemble

Friday, February 14, 2014

One O'Clock Comm Class - Diamond Hymen and the Gold Pores EP

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Musca Vomitorium Ep. by Obasquiat (Free Download)

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

The Use - What's The Use? Pre-order Limited Edition

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

AEdB / Glassbox - Split

Monday, February 10, 2014

Revision- Subaqueous Remix Album - Producers from around the world