Post Tagged with: "Badun"

Ben Milstein :: Frontire Mix

From the Pacific Northwest comes Ben Milstein with an exclusive Igloo Magazine mix that runs through a sonic maze filled with low-profile electro, glitch, ambient, brokenbeat, and downtempo excursions. Tracklist :: Ben Milstein :: Gau71** (Unreleased) Logreybeam :: Dokama (Saag, 2003) Timeblind :: Strategy Decay (Soot, 2006) Gasp :: Porter Goss (Buried In Time, 2010) […]

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Badun :: s.o.t.s. Respace (Schematic Music Co.)

s.o.t.s. Respace attempts to resign, revisit, re-appropriate, or leave unresolved the stuff we set aside for the taking, forming and forcing new connections and associations along the way, scavenging for and scattering the detritus of life, just an ordinary day. Ornamental, divorced almost entirely from purpose but nevertheless alive with intent, the modern-day remix is […]

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Badun :: Graffiti Cabbage (Schematic Music Company)

Blips and subtle bleeps tucked away behind fragmented electro and smoldering bass, Phoenecian landscapes of fog and rumbling drones are crumpled then unfolded throughout the proceedings. A true slice of tempered graffiti audio art, dribbling beats oscillate through organized polyrhythms for Badun‘s latest on Schematic Music Company. Not unlike their previous outing (s.o.t.s, Schematic / […]

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V/A :: Nourishment By Radio (Schematic Music Company)

Schematic consistently display leftfield permutations of exp-electronics by recycling known and unknown terrain for the ears (and eyes) to make sense of. Nourishment By Radio simply reveals these miscellaneous genre webs in a colorful sonic patchwork. The Floridians are at it again. Just when you thought the compilation influx might slow down, Schematic return to […]

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Badun :: s.o.t.s (Schematic / John Sparking)

As Badun boggles the ears with devolving escapades of modulated electro architecture, there’s a persistent experimental edge that keeps this project intact and engaging. Though s.o.t.s was released in 2012—a split release between Schematic and John Sparking—Badun emits a timeless electronic foray that doesn’t wear itself out. The persistent tangled sound design, fragmented clips and […]

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The Ebertbrothers :: Engine Eyes EP (Mindwaves Music)

The Ebertbrothers contain a flare of times gone by, however, they add a new slant to their craft of darkened electronics, bubbling melodies and full-throttle rhythms that it’s hard not to feel the nostalgia thanks to Mindwaves Music. Sometimes you just have to take a step back and reminisce about the early 00s where electronic”a” really […]

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V/A :: X/FlashBack Sampler Vol.5 (Chi)

Showcasing a varied palette of current sonic explorations in classic electronic and glitch-infused downtempo. [Release page] Celebrating 10 years of releases, Hungarian label Chi Recordings puts forth its latest anniversary EP; X/FlashBack Sampler, Vol. 5, a 4 track bundle showcasing a varied palette of current sonic explorations in classic electronic and glitch-infused downtempo. The opening […]

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Five questions for Rump Recordings

Jens Berents Christiansen (aka Rumpistol and Rump label operator), breaks down igloomag.com’s Five questions and unravels the history behind this Copenhagen-based musical imprint, its experimentally dubbed roots, visual-audio projection and forthcoming plans. Igloo Magazine :: When did Rump Recordings start up and what was your inspiration? Jens Berents Christiansen / Rump :: I founded Rump […]

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