Post Tagged with: "Daddy Tank"

Valesmere :: 2xc_Castle (Daddy Tank)

2xc_Castle is soul-driven, acid-etched, machine music, one that encapsulates layers upon layers of subdued harmonics, and leaves only dust particles in its path. Valesmere is new to these ears, Daddy Tank, not so much. The UK imprint continues to breath new life into lesser-known acts, putting out releases when the time is just right. 2xc_Castle […]

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Dissolved :: Illuminant Shatter (Dissolvedamberrooms)

Illuminant Shatter, Dissolved’s third album for 2016, is yet another bustling percussive trove. An emblematic audible flurry and vibrant collage art piece. Dissolved, a Glasgow-born, Vancouver-based artist, has a prolific musical activity stream. Illuminant Shatter, his third album for 2016, is yet another bustling percussive trove. I tend to gravitate towards Dissolved’s penchant for Artificial Intelligence-era IDM. Soft […]

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6.9Hz :: Broken State (Daddy Tank)

Not entirely untraveled, Broken State gravitates towards the dark and gritty erratic beat, but also manages to evoke emotional sparks along the way. Moods shift on “The Crypt,” a tantalizing eerie foray into classical glich’n bass. “Seek & Destroy,” “They’re Like Ants” and “Infernal Raver” expands and contracts its ricocheting beats, as Photek-inspired rhythms reveal a […]

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Mikimo Sosumi :: Disco Kill Disco (Daddy Tank)

Extraterrestrial soundscapes for long term audio consumption. Broken IDM construction welded to faded disco rumblings. Voices come from afar, and yet it all wisps by in a throbbing percussive jolt that ricochets back and forth with a bewildering style. When there’s something special and unique to display, Daddy Tank is the label to spotlight. Still […]

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Dissolved :: Modern Mineralogy (Dissolvedamberrooms)

Perhaps better described as a story-line featuring out of this world scenic detours, Dissolved carves a theme of majestic magnitude, IDM at its best, basslines at full power. Another engaged return to Dissolved‘s sonic space is here in the form of a 9-track musical manifest titled Modern Mineralogy. We’ve covered Paul Daniels’ work over the years […]

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Dissolved :: Temporal Breathing (Self-Released)

Bits and bytes tethered into abstract yet wondrous data streams; Temporal Breathing is laced with memorable audible fractures as dark and light hues pepper the landscape. A thick soup over the burner, Dissolved (aka Paul Daniels, a Glasgow-born & Vancouver-transplant) returns with his self-released 15-track album packed with further infused melodic ingredients. Early-era Skam artists Quinolone […]

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Dissolved :: Paradox Hues (Self-Released)

A wondrous escape into dissolved electronics, off-kilter transformations and creative data bursts that ricochet with all range of delicate yet complex color. Dissolved (aka Paul Daniels) revealed his latest as a self-released album in March 2014. Known for creating memorable, organized sonic blasts, Dissolved always maintains a central theme—that of swirling nostalgic frequencies buried in […]

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Mitoma :: Iso:Forms (Brainstormlab)

A collection of a dozen interplanetary electronics that range from hazy ambient sunbursts to definitive technoid slivers. Just in time for the cold, brisk Winter weather to roll in, Mitoma unveils Iso:Forms—a collection of a dozen interplanetary electronics that range from hazy ambient sunbursts to definitive technoid slivers. Textural landscapes, abrasive sandstorms and mechanical noises […]

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Nonima & Dissolved :: Macro Flinching (Section 27)

Where Nonima takes a more mechanized trajectory, Dissolved revolves around cyclic melodic loops and contagious percussive grittiness. Both combine forces seamlessly between each track as broken basslines and classic-era Warp/Toytronic manifests pierce through the haze. A split release by two very talented craftsmen of celestial electronic rainstorms has merged (again) for Macro Flinching. Where Nonima […]

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Mitoma :: Satallite Hive:RMX (Section 27)

A product of assembled and reassembled electronics that slices through thick robotic rhythms, Mitoma sets the groundwork for inspired creative buzz and RMX reaffirms its sonic trajectory. Mitoma invites a few global friends to reinterpret Satellite Hive—their 2012 audio escape with Daddy Tank—which continues to serve up fresh electrical manifests. A dozen tracks are on […]

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Dissolved :: Surge of the Lucid (Daddy Tank)

Fractured harmonies and ambient particles coalesce into fragments as you’ll likely find yourself hypnotized by Surge of the Lucid‘s unconscious weaving of light and dark. Dissolved (aka Paul Daniels) sculpts his latest body of work for Daddy Tank Recordings, a masterpiece of melodic electronics titled Surge of the Lucid. While name-dropping might be an easy way […]

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Dissolved / Nonima :: Foil Splinters (Section 27 / Mitoma Industries)

Where yesteryear’s template for articulated and semi-emotive electronics has been emulated and reconstructed to great lengths, Foil Splinters is a welcomed retreat. Not necessarily reflecting on the architecture of sound, but rather illustrating a new twist in the fabric of industrialism, both artists have established a logical progression that merits repeat listening. [Release page] Dissolved and Nonima […]

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Twiggy And The K-Mesons :: Technique (uvg212 / Daddy Tank)

Tethered to loose wires dangling from analog machinery, Technique is an unusual listening experience. Broken synthesizers, knobs and sliders cascade their audio interruptions in the form of well-oiled love stories. [Release page] We almost missed out on Technique—originally released on uvg212 (in association with Daddy Tank) mid-2011. Somehow the disc got shuffled in a stack […]

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Suck Susan :: No Head In The Helmet (UVG212 / Daddy Tank)

Sliced into fragments of minutes, Suck Susan manages to somehow elaborate on form and function, offering a maze of definitive, decomposed fractures that yield a smattering of processed vocals, samples, found sounds, bass and heavy beat workings. [Release page] Suck Susan is an interesting project, to say the least. Had imprints like Skam, Merck and […]

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Mitoma :: Satellite Hive (Daddy Tank)

Letting this one unfold its rugged charm and subliminal forces may just be the link between post-industrial and raw electronic data blasting. The second album from this Scottish duo sees them turning off the lights and casting shadows on industrialized bass-electronics. With plenty of albums to sift through these days, it’s a welcome treat having […]

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