Post Tagged with: "Exillon"

Exillon :: Numbers (Katabatik)

Numbers is highly recommended for folks looking for something in either the techno, acid, industrial and ambient realms or perhaps for something that goes whump in the night. Numbers by Northern California-based Exillon (aka Jay Fields) pulls no punches by starting off straight into it with a solid ambient bass arpeggio. His deft manipulations of a little […]

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Detroit Underground :: DU-VHS App

A visual mega-dose of original creative content that explores a vast spectrum of electronic genres and spans nearly 20-years of renegade music. (Press Release) For the uninitiated, Detroit Underground has become a beacon for all things experimental electronic, and now, with DU-VHS, they’ve launched uninterrupted stream of music videos and artist live-sets from the continually […]

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DJ PIETROBOT :: Electronic Sound Spectrum Mix (June, 2013)

 Stepping into more dancefloor oriented bass and beat, this mix features a brief scope of electro, glitch, acid and heavy low-end. A brief electro mix by DJ Pietrobot live at Electronic Sound Spectrum—a collaborative monthly event hosted at Proof Bar (Santa Ana, CA)—every last Thursday of the month—with resident DJ’s Dennis Simms and DJ Rubrene. […]

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JUANPABLO :: igloomag mix (Frigio)

Frigio Records has enjoyed a productive 2013, two releases already set to wax and more on the horizon. Juanpablo, the Madrid based boss of Frigio, has taken some time off from behind the synths to get behind the decks for Igloo. I recently had the pleasure of seeing Juanpablo DJ in Spain’s capital, the Columbian […]

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Terminal 11 :: Double review (Hymen / Phthalo)

Michael Castaneda, late of Tempe, Arizona, drops a frenetic yet disciplined album entitled Self Exorcism on Hymen Records. Shortly after its release, an EP on Phthalo Records consisting of two extra tracks and remixes from the likes of Jason Forrest and Xanopticon surfaces on Soundcloud. Michael Castaneda (aka Terminal 11), late of Tempe, Arizona, drops a […]

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Five questions for Detroit Underground

Sohail Azad (aka Kero and Detroit Underground mastermind) is at the forefront of entrepreneurial audio / visual design. Having cultivated precision experiments in electronics for over a decade with notable acts across the globe, Detroit Underground (and its affiliated subsidiaries including audio design, video, radio and just about any other creative outlet) remains at the […]

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V/A :: Drinking the Goats Blood & Electric Carpets (Record Label Records)

With so much music to digest on these conjoined compilations, the central theme hovers around layers of custom-cut sounds, derailed electronics, distorted audio warfare and a virtual smorgasbord of unique electro-acoustic fragments. [Listen | Purchase] Founded in 1996 by then 15-year-old Robbie Martin (aka Flourescent Grey) as a predominately CDR label, Record Label Records‘ (RLR) […]

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Exillon :: Mean Rich Mud EP (Detroit Underground)

Embracing the sound of classic IDM, Exillon’s Jay Fields infuses this six track EP with healthy doses of acid, electro, and dubstep. Exillon’s Mean Rich Mud is one of the more refreshing electronic releases that have hit these ears as of late. Embracing the sound of classic IDM, Exillon’s Jay Fields infuses this six track […]

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Igloo Trax Vol.2 :: The Most Music (Igloo Magazine)

“…Igloo Trax Volume 2: The Most Music (a digital download release commemorating Igloo Magazine’s 10-year anniversary) can be described as a vivid cross-section through a multitude of sub-genre’s from experimental dub to cosmic drone, minimal techno-breaks to subdued electro, dub-noise to organic electronics and downbeat mechanical beauty; a smorgasbord of audio delight…” (Igloo Trax Bandcamp […]

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