Post Tagged with: "Karsten Pflum"

V/A :: Compilation One (Unit Shifter)

Compilation One is a welcomed entrance back into the deep recesses of electronic musics past and finds a comfortable home by displaying a varied group of musicians to encompass and encourage the genre. Copenhagen based Unit Shifter looks to be primed as a new contributor to the ever growing abstract electronic music landscape. Similar to […]

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Karsten Pflum :: Sleepwald (Hymen)

A soundtrack for a trip to the Land of Nod as heaven, hell and a lot of purgatory by turns, Sleepwald is a series of dreams drawn in thick pastel crayons. A soundtrack for a trip to the Land of Nod as heaven, hell and a lot of purgatory by turns, Sleepwald is a series […]

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V/A :: Circuits Imprimés Vol. 03 (Pavillon36)

Pavillon36 successfully connects a complex electrical circuit via fine-tuned forms of glitch, post-industrial, minimalism and raw electronics. Like trying to grab a cluster of stars in a universe filled with millions upon millions—Circuits Imprimés Vol. 03 is a veritable mixture of stray electronics featuring the purveyors of forward-thinking experimental audio scientists. Each musician displays their […]

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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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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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Karsten Pflum :: No Noia My Love (Hymen)

The intermediate moods tucked between these warped low-end frequencies is perhaps Karsten Pflum’s most valued asset. Often a collection of therapeutic electronic debris, No Noia My Love takes Hymen into untapped directions full of spatial funk, corrugated rhythms and sliced melodies that stick to the cerebral cortex with pleasing turbulence. [Listen | Purchase] Taking a […]

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RUBRENE :: Glowing Overtones igloomag mix

Glowing Overtones is a snapshot of the current experimental-dubstep scene mixed as a continuous sheet of audible electricity. Chris Bolszo (aka DJ Rubrene) splices forty-three minutes of rhythm-infested bass lines, glitched-out melodies, ricocheting dub, and a plethora of digital manipulation tearing through low-riding overtones. Taking disjointed percussion to the limit and tying them together with […]

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Karsten Pflum :: Idhax (Rump)

(04.25.07) Karsten Pflum first came onto the electronica scene in 2003 with releases on the London based Worm Interface. After releases on Jenka Music, Pflum is back with a full length LP on Rump Recordings entitled Idhax. In comparison to his other outings, this latest album was quick in the making; Idhax was created over […]

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