Post Tagged with: "Katabatik"

3View :: Atlea, Scarford & Identity Theft (Katabatik)

Katabatik’s at it with some new industrial styled releases that should find a place on the dance floor as well as your favorite BDSM/dayglo green lit club. Atlea’s I is a mixture of industrial, synth pop and minimal techno. “At War” sounds a bit like vintage Proem with some vocoder thrown in plus a bit […]

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Nommo Ogo :: The Sea of Night (Katabatik)

This new Nommo Ogo incarnates a resolutely spacey, majestic and futuristic tribal musical direction. Leading representative musician of the contemporary tripped-out abstract synthedelic movement Michael Buchanan is back under the moniker of Nommo Ogo. After two recent and furiously eclectic-propulsive sci-fi electronic albums for Record Label Records and one self-released published this year, this new […]

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Five questions for RecordLabelRecords

RecordLabelRecords‘ own Robbie Martin (aka Fluorescent Grey) takes the Five questions spotlight to new levels with an in-depth historical overview of the label and its spawning. Central RLR theme’s generally hover around “layers of custom-cut sounds, derailed electronics, distorted audio warfare and a virtual smorgasbord of unique electro-acoustic fragments.” Igloo Magazine :: When did RecordLabelRecords […]

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V/A :: Kollektion Fall 2010 (Katabatik.org)

The Kollektion seems to break down into three movements: a panicked chase leads into a steady run, which, somehow, stumbles into a falling dream. Katabatik Records’ Fall Kollektion features eighteen widely varied artists.  It’s a somewhat intimidating work to review. Not only am I reviewing individual artists’ work, taken out of the contexts of their […]

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