Post Tagged with: "M-Tronic"

Snowbeasts :: Rmx (M-Tronic)

Beautifully creepy, hypnotic, with brooding and tense atmospheres seconded by an avalanche of electronic grooves obtained by the machines. A few months after the publication of their innovative and futurist electronic downtempo (+ –), Snowbeasts duet (Robert Galbraith and Elizabeth Virosa) is back on the France’s M-Tronic imprint for an album exclusively made of remixes […]

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Mnemonic :: Moral (Halbsicht / M-tronic)

Delivering focused, dark and robust synthesizer mood-swings, Moral is a fine tuned effort. Dipping into the past with signature rhythms, Mnemonic redefines itself as a standalone force to be reckoned with. Mnemonic returns to Halbsicht, co-released with M-Tronic, and rightly so. Here we see further German electrical bits revamped in a swath of rhythmic, turbulent […]

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Snowbeasts :: + – (M-Tronic)

Haunted synth-experimental project, blending the dark ambient genre, ghostly minimalism and electronic body music with a fancy for lysergic-cosmic weirdness. Haunted synth-experimental project, blending the dark ambient genre, ghostly minimalism and electronic body music with a fancy for lysergic-cosmic weirdness. This new album is welcomed by Paris based label M-Tronic. After a more archetypical but […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2015

So here it is—from ambient drone to post-rock, jazz and modern classical, from IDM to experimental to post-digital microsound; hallucinatory electronics to experimental soundscapery, candy-color post-kosmische to alien noise, intergalactic techno to post-hardcore mayhem and broken bass music, these are igloomag’s picks for the year… Sherpas to your questing climbers 2015: a year of listening, […]

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Photophob :: And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember (M-Tronic)

And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember is a perfect midnight ride album that—to my ears—is best suited for those nocturnal roamings across landscapes of your choosing be they via car, train, plain, foot or a mouse and a keyboard. A foray into minimal dub and deep ambient territories. Photophob’s And All The Dreams You […]

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SYNDRÔM :: Distant Thoughts mix

Pavillon36 label-head Syndrôm delivers a cross-sectional mix of abstract electronics and manifests a hybrid of genres from some of the finest sonic sculptors this circular cosmic spot has to offer. ##. Artist :: Track (Label) 01. IJO :: Coral Sea (Sutemos) 02. Paradeigma :: Skripnula Polovitsa (The Studio Stereo) 03. Nonima :: Pi (Tres Catorce) 04. […]

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Displacer :: Foundation (Hymen)

A mixture of solids, liquids and opaque gases, each piece rattles effortlessly as a series of ingredients melt together in a fuzzy subatomic layer. Submerging ambience, rugged beats and smoldering bass, Foundation peals yet another layer of Displacer’s inspiring audio-visual skills. [Release page] I’ll step forward right now—a slight bias towards Michael Morton’s Displacer alias […]

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C.H. District :: Conclusion (Tympanik Audio/M-Tronic)

Always one to fuse scorched melodies with glitched electro-automation, C.H. District uses his tools with extreme precision, somehow camouflaging chaos with order. [US info page] Carved robo-industrial experiments gravitate around classic structures; Conclusion highlights the past and forges straight ahead and is a follow-up to the rhythmic acrobatics of Slides (2005). This is where time […]

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Support victims of Japan’s recent natural disasters

Six independent electronic music labels from across the globe form collective to support victims of Japan’s recent natural disasters. [Press-Release] Six experimental electronic music labels have partnered together to host a fund raising event to support disaster relief for those affected by the recent earthquake in Japan and tsunami throughout the Pacific. The magnitude 9.0 […]

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Top releases of twenty-ten

With this article, 151 releases and 25 honorable mentions are highlighted as being titles that garnered the extra spins in 2010. These musicians (and associated labels) offered an abundance of quality productions coming from all corners of the globe with an emphasis on releasing music that doesn’t always follow a defined path. [January 2011] Twenty-ten […]

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Wild Shores :: Illusion of Movement (M-Tronic)

“…this release favours lots of experimentation vocally with plenty of synth driven atmospherics – producing ambient hypnotic states while maintaining simplicity in structure…” [Listen | Purchase] Alien picturesque movement across alternative continents and worlds, Illusion of Movement can become an expanded journey, but does tend to lean on a more linear approach musically. Full of […]

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