Post Tagged with: "Mitoma"

V/A :: Hallucino Attics (Dissolved Re​-​Constructed 2001​-​2006) (Section 27)

Hallucino Attics displays a virtual cornucopia of audio delights in the form of 25-tracks that bend, twist, and contort freely. Perhaps the widest genre-bending lens in the experimental electronic arena, its aural construct and splendid reprieve from the norm makes for the quintessential musical reference point. Yet another massive undertaking, and one that came together by […]

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V/A :: Sectioned v6​.​0 (Section 27)

Yet another behemoth compilation that spotlights Planet Earth’s finest sonic engineers. Carving, along the way, a splendid cross-section encompassing exp-electronic music and its kaleidoscopic splinter fields. Where do we start with this one? Yet another behemoth compilation that spotlights Planet Earth’s finest sonic engineers. Carving, along the way, a splendid cross-section encompassing exp-electronic music and its kaleidoscopic splinter fields. […]

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Weldroid & Friends :: Silicate Recursions (Section 27)

Weldroid and friends surely pack an electronic punch here—with an abundance of remixes, it all blends into a cohesive, tangible and magnetic whole. Section 27 really deserves more attention. With all of the political riff-raff spread across Planet Earth lately, Section 27 continues to plant its own exp-electronic music seeds, the fruit of which has […]

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Randomform :: Refolded Fragments Vol. 1 Remixes (2010-2014) (Self-Released)

A maze of Sci-Fi mayhem and organized noise for any electronic music enthusiast. Applying random manipulated forms to notable exp-electronic musicians over the years, this collection seeks, scavenges and scatters itself across a myriad of shapes. Signature rhythmic glitches and odd twitches are manifested yet the original skeletal remains linger in the background. Distorted clicks […]

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V/A :: Soun Compilation 01 (Soun)

Attainable childhood and adult fantasies and a few good scares. Comes in a stern, minimalist black and white package. Soun Records is the little Slovakian label that could, a small but shiny locomotive pulling a string of lateral-thinking pop electronic musicians (both foreign and domestic) out of a quiet corner of central Europe all the […]

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Nonima :: Departure:RMX (Mitoma Industries)

Are you ready for a departure? A little darker than its original 4-track EP on Pripyat (2014)—the title track now reveals itself on this remix package as Nonima (aka Tam Farrens) invites a few colleagues to manipulate and dissect. Cedric Von Flugel transforms “Waratel” into a chaotic mechanized brew, all manner of noise, grit, rugged […]

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V/A :: Sectioned v4.0 (Section 27)

Roll up, roll up for a hard drive busting, ear drum exciting enormo-comp from Scottish based net label Section 27. With no less than 8-hours of music featuring 100 artists, just a scroll down that Bandcamp page should get your download finger twitching. Exploring the outer reaches of abstract electro, it’s an epic collection of artists known and […]

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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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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 / 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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ANODYNE :: Exclusive Studio Mix

Anodyne offers igloomag.com an exclusive mix packed with an abundance of current and classic forms of electro, bass, noise, glitch, electronics and all the creative meanderings of this skilled sonic manipulator. Taking in a plethora of genres and mashing them into one fluid abstract of contagious rhythms, Anodyne’s Studio Mix is a coherent and mind-baffling […]

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Nonima :: Exostatic EP (Mitoma Industries)

“Nonima is the pseudonym of Tam Ferrans, a 28 year old producer from the sunny climates of Scotland. His sound deviates between glitchy industrial techno workouts via ambient constructions and ever-morphing organisms. He also produces material as part of the Mitoma and Altered:Carbon projects.” [Release page] Exostatic represents the amalgamation of heavy-hitting post-industrial meets low-bass […]

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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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Datacrashrobot :: Double review (Crazy Language / Ghost Technology)

Its technical delivery and professional vision is offset with just the right amount of humanoid interaction that both releases become more of a harmonious listening experience rather than a mere battle between hardware and software processes. Crossing the proverbial wires binding older Phoenecia and Richard Devine styles, Datacrashrobot (Sorin Paun, also known as Randomform) presents […]

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