Post Tagged with: "Phylum Sinter"

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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V/A :: CL-X: Crazy 10 Years A/V Compilation (Crazy Language)

Focused on a varietal mix from just about every exp-electronic sub-genre, CL-X: Crazy 10 Years is certainly a welcomed closure to the year, bringing much needed horsepower to propel us into 2017. Here’s another one before we close the books on 2016. Music certainly is a crazy language, and the Berlin-based netlabel celebrates its 10th […]

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Phylum Sinter :: Colony Collapse Reorder (Detroit Underground)

A well conceived album managing to elicit broken voltaic sounds, detuned construction and an experimentally intact wandering from the past and present. Taking a trip into yesteryear Phylum Sinter (aka Detroit resident Chris Todd) has dabbled in experimental electronics for many years, foraging for lost sonic artifacts and revealing sculptured highlights from the past. Recently signed […]

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V/A :: Friendly Integration V2 (Detroit Underground)

A couple dozen tracks sees the forward thinking audio-art boutique that is Detroit Underground pushing ahead Volume 2 in the Friendly Integration series. A well-balanced display with a range of motion keeps DetUnd’s Friendly Integration V2 cross-pollinating fluid electrical mixtures and skewed sonic calibration. Perhaps best absorbed as broken data bits combining an abundance of phases, […]

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Phylum Sinter :: Escape Key (hopskotch recs)

Cross-pollinating Global Goon styled funk with a side of Aphex Twin entanglement, Phylum Sinter keeps a consistent pace throughout these glitched percussive extracts in a certain clip-hop charm. Christopher Todd, operating under the Phylum Sinter moniker, has detailed mechanical tangents of electronic music since 2001 and continues to baffle, bemuse and boggle the brain with […]

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Negadigit :: Negadigit EP (Self-Released)

 As this 5-piece extended player was culled from live studio sessions in Detroit, it is clear that Negadigit are enjoying the craft of disjointed electronics lathered with analogous transmissions. Negadigit is Christopher Todd (aka Phylum Sinter) and Dan Richert who recently connected samplers and synthesizers into a maze of bursting activity for their self-titled EP. […]

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Five questions for Enpeg

“The music label has become synonymous with technology, every year the old model becomes extinct, so continual reinvention of ourselves, as humble as our methods may be, is a necessity for our survival. To understand this lessens the possibility of failure.” Dustin Craig (of Enpeg) gives igloomag.com readers the ins & outs of running an […]

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Johnny Jitters :: Closure EP (Aud-Art)

Johnny Jitters and fellow cohorts take Closure into skewed directions—offering downtempo frequencies bridged across atmospheric rapids that are warm, sincere and heartfelt. Glitch has taken on its own lifeform—displaying slivers of exp-electronics, classical, bass, ambience and digital-to-analog manipulation just as time and creativity shifts the genre into new and interesting paths. Johnny Jitters and fellow […]

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Phylum Sinter :: Year End Sale (Red Cross Disaster Relief Efforts)

Phylum Sinter offers a year end sale (extended through the end of January) of releases and tracks with proceeds going to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Efforts. “The planet, when you get a good look at it, and see the bottom of the ocean, is one thing. Beyond nations and language, we are all human. […]

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