Post Tagged with: "Randomform"

3View :: Asymmetrical Head, EXO_C, Kothyus (Bonding Tapes / Kvitnu / People Can Listen)

A three-pack review including the latest purveyors of experimental-electronic sound emanated from San Diego, California-based Bonding Tapes, Vienna, Austria-based Kvitnu, and Mogilev, Belarus-based People Can Listen imprints. Asymmetrical Head :: Information World Remixes EP (Bonding Tapes) Just a few years ago we described the original Information World EP—released on Bewegung, 2014—as “a well-balanced if not tranquil […]

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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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Huron :: The Other Side of Reality (The Remixes)

The Other Side of Reality (The Remixes) is a must have remix collection, one that combines Huron’s original post-industrial audible strands and re-configures them into what feels more like an extended Version 2.0. In 2013 we covered The Other Side of Reality (Raumklang) described as having “…Sharp edges, fluid rhythms, mechanical pulses, chiseled percussion and a darkened veil […]

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Randomform :: Furtherfield (Detroit Underground)

A baffling foray into otherworldly electronic distortion spanning an hours worth of bewildered experimentation. Sorin Paun, better known as Randomform (and a few other alias’) reveals Furtherfield for Detroit Underground, an ordered, determined, deep and dark exp-electro full length. Combining rhythmic, underground noise, some drama with aliens sounds, rotational movement and dramatic sweeps, Furtherfield can […]

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Datacrashrobot :: Inline Expansion EP (Bass Agenda)

Beats breaking, lasers beaming and noise bitten glimpse-melodies reveal themselves in dubby dark-knit matter. Datacrashrobot is an electro/experimental project of Sorin Paun that started at the beginning of 2008. Sorin has worked under many names and is a highly visual musician/artist that also goes under the name Randomform which recently released Furtherfield on Detroit Underground. […]

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TAPE :: Transmissions 3

It’s been far too long since the last Tape Transmission but this means there are heaps of excellent releases to catch up on. Boliden :: Meta (Chemical Tapes) Meta by Boliden Really nice reduced loopy techno—kind of a lo-fi The Field spun through a kaleidoscopic lucid dream dappled with summer evening sun. Donnacha Costello :: […]

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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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Datacrashrobot :: PHI X 174 EP (Pripyat)

Transmuted electro that buries itself in a mad scientists’ laboratory. Romania-based Sorin Paun has taken on a few alias’ over the years, venturing into tepid waters filled with broken electronics and mangled rhythms—Randomform and Wirewound and the more mechanical electro outfit Datacrashrobot. As the moniker suggests, data is deconstructed via robotic manipulations, however, electro sheets […]

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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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Flint Kids :: Day Nil EP (Abstrakt Reflections)

Featuring remixes by c0ma, Sgure, Randomform and VNDL—all with their own unique tangents on the title track and “Congealed”—Abstrakt Reflections segues into cohesively disjointed electronics that bends and contorts without any resistance. What comes to mind immediately is a mashing of electronic form and dysfunction on Flint Kids’ Day Nil EP for Abstrakt Reflections. Meant in a positive […]

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Datacrashrobot :: Disassembler (Battery Park Studio)

As Disassembler embarks on its direct mission of controlled electronics, there are textured layers of mechanical rhythms buried underneath sheets of lost signals. As Sorin Paun (aka Datacrashrobot) manipulates his sound-structures after taking on a few prolific alias’ over the years, Datacrashrobot is definitely on the more technical end of the spectrum. Ruptured electro that segues into […]

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Wirewound :: Wiretap EP (Stasis)

Stretched to the extreme, Wiretap paints a mind-altering snapshot of abandoned factories filled with rusted machinery, ancient punch-presses and ever shifting frequency boxes. [Soundcloud] Sorin Paun retains a few alias’ under his belt—Randomform and Datacrashrobot seem to be the more prolific outfits over the years—the latest being Wirewound which radiates a chemically infused robo-mechanical pulse […]

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Wirewound :: Wirewound EP (Acre)

Without venturing too far off the beaten path, Wirewound EP offers spiced electro creations and keeps this prolific Romanian producer busy with his highly energetic robotic assistants. Sorin Paun must have several robots assisting him with sound design. Separating between outfits has to be time consuming as his Randomform alias envelops obscure data-mining while the […]

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Five questions for High Grade Media

Atlanta-based High Grade Media takes a few moments to reply to igloomag.com’s Five questions. Learn more about this highly motivated record label, its beginnings and the directions they’ll take with sound design in 2012. Igloo Magazine :: When did High Grade Media start up and what was your inspiration? High Grade Media :: The love […]

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Randomform :: Vapr Core EP (BrainstormLab)

Vapr Core is technically flawless as it cracks circuit-boards in an already saturated field of experimentalism. There must be something in the Romanian air that allows this prolific musician to consistently craft exuberant soundtracks to C-3PO’s living quarters. Perhaps it’s the fact that Randomform‘s Vapr Core and Richard Devine‘s Risp EP’s—each composed of four highly-detailed […]

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DATACRASHROBOT :: Xylogic Technology Crash Mix

Sorin Paun, better known to the electronic music community as the split sonic devices of Datacrashrobot (definitive exp-electro) and Randomform (leftfield DSP contortions) offers up a seamless blend of his DCR moniker on Xylogic Technology Crash Mix. Dive into these gelatinous rhythms as they tear through electro with high-definition beats, bass and creative chaos. DOWNLOAD […]

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Randomform :: Enfeld (High Grade Media)

Displaying extraterrestrial diversions, microscopic attention to detail and oblique movements, a peculiar vision of future worlds unveils itself, if somewhat subliminally. Darkened by fractured beats and moody digital-signal-processing, Enfeld releases a swarm of insects flying over the radar of experimental electronics. The balance between technology and humanity always treads a fine line. Trying to capture […]

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Randomform :: “Enfeld Shell” video (High Grade Media)

“Enfeld Shell” video taken from forthcoming album Enfeld, out soon on High Grade Media. Randomform – Enfeld Shell from Charlie V. on Vimeo. Bucharest’s Sorin Paun (aka Randomform) is one of the most prolific electronic music agents to perform on the digital web scene recently. Known for intense releases and extremely moody radio mixes, you […]

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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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V/A :: Crazy Compilation #5 (Crazy Language)

Crazy Language are on the forefront of manifesting their unusually attractive sonic shapes that it’s no wonder artists like Yvat, Rec_Overflow, Randomform, AZ-Rotator, Lucidstatic (and many others) are more than willing to dive-in and become part of this thick interwoven fabric of sound and vision. Approximately two and a half hours are available as a […]

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