Post Tagged with: "Raumklang"

Tapage :: Chrome Fragments (LoMechanik)

Despite its minimalist sound architecture Chrome Fragments is a tremendously imaginative and originally conceived album that will ravish fans of obscure dubstep, and evocative ambient soundscapes from the likes of Architect, Hecq, and Autechre. Tijs Ham is a sound designer and electronic music producer from the Netherlands. After a first experience in the breakcore/hardcore techno […]

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][uron :: Tracks 2008-2010 (Self-Released)

Tracks 2008-2010 is a great starting point for the Huron sound—a musical curriculum vitae that features relaxed, next-level electronic audio-works. From post-industrial slivers to dark-ambient realms, soundtrack-driven themes are elevated to reveal new layers of isolation. Steffen Schröder (better known as the prolific Huron) has been on my radar for several years. Continuing to cultivate futuristic […]

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Huron :: The Other Side of Reality (Raumklang)

Sharp edges, fluid rhythms, mechanical pulses, chiseled percussion and a darkened veil surround these dozen tracks that spark, reflect and ricochet in every direction. Huron (aka Steffen Schröder) yields other worldly electrical distortion, post-industrialism and atmospheric noise with audible particulate debris on his latest with Raumklang. In a void somewhere between Access To Arasaka and […]

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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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