Post Tagged with: "Sense"

Touched Two :: Mega Cancer Benefit Compilation out November 28 (Touched Music)

What is particular about Touched Two is that so many artists came together to compose new material for the compilation. Certainly, while many other similar efforts often do the same, this compilation also showcases new and upcoming producers. It’s pretty usual for pop artists to band together in order to contribute to a cause; enter […]

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Sense :: The Dream (Psychonavigation)

If the central idea behind The Dream is to reflect the bizarre, the shifting tone, setting and content of the most fevered of actual dreams, then it succeeds. Last time we heard from Adam Raisbeck (aka Sense) it was on the archive-mining compilation album Selected Moments Volume 1, a gorgeous collection of tracks that spanned […]

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V/A :: Circuits Imprimés Vol. 03 (Pavillon36)

Pavillon36 successfully connects a complex electrical circuit via fine-tuned forms of glitch, post-industrial, minimalism and raw electronics. Like trying to grab a cluster of stars in a universe filled with millions upon millions—Circuits Imprimés Vol. 03 is a veritable mixture of stray electronics featuring the purveyors of forward-thinking experimental audio scientists. Each musician displays their […]

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V/A :: Moments Of Intertia (The Centrifuge)

The Centrifuge kick off their 5th birthday celebrations in style with Moments of Inertia—a superb free download featuring myriad artists and styles across its 17 tracks. [Release page] A host of acts have contributed original and engaging tracks with Mathew Collins opening things with a building vocal based oddity. Roel Funcken follows and cranks up […]

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Anklepants :: Amilia-Face-E-On EP (Detroit Underground)

Brisk in its venture through known and unknown spaces, the Amelia-Face-E-On EP is an exemplary collection of dubstep, bass, IDM and post-industrial chemicals all rolled into a solid 9-pack concoction for Detroit Underground. [Release page] Electrical downpours of dubstep, grit and disjointed bass falling from the machinery of Anklepants is released by the forward-thinking folks […]

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SYNCRATICA Mix by missaw of The Centrifuge

“Syncratica” is a mix compiled from tracks featured on The Centrifuge‘s 5th Anniversary Compilation, produced by missaw in London—April 2012. The Centrifuge :: Cutting edge live electronic and electro-acoustic music, audiovisual installations, music PR & consultancy and lecture / seminar sessions. Tracklist :: —Yellow Then Blue :: “Big Dipper” —Eraserhead :: “Cusp” —Rival Consoles :: […]

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Sense :: AXxil of Macial EP (Detroit Underground / Psychonavigation)

Without falling from the edges of slippery ice sheets, each percussive puncture is evenly paced amongst a myriad of leavened ambience gluing these sonic pictures together. There’s a distinctive warmth to experimental electronics, especially when emanating from Adam Raisbeck’s machinery. As subtle darkened strands hover over alien bleeps, sharp beats flicker and tear apart only […]

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Sense :: Selected Moments Volume 1 (Psychonavigation)

Raisbeck delivers track after track of meticulously produced and emotionally charged mood music of the highest calibre that both recalls but never imitates a myriad of musicians with intoxicating nostalgic touches. There were two albums released in 2011 that vividly and effortlessly spanned and embodied two discrete eras of modern electronic music, whilst retaining their […]

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Five questions for Neo Ouija

Martin Hirsch, current Neo Ouija label operator, takes some time to answer Five questions for igloomag.com. Learn more about the assent, descent and rebirth of this multifaceted imprint.  Igloo Magazine :: When did Neo Ouija start up and what was your inspiration? Neo Ouija (Martin) :: Originally, Lee Anthony Norris and his three alter egos Norken, Nacht Plank and Metamatics started […]

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Five questions for Detroit Underground

Sohail Azad (aka Kero and Detroit Underground mastermind) is at the forefront of entrepreneurial audio / visual design. Having cultivated precision experiments in electronics for over a decade with notable acts across the globe, Detroit Underground (and its affiliated subsidiaries including audio design, video, radio and just about any other creative outlet) remains at the […]

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V/A :: Mindfield (Psychonavigation)

Like passing through the past two-decades of ambient, techno, electronica, noise, IDM and any other possible sub-genre, Keith Downey (label boss) has inadvertently retraced the foundations of the scene and given it a fresh new face. Like an archeological discovery, ancient electrical artifacts are now presented with a 2011 spin, creating for a new trajectory […]

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Five questions for Psychonavigation

Igloo Magazine sat down with Keith Downey, label owner and operator of the now decade young Psychonavigation Records outfit to discuss, via hyperspace, a few key points regarding its start-up, progress and future. Catch a glimpse of Psychonavigation’s history and stay tuned for their latest collection of tracks compiled on the July 29th release of […]

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V/A :: Intelligent Toys (Sutemos, MP3)

Intelligent Toys was released on February 29th, a rare day which Sutemos gleefully  claimed as an appropriately special day for their first compilation — the  culmination of a long year’s work to bring their vision to fruition. In addition to snaring a number of unreleased tracks for this release, the fine folks at Sutemos commissioned […]

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Aurora :: Compilation (Merck Records)

The Aurora compilation is a departure from the Merck releases thus far. It is a compilation composed of ambient tracks created by released and unreleased producers alike. Most of whom are primarily known for their IDM output. The music has a lot of warmth to it and a very high melody/noise ratio (as you would […]

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