Post Tagged with: "Tapage"

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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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 :: Accretion (Tympanik Audio, 5-year Anniversary Compilation)

For fifteen dollars, the price of cappuccinos and pastry for two, you get half a gigabyte of high-quality MP3s, which amount to nearly four hours of music if you played them end to end. [Release page] The first thing you should know about Tympanik Audio’s massive 42-track-long compilation celebrating their five year anniversary is that […]

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V/A :: Fall Is A House Of Gold And Rain (VoxxoV)

Predominately ambient with vivid doses of current IDM fluctuations and downtempo structures are brought forward with a sense of careful balance and order. [Release page] VoxxoV springs to life among the plethora of like-minded imprints vying to make a ripple in the proverbial ocean of sound. The birthplace of the label is apparently based in France […]

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ACCESS TO ARASAKA :: Envoy (igloomag mix)

“Whether or not Access To Arasaka is trying to create soundtracks for extraterrestrial cafes, he’s certainly able to attract the attention of (us) earthlings by continually baffling the ears with high-definition audio sculpting.” Access To Arasaka offers several unreleased Tympanik Audio tracks for igloomag.com readers. Envoy Mix (tracklist) :: Dirk Geiger :: Twin Flame (Tapage […]

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Tapage :: Overgrown (Tympanik Audio)

Breaking through exp-electronics, each track holds its own while shedding its skin every couple of listens. Absorbing Tapage’s Overgrown requires an attentive ear as it continually registers new sounds on every spin. Peeling back texture after texture, each track bursts with plenty of effects, melodies, crackles, whirs and stutters to keep your brain in a […]

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V/A :: Emerging Organisms 4 (Tympanik Audio)

Emerging Organisms Vol 4 breaks the boundaries of previous entries in the series, reflecting both the increased diversity of the label’s output and the compounding production polish and compositional complexity that the contributing artists gain with each new release. [Release page] Another year, another array of emerging organisms appear on Tympanik Audio‘s annual compilation series. […]

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V/A :: When Light’s Drillin’ The Haze (Chroniques électroniques)

Throughout When Light’s Drillin’ The Haze is an ambient simmer that keeps its revolving doors in motion from start to end. Fragments of chiseled bass, broken synthesizers, deformed drum’n bass, downtempo melodies, microscopic rhythms, and recycled noise all tend to gravitate around this one central (ambient) theme. [Download] No. This is not a Tympanik Audio co-release, nor is it […]

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Millipede :: Powerless (Hymen)

Millipede gravitates towards a powerless vision of electronic fog and extracts from his cohorts the finest in audio sculpting amidst a difficult time during the creative process. [Purchase] Powerless, a collaboration project of like-minded musicians (including Caul, Brian Grover, Access To Arasaka, Candle Nine, Lucidstatic, Veil Of Secrecy, Autoclav1.1, Parca Pace and Tapage) casts a […]

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Pleq :: Sound Of Rebirth (Impulsive Art)

His stock-in-trade is a form of knowingly atmosphere-laden minimal electronica with a downtempo dynamic, but invariably this is spiked with something somehow off-kilter, malfunctioning, be it a clunk, a pop, or some other errorist artefact. [Purchase] Pleq has been active only since 2008, but prolific enough to have already accumulated a small pile, with releases […]

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