Post Tagged with: "The Irrational Media Society"

V/A :: Dimensional Ark (The Irrational Media Society)

Clips, clicks, and cuts slither about on Dimensional Ark, a myriad of electric pulses set to stun the ears in broken electro formation from the DIY electronic label based in Birmingham, UK. Clips, clicks, and cuts slither about on Dimensional Ark, a myriad of electric pulses set to stun the ears in broken electro formation […]

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VNDL :: Brelkal (The Irrational Media Society)

The musical identity guarantees a dynamic blend of influences for an original sound excursion through calmly floating, mysteriously thrilling soundscapes sustained by dynamic electro rhythmical patterns in a futuristic and enigmatic groovy mood. VNDL is a sound art and abstract minimal ambient project formed by the Montréal based electronic sound designer Philippe Vandal. After two […]

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V/A :: E.X.P.L.O.D.E. (The Irrational Media Society)

A subtle yet propulsive jarring of the senses which reinvigorates the experimental electronic music scene. If the title and cover image doesn’t depict the smorgasbord on offer, then by all means grab the digital download as the clear vinyl cut has already sold out—it was released in July 2014 so we’ve had a little time […]

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Defrag :: Lost Lands EP (The Irrational Media Society)

Defrag deploys melodic bells, whistles, subtle chants, 8-bit triggers, and broken amen breaks venturing into distracted and often frenetic lost lands. Not afraid to eradicate preconceived notions of fast paced glitch’n bass, Defrag (aka Jeff Dodson) deploys melodic bells, whistles, subtle chants, 8-bit triggers, and broken amen breaks venturing into distracted and often frenetic lost […]

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Defunkt Dialekt ‎:: Clockworks EP (The Irrational Media Society)

Ultimately, Clockworks is a definitive exp-electronic space lost in a void of crimped extrasensory chaos. Early-era Skam—including Gescom, Jega, Funkstörung et al—comes to mind while absorbing this limited slab of wax by Defunkt Dialekt released on The Irrational Media Society. Broken synths, machine drums, eerie tones, soundtrack tectonics and stripped melodies all simmer in glitch-hop infestation. […]

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