Post Tagged with: "XZICD"

V/A :: Hallucino Attics (Dissolved Re​-​Constructed 2001​-​2006) (Section 27)

Hallucino Attics displays a virtual cornucopia of audio delights in the form of 25-tracks that bend, twist, and contort freely. Perhaps the widest genre-bending lens in the experimental electronic arena, its aural construct and splendid reprieve from the norm makes for the quintessential musical reference point. Yet another massive undertaking, and one that came together by […]

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JFrank :: Micro Life Span EP (Kaer’Uiks)

Micro Life Span contains a myriad of tranquilized exp-electronic decay, some delivered in more upbeat transmissions, while others into infinite leftfield variations. IDM, breaks, electro, abstract and entangled noise—JFrank manipulates these genres with finesse and control. Julian Frank (aka JFrank) isn’t new to the scene, he’s been audio sculpting since 1998, happens to run Brainstormlab, […]

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In Rotation :: Multi-view (June 2017)

In rotation for the past few weeks, this multi-view reveals the latest sonic landscape from five talented musicians. Plenty of brittle, glitch, abstract, noisy, mechanical and bass-infused sounds with releases by Fizzarum, LODSB, Mikroben Krieg, Room Of Wires, and Xzicd. Fizzarum :: Frisson (Ant-Zen) It’s hard to believe, but Dmitry Dubov and Albert Rasyulis’s Fizzarum project […]

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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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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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Five questions for Concrete Plastic

Concrete Plastic formed on 06/06/06 and was the brainchild of Steve Hyland who had previously founded and co-run Ai Records. With a love of electronic music ranging from acid house and hardcore through techno and electronica, CP was an outlet for the diverse musical, and as importantly design, influences held dear. Igloo Magazine :: When […]

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Enabl.ed :: The Perfect Provider EP (Concrete Plastic)

Although each piece has magnetized layers of digital flux tied to fractured melodic hues, the result is an over-saturated mixture of data-processed beatwork and a mirage of unassuming beauty rattling the soil it stands on. [Listen] The Perfect Provider, a remix EP hand-picked by Jimmy Batista (aka Enabl.ed), highlights skittering electronics and severely disjointed melodies, […]

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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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