Monday, April 25, 2016
"This is a compilation of 32 bands, over 3 hours duration
in Style Dark Ambient, Expiremental, Neofolk, Cinematographic Ambient, Noise, Neoclassical, etc ..
Songs associated with H. R. Giger and his art and recorded
for this purpose by the bands.
Besides the download of the cover the download of the back cover and an insert with comments about H. R. Giger from the bands is provided."
1.Beyond Life - Murder
2.Anuskabinett - Macht & Ohnmacht
3.BSIS (Black Snow In Summer) - Doubtful
4.DeepDark - Aliens
5.Austras Laiwan - De Avibus Et Conchis
6.Celestial Coordinate System - Alien Landscapes
7.Matija Malatestinic - Behind
8.Oneirich - Giger's Spell
9.Vlimmer - Silberrevolution
10.Zatan - Power and Powerlessness
11. The Illusion Of Silence (TIOS) - The White Summer
12.The Null Spectre - Mnemonic Plague
13.Josef Nadek - Of Fairlec And Spines
14.Zumaia - Execution
15.St. Atom Heart - Das Haus von Hans Rudolf Giger
16.Phantasm Nocturnes - Astro Eunuchs
17.Filament - The Lost Cosmonaut
18.Northwind - Saturnus Luna
19.Lezet - Jodorowsky's Spice
20.Mean Flow - Raspy Howl
21.M.Nomized - Biomechanic Land
22.Farmacia - Oveja Negra
23.Res B - It All Happened In A Bay Of Panthalassa
24.Rauppwar - The Ritual
25.Nobodisoundz - Shore Waves
26.No Way Out - Biomecanique
27.Tiphareth - Metatron (The Voice of God)
28.ASHTORETH - Channeling Misantronics -The Homonymy
29.Buttfromagun - Acryl Auf Papier
30.Bonechurch - Giger City I
31.Grodock - Dephts
32.Dr. NoiseM - Ephedrin
Mastered and edited by "Do What Thou Wilt Records".
Released at 25 Apirl 2016
youtube presentation of the compilation:
Friday, April 22, 2016
VA - Droid-Tunes Sonic Sickness 2016
Yearly compilation album from Droid-Tunes. Thanks to the many artists who contributed this year! Means a lot and I won't forget it! -Mike
Track 4 & 5 originally released in 1999 as "Music To Listen To When You're Dead" on Jazzassin Records. Tracks 11, 17 & 22 from the Newgrounds Audio Portal.
Featured artists: Anus Presley, Oral vs Anal Murder, Foltergeist , Dr.NoiseM, Infinity of 6, Mean Flow, Mike D'Amato,Meat Blinder, Dirty Purity, Deep Thraot Choker, Ravemala Kohage, Power Skeleton, Circle of Shit, Untitled Climax, Emo Piss Pen, Transformer Sex, Infernal Empty, Lackthrow, Internal Empty, Zumaia, Hippy Laser Beams, Isufferable, Lezet, Saint De L Abime, Event Horizon, M.Nomized, SRVTR, THE BARE,Adarcah, Otaku Molester, Dissecting Men.
free download: https://archive.org/details/SonicSicknessComp
Published April 20, 2016
Topics Harsh noise, Experimental, Ambient, Drone, Avant-garde, Industrial, Electronic, Rock, Techno, Progressive, Other
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
The second volume in CUMTOGETHER PRODUCTIONS' WOOD compilation series.
A collection of great acoustic noise tracks by great artists from all over the globe.
1.Obscenité Morbide - Le son des cloches 05:17
2.Heidy Youko - Mambo acoustic 03:24
3.ZUMAIA - City323 04:28
4.Foltergeist - KD 22.528 01:00
5.Headcleaner - all work no play 01:18
6.Infinity Of 6 - Sunday Monday Saudade 03:45
7.Mean Flow - Wooden Rain 06:53
8.CUM - Acoustic Plastic 01 00:49
9.Lezet - Serbian Weddings (4th Dance) 03:00
10.SRVTR - TGWC1 01:00
11.Chunyang Yao - Murmur 04:09
12.THE BARE - Tournebois 08:26
13.FreeFlow - trk1 n 2+3 3-10-16 03:42
14.NAKED BLONDE - LIVE IN LONDON 01:54
15.Lackthrow - shitlikeme 01:22
16.Assèchement Guttural - 36 x Mmh 02:16
17.Dr. NoiseM - Street Wind 06:37
free download here:
released April 19, 2016
tags: experimental collaboration covers noise remixes tributes Belgium
Monday, April 11, 2016
SRVTR & LEZET -THE SPACE BEETWEEN- album coverart by Gildas Brugaro Gildas Brugaro aka SRVTR and I made a 60-minute album of dark ambient that you'll hopefully enjoy listening to. I'm really thrilled with what the organ, fel-pen and synth sounds we played ended up sounding like
download it here:
released April 10, 2016
tags: electronic ambient dark industrial noise techno France
all rights reserved
Sunday, April 10, 2016
After having done a split released through the wonderful YUCA TAPES (Puerto Rico), SRVTR & LEZET decided to make both a collaborative EP and LP of fresh new tracks.
The EP is in front of you, and the LP is coming in a few days.
the EP: https://srvtr.bandcamp.com/track/srvtr-lezet-the-bells
released April 3, 2016
tags: electronic ambient dark industrial noise techno France
all rights reserved
coverart by : Gildas Brugaro
"In 2013, gildas brugaro began to only mix his own tracks under the name SRVTR (servator) to keep on the observatör work. his palette goes to ambient/noise & industrial downbeat to a dark techno. many aka or collaborations (the messenger, bunker palace, dark engineer…)"(SRVTR's bandcamp)
Monday, March 21, 2016
"Meet Gildas Brugaro aka SRVTR: Painter, musician, graphic designer born in Saint-Malo, France. He along with Netlabel LEGEND and multi-disciplinary artist LEZET with upwards of 60+ albums out have made this beautiful SPLIT for Yuca Tapes. Each has made 1 track that will test your patience and your ability for DEEP Listening. Enjoy: SPLIT by SRVTR & LEZET! Bon Appétit!!" (Yuca Tapes)
1.SRVTR - The Wait 17:04
2.LEZET - Breathe In 20:42
coverart apinting by Gildas Brugaro
released March 21, 2016
Yuca Tapes -- 026 -- 2016.
Música Creativa Original.
tags: concrete electronica france latin lezet lo-fi puerto rico serbia yuca tapes. Arecibo
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
a very special 033 SURVEY by Claswwar Karaoke
This survey is different from the thirty-two which proceed it. For our 33rd survey, we decided to temporarily dispense with the usual open call - which has hitherto been a constant and defining feature of the Classwar Karaoke surveys since they began in May 2008. There was no special significance to 0033 itself; rather, it was felt, by Anthony and Jaan, that the format should be shaken up, with established routines - albeit productive ones - deliberately perturbed, augmented and re-imagined. Surveys 0034 and 0035, and perhaps beyond, will similarly be remodelled. In essence, we want to do what we have always sought to do - that is, create conditions for new creative collaborations and personal associations; thus reinvigorating one of the central and most precious and interesting aspects of the whole enterprise. So many people have met via these quarterly surveys; and we want to keep that potential alive and valid. Classwar Karaoke has always evolved, with attempts made constantly to keep things as dynamic as possible. We, meaning everyone involved, can claim some success in this. Not for nothing have we been patronised and supported both by artists with huge international reputations and by those who have been with us, survey upon survey, for many years - but, crucially, with supposed knowns and supposed unknowns always presented equally, arranged alphabetically, with no headline acts in bold and others in grey. Take us at our word. The name of this project, though playful, should be understood literally. Classwar Karaoke will never deviate from this ethos.
So, as a practical first foray into the desired shake-up, two projects were proposed, and the call for interested parties was made - with the explanation that no open call would follow for this survey. As ever, the response was fantastic and exciting. Project 1 would be comprised of a series of duos, trios and quartets, with personnel divined by chance procedures .... that is, names on bits of paper, screwed up into balls, and plucked out randomly. Once members were established, they were left to compose and interact as they liked in the usual way, simply having the 10 minutes-per-piece limitation and the deadline to contend with.
These were drawn out as follows:
QUARTET 1: Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, Geoff Leigh, Anthony Donovan and Pixyblink;
TRIO 1: Hopek Quirin, Mark Browne and Neal D Retke;
TRIO 2: Stefan Brand Stifter, Jaan Patterson and Paulo Chagas;
DUO 1: Siegfried Kärcher and John Bisset;
QUARTET 2: Arthur Henry Fork, Ton Haring, Craig S. Wilson and Anthony Osborne;
TRIO 3: Neil McIntee, Jay Decosta Peele and Lee Riley;
DUO 2: Peterson Ruiz and ND Dentico;
QUARTET 3: Jeff Potter, Susanne Hafenscher, Vincent Bergeron and Antonio de Braga;
TRIO 4: Chris Bywater, Juan Antonio Nieto and Hubert Heathertoes;
DUO 4: Wilhelm Matthies and Jared C. Balogh;
QUARTET 4: Richard Fontenoy, Carlos Ramirez, Igor Jovanovic and AG Davis;
TRIO 5: Kelly Dain Anderson, Tim Iserman and David Nadeau;
DUO 5: Paul Bunyan and Damien Olsen;
TRIO 6: Chris Silver T, Mike Fibes and Roger Stevens;
DUO 7: Patrizio Pica and Mauro Sambo;
DUO 8: Philip Lucking and Cabrini Green.
A further two duos, nominated as DUO 3 and DUO 6, respectively, did not result in material being submitted. Some groups divised names for themselves and titles for their pieces, others did not. In the latter case, a given duo, say, was credited as DUO 2, with it's piece being called 'Untitled'. In every case, full credit is given on the Classwar Karaoke blog and on the applicable Free Music Archive sidebar, as always.
As Project 2, a series of four so-called Linear Chains were also proposed, with members again divined by chance procedures, and similarly with the 10 minutes-per-piece limitation. The initial ambition was to host two such chains, each with ten members. In the event, interest went beyond that, and thirty-seven people volunteered, enough for four chains, albeit with the fourth being comprised of seven rather than ten participants. As things developed, for differing reasons, two members of different chains dropped out - leaving one chain of ten, two chains of nine and one chain of seven. The idea with this project was that the first person in a chain made material, passed it to the second for their additions and alterations, who then passed it to the next, and so on, until the last person finished the piece and submitted it. Given the limited time-frame, the numbers of steps involved and, in many cases, the unfamiliarity between members, this worked out exceptionally well. Some members set-up special 'secret' Facebook groups or message-threads, aiding admin and organisation, and in which wider discussions took place. In some cases, as with the duos/trios/quartets strand, group names and titles were decided upon; where they were not, the chain itself was merely given its designated number and the piece was, again, titled as 'Untitled'.
The chains were as follows: LINEAR CHAIN ONE: (1) Paulo Chagas (2) Richard Fontenoy (3) John Jasnoch (4) Stefan Brand Stifter (5) Antonio de Braga (6) Øystein Jørgensen (7) Anthony Donovan (8) Sebastien Branche (9) Hopek Quirin;
LINEAR CHAIN TWO: (1) Igor Jovanovic (2) Neal D Retke (3) Cabrini Green (4) Anthony Osborne (5) Susanne Hafenscher (6) Philip Lucking (7) Paul Bunyan (8) Jaan Patterson (9) Arthur Henry Fork (10) Jukka-Pekka Kervinen;
LINEAR CHAIN THREE: (1) Lee Riley (2) Neil McIntee (3) Peterson Ruiz (4) Ton Haring (5) Juan Antonio Nieto (6) Jeff Potter (7) Nick Endee Ocitned (8) Jay Decosta Peele (9) Mark Browne;
LINEAR CHAIN FOUR: (1) Marcin Tomczak (2) AG Davis (3) Chris Bywater (4) Jonny Martin (5) Siegfried Kärcher (6) Hubert Heathertoes (7) Jared C. Balogh
In addition, and intentionally within a few short days of the deadline itself, as a Project 3, a call was made for SOLO pieces.
Thanks to everyone who took part, indulging us in this experiment. Your faith in us is a lovely thing, and it was all lots of fun.
The result of this endeavour speaks for itself. The material is exceptional. Lend 0033 survey your ears.
It's all here:
Full list of participants:
Neal D Retke
Jared C. Balogh
Jean-Luc Hervé Berthelot
Jay Decosta Peele
Stefan Brand Stifter
Juan Antonio Nieto
Ana Cordeiro Reis
Antonio de Braga
Craig S Wilson
Arthur Henry Fork
Chris Silver T
Nick Endee Ocitned
Kelly Dain Anderson
Ten Machine(Igor Jovanovic,Neal D Retke,Cabrini Green,Anthony Osborne,Susanne Hafenscher,Philip Lucking,Paul Bunyan,Jaan Patterson,Arthur Henry Fork & Jukka-Pekka Kervinen) track:
Quartet 4 (Richard Fontenoy, Carlos Ramirez, Igor Jovanovic and AG Davis) track: