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Brand new Chuter release out now for pay-what-you-want download.
Put together in two months or so. Dead proud of this one.
Really hope you enjoy it.
This is bound to be excellent.
Hey, I’m Adam, cheers for checking this out.
Amps Against Trend is a new DIY label I’m about to start.
To sum things up, it will be loud and there will be a lot of floppy disks involved.
The first release will be a floppy disk by football obsessed noise louts Ladstorm. Six powerviolence tracks in a minute and a half. More details on that pretty soon.
I’ll be doing most releases on 1.44MB floppy disks. Yea I’m a dick, whatever. Fuck mp3 downloads, just go get a floppy drive. There’s a bunch cheap enough on ebay. Saying that, I will be doing some cassettes and other formats too.
All updates will be posted here, and if you can spread the word/re-blog that would be awesome. Oh, and feel free to ask me stuff too.
Thanks and stay loud.
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Just released a new track about Loughborough Junction, in support of the 7 Bridges regeneration project.
Thanks and respect to Walter Reed, whose efforts are keeping the project very much alive.
More information about the project here:
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Vacuus - my static ambient/drone project - is to feature at Soundwaves Festival in Brighton on July 17th. It was selected as one of ten finalists in a competition launched by the festival, which called for compositions for headphones.
Exact details have yet to been released, but it looks as though the track will be played to the audience as one of the accompaniments to the festival’s silent screenings and dance pieces.
You can read more about the festival here.
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Because I love them. This one is for the Intronaut remix contest, and I reckon it might be the best remix I’ve done perhaps. Hope you like it.
Please check out this girl right here. One of my favourite voices for sure.
little little little hell.
RICHARD CHARTIER - TRANSPARENCY (PERFORMANCE)
Currently listening to this for the first time. Really, really engrossing. Chartier has sourced the entire frequency range capability of the Grand Tonometer (an instrument comprised of 670 tuning forks, spanning 4 octaves), and combines it with various other instruments for this piece. Low and high frequencies are utilised in dizzying sustained spells and sudden bursts, but the most compelling aspect of the piece is the overall sense of quiet and emptiness - the air feels rich in a static that could set the soundscape ablaze with a mere abrupt movement.
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