posted by AIC
A recent contribution to Arne Weinberg’s intriguing podcast series.
1. The Clouds Of Neptune – Tau Sagittari
2. What Matters – Rude 66
3. Hinterweltler – Federico Leocata
4. Cure – Joey Beltram
5. Die Reisen – Visonia et Dopplereffekt
6. And When The Sky Was Opened – Antigone
7. Untitled – Adel Akram
8. D-010 – Stig Inge
9. Blood Ritual – Shemale
10. Amorphous Form – Fancy & Spook
11. Odeon Columns – Phantom Love
12. Comme Tout Embué, Tout Danse – Benjamin Lew
13. Hatchet In The Teeth – Xander Harris
14. Satellite Swarm – Hadamard
15. Gläserne Jugend – Frieder Butzmann
16. Mabel Mimics – Hiele
17. Untitled – Anonymous Artist
posted by Joel
Over 3 years have past since the Brooklyn based artist .thejass. last featured on the site with what he called “Murdered Out Techno”. This remains a truly unique, almost otherworldly mix. So we were very happy when .thejass. reconnected late last year with news of a second volume which we present to you now.
“Murdered Out Techno Vol.2” a .thejass. exclusive mix for Slabs Of The Tabernacle
Murdered Out Techno is about as far away from electronic dance music as you can get before it stops being dance music. Murdered Out Techno Vol. 1 was like hearing techno music in a dark alley outside of a dance club; “Murdered Out Techno Vol.2” brings the heavy layers of doom metal, drone, and dark ambient samples into the DJ booth – the matte blacked out repetitive four to the floor kick drum has increased in pitch and menacing monochromatic tones are sustained long enough to induct any shaman into a meditative blackout. – .thejass.
Attila Csihar vs. Peter Van Hoesen vs. Sunn O))) vs. Milton Bradley vs. Alberich vs. Plastikman vs. Tobias vs. Rrose vs. Chevel vs. Donor vs. Phurpa vs. Hospital Block vs. Gregg Kowalsky vs. Perc vs. Eleh vs. Lakker vs. CM Von Hausswolff vs. Drumcell vs. The Skull Defects vs. Mondkopf vs. .thejass. vs. Kevin Drumm vs. Mike Parker vs. Emptyset vs. Transversible Wormhole vs. Terence Fixmer vs. Delusions vs. Ancient Methods vs. Vozrozhdeniya vs. Phillip Glass vs. Heiko Laux vs. Alexander Lukat vs. D. Carbone vs. Steve Hauschildt vs. Shifted vs. Lustmord vs. Tommy Four Seven
posted by AIC
Offbeat @ La Cheetah
Doors 11 – Free/£6
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“The first in a series of occasional events occurring at irregular intervals in isolated locations. Concentrating on live electronic music, DJ sets and visual performance.
For the first event Brain Machine are extremely excited to have secured a live set from the recently unearthed mysterious electro/techno outfit ‘Photodementia’
Photodementia is the devious offspring of Canadian, Victor Beaudet, one-time collaborator with Richard Davis of Cybertron, and American, Bernard Davies. Evoking comparisons with the legendary production projects of Drexciya and Dopplereffekt, as well as Kraftwerk and AFX, Photodementia’s music is mind-altering material, ear worming electro dynamism that realigns the elements of the brain like a true listening experience should. Expect cosmic electro futurism in huge proportions.
Oxford’s Diffuse will be treating us to live ambient textures and drones courtesy of his self constructed Wiard modular synthesizer. Hiding behind a spaghetti junction of patch cables, Diffuse pushes out beautiful, thought provoking, body music.
Brain Machine has also managed to enlist the DJ skills of Andrew Ingram of legendary Glasgow club night ‘Slabs of the Tabernacle’ and more recently ‘Tabernacle Records’
Andrew is a well respected, versatile DJ with a wealth of knowledge and an admirably honest way of pushing the music he loves and the projects he’s involved in.
Acting under the Brain Machine banner, local DJ Rick Nicholls will play alongside Manchester acid house and techno legend Johnny Abstract. Both of whom will be expressing their fascination with the darker, weirder side of techno and electro.
The music on the night will be backed up with visual performance.”
Line up :
VJ – tba
Islington Mill, James Street, Salford, M3 5HW
Doors 10pm – 6am
Tickets available in Piccadilly Records and Eastern Bloc, Manchester city centre
Also available online at Resident Advisor
posted by AIC
Our second mix from G String; deep, dark burners.