Cold Graey is a Russian label (or more precisely from Novosibirsk, Siberia) which work with extremely limited CDR edition releases (57 copies) of noise, dark ambient and experimental music. After [ … ]
Category: Group Reviews
Mobthrow / Çuta Kebab & Party / 2methylbulbe1ol
Mobthrow delivers once again that notorious, dark dubstep sound with “Pitch Black EP” while unpronounceable 2methylbulbe1ol’s offering is best categorized in that vein of IDM especially made to prickle the senses and Çuta Kebab & Party present a surprising mashup of tough and fast breakbeats with Turkish flavours.
Zavoloka / Plaster / Sturqen
Kvitnu is a standout Ukranian label run by Dmytro Fedorenko (Kotra) which started at the end of 2006 with the main purpose of spreading the electronic experimental output from the Ukraine through the support of emerging names in that scene. We chose to review three new EP’s from Kvitnu.
Assorted Performers – Drinking the Goat’s Blood + Electric Carpets
One compilation mainly focused on sound research and experimental music, with the second one offering more electronica-based (in the broadest sense of the term), danceable material. Truly a must have for anyone who is always searching for new music which veers away from the beaten track.
Francisco López / Z’ev
Agxivatein delivers with two releases from none other than Francisco López and Z’ev. Time to support our Greek friends and buy some of those releases, you know they’re worth it!
n.strahl.n & Mystified / Mystified / Fieberflug / Andreas Brandal
n.strahl.n & Mystified “Maschinenfugen” Cassette, Licht & Stahl, 2010 www.nstrahln.blogspot.com www.mystifiedmusic.com Before me – or at least hidden in the cassette-player – is a split release between projects from Gemany [ … ]
Hioctan / Ascii.Disko / Prospective / Absurd Minds
A grab-bag of last year’s dance-friendly EBM and electro with the latest releases by Hioctan, Ascii.Disko, Prospective and Absurd Minds.
Wyrm / Spiracle
Reviews of the the latest (but not the last) 7″ releases from Drone Records…
Bella Lune / Hyperbubble / The Sexbots
Three releases with niche appeal, from goth-pop to bubbly synthpop and punky lo-fi experimentalism.
Tom Badsekta – Best of 2010
The first podcast from me this year is my “Best of 2010” (download + tracklisting here) but the choices deserve some explanation, especially as I think there are a few [ … ]