diffusion records Archive

  • CD, Diffusion Records, 2009 www.myspace.com/lowtechnicians Active since 1999, the Low Technicians project (consisting of core members Brad MacAllister and Brian Pearson) has a scant few releases to its name, the latest being “Riga”. MacAllister (also of CTRL) and Brian Pearson […]

    Low Technicians – Riga

    CD, Diffusion Records, 2009 www.myspace.com/lowtechnicians Active since 1999, the Low Technicians project (consisting of core members Brad MacAllister and Brian Pearson) has a scant few releases to its name, the latest being “Riga”. MacAllister (also of CTRL) and Brian Pearson […]

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  • CD, Diffusion Records, 2009 www.ctrlmusic.com The lads from CTRL celebrated their first decade in music by releasing their fifth full-length, a very promising album called “Lost in Static” which was preceded by the six-track single of the same name in […]

    CTRL – Lost In Static

    CD, Diffusion Records, 2009 www.ctrlmusic.com The lads from CTRL celebrated their first decade in music by releasing their fifth full-length, a very promising album called “Lost in Static” which was preceded by the six-track single of the same name in […]

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  • Iris have gone through a few permutations throughout their existence band-wise, but since 2003’s “Awakening” the line-up solidified to original member Reagan Jones and Andrew Sega. The music has also evolved in many ways but, at its core, Iris has […]

    Iris: an interview with Andrew Sega and Reagan Jones

    Iris have gone through a few permutations throughout their existence band-wise, but since 2003’s “Awakening” the line-up solidified to original member Reagan Jones and Andrew Sega. The music has also evolved in many ways but, at its core, Iris has […]

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  • “Inception: Fall 2001 Artist Roster: Alpha Conspiracy, CTRL, Iris, Low Technicians Releases: 11 Amount of money spent: Approximately $40,000+ USD Amount of money made: Luckily, more than that. Amount of little plastic discs produced: Confidential, but it’s a five-digit number […]

    Diffusion Records: an interview with Andrew Sega

    “Inception: Fall 2001 Artist Roster: Alpha Conspiracy, CTRL, Iris, Low Technicians Releases: 11 Amount of money spent: Approximately $40,000+ USD Amount of money made: Luckily, more than that. Amount of little plastic discs produced: Confidential, but it’s a five-digit number […]

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  • CD, Diffusion Records, 2005 www.kilowattsandvanek.com Recently re-released in re-mastered form by Diffusion Records, the debut album from the Belgian-American duo of Peter van Ewijk (vocals and guitar) and James Watts (personal computer) was entirely conceived over the Internet without the […]

    Kilowatts and Vanek – Rawq

    CD, Diffusion Records, 2005 www.kilowattsandvanek.com Recently re-released in re-mastered form by Diffusion Records, the debut album from the Belgian-American duo of Peter van Ewijk (vocals and guitar) and James Watts (personal computer) was entirely conceived over the Internet without the […]

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  • CD, Diffusion Records, 2004 www.ctrlmusic.com As the discrete hope of a new morning rises above a wide open landscape of irregular constructions, lost remains of imperialistic dreams, made with broken glass, steel and concrete held together by sadness and contemplation, […]

    CTRL – Losing the Image

    CD, Diffusion Records, 2004 www.ctrlmusic.com As the discrete hope of a new morning rises above a wide open landscape of irregular constructions, lost remains of imperialistic dreams, made with broken glass, steel and concrete held together by sadness and contemplation, […]

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  • CD, Diffusion Records, 2003 www.irismusic.com After the success of Iris’ debut album, “Disconnect”, there was much hype surrounding the coming second release by this Texan-based Synthpop duo. Unlike what so often happens in such situations, Iris delivered what was expected […]

    Iris – Awakening

    CD, Diffusion Records, 2003 www.irismusic.com After the success of Iris’ debut album, “Disconnect”, there was much hype surrounding the coming second release by this Texan-based Synthpop duo. Unlike what so often happens in such situations, Iris delivered what was expected […]

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