Empusae Archive

  • Though short, this is a great collaboration as a whole, with top-notch production and sound design - as it stands, it feels like an extended EP. Definitely a must for fans of either act; it’s not a typical Ant-Zen release, but if you like the more downtempo stuff they release (Zero Degree, T’zolkin) then definitely give this a listen.

    Empusae & Shinkiro – Organic.Aural.Ornaments

    Though short, this is a great collaboration as a whole, with top-notch production and sound design - as it stands, it feels like an extended EP. Definitely a must for fans of either act; it’s not a typical Ant-Zen release, but if you like the more downtempo stuff they release (Zero Degree, T’zolkin) then definitely give this a listen.

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  • A showcase of electronic talent from the Lowlands (that's Belgium and the Netherlands for the geographically-challenged), curated by Bauke van der Wal of the [law-rah] collective between April 2010 and February 2011.

    Various Artists – You Are Here: a Compilation of Lowlands Electronics

    A showcase of electronic talent from the Lowlands (that's Belgium and the Netherlands for the geographically-challenged), curated by Bauke van der Wal of the [law-rah] collective between April 2010 and February 2011.

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  • CD, Hands Productions, 2005 www.empusae.com “Error 404: Metaphorical Loss”, the second full-length release from Belgian act Empusae, this time from Hands Productions, is a really, really bad thing to happen to anyone. Seriously, it’s been a long while since I […]

    Empusae – Error 404: Metaphorical Loss

    CD, Hands Productions, 2005 www.empusae.com “Error 404: Metaphorical Loss”, the second full-length release from Belgian act Empusae, this time from Hands Productions, is a really, really bad thing to happen to anyone. Seriously, it’s been a long while since I […]

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  • “The Maya believed that each day of the Tzol’kin had a character that influenced events. The Maya had a shaman-priest, whose name meant day keeper, that read the Tzol’kin to predict the future. When a child was born, the day […]

    The Sacred Calendar: an interview with Flint Glass and Empusae

    “The Maya believed that each day of the Tzol’kin had a character that influenced events. The Maya had a shaman-priest, whose name meant day keeper, that read the Tzol’kin to predict the future. When a child was born, the day […]

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