Our good neighbour webzine Wounds Of The Earth presents Volume IV of their compilation series and, as usual, the bar is set to a pretty high standard of dark electronics.
Available through Bandcamp, these compilations feature work by a variety of international artists, ranging from the obscure to the better known, such as Lucidstatic and Pandora’s Black Book (obviously), Tapage, Human Error, Mangadrive, NXV, SE, Yura Yura, Access To Arasaka, Famine, Dirk Geiger, Iammynewt, Millipede, Displacer, Valvegod, Tokee and others.
From the Greek netlabel 33recordings: INTO PIECES compilation (33REC054) Available for free download from 33 Recordings 33 RECORDINGS’ goal thru it’s first release, which was the compilation a2N, was to [ … ]
Kinetik 4.0 did not fail to quench the thirst of synthetic music lovers traveling from far and wide. By the time it was over, many were already lamenting the end of the event and thinking ahead to the next Kinetik, as well as speculating on the possibility of other festivals forming.
A free compilation from the French audio-activist label/collective Audiotrauma, on the occasion of the 37th G8/G20 meeting in France.
The 2011 edition of the Fête de la Musique Electro-Industrielle! This year’s party in Paris will take place at Le Point Ephémere (200 Quai de Valmy, Paris | Google Maps) [ … ]
Remember 2001? When the world was still recovering from a post-turn of the millenium hangover, and a couple of towers were still standing in New York? Something else happened that year: a small, limited compilation called “Krach Test” saw the light of the day as the first Ad Noiseam release ever.
The nice people at Wrong Music also put up a music compilation to raise funds for the victims of the Sendai disaster: The situation in Japan is unbelievably desperate. Here [ … ]
This just in on our mailbox: Donate to the Red Cross to help support Japan. Get a free Prometheus Burning digital album. Since our first official release “Influenza” in 2004, [ … ]
This week we asked Wassim of the UK-based electronic arts collective The Centrifuge to recommend a few highlights from their back-catalog along with a few words. Not only did he send us a pretty comprehensive list but he went above and beyond the call of duty with descriptions and background of each release!