I’ve never checked out PC music, but I see the appeal in this! Sounds like a modern update on Happy Hardcore and Trance which, despite my penchant for extreme metal, I have always had a bit of a soft spot for - “low brow” music is perfectly mine in my book.
yeah it seems pretty slick & gloss on the surface though there is depth if you well, dig in deeper they r fosho worth it…and artists like Sophie are properly banging. Ive always loved pop music since i was a child and its still hugely influential aesthetically. Much respect to the big & small players.
One of my all time favorites. No one has blown my mind as much as Jon Hassell
circuit layout soundtrack
went back to this album this week and dove deep, still so rich and inspiring. thanks @glia
I missed this cassette when it first surfaced - do any of you nice people know where one might be found?
Finally got around to checking out my friend Devonne’s new beat album on Stones Throw. He gets so many cool textures!
what a beautiful track …
what a beautiful track…
Here’s another one then
I like how these floating melodies are created from "roughed"up texture…also the variation on the riff. Thanks for posting will look it up.
I recently bought a copy of it from a seller on discogs. It’s a good one! Otherwise, I don’t have much of a clue…
Cropped Out this weekend in Louisville = Le Fruit Vert, Peter Brötzmann, Sadat X, Shit and Shine, Attic Talent, Tashi Dorji/Tyler Damon, Circle X, Neil Hamburger, Matt Jencik, Tara Jane O’Neil and more
i’ve been going through a major Orbital revival. i kinda stopped listening to them at some point, skipped the last couple of albums, but going through the old tracks now i’m hearing, almost for the first time, just how effortlessly gorgeous they are.
Nice chat with david burraston aka NYZ on his fellowship, where he had an intense feild recording mentorship with Chris Watson in the UK + residencies at EMS sweden and Moog Soundlab and obviously hanging out with da man AFX messing about with odd klob for 2 weeks. Featuring lotsa cool recordings from this expedition.
pushing lightpipes into teletype plates
Listening to this through my laptop speakers while transcribing notes from last weeks lectures. Music this “simple” surprises me, in a good way. It has a very deliberate emptiness as well as immanence. Beautiful!