Wednesday, June 30, 2010


DICA by buriedintime
acid techno

"'DICA' is culled from [SiK] + ignatius hardware jam sessions. You may hear bits and pieces of 'Acid Offspring' (bit_004) since these jam sessions provided the sample fodder for those remixes. There is some straight forward acid here and also some gentle weirdness. The tracks are long because that's the way they felt they needed to be.

Hardware used: Roland tb-303, tr-606, tr-909, futureretro revolution and Ableton Live for realtime FX processing. All tracks were performed live, multi-tracked then edited for length and mixed.
Released by: Buried In Time

Release/catalogue number: bit 008
Release date: Jun 30, 2010"
"Some acid tracks put together by ignatius and [SiK]. Recorded live a few years ago and finally pulled off the hard drive and mixed/mastered for a free release on Buried In Time. Featuring FR-revolution, tb-303, tr-606, tr-909 and run through live at time of recording for some FX"

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Zn'shñ: "Butoh sweets"

"New CD by Zn'shñ: "Butoh sweets" (a full electronic soundtrack dedicated to Butoh founder Hijikata Tatsumi) is out on Odiolorgnette"

You can find posts featuring Zn'shñ on MATRIXSYNTH here.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

The Chemical Brothers - Interactive FURTHER audio/visual teaser

YouTube via parlophone | June 04, 2010 | 4:52

"Pre-order 'Further' iTunes LP - [link] Amazon [link].
Rest of the world -

An interactive YouTube exclusive showcasing clips from the astonishing new audio/visual album Further - 'available as iTunes LP in the UK and as iTunes Pass in the US'.

Select your visual by clicking the appropriate box and be taken to your chosen clip. To return to the menu screen at any time click the menu button in the top left hand corner of the screen.

Released on June 14th through Parlophone/Astralwerks.

Visuals by Flat Nose George:
Directed by Adam Smith & Marcus Lyall
Production Company Black Dog/RSA Films"

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

seventeen migs of spring - live in hateiva 2006

seventeen migs of spring - live in hateiva 2006 from zvukoprocessor on Vimeo.

"filmed in hateiva digital studio of ensemble of the 21st century [jaffa] by zhenia sveshinsky
tv installation by yair reshef"

gurfa: voice / real time voice processing, sampling and resampling via korg Kaoss Pad 2

k-76: Alesis Micron, Yamaha DX 200, Creamware Modular lll, Ableton Live, Behringer BCR2000

b-74: Korg ES-1, bowed metal "thing", DIY curcuit bent instrument called "screambox".

a bunch of Alesis ModFXs were used as well as analogue mixer, Lexicon Alex (or Reflex ?) and probably more that I can't remember now."

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

bitley™ AIN'T 96 YET

YouTube via bitleyTM — October 15, 2009 — "Third in this new series of remakes is 1994's "Ain't 96 Yet", which was a bit inspired by U96 and music like that. The track was originally intended to be released but things never really happened, so nowadays I release the music myself using TuneCore.

This new remix has a touch of house in it, I hope you'll like it!"

via bitleyTM in the comments of this post: "The original track was made with Atari, Cubase, DR660, TX81Z, K4, Bit 01 and more gizmos I can't remember :)"

UbuWeb - Extensive Electronic Sound Resource / Archive

You will find recordings by John Cage, Delia Derbyshire and more.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Fizzing Funksters

via Joe Fizz

"I have an album available for download that was created on hardware synths sequenced with an Atari 1040ste.

The first track is called 'wanna go for a ride in my moog?'

The synth artwork contains a tb303, a moog Prodigy and a Maestro Rhythm & Sound for Guitar all Fizzing inside a glass."

<a href="">Wanna go for a ride in my moog? by Fizzing Funksters</a>

Wednesday, June 16, 2010


YouTube via goomarat — April 27, 2009 — xvw3n4f7322xc
Tara Busch of Analogue Suicide

Robert Rich Live, San Jose, June-11-2010 "Nesting on Cliffsides"

YouTube via rrichamoeba — June 15, 2010 — "Robert Rich Live in San Jose CA, 11 June 2010, at CET Soto Theater, performing "Nesting on Cliffsides" followed by improvisation with MOTM analog modular synth, waterphone, etc. (from the album 'Bestiary'). More info at"
Click here for his tour dates.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010


"With Richard Lainhart (Guitar, Electronics, Film)
Alex Carpenter (Guitar, Laser, Live Video & Audio Delay Systems)
James Ross (Guitar, Live Audio Delay System)

Youth Group Gallery / 19 Hope St Basement, Brooklyn NY 11211
Saturday June 26th / 8:30pm / $7 suggested donation at door

RICHARD LAINHART is an award-winning composer, author, and filmmaker - a digital artisan who works with sonic and visual data. His compositions have been performed in the US, England, Sweden, Germany, Australia, and Japan, and recordings of his music have appeared on the Periodic Music, Vacant Lot, XI Records, Tobira Records, Electroshock, Infrequency, VICMOD, and ExOvo labels. As an active performer, Lainhart has appeared in public approximately 2500 times. Besides performing his own work, he has worked and performed with John Cage, David Tudor, Steve Reich, Phill Niblock, David Berhman, Rhys Chatham and Jordan Rudess, among many others. In 2008, he was commissioned by the Electronic Music Foundation to contribute a work to New York Soundscape. In 2009, he was one of 200 electric guitarists who performed in the U.S. premiere of Rhys Chatham's "A Crimson Grail" at Lincoln Center in New York City.

Lainhart's animations and short films have been shown at festivals in the US, the UK, Canada, Portugal, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, and Korea, and online at Souvenirs From Earth, ResFest, The New Venue, The Bitscreen, and Streaming Cinema 2.0. His film "A Haiku Setting" won awards in several categories at the 2002 International Festival of Cinema and Technology in Toronto. In 2009, he was awarded a Film & Media grant by the New York State Council on the Arts for "No Other Time", a full-length intermedia performance designed for a large reverberant space, combining live analog electronics with four-channel playback, and high-definition computer-animated film projection. In January 2010, he performed as a featured Live Media audio-visual artist at Netmage 2010 in Bologna, Italy. In July 2010, he will be a featured performer at Avantgarde Festival Schiphorst in Germany.

JAMES ROSS is a guitarist and composer living in Brooklyn, N.Y. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, he has studied guitar at the University of Pittsburgh and the Mannes College of Music in New York City. He is currently studying North Indian classical music and composition with La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela.

Recent performances as a composer and performer on the electric guitar, laptop and other instruments include sets at The Bell House; a performance with Kyle Bobby Dunn at Issue Project Room; at Goodbye Blue Monday with David Beardsley; providing live music for Katherine Liberovskaya and Ursula Scherrer’s OptoSonic Tea series at Diapason Gallery in Brooklyn; with video artist Alex Carpenter at The Tank in Manhattan; and at Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center as part of the guitar ensemble for Rhys Chatham’s “A Crimson Grail.”

ALEX CARPENTER is an Australian-born musician, video artist and researcher based in New York City. He has performed extensively as a soloist playing guitar, keyboard and electric zither through a self-designed multi-amp and delay network he calls the Live Audio Delay System, and has also independently produced and coordinated over twenty large-scale ensemble performance and multi-media events under the moniker Music of Transparent Means.

Alex's most recent performance activity has centered on his own Live Video Delay System, an extension of the audio system which employs multiple cameras and extreme color isolation to facilitate a unique looping and layering of live laser drawings. The system received its first test session at MELA Foundation, NYC, in September 2009, and continues to be seen in performance by New York audiences."

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Huba & Silica - Exit

Exit from Huba&Silica on Vimeo.

:: Exit EP ::
Killing Machine Records
Producido x Huba&Silica
Feat. Angry Chicks
Coproducido x Dynamostar & Piloy
Mezcla. Mario Miranda
Masterización. Simon Davey @ The Exchange London

:: Exit Video ::
Sabipluslanoire: Boreal/Sebastian Arburola y Sofía Rojas
feat. Pablo Solano & Adriana Patiño
Desarollo de concepto x Sabipluslanoire + PM + SL + H&S

EXIT Live Shots Here

Visualismo: Boreal
Foto: Pablo Murillo + Suzi Love

EXIT // Promo @ Paris

flickr by by hubasilica
Flyer/Pegatina @ Rue d Buci, Paris
Pegatinas by Boreal>La Noire>Swan.

Flyer/Pegatina @ Rue Jacob, Saint Germaine des pres, Paris
Pegatinas by Boreal>La Noire>Swan

On the synths used:
"We've just launched our new track and video. It's called "Exit" and, as usual, was made using the Moog Voyager and Native Instruments Battery, plus another couple of VSTs, all routed thru the AKAI MFC 42 Analog Filter."

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Negative Time Live @ Subculture

YouTube via Negativetimelive — June 01, 2010 — "Negative Time preforming live at Club Therapy, Providence RI, 5/15/10
100% Hardware Live PA gear used, Access Virus TI, Nord Rack2, Akai Z4, Jomox 888, MAM MB33 MKII, Yamaha 01V, Logic Pro for sequencing"

entire set for download on soundcloud:
Negative Time Live P.A. @ Subculture by Negative Time