Saturday, October 30, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

Yesterday Arrives Tomorrow - Lorne David Thomson

YouTube via ldtregent | October 29, 2010

"From my free net release "Ghost House" available for download at

LDT: Akai LPK25, Digitech DigiDelay, Hardwire Delay/Looper, Korg Kaossilator, Korg Kaossilator Pro, Korg Kaoss Pad 3, Korg Mini-Kaoss Pad, Korg Monotron (filter), Tapetron, Zoom MRS8"

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

TRON: LEGACY - Daft Punk's "Derezzed"

YouTube via ashvokk | October 26, 2010
Watch this one full screen at 1080p if you can.
"Here is a music video from the up coming movie TRON LEGACY, featuring original music by Daft Punk and a cameo of them. There is also a cameo of Michael Sheen in this clip looking like some crazy cool David Bowie from the Tron world.

TRON: LEGACY hits U.S. theaters on Dec. 17, 2010 in Disney Digital 3D™ and IMAX® 3D.

Get on the grid @

Follow TRON: LEGACY on Twitter:"

3 a.m. Underpass by db

YouTube via ManorRecords | October 08, 2010

"Track one from the cd 'analogue' by db. A rare solo release from a member of legendary analogue quartet Node. CD Available to buy here -"

Monday, October 25, 2010

Xeroid Entity & The Tangent Project / November 6

"One Thousand Pulses presents
Xeroid Entity & The Tangent Project / November 6

The members of xeroid entity are Howard Moscovitz, Bill Fox, and Greg Waltzer. Combined they have more than 70 years of experience making electronic music. They all program their own sounds, and refuse to be bound by conventional scales or rhythms. The parts are freely improvised, which allows for maximum expressiveness and interaction between group members while avoiding predictability. Much of it is ambient in nature, without a discernable beat. When the group does play rhythmically based music, it is often polyrhythmic in flavor. The results can be subtle and spacey , noisy without being harsh, dynamic yet continuous. xeroid entity is constantly exploring new musical territory by going beyond the barriers of standard conventions, classic Euro EM practitioners merging (Berlin) old school with (PA/New Jersey) new school.

The interlocking sonic wormholes of The Tangent Project, a duo of Harrison McKay (guitar) and Jeff Coulter (electronics), travel the same spaceways as the European masters as well, breaking bread with established traditions while simultaneously fomenting new frontiers. Dense sequencer patterns collide with slowly expansive chord clusters within the Project's vast vocabulary of sounds, exploiting the genre's broad history as it unveils new, contemporary ideas and avenues. Both The Tangent Project and Xeroid Entity vividly breathe life into the ghosts of Tangerine Dreamers past.


DATE OF PERFORMANCE: Saturday, November 6


$15 for advance/reserve seating
$18 at the door"

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Dentist - "Fortress"

Coacidence | October 24, 2010

"Directed by Joe LiTrenta (2010)"

Deep NJ House or some thing like that...

YouTube via vinyljunkie07 | October 22, 2010

"Giving you your daily bass bin work out...keepin it rollin'

A selection of Boom Tiss tracks all played live for you from the hardware dedicated to Jeremy from My Love Is Underground

(Vocal sample on first track is NOT final)"

via felmoe

Friday, October 22, 2010

Hideous Men - Tangled (Cool In The Pool / !K7)

YouTube via K7rec | September 28, 2010

Hideous Men's "Tangled" appears on the !K7 / Cool In The Pool collection Fuck Dance, Let's Art, which offers a survey of the next wave of American underground electronic music.

Hideous Men consists of Ryan McRyhew and Kristi Schaefer. With Ryan's background in analog synths and love of rap and experimental noise, (and his previous involvement in electronic-noise group, BDRMPPL) paired with Kristi's appreciation of riot grrl, hardcore punk and pop, Hideous Men make self-proclaimed "dance music for weirdos.""

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Cretinous Moral Fog

YouTube via MyAtomicShadow | October 20, 2010

"A short film featuring a piece from the next assortment of sonic oddity."

"I shot this video at a construction site last winter. It seemed to match up to one of my latest recordings perfectly. Field recordings were treated with PSP Nitro and manipulated in real time using a Kaos pad (KP3). There is also a track of Roland Gaia in there."

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Day 226 / Motor Music

Day 226 / Motor Music from Charlie Visnic on Vimeo.

"I decided to record my little DC motor before it gets mounted in it’s eventual home, my Harmonograph table.

I started by playing midi notes into my headphones and simultaneously recorded the tuning of the motor to a major scale. I got two octaves out of it.

Then I brought the material into final cut and started making a composition with it. You may recognize the tune, it’s from the first eight bars of my music-box composition on Day 191.

This was my creative thing for my creative thing-a-day blog at:"

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Stravinsky Petrushka - Tomita style - Paul Shillito

YouTube via paulshillitomusic | October 12, 2010
via the forum
"Igor Stravinsky's Petrushka done electronically ( or Classitronically as I like to call it) in an Isao Tomita style.

This is a selection of highlights from the full piece. The whole piece is over 22 minutes long but this gives you a good idea of the contents & sounds in 5 and a half mins.

If you are familair with Tomitas works then you will recognise that parts of it are similar in style and sound to that of his "Pictures at an Exhibition" which is what I was aiming for, though Petrushka is quite a different piece of music from the Mussorgsky work and the full version sounds more like that than the cut up version here.

This was adapted from the 3 part piano version with the Shrovetide fair and Charlatans booth also from a piano version added at the begining, so while it's not the absolute full orchestral version, its more than the normal 3 part piano one.

Petrushka is the story of 3 puppets that are brought to life by a magician in a travelling fair. Petrushka, the lead puppet falls in love with a female puppet but is eventually killed by his love rival (that is a very short and simple explanation).

The whole piece was done on hardware synths and effects processors with only a tiny fraction being samples which is just the choir parts. It took about 4 months to put together and will form part of a CD to be released in 2011 which will include the Rite of Spring also by Stravinsky.

The equipment used was a Analogue modular synth, Arturia Origin, Creamware Prodyssey and Pro 12, Roland V-Synth GT, Eventide Modfactor and Pitchfactor, EHX Cathedral, Digitech Timebender, Line 6 M13 stompbox modeller, EHX Small stone phaser, Cubase 5 running on a i7 PC with Windows 7 64bit.

The animations where taken from Winamp Milkdrop 2 plugin and recorded using FRAPS ( and I forget to move the mouse cusor in most of the screen grabs DOH!).

Hope you enjoy it, please rate, comment and subscribe :-)"

Sunday, October 10, 2010

sonicbrat - in and out of time

via sonicbrat on the forum:
"After a hiatus due to busy work schedule in theatre productions, I’m finally back. Here’s the latest release, which is a recording of an approximately 1 hour long improvisation on the acoustic piano and laptop with live looping (RC50), processing (max/msp + various effects), processed field recordings and some synthesis. This recording was originally an improvisation exercise for a contemporary dance performance “The Man In The Center” by T.H.E. Dance Company. However, the music was consequently not used for the actual performance. So here it is, self-released as a free download. Hope you guys will like it.

If you can't view flash, click HERE for the html download site."

Saturday, October 9, 2010

LDT Regent - Ghost House

"Now available for free download. Ghost House features over an hour of ambient soundscapes and electronic music recorded between March 2010 and September 2010."

Thursday, October 7, 2010

A Funneled Stone

A Funneled Stone

New modular synth album by stretta