Matt Brock has put out this nice retro-futuristic video, Motion, ‘electronic listening music for the eyes’, details below:
“Warpvision presents an Artificial Intelligence video – (Motion) – electronic listening music for the eyes”
Video by David Slade and Phil Wolstenholme: (Nanotechnics.1); (Mirage); (Corpus Porpoise Posthumous Non Polhemus); (Lifespan); (Sim)(biotics).
Audio: Scanner – Untitled; Link – Arcadian (Global Communication Remix); Beaumont Hannant – Utuba; Polygon Window – Polygon Window; Richard H. Kirk – Reality Net; Speedy J – Symmetry; Mark Franklin – Release To The System (Beaumont Hannant Remix); Autechre – Basscadet (Bcdtmx).
© & ℗ 1994 Warpvision
Nils Erikson with the single “Winner”
Taken from the album “The Prophet & The Piano”
Release: June 10, 2013
Taken from the album “The Prophet & The Piano”
© 2013 Del Sol Recordings
The official video to the ex machina track “no one” out of the album “no one” – www.exmachinaproject.com
hear the entire album right here:
Cauldron born! Another dirge disco relic of the 80′s risen from it’s grave to do what it does best in the hell of the living. Juicy analogue filter mods on a retro 80′s machine. Even if the glitch switches weren’t fitted it would still sound good. The filter/delay combination i favour works nicely with drum machines and the tr505 is a fine example.
Upon completion the psu pcb had a few free terminals left so i decided to liven up under the front panel with a series of leds that shift through the RGB spectrum. So i guess as well as a nice drum machine it’s also a moody lamp in a dark place for when you just want to lay back and and drift for a while.
Spinning of this week with some new additions from Sinine, Vomito Negro and Ministry, enjoy
Free song download: http://www.sinine.org
Buy album on: http://www.itunes.com/sinine
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“I Can’t See You” is the third single from Sinine – ‘Dreams Come True’ album that was released on October 19, 2012 on Accession Records.
Director/DOP/Editor: Ergo Kuld
Gaffer: Holger Helm
Grip: Maksim Podolski
Art director: Marili Rooba
Stylist: Anu Jääts
Stylist assistant: Margaret Kelomees
Make up: Jaana Heeringson
Production assistants: Andres Karumaa, Raivo Kolbak
Colour grading: Aleks Tenusaar at Orbital Vox studios
Vomito Negro new album “Death Sun” out 2014 by Metropolis-Records
Ministry – The Last Sucker – 13th Planet Records
iPassenger – Messing about with his MDUW Mk2.
One kit made up of all internal sounds, plus a ramR and ramP machine resampling the output and adding some dirt.
Quite a few GND_— used just for lfo duties over other tracks to keep it weirding out.
CTR_ALL Also programmed and hammered on this. Often forget how useful this is to push the pattern/sounds/vibe in different directions.
Viennese-bred producer Patrick Pulsinger has managed to leave his warped electronic signature on just about every style and tempo of dance music, including albums from Hercules And Love Affair and Elektroguzzi among others. Here, he demonstrates patching his bespoke modular synth at the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in New York.
Originally from East Germany, Pulsinger moved to Austria while still a child, and got into producing acid techno after he moved to New York to escape the Austrian military service. On returning home, he set up the Cheap Entertainment label and began releasing his music under various pseudonyms, on imprints like Disko B, Compost Black Label, and Mo’ Wax. Weaving together elements from across the spectrum of Detroit techno, Chicago house, funk, jazz, electro, soul, hip hop, and disco, Patrick has the ability to spin out a masterpiece. When he isn’t working on compositions for film scores, collaborations with orchestras and choirs, or as co-operator of Vienna’s Feedback Studio, he is also responsible for two remarkable albums in electronic music in recent years: Elektro Guzzi’s self-titled exploration into organic techno, and the second album by Andy Butler’s Hercules and Love Affair.
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Background video information:
(see full description, for lyrics and more information)
(Direct Sound Recording)
Man On The Living Road
Live @ Gilberto Alzate Avendaño (Bogotá, Colombia)
- Overlord (starts in 04:50)
Here I come ensambled
And the sun is behind me
eyes on all spectrum
undergone and evolve (x2)
- Video Footage Recorded by: Luisa Ospina, Camilo Barbosa. (www.ineclectico.com)
- Color Correction: Diego Pinzón.
- Projection Techs: cineorama (www.cineorama.com.co)
- Direct Sound Recording Engineers: Felipe Santamaria, David Medina.
- Mixing Engineers : Diego Pinzón, Felipe Santamaria.
Man On The Living Road are:
- Diego Pinzón (synths, guitar, programming, composer, voice)
- Jaime Coy (synths, bass, voice)
- Miguel Nova (visuals)
Brian O’Malley (PolyDROID) and Aidan Casserly (The Wazp, Empire State Human) have started a new project called KUBO. Their debut single “I Dream Electric” will be out on the UK based minimal wave label Vocoder Tapes.
The May 3rd released single will be released in a limited edition of 50 individually numbered cassettes, plus digital formats, and is available right now through Vocoder Tapes’ Bandcamp page. You can stream the tracks below.
It’s not the first time that the duo teams up for a project having first recorded electronic music together in 1986 under the name ManSeries. They kept collaborating in various forms over the years, including the very early days of Empire State Human as well as a film scores for the Brian O’Malley directed short “Screwback”.
Mark Mosher – Live Performance of “Stealth” at Future Fest at Vance Brand Civic Auditorium April 18, 2013