Skogstokig by Gordon Chapman-Fox A selection of music made after a six-month exposure to Scandinavian crime drama programmes. Orchestral string textures and pianos share the sonic landscape with digital synthesisers.
Nectarine by Dublock Two ambient, beat-free pieces of symphonic electronica. The first caresses your ears. The second bludgeons them.
Delusion by Dublock Let us tell of England’s groan unpleasant land. Of cricket whiter than whites, ruddy of cheek, barrel of chest, bulbous of neck did maroon in reverence of Midsomer and Marple with promises of jam and Jerusalem on the morrow, on the slate, on the never never. May we gaze anew at dear […]
Dangrabad Beta by Dublock A four track EP on minimal techno, constructed quickly, jammed into existence and then refined.
Hastromil by Dublock A trio of remixes to start 2018 with some techno. Your Silence Is Violence from the previous Repulsion EP is given more oomph and less melody. Delta Cygni offers a hint at the forthcoming Sirius Tau LP. Salt Lucking is a remix of a Glitchfield Plaines track from the Salt Lucking album.
Repulsion by Dublock This album is written in a state of Repulsion at contemporary events in the UK and USA. These are written, partially in anger, but mostly in commemoration to those who have suffered, and through a sense of loss of basic civility and humanity.
Extrusion by Dublock The debut EP of Dublock presents four tracks of stomping techno.
Oddment Dub by heskin radiophonic A trio of techno-infused electronic dub. The bass is low, the beats are slow. Dial the intensity back several notches and flow with the music. Originally part of Fwonk*s 200th and final release.
Madrigals by heskin radiophonic The silver Swan, who, living, had no Notewhen Death approached, unlocked her silent throat.Leaning her breast upon the reedy shore,thus sang her first and last, and sang no more:“Farewell, all joys! O Death, come close mine eyes!More Geese than Swans now live, more Fools than Wise.”ORLANDO GIBBONS Acoustic and folk instruments […]
[FW144] Bettie Page, Love Machine by Stratosonics Stratosonics are back with another wholly unoriginal, noisy, and out of tune slab of balls to the wall rock and roll. Two songs of loud, raucous garage rock for you to insert into your ears. Enjoy!