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      CommentAuthordocporno
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2009
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    ep cover art
    under the alias 'mister x' (my label just couldn't commit to 'docporno', so now my pseudonym has a pseudonym) i produce what i guess you could call atmopsheric hip-hop and dance music (mostly instrumentals). i like to say i just make MUSIC but in today's niche-filled world that doesn't work-when pressed i say my music is like 'dr. dre and bernard herrman having a beat battle in the art of noise's basement'...but that still doesn't quite cut it. the techno/house "Unbalanced EP" is my current release and this spring comes 'Beats Without Boundaries"

    for a preview of upcoming hip-hop beats release (and that orchestral piece at the begining is all me, not a sample)

    I currently release on DJ Bone's Subject Detroit label. i also direct and do the visual mindfuckery for my music videos:

    this one is the only 'safe for work' video i can embed-for the song Hazy Bliss

    hazy bliss music video

    if you're not at work and don't mind explicit nekkid bodyparts, i have 2 additional videos HERE and HERE

    if there are any DJs interested in vinyl, click here-for mp3 downloads, click here

    misterxonline.com
    • CommentAuthorybm
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2009 edited
     (4916.22)
    Hello, I yell and write music for my grind band You Betray Me. All of the music on our myspace is old but you can check it out @ www.myspace.com/youbetrayme We will have some new tunes up within the next few weeks and they will easily tear the foreskin off of most anything
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      CommentAuthorFractal
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2009
     (4916.23)
    Hello! I make and DJ techno as Fractal.



    I also run a label called Tide Pool.



    I also wrote a string quartet, which the JACK quartet were kind enough to read when they visited UVic.

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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2009
     (4916.24)
    Hello, I'm Texture, I was on The 4am number 7 a wee while ago.

    I'm in a band called Double Helix, which is a strange brew of dubstep and words. Various free things from Double Helix here, and from my other band, Chemical Poets, here.

    (Apologies for the re-posting, think I dropped these links in the downloads thread too.)

    Got a solo EP in the works, dont know when it will be finished though.

    @ Joe Hakim: Nice, great stuff. Will noise you up on MySpace.
    • CommentAuthorradian
    • CommentTimeFeb 11th 2009
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    Producers including me using a certain software produce an 'end of the world soundtrack':
    disc 1
    disc 2
    disc 3
    • CommentAuthorMog
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2009
     (4916.26)
    This is my stuff. It's just a hobby; I lack the energy to exercise proper diligence in doing things properly. Things like recording things correctly without mistakes, fixing the out-of-tunyness of my guitars, getting rid of noise, actually developing the paper thin initial ideas I come up with and crafting them into masterpieces etc etc... It's recorded at home using basic stuff on my computer and a heap of software I don't really know how to operate.

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=713389&content=music
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    I play improvised ambient/industrial soundscapes as Subscape Annex. I have a gig tonight in Chapel Hill NC (blog, Facebook event, full show calendar).
    • CommentAuthorgrnr
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.28)
    hi, my band findo gask just got the finished version of our new video, and we're very pleased! here it is:


    One Eight Zero Findo Gask from Joseph Mann on Vimeo.
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      CommentAuthorOllie
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.29)
    I'm a guitarist and a producer/engineer.
    On thursday, I recorded a session with a Free-Jazz/Punk trio, named DeathQunt.I heartily recommend them as they're fucking intense!
    DeathQunt's session snappy, snappy:
    Recording DeathQunt
    Recording DeathQunt
    Who knew that Jazz and circuit-bending worked together?
    • CommentAuthorQXZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.30)
    You will all submit yourselves and your children to the brutality of Flaming Tusk. Some call our music "blackened sludge", we just call it metal.

    Our website, linked above, will direct you to our freely downloadable debut EP "Abigail", as well as a live recording of a non EP track from our most recent show.

    FLAMING TUSK IS WHAT I SAID
    • CommentAuthorfenmere
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.31)
    I'm the graphic designer for my wife's band, Sir Reginold Cosgrove & His Nighttime Singers.

    We're about to release their full length album. We just have to master it and figure out how we're going to sell it. This might actually qualify as a Spring project RE: that other thread, but of course they've been working on it for the past year.

    There are some nice MP3's to check out on the website right now, though!
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      CommentAuthorvideocrime
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.32)
    The Orbz from St. Louis.

    Our first album, "Stop! The Reporters Will See" is out on The Orbz - Stop! The Reporters Will See and Amazon.

    Or, if you're in the St. Louis area on April 10th, we're doing an official CD Release show at The Firebird.
    • CommentAuthorallthumb
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.33)
    hi. i'm in a band called touch committee. we're loud indie rock from san francisco. we get compared to mid 90's stuff a lot (think dinosaur jr, archers of loaf, pavement, etc), and i guess that's pretty fair. we just finished our actual record record, winter beard, but are currently duking it out over album art. we're talking with some folks about putting it out, which is exciting for a bunch of old dudes playing loud music.
    • CommentAuthoraphid
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.34)
    white hot sql injection
    i produce IDM under the name aphid
    • CommentAuthortdm
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
     (4916.35)
    I write music for movies, commercials, anything that's telling a story. Check out my site and let me know what you think.
    • CommentAuthorReneKita
    • CommentTimeFeb 22nd 2009
     (4916.36)
    If there was a Ministry of Silly Noise, our band, Meisselschieber, would be within their brief.



    The video also contains 900 pictures of Turku, Finland, to save you the pain of going there to see it. And our first album: Markiisi Pitää Sadetta All released into the public domain, as the idea of sleazy businessmen using our music for nefarious purposes gets me all squishy in the head.
    And then there's my preposterous solo career, pursued with all the determination of a lemming on acid. Samples: Some Mad Trackery and a short live performance in Helsinki, tap dancing on sheet metal and screaming.
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    I've been around here a while...

    Started abusing tape loops and toy electronics in 1979, played in some post-punk/experimental bands and put out some recordings in the 80s. Took a break for 15 years or so... resurrected by Warren on the first 4AM (and a subsequent one). Messing with Garage Band samples and other sound sources now...

    Also been doing radio shows for 27 or 28 years (evidence posted weekly).

    myspace.com/cryptomusicology

    Very soon, I'll be offering an on-demand CDR full of mp3s of all my surviving 80s material, with some liner notes and would-be cover art - a double-CD album in kit form (because I'm too cheap and lazy - and tired of filling closet space with my own products - to do it any other way).
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    I just now, as in 5 minutes ago, put up all new (old) songs on my Myspace Music page. It's all weird original rap and some remix tracks that I recorded over a few year period in the early 2000's. Most of anything older is lost, and anything newer is sitting on my computer in non-MP3 form, so I've just had my semi-old stuff on my page.

    Here's the link (sorry, but I don't know how to make it clickable...):

    www.myspace.com/frerquentcontributor

    Of the tracks I just updated with, one (Lonlier) is an account of me losing my virginity, sung in the style of Tom Waits (although Buck 65 was more the reason I did it, at the time...), who I naturally sound nothing like, featuring samples from both Tom Waits and Dizzy Gillespie. It's rough and bad and embarassing, but some of the lyrics still hold up, and besides the mediocre-quality audio, the melody is pretty hypnotic (although it IS a sample...).

    That, and all the music on there was made with a Playstation 1 and a copy of MTV Music Generator.

    Try it. I'm not selling anything.
  5.  (4916.40)
    Nice move.