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    • CommentTimeSep 15th 2010 edited

    My band TEETH's new single!

    • CommentTimeSep 15th 2010 edited
    @avataris absolutely brilliant!

    @Sonny thanks a lot!
    • CommentTimeSep 15th 2010
    GreggN 7 minutes ago edited (8869.22)
    @avataris absolutely brilliant!

    thanks Gregg!!
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    My last album - The Earth in Play - is reviewed in the Outer Limits section of Octobers issue of The Wire.

    Typically i finally get a mention in there a couple of months after i let my 12 years of subscribing lapse so i spent the day trooping around town trying to find a stockist (i did find a copy eventually).
    • CommentAuthorEvJ
    • CommentTimeSep 17th 2010
    Ian, that link goes to "all discussions with me". But that's just as well, I don't think anything reviewed in the Outer Limits section of the Wire is good for the dinner party I'm posting from the edge of...
    • CommentTimeSep 17th 2010

    You made an Älymystö remix, we've got swag for ya. Hit me with an email, address in the account info. And thanks!
  2.  (8869.7)
    Dammit - i usually check but it's fixed now - thank you EvJ. strangely Earth in Play is the most dinner party friendly thing i've ever done - particularly if said dinner party has got to the recreational cigarette stage.
    • CommentTimeSep 17th 2010
    Horribly last minute, but I know there are a couple Seattle residents floating around here, and this band I've been playing with recently, Deborah Page, has a gig tonight at the Cafe Venus and Marsbar on Eastlake and Mercer that we are scrambling to assemble an audience for, if anyone is looking for something to do.
    • CommentTimeSep 17th 2010
    As Detachment, I banged out a single this morning:

    A mere 50c to you lovely, lovely people.

    I might pop out a more dubstep-like remix next week. If I do, I'll mention it here. And on Twitter. And on Facebook. And on your nearest public toilet's walls. In filth.

    Here's some older stuff from late last year:
    The Boys From The Detachment Are Back

    16 tracks. $3.50. Can't go wrong with that, surely.


    Also, I think I'm on the lookout for video collaborators.
    • CommentAuthoraceofspace
    • CommentTimeSep 18th 2010 edited
    Ace Of Space - Jellyfish

    Video courtesy of The Bluebird Project

    Love the ‘REMAKE/REMODEL: Ace Of Space’ thread. Big shout out for Annie, Pia Guerra, Sobreiro and Paul Sizer whose submissions are our particular favourites out of a wonderfully stunning collection.
    • CommentTimeSep 20th 2010
    My band Brothers Horse has a gig this weekend.
    I don't think there are any WC'ers in the area but I liked these instrument-insect thingies on the flyer:
    • CommentTimeSep 21st 2010 edited
    I'm playing with the band and solo at two gigs coming up, for anyone within travel distance of Edinburgh. The first features an exclusive hip-hop set from Baba Brinkman and Dizraeli, and the other is the Black Lantern Music first birthday!

    Black Lantern Gigs

    Details here and here.
    • CommentTimeSep 21st 2010
    I finally got some Mysterians tracks up on Soundcloud, including a new one. Hope you guys like.
    • CommentAuthorMike Carey
    • CommentTimeSep 22nd 2010 edited
    For NYC Whitechapelers with a taste for the punk rock, The Threads will be playing the Govenors Island Art Fair, Sunday, 26 September, 1700-ish. Take the ferry from Manhattan or Brooklyn... And there will be a beer tent.

    For more information.
    • CommentTimeSep 23rd 2010
    @Celan Awww! Handcar Regatta. Have a great gig. I'd be there if I wasn't, yanno, in another hemisphere at the moment. :)

    Does anybody here like Beats Antique? Their new album Blind Threshold came out recently, and it's lovely... they've pushed their sound into some fresh and strange directions. I play violin (a a wee bit o' theremin) on several of the tunes.
    • CommentAuthorEvJ
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2010
    Put two new tracks up on Soundcloud , both improvisations with an old Hinton Instruments synthesizer, which is sort of like half an EMS Synthi. No keyboard or sequencer, just self-triggering envelopes and free oscillators. They're both live recordings, one in studio, one on stage. The first, Murder in the Cathedral might not be listenable without a huge subwoofer and very detailed monitors, because that's what I performed it on, and it doesn't seem to transfer very well. The second, Untitled, May 2010, is far easier on the speakers and ears, and is probably a much better piece too.
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    I made some noize recently using very basic but slightly odd recording methods in a large boiler room...

    Vulpes Sonitus - There's Monsters in the Boiler Room Sessions

    I used a Dictaphone, mobile phone, various sized pringle tubes and some contact mics.
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2010 edited
    ‘Lowender’ (a Cornish word meaning happiness ) is the title of the latest free Kemper Norton e.p. An unreliable, unstable, loose-limbed and hazy look at modern and ancient festivals, it’s available here.

    Lowender cover

    edited to put band name in , as it only appears on the e.p cover in tiny pointless logo form.
    • CommentAuthorNezzit
    • CommentTimeSep 26th 2010
    This is my first song online. I usually make kind of ambient\rock\experimental music.

    Nikola Nezit - Rane zive cesanjem

    Love, Nezzit
  4.  (8869.20)

    loving Lowrider. Helston Music Fayre 1994 is just fantastic.