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  1.  (8869.281)
    Umm, hi.

    I go by the name of †??U????† most places on the interwubz nowadays (artist formerly known as Bunny Frost).

    I'm a bit wet behind the ears still but I seem to be doing OK. So without further ado:

    http://soundcloud.com/bunny-frost
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    Another freebie for your delectation.
    This one is a set of electronic improvisations called 'The Ants Are Eating My Head' by a very short lived trio I was part of called Jebus.
    We recorded 5 songs. Four of them are here and the fifth appeared on a compilation album (that I'll be posting later).
    I hope you enjoy.

    here

  3.  (8869.283)
    Time for another freebie I think.

    This one was the first of two compilations that I released on ECR (Quiet World as was).

    It features me in four different guises (as PSI & Ulysses Girelle, as half of Swn & a third of Jebus) plus several other people making some nice noises.

    It's a pretty mixed bag of sounds hopefully you'll find something to tickle your fancy.

    The Breath of Forgotten Places

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    Meanwhile...

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      CommentAuthorKernowdrunk
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2011 edited
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    I put this on the Kemper Norton blog and facebook.....Whitechapel folk kindly let me use recordings before so I thought you wouldn't mind. x


    Be a part of the Kemper Norton album !





    It is said that if you run seven times round Chanctonbury Ring you will summon the Devil.

    Anyone who sends us a recording of themselves reciting the numbers one to seven inclusive is guaranteed to be heard on the upcoming Kemper Norton album , due for completion this year. ( note : Whitechapellers may get priority , but don't tell anyone)

    The recording of the numbers can be in whatever order,style, location, language and quality you like….

    If your contribution is digital (mp3 , WAV and whatnot ) the file or a relevant link should be sent to kempernorton@gmail.com

    If you have managed to create an analogue recording ( tape , 4-track ,you know , real things ) this can be sent to our Cornish office. Send us an email if that’s the case
    ( kempernorton@gmail.com again) for the address.
  5.  (8869.286)
    It's freebie time again.
    this was the second compilation I released through ECR and features a wider selection of bands including Kiss My Farkyn, Les 7 Mondes, Ghoul Detail, Buff Monkey & a couple of my own projects.
    hope you dig it.

    The Eternal Present

    • CommentAuthorThomDunn
    • CommentTimeJun 22nd 2011
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    My new group, ALEJANDRO AND THE FAME, is Boston's premiere all-male Lady Gaga cover band. We're playing tonight at PA's lounge in Somerville, MA. Here's some tunes:



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    finished another remix for The Detachments - this time for their 'Holiday Romance' single which I thought was way too happy and approached it from not from the fleeting holiday romance of the title but more of a where did I bury the body ?
    my other remix for them can be bought at most music download establishments. but you can listen to it here :
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    I wasn't really sure where to share this, and I desperately wanted the Whitechapel folk to hear it:

    I'm working on some new songs... long story short, I've found that an amazing way to turn an electric guitar into a Drone-Machine is with a bullet-style vibrator. Yep, for real. I had been tinkering (more like struggling) with an electric pencil sharpener motor, trying to slow the speed down and create a device where it would continuously vibrate the strings (w/ a slide in the other hand); my girl saw me doing this, and she goes: "Do you just want a vibrator? I never use them anymore..."

    Who knew?
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      CommentAuthorBeamish
    • CommentTimeJun 22nd 2011
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    @sonny some of my favourite music is made unconventionally, re: Tom Waits. Also check out this, about about 2:25 is gets really interesting, Phil Keaggy records as he is going and has loop play back to create a band.

    Salvation Army Band

    I guess this is my long winded way of saying that I am eager to hear the outcome.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeJun 24th 2011
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    "I've found that an amazing way to turn an electric guitar into a Drone-Machine is with a bullet-style vibrator."

    ... and you just made my day, Sonny.
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    New for your head! I made a remix of Matthew Dear's "Deserter". Chopped and techno-ed it together out of only parts of the original song, just editing and effects. Nothing new added.

    Matthew Dear - Deserter (Birds Use Stars Remix) by Birds Use Stars
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      CommentAuthormargaras
    • CommentTimeJun 25th 2011
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    A somewhat new minimalistic drone. Enjoy!

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      CommentAuthormargaras
    • CommentTimeJun 25th 2011
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    Also, a soundscape.

    • CommentAuthoreyeago
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2011 edited
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    Dimension Machine: Electro-zar/Psych Phunk coming to you from Cairo, Egypt....

    (NOTE: Zar is the north/east african possession/trance cult with it's own musical tradition for calling down spirits... similar to Vodoun in Haiti or Umbanda in Brazil)

    Enjoy!
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2011 edited
     (8869.296)
    New album, coming out soon on Ninewhilenine's new label AURAL SECTS. Here's a promo vid for one of the 8 tracks... Mitosis as mechanical reproduction simile....



    EDIT:
    And here's the album, get it for free, and if you like please share!

    DOWNLOAD SIGILKIDS BY TEXTURE

    Check out more tracks by spf50, I AM WATER and zXz at the label's homepage:

    AURAL SECTS
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeJun 30th 2011
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    Album's out, so I edited my post! Bump!
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      CommentAuthortaphead
    • CommentTimeJun 30th 2011
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    Nice stuff, Bram. Just digging it at the moment.

    NOTE TO ALL: Seems that my number of reliable venue contacts in the Helsinki region has just doubled (yes, from 1 to 2), so if any of you are travelling this way, I'd be happy to do my best to hook you up with a gig or two. One club has live music nearly every weeknight, ranging from acoustic singer-songrwriter stuff to hiphop. Pretty poppy all in all. The other club is a monthly club for experimental/odd music.

    Can't promise much (if any) pay, but free drinks will be available, and I might well be able to arrange free accomodation/food. Set up a merch table -> ???? -> PROFIT.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeJun 30th 2011
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    Thanks tap! :D
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      CommentAuthorTF
    • CommentTimeJul 12th 2011
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    Hello everyone - I made a video of what I'm working on at the moment as I plan the release of my next effort