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    Cock and Swan – Stash

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    CD housed in a reverse print sleeve with matte CD art / 320K MP3 Download / 5 Bonus tracks from Cock and Swan / Bonus remixes from Part Timer and Vieo Abiungo…  Through the hypnotic fog that is the music of Cock and Swan lurks a strange energy, feeling one part sinister and two parts innocent. Yet, it reveals itself in subtle uneasy layers of blissfully haunting melodies as you clamber further into the dank outlands that entrench their sound.  
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    Abiungo / Monro – Thunder May Have Ruined the Moment (CD/DVD)

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    The CD and DVD (Limited Edition of 500) come housed in a 7”x 6” custom book-style case, featuring debossed imagery and text on the exterior. The interior features 16-pages of stunning full-page spread imagery, along with poetry penned by Fritch. Each edition is numbered by hand. Also includes 320K MP3 + DVD File Download plus 4 Mastered Bonus tracks… William Ryan Fritch (aka Vieo Abiungo) returns with a gorgeous fifteen track follow-up to 2011’s And the World is Still Yawning. Trying to classify Fritch’s sound by genre has become almost futile. He effortlessly weaves together a huge breadth of earthy beat-laden experimental, classical, and folk. This is the third full-length for Vieo Abiungo, and this newest installment comes in the form of a CD and DVD release titled, Thunder May Have Ruined the Moment. Fritch enlisted the help of award-winning film director, Pete Monro (Days Together) to create several short experimental films for the DVD. The films offer up thick psychotropic visuals and hazy moss grown memories that seamlessly meld into barrage of twisted imagery and nature based decay. Though the music may sound at times like the product of electronic instrumentation, the entirety of the film and accompanying album’s music was created strictly using acoustic instruments played entirely by Fritch, and recorded primarily using analog tape machines. At times tranquil, tortured, or trembling with quiet joy, Thunder May Have Ruined the Moment is an album of light and shadow, the human experience given voice.  
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    A-Sun Amissa – Desperate in Her Heavy Sleep

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    A-Sun Amissa is a new project formed out of Leeds, UK by members of Glissando. Built on the foundations of the unknown, a project that encompasses minimalist drones, modern-classical movements and avant-garde tendencies. Richard Knox (Glissando / ‘The Rustle of the Stars’ / Of Thread & Mist) & Angela Chan (Glissando / ‘The Rustle of the Stars’ / Ten / Tomorrow We Sail) began forming initial ideas in the Autumn of 2011, moving away from the piano-led ambience of previous outputs. Long-time friend Owen Pegg was soon invited to join the project as the pieces developed to enable the songs the depth and intensity they require. The trio produce a dense, drone-like atmosphere accompanying evocative, melodic string sections and intertwining guitars. The live show features sections of the recorded output combined with improvisation to unlock new movements and progressions in the music. The subtle, considered textures and the hypnotic interaction between players and instruments provide an intense live performance.  
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    Troy Schafer – Evening Song Awaken

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    Hand-numbered & stamped limited edition of 200…. Recital presents its first “classically” inspired program. I have come to enjoy classical music more and more over the years, finding it to be perfect background music for drinking, cooking, or relaxing in style. Although this album isn’t exactly background music, as it is bold and often intense with emotion, it carries a poetic quality which is as warm and whimsical as my favorite symphonies.  
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    Radiant Husk – Micromegas

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    Hand-numbered & Stamped limited edition of 200… Seeing Matthew Erickson perform live is an impressive experience. The sound he gets by blasting his saxophone through his Fender Twin literally shakes you to the core. Erickson has a great ear for experimental music; exercising tasteful timing and restraint, which I am finding to be more and more important. Whether performing in the sax-guitar duo Sudden Oak, or solo as Radiant Husk, his sonic presence has earned the respect of many.  
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    Konntinet – Closer Came The Light (2 x CD)

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    ‘Closer Came The Light’ is the follow-up to Konntinent’s ‘Opal Island’ for Home Normal. It was recorded in the mad London heat of summer 2010, most of it improvised single-take recordings. We hope you like it. – HN Harrison has a deft touch with composition and production – and, while the majority of tracks sit between 8 and 18 minutes, nothing feels overlong, there is a real variety in mood and structure across the album, and the subtle developments within tracks keep the listener engaged throughout. Naturally, with this album being released on Home Normal, you would expect it to come highly recommended – and it does. – Fluid Radio
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    Listening Mirror – What’s Wrong With Miracles

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    Limited edition hand stamped release in recycled handstiched and stickered sleeve with card insert… Featuring 3 long form tracks of Ambient/Drone based experimentalism for one half of listening Mirror, Jeff Stonehouse. Listening Mirror have appeared on notable imprints such as Hibernate, Heat Death, Audio Gourmet, Rural Colours and Bathetic to name a few. The process…. Equipment used: Squier Stratocaster guitar. Audition semi – acoustic guitar. Korg Kaossillator. 18″ Oscillating fan, Ribbons. Recording method: Ableton Live 8 Suite running on Macbook Pro. Recording techniques: ‘The Boat Has Sailed’ drone was achieved using the earth hum and harmonics of the Audition guitar. Percussive bass were recorded through the pickups of the same guitar and then chopped, stretched and looped. ‘It’s In The Trees’ and ‘Storm Train’ guitar parts were recorded by attaching ribbons to an oscillating fan and allowing them to strike the strings randomly. All tracks written between October 2011 and February 2012 by Jeff Stonehouse.
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    K Wilson – Otherworld

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    Limited edition of 100 hand-numbered copies… “Otherworld” is the debut release (besides a limited tape cassette) by K Wilson, using guitar, field recordings & percussion. Recorded in early 2012 in Western Australia. Field recordings taken from tall blowing grass and the sea. Cymbals+percussion have been pitch altered & slowed down. Most the album is ambient guitar+loops, delays etc, with all recordings done on a digital portable recorder.
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    Konntinent – Kiruna (Vinyl/CD)

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      A limited edition vinyl pressing of 200 that includes a CD version of the album, plus a postcard with download code… Konntinent is the solo project of London based musician Antony Harrison. Both as Konntinent and through his other project names Arev Konn and Paco Sala, Antony has a discography that lists Home Normal, Sonic Pieces, Humming Conch and Symbolic Interaction as labels he has worked with. His live performances have meant he has been able to share the stage with artists such as Machinefabriek, Ian Hawgood, Simon Scott, Library Tapes, Jasper TX, Danny Norbury, Boduf Songs and Talvihorros.  
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    Max Bondi – Convolution

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    Limited edition run of just 120 full glass-mastered CDs, coming in a thick card gatefold sleeve, each one screenprinted in two colours, individually numbered and sewn together, enclosing a fold-out double-sided screenprinted insert. The latest record on Tartaruga is the second full-length from Max Bondi. A departure of sorts from previous work, the album is an exploration of constraint, limitations, and repetition. Fragments of sound fold in upon themselves, constructing subtle patterns and melodies which overlay, interfere and diverge, varying from dense clusters of pulsing frequencies to torrents of cascading electronic notes. This is uncompromising machine music, but with a melodic edge, rhythmical but irregular, ‘electrical’ rather than electronic. The record develops over the course of ten tracks, each one building up on top of the previous in successive waves.
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    Ryan Teague – Field Drawings

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    Bristol-based composer Ryan Teague is one of an increasing number of artists, from Efterklang to Portico Quartet, Ólafur Arnalds to Nils Frahm, successfully operating in the fertile margins between chamber orchestration and electronic processing. This, Teague’s third album of delicately poised, wordless instrumental fare, focuses less on the sweeping, bowed string phalanxes that have characterised his previous releases and errs instead toward the dulcet timbres of glockenspiels, xylophones, marimbas, piano and pizzicato plucking – or electronic approximations thereof. It’s tempting to label this kind of thing ‘minimalist’ – tempting, but wrong. For while Teague is happy to play with the tuned percussion sounds and polyrhythms so beloved of Steve Reich and the New York minimalist ‘school’, he is clearly less concerned with matters of rhythmic complexity or anything as arid or theoretical as ‘phase shifting’, preferring the emotional tug evoked by the enmeshing of simple, contrapuntal melody lines and the glowing properties of modulating major-to-minor chord sequences set against pretty, arpeggiating note clusters.  
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    The Green Kingdom – Prismatic (2 x CD)

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    We are very happy to finally get our hands on the limited edition version of this album that comes with a bonus remix CD from the likes of bvdub, The Boats, Part Timer, Insecto, H.A.M., Yuri Lugovskoy, Northerner, Fieldhead, The Declining Winter and Inch-time. These artists take the original compositions into some unexpected and exciting new musical territories… Say no more! Mike Cottone (The Green Kingdom) utilises a similar musical palette as can be heard on last year’s acclaimed ‘Twig And Twine’ CD and once again ‘Prismatic’ is expertly mastered by Taylor Deupree (12k/Line).  
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    Fieldhead – They Shook Hands For Hours

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    ‘They Shook Hands For Hours’ is the debut release from Paul Elam and takes the minimalist, glitchy, low end rumble of Machinefabriek, Phillip Jeck and The Caretaker but contains arrangements that are concise, structured and almost pop orientated in their brevity. The dusty, grainy textures can be reminiscent of Khonnor’s textbook 2005 album ‘Handwriting’, but in this case the ambient cinematic drones of Stars of the Lid and Labradford replace the ghosts of lo-fi pop. It is no wonder that the artist divulges his number one influence as tape hiss, but in no way should it be taken that this is a minimalist or avant-garde work. The melodicisms are notable from the opening ‘This Train Is A Rainbow’ with its Labradford style guitar twangs through to the echoes of Aphex Twin’s dusty loops on ‘I’m Fond Of Maps’. The warmth of ‘real’ instruments is always audible, particularly violins which swoop and soar in the wide open landscapes of ‘He’d Found The Sea’, recalling Manchester acoustic-electro favourites The Boats.
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    Coppice – Vinculum (3xCD)

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    Limited edition triple CD set: Hand-embroidered pouches housing random CD’s from Coppice’s sonic artifact archives… Vinculum is a growing archive of sonic artifacts and the first official release by Chicago-based duo of bellows & electronics Coppice (Noé Cuéllar & Joseph Kramer). Sounds are recorded and reduced to highlight some aspects at the expense of others. Each recording is released on its own single-track CD-R with an inscribed catalog number. Currently, the project is being made available as a unique hand-made, hand- embroidered pouch containing several different discs selected at the time the pouch is filled. The listener is encouraged to play the discs simultaneously on repeat from multiple players when possible.
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    Peters / Roden – Not A Leaf Remains As It Was

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    In 1995 Steve Peters and Steve Roden toured as a trio with singer Anna Homler; sometimes they would vocalize behind her, and they liked the way their voices blended together. They then spent about 15 years saying that “someday” they should record a voice-based project together. Aside from the physical distance between them, the problem was always: What would we sing? Neither wanted to write or sing lyrics. Inspiration came in the form of a book of Japanese jisei – poems allegedly written by monks on their death bed – printed in both English translation and Romanized Japanese. Phonetically pronouncing the Japanese reminded Peters of the technique Roden has used of systematically chopping up the syllables in English texts to transform them into sound poems. Since neither of them speaks Japanese, it seemed like a good place to begin. .
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    Cezary Gapik – The Sum Of Disappearing Sounds

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    Multi-fold out digipak in a limited edition of 222 hand-numbered copies… Born 1963 in Czestochowa / Poland, Cezary Gapik’s formative musical experiences after the punk revolt were the more experimental outings of Public Image Ltd. and industrial pioneers as Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire. The popularisation of the computer as a creative tool in the mid-nineties gave birth to Gapik’s present extensive style: the isolationist projects of Mick Harris (Scorn, Lull) are as traceable as are 20th century contemporary avant-garde composers (Stockhausen, Xenakis, Ferrari) and masters of minimal music (Phill Niblock, Eliane Radigue).
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    Smyth – Sanibel

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    Limited edition of 100 / 4 pages of photo inlay printed on traditional Japanese rice paper is included. All field recordings & music by Jared Smyth. Every sound recorded / manipulated in Summer 2011 on Sanibel Island, Florida. An aural documentary of a time and place.
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    Ourobonic Plague – Post Human Possibilities

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    Stickered and Hand Numbered Limited Edition cd-r of 100 copies in Oyster Shell… Twice Removed are proud to announce the release of Ourobonic Plague’s “Post Human Possibilities”, the third release on the Twice Removed micro label. Following on from Nick’s releases such as the self released “Gaap” and “Spirits//Gremlins” Ep’s, the collaboration with Salamander as “Burnt Vessels” and proceeding the future release on UK label Robot Elephant, “Post Human Possibilities” sees Nick continuing to come up with music that is unique in the Perth underground scene. Recorded in 2011 and self mastered/mixed “Post Human Possibilities” takes us into the dark electronic world of Witchhouse.
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    Ryonkt – Troposphere

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    Limited edition run of 100 copies… Twice Removed records release a limited edition run from Ryo Nakata aka Ryonkt. 6 tracks, 48 minutes long of quality Ambient/Drone wrapped in a sleeve with cover shot by Antony Harrison (Konntinent, Arev Konn, Paco Sala). Ryonkt is the alias for Japanese artist Ryo Nakata’s guitar-drone project. On his fifth album, Troposphere, Ryonkt seems to leave behind the field recordings and gentle melodies and articulations of his previous releases and focus instead on the construction of thick slabs of pulsing, static texture, a subtler approach that makes this release a more demanding listen than one might initially expect. – Cyclic Defrost
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    Plinth – Collected Machine Music

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    Back in stock: Digipak run of 200 copies… This disc contains both remastered versions of the 8 songs that were on the ridiculously limited “Plays Victorian Machine Music” ep, that came out on the Rusted Rail label sometime back, and 7 new songs also created using old victorian music boxes, calliopes, and other wheezing mechanisms. The philosopher, social critic and journalist Walter Benjamin once suggested that the assorted detritus of the 19th Century bourgeoisie – the knick-knacks, toys, trinkets, mechanical amusements, photographs – could, when “blasted” out of their original historical context as kitsch distractions by means of critical analysis, reveal something significant about both their own age and also that of the present. This notion developed into The Arcades Project, an extensive, wide-ranging exploration of bourgeois social history centred around the Parisian arcades.  
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    Hutch Demouilpied – Otherness (2xCD)

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    Special limited collector edition of 100 copies… Hutch is a composer, musician, sound artist and songwriter who is based in London UK. Her songs and music have been used in film and television projects around the world and she has collaborated with film-makers, animators, artists, choreographers and theatre directors on various projects. As an accomplished musician she plays trumpet and has her own albums released as well as playing as a session musician with many artists. Attended Berlinale Talent Campus 2008 as a composer.
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    Nuojuva – Valot kaukaa

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    The Preservation label presents Valot kaukaa, the second album from Finnish producer Olli Aarni. Valot kaukaa is the first work for Aarni under a new name, Nuojuva, having previously appeared under the name Ous Mal. As Ous Mal, Aarni’s 2010 debut album, Nuojuva Halava took the early promise of his CD-R releases into a beautiful realisation of a unique sound that evoked both a curious nostalgia and a sense of future pathways, combining classical overtures, narcotic beats and warm atmospherics into blissful song.  
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    James Murray – Floods

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    Every copy of Floods includes a signed insert and comes in a custom designed 4-panel recycled card sleeve. Everything has been sourced as ecologically responsibly as possible here in the UK. Sleeve, insert and disc are all individually rubber-stamped with James’ original artwork and each package is carefully assembled by hand. On the flood plain where James Murray grew up, twin rivers rose each winter fed by rainfall from nearby Welsh mountains. Breaking their banks they swept over pastures and hedgerows, tore at the fabric of the land and isolated remote villages. It was here, in a makeshift studio on high ground, that James began to explore sound using scavenged instruments and homemade electronics. Floods returns to that landscape; an acknowledgment and celebration of the destructive and regenerative power of the waters. It is also an attempt by the artist to reconcile with his personal floods, those mental waters that rise to submerge the will, that can at times be opposed and must at others be allowed to overwhelm.
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    thisquietarmy – Resurgence (2 x CD)

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    Thick glossy triplegatefold digipak… thisquietarmy’s newest album Resurgence is arguably his most accessible and varied record since his debut album Unconquered. It reveals another step forward into the extension of his signature shoegaze/drone-based compositions, incorporating many different elements of post-rock, post-punk, psychedelic, krautrock, industrial & doom. As a result, Resurgence is an eclectic blend of gauzy textures and rhythms, a fresh reconstruction of his unique musical style and personal influences, and an adventurous ride from one end of the drone spectrum to the other.  
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    Alexander Wendt – Unreleased Music For Visualizers

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    Alexander Wendt’s compositions have been described as “glacial electronic music” and environmental electronic sound, but strictly speaking this albums is not conceived from field recordings. Unreleased: Music For Visualizers assembles 13 silicone based tracks that were composed over a period of several years, and yet the album’s sound is cohesive and organic. The compositions are presented here as a triptych, exploring expansive terrain with Confluence Of Two Rivers, microscopic structures and sound sketches with Trio-Log (based on a collection of 3-letter words) and in form of a live set of about 20 minutes (. : .: ::).
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    thisquietarmy – Vessels

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    Montreal’s thisquietarmy create sublime yet massive walls of beautiful shimmering drone, at times with a near pop sensibility, at others near Industrial in its percussive bombast. ‘Vessels’ explores themes of the sea and man’s struggle with this relentless and all pervasive force, the music a perfect means of expressing both the flat calm and the force 9 storm. Eric Quach, the man behind thisquietarmy, is a prolific artist, and ‘Vessels’ is perhaps his most impactful work to date. ‘The Pacific Theater’ grips the listener in warm drone before slamming them into the rocks with epic percussion. Album closer ‘A Spanish Galleon’ takes a more gentle approach with clean guitar and washes of orchestral strings. The album is presented as a matte digipak CD with glued in booklet.
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    thisquietarmy – Aftermath

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    Aftermath is thisquietarmy’s fourth album and first for Basses Fréquences. Partially inspired and in respect to aesthetics by the works of German visual artist Anselm Kiefer, the setting of Aftermath takes place in the post-apocalyptic countryside and revolves around fallen angels as unexploded ordnances. In parallel, the compositions were also inspired by the sounds of crackling tubes and failing resistors captured by amplifiers during the recording process. Drones and melodies were built around these hissing sounds to create moods of tension and transitions from the remnants of destruction. These static interferences thus remained as important compositional elements, as if the whole themed-universe stemmed from a faraway buzz, in which the dawn of a new era reveals itself. With Aftermath, thisquietarmy manages to create the perfect light and heavy post-nuclear winter atmosphere, with a glimmer of hope appearing slowly like sun rays through massive dust clouds.
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    thisquietarmy – Blackhaunter

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    Thisquietarmy is the ambient/drone project of Eric Quach, from Montreal post-shoegazer band Destroyalldreamers. His guitar-based sonic experimentations challenge the boundaries of the conventional guitar-drone mould by combining both non-frigid song structure and ambiance together, blending layers of textures over textures, merging faint growing melodies in a beautiful sea of noise & tightening loose ends together. “Blackhaunter” is Thisquietarmy’s sophomore album, which its themes revolve around inner demons and the darker side of affairs. The cleansing ritual is processed in slow-motion throughout six powerful mood-shifting tracks, while struggling deeply between the realms of ghostly dreams and sexy nightmares. Extra spicy agony, martial metronomic beats & haunting suffocation included. Expect to wake up from this deliverance covered in sweat!
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    Thisquietarmy – Unconquered

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    From the mellow opening of“Immobilization”, through grandiose “Battlefield Arkestrah” and “The Sun Destroyers”, gloomy “Death of a Sailor”, to closing notes of “Empire”, Eric Quach manages to capture the essence of contemporary alternative guitar experimentation while maintaining disturbing but also captivating aural atmosphere. “Unconquered” presents this musical project as consciously standing among the best artists of this genre, which is symbolized by the guest appearance of Aidan Baker. On the other hand, Thisquietarmy, already on his debut album,looks far into the future and crosses the boundaries, the best sign of which are the clean female vocals of Meryem Yildiz in one of the tracks – something not common in the field of ambient drone guitar music. Eric’s experience in DESTROYALLDREAMERS, numerous live performances, brave open mind and genuine artistic freedom allowed him to deliver his first official debut full-length album in a flawless and extraordinary way.
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    Apillow – Leaves Winter Alone

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    Screenprinted on Arigato Pack sleeves and hand-packaged by Patrick Lacharité, Kit Malo & Eric Quach. Cyan CDR on hub, limited to 200 copies. Apillow is a solo project from Patrick Lacharité – guitarist and sound engineer for Below the Sea. After successfully leading Below The Sea through 3 full-length albums on Where Are My Records and several tours around the world (Europe, Japan, Canada, USA), Patrick Lacharité finally releases a disc of his very own solo work. Apillow carves and crafts four tracks out of the glacial silence, tinkers on an old lonely piano, gently scratches his guittar and processes it through airy effects and mixes it all up with computer-generated percussions to create imaginative and complex build-ups within the minimalism realm. Much like those of Below The Sea, Apillow’s compositions have these very cinematic and melancholic qualities to them, while being light, sunny and upbeat. This could be your perfect soundtrack for the current autumnal season and you’d wish it’d never ends.
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    Mark Harris – An Idea of North / Learning to Walk

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    “An Idea of north / learning to walk” is the latest album from UK sound and visual artist Mark Harris. Back in the winter of 2010 he found himself snowed-in due to a unusual flurry of extreme weather.  
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    Machinefabriek – Brokstukken

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    A mini album with 6 short loop based tracks made mostly with guitar, looper pedals and a Korg Monotron. Machinefabriek specially constructed the recordings on ‘Brokstukken’ using off-cuts, sections and samples of fragmented found sounds. The tracks included here develop very slowly and disintegrate intermittently, dropping back into unstructured bleeps and murmurs. The tension built using subtle deep textures and silence is woven masterfully across the 6 tracks. ‘Brokstukken’ is an engaging excursion across the borders into lo-fi noise. Perfectly paced and wonderfully understated.
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    Cokiyu – Your Thorn Remixes

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    he music of Cokiyu borns with Your Thorn Remixes again, superb 17 track full volume album of new material from the Japanese female artist’s 2nd full-length Your Thorn. the remixes features a many international acts like Opiate (hobby industries/morrmusic), Shigeto (ghostly International), Girl With The Gun (new project of Populous), 1000 Names (black acre), A Lily (dynamophone), Praezisa Rapid 3000 (doumen), Tokyo Bloodworm (moteer), Vieo Abiungo (lost tribe sounds), The Remote Viewer (city centre offices), Scissors and Sellotape (cotton goods/fracture). the package also features aus, Turalica, NETWORKS from Japan and the bonus tracks for digital are winner remixes of Noah, 34423, Geskia & Pawn and Polyphonic Parachute from Your Thorn Remix Contest.
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    Wenngren / Bissonnette – The Meridians of Longitude

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    How long does a moment last? Well, it depends. On the speed at which you’re moving, for example. It is said that a particle in a particle accelerator, as it approaches the speed of light, experiences a corresponding slowing down of time. At such a momentum, a single second lasts the equivalent of many years lived at a more sedentary pace. This effect is called time dilation, and is one of many described by Einstein’s famous equation e = mc2.
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    Cokiyu – Mirror Flake

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    Ee-mastered edition with bonus remixes from Ametsub (mille plateaux/progressive form), Tyme. and Geskia (flau). Open up your ears to the new era of Japanese contemporary pop music. We are proud to announce flau’s first cd release Mirror Flake, is the beautiful debut album by the talented female artist cokiyu who hails from Ehime, Japan. As a vocalist, she participated in albums and live performances of aus. Mirror Flake sets a new standard in the genre of bedroom pop. The album instills soft-hearted shoegaze sounds into delicately beautiful melodies which are organically mixed with the graceful use of instruments like toy piano, music box, guitar (by ueda takayasu), and the gorgeous whispery voice of cokiyu that has sparkled in Curveland of aus. Mirror Flake is definitely a must have for the fans of Japanese pop. – flau  
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    The Boats – Faulty Toned Radio

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    The 6th outing onto waters uncharted for the enigmatic Boats. Uncharted waters simply because The Boats refuse to be channeled into the niche so easily assigned to them. Having been kindly approached by aus and the Flau stable from Japan, for a statement of their musical intent, The Boats obliged. True to hearfelt form, they have generously delivered their most accomplished, and highly personal ships log to date. But listen closely, and dont get too comfortable with your dividing fencelines of genres as the horizon is blurred from on the ship’s deck by the haze of distance from familiar isles.  
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    aus – After All

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    After the huge success of his previous albums “Lang” and “Curvelands”, Yasuhiko Fukuzono (aka aus) quickly became one of the top electronic artists in Japan. And “After All” is the 6th album from his own label flau, following the highly acclaimed “Curveland” which was released on Moteer in 2007. All the tracks are brand new based on the songs he made when he was a teenager.  
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    Yellow6 – Drifting For The Horizon

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    7 tracks totalling 63 minutes recorded during 2011. First time on CD (not CDr) for a merry6mas release. 250 copies in stamped card sleeve with full colour insert.
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    Yellow6 – Sounds and Moving Pictures

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    Live in Europe 2011 CD/DVD Set… Recorded live in Europe Spring 2011 at the Live Looping Festival, Antwerp. Additional live recordings processed by David Newlyn as ‘Comatose with the Season (Pts 1-6)
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    Kleefstra / Pruiksma / Kleefstra – Deislieper

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    CD Digipak with booklet edition of 500… The Kleefstra brothers, Romke and Jan are members of the Dutch improv band Piiptsjilling along with Rutger Zuydervelt (Machinefabriek) and Mariska Baars (Soccer Committee). In 2008 Piiptsjilling recorded its first acclaimed, untitled album and since the brothers have worked and recorded together with several other musicians. Their music invariably involves the experimental guitar playing of Romke in combination with the spoken word in Frisian, an old European minority language by Jan. Sometimes dreamy, melancholic and melodic, sometimes dark, haunting and noisy, but always instant music, both in the studio and on stage.
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