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submitted Colin Andrew Sheffield & James Eck Rippie - Polarities. 2 months ago
submitted Yannick Dauby - Magicien Rouch . 2 months ago
submitted Loren Mazzacane Connors, Suzanne Langille - Strong & Foolish Heart / Blue Ghost Blues . 5 months ago
submitted Senz Beats - Ode To The Ghosted . 8 months ago
submitted Various - Ecstatic & Wingless: Bird-Imitation on Four Continents, ca. 1910-44 . about 1 year ago
submitted Simon Wickham-Smith - A Hidden Life. about 1 year ago
submitted Kyle Field - Untitled Poem Cassette . about 1 year ago
submitted Le câble de feu - Firewire. about 1 year ago
submitted Loren Connors* & Suzanne Langille - Strong & Foolish Heart / Blue Ghost Blues. about 1 year ago
submitted Synth Pit - Astoria. about 1 year ago
submitted Sublyme Diagonal - Geoid. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Martin Tétreault - Sofa so good. over 2 years ago
The music here spans one side of the tape, while the blank, other side, can be used to record your own piece, but the cover instructs that one uses only sounds from 'Sofa So Good'. Tetreault is best known, I should hope at least, as someone from the ... See full review
posted a review of Simon Wickham-Smith - A Hidden Life And Other Works. over 2 years ago
This seems quite a coup by Brussels based Tanuki Records: a ninety-minute tape by Simon Wickham-Smith, known as a solo musician but also a regular collaborator of Richard Youngs. That is one coup, but the title piece, which spans the whole first side, ... See full review
added L.E.G. - The Dogs in You to their collection. over 2 years ago
submitted Simon Wickham-Smith - A Hidden Life And Other Works. over 2 years ago
submitted Martin Tétreault - Sofa so good. over 2 years ago
posted a review of Marc Matter - Nervous Breakthrough . over 2 years ago
By Frans de Waard / Vital weekly
It's been a while since I last heard the name Institut Fuer Feinmotorik being mentioned, but here Marc Matter, one of the members of that combo of turntablists (and also a member of The Durian Brothers), works as ... See full review
posted a review of Loïc Joseph & ArGil - Parallax Tapeloop / Trois Balades. over 2 years ago
By Frans de Waard / Vital weekly
There is no information on the cover at all, but according to the information that came along it's by Parallax Tapeloop, a duo of Argil and Loic Joseph and the music was created for an exhibition of paintings. You could ... See full review
posted a comment on Shelby Bryant - Shelby Bryant's Wurstmuzik . over 2 years ago
By Frans de Waard / Vital weekly
The closest we get to the world of pop music is with Shelby Bryant's Wurstmuzik. He released two albums of Smells Like Records some time ago, but I never heard them. This is pop music of the charming lo-fi kind and the ... See full review
submitted Marc Matter - Nervous Breakthrough . over 2 years ago
submitted Shelby Bryant - Shelby Bryant's Wurstmuzik . over 2 years ago
submitted Plochingen - 266 Minuscules Récepteurs Paraboliques. over 3 years ago
submitted Aymeric de Tapol - Méridiens. over 3 years ago
submitted Patrick Thinsy - Disappearances . over 4 years ago
submitted Woodger Speece, Thierry Burnhout - 14 Rhythms For Jamilla / This Beehive State. over 4 years ago
submitted L.E.G. - The Dogs in You . over 4 years ago
submitted Patrick Thinsy - Pth:Solo. over 4 years ago
added Martiensgohome & Pauwel de Buck - Brick Not Hit Back to their collection. over 4 years ago
submitted Penskypolchingen - Radio/Home. over 4 years ago
posted a review of Martiensgohome & Aymeric De Tapol - Plays Lost Foxes. over 4 years ago
Reviewed by Fabrice Allard at http://www.etherreal.com/spip.php?article4303

Martiensgohome est un collectif belge, basé à Bruxelles, travaillant à base de field recordings et de machines usées. Il est possible de les écouter tous les jeudi sur Radio ... See full review
posted a review of Martiensgohome - Abscons Depuis 1996. over 6 years ago
Creaig Dunton in brainwashed (here):

Consider this in the running for the "minimalist/maximalist" release of the year. While releasing an album on a USB flash drive is not a new thing, few of the ones thus far have had the same quality of presentation. ... See full review
posted a review of Martiensgohome - MGH Plays ULVER. over 6 years ago
norman record's blog

More industrial-tinged sound art & drone for you kiddies. Both tracks here are inspired by Ulver; bleak avant-rockers from Norway. I’m not sure what to say about this apart from the fact it’s shrouded in a blackly evil veil and ... See full review