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Experimental Music

  • The Overload Subreddit – Left-field and Lo-fi House and Techno

    Dave Wesley, October 23rd 2018

    I’ve been really getting into Reddit lately as an alternative to the usual suspect social media outlets.  One of my favorite subreddits is The Overload, which describes itself as: “A sub for unconventional club music. Ebm, noise, house, lo-fi music, techno, hardware jams, acid, chicago house, detroit techno Labels like L.I.E.S, Hessle Audio, Raster Noton, […]

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    • Vicksburg.Glacier – Remixed Lo-fi Vintage Blues

      Dave Wesley, September 17th 2018

      With music production software is now ubiquitous and available to anyone with a smartphone, tablet, and/or PC, some amazing esoteric sub-sub-sub-genres and online communities have emerged that deserve attention (i.e. vaporwave, aestheic, simpsonwave, club bathroom remixes, and lo-fi anything, etc.).  As a producer, it’s all so very fascinating, especially given that my productions over the last […]

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      • Imprec Fundraiser Sale

        Adas Butler, January 10th 2018

        From Merzbow to Matmos, Acid Mothers Temple to William Basinski, Important Records has released some of the most vital artists working in electronic, experimental and noise forms. Now they’re having a clear-up to raise funds for a new office and have made a bunch of unique test pressings available, as well as exciting bundles of […]

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        • Preston Field Audio – PFA

          Adas Butler, November 10th 2017

          Esoteric field recordings from the North of England. This one a soundtrack to a town. Dive in: “Following 2016’s Rhythm Tree Fell [concrete tapes], PFA sees Carl Brown redeploy for another full length offering, illustrating 4 scenes in 4 corners of Preston, Lancashire. The release is indebted to a sense of care, illustrated by the […]

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          • Jan Jelinek’s “Temple Of Faitiche” Radio Shows

            Dave Wesley, November 5th 2017

            Saying that I’m an obsessive fan of Jan Jelinek (and his label Faitiche) is a huge understatement.  His participation in the invention of minimal techno, within the context of his own unique experimental music context, is a huge influence on me and my approach to music production. I’ve just discovered that Jan is producing radio […]

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            • Gabriel Saloman – Movement Building Vol. 3

              Adas Butler, September 22nd 2017

              Movement Building Vol. 3 by Gabriel Saloman Ex-Yellow Swan and all-round interesting man Gabriel Saloman returns with the third (and final) instalment of his ambient ‘Movement Building’ collections. Like the others, it doesn’t shy away from the brooding, the tense and the disquieting. But it also lifts on those crashing chords, a sense of the industrial […]

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              • Christina Kubisch / ELEH – IMPREC451

                Adas Butler,

                Artist Christina Kubisch brings together this fascinating link-up with the mysterious minimalist analog ELEH. Excitement is high and to top it all, it’s her first release on legendary label Important Records.  Some excerpts of what to expect when it’s released in November are available to listen to on the release page, also check out a […]

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                • loscil – Drained Lake

                  Dave Wesley, September 13th 2017

                  Having done some work designing music for dance and visual media, I appreciate a magic combination when I experience it…  This piece is amazing and emotional.  Loscil is one of my artistic heroes.  I’m really confused why you don’t have all of his releases. Music by loscil Choreographed and Performed by Vanessa Goodman Video by Scott […]

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                  • Repost – Wire Mix: Lucrecia Dalt

                    Dave Wesley, August 24th 2017

                    Leftfield and informative mix by Lucrecia Dalt for The Wire magazine.

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