New album - Party like a Fireman by The Brown Christmas

2016-11-08 04:49:28 UTC

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Party like a Fireman" is a nonstop sonic journey of madness spanning just over an hour, with an overall beat driven, industrial, and darker ambient tone than some of our previous releases. That's not to say it's all doom and gloom. There are serval upbeat and comical moments, but they all eventually veer into an uncomfortable waking dream state. 

Track List


Macaroni Pudding - 04:02
Moon Garden - 02:28
Madman's Carriage Ride - 02:06
Hidden Caverns - 03:50
Atmospheric Reentry - 02:05
S T A N Stan - 03:55
Let's All Stan - 02:33
Everybody Stan - 04:01
Stan the Dancing Man - 07:27
Residual Babble - 00:58
Brown Mass - 03:48
There's Always Something in the Way - 04:14
Forever a Ghost - 03:36
Leather Slug - 04:19
Death's Sweet Grip - 02:58
Cataract Jack - 02:47
Nobody Knows what it's like to Eat My Dick (Tonight) - 08:24


Genre : electronic, experimental, ambient, dark, drone, improvisation, industrial, noise, psychedelic, synthpop, techno

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New album - Out of thin air by Dubtrak

2016-11-06 04:58:42 UTC

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Dubtrak, recording artist and music producer from Toronto, Canada has been delivering his unique blend of dub, global beats and trippy psytrance electronica since 2008.

Dubtrak’s music has been compared to The Orb, Underworld, Banco de Gaia and the like, but with extra organic ingredients, some exotic spices and unexpected twists.

"Out of thin air" is Dubtrak's 5th full-length release.  It represents quite a departure from earlier, bass-heavy,  psy-dub oriented grooves, found on the previous releases. Here Dubtrak experiments with some samples from those earlier albums but the sound goes through an ambient treatment, heavily processed into epic dream-like soundscape, as imagined through the prism of Dubtrak's other project, Intersonic Subformation. 

Track List


Departure - 05:58
Open waters - 04:53
Far away - 04:54
Embrace - 02:56
Audiofields - 05:27
Fire - 04:53
Fallen forest - 05:36
Secret - 04:07
Crossing - 06:24
Revelation - 05:40
Arrival - 05:58


Genre : electronic, abstract, ambient, guitar, bass, cinematic, dark, drone, dubstep, ethnostep, psytrance, soundscapes

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Simple Music by Orange Car Crash

2016-10-14 06:58:14 UTC

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Orange Car Crash is the solo project of Andrea Davì, current drummer for Mamuthones and Lay Llamas and co-founder of the musical collective The Beautiful Bunker.

The lineup of the band now features:

Nicola Alfine (guitar, synth, tapes),Nicola \"Nich\" Sanguin (guitar, percussion, voice) Amedeo Schiavon (Vibes, synth, multi percussion), Nicolò Masetto (double bass), Marco Valerio (electric bass), Ugo Ruggiero (drum), Mirko Brigo ( sound and live electronics).

Track List


  • Opposition - 03:14 
  • All The 72 Things You Are - 01:49 
  • Loop Loop Balendro - 02:41 
  • I'm Dogged - 01:36 
  • Mind The Gap - 05:03 
  • The New March - 01:49 
  • Just Before The Earthquake - 02:34 
  • Simple Things - 05:00 
  • The Hill's Theme - 07:05 
  • Serena - 06:53


Genre : alternative, drone, ethnological, forgery, minimal, noise, percussion, psychedelic

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These Are But Dreaming Men, Breathe and They Fade by Patkus

2016-10-06 00:00:00 UTC

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Somewhere at the intersection of modern classical, ambient, and post-rock, Philadelphia-based guitarist Patkus evokes nostalgia and contemplation through pulsating swirls of melody that pierce through clouds of harmonic distortion. “These Are But Dreaming Men, Breathe and They Fade” is Patkus’ third full-length album, building upon the idiosyncratic blend of influences and composition techniques heard on 2015’s “Colors.” Dedicated to the loss of his beloved grandmother, “These Are But Dreaming Men, Breathe and They Fade” mirrors Patkus’ journey from loss to acceptance; a search for catharsis tinged with hope.

Track List


  • Tamam Shud - 04:39 
  • The Doorbell Requiem of Catherine Philomena - 04:23 
  • Three Epicycles (or How a Poem on a Flagpole Told Me She Was Stars) - 09:23 
  • Intermission - 01:16 
  • Tamam Reprise - 04:08 
  • No God Rang the Bells - 05:35 
  • The Minutes - 04:56


Genre : alternative, ambient, drone, minimalism, post-rock, psychedelic

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