“An open call for submissions for Bleepsequence’s 6th birthday led to an amazing collection of works geared towards open minded listeners. Never-ending thanks go out to all of our contributors and supporters over the years, and we hope you enjoy this bleeptastic journey through a diverse mosaic of sonic experimentation.”
“Our latest addition to the bleep crew, illocanblo, unravels a marvelous adventure for us with Sodag. Full of frisky clicks, lush tones, and unpredictable groove… genre need not apply.
In the classic blpsq tradition, some new and old friends and join the trip with diverse interpretations of the rich sonic material provided.”
“The influential and inspirational Monokrak master, Floating Mind, joins us for his first appearance on Bleepsequence. Six stripped down and straight up hot webfunk jams with the perfect touch of deep and atmospheric experimentalism. Sounds to submerge your soul.”
“A mix of our core artists came together for this special conceptual compilation, where each was tasked of creating two separate pieces residing in specific regions on the frequency spectrum. After submission they were then blindly combined with a complimentary piece without any arrangement editing. The end result was a successful exercise in randomized techno and telepathic collaboration, a perfect way to celebrate the inaugural edition of worldwide Netlabel Day!”
“It’s not easy to encapsulate the glory of open skies and mountainous landscapes, but Spotovsky brings forth his best effort to do so with this beautiful album Chapora, his first foray into the Bleepsequence universe. Get yourself into an epic mood, and enjoy your travels through swirls of deep dub techno and atmospheric jungle.”
“Drifting somewhere between cavernous head space and open air atmospheres, Bleupulp returns to bleepsequence with a mind expanding exercise in dub techno bliss. Tomzn, Revy, and Jay Phonic contribute to the release with bootleg space pirate renegade versions of the works, all created without the use of sample packs.”
“One of our contributing artists and great friends, Paul Zyla (Relative Q), suffered from a serious brain aneurysm in July 2014. He is still undergoing rehabilitation, but we are truly happy to still have him residing on this planet with us.
In an effort to help sustain the costs of medical expenses and other incidentals, all donations for this album will benefit Paul and his partner Tobin. You can select an amount by naming your price while downloading.
Special thanks to all the generous artists who contributed their music, and also to anyone who can donate and/or spread the word about the release. Please help a wizard out :)”