“Set your controls to the heart of the supernova. Gemini Revolution finds brothers Dedric and Delaney veering from their duties in Monta At Odds and into the uncharted star-field. Their album Supernova Remnant yields expansive results — kosmiche tones and analog textures blending into an intense brand of ambient extraction. Throughout Supernova Remnant, Gemini Revolution masterfully execute a push/pull effect with layers of sound, planting a feeling of time’s motion stuck in place.”
“Slow sketch vol. 1: Reflections of the ambient community presenta el trabajo de cuarenta artistas y proyectos que comparten nuestra reflexión sobre el mundo que nos rodea y recogen el testigo de nuestra propuesta para ofrecernos su calidez y sensibilidad a través de las máquinas.”
“Robotron is back with a new alias Noisesculptor. We can say ‘Nomen est omen’ – the EP brings uncompromising industrial stamping, noise-collages, apocalyptic vision of a post-war, future factory where only robots create metal parts for the endless lines of spaceships – all of this in a distant solar system. Asymmetric, dark pieces, remind you of Autechre at some points. A mature EP from Robert.”
“Omas FGT is one of the heads behind french label Plex Records. Omas has released once on his own house (plx001), plus a couple of loose tracks and remixes on compilations throughout Plex’s catalogue. Two years later and he has three other releases: ‘Frequency Modulation’, a five tracker on Telescope – built using only frequency modulation synthesis, and ‘Silver Bullet’ parts I and II on switzerland’s Psycle records as a collaborative project between the two labels. Both released this year. I hear that ‘Silver Bullet’ has been highly acclaimed by electronic music fans.
Martin Heinrich, named after the famous German chemist and professor, is no different from the usual Omas FGT style: Dark, echoing and rough on the edges IDM beats with a slight sense of melody and over-synthesised sound sources. This is a five tracker and spreads around 24 minutes with various edgy moods, some into beat deviations and others into more ambient surroundings, all to be filed under experimental. Enjoy!” – Pedro Leitão