“Interdimensional Warlock provides a layer of high bandwidth, low frequency bass subroutines which integrate seamlessly into the Digital Distortions system architecture resulting in improved dancefloor nodes.”
“For the release of our first Queensland-based artist, we are stoked for CVU008 to have come from a connoisseur of all things electronic, and burgeoning producer, dj, and programmer: 88756.
88756’s multidisciplinary, focused approach to music and art has seen a torrent of releases since 2019, almost always accompanied by imagery generated through an automated video generator that was written in python. Concurrently, this approach has honed a certain sonic precision that is ever present in these tracks; everything from oldschool electro to modern polyrhythmic madness.
On remix duties – Olympic Pool Maintenance League, another one to watch in Brisbane – takes us through a mind-altering remix of Self, one that churns and wavers through a broken soundscape.”
“Presenting the 4th album on S27 from London’s prolific producer HATCH, this archive of tracks were created during the sessions that would become the ‘Writers Bench’, ‘Arcanoid’ and ‘Hatchism’ albums. You could consider Archive as the ‘B-Sides’ however we feel it easily holds its own as a standalone album.”
1. A Ghost Named Nora 03:57
2. A Ghost Named Orson 04:31
3. A Ghost Named Skin 04:28
4. A Ghost Named Ira 03:57
5. A Ghost Named Jimmy 03:22
6. A Ghost Named Ham 04:00
7. A Ghost Named Bickle 04:06
8. A Ghost Named Bruce 05:32
9. A Ghost Named Leon 05:41
“Information Ghetto a.k.a. Clapan is no stranger to the net music scene of the last 20 years. Even more than on the net, he is known for his vinyl records, especially in the techhouse area. And with this sound he is also present on his Phonocake release, but we span a wider range on the album, from melancholic dream-ambient, to blade runner like scene music, IDM electronica, to the title track, which lets us take off in a highly energetic, high-flying, ecstatic way, until we end in 10-minute techno pieces that also contain electronica. Have fun on this journey through the musical world of Information Ghetto.”
“This EP was an attempt to fight off the contradiction of living in the Screen during both working and creative time. Intended primarily for live performance, these tracks contain themes regarding the (often futile) fight against the domination of the Screen of our personal and professional lives.”
“Comparto parte de mi trabajo personal, recopilando experiencias de la noche under de montevideo antes de la cuarentena, combinando un fetiche por los sonidos acid combinados con elementos tech y house.
Siempre promoviendo la cultura underground de la región.”