Various : Fusion Compilation 12 [FN_52]

Tracklist:
01. Botanic Project – Делай своё дело
02. Audiophysical – Le Chat dans le mur (Cat Inside the Wall RMX) feat. FONZ’
03. Markyño – Zen Habitat (Efimera)
04. Nyctophiliac – Murderous Intent
05. PVNDV – FlOOR
06. MEMPHIS X MCTR – INSIDIOUS
07. Nick R 61 – Lhasa
08. Veled – Kay1p Nesil
09. Eddie A – Another Phase
10. Sisters On Wire – Parallel World

Release page (Internet Archive)
Direct download (MP3)

Format: 10 x File, Compilation, MP3/320 kbps
Released: 1 Feb 2019
Style: Ambient, Jazz, Downtempo, Experimental, Fusion, Glitch, Hip Hop, Industrial, Trip Hop, Reggae

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B.NEGATIV : Cortex / Alkaloids [self-released]

“I’ve recorded those tracks over the space of 2 weeks with limited equipment but a wide array of balanced, and no so balanced thoughts going through my mind.

Both tracks are quite different and represent different styles of man-machine made music that influenced me, some is heavier and more aggressive, and some of it is more atmospheric and dramatic.”

Download page (Soundcloud)

Format: 2 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 10 Feb 2019
Style: Techno, Industrial, Minimal

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Hatch : Arcanoid [S27-168]

“A heavy-hitting masterpiece that deserves some recognition. Hatch (aka London’s Eugene Rowlett) could have easily been pulled for a Gescom or Fear Ratio collaboration where large sandblasted electro rhythms smash against acid, funk, hip-hop, and ultra wide basslines.

Eleven tracks spread across old-school breaks and low-end vibrations, Hatch manifests the grit, debris, and robust machine rhythms from start to end. A stream of melodic slivers glide through each piece as thick drums punch through at every angle. Some tracks are faster-paced electro shards such as the aptly titled and powerful ‘Hatch-Hop’ which could easily be its own genre—massive kick-drums, heavy bass thuds, and a menacing groove.

‘Dopple’ drenches the above-mentioned styles into the shadows with a darker surrounding strain. ‘Extroliated’ maneuvers its acid line through snappy percussive rhythms that mid-90s Plastikman fans would have eaten up. Slowing the production to a walking pace, ‘Block’ drives through downtempo corridors where ambient sheets and wind instruments float to the surface while heavyweight drums take center-stage.
There are a few samples strewn in here and there as noted on the excellent ‘We Can Make It’—where wide-angled percussive jolts bust through the acidic undercurrent. Arcanoid is definitely a highlight for 2018, its breaks, bass, 808s, and hatch-hop blend of graffiti electro is a welcomed addition to the digital library. (igloomag.com)”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 11 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 25 Nov 2018
Style: Acid, Industrial, Electro

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Various : Progreso [ROOM.006]

“FREE DOWNLOAD.”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 10 x File, Compilation, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 8 Jan 2018
Style: Techno, Industrial

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Various : Equilibrio V.A. [ROOM.005]

Equilibrio consists of 7 songs from new producers and others more established and can be downloaded for free on Bandcamp.”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 7 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 4 Dec 2017
Style: Techno, Industrial

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Lustbader : The Space Between [self-released]

Tracklist:
1. The Space Between (Us)
2. The Space Between (Being)

Release page (Soundcloud)
Direct download (Track 1)
Direct download (Track 2)

Format: 2 x File, EP, MP3, 320 kbps
Released: 23 Oct 2017
Style: Synth-Pop, Ambient, Drone, Industrial

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Cornfield : A Thousand Paper Cranes [CR007]

Tracklist:
1. Radiation 06:06
2. A Thousand Paper Cranes 07:12
3. Radiation (Brulée Interpretation) 07:52

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 3 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 5 Oct 2017
Style: Techno, Industrial

Originally posted by bassandspace.com