Friday, March 4, 2011

Louis Sclavis - L'imparfait Des Langues (2007)

Bumped post from 1/5/09
Did anyone ask for a cup of jazz reinvented? Louis Sclavis is the man and I present to you his latest album on the famous ECM label. The man has worked with jazz in a wide variety of contexts from combining it with French folk music (he happened to be the first one to do so) to free jazz. This particular very fresh album of jazz has grown to be one of my absolute favorites in the genre, at least from our time.


Louis Sclavis - Lost On The Way (2009) [320]

Bumped post from 7/8/09
Louis Sclavis is a symbol for European jazz. This album is very thematic, creates distinct moods and atmospheres, reminding me of a variety of films. It manages to loosen up for more free improvisational chapters without losing the feel of it all. Sclavis is renowned for bringing in elements of other genres in his jazz, sometimes Lost On The Way sounds like modern classical through the composition or rock or funk through the electric bass or guitar.


Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Whitewater Orgasm - A Sad Way To Swallow (2010) [320]

Here I am, promoting another great album by my good friend. Some of you might've checked out his previous alum "Lust Year" which I posted earlier this year, depending on whether you liked that or were horribly disgusted (perhaps both) you might want to give this a try.

Whitewater Orgasm once again surprises us with some of the most offensive and extreme soundscapes of harsh noise. Albeit familiar to the previous album "Lust Year", "A Sad Way To Swallow" refuses to sink into the exact same formula, of just noise walls + feedback + mind-blowingly harsh vocals, instead this time features further experimentation into the realms of soundscapes and eerie sound manipulation.

1. Nothing Good Will Ever Happen Again (3:05)
2. Imaginary Hospital (3:00)
3. Not Much Left From What There Never Was (2:58)
4. Endjoy (2:08)
5. Layers of Supressed Dreams (5:14)
6. You Will Drown In White Water (3:06)
7. Drenched in the Substance of Pleasure (7:13)
8. Wet Glass Orgasm (2:41)
9. Among The Sick (5:18)
10. Sexual Frustration and Suicide (7:38)
11. White Beach And The Intentional Freezing To Death (6:59)

320 download

This album is also available for purchase at Rainbow Bridge Recordings:

Friday, May 21, 2010

Dead Links & Mediafire

Mediafire has banned the account that hosted 90% of the mediafire links on this blog and taken down the files on that account. There is just no way I can realistically be arsed to upload all of those albums again and sort them into the right posts etc. So what I'm going to do I'm gonna try re.upload every album that was requested so far which is about 15-20 albums and then put them in this post. So if you requested an album to be reuploaded, just bookmark this post and I'll get it up here in time.

God - Possession

Erik Satie - 3 Gymnopédies and Other Works

Boredoms - Super Roots 10

Whitewater Orgasm - Lust Year

Family Underground - Future Bread

DNA - A Taste of DNA

Blurt - Bullets for You

Cluster - II

Boris - Smile Live

Giuseppe Ielasi - Aix

Friday, April 23, 2010

Chu Ishikawa - Tetsuo I-II OST (1998) [FLAC/V0]

While I at first listen was hoping for more than just a couple of tracks from the first movie. I remember the OST in the first movie being very memorable and somehow some years later I stumbled upon this and just had to check it out. I was slightly disappointed upon listening, most of the tracks are from the second movie, which is unfortunately not nearly as enchanting .

Tetsuo I is a great movie I'll recommend to anyone with an interest in awesome old school effects in a cyberpunkish aesthetic. If you haven't seen it already of course. Check out the awesome trailer on youtube.

Tetsuo I-II OST is still fairly decent if you can live with how cheesy it is at times. It's built around various percussion including metal percussion complemented with synths.




I plan on refreshing most dead links on the site within a short future. I've begun with refreshing the links for DNA on DNA / A Taste of DNA and When I Was Young. So far I've wrote down the following to be refreshed.

God - Possesion
Khanate - Clean hands go foul
Boredoms - Super roots 10
Giuseppe Ielasi - Aix
Kilimanjaro Darkjazz[...] - Mutations ep
Boris - Feedbacker
Nels Cline - Coward
Mars - The Complete Studio Recordings

If you know any other dead links on the blog, let me know either here in the comments or in the comments of the certain post. Thanks.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Astrid Monroe & Genesis P-Orridge - When I Was Young (2004) [V0]

Subtle, somewhat minimal trip-hop creates a stripped down atmosphere through repetitive drums, melodies and basslines. With Genesis' manipulated words echoing throughout the pieces. Although seemingly unspectacular, I quite fancy the eeriness that is prevalent throughout the record. I can't seem to help cycling back to this. I don't know how much creative input Genesis had in this but it seems to me to mostly be Astrid Monroe.


Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Boris - Smile Live At Wolf Creek (2008) [V2]

Status report: This place isn't dead just yet. I've been occupied with work. I was without a computer a while etc. A lot of different reasons contributed really. I haven't had as much time on my hands to find music, much less make posts about it here.

Since Pink and onward we've been tought to be skeptical of new Boris releases. As this came out after Smile (which wasn't bad, but not that great either) my hopes weren't too high. Listening to CD1 it's pretty much what I'd expect from such pink-ish tracks, it sounded similar to what I heard when I saw them live during the Smile tour, some nice high-pace moments but often annoying with Atsuo's outbursts of "wooh"s and "yeah"s.

The last 50 minutes of CD2 however (beginning with No Ones Grieve), was something completely different, it blew me away, I haven't heard such fabulous droning and noising from Boris in years. Sure, it should've been expected seeing as the last 3 tracks are the ones that make the studio version worthwhile as well. With this I think the Smile Live album actually outdoes both the Southern Lord studio and the Diwphalanx studio Smile, yet it's still remarkably unappreciated in comparison, which is why I wanted to post it here. Worth getting for CD2.

scene V2

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Whitewater Orgasm - Lust Year (2010) [320]

Lust Year is the most recent solo release by Santeri who runs Instrument Normal with me. In this album he delves into the abyss of harsh noise, ranging from wallnoise to ear piercing isolated feedback to delicious angsty screams. But it also delves into some ambient, sometimes buried under the noise, sometimes entirely by itself. This really is one of the most harsh creations I've ever heard and I'd recommend it to anyone who'd like such a thing.


Thursday, January 7, 2010

Instrument Normal - Concerning The Nature Of The Universe (2009) [FLAC/320/V0/V2]

Hey. Some of you might already be familiar with this project, it's a project I run together with a Finnish friend of mine where we delve into the universe of noise, dark ambient and other forms of fucked up soundscapes and sonic experimentations. This was officially released last year somewhere in September, thought I'd eventually post it here as well.

I don't feel like talking too much about it since I feel as if I have to "whore myself out" in order to instill interest, but nonetheless.

Being completely instrumental it is a album that holds different meaning to both me and Santeri, I believe it could hold a meaning to you as well, therefore I don't want to spoil your own process of discovering this audial experience. However if you're interested, some of our thoughts concerning the piece are included in a .txt file.

Working links:




Monday, December 21, 2009

Can - Tago Mago (1971) [320]

Classic krautrock album, uploaded for a bro.


Saturday, December 19, 2009

Groupe de Recherches Musicales - Musique Concrète (1960) [FLAC/V0]

"Following the emergence of differences within the GRMC Pierre Henry, Philippe Arthuys, and several of their colleagues, resigned in April 1958. Schaeffer created a new collective, called Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) and set about recruiting new members including Luc Ferrari, François-Bernard Mâche, Iannis Xenakis, Bernard Parmegiani, and Mireille Chamass-Kyrou. Later arrived Ivo Malec, Philippe Carson, Romuald Vandelle, Edgardo Canton and Francois Bayle"

This release features a couple of very obscure composers that still measure up, as well as some more known such as Iannis Xenakis and Pierre Schaeffer. Being released 1960, classics like these still far outdo most dark ambient / other modern music made with today's technology in terms of pure atmosphere.

A1 Iannis Xenakis - Diamorphoses
A2 Luc Ferrari - Étude Aux Sons Tendus
A3 Michel Philippot - Ambiance I
B1 Henri Sauguet - Aspects Sentimental
B2 Pierre Schaeffer - Étude Aux Sons Animés
B3 Luc Ferrari - Étude Aux Accidents
B4 Pierre Schaeffer - Étude Aux Allures

Note: This rip was made from a old (obviously) vinyl that was very crackly / poppy, personally I don't alter rips with healing / restoration software, you may do so yourself if you'd like.

Note2: I made a mistake in the tags, I wrote Musique Concréte as album title, it's supposed to be Musique Concrète of course. I noticed it just now as I was listening to it, can't be assed with reuploading for such a mundane fix.

Note3: This is a mono recording, I saw no purpose in keeping the files stereo, hence the small file / archive sizes.



Friday, December 18, 2009

Boris - Japanese Heavy Rock Hits Vol. 4 [7"] (2009) [24.96FLAC/FLAC/V0]

Here it is, surprise. Unlike the others this is just one song. Despite being very pop-rockish, mellowing out towards the end, it's actually quite listenable, nothing I'd keep on repeat for too long though. Wata shares her very average singing voice, sorry, she's a great guitarist but I really don't see why so many of the Boris fans want her to do more vocals.

At first I thought this whole 7" series was quite ridiculous, it seemed more like a folly to print expensive exclusive releases without actually much content. Now, I'm actually quite glad they didn't make an album out of these, it would've been a horrible album. Being a series of 7" singles it never really aroused much anticipation or expectation and is therefore a great excuse for being less than stellar. I understand that sometimes you just want to release material without having that perfectionist burden hanging over your shoulders, at least that's how I'd feel. I wouldn't pay 100$ for this on ebay myself, am I really that bad for wanting to listen to it anyway? Perhaps I am.

24bit/96khz FLAC



Thursday, December 17, 2009

Boris - Japanese Heavy Rock Hits Vol. 3 [7"] (2009) [24.96FLAC/FLAC/V0]

BUMP: I'm whoring out to your wishes and am posting FLACs for your enjoyment. Made it quite a few days ago actually, however I had internet issues and I've been busy so I haven't found an opportunity to post it until now.

More post-rock than the previous two volumes. I enjoyed this one more than the horrible vol.2 but this is still nothing fantastic. I was however requested to post the links to all volumes. After being threatened to a lawsuit by southern lord I feel all the more tempted.

24bit/96khz FLAC



Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Krister Linder - Metropia (2009) [FLAC/V0]

Saw the premiere screening of this movie at Stockholm film festival, where they gave me the soundtrack as a gift. Thought I'd share it as an universal recommendation, not just music-wise. The soundtrack is ambient, sometimes venturing into darker moods, sometimes a little too cheesy for my taste, it's catchy though. Script/story-wise this movie is nothing fantastic, rather hollywoodian. The main enjoyable factor in this movie is the visual atmosphere it creates through it's innovative 2-d animation, how it depicts the bleak dystopian not-so-far-future world. Check it out.



Saturday, November 14, 2009

Natural Snow Buildings - The Wheel of Sharp Daggers (2008) [V0]

An often overlooked tape in the Natural Snow Buildings discography, could be because it was limited to 135 copies all hand-numbered with hand-painted inserts. However it deserves recognition as one of their better releases.


Friday, November 13, 2009

Still - Remains (2005) [FLAC/V0]

Still, former Dälek member's solo album Remains. Still is mostly associated with earlier Dälek days when they embraced a much darker sound, most prominently heard on "Absence". Remains is a album of harsh, dark soundscapes. In a way it's very much what you'd expect from a solo album from Stills, kind of like Absence without the creative influence of the other members, isolated.


V0 (new link)

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Coil - Love's Secret Domain (1991) [V0]

ACID ACID ACID. The pinnacle of Coil's more energetic fucked up electronica aspect. Results vary from mind fuckery to catchy moments to bad trips.

Uploaded for a friend/by request.


Saturday, October 24, 2009

Boris - Japanese Heavy Rock Hits Vol. 2 [7"] (2009) [FLAC/V0]

The first track of Vol. 2 is actually quite appalling, it tries very hard to become avant-garde or ironic or something and it just turns out to be as bad as it actually is.

Second track doesn't try very hard to be better, but it's a much more subtle experience and a much stronger one as well.

Overall I found it very disappointing, but the second track is listenable. I never really had much expectation on this series at all, but vol.1 at least came off as very catchy. After reading the comments on the first volume, I'm sure there are plenty of you that want to hear this for yourselves though, so here it is.



Sunday, October 18, 2009

Faust - Hamburg Studio Sessions 2009 (2009) [FLAC&V0]

Classic krautrock band Faust. Released on CD-R, limited to 400 copies and sold during tour.

Does at time border to drone music, very rich in texture and never dragging out a song for a too long time.

Pix from the show.

FLAC (re-up)


Thursday, October 15, 2009

Muslimgauze - United States of Islam (1991) [FLAC&V0]

Layers of minimal percussion come together and form a humble ambient soundscape. His work and sound is inspired by the muslim world, he is a known supporter of palestine and much of his work focus on the Isreali-Palestinian conflict. Plays all the instruments himself.

FLAC (re-up)

V0 part 1
V0 part 2

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Incapacitants - Lon Guy (2009) [V0]

Didn't like this one all too much, but at least it gets better towards the end. Thought some of you might still be interested in hearing it for yourselves though. 


If you're new to Incapacitants I much more recommend "As Loud As Possible", which is much more interesting and engaging. I re-uploaded the FLAC of that album as a bonus.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Hanatarash - 2 (1988) [256]

Take the extremes of no wave and multiply them several times. Take your typical japanese insanity and multiply it several times. 

Hanatarash is Yamaysuka eYe (best known from Boredoms) and Mitsuru Tabata (best known from Zeni Geva). Hanatarash was as much art in sound as it was performance art in destruction.


Monday, October 5, 2009

Le Syndicat - Sardanapale (1991) [FLAC&V0]

Uploaded by request.

Somewhat old school industrial sometimes noisy beats etc.

FLAC part 1
FLAC part 2
FLAC part 3


Prurient - Rose Pillar (2009) [24.96FLAC/FLAC/V0]

I checked this out without any expectations (didn't like "And Still, Wanting") and was positively surprised, and I can't deny that this guy has gained some respect of mine after he raped my ears at No Fun Fest.

Tries to invoke some sort of terror atmosphere by the means of dark ambient soundscapes in combination with some harsh vocals and noisings.

24/96 FLAC

FLAC part 1
FLAC part 2


Saturday, September 26, 2009

Boris - Japanese Heavy Rock Hits Vol. 1 [7"] (2009) [24.96FLAC/FLAC/V0]

I admit I did raise some expectations of this being some new drone release as I was listening to the intro, however this punky mix of psych rock, noise rock, bordering on pop at times, is still listenable. Reminiscent of Smile and Pink but with somewhat more detailed songs.

This is volume 1 out of upcoming 4 volumes, which I will probably post too if they turn out to be good.

Printed on purple vinyl.

24bit/96khz FLAC part 1
24bit/96khz FLAC part 2
24bit/96khz FLAC part 3



Thursday, September 24, 2009

Current 93 - I Have A Special Plan For This World (2000) [FLAC/V2]

I guess I was planning to post this sooner or later. Blog named after this.

David Tibet reading a collection of loosely related poems, written by the cult poet Thomas Ligotti, over some dark ambient soundscapes and sound manipulations.


FLAC part 1
FLAC part 2

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Karlheinz Stockhausen - Helikopter-Quartett [Arditti String Quartet] (1996) [V0]

Uploaded by request.

Helicopter quartet. A string quartet recorded with each musician in a separate running helicopter mid air, with the noise of the engines and the blades. Not Stockhausen's best but does build up a tension, an anxious atmosphere. Might be a good starting point if you're looking into Stockhausen, it depends on where you're coming from, though I'd anyway recommend Elektronische Musik over this. 

The Youtube clip above is from the film about Helikopter Quartett which I can more heartily recommend. I'm considering uploading an encode of it here later. Stay tuned.


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Natural Snow Buildings - Shadow Kingdom [2xCD Edition] (2009) [V2]

Fantastic new double album from Natural Snow Buildings. On par with Slayer of the King of Hell, Night Coercion in the Company of Witches and The Dance of the Moon and the Sun. This is the double CD edition, there is also a triple vinyl and double CD edition.

Comes with a comic.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

Monday, September 14, 2009

In Slaughter Natives - Resurrection (2004) [FLAC/V0]

Follow up post to: Enter Now The World

His final release after 8 years since the last album. Subtitled "The Return of a King" comes off as slightly conceited, but what a great return. In Slaughter Natives has created some of the finest martial industrial to ever come out of Cold Meat Industry.


FLAC part 1

FLAC part 2
FLAC part 3
FLAC part 4

Techno Animal - Re-Entry (1995) [FLAC/V0]

Uploaded by request.

Genre would be electro / ambient with hints of a influence from industrial.

Since someone doesnt want these up on megaupload mediafire etc. I've cleared some space on my personal dropbox. Links up for a somewhat limited time, will delete when I need space for something else. RAR archives encrypted, password is "" without the citation marks of course.

Write your email in the comments for a link.

Friday, September 11, 2009

8 Eyed Spy - Live (1981) [320]

One of the very few Lydia Lunch-related projects with actually redeemable qualities, none thanks to her however. It is also said that she hated the band while she was in it. A very short lived story, literally, the bassist George Scott III, probably better known for his efforts in James Chance & The Contortions, died of a heroin overdose the same year as they released this live recording on cassette and the band split up.


The Bear Quartet - 89 (2009) [V2]

The new album of Bear Quartet. It delivers a little of that darker experimental stuff we hear on Eternity Now but it's mostly in a much more accessible pop or rock format which I don't care for much. Anyway Bear Quartet is a band I respect despite releasing albums like these, and I'd listen pretty much anything they'd decide to release anyway.

V2 scene

Friday, September 4, 2009

Charles Bukowski - Poems and Insults (1973) [V0]

As much of a treat it is to read Bukowski it's a whole different experience to hear him read it for you. 2 live performances where he read various poems including many of his best.

v0 part 1
and part 2

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Boredoms - Super æ (1998) [FLAC]

Uploaded by request.

Most of you know of the Japanese experimentalists Boredoms already. I think I might prefer this album over slightly younger, slightly more accessible little brother VCN, mainly because of all the fantastic experimental sounds found throughout this album.

High res scans inside.

FLAC part 1
FLAC part 2
FLAC part 3
FLAC part 4
FLAC part 5

Monday, August 17, 2009

Family Underground - Future Bread (2006) [V0]

Droney soundscapes in an improvisational free folk spirit. Features much sound-manipulation similar to that of electro-acoustic music. From Denmark actually, so my theory of 'no good music could ever spring from Denmark' has been proven wrong.


Now if you excuse me I'll go listen to some Natural Snow Buildings, this really got me into that mood.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Nathan Youngblood - Asunder (2007) [V2]

Dark Ambient album released on Steve Roach's label (recommended). Has very nice tone and development. Listen to it loud to grasp all the details, or else it kind of defeats the point.


Sunday, August 9, 2009

Karlheinz Stockhausen - Elektronische Musik 1952-60 (1991) [FLAC&v0]

Even if it does feel a bit cliché to post this album I feel a responsibility to do so. Stockhausen was one of the first to create music that can be considered an art of sound. By super-imposing sine waves he managed to construct the sounds themselves from their very basic structure. This is a compilation from some of his work during the years 1952-1960. The somewhat chaotic series of sounds create a rather mellow atmosphere despite their unpredictability and can still be compared to the modern noise music of today. An absolutely must-hear album. Genius or garbage, you decide.

FLAC part 1
FLAC part 2
FLAC part 3


Thursday, July 16, 2009

Aluk Todolo - Finsternis (2009) [V2]

Much more obsessive in it's rhythms compared to it's predecessor "Descension" (go to post), keeping the same drum pattern throughout most of the album, making it feel like a ritual that you are taking part in. Starts out with feedbacking dissonant improvisations which almost take on an epic feel at times, works it way to lose form and shape and be crushed by the walls of sound of shrieking amps and distortion pedals by the end of the album.


Aluk Todolo - Descension (2007) [V2]

Dark krautrock built around noisy, dissonant walls of sound or eerie ambient improvs. Inspired by black metal in it's raw, dark, ritualistic outlet. Repetition in combination with improvisation.


Monday, July 6, 2009

Neurosis & Jarboe - S/T (2003) [V0]

I just recently saw Neurosis live and it reminded me of this album, and how many Neurosis appreciators are completely ignorant to it's existence. Metalheads who only like Neurosis for their riffs or "brutal" sound will not like this album. People who listen to Neurosis in appreciation for the combination of dissonance and ambient to heavier, crushing even epic sounds, will probably love this album. It revolves around much more synth with drums rather than the guitars, with Jarboe's very dynamic voice giving it a gothic feel. I really can't pidgeonhole this into a genre but it has elements of post-punk, sludge, doom metal or even post-rock.

V0 part 1
V0 part 2

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Fripp & Eno - (No Pussyfooting) (1973, 2008 remaster) [V0]

Uploaded by request.

Robert Fripp, Brian Eno. Two legendary names in development modern avant-garde music. This album has proved to be one of the absolute most influential albums to the development of modern drone and ambient music. It features two tracks, The Heavenly Music Corporation, Swastika Girls and edited versions of those tracks, reversed, half speed etc. This is the 2008 double disc rerelease/remaster featuring even more versions of the tracks on CD2 and has the tracks split up in random parts, I guess the label figured it'd sell more that way. I never really liked Swastika Girls that much but I guess it's a decent loop-experiment for it's time. The Heavenly Music Corporation never seems to fail to take you away though.

V0 part 1
V0 part 2

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Blurt - Bullets For You (1984) [320]

No wave-reminiscent jazz post-punk. Blurt is a must-hear in case anyone missed out on them, quite known for their great lives among other things. This is not their best album, but well worth a listen, being the last album with the original lineup, works good as a starter point.

You can watch some live videos here:
You can also buy some merch from that site.

320 mp3 (fixed link)

Friday, June 12, 2009

Louis Sclavis Sextet - Les violences de Rameau (1996) [FLAC&V0]

A fantastic avant-gardian jazz album with influences from the renaissance, reminiscent of classical music at times. Louis Sclavis doesn't disappoint.



Drudkh - Microcosmos (2009) [V2]

New drudkh album.

mp3 v2-scene

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

In Slaughter Natives - Enter Now The World (1991) [FLAC&V0]

An essential martial industrial album off Cold Meat Industry. Epic, dark soundscapes and martial stompage.



Sunday, May 24, 2009


Normally I'd never post anything as inane as a youtube link. But these are truly great pieces of art.

My favorite is Day Two. Watch in HD.

Day One. -32° 54' 35.66", +151° 45' 26.45"

Day Two. -32° 55' 40.32", +151° 46' 5.49"

Day Three. -32° 54' 28.38", +151° 46' 11.60"

Monday, May 18, 2009

Gridlock - Formless (2003) [CD&Vinyl-V0]

Probably Gridlock's most sophisticated album, shows a great deal of maturity yet still contains the distinctiveness of their earlier more straight-forward industrial / rhythmic noise material. Perfectly merging harsh abrasive, indeed formless, rhythms with beautiful ambient soundscapes, this being their last album leans more toward IDM. But in a way IDM feels like an insult to such a mature album like this, just glowing of analog warthm, in difference of the digital clones, who just relish on cheap software, and are otherwise found in the genre. Do not let the word IDM scare you off this fantastic record, this is unlike any other IDM.

What I post here is both the 2xvinyl version and the CD version. The CD version was the one I fell in love with. The differences aren't big. The track order is different. Some tracks are about 10-15 seconds longer on the vinyl, and the last ambient outro track is extended by about 5 minutes. The CD version has these interludes which are missing on the vinyls. I don't reckon either one is the "best" so to speak, the vinyl one feels tighter, while the CD has lower bass and clearer high end.

New links!


Vinyl V0

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Throbbing Gristle - The Third Mind Movements (2009) [FLAC&V0]

Here's the new Throbbing Gristle if anyone missed it, was exclusively sold at live performances in US, April 2009. The first five minutes I was slightly sceptic, but I'm definitely not disappointed. This feels great after "The Endless Not", which itself wasn't bad, it just didn't feel TG, it felt Coil-ish. TTMM is more subtly powerful, eerie, creepier and probably better, slightly reminiscent of some of their early stuff. I don't think they could ever outshine their earlier years though and I don't think that's what they're trying to accomplish either.

FLAC part 1
FLAC part 2
FLAC part 3
FLAC part 4

V0 part 1
V0 part 2

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

SoiSong - xAj3z (2009) [256]

Hooray, the new SoiSong album, it too surprises us with a bizarre shape. It's not nearly as fantastic as qxn948s, but it's definitely worth hearing for anyone who likes ambient / experimental electronic music.

download 256 (re-upload)