Schlagwort-Archive: Experimental

MUTE SPEAKER – Dripfeeders

Here’s an unofficial soundtrack  for lovers of literature. The music you’re about to hear is inspired by Vurt, a science fiction novel by British author Jeff Noon.

First I must admit, neither have I heard of this book, nor have I read it. But MUTE SPEAKER’s latest release „Dripfeeders“ just came out today and thanks to him, now I’m even aware of the existence of this book.

Mute Speaker pieced those tracks together to give you an audible impression of how this novel, should/could sound the way this talented producer imagines it.

Nice drums lay down the fundament for well-picked samples, perfectly matched with nice synthesized landscapes, accompanied by dialogues, that make me feel, like I was at the movies.

So take your time and give it a try. I already put Vurt onto my „to-do-list“.

Enjoy!

Advertisements
Getaggt mit , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

MUTE SPEAKER – POST BLOCK

MUTE SPEAKER left a positive impression with last year’s first full lenght album „Smart Bomb“.
Since then, Rob O’Hara seems to have gone through a process, that now with his second full lenght release allows him to walk and mark new musical territories.
His latest excursions will lead the listeners from omnipresent hip hop (with MCing) to dub and, at least surprising for me, to r’n’b tracks. At first listen I was like: wtf? But as I gave it a second try, I even got into that.
I must admit, I’m the more strictly beats type guy, but some cuts have a voice to it for a reason. So don’t be shy, give it a try.
Favorite cuts: Freezer Burn – ft. Joel St.Julien and Launch Code 
Enjoy!
 
Getaggt mit , , , , , , , , , , ,

Rubber Beats Vol. III

East Flanders represent through Caoutchou Records latest release.

Rubber Beats Vol. III is packed with familiar artists, some artist you might have heard of, but half of them guys seem unknown to the scene, unless you are  an internet fiend and spent your days and nights stalking muthafuckers, which I hope you don’t do.

The mixture of ambient, dubstep, 8-bit game fun, hip hop flavored future beats and some serious deep shit offers sounds for each of your dark desires and  even might fill a gap in your collection of unheard ideas.

My favorite tunes were done by Anders Walldén, Ninjato and Lunz. Which are your’s?

To find an answer, listen and

enjoy!

Getaggt mit , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

POLOZOV – PEACE

POLOZOV from Russia debuts with a 6 track EP going by the name of Peace. And boy, the production has made a quantum leap since I heard some of his production for the first time. Electronic meets warm organic sounds, never missing a good amount of  bleeps.

Also I gotta say, I like the arrangements very much, giving you insight on every track of the musical carpet, he’s layering to give you what you might hear in a second or two, if you choose to listen to this.

All this is brought to you by OUTLIER RECORDINGS from BKLYN. Finally the EP features two remixes by the record label’s founders ODDLOGIC and WIE.

Enjoy!

Getaggt mit , , , , , , , , , ,

OKNAI – MYRTH

Always gotta keep your eyes and ears open and you will find nothing but beats and the beauty within, everywhere.

OKNAI from Slovenia, yes, they got heads too, drops some heavy tunes. Basically working with Ableton, the Monome, Trigger Finger and his laptop, he does really well on combining his glitches with hard hitting beats and a fistful of belly-warming bass, topped by minimalistic 8-Bit fragments.

His debut is going to hit the streets on october 18th. Ain’t a dream is the name. Be sure to check it out. CD will also be available.

Here’s an example of what he can do and the cover pic of his upcoming album.

Enjoy!

© 2011 Rob Bootle

Getaggt mit , , , , , , , , , , , ,