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Kahvi Collective
Sep 9, 2003
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A selection of tracks released at Assembly 2003, Helsinki, Finland. Some tracks were entered into various music competitions and others were featured on a special YLEQ radio show in which several of Kahvi`s artists were interviewed.
Topic: IDM

8bitpeoples
Sep 15, 2003
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This album marked a definite change in approach for me. Hello World is decidedly simpler and more playful than my previous works. Full of bleeps and bloops, its charm lays within its childish flaws.
Topics: Electronic, Bleep

Monotonik
Sep 16, 2003
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The Commodore 64 is still one of the most amazing-sounding pieces of musical kit of the past 20 years. And, fresh from his acclaimed "Papaya EP" 7" on Bleep Street Records, which mixes up vocoders with divine SID riddims, Swedish wiz Goto80 shows us why the pure sound of the C64 is still king. "Monkeywarning", his debut release for Monotonik, is an 11 minute megamix of idm.tracks _purely_ composed on the Commodore 64 (no wimpy SIDStation action here), with only mixing...
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Sep 16, 2003
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When we were approached by US idm-er Pliant, who you may know as the label-boss of the superb videogame.elektronik.otaku peeps, Systorm Technologies, and the mastermind behind the experimental idm-ish video label, Frogbomb, and he said he had an entire album available for release on Monotonik.. well, needless to say, we jumped at the chance. And actually, we're still jumping now. "Maruera Gum" takes the acclaimed "Zelda's Windmill" from the Pliant/Bokatsu "1UP"...
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Sep 16, 2003
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We're very proud to present the first release on Monotonik from Secede , a Dutch-based artist who's just starting to get a lot of buzz online, with a remix featured on the hotly anticipated Machine Drum remix CD due out on Merck pretty soon, plus a full length solo CD (also on Merck ) to follow. So, this 4-track EP is a perfect introduction to the lush, melodic and intelligent sound of Secede, with the first track, "Depart & Arrive", cutting up a gorgeous ambient waltz with the...
Topic: Electronic

8bitpeoples
Sep 17, 2003
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Part two of this series shows my love and heart break of 2002. Being the sister to the first EP. Its sound is rather similar, except with a cleaner electronic sound. Created with the sounds of a melo-sonic and yet even more toy keyboards. Sexual references remain the focal point.
Topic: Electronic

8bitpeoples
Sep 17, 2003
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Part one of this two part series shows me flex my muscles as a lo-fi, sex god, rock star. Unlike all of my earlier multitracked work, this was mostly sequenced with a pc and a commodore128. Sounds ripped from a talking wrist watch, my house doorbell, a mac lc and many toy keyboards such as the casio vl-tone in "one vanquished leopard."
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Sep 18, 2003
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This piece of trickjazztical funknology comes at you outta Staten Island.. uhh.. Sweden, and monkeys around with your peridontal atrium in a wondrous, Squarepusher meets Ninja Tune style. Gotta love that that cut-up style courtesy of Sushi Brother, who's aka Balrog of m211-affiliated furry animals, TPOLM. See, Spot, see the scratching, see the oldskool samples, see the twisty synth riffs and brass hits, run, Spot, be very fearful indeed..
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Sep 18, 2003
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From the weirdly melodic but skewed Swede, Sushi Brother, comes this piece of jaunty, twisty, jazzfunkbreak-ish music thats almost completely uncategorisable.. If you start to mention Squarepusher meeting the fellow Swedes from the Dot label in an underpass somewhere, maybe.. well maybe thats a laughable comparison :) But its the only one weve got, so check out the feisty, squirmy lead and the spaz-out interludes and nod in disagreement..
Topic: Electronic

Kahvi Collective
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Kahvi is proud to feature an exclusive track by the master himself, Esem. Gentle melodies abound in this Plaid-inspired work. Nominal beats and subtle qualities create a track to delight and inspire. Listen and listen again, while more depth is revealed each time...
Topic: IDM

Kahvi Collective
Sep 21, 2003
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A guest release by a familiar face to some of you, Red Lines. A deep void of space, floating in the atmospheres of a thousand worlds.. highly atmospheric track with just *that* amount of feeling. Dark and bright moods fade into one another...
Topic: Ambient

Kahvi Collective
Sep 21, 2003
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Furious, energetic and minimal banging, with this unusually aggressive, monotonic techno.

Kahvi Collective
Sep 21, 2003
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Smooth, minimal, and a bit jazzy - this is thoughtful listening for the quiet days.
Topic: Ambient

Enough Records
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This multi-genre compilation became a tribute to both the artists and the listeners involved with enoughradio. The radio has been disbanded but it's spirit lives on. Cover artwork added in 2017 courtesy of Hélder Costa .

Monotonik
Sep 27, 2003
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Finally, a third EP from US-based wonderboy (what _is_ the secret of his power?) Grandma , aka Khonnor, aka Bronty The Shynocerous. Another four tracks of guitar-strummed, plaintively sung, wonderfully cut-up geektronica, we're delighted that people are really beginning to 'get' Grandma - he hopefully has material coming out on the forthcoming label Type, alongside cool peeps like Mokira (Mille Plateaux) and RJ Valeo (Hobby Industries), and he has a track as Khonnor adapting This Instrument on...
Topic: Electronic

Kahvi Collective
Oct 8, 2003
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Our man from Great Britain strikes back, with an awesome 3 track oldskool ambient/experimental EP.
Topic: Ambient

Monotonik
Oct 12, 2003
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We're pleased to welcome another debut, from Swedish artist Anders Svensson , for the 100th mp3 release on Monotonik, wow. We've been doing this net.label thing for a while now (almost 7 years!), and we're delighted there's still fresh and exciting material like "Keywords EP" coming along to make us happy, contented, and.. well, blissed out. As for artist info - well, this is a debut under his own name, but Anders Svensson was formerly in a number of Scandinavian indie bands such as...
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Oct 12, 2003
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This 3-track miniaturised release from the genius of Vim! has been floating around for a few months now, along with a mass of other material he's accumulated since the release of his "Linden: Home Of The Hits" album for Surgery Records. In some ways, this is closer to the couple of tunes Keith has released as Vom, with perfectly ambient sketches and much influence from artists such as Windy and Carl. But where "00" lays on the Harold Budd-esque carefully placed mess of keys...
Topic: Electronic

Subsource
Oct 15, 2003
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Netaudio only instant dj set playing music for modern lounge culture. Crispy downbeat meets funky dubhouse. http://www.subsource.de/submix/019/
Topic: Ambient

Commie
Oct 15, 2003
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Here's some real lo-fi music for you! From the Commodore 64 synth sounds to the C-cassette mastering, all the ingredients in this little electro gem guarantee that the music is fully dogma00 compatible. Decepticons come from Finland, the other member being a former member of the legendary mod group Virta.
Topic: Electronic
Source: http://commie.dogma00.org/

Commie
Oct 17, 2003
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Straight drum&bass for a change. Hi-fi beat meets lo-fi breaks. (So, this is either "fi-fi" or "lo-hi".)
Topic: Drum & Bass
Source: http://commie.dogma00.org/

Subsource
Oct 20, 2003
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"In this mix i tried to concentrate myself to music with many details in it. It's like seeing: Cars instead of streets. Architecture instead of houses. Constructions instead of architecture. Individuals instead of people. Movements instead of forms. In a step by step journey i try to get you to the - in my opinion - most brilliant tracks of Subsource." by Opal2000 http://www.subsource.net/submix/002/
Topics: IDM, Ambient

Commie
Nov 2, 2003
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More minimalistic dogma00ish dark beats by Analogia. This time with some d&b flavors to give your thoughts some disturbance.
Topic: Minimal Techno
Source: http://commie.dogma00.org/

8bitpeoples
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A roughly chronological collection ranging from some of my earliest gameboy tunes to the ones written in 2002. While the first half presents an innocent fun approach (aside from the harder edge of Harm Parm), the concluding three tracks show a maturation in both style and technique. A must have for high school makeout parties.
Topics: Electronic, Chipstyle

Nishi
Nov 23, 2003
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Miniatures - Pino the Frog's debut on Nishi with almost 24 minutes of complex ambience, elusive and full of micro-melodies which hover on the brink of perception. Defintely something you'll find yourself listening to numberous times to try catching it.
Topic: Experimental

Subsource
Nov 24, 2003
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ESSENCE OF NEGATION Narcotic afterhour. Visions of reality. Can't store all the informations. Please visit www.subsource.de/sub/032/ for more informations and impressions.
Topics: Noise, Techno-Industrial

Kikapu
Nov 26, 2003
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A new concise sixteen minute EP comes down from the rolling pastures of Illinois in the form of this new collection of tracks by the unofficial Kikapu tour manager, Eric Laurence. Mr. Laurence has been here since the beginning, and he keeps coming back to throw more sample-laden tracks at our faithful listeners. The first and third cuts of this EP are aural soundscapes featuring beautifully haunting vocal samples from a Russian vocalist, while the second and fourth tracks are more...
Topic: Electronic

Camomille
Nov 27, 2003
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- nothing better to accompany the beginning of summer than this very bright and esotheric guest release by yomi records bossman Benefit of the Boomerang. Sanctity is a sweet mixture of light scapes and beautiful piano leads with an introspective, sometimes spiritual, feel to it.
Topics: Ambient, New Age

Commie
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Desertplanet gives homage to a classic Commodore 64 game. If you have to ask, which game is in question, you probably don't belong in the target group of this mighty online multimedia content publishing release phenomenon. ;)
Topic: Game
Source: http://commie.dogma00.org/

Commie
Dec 1, 2003
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This is something completely different. A folk-pop tune with lots of Slavic melancholy. Instead of telling about machines, this song is about the fuel of human machines: love. Le Modem is a side-project of the DDR Rhythm keyboard player Riku Ahlsten.
Topic: Folk/Rock
Source: http://commie.dogma00.org/

Camomille
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To commemorate our benchmark release #50, Camomille brings together a few of the artists who helped us become what we are and helped to finetune what Camomille sounds like and what it stands for. [But it's mostly an excuse to do a Camomille artist compilation.] The compilation kicks off with Nightech's mechanical idm, followed by 33's illmatik organic spacism, Network19's electrodub roller, Hapbt's progressive housy breaks, an electribal superscape by Blisaed, !((0rkza1's noisy Kaneel makeover,...
Topics: Ambient, IDM, Experimental, Minimal-Dub, Ambient/Dnb, Abstract Down beat, Glitch

No Type
Dec 12, 2003
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Debut six-track EP from Kanovanik, a VA-based ensemble performing slow, entrancing (sometimes vocal) post-rock. * For full artwork and information please visit the official album page on notype.com .
Topics: Post-Rock, Indie

Soulseek/Other Net.Label Artists
Dec 15, 2003
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One Minute Massacre, the second release from Soulseek Records, is built from a simple concept: each artist creates 1-2 minutes of music which is then passed to the next artist, who smoothly (or not so smoothly) picks up from the end and attaches another 1-2 minutes of his or her own. Two sets, each totaling roughly a half hour of continual sonic mutation.
Topics: Electronic, Soulseek Records
Source: soulseek records

Observatory Online
Dec 15, 2003
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Recorded at Low Earth Orbit on four track machines and other devices. Drums, guitars, bass, singing, and all other instruments by Clay Parton. All clicks, pops, static, and other noises are intentional. Headphones and weed recommended for optimum listening experience.
Topics: Indie, Lo-Fi

No Type
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Second EP from Diablatomica, this time featuring three tracks culled from previous unreleased projects. A rare glimpse into Diablatomica's tortured sound world, worth download time if only for the final track, suitably named Intricate and Lovely.
Topics: IDM, Ambient

Ronin Collective
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Blisaed is back at it again ! This time, Eftexem tags along to deliver an EP of majestic proportion, Love=Hate, the Breakup EP. Kickin it off is '' I'm all alone again'' a grand anthem filled with blisaed's trademark super-emotional production. The EP progresses its way up to the Epic broken beated masterpiece '' I think I miss you'', not before making a pittstop to '' Awake for once'', a mesmerizing hip-hop love texture and the ep title track '' Love equals Hate'' a vocal trip-hoppy track...
Topics: IDM, Electroballad, Instrumental Hip-Hop, Melodic down beat, Cinematic Ambients

Camomille
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Straight out from the czech republic, camomille releases Insider Trading's elementary/basic ep. Glitch-hop beats with beautiful, inspired and nostalgic melodies. Track A is the original, robotic but dreamy theme and track B a remix of the anthem, both with a great sense of motion and cinematography in the music
Topics: Electronic, IDM

Camomille
Jan 2, 2004
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An abstract collection of tracks made in one day. Many surpising and different sounds and effects for using just a tracker. I find the tracks to have a distant sound and an emotional feel. A very powerful twenty minutes that should only be played in Impulse Tracker for maximum effect. Love and death go together. Some of the tracks have a mourning kind of sense to them and the tracks themselves battle with themselves as the final half sounds contradicts the first half! All in all, I enjoyed...
Topics: Ambient, Experimental

8bitpeoples
Jan 2, 2004
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A hodge podge of electronic music including small reverb caked melodic pieces, raw single waveform driven electro and fx layered samples placed onto a palette with a couple of vocal based pieces sure to make you lol.
Topic: Electronic

Camomille
Jan 5, 2004
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Shiftless offers 13 minutes of purely incredible ambiant music. Sincere, abstract and electrically magnificient, Implosion EP is an experience to be felt ; these tracks you do not listen, you inhale them.
Topics: Ambient, Experimental

Monotonik
Jan 5, 2004
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The second Monotonik release from the dreamily different Phasmid, straight outta Birmingham, Alabama, travelling circuitously via Analog-town and Kraftwerk-ville, straight into our ever eager ears. Phasmid should be congratulated on both the birth of his third kid (yay!) and his two forthcoming releases on the Skylaboperations label, which include remixes by Bochum Welt and the similarly saintly Isan. More analytically, "The Sun Pictures" was a particular fave of the Monotonik crew...
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Jan 5, 2004
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Another of those musicians whose work we've known for a long time, and now finally have a chance to put out, Australia's Epoq has been around ever since his contribution to the Surgery's excellent "Initial Release" compilation a year or two back. And now, with net.releases from online labels like Kahvi, Quanta, and Corewatch, and his debut "Scintilla" CD just released, also on Surgery, we're proud to present the lead-off track from that album, "Simpel". So, what to...
Topic: Electronic

Miasmah
Jan 5, 2004
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markus hits us with another downbeat hiphop piece, this time more abstract than his previous releases on miasmah. a distorted jazz loop runs throughout the piece backed by chopped up beats and rolls and a super smooth sax sample - bet you come back for more.
Topics: Distorted Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop

Commie
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Nice santanic guitar melodies combined to rough detroit techno beats. Again, lots of acoustic rhythm instruments. We're goin' skizo! ;)
Topic: Electronic
Source: http://commie.dogma00.org/

Monotonik
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This set of releases, on Monotonik breaks/eclectic sublabel Mono211, span over 4 years, from late 1999 through late 2003, and include everything from understated triphop, through a concentration on harder techno and drum and bass influences, right through to the current solidifying of style on UK-influenced 'nu-chill' and eclectic. Basically, if it's not beep or idm enough to go on Monotonik, but still rocks,it gets shoved onto Mono211. Highlights might include Vinyl Matt's super-mellow 'From...
Topics: Drum & Bass, Trip-Hop, Break Beats

No Type
Jan 14, 2004
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Sluts on Tape = Infoslut + Books on Tape. Simple, no? Both of them teamed up to offer us this wild, surprising maxi-EP which incorporates the combined strenghts of both artists into a maximal musical joyride.
Topics: Beatpunk, IDM

Camomille
Jan 14, 2004
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pure me remixes. several short stories about taking a ride with mexican institute, leones and your home pets. From glitchy phatness, to lo-fi hip hop, sometimes excentric, other times explosive, this 7 track ep takes moduled IDM a step further in the game. Module to mp3 conversion made by McBain222 on soulseek !
Topics: Electronic, IDM, Experimental, Instrumental Hip-Hop
Source: Modules Available

Camomille
Jan 14, 2004
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Xerxes jumps the whole camomille release queue for this special christmas track release ! Not too serious but loads of shiny fun, check out this cute track done the xerxes way and with a touch of old skool !
Topics: Ballad, Down beat / Chill, Electropop

Kahvi Collective
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Morning Papers building on Lizardking's melodic tradition... catchy electronics with soul with a capital S - everything you need for a successful warm, mellow night.
Topic: Bleep

Enough Records
Jan 14, 2004
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Duncan Avoid is a cooperation project from the founding fathers of our friend netlabel Entity Records from Belgium. This album is whole about cyberpunk culture, transhumanism, reflection on cybernetic implants and it's consequences to our future society. Artwork by Nicolas Bouvier . Remixes by No Xivic, Danny Kreutzfeld and ps.

Ogredung
Jan 15, 2004
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this c o [dub], astonishes us, as if a deep, melancholic melody slowly grows up from the very depths of our hearts, and once in our head, we can't do anything but let it take us to the heavens.
Topic: Ambient

Kahvi Collective
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Luke the Wizard, aka DJ Nova, building melodic electronic moods and beats for two tracks, 13 minutes sharp.
Topic: Minimal Techno

No Type
Jan 28, 2004
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Four tracks from UK-based downtempo wizard Idmonster, making here his No Type debut. All of them share the property of having a title beginning with the word "The". And also, they're all quite lush & pretty.
Topics: IDM, Ambient

No Type
Jan 28, 2004
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An EP that puts a whole new light to the term "Gangsta rap", as the protagonists in this hip-hop trio are eminent members of well known group of cartoon villains. This is the precursor to their follow-up CD, out on Cobra records.
Topics: Distorted Hip-Hop, Humour, Gangsta Rap

Enough Records
Jan 31, 2004
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From spain, comes an 8 track ep from a new artist simply self-entitled m__ that has recently debuted himself on the netlabels world with a rather short but highly enjoyable release on entity records. This marks the return of enoughrecords to the experimenal dark ambient realms with a fairly excellent and soothing album. It's dark. It's clicky. It's mysterious. It's abstract. It's volatile. And it's great.

No Type
Feb 1, 2004
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Dick Richards returns to No Type with 5 tracks of minimal, glossy ambience under the name Ramon Llull.
Topics: Minimalism, Ambient

Language Lab
Feb 2, 2004
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Taajuus, our new artist hailing from Nokia in Finland brings us two trance-flavoured drum'n'bass tracks with rough breaks and big basslines. Desire is more breakbeat oriented track with melancholic pads and trancy melodies which collide with heavily chopped breakbeats and hard bassline. It's easy to hear that one of the Taajuus' biggest influences in drum'n'bass is Technical Itch. Infection is more fastpaced than it's a-side, and maybe a bit more suitable to the dancefloor, but it also moves...

Monotonik
Feb 2, 2004
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So, we continue with the Mono211 sublabel tradition of releasing 'good, but unclassifiable' material that takes both breaks and chillout influences on-board. And this time, we were delighted to get "Aze", an unexpected submission from the mysterious Izmar , and a whole album of delightfully groovy, beautifully programmed jazzy techno/chillout. Right from the slow build of "Aze-01", it's clear that there's something different going on here, with possible comparisons to the...
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Feb 8, 2004
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The second mtk.release (third release over both mtk and m211!) for UK-based Pendle, aka Idmonster, and his output seems to just keep getting better. After his previous Idmonster track we put out, 'The Force May Be With You', attracted attention from the verycool Neo-Ouija (Lee Metamatics/Norken's label!), we're pleased to note that track'll be on the "Cottage Industries 2" compilation with Funckarma, Novel23, EU and more, wheeee. Anyhow, "My Human Side" is Idmonster's new...
Topic: Electronic

Monotonik
Feb 8, 2004
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Much more of a 'fun' release than anything else, this great piece of electro from Helsinki guys Prob+Mirko was meant to compete in the mp3 competition at Assembly 99, the hackerdemo party held a couple of weeks back. But in the end it was encoded at the wrong rate and got disqualified, so we get the benefit of the damn catchy vocoded lyrics and oldskool robotikvoices (yes, it's all their own work, not samples..) for the first time on m211. 'We are here to make you move, so come on people - rock...
Topic: Electronic

Ogredung
Feb 10, 2004
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This is something for all you crazy IDM/xperimental lovers, which you can't _absolutely_ miss. Minez from Japan makes us feel really proud of being an electro-netlabel, by releasing this little piece of art of undistinguishable beauty; sweet, smiley melodies flying in an anime scene accompanied by crazy beats+snares, and hi-freq hihats and tempo-tickers make all the landscape toss and twirl in a fairy azure sky. Childish chords against mature retrigs make this track sweeter to caresse -and we...
Topic: IDM

Ogredung
Feb 10, 2004
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melting hexa's usual intelligent, minimal melodies with the virtuoso's weird bbeats and kickies, make this release something you cannot lose. originally meant for the upcoming iro EP by purusha, these guys finally decided to release it as a single piece of tactical electronica, and we can't help but be happy for this.
Topic: Experimental

Textone
Feb 11, 2004
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Elaborating on the Textone theme of reintroducing respected artists with new material after an extended absence, we welcome Mikael Stavöstrand to our family. Under his own name and the moniker "Vita", Mikael has previously released two acclaimed albums on Force Inc., as well as a series of 12"s on other outlets. That not much was heard of this artist recently does not mean that he spent his time idle. Countless hours of studio tinkering resulted in a new trademark sound that...
Topics: Microsound, Textone, Minimal Techno, Electronic
Source: original recording for textone.org

Ogredung
Feb 11, 2004
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stapephilia melts dark trippy flavours with synths and minimalism as we're used to love, and -yes- my friends, this new releases-cup couldn't start in a better way. a new life spring, for the angry casual listener but also for an open-minded xhaling lover; intelligent, as always. ethereal vocals and deep basses bring us in the bbeat hell, superb.
Topic: Experimental

Alpinechic
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"High Underground" features fantastic tracks from some of the best new electronic performers of the swiss underground music scene. From electro to downbeat through analogic synthies songs and trips into virtual soundscapes...
Topic: Music

Microhertz
Feb 16, 2004
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Topics: Drum & Bass, Electro

Alpinechic
Feb 16, 2004
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4 downbeat-sweet-sexy tracks for your ears!
Topic: Music

Miasmah
Feb 22, 2004
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vee, the latest track from minimalist maestro xhale combines soothing electronic vibes with twisted vocal sound experiments - behind this lies a trademark skodvin click-bop-tastic beat making the vee head-trip complete. unintrusive and incomprehensibly beautiful, you need this in your life cowboy.
Topic: Down beat / Chill

No Type
Feb 22, 2004
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Thin returns for 4 short, catchy tracks with a definite jazzy downtempo feel to them, a comedown of sorts from the Trashcan Land days!
Topics: Drum & Bass, Down beat / Chill

No Type
Feb 22, 2004
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A great, quirky, classy & wavy rhythmic ambient release from noted Kracfiver Octopus Inc.
Topics: IDM, Abstract Down beat, Ambient

Comfort Stand
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You have just discovered a rare comedy album. In this collection, almost each segment has a few constants: The characters are all chickens; an instructor, Mrs. Grossman (voiced by a man) is teaching a subject to a class; a cat (the chickens' mortal enemy) will be killed as part of the lesson; Monty, a student, will point out that Mrs. Grossman is doing something dangerous; the bit will end with an enormous explosion... Check out more information about this album on it's Comfort Stand release...
Topics: Comedy, Found Sounds

Observatory Online
Feb 28, 2004
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The critically-acclaimed, award-winning creation of the downbeat wunderkind Roman Wojciechowski, [ Manticore ] is more than merely another flavour of the week, here tomorrow, gone the next day, all in the time it took you to fully digest a caviar canapé. For the first time in the history of humankind, music tailored exclusively to the elitist needs of the snooty neo-bohemian chardonnay-sipping loft-dwelling nu-lounge jet set! Buttery-smooth beats laced with silky-soft velvety melodies,...
Topics: Electronic, IDM, Minimal Techno, Ambient Techno, Abstract Down beat

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one of the best swiss trip hop producer has put away his gameboy, at least for this release, and present us a very complex & fine produced easy listening 2 track ep.
Topic: Lounge

Alpinechic
Mar 1, 2004
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AlpineChic's 3rd release is a single by Zürich based electro-rock combo Camp.
Topic: Music

Monotonik
Mar 3, 2004
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Having previously released for Monotonik under his famed demo-scene pseudonym, Radix, we're delighted to present a new track by this Swedish idm.bot under his new pseudo, Mosaik. And with the idm 'scene' getting plenty of input from ex-demo-sceners (BStates@Warp, Lackluster/TimKoch/Esem@DeFocus, you know the score), here's another talented scene-ster who should really be getting lotsa attention about.. now. Mosaik's demo-scene work was renowned for its lush, synthesised, melodic nature, and...
Topic: Electronic

Kahvi Collective
Mar 3, 2004
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Breaking the mould on Kahvi Collective, more of a non-commercial sound this time from Unicode. In development over two years, ranging from ambient to the more abstract elements of sound. Influences of Boards Of Canada, Plaid, Autechre among others are apparent, with diversions into the more experimental area. FM Synthesis appears to be popular in Saint Petersburg :)
Topics: Ambient, IDM

Kahvi Collective
Mar 5, 2004
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Beautiful nuskool electrotrance - sexy and kickin'.
Topic: Bleep

Kikapu
Mar 7, 2004
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This amazingly beautiful EP from 24-year old Finnish newcomer Vesa-Pekka contains just over twenty minutes of deep emotional electronics, fresh with sweeping synth pads, bubbling rhythmic lines, and lovely melodies. Taking slight cues from his past experiences playing tenor saxophone in a free-jazz environment, here Vesa-Pekka focuses his energy on electronic sequencing and the formation of more structured songs, and not as much "throwing paint on the walls" as he so eloquently puts...
Topic: Electronic

Enough Records
Mar 7, 2004
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Following the dark ambient vein we so love to explore at enoughrecords, Vagskal from Sweden delivers another such dark, simple but well enjoyable album.

Kikapu
Mar 9, 2004
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Warren Sulcs is following up his highly successful past Kikapu release with this new four-track EP of mellow ambience. Stylistically different, yet artistically similar, these new tracks show a different side to Dub Jay than what Kikapu listeners have experienced in the past; this time around the focus is on experimental textures wrapped around ambient rhythms and synthetic pads. Entirely beautiful throughout, we hope everyone grabs these new tracks from Dub Jay.
Topics: Electronic, Ambient

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Leenak (kaneel) and Makunouchi Bento have once again put their minds together and created 'Errata', under their Miopedi collaboration. Often split releases come across with a fitting split persona, though Miopedi : Errata has strong personalities reminiscent of the ambience and sound that seemingly existed in memory long before you heard them. As surreal and haunting as the accompanied artwork, it's tempting to hunt down the relation and reason behind this caustic ambience.. only no deduction...
Topics: Experimental, Rhythmic Noise, Ambient/noise, Minimalism, Soundscape

One
Mar 14, 2004
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A 45 minute continuous mix from Proswell, ft. b-sides, out takes, new material, and a few favorites from his sophomore release Carrot Dossier (columbo theme, tar and atari, rat news) on m3rck records. Even with this relation, Dryrot is easily a release with its own identity. Finding time between releases at m3rck and running Inpuj, he explores the laid back and driving sound that's heard between the cracks of Carrot Dossier and often strays from the sound that defined that album (as is heard...
Topic: IDM

Slapart
Mar 15, 2004
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Glomag (formerly on Sire, Mode) takes us on a drowsy tour in a goofy 8-bit wonderland. Created mostly with GameBoy Nanoloop software, naught evokes vintage arcade soundtracks and high-profile fashion queens. Check out "Bleat" for its Journey-esqye synth arpeggios, vocal meanderings, and SHEEP! You can download all five tracks, including one live remix recorded at Tonic NYC.
Topics: Game Boy, Down beat / Chill, Bleep, IDM

Enough Records
Mar 18, 2004
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First the universe expanded. Then dinosaurs appeared on planet earth. Then a minute passed, then another. And then.. suddenly.. another minute passed. Then came man and there was much rejoicing!! \o/ (or not) O_o Then came music and people were happy and stuff! Then came the music industry and all was f*cked in a pop baked meandering soup soaked with sensationalism and soul-empty foolishlessly capital driven ideals. yes. Then someone complained on "Soulseek Artists" that netlabel...

Camomille
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You can find something light and pleseant in this otherwise seemingly dark and confused trippy idm tune First release by camomille founder vizion, and he brings us what he says he is, confusion and progression, wrapped up in some dark grooves and synthetic melodies.
Topics: Ambient/noise, Trip-Hop, Electro

LacedMilk
Mar 23, 2004
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The Buddah Awakes EP is a combination of downtempo and drum and bass tracks put together by K-dence. This album represents some of his earlier works put together in 2001.

stadtgruen
Apr 3, 2004
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A Global Phenomenon A park is a system within a system, a place of more or less exotic things concerning respective topics like nature, fauna or exploration, a place for individuals to get in touch with unusual forms+figures which are not present in their daily life. Visiting a park always means expanding his own horizon and perhaps sometimes reaching another level of existence and understanding.
Topics: Tribal, Techno

Textone
Apr 3, 2004
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With "Whats dat smell?", dual G4 laptop warrior Kero delivers five glimpses into the schizoid brilliance of his next-generation Detroit sound. Raised on a healthy diet of Motor city techno, Kero manages to incorporate early influences while creating a completely new and boldly innovative oeuvre. His trademark style of scattered percussion freakfests over droning, hovering electro pads, first unleashed on the "CFC Windsor" album on Berlin's Shitkatapult label, finds ample...
Topics: Textone, Electro
Source: Original Recording for Textone

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analogues techno!
Topic: Electronic

Comfort Stand
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Dedicated to friends and fans who supported her over the many years she played on the streets of Boston, Cambridge, San Francisco and Berkeley. "The Space Lady is San Francisco's most enchanting street musician. Whether on keyboard or accordion, her music stops sidewalk traffic even in this multi-task town. The Space Lady usually performs wearing a whimsical steel helmet with angel wings, which makes her easy to recognize but belies the credibility of her haunting vocal interpretations of...
Topic: Electronic

Alpha Cat Boogie
Apr 3, 2004
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In the early days of alpha Cat boogie, indeed when we barely knew how to identify ourselves as a group of artists, there existed a sort of drifting mutual philosophy. With Manifest Destiny, Ted Kefton summated such esoterics into a series of soulful, crunchy, beat-laden extropic tracks. The likes of which you will find bear a kindred spirit with wacky space/cave men, distant emotions, and ominous unseen forces. With Buzz as the centerpiece for composition, tracker fans should definitely take...
Topics: Avantgarde, Meditative, Down beat / Chill, Abstract, Eclectic

Textone
Apr 4, 2004
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Floor-friendly four-tracker by Cologne's René Breitbarth. Known for smooth-as-hell tech house, this man has become a true veteran of the community with double digit EP releases on Treibstoff, Sub Static, Pokerflat, and Tongut; a superb full-length album; and innumerable compilation credits. Blessed with the feel for a great hook line, René's German funk is a sure winner with the house crowd (on either side of the Atlantic), but he is also driving enough to keep technoid listeners engaged on...
Topics: Techhouse, Textone
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Textone
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Hailing from Germany's far north, with a rock-solid history in technoid sound manipulation, Sebastian Buchholz delivers a dense five-tracker dominated by minimal driving beat structures and lush chordscapes. Organic sounds that nevertheless always wear their electronic origin on the sleeves abound. Sebastian's music is at times dark, yet not menacing - rather, it is an all-envelopping and almost tactile blend that always preserves a warm inner glow. "Nocturnal lurking" plays a game of...
Topics: Textone, Minimal Techno
Source: Original recording for Textone

Textone
Apr 4, 2004
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With only subtle effects use but all-the-more-carefully crafted sounds, Theodor Zox takes us on a different kind of journey into Scandinavia as an architectural utopia constructed out of beautiful synth lines and high-frequency ornament. Very calm, but swinging and enviably optimistic. The artist about his work: "Being a very visual person, as well as having synasthetic experiences through my entire life, I perceive sound as form and colour. For me every sound is equally important so...
Topics: Minimal House, Textone
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Subsource
Apr 5, 2004
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Porte delivers a nice stream of washy sounds mostly created with guitar and computer... the perfect soundtrack for rainy days and the best sound to say hello to the stormy fall. Please visit www.subsource.de/sub/036/ for more informations and impressions.
Topics: Experimental, Ambient

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High class, high velocity: a classic Books on Tape EP featuring five energetic tracks of his inimitable, home brand beatpunk stylings. * For full artwork and information please visit the official album page on notype.com .
Topics: Electropop, Beatpunk

Microhertz
Apr 13, 2004
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Topic: Chipstyle

Ockult Reckords
Apr 14, 2004
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A brand new EP from Skæra. Thee soundtrack to MONOchrome's soon-tbr album 'i feel wrong', which will be vockal loops.
Topic: Naive
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Ockult Reckords
Apr 14, 2004
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This album was started in 2002 immediatly after thee finish ov Bylta Engill. Indeed one ov thee tracks is a BE B-side. But this album outstrips Bylta Engill in my opinion. It is much darker, much more synthy and much more immaginative. I like to refer to my musick program as my 'Invisible Synth Quartet', as it seems this album uses a lot ov synth strings. It's a dark ambient-synth album and anyone with a bipolar disorder should download it (very amusing). I'm really pleased with thee way this...
Topic: Ambient
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Ockult Reckords
Apr 14, 2004
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I made this album in two parts, originally entitled Bylta Engill and Þema Tónlist, but as both were 35 minutes long, i combined them into one album. It was compiled between Ocktober 2002 and february 2003. While writing this musick I was mainly listning to Ágætis Byrjun by Sigur Rós, and Time Machines by COIL. I also enjoyed listning to Boards Of Canada backwards.
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