AUDIO: Depletion’s “Null Data II”

If something left of left of center is what you desire, you may want to check out an adventurous project from Depletion, which is described as “lo-fi tracks using various analog synths, electronics, tape-loops, effects, objects” and a nice slice of “etc.” For those who want it, it’s only cassette but only 30 cassettes are being made, each on a Chrome (CR02) tape. For more information, send an e-mail to holbrook1834 [at] yahoo [dot] com.

RECORD CRACK: Split 10″ is here from +Dog+ and Actuary

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Ritual Filth is the title of a new 10″ record released on Love Earth Music released by +Dog+ and Actuary. It can be considered a trip into the experimental side of electronic music. The record costs $8/$10ppd, available from PayPal through TASTETHEBURN [at] yahoo [dot] com, but you’ll want to e-mail them first for international postage rates. For a hint as to what +Dog+ is about, go to Bandcamp. For more on Actuary’s audio violence, click here.

SOME STUFFS: “I Shall Die Here” say Portland duo The Body with forthcoming album

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Lee Buford and Chip King call themselves The Body because they felt it was right to do so, and it is. With some nice feedback for their previous album Christs, Redeemers they are ready to hit people over the head again with a brand new one called I Shall Die Here (RVNG), which apparently will be “wholly experimental”. For a hint of how out there they get, check out “Hail To Thee, Everlasting Pain” below.

On top of that, you have to love a band whose album cover photo was taken from The Last Whole Earth Catalog.
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Although Warner Bros. Records had the idea first when they used the catalog to create The Whole Burbank Catalog double LP in 1972 as part of their Loss Leaders series of compilations.
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The 6-song I Shall Die Here will be released on April Fool’s Day in the U.S., and a day before in the UK. Pre-orders for the LP or CD version can be purchased directly from RVNG, or from Bandcamp below, where you’ll be able to pre-order it digitally.

SOME STUFFS: Electronic experimental twists and more on a new 3 inch CD compilation

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A new release on Bicephalic has been released, and this one is a compilation that can be purchased as a CD3. For those who don’t know, a CD3 is a 3 inch CD, the format that used to require an adapter to play in CD players until manufacturers made it possible to play the disc automatically.

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4 Things features four artists contributing some nice experimental and electronic sounds, from the likes of Loopool, Justin Scott Gray, Somnaphon, and Pregnant Spore. Only 18 copies have been made, and you can purchase it directly from Bicephalic by clicking here. To give it a test listen or to purchase it digitally, click the Bandcamp player below.