Clint Anderson | 19 Sep 14:58 2014

my fav parts from the pitchfork aphex interview

"I used to love jungle. I still think it's the ultimate genre, because the people making it weren't musicians. The best artists are people who don't consider themselves artists, and the people who do are usually the most pretentious and annoying. [laughs] They've got their priorities wrong. They're just doing it to be artists rather than because they want to do it. And a lot of jungle people were actually car mechanics and painter-and-decorator types, like, pretty hardcore blokes. I wouldn't want to get into a fight with them. I know a few people who were like that, and I don't think that really exists any more. Maybe those sort of non-musician types do some dubstep stuff, or grime. But it didn't exist in jungle for long. There was only a couple of years where people didn't know what they were doing, and you got all these samples that are just totally not related in pitch. I really hunt down those records. They've got this ridiculous mishmash of things that totally don't go with each other at all. Obviously, after they've done it for a couple of years they learn how to make chords and stuff, and it's not so interesting now."

heh, i totally loved that bit, he really nailed it for me...

Clint Anderson
Systems Engineer
Radio Web MACBA | 19 Sep 13:53 2014

New transcript: PROBES #9, by Chris Cutler. Oblique and extreme performance techniques applied to wind instruments and percussion

New transcript: PROBES #9, by Chris Cutler

Chris Cutler's PROBES #9 looks at some of the more oblique and extreme performance techniques applied to wind instruments and percussion.


A must read!

Here a small excerpt: "Orchestral instruments, like their players, are expected to eschew individuality and personality while, in a jazz context, the great soloists raise their instruments to a state so human and profane that – in an orchestra setting they would have been, as Raymond Chandler put it, ‘about as inconspicuous as a tarantula on a slice of angel cake’. Orchestras, like national radio stations, learn to speak in received pronunciation, while jazz musicians jive in dialect and slang".  

You can find the ongoing podcast series here:
Sam Loschl | 19 Sep 09:30 2014

what do you think?

Clint Anderson | 18 Sep 22:35 2014

for esa

max tanguay | 18 Sep 18:26 2014

o.t : lots of 12'' records for sale

i got a bundle of 95 records for sale : 230$ + shipping (i got great deal for shipping within canada)
various style..
listing by genre:

***house (deep, funky, minimal & variations) :

steve bug - futur retro - poker flat 44
phonique & the usual suspects - suspicious ep - poker flat 46
martini bros - love the machine - poker flat

ducan gray - utha house / easy bob - blue black test (blutes-1202)
adam collins - good times - big chief 14
mazi - more trouble with the obivious ep - jamayka
joeski - stateside connection ep - tango 006
various artists - untitled - va)r 001
bassetti - callisto / amaithea - progress inn 002
weekend world - the world / outsider - yoshotoshi recordings 064

6400 crew - down in a land / lovedub - tango 008
tony thomas - amigos / si senor / rich in rhythm - tango 014
peter black - spell of dub ep - tango 009

malachi - where is the soap / scuba - stickman 094
the stickmen - always (groovin mix) - stickman 091
the st ickmen mobilefunk - stickman 086
funk 198 - 2001 remixes - stickman 073 r

eddie richard - another ep - soco audio
daniel diamond - champu - city rocker
d'julz - acid tricks - ovum
onionz - chief rocker - big chief

tom clark - 2 lanes ep - laufwerk
dj catt & wyatt earp - animal tracks - casa del soul
arno riva & speep - cafe creme - ozone records

the twisted pair! - twisted horn / international orange - junior london
shade - i like to ride - junior london

big bang theory - god'S child - defected
v/a - selected sessions vol.04 - jump recordings
depeche mode - i feel loved (danny tenaglias, th omas brinkmann remix) - mute records
j nr productions - trains ep - imperial dub (idr-041a)
dj vincenzini - big friends - italian communication
arthur baker - breakin' (feat. felix the house cat) - perfecto recs.
kick squad - kick squad - peng recs
jack ass & mute - 1-2-3 (feat adult & john selway rmx) - sylophone jones recordings
ian pooley - ready to flow - nrk066

***electronic, idm, downbeats, acid jazz & others:

joakim - are you vegetarian - versatile
mu - chain girl - tigersushi
shinto - kibou ep - playhouse 64
the aloof - what i miss the most - eastwest
florence - interesting times - gotcha
tomas fe hlmann - little big horn - kompakt 97
dj ziggy - ahow stoppa re-interpretations - model bj002 (breaks, idm)
ism - battered ep - category - one records (drum n bass / acid breaks)
roger eno &lol hammond - sky becomes - all saints records
badeeha - blue tunnel - groove vibration rec
various artists - crime against music vol-1 - super vilain
various artists - after school special - hi top records
cherrystones - free selazy pieces ep - stark reality
capitain ring - super disco fakes vol.3 - sdf 74 003
chekov - stereofonic sounds / fly catcher - acid jazz
jean record - choke bore (blixen rmx) - folk archive
deadbeats - got it on - 2020 division
steeve austeen feat. dj krooger - blue volume - ???
the exchange - skull duggery - plank records

***garage, 2step, break beats, urban, vocal house, disco like:

todd edwards - when you are alone - i records
glen gutierrez & jocelyn enriquez - a little bit of ecstasy - classified records
isabel - the rhythm is magic - dome records
y.d project - wanna be your lover - wea records
chardoinaise - i found love - spiral grooves
dj jack & jill - dont know baby - casa trax 017
virgin - your love - nite experience records
plugmen - i want you - kool running 002
?? - cheap on the garage groove - white label

midas touch feat. natahalie - dont stop the music - wea records
mark morisson & conner reeves - best friend - wea records
superstar of rock - strobelight serenade - sugar daddy records
homegrown - endangered species ep - listening pearls

the hand - the hand / the hand pt2 - exist dance
kim kira - right time - auriga records

***techno, hardtech, techouse, electro house, prog:

pounding grooves - pg25 - pounding grooves
pounding grooves - pg26 - pounding grooves
pounding grooves - pg27 - pounding grooves

manuel rio - rename ep - primevil 1031
uk gold - arise - primevil 1039
extek - the aerial assault ep - strain002
the delta - ??? - bbs004 (white label / promo)
r.v aggelen - issues ep - deep and dark recordings
angel alanis + rees urban - bastard traxx vol.01 - tresor.30
mateo murphy - bring it back ep - turbo-010
ecvm - circuit breaker - shinichi
josef plante & simply jeff - luminous moodswing - phonomental
mike parker vs adam jay - counter actions - azure recordings
tim xavier - shades of emotions ep - default rec. defa011
nitzer ebb - let your body learn / control i'm here - novamute
fredrik almquist - being and becoming - drumcode 24
dan march - ??? - figment 002
austin leedd - the divine - prog inn 001
new order - someone like you (futurshock mix / gabriel + dresden mix) - london rec.
fc/kahuna - machine says yes (tiga remix) / dro ne - rockers18r
fc/kahuna - machine says yes (josh wink acid remix) / original - city rockers
fc/kahuna - ?? city rock 2 lp (3 x 12'') - city rockers
nigel richard - yeah yeah / come on - red menace
head rush - the phonk theories - bush
peace out!

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Radio Web MACBA | 18 Sep 13:00 2014

New podcast: ONLY GIRLS OF 17 CAN HEAR UP TO 16.000 HERTZ. A short history of the audio cassette. Curated by Felix Kubin

New podcast: ONLY GIRLS OF 17 CAN HEAR UP TO 16.000 HERTZ. A short history of the audio cassette. Curated by Felix Kubin


On the origins of the cassette format with former Philips employee Wim Langenhoff.


As a former employee at Dutch electronics conglomerate Philips, Wim Langenhoff was involved in the development of the audio cassette. He was also a member of The New Electric Chamber Music Ensemble, an Eindhoven-based artists’ collective that became notorious in the region for their anarchic performances in the late sixties. The cassette tape played a vital role for the pre-digital generation, providing an inexpensive way to record directly from the radio or vinyls and to create mixtapes for friends and lovers. As a side effect, it also triggered the emergence of an underground cassette scene.         

Esa Ruoho | 15 Sep 10:35 2014

The Wire reviews Syro

Also, seems that it is confirmed that the last track (Aisatsana) is some studio version of "that swinging piano track".

Clint Anderson | 15 Sep 05:00 2014

fsol - environments five

John Dalton | 12 Sep 17:24 2014

RE: Re: Psytrance

New I think


寄件者: Ben Bridges [moogkid <at>]
寄件日期: Wed, 3 Sep 2014 08:08:18 +0800
收件者: idm <at>
主旨: Re: Psytrance

Hallucinogen - In Dub mixed by OTT

On 3/09/2014 5:28 AM, Clint Anderson wrote:

Clint Anderson
Systems Engineer

On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 8:08 PM, Sham Beam <sham.beam <at>> wrote:
You're not taking the right drugs than Kent, or you're taking them in the wrong setting.

Drugz are bad m'kay.

On 9/2/2014 10:51 AM, kent williams wrote:
I recommend anything but psy-trance.  I've been to psy-trance parties.
The only thing worse than the music are the drugs.

On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 4:18 PM, Chris Taylor <christaylor415 <at>
christaylor415 <at>>>wrote:

    some elements of trance i've enjoyed, but it's those 2 note,
    funkless, rigid basslines that always turn me off from the sound.
    any recommendation for stuff that doesn't feature those basslines?

    On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 2:11 PM, Thomas de Grivel <billitch <at>
    billitch <at>>>wrote:

        I believe there is Umber Vamber having some good and dark
        psytrance production going, Full Face too, from Greece. It's
        quite bad.

        Le 30 août 2014 21:52, "Clint Anderson" <clinta <at>
        clinta <at>>>a écrit :

            infected mushroom - the gathering is still one of the best
            albums ever

            RELEASE ME

            Clint Anderson
            Systems Engineer

            On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 3:53 PM, kent williams
            <chaircrusher <at> chaircrusher <at>>>wrote:


                On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 9:57 AM, Clint Anderson
                <clinta <at> clinta <at>>>wrote:

                    thanks guys lots of stuff to listen to here :)
                    i am not totally into the whole relaxing forest
                    quest of some of this more laid back stuff, but the
                    production and effort put into all if it is really
                    impressive, some very polished tracks
                    i still like dirty old cybery psytrance

                    all of those old classic psytrance albums are now
                    super rare and valuable so some people out there are
                    still holding onto them :)

                    Clint Anderson
                    Systems Engineer

                    On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 5:50 AM, Visar Hoxha
                    <visar.h <at> visar.h <at>>>wrote:

                        It's alive and kicking...
                        For proper quality psytrance I would prefer
                        scandinavian labels like Parvati Records,
                        Sanaton Records, Yggdrasil Records. They mainly
                        focus on the style called Forest Psytrance,
                        which has a more organic and experimental touch
                        put into it...and I think you guys might like it.




                        Some of the artists: Derango, Purpsurpo,
                        Atriohm, Arjuna, Encephalopaticys, Hutti Heita,
                        Jahbo, Onkel Dunkel, Vertical, Gu, Kerlivin,
                        Whrikk, etc.


                        Sent from my iPhone

                        On Aug 24, 2014, at 19:53, Clint Anderson
                        <clinta <at> clinta <at>>>wrote:

                        Is psytrance dead now?  I sort of miss it.

                        Green nuns of the revolution
                        astral projection
                        dark nebula
                        Hux flux
                        Infected mushroom (just did a track for lady gaga)
                        S.u.n. project

                        I miss any good ones?

Sham Beam

Esa Ruoho | 11 Sep 23:44 2014

so.. uhh.. Rephlex?

Hi, when did Rephlex close up shop and shrivel and die? I'm hearing rumours 2013, and the just re-directs to Discogs.

Did someone post about this on the IDM-List of all places and I just happened to miss it? or wot?

Yours, Esa

Clint Anderson | 11 Sep 19:54 2014

Re: rare 1999 Brothomstates live gig

you can check out
but you can never leave

Clint Anderson
Systems Engineer

On Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 12:49 PM, Matthias Hügli <matu <at>> wrote:
Hi Clint
How can I unsubscribe from this list?
Thnx Matu

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On Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 9:02 AM, Esa Ruoho <esaruoho <at>> wrote:
posted by crankshaft:

Rare Brothomstates live gig! Recorded on a DAT at SaunaBar, Helsinki, Finland on July 28, 1999.
Feat. Lassi Nikko, Antti Koivisto, Veikka Erkola, Mikko Karvonen, Eero Lämsä & Hossni Boudali.