qwerty /prikljucak | 10 May 14:01 2006
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my new ACIEEED mix

this is a new one, recorded for PRIKLJUCAK #303!

http://prikljucak.mi2.hr/download/prikljucak303-dj_qwerty-1hour_bedroom_acid_mess.mp3

01. phuture / acid trax / trax records 1987
02. tyree / night of acid / westside records 1987
03. maurice / this is acid (remix) / vendetta records 1988
04. ace of clubs / b1 125.8 / paperplane 2002
05. humanoid / stakker humanoid / westside records 	1988
06. frankie bones & lenny dee / another place, another time / xl 
recordings 1989
07. house of breaks / acid drill / paperplane 2002
08. afx / halibut acid / rephlex 2005
09. dj pierre / box energy / unreleased mix 1988
10. longsy d / let's get mental! / ? ?
11. fast eddie / ain't it funky / westside records 1988
12. md iii / face the nation / underground (chicago) 1988
13. martian / 808 degree surface temperature / red planet 1993
14. underground resistance (mad mike) / twista / ur 1992
15. formicula4 / formic acid / trance atlantic 1992
16. afx / isopropophlex / mighty force 1991
17. underground resistance (jeff mills) / seawolf / world power alliance 
1992
18. kosmik kommando / kosmik cyberspasm / rephlex 1993
19. lory d / bitter end 2 / never ending trax 1998
20. squarepusher / dedicated loop / warp 1999
21. qwerty / 707acid / unreleased 2005
22. ceephax / parallax drome / lo recordings 2000
23. acen / tidy trip / ? ?
24. chris clark / a.council / warp 2003
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Esa Ruoho | 10 May 15:07 2006
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Re: new pertin_nce releases on beatport

ok i'll bite
wrapping
showcase
spaces
container
are all on beatport at http://www.beatport.com/lackluster/
also i believe at least 3 remixes. (for cobalt recordings, afair)

On 5/9/06, Max & Mark at madico <expe <at> madicoinc.com> wrote:
>
> This mail is to let you know that have a bunch of new album & EP releases
> on
> http://www.beatport.com/pertin_nce
>

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Alan Lockett | 10 May 16:25 2006
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BoC - new EP


So how come no-one's been banging on about how cool'n'groovy / 
boring-old-farty, enrapturing / snooze-inducing, fresh'n'wild / 
same-old-same-old 'Trans Canada Highway' is?
Could this be a sign of an IDM cultural climate change, indicating that 
IDM-peeps are no longer hanging on their every note or enigmatic squiggle 
to impute strange significances?
I mean... what's the point of subscribing to this list if a guy can't get a 
mailbox full of people inchoately slavering over/whining about the latest 
emissions of their idols?
Tsk. Call yourself an IDM-list - IDM SchmyDM...
OK, you need someone to start the ball rolling, is that it? Right. 6 
tracks: 1 you know, 'Dayvan Cowboy', as per the album (did you check that 
video? Yeah, video of guys surfing. Cool. If you like surfing, that is. If 
you don't. Not so cool. Last track is a remix by Odd Nosdam of the 
aforementioned track - a 9 minute oddyssey (geddit?) that traipses 
distractedly between some sort of smack-ambient noodle and hypno-drone-hop 
semi-propulsion with gaps in between, like he got bored and went off to 
make a cuppa and left the record button on (he did? aah.. *cool*). All very 
um... *odd*... In between there are '4 new tracks' none of which sound that 
new, but they're all OK. Bit like the album, really. You probably heard 
'Skyliner' at bleep.com and it got you mildly aroused if not entirely 
creamed.
Will that do to kick us off? OK, I know it's not Lester Bangs or Ian Penman 
or Kodwo Eshun, but hey... you got no excuse now. And don't give me that 
coy sh|t about release dates. You've got an internet connection haven't 
you... don't pretend you haven't already downloaded the whole thing P2P and 
proudly burnt it for all your mates. Yes, you there...

alan
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Esa Ruoho | 10 May 16:30 2006
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Re: BoC - new EP

it was ok on first listen - ill probably get the cd  because somehow that
always makes it more of an item instead of a bunch of tracks.
im sure itll grow on me, but lately it seems i like my stuff more than boc -
which might be a very good thing!

On 5/10/06, Alan Lockett <Alan.R.Lockett <at> bristol.ac.uk> wrote:
>
>
> So how come no-one's been banging on about how cool'n'groovy /
> boring-old-farty, enrapturing / snooze-inducing, fresh'n'wild /
> same-old-same-old 'Trans Canada Highway' is?
> Could this be a sign of an IDM cultural climate change, indicating that
> IDM-peeps are no longer hanging on their every note or enigmatic squiggle
> to impute strange significances?
> I mean... what's the point of subscribing to this list if a guy can't get
> a
> mailbox full of people inchoately slavering over/whining about the latest
> emissions of their idols?
> Tsk. Call yourself an IDM-list - IDM SchmyDM...
> OK, you need someone to start the ball rolling, is that it? Right. 6
> tracks: 1 you know, 'Dayvan Cowboy', as per the album (did you check that
> video? Yeah, video of guys surfing. Cool. If you like surfing, that is. If
> you don't. Not so cool. Last track is a remix by Odd Nosdam of the
> aforementioned track - a 9 minute oddyssey (geddit?) that traipses
> distractedly between some sort of smack-ambient noodle and hypno-drone-hop
> semi-propulsion with gaps in between, like he got bored and went off to
> make a cuppa and left the record button on (he did? aah.. *cool*). All
> very
> um... *odd*... In between there are '4 new tracks' none of which sound
> that
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Andrew Duke | 10 May 16:37 2006

Re: my new ACIEEED mix

Sweet mix, Miro!
Thanks for posting it.
Andrew

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Max & Mark at madico | 10 May 17:37 2006

RE: EXP036 - VARIOUS ARTISTS - THE RHYTHM METHOD DLP

Its a pretty cool release indeed
Definitively worth checking out
Keep it up !

max
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Objet : [idm] EXP036 - VARIOUS ARTISTS - THE RHYTHM METHOD DLP

EXP036 - VARIOUS ARTISTS - THE RHYTHM METHOD DLP
http://www.experimedia.net/page.php?id=114

First Experimedia unleashed a collection of lush ambient soundscapes,
to commemorate their 25th release. Then they unveiled an abrassive
noise compilation, aimed at proprietors of artistic censorship. And
now, Experimedia returns with their greatest compilation yet... the
double LP-length 'Rhythm Method', featuring close to 160 minutes of
new & exclusive music from mostly new and/or unheard artists in
addition to a few established artists. Thematically, this release
continues the tradition of attacking a specific niche of electronica,
with the focus now on beat-driven electro, squelchy glitch-hop, raw
and rugged d'n'b... basically, if it has a pulse, it is being
represented. Whether you like to dance, nod yer head, or just sit back
and chill to some ear candy...this is for you. Design by Jack Rabbit.

Tracklisting

101 earthman - bomvu precog
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Huntley Miller | 10 May 17:57 2006
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Cepia - Atlantic Blood

Cepia - Atlantic Blood
is available for pre-order and will be released May
25th on Sublight.

"Having met wide acclaim for the majestic machine
clatters and subterraneous melodies of the Dowry EP
(Ghostly International), Minneapolis?s Cepia now
graces Sublight with "ATLANTIC BLOOD", a CD collection
of remixes and new material that runs a remarkable
stylistic gamut. Cepia brings a one-two punch with a
propulsive mix of Mr. Projectile's "You Need" and an
icy reworking of Tiki Obmar. Elsewhere, the ocean
beats of "X to M" by Tim Koch are complemented
beautifully by the skeleton-hop of "Naoise" by Dosh,
while the lush digital grain of original pieces "574"
and "Arount" exhibit the versatility of Cepia's Midas
touch. Also including reinterpretations of Fog and
Miles Tilmann, Atlantic Blood is a compelling addition
to the oeuvre of one of the most original voices in
modern electronic composition, and a tantalizing
precursor to his debut LP."

http://sublightrecords.com/cepia.html

http://www.cepiamusic.com

http://www.myspace.com/cepia

__________________________________________________
Do You Yahoo!?
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cutups | 10 May 18:11 2006

5/17 FUZZ! w/ Doormouse & Anonymous in Pittsburgh

wed may 17th
DOORMOUSE & ANONYMOUS 
(addict / cock rock disco / planet-mu / bleeders anonymous / milwaukee)
"the staggering sobriety tour"

the newest incarnation of doormouse's show combines
his intense hardcore electronics and live antics
with (dj) anonymous on drums into one freaked out mess

plus dj sets from anonymous, absolut and cutups

* The live set will be around 11PM so folks
Who can't stay out all night on a weekday can come out.

$5 / 21+ / 10PM - 2AM
at the Bloomfield Bridge Tavern
4412 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh

a FUZZ! + WRECKED joint

rb | 10 May 18:31 2006

RE: BoC - new EP


wonderful!

So how come no-one's been banging on about how cool'n'groovy /
boring-old-farty, enrapturing / snooze-inducing, fresh'n'wild /
same-old-same-old 'Trans Canada Highway' is?
Could this be a sign of an IDM cultural climate change, indicating that
IDM-peeps are no longer hanging on their every note or enigmatic
squiggle to impute strange significances?
I mean... what's the point of subscribing to this list if a guy can't
get a mailbox full of people inchoately slavering over/whining about the
latest emissions of their idols?
Tsk. Call yourself an IDM-list - IDM SchmyDM...
OK, you need someone to start the ball rolling, is that it? Right. 6
tracks: 1 you know, 'Dayvan Cowboy', as per the album (did you check
that video? Yeah, video of guys surfing. Cool. If you like surfing, that
is. If you don't. Not so cool. Last track is a remix by Odd Nosdam of
the aforementioned track - a 9 minute oddyssey (geddit?) that traipses
distractedly between some sort of smack-ambient noodle and
hypno-drone-hop semi-propulsion with gaps in between, like he got bored
and went off to make a cuppa and left the record button on (he did?
aah.. *cool*). All very um... *odd*... In between there are '4 new
tracks' none of which sound that new, but they're all OK. Bit like the
album, really. You probably heard 'Skyliner' at bleep.com and it got you
mildly aroused if not entirely creamed.
Will that do to kick us off? OK, I know it's not Lester Bangs or Ian
Penman or Kodwo Eshun, but hey... you got no excuse now. And don't give
me that coy sh|t about release dates. You've got an internet connection
haven't you... don't pretend you haven't already downloaded the whole
thing P2P and proudly burnt it for all your mates. Yes, you there...
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Brian.Power | 10 May 18:17 2006
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Re: BoC - new EP

Right, I'm not gonna waste my time or yours talking about this for long -
IMO they reached their "peak" on MHTRTC, then simply plastered (needlessly)
over the cracks on Geo, and the new stuff sounds like they've hired
somebody off of this list, who has a copy of Absynth under one arm and an
ounce of blow under the other, to do it all for 'em.

Not there's anything terribly "wrong" with the music, or that it's not a
rewarding listen for somebody, somewhere, but haven't the vast majority of
us heard it all before ?

Even the embarassingly Eurovisiony tracks off of that new Knife album are
more engaging a listen !

It's like gorging on too much candy - at first ye can't get enough of it,
until finally yer really, really sick of it. So then you start turning to
harder, more (un)savoury stuff.

Like Tod Dockstader's Aerial series, warped and (sometimes) terrifying late
night headphone listening. Or Akira Rabelais' Spellewaurneysherde (or
whatever it's called) ; music that has the contrary effect of not putting
you to sleep, but of keeping you awake - rivetted, transfixed, spellbound.
Something Boardsa haven't really done in a while I fear...

Granted, neither of the above releases has nary a "beat" between them, and
apologies if my post/argument is considered OT (I must confess that I
haven't even heard this new BoC EP yet), but hasn't this whole crafted
rhythmic electronic listening music with roots in hip hop 'n electro thing
been kinda done to death at this stage ? Even the administrators of this
here forum/listy thing have moved on twould appear ???

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