Mia Prce. a mother, a lover, a piano player. Étude Des Têtus is her third limited run release, after a self-released cassette and a nice 7″ for the Ultra Eczema recordlabel. this current cassette holds four compositions. all organically scored, played and recorded “with two hands”. forming an unintentional, beautiful and singular take on 1950’s styled “keyboard exotica”. if you are a thinker like me, and always wished Korla Pandit was a woman instead of a man – since we all know, women are better “dreamers” than man – here’s your chance!
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transcending guitar and tape manipulations by mark billings featuring additional vocals
by a woman named evelyn. personal existence in a monotonous world.
slow and alone; frantic and escaping.
simple keyboard from Kevin McEleney (heavy psych).
slow moving and distant recordings extended from isolation.
heavy chorus burn and hovering, delayed melodies.
unrestrained walls of guitar from mark billings. field recordings and guitar
with more collage and straight drone than his previous tape on jugular forest.
hidden mardi-gras energy. this is a different version of mark’s upcoming LP on oms-b.
sci-fi synth/keyboard from cole miller (real life predator label). a mellow introduction descends
into dark, rhythmic melodies further creeped out by obscure, delayed vocals. sustained keys
juxtaposed against unsettling collages.
the coming of age story continues with teenage
digital synthesizer. isolation comforted
through researching the internet about drugs,
desperately seeking experiences.
monsturo is david rothbaum, a los angeles musician that creates
recordings that are extremely patient and rewarding with subtle detail.
522 was recorded to cassette on a tascam 688 using a roland SH-3a
synthesizer. said to be the final monsturo release, minimal static tones
ascend together left to resonate. the spaceship is leaving, but hovered
out on a high note.
‘Wayward Belgium electronics’ would require several volumes of a radical music encyclopedia to even loosely engage the topic, and part of that reason is the endless river of new names that keeps cascading up from the cobblestoned sewers. Thibault Gondard floated on to our music map early this summer with a self-released LP of overdriven keyboard muscle, echo-warped skrewed-down drum machines, lulling air raid sirens, stained glass synth tonal pools, and alien soul vocal manipulations, and Avontuur is his freshest (and best) batch of tracks, which also functions as a debut of sorts. The opening cut, “Avontuur,” is as hybridized and electrifying as any he’s crafted thus far, slicing through the speakers with a stuttering codeine cassette-ready beat peppered with reverb handclaps and minimal keyboard riffs jacked through junk shop speaker cabinets. He’s just embarked on a two week European tour with ‘glue-wave’ post-punkers The Dreams so go huff his fumes live if he crosses yr flight path. Pro-dubbed and imprinted tapes in cases with J-cards designed by MB Brown. Edition of 150.