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  • tiger village – v – mount hausu

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    Step into Tiger Village’s laboratory bunker located somewhere near Cleveland and catch a glimpse of the scientist at work. Flanked on all sides by analog synths, MIDI controllers, tape decks, and drum machines, with patch cables splayed out from chassis to chassis like tangled octopi, Tim Thornton pieces together his intricate electronic compositions from the choir of squelching voices bursting from his mechanical arsenal. After jumpstarting his own cassette imprint called Suite 309 this year, Thornton treads deeper into the experimental underground with Tiger Village V, the first volume of his ambitious tape series to be released by an outside label. As one of the legion of tinkerers that define Ohio’s fertile experimental DIY culture, Thornton orbits the noise scene along a path overlapped with Hausu Mountain affiliates like Moth Cock, Witchbeam, and Jeremy Bible, co-defining an independent strain of tonal exploration and mind-warping disfiguration of form. While Thornton’s peers plunge headfirst into an abyss of static-soaked textures and improv abstraction, his own practice presents a nuanced approach to synth arrangement that proves, over the course of Tiger Village V’s forty-three overstuffed minutes, to be just as meticulous as it is mangled.

  • mondo lava – parrot head cartridge – hausu mountain

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    Rise up through the cloud line to the mountain crag where Mondo Lava lounge on their cushioned platforms gazing through hooded eyelids down at the world below. The mysterious Davis, CA-based duo of Lazarus “Lazy” B Jones and Carlos Fiancé first surfaced in the underground circuit on one side of a split with Eternal Tapestry in 2012. Despite still being fresh-faced college undergrads at the time, the Mondo boys’ unique strain of [tropicalia] {drone} (video game music)-infused freeform loop hypnosis perfectly complemented the extended jams of seasoned psych shredders E-Taps (whose ensemble included, at the time, Hausu Mountain affiliate Dewey Mahood a.k.a. Spectrum Control). After months of basement 4-track experimentation and significant spiritual research, Mondo Lava returns to society with their massive debut full-length, Parrot Head Cartridge – presented as a stream-of-consciousness tape-hiss manifesto somewhere between a home-dubbed mixtape for a loved one and a particularly illuminating hallucinogenic experience.

  • dreamcrusher – suicide deluxe – mount hausu

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  • stag hare – angel tach – djruna 1

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    Part 1 of the Djrona Trilogy released as a 3 tape edition October 3, 2014.

  • stag hare – pongdools – djrona 2

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    Part 2 of the Djrona Trilogy, released in a 3 tape edition October 3rd 2014

  • stag hare – gazer – djrona 3

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    Part 3 of the Djrona Trilogy, released in a 3 tape edition October 3rd 2014

  • citrus glaze – distractions – phinery tapes

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    “Distractions” is the debut EP from my new sound project, Citrus Glaze. I constructed these tracks in early 2014, shortly after relocating to Upstate New York. For the past five years, I have spent time living and working in cities up and down the East Coast of the United States. The sounds on this album are inspired by my time spent in those cities, as well as the desire to travel and explore. Each track features an evolving beat mixed with different original electronic sounds and loops.

    – Alex Bender (Citrus Glaze)

  • karl fousek – relative position of figures – phinery tapes

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    Karl Fousek’s album Relative Position of Figures speaks for itself. Karl uses synthesisers and tape delay to build his minimal yet captivating compositions.

    This might be demanding stuff, but once you’ve given in, a sonic palette of exploratory and transcending patterns will hypnotise you, and leave you wanting for more.

  • MOC – shine – phinery tapes

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    It’s taken Anatol Locker and Wolfgang Schmetterer almost a year to finish this album. It’s almost impossible to categorise what they’ve achieved with a genre, but it’s very obvious that they’ve spent their time wisely. Inspired by early horror movies they’ve collected sounds, mixed them up, put them back together and then added a bit more. It may sound confusing, but with MOC in your ears you’re in safe hands. These sounds evolves with every listen, and takes the listener to a journey through dark misty noise, bright string sections, distorted field recordings, beats and ambience.
    released 29 September 2014

    „MOC“ are Munich-based Wolfgang Schmetterer ( and Anatol Locker ( „Shine“ was composed, recorded, edited and produced between 11/13 and 8/14 using u.f.o. equipment, free floating electrons, shortwave radio recordings and lots of tea. MOC would like to thank Benjamin, Bianca and Dario Argento.