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  • max eilbacher – mescalin headache

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    Cavelife is proud to present the solo debut of Maryland’s foremost electronic wunderkind. Max has played in and toured with numerous groups over the last few years, all the while fronting his teenage-noise turned caveman-intellectual rock band Needle Gun since high school. In early 2011, he began giving solo performances with a modular synth of his own design and whatever Casios, tape machines, biofeedback monitors, eerie homemade video and performance art ideas he found lying around the wasteland of Southwest Baltimore. And these sides reflect where they were borne out, this is not temperate work. There’s no synthesizer drone or arpeggiator muck in the driver’s seat like so much of the recent synth ‘boum.’ There are stylistic jumps and blind turns all over a quickly changing terrain. At times it feels like Eilbacher’s sliding sideways into his own fucked up urban sci-fi world, taking you with him but the calm and unhurried manner makes the trip surefooted, comfortable even. A bold debut that’s not to be missed.


  • banal beauty – sandmutopia

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    Andrew P. Storrs (Rum Raisin, Pagan Time Travel Home Video) looses a far out score for a 1970s PBS documentary on Midatlantic ravens in the 17th century. Envisioning reenactment footage of the 1669 Baltimore Renn-Faire, his fingers dancing across the keys of the Teisco S-100P synthesizer, an anomaly is birthed in Storrs’ musical trajectory. One that represents the best qualities of its elusive creator. Modern antique synthesizer composition for fans of Creel Pone, subterranean reality television and classical music.


  • copper glove – live trash

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    Disgusting attempts at basement party beats
    succumb to machines being strangled. Killer.


  • comet bodies – human vapors

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    julian of cylindrical habitat and buddy adam miller who does isle of sodor cook up some darrrrk zones, somewhat of an industrial release from these two , while most kids there age are chugging beer thru a funnelor forming a neon crystal feather boa drocal band or a combo of both , these kids are harvesting raw sounds with all the right intentions, true stuff.


  • nature camp – sinth

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    a new duo out of cleveland, side a is a guitar heavy kraut romp with steady percussion and side b is a classic weirdo newcomer freak out ala early early spooky tan dream


  • radio people – avalon

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    a somewhat claustrophobic radio people release, still a steady elegant roedelius vibe that can put the listener at ease


  • media dreams

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    New full length tape from the deep zone trio of Samara Lubelski, Pete Nolan, and Brian Sullivan.. This band exists for the sole purpose of penetrating the vast unknown and their using the most up to date fire power. Jammage of the highest order.. Recorded live at the legendary Tarpit.


  • trauma – calming effects of the ocean vol. 3

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    The third chapter of Trauma’s six part series (other volumes on Fag Tapes, Excite Bike, Tapeworm Tapes, Holy Cheever Church, and American Tapes) finds the Detroit duo of percussionist Ben Hall and guitarist Chris Riggs adrift in texture. Neither’s role can be distinguished; a seriously strange and pure approach. Percussive guitar and melodic drums intertwine denying all points of departure. The piece constantly advances incessantly in a blur of energy; almost non-human: like a field recording of playerless instruments outside during a rainstorm. In an edition of 100 tapes with full color cardstock covers and printed labels.


  • justin meyers – the amplitude of neighbors

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    Minneapolis’ Justin Meyers has been producing extremely discrete musique concrete for the past few years. Through field recordings Meyers achieves a double sided voyeurism; his capturing of another’s space, and the listeners glimpse into his space. His care and precision demands attention with an unconscious magnetism; on Both Sides the recording of an outdoor summer’s evening is paired with subtle beating frequencies symbiotically shifting in and out of the other, producing a deeply compelling command over space. This same phenomena is explored on A Visitor: composed with simple sine waves, infinite variations of listening interaction are possible, imposing the piece directly within the space of the listener. In an edition of 125 copies with full color cardstock covers and labeled tapes.