Release date: 31st July 2017
katsa.theo's tracks from last year's bauHAUSmuzak album remixed by Dead Janitor, Aleff, Teapot and Jojo blue. Download for your price or get special limited edition CD (15 pcs only).
TIME LIMITED OFFER:
purchase the original cassette album katsa.theo – bauHAUSmuzak and get the remix CD for free!
Release date: 28th February 2017
DELTA-SLEEP-INDUCING PEPTIDE (DSIP) was founded in 1989 by Dieter Mauson and Siegmar Fricke. Until 1994 DSIP produced around 25 cassettes, published on various tape-labels all around the world and on the privately run DSIP cassette label. The music was recorded with electronic equipment on analogue tape recorders and cassette decks in their own homestudios in Hamburg, Mainz and Wilhelmshaven/Germany. DSIP exclusively concentrated on the realisation of experimental and subtle soundtracks which can be described as mind-cinema of the subconscious. The stages of sleep + phenomena of dreams have been musically explored in an idiosyncratic sound-approach. In 1994, DSIP stopped and has subsequently become a legend within the electronic scene worldwide.
Nineteen years later, the project has been reactivated. The newest album "Clouding" contains two long pieces of subsyndromal electroacoustic avantgarde. Psychometric soundtracks for the stuporous state and sleep-wake-transition.
Release date: 28th March 2016
The new album of the katsa.theo project, the brainchild of the sound and noise manipulator Jiří Tilgner, deals with the concept of home in all of its forms – from physical structures to the meaning and emotions linked to a place. The fact that the album’s creation was happening over a long period of time, leaving space for many experiments along the way, contributes to the wide genre diversity of the final result – raw electro-industrial groundworks are naturally combined with tones of dub, techno or downtempo. Ambient drone phases take turns with tracks with almost pop structure.
Release date: 21th March 2016
Electronic Music producer Hypercube (born Rodrigo Passannanti) debuted with a full-length album Earobics in 1996 on Hypnotic / Cleopatra US label known for top acts like FSOL, Loop Guru and many more.
Since then Hypercube has been producing and releasing numerous recordings under different names among labels such as Blue Room (UK), Klang Galerie (Austria), Nova Tek (Germany), Criminal Records (UK), SPV (Poland), Nova Zembla (Belgium) etc. including live gigs and a long term collaboration with producer Andy Hughes (former member of The Orb).
Hypercube music focuses on experimentation with extensive use of software effect plugins, audio editors and sound processors within the computer environment.
Release date: 17th November 2015
With the new EP Transition, Selectone leaves behind the realms of hypnotic drones and vinyl plunderphonics. Soaked with techno-industrial influences, the new sound comes with an analog veil, though this time the minimalist form moves its focus from dirty microsample loops towards more straightforward synth grooves, dub echoes and caustic beats.
Release date: 2nd November 2015
Grid861 is an audio-visual project, initiated by motion designer Evaldas Jucevicius from Lithuania. His exploration in sounds and visuals, driven by intuitive experiments with software and composition takes you to another space with its own rules. Ressonus Records presents Grid861's debut EP For Rest Delivery.
Release date: 27th January 2015
Somnolent automatons driven by foreign minds ruled one day the world. But now they look from afar at a desolate landscape, where waste mountains from another time stack together. Astonished from inside the heavenly city they see the ruins, knowing that in a remote past all that extravagant shapes were inspired by them. Somehow resisting to death, somewhere to get heard.
Release date: 17th November 2014
Selected Punishments is an album, which in its own way illustrates the human rudeness. Symbolically shows the branches of intoxicating human astray on the paths of inner human conscience. Eight times to stop at the crossroads where the path of man's own soul can fall so deep, where there is a gateway to the point of no return back.
With Selected Punishments the author closes the circle of one decade of creation, which continues his introspective industrial electronics from concept double album ElectroErotica / ElectroErrorticon from the years 2004 and 2005.
Release date: 20th October 2014
Ian Fleming is an Irish-born composer of electronic music. As Lunacybot, Ian produces a variety of styles ranging from electroacoustic pieces, ambient electronica, glitch and techno. In March 2013, he had a tape piece premiered in the National Concert Hall, Dublin, as part of the Contemporary Music Centre's New Music Week. Since then, he has made his debut as a live performer, opening the inaugural Sonic Arts Waterford festival. He is regularly featured on Lyric FM's award-winning show Nova, Ireland's national programme for contemporary music.
Cogito Ergo Sum is Ian's debut album, released on Ressonus Records in October 2014.
Release date: 14th July 2014
Dead Grooves represents one stage of work by the Czech experimental project Selectone. The project's distinctively intuitive approach to minimalism gives birth to hypnotic compositions, mostly built from sonic elements gnawed away by the ravages of time. With the clarity of a retired turntable needle riding the grooves clogged with dust, Selectone carries you away as if passing an atmospheric storm in a haze of altered consciousness.
Most of the album's material was recorded in isolation in a small town on the Czech-Polish border, heightening the introspective character of the tracks. The key to these ‘Dead Grooves’ is circular motion; the album's sound is shaped by the endless spinning of heavily worn shellac records and tapes, forming hypnotically pulsating tracks, masked with crackling and sparkling repetitions.
Release date: 17th June 2014
The Agromaniac, an American experimental electronic music producer releases his debut album AM on Ressonus Records at the end of June. The 12-track album is loosely inspired by Harlan Ellison's short story I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream from 1967.