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  • adriuntz 10:52 pm on February 17, 2013 Permalink |
    Tags: , , electronic, essential mix, ,   

    More SBTRKT 

     
  • adriuntz 4:20 am on February 16, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: boiler room, , electronic, , podcasts, ,   

    Boiler Room 

    http://boilerroom.tv/bonobo-50-min-mix/

    http://boilerroom.tv/thom-yorke-30-min-mix/

     
  • adriuntz 1:25 am on November 20, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: brothers past, electronic, , ,   

    BP 

    Enjoy…
    http://downlow.brotherspast.com/

     
  • adriuntz 7:10 pm on October 2, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: electronic, ,   

    Sunday 

    TDB – The Silo Reading PA 12/27/2000

    Set 1: Pygmy Twylyte > Above The Waves1 > Dance Of The Sugarplum Fairies, Svenghali > Hot Air Balloon > Svenghali

    Set 2: Mulberry’s Dream, Little Shimmy In A Conga Line > Haleakala Crater, The Unspoken Rhyme > Run Like Hell > Little Shimmy In A Conga Line > Hot Air Balloon

    Encore: Barfly

    1Inverted version

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=CCSTQV5K

     
  • adriuntz 3:45 am on March 16, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: , , electronic, , ott   

    http://ottsonic.bandcamp.com/

     
    • krammark 4:48 am on March 16, 2011 Permalink

      yum

    • krammark 4:55 am on March 16, 2011 Permalink

    • deadindenver 9:37 am on March 16, 2011 Permalink

      😀

    • oneshowatatime 10:09 pm on March 16, 2011 Permalink

      You can definitely have WAY too much of a good thing if you’re not careful, but I love dubstep that is incorportated/done tastefully. Ott works the untz into the composition so smoothly… impressive and refreshing. Lots of crunchy organic dubstep here so far! Thanks for the free kickdown 🙂

    • Ms.Wonderland 9:30 am on March 17, 2011 Permalink

      deeeeelish

  • oneshowatatime 7:21 pm on December 3, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , electronic, experimental, , invisible allies,   

    Invisible Allies – Hyperdimensional Animals 

     
    • oneshowatatime 7:32 pm on December 3, 2010 Permalink

      I just purchased in ALAC format–can’t wait to put it through the headphones and explore the outer stratosphere and dark matter stew in my cubicle.

    • ajnakashic 7:36 pm on December 3, 2010 Permalink

      Mulberry Windows.

    • untamedyawp 5:19 am on December 4, 2010 Permalink

      turquoise rain chant

    • absolutelylovely 5:25 pm on December 5, 2010 Permalink

      techniculus funkularus seems to me to be a heady version of this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Gp5Vd44AJQ

  • adriuntz 12:33 am on October 17, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: electronic, gorillaz,   

    NPR is cool 

    Gorillaz
    2010-07-29
    Damascus Citadel
    Damascus, Syria

    NPR rip (great stuff!)

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=5T90EQEX

    What you are about to hear is the sound of a band coming full circle while embarking on a new beginning.

    When Damon Albarn decided to extend his Gorillaz project for a third album, he looked to Syria for inspiration. It was March 2009, and the Britpop icon was obsessed with Arabic orchestral music, so he took his demos to Damascus and recorded with the National Orchestra for Arabic Music.

    While in Syria, Albarn worked with conductor Issam Rafea, who composed a gorgeous piece full of strings, woodwinds and hand percussion for Gorillaz’s third album, Plastic Beach. The sessions only resulted in the intro and outro of “White Flag,” the album’s not-so-ambiguous plea for peace in the Middle East, but those two minutes helped cement the relationship Rafea and his musicians had with Albarn.

    Just look at what happened on Sunday night.

    Gorillaz returned to the Syrian valley with Plastic Beach’s cast of all-stars in tow for a special performance at the Damascus Citadel, a 1,000-year-old walled palace in the northwest corner of the city. Under a full moon, the cartoon crew — stripped of its members’ animated alter egos — shared the stage with Syria’s National Orchestra and marked what we can only hope is a new era of music in the Middle East.

    “The pinnacle of our exploit,” Gorillaz bassist Murdoc Niccals tells NPR Music in a rambling introduction to the concert. “It shows that it is possible to perform there. This shouldn’t be a one-off gig — it should be the start of many, many bands going over there.”

    This wasn’t the first time Rafea’s orchestra played live with Gorillaz — the band brought it along to festival performances in Spain, Denmark and Glastonbury, England — but it meant so much more this time around. Rafea got to showcase his composition from the podium in an extended intro to “White Flag,” complete with British MCs Bashy and Kano.

    The lineup included:

    • Bobby Womack
    • De La Soul
    • Bootie Brown of The Pharcyde
    • Paul Simonon and Mick Jones of The Clash
    • Shaun Ryder of The Happy Mondays
    • Bashy
    • Kano

    The most important guest, however, might have been Eslam Jawaad, the Syrian rapper whom Albarn met in London and worked with in The Good, The Bad and The Queen. Murdoc Niccals credits Jawaad with bringing Gorillaz to Damascus, and the rapper is billed as an inspiration in Plastic Beach’s liner notes under his given name, Wissam Khodur. When he launched into Arabic in the show-stopping “Clint Eastwood,” the thousands of screaming fans reacted as if they’d been waiting all their lives to hear it. It’s a truly magical moment.

    May there be many more like it to come

     

     
    • Ms.Wonderland 3:46 am on October 18, 2010 Permalink

      This is totally face untzing

  • Michael Garfield 1:34 am on December 18, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: acoustic, electronic, , , , kalimba, , loops,   

    Vanishing Act (new acoustic hardware live PA music) 

    Merry Christmas, everybody!  My first post on shredsomething is a gift to you all.

    This half-hour of music represents the latest iteration of my ongoing “acoustic hardware live PA” project – an attempt to marry the worlds of acoustic and electronic music. Filling a niche in the ecology of sound somewhere between ambient neominimalism and tribal downtempo, this vast aviary of shifting textures evokes lush mindscapes and soaring vistas, riverine journeys and driving drum scenes.

    Each improvised composition was recorded in one take with no overdubs or laptop wizardry. Everything you hear comes from live acoustic guitar and kalimba I processed through pitch shifters, delays, and wah, then looped and remixed on the fly.

    Kick back and get spacious with Vanishing Act as I carry you into depths both new and familiar, strange and beautiful. Thanks for listening!

     
    • untamedyawp 2:22 am on December 18, 2009 Permalink

    • kbelly 2:29 am on December 18, 2009 Permalink

      welcome and thank you!

    • absolutelylovely 5:33 am on December 18, 2009 Permalink

      🙂

    • deadindenver 2:30 am on December 19, 2009 Permalink

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