August 27th, 2012

Jaschi Klein



Obtane & Giorgio Gigli ‎– Hypothesis Of Objects Construction On Natural Environments (Hidden Archive Remixes)





August 25th, 2012




Prostitutes – Psychedelic Black ( Stabudown )

2012-08-24 – Max Cooper -Live- (Traum Schallplatten) @ Transitions Radio Show, Proton Radio

Gui Boratto @ Highway Podcast 80 (23.07.12)



August 24th, 2012

Ralph Gibson



Barry Adamson + Pan Sonic – The Hymn Of The 7th Illusion



August 19th, 2012

Léon Spilliaert



Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli Plays Debussy (Deutsche Grammophon)

Carl Craig & Moritz von Oswald ‎– ReComposed (Deutsche Grammophon)



August 18th, 2012

Todd Hido


ECM 2170_71  Ketil Bjørnstad – Vinding’s Music – Songs From The Alder Thicket

Samuel Barber – Adagio for strings

Samuel Barber – Adagio for strings, Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Christian Eggen (conductor)


August 17th, 2012

Barbara Kasten,  Incidence (2009-10)



Lebanon Hanover – The World Is Getting Colder

“Lebanon Hanover is a duo constructed between Berlin and England in July 2010. Very influenced by the early 80s they decided to disapprove with the high-pitched overproduced music that peaks in your ears. After some of their tracks have been featured on compilations like „Darkness before Dawn“ “ The Almighty Wire“ „Monosynth“ and „Death Disco“ they have released their first 12“ vinyl on Fabrika Records (Greece) in February 2012.” via


The KVB – Always Then



August 14th, 2012

Film Stills – Patience (After Sebald), Director: Grant Gee



Blue Daisy x Unknown Shapes – Bedtime Stories EP

Tommy Four Seven ‘Monad XIII’ [SAM013]

Bas Mooy – The Room At The End EP



August 13th, 2012

Kenneth Josephson, Polapans, 1973


Michael Nyman – Decay Music (1976)

Decay Music is the 1976 debut album by Michael Nyman, released on Brian Eno‘s Obscure Records music label. The two works on the album, 1-100 (composed 1 December 1975) and Bell Set No. 1 (1974) are both built around the musical concept of decay. Both of these experiment with percussive, long decay musical forms. 1-100 is played at half the speed it was recorded. It was written for Peter Greenaway‘s film of the same title, but rejected because it was too long. It was inspired by Frederic Rzewski‘s Les Moutons de Panurge, which Nyman often played with the Scratch Orchestra. via



August 2nd, 2012

Franz Erhard Walther, Connection(head)1967




RA.322 The Sight Below

Ancient Methods – 203 – Electronic Explorations


Diamond Version (Alva Noto & Byetone) – Empowering Change


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