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Friday, June 10, 2016

Flavor of the Week #23

Aphex Twin
( ;D --> Richard David James (born 18 August 1971), best known by his stage name Aphex Twin, is an England-based electronic musician and composer. He has been described by The Guardian as "the most inventive and influential figure in contemporary electronic music", and is the co-founder of Rephlex Records with Grant Wilson-Claridge.[1] Aphex Twin's album Selected Ambient Works 85-92 was called the best album of the 1990s by FACT Magazine.)
Cheetah EP
( ;D --> A mysterious print advertisement has surfaced announcing a new record from Aphex Twin. Record stores have posted photos of a flyer, which reportedly came in the mail and details a forthcoming Cheetah EP. The flyer's wording introduces the EP like it's a new instrument: “To assure you that your Cheetah EP will give you many years of enjoyment, please be sure to read the owner's manual carefully before attempting to operate the Cheetah EP.” The flyer features both Aphex Twin's and Warp Records' logos.)
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( ;D --> Swedish minimalistic electro pop act Elektroklänge now on the Belgian electro label Alfa Matrix. While remaining true to the so-called ‘Düsseldorf sound’, Elektroklänge still adds it’s own identity to the mix occasionally using the piano to bring a more emotionally-charged version of Kraftwerk. The “Mechanische Tänze Nos. 1-4” EP is the band’s first release on the Belgian Alfa Matrix label who already brought us bands active in a similar electronic register like Metroland, Növö or yet the very early Front 242 material.)
Mechanische Tänze Nos. 1​-​4 EP
Mechanische Tänze Nos. 1-4 (Promo Video)

Dead Astronauts
( ;D --> Formed in late 2011 by Jared Kyle, Stewart joined in early 2012, and since then they produced their Constellations album and launched the Dead Astronauts Project, a global wallpaper gallery of over 20 visual artists.
Minimal and magical, he has that syrupy drone, she has that lilting whisper. As one, it's a seeping combination, a thumping transfusion. Though geographically separate, together their sound is lo-fi new wave from an alternate universe. This is a pair, heavily influenced by the 80s, whose parts bring each cohesive element to the table at different times; two parts of one, they are a careful gestalt that synthesizes.)

Strange Ways EP
I Promise I (Crying Vessel Remix)

( ;D --> Under the alias of 'C-Lekktor', Marco makes his first appearances in quality of disc jockey in events that gather to the pioneer bands of the electro scene in Mexico, 'Oxido Conkreto', 'Hocico', 'Portent', 'Ogo', 'Cenobita', 'Deus ex Machina'. That was the golden era of the electro (1990-1997).)
Circuito Cerrado - Arrhythmia 2CD
Trastorno (GRENDEL Remix) from X​-​Tension Complete - X​-​Tended Edition
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( ;D --> Poliça (often written as Polica) is an American synthpop and alternative rock band from Minneapolis founded in 2011 by Ryan Olson (production) and Channy Leaneagh (vocals/synth). Live, the group consists of Chris Bierden (bass/vocals), Drew Christopherson (drums), Ben Ivascu (drums) and Channy Leaneagh (vocals).)
United Crushers

Over And Out

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