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I just got interview'd



Check it out.. I am rather interesting and so forth ;P

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Horgon Fantasy


Posted by Bill Fox In: Albums

Announcing the new release from Twyndyllyngs, "Horgon Fantasy." It's an EP that is only available as a digital download from Bandcamp. Buy the album for less than the price of the individual tracks and get a bonus track to boot!  The two main tracks come from our September 6th appearance at the electro-music 2014 festival.  The bonus track was donated to the 2014 electro-music sampler and is an excerpt of a Chez Mosc broadcast that was dedicated to the memory of Kevin Haller.

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[TXR090] MORPHINE BANDIT - Morphine Base


Posted by Oval Gemini In: Albums

Sparse chords and random noises creating dark atmospheric drones for meditative use or other inner deep activities.

Artist : Morphine bandit
Title : Morphine Base
Catalog # : TXR090
Duration : 41:47
Date of release : September 17, 2014
Genres : drone, dark ambient, noise
Format : digital (FLAC and MP3)
Free download link :





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USHER - WEHWALT - ZREEN TOYZ - Le Chrysaor Paraphile


Posted by John Cobains In: Labels

USHER - WEHWALT - ZREEN TOYZ - Le Chrysaor Paraphile


Original release by Inner Cinema (2011).
This release by Sillage Intemporel (2014).



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"Polysex" by Stahlfabrik.


On the following link you can find Stahlfabrik's latest release. It's called "Polysex", a pun with Korg Polysix.


 In his own words: "the aim of Polysex is to shake and/or develop the listener's sound perception, therefore refrain from listening to it if you are one of those who always take things for granted."


If you dare listen to this sonic experiment, you can find it here:




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Anti War Recordings


Considering today's new developments in USA military plans and the overall failures of its military interventions over the years ~ and my ever-growing disgust with how many lives and how much money have been wasted in the process of executing such activities, I offer these two historical Taped Rugs recordings for your perusal...






I ask in vain, how many other ways are there that my leaders could spend my tax dollars to truly enhance the human experience on this planet?...

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Middlemarch - Wolf Hall


Posted by Five Minutes Alone In: Albums

Middlemarch is a modern-classical/ambient project by Ross Baker and Five Minutes Alone. It is with great pleasure and excitement that we announce that our debut album Wolf Hall is released on Time Released Sound.






For TRS045 we are very pleased to bring you this full length album from Middlemarch... aka Dimitris Avramidis/piano and Ross Baker/electronics. A beautiful melange of melodic and atmospheric, pastorally infused and electronically treated and overlaid piano ambiance, that is inspired in part by the novel Wolf Hall, by Hilary Mantel.

This dreamy moody soundtrack to the lives of those that lived, breathed and conspired in Tudor England, comes packaged in the form of a mounted, original 8” x “10 collage, each in a fold out, stand up sleeve/frame. Each slightly differently sized collage is made from the full page photos of a huge, 80 year old book on early tudor architecture, and is collaged ala Max Ernst with vintage prints of birds, animals, and other slightly surreal elements... they are of course all uniquely stamped/marked/treated with the usually attempted TRS flair! Hanging from the back of the display folder is the factory pressed disc in a collaged envelope, along with a hand printed insert on antique ledger paper. The whole display package comes in a large, hand assembled and ribbon tied envelope made from deluxe, hand block printed wallpaper, by Paper Mills. Extremely evocative!

This deluxe version will be available in an edition of only 85 copies. There is also a beautiful, standard digipak version in an edition of 150 copies.

As usual, the copy you receive may or not be one of the ones pictured! Collages and packaging by Colin Herrick and Maria Chenut...

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Fog Music 13 by Head Joint


Posted by Jack Hertz In: Albums

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Aural Films presents "Fog Music." A series of recordings inspired by the weather condition known as fog. Light and dark, wet and dry, this invasive event is a great source of inspiration for sound artists from around the world. This project seeks to publish 24 hours of these recordings as an on-going series for all to hear and enjoy. Download "Fog Music 13" by Head Joint now at auralfilms.bandcamp.com/album/fog-music-13



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Anybody Here Use Score Writing Midi ?


Hey Fellow Pioneers Of Pulse...


I just thought I'd probe a bit into your compositional techniques and share something of mine.  Back in the mid-1990's  my stepson gave me a computer loaded with an Aptiva software thing called Midisoft Music Mentor Recording Session.  It's a score writer that's very intuitive and easy to use.  I've been able to incorporate it into all of the subsequent computers that I have possessed over the years (although it doesn't quite fit right on my screen anymore).  I've used this thing extensively to create and transcribe, and it has provided many of my works with a "signature" sound.  Mostly I've used it in conjunction (multi-track) with other sound generators (voice, "real" instruments, non-instruments, field recordings, samples, etc.).   However, I recorded a couple of albums back in the 1990's (released on cassette) on which all of the sounds were composed with this device. 


I have a friend/collaborator who uses a rather expensive midi scorewriter called Sibelius.  And I have another friend who actually served as a recording engineer to capture the sounds for a scorewriter too (the name of this product escapes me now...). 


Anyway, here I shall share one of my own all Midi Music Mentor albums (people say this stuff sounds like Zappa/Synclavier sort of...).  Note that the pieces which I released on the actual cassette appear in the streaming box and below as mp3s, but the midi files themselves are also archived here -- listen to both if you are curious -- the midi will adapt to whatever sound card that your computer uses and will likely have clearer sound quality on your speakers.



I am curious to listen to anyone else's music composed with a midi score writer of any sort.  Please share, and talk about your experiences, thanks!



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