Death After Life, Thug Entrancer’s debut for Software Recording Co. is a deliberately realized collection of dance experimentation and hybridized electronic music with narrow stylistic precedents. It’s also a gripping, somber tide formed from the gravitational pull of an artist’s amble through unknown turfs.
Read more and pre-order here: http://www.softwarelabel.net/shop/thug-entrancer-death-after-life/
To foreshadow his upcoming full-length early next year, Tommy Metz releases a new vibrant and energetic ep "Chances". With glitched-out pianos, powerful beats and thick bass-lines, this ep gets your spirit lifted and moving. If you like this ep, the full-length takes it to a whole new level. So stay tuned!
Get it here.
Obnoxious as hell scat song by Tommy Metz back in 2003.
Plastic Sound Supply Releases New Ambient Comp Featuring Iuengliss, Cacheflowe, Scaffolding, C.DB.SN...
Plastic Sound Supply (Denver based record label and close friend of Bocumast) is at it again with "Ultrasoft! Anthems 33", a new ambient comp featuring a plethera of amazing Denver electronic artists including Iuengliss, Cacheflowe, C.DB.SN and many more. Grab the album for free this week at: http://plasticsoundsupply.com/release/ultrasoft_anthems_33/
It's a fine day in the world! Go grab Patrick Lee's new record "The Limberlost" at http://patrickleemusic.com.
"It has taiko drums (recorded on site on Alameda island, California), harp, spoken clips by my daughter and grandfather, pictures of my parents, and two songs over eight minutes long. So...I think it's ready for unleashment." - Patrick Lee
From the man himself - "The next album - really the follow-up to 2010's The Last Thing - is called The Limberlost, and will be out August 16th. I can say I've never worked so hard on any batch of music as this. Hopefully you all will dig it."
Look for the album at patrickleemusic.com. And check out the 2 promo videos for the album below!
Wire Faces have a new record and it's amazing! Help fund their kickstarter if you have a few extra bucks to share. It will most certainly be worth it.