This Small Colin interview is one of the more interesting to me. Like many artists frustrated with the music industry, he’s turned to Creative Commons.
Environment pressure art is something of a new concept to me, and I don’t know if I completely understand it. I’m stymied by this release.
Sometimes the name an artist chooses for him or herself has ironic meanings that they don’t intend. In this case Mo Junkie means mo junk to me.
xQz is a 21 year old producer from the Ukraine who is always looking for new approaches, new angles and backwards words. It’s in the wide range of samples, chilled beats, and his perspective where xQz sets himself apart from many other producers in the downtempo game.
The mantra of the Perry Ferya Band is easily stated in one word: improvise. This group is an off-shoot of the Skala Collective — a group of artists that support each other in solo and group projects. Mantra is the third release from the group, and definitely takes a bit of a turn from previous releases.
This weeks show is: Candide Pt. 1, the first four chapters of the book (read by ted Delome) with my typical eclectic music mix. I have optimism.
DJ Habett and I talk about music as therapy, defending Creative Commons Licenses, the amazing level of success he’s had online, and a lot more.
The Corwin Trails lead back to 1993 for an exploration of memories and a bit of nostalgia through a series of vignettes,
The transparent order in Cagey House is the completion of a trifecta of releases this summer. But are they a single release, or are they three releases that are related to each other?
The duo of Paul Yashan and Arkadiy Tronets spent the last two years developing a new style of Downtempo infused Dub elements, organic textures, experimental twists and a crystal clear production. Now it’s time to hear the world In a drop of Shamanizm Parallelii.
Occasionally a release comes along that just strikes me as a fresh take sounds that I have been familiar with for decades. Such is the case with Jovem Palerosi’s Mouseen.
This episode of the CerebralMix reaches the conclusion of The Animals’ Rebellion.
The Sucu Music Netlabel was founded in 2013 in Enna, Italy by four artists with diverse backgrounds. On just before their 1st anniversary they chat with The CerebralRift about their releases, collaborating, Creative Commons and the future of netaudio.
I didn’t know what to expect when Mystified asked me to check Numinous Transmissions. The title left me thinking there was going to be an emphasis on the supernatural (based on the word numinous). However, when I checked the description of the release it included the statement: “Exploring sounds and ideas of the sacred…” which, to me at least, leaned more towards spirituality and religion. While the two concepts are not mutually exclusive, I generally don’t feel there is much overlap between them. So, just what is up with this recording of sacred numinous transmissions?
With every waking Mindflip moment the good Doctor takes on a new adventure in his musical landscape. This release sees him move from being a solo artist dubbing in percussion and other instruments as necessary to his work to having a full band backing him.