Ummm holy shit yes please.
the live pack was created by ill.gates.ESKAMON is the new collaboration project between Amon Tobin (Ninja Tune) & Eskmo (Warp, Planet Mu).
“Fine Objects” is the first single by the duo that’s set for release on Eskmo’s own imprint “Ancestor.”
“Fine Objects” is the result of the pair’s unique take on sonic exploration and the manipulation of field
recordings. From the onset, the two went out with a recorder, gathering sounds from around the house, yard and
studio. Material recorded out of the studio included sounds from a parking garage elevator, a broken harp and the
droning tones from a discarded piano. These were combined with more home-centric sounds to form the central
theme to the song. With lumbering alien bass and intentionally dry, off-kilter percussion, “Objects” quickly grew
into it’s own symbolic representation of taking “odd pieces” and allowing them to grow into something a bit more
“refined and ablaze.”
The digital release is set for an April 5th worldwide release date and the pair plans on giving out a free WAV
sample pack of all the sounds created for the track. The pack will be available directly from AmonTobin.com.
“Fine Objects” (Ancestor, ANC004) Written and produced by Amon Tobin & Brendan Angelides
Photo : "la Colline" by Emmanuel Colombani - www.emmanuelcolombani.net
Publishing: Just Isn't Music / Ancestor Publishing - ASCAP
damn, solid talent right there...
so i like the new casino vs japan. well, not new since they are 20 previously unreleased tracks. if you liked his first self titled album, you'll love this. it's a deluxe edition called 'night on tape' and only 150 copies have been made.
and phoenecia - echelon mall is on itunes now. hopefully there are plans to release physical copies.
also, went to the warp party at sxsw with low expectations, but turned out surprisingly good. eskmo and nice nice tore the place apart.
yeah. the casino vs. japan is badass. didn't know this was coming out, so i was very happy when i saw that making the rounds.
What's the name of the new CvsJ?
For your health
does anyone have a Casino Vs. Japan link?
i was given a link when purchased the deluxe vinyl edition (link is expired by now and haven't received the physical copy yet) and will try to upload it tonight when i get home.
the package looks good https://attacknine.com/index.php
I dig the Brazda Lui Novac album. Very Plaidish.
Just wanted to let you know that Brian and I will be teaching a music production + business seminar this Saturday, April 24th at Pyramind Studios in San Francisco.
If you won't be in San Francisco this weekend, don't worry: You can also attend virtually via the live [B]streaming broadcast on UStream.tv!
Tickets for live event and the streaming broadcast are both available here.
In addition to an afternoon of production tips, tricks, and demonstrations of how Trifonic works in the studio, all paid attendees will receive a download link for FULL STEMS of our tracks Parks On Fire and Lies.
Hope to see you there... or online!
Brian and LT
Pyramind Elite Sessions presents TRIFONIC
832 Folsom St. - San Francisco, CA
1:00PM - 6:00PM // Saturday, April 24th
"Trifonic: Behind the Music"
Work-flow, audio processing, glitch effects, intense/nasty bass sounds, vocal processing, ambient textures, resampling, creative process, and more...
Production Tips & Tricks
• Production process for the upcoming Trifonic remix of Hybrid's forthcoming song "Can You Hear Me"
• Producing/refining their smash hit 'Parks On Fire' in Logic Pro
• Vocal processing of Trifonic's follow-up 'Lies' in Logic Pro
The Business of Music Today
• Modern music business strategy
• Modern music marketing (DIY, Topspin Media, others)
10/29 Hot Chip @ The Fox Theatre
11/07 Rufus Du Sol @ The Mezzanine (?)
11/13 Mr Little Jeans @ The Rickshaw Stop
11/20 Keep Shelly in Athens @ Awaken
finally listened to all of Telefon Tel Aviv, ....wow, I've been really missing out.
Damn shame about Charles Cooper, R.I.P.
Would have loved to have seen these guys live.
Telefon Tel Aviv
Sandoz/Richard H. Kirk
Banco De Gaia
Boards of Canda
Spacetime Continuum/Jonah Sharp
Jean Michel Jarre
No'a Winter Lazerus
Nightmares On Wax/ E.A.S.E.
......many, many more...
speaking of The Egg...listening to Travelator now and it kills. best part...it's freeleech on what.cd
Rediscovering my Mouse on Mars collection at the moment.
So, I'm going on a solo hike in the mountains this weekend... can anyone recommend some good songs to listen to? I've got a lot of Bonobo and Aphex Twin thus far...
Actually Amon Tobin is pretty good hiking music...ethereal.
5/6: Dungen @ GAMH
5/13: Cut Chemist @ Mezzanine
5/25: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard @ The Independent
6/4: Max Cooper, John Talabot @ Public Works
6/15: Sepalcure @ The Independent
6/24: Call Super b2b Objekt @ The Midway
6/25: Eagulls @ Bottom of the Hill
7/8: Leon Vynehall @ Monarch
7/22-24: Sunset Campout @ Belden Town
Trentemoller's both The Last Resort and his latest Into the Great Wide Yonder would be perfect. I can't stop playing his new record!
The Remote Viewer- I can't Believe it's Not Better
is nice for a hike too!
Thanks for the suggestions guys. Let me know if you have any more recommendations.
This might be bordering on an obsession by now, but Michael Mayer's Immer is your friend.
I posted the last track on that mix in the other electronic thread I made.
Not sure if this will interest anyone, but it sure was great news for me. Funki Porcini hadn't released an album since 2002's Fast Asleep (which is brilliant). He just released his second album in 6 months! Definitely worth checking out both if you haven't done so already. He created what is one of my favorite songs in the genre:
For your health