Web Walk… delves into the inner workings of a technology-damaged psyche with a sort of macabre sense of humor, via punk-fueled, claustrophobic electro pop. -Don’t Die Wondering
Featureless Ghost's Biologically-Sound Cyber-Bodies is a grotesque artifact, carried back from the death of an alternate future and embellished by a cult of delusionals for a decade until its commitment to highest-fidely chrome reel. It’s our latest and we hope it makes your implants tingle.
Mp3 :: Featureless Ghost - Web Walk
Preorder the particularly limited cassette edition right over yonder.
2:04 pm |
October 19 2011
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Kassette Klub is reissuing Hear Hums' opus Psyche Cycles, one of our first and now long sold out releases.
"This hour long cassette is full of organic drones and joyous rhythms that make their current hometown of Gainesville, FL seem like hallowed ground. Although the focus is on sonic exploration it is still an extraordinarily coherent piece of music; one succinctly beautiful thought explored to the fullest." -Kassette Klub
Order the new edition here.
12:04 pm |
October 18 2011
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Liz and I just put together a mix called Lobos for one of our favorite blogs, Matinée as Hell, a Mexico City based joint. It’s a little eight song tribute to Point Lobos, one of our favorite places in the world, and how fondly we remember West Virginia. Hope y’all dig it! -Dwight
Check it out right over here.
7:59 pm |
October 16 2011
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Thanks to yvynyl for debuting Nathaniel Whitcomb’s gorgeous video for “Raid”, from Pressed And’s limited edition cassette LP, Imbue Up.
Grab the tape here (expect some more of those tracks to be unveiled in the near future).
12:30 pm |
October 13 2011
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British web-zine Crack in the Road are giving away a free copy of Born Gold’s new LP, Bodysongs, on vinyl and they’re asking you to do basically nothing in order to compete for it.
1:19 pm |
October 12 2011
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Danaé Papaioannou's new video for “Prizefighters”, one of our favorite cuts from SPORTS' sold out debut.
2:59 pm |
October 4 2011
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Although we are once again delayed in announcing the latest Beko + Crash Symbols collaboration by a prohibitive schedule (read, my wedding on the other side of the country), we’re no less proud to present you with a new collection of beats, electro-pop, and beautifully smashed techno from the finest prodigies: Daniel Sex Jr., The Cyclist, Rimar, and Kites Sail High. If you only download one free thing this morning, consider making it this. If you already have it, consider getting an Egg McMuffin before McDonalds stops serving breakfast.
Up top, we’re streaming one of The Cyclist’s contributions, “See It” - you’ll love it.
Download it from our boys at Beko or grab it from us.
11:05 am |
October 4 2011
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Pressed And is the intriguingly named collaboration of Andrew Hamlet and Mat Jones (with a surname like Hamlet, you have to imagine names are being taken at least a bit more seriously than usual), one of the hydra heads of a burgeoning southeastern electronic scene, that we’ve often seen in association with North Carolina’s Denmark Records. Their debut LP, Imbue Up, is a testament to that emergent milieu; some are calling it post-chillwave, but the reality is a more complex interplay of primal effects and synth landscapes, rife with tension in a cascading sequence of loops and glowing drones. This is an album of sensation, that lingers and mingles in ways you rarely expect and despite its coherence never quite master.
MP3 :: Pressed And - Raid
Preorder the limited edition cassette here - although we’re only streaming “Parties” for now, every preorder will get an immediate download of the entire album.
10:30 am |
September 29 2011
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Today, I got interviewed on facebook by a magical genius dood: Christian Michael Filardo. He also made me into a .gif, Praise Jesus.
So today I got the chance to sit down with Dwight Pavlovic of Crash Symbols to pick his brain about fast cars, cassettes, and most of all music. Here is the interview I conducted and a bit of music from his super rad label!
1:09 am |
September 21 2011
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“My only complaint is that Born Gold didn’t play until the end of time.”
— Jacey Gibb, Discorder
11:38 am |
September 17 2011
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