No chickens and no piano this time: below is the official video to the track "Antenna" by Swarm Intelligence, which we had already posted here, and which is taken from this artist's forthcoming Ad Noiseam début album, "Faction" (Ad Noiseam adn183), to be released on November 10th.
The "Antenna" video was prepared by The29Nov, who have quite a lot more work to check out over there.
A couple of chickens, plenty of seeds, a miniature piano, and Igorrr's love for the weird and the nonsensical. There is little to say about this musician's latest tongue-in-cheek video, but here comes a click which might brighten your day a bit.
Friday Freebie: the day are getting shorter, the air is getting colder, pumpkins are pumping in every shop window and on every flyer. It's Halloween time again. DJ Hidden will be a master of ceremony for a late Halloween celebration on Nov. 8th in Bristol this year, and has just recorded a new "Hell-O-Ween" mix for Therapy Sessions, who are putting up that night.
You can listen to this new mix here or below. Enjoy, and stock up on candy.
Oyaarss's third album combines the weight and harsh tones of "Bads" with the poetic atmospheres of "Smaida greizi nakamiba". Born out of cold Latvian winters and of collaboration with like-minded musicians and authors, it is a work of both colossal weight and evocative beauty. Rich in emotions, "Zemdega" is an album which twists the rules of electronic music to give birth to a wide, evocative and deeply humane musical lanscape.
Ben Lukas Boysen also recorded a mix for Sounds Of A Tired City, enriching the interview with a 28-track selection of atmospheric, introvert and often acoustic sounds. This is our "Friday Freebie" this week, which you can listen below or there (and read the interview here).
Dean Rodell and Current Value, the two creative minds behind Machinecode, are not only known for their crystal-clear, heavy and sharp productions, but also for the wide stylistic range of their creations. While they are getting ready for the official release of their new Machinecode album, the powerful and imaginative drum'n'bass "Samurai" (adn181, about which you can read here, and which you can pre-order on CD or as digital files), they are working on sound design which might be as diverse as purely atmospheric or punishingly beat-driven.