We’re very happy to announce the release of two brand new cassettes!
First is “Sofa So Good” by turntable wizard Martin Tétreault!! It’s available as a one sided 33min cassette and as download! Side B is empty, it’s all yours to remix the original piece! Enjoy!
Then there’s A Hidden Life and other works by Simon Wickham-Smith. It’s available as a 90min cassette and as download! Check it out!
We have one new release, a pre-order and a heavy recommendation for you !
Martin Tétreault – Sofa so Good (out march 5th)
One sided C65 Cassette
side A 33:33 original side B ……… rework, remix, create your own version and let us know what you came up with!
New release is:
Patrick Thinsy – Coda Generates – The Pale Ones (book)
A selection of photos published on Patrick Thinsys’ blog codagenerates.wordpress.com between january 2014 and january 2015
Risoprinted by Jan Matthé at RisikoPress risikopress.tumblr.com
And our heavy recommendation:
The mighty Sublyme Diagonal just released “Deviator” on his Bandcamp page.
“Connecting the dots, Sublyme Diagonal scientifically draws links between vintage german dub techno and the most experimental side of today’s bass music. From the first he borrows echo-drenched elastic spaces that he fills with the latter’s tribal urban rhythms. Resolutely forward looking and yet intimately tied to mid-1990’s Basic Channel or Mille Plateaux esthetics, Deviator is a departing junction, a new tangential point for a more adventurous breed of techno”
And yes, Densités 2010 went fairly well, which is an understatement, it was a very good edition, on a musical and on a human level. Highlights of this edition were: The opening concert by string trio Strike, the very subtle and precise sound diffusion from Lionel Marchetti late on that same night. On Saturday we had the pleasure to hear the ‘Trilogie de la Mort’ by Eliane Radigue mixed live by Lionel Marchetti! The Germ Studies duo was breathtaking to say the least, Jean-François Laportes’ piece ‘Mantra’ was a real treat to the ears and bones. Martin Tétreault and Nancy Tobin played an incredible set, behind a very childish project lied a thousand openings, they used most of them! The next day Kevin Drumm saved our lives! Julyen Hamilton was shining, performing in his own words and moves, and then Xavier Charles, Axel Doerner and John Butcher played us some very clear, well balances and impressive improvisations! And of course, the festival ended with the Bal musette-électro-disco-rock-punk played by the highly caffeinated ‘Omelettes Densin’Project’. So jaa, then again, one word: respect! And also, shout outs to the Densités crew and, even if I’m repeating myself year after year, Miss Pellegrini ! Irie !