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Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
8:10 am
[PICPACK151] Houkoliartilisominity-Void


01 -Loss Of Light(3:02)
02 -Afternoon Outsider(7:01)
03 -Semi-Beloved(5:30)
04 -Frozen(6:10)
05 -Pour Tuer Le Dernier Sourire(6:14)
06 -Falling Trees Hour(4:33) http://archive.org/download/Houkoliartilisominity-Void/Houkoliartilisominity-Void_vbr_mp3.zip http://picpack.org.ua/content/picpack151-houkoliartilisominity-void

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
2:41 pm
Sun-Inside-Mix-Travel Network 9

podcast; experimental; abstract; noise; glitch; ambient; mix

01-Heddy Boubaker-xy²[A.M.P - RECS]
02-Set Controls-Orange Sunshine (II)[Brainstormlab]
03-Max Scordamaglia-After AP & ML - Part 3[MAV [0kbps] Records]
04-RALLY!-Museo Diego Rivera
05-Franz Rosati-Nanosonics [Brusio Netlabel]
06-Brusio Vol. Zero-Brusio Vol. Zero[Brusio Netlabel]
07-Eigenheimer-Wafeti bok[rec72]
08-Zoologic-Familiar Hole[Classwar Karaoke]
09-Calla Soiled-The End[MarginalRec.]
10-North Bay - Thorough Masterminds[Black Hymn Records]
11-Tiziano Milani-n°2 variations for piano and insects[capillarywaves]
12-Monoiz-Multiplied Phoneme[Crazy Language Netlabel]
13-Trollhead - Elohim[Bedroom Research]
14-Sun-Inside - Spiral[Section 27] http://archive.org/download/Sun-inside-mix-travelNetwork9/Sun-inside-mix-travelNetwork9_vbr_mp3.zip http://www.mixcloud.com/djknolios/sun-inside-mix-travel-network-9/

Thursday, September 13th, 2012
8:08 pm
[PICPACK149] Palsekam-Fractal Fequency

experimental,abstract,idm,glitch,ambient 01 -Zola-f(3:11)
02 -Globe You Heed(4:51)
03 -Aloe(4:39)
04 -Kill Rfid(4:37)
05 -Mirraball(2:44)
06 -Poloeyomi(5:04)
07 -Salat Soul(4:06) http://archive.org/download/Palsekam-fractalFequency/Palsekam-fractalFequency_vbr_mp3.zip http://picpack.org.ua/content/picpack149-palsekam-fractal-fequency

Saturday, July 21st, 2012
12:10 am
[GT500] Genetic Trance - Remixes
Genetic Trance movement is 2 years old ! And 500 releases in its main catalogue ! And GT500 is the one of long-awaited Genetic Trance Remix album ! A headbanging sound exploration into independent electronics in best traditions of experimental underground. Genre: Experimental, IDM, Breaks, Noise, Trance, Post-Rock, Abstract, Ambient, Glitch, Downtempo, Hard Techno Format: MP3 (VBR) | WAV | ogg
Run time: 2:17:19
539 MB
Friday, May 11th, 2012
9:53 pm
News on Genetic Trance

a l b u m
Artist: Steam Flow (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Title: With Trains And Bones
Genre: Dark Ambient
Format: MP3 (320 kbps)


Artist: Anchore State (Moscow, Russia)
Title: Changes of life EP
Genre: Dubstep
Format: MP3 (256/320)


Various Artists
Title: Digital Locked Grooves Compilation
Genre: Abstract, Ambient, Breakcore, Chiptune, Experimental, Glitch, Industrial, Musique Concrète, Minimal, Noise, Field Recording, IDM, Avant-Folk, Noisecore, Electro, Drone, House, Breakbeat, Modern Classical, Speedcore
Format: FLAC, MP3 (16-320 kbps), OGG

Thursday, April 26th, 2012
11:52 pm
[GT453] GENETIC TRANCE: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (split)

s p l i t
This split is dedicated to Chernobyl disaster.
Artist: Morbid Silence / Radio Noiseville / RMSS Systems Inc.
Title: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant
Genre: Dark Ambient, Darkwave, Experimental
Format: FLAC or MP3
Duration - 18:56
Monday, April 16th, 2012
7:58 pm
[GT450] Field Experience
genetic trance

Brand new field recording compilation on Genetic Trance ! Featuring default artist, Fault Artist, Flavien Gillié, kai nobuko, nokLa6300, Ploof, postmeshische, Sasha Sergeëvič and Ubuibi. Enjoy !
Size: 331,1 MB
Duration: 2:05:52
Format: WAV | FLAC | ogg | VBR MP3

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Monday, April 9th, 2012
3:00 am
Genetic Trance

RxMxAx / deafness War Tomorrow (Noise)

RxMxAx / Failure - Expedition To Heavens (Ambient, Drone, Dark Ambient)

Steam flow - Despondency (Ambient)
deafness - 32 teeth (Noise)

Andromeda Acoustics among stars (Ambient, Ethereal, Darkwave)

Sunday, April 1st, 2012
7:18 pm
[GTC003] Vziel Projet & mhz_ & flashcore feat. Vlad Shegal - ∰⊗⊗┼ƺ

Sunday, October 30th, 2011
7:38 pm
Monday, September 26th, 2011
10:51 pm
Black Rabbit - An Autumn Musical Feast

Black Rabbit Festival, as the first Chinese Bi-city music festival, was held last weekend in Beijing and Shanghai. Nearly 30 bands and artists joined the festival, including both top international and domestic bands, providing music fans from all over the world with a brilliant music show.
One of the most eye-catching performances was Hanggai, a band from Mongolia. They wore Mongolian costumes, and they used many different instruments, ranging from Mongolian, to electronic guitar, bass, etc. They combined Mongolian music and rock music in a perfect way. Starting with a song dedicated to Genghis Khan, they immediately caught all the attention. The vocalist brought us several songs that are related to grassland in an extremely passionate way, and he also said that it reminded him of his hometown when he saw the grassland, blue sky, clouds, and breeze here in suburban shanghai. The exquisite guitar skills, enthusiastic singing style of the vocalist and guitarist, and the deep and exotic voice of the matouqinist were all very impressive. And as usual, they were drinking beer while giving the show.
Hebe, the beautiful singer from Taiwan, was on stage afterwards. She totally overthrew her usually calm and sweet image by crazily dancing and shaking her orange hair while singing a Beatles song. Different from other indie music artists playing here, Hebe belongs to the league of mainstream pop singers. She also encouraged her fans to pay more attention to Chinese indie music. She gave her fans a great show and sang eleven songs in a row. As a tribute to Hebe, her song called 'Love' was performed in a remixed version by DJ Otakrew on the adjacent NBA STREET JAM stage.
More info: http://china.musicdish.com/

Saturday, September 10th, 2011
9:39 pm
South-East Asia Absolute Indie Compilation

Music Services Asia is thrilled to announce the release of the South-East Asian Absolute Indie Compilation, featuring many electrifying indie and alternative acts from the South-East Asian region.
Curated by 5 promoters from Hong Kong, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore, SEA Absolute Indie highlights the strengths of the region and its export potential. The compilation will be distributed in stores and on iTunes from October 18th, 2011.
Music Services Asia, along with procuring the best upcoming music in the South-East Asian region, extends their warmest welcome to two prolific international bands, Deerhoof and Dr. Dog (USA).
The compilation will be released under Valleyarm Digital Music Distribution in the lead-up to the groundbreaking debut of UpToTheSky Festival organized by Figure8 Agency and The Secret Agents/Ruangrupa, to be held in Singapore and Jakarta from December 3rd-5th, 2011.
Video teaser: http://ow.ly/6pypO
Website: http://musicservices.asia

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
1:30 pm
Taiwan's Mavis Fan Follows Her Own Yellow Brick Road

While my recent trip to Taiwan could only be described as a crash-course in the country's music sector, I had had the pleasure to see Fan Xiaoxuan, aka Mavis Fan, perform a year earlier at MIDEM with her band 100%. I immediately became a fan of the "Little Witch of Music" for her ability to straddle pop and rock influences and spot-on vocals into a seamless high-energy sounds.
Mavis has come a long way though and climbed many hurdles to arrive where she is today. Thrust into fame in the mid-90s as a "sweet girl" pop star for the children's market, her records sold over a million copies each, maker her an idol for an entire generation of children. But as happens with so many young pop star, she faced a crisis of following her typecast role or venturing off to follow her own voice. Luckily for us, this Dorothyesque singer chose to chart her own unique (and some times muddy) path down the yellow brick road as you'll see from this video.
By Eric de Fontenay
Read more at http://china.musicdish.com/

Sunday, August 21st, 2011
6:29 pm
Pet Conspiracy 2011 Summer World Tour - China, Switzerland, Singapore, Malaysia

Beijing electro-punk quartet Pet Conspiracy (宠物同谋) are in in the middle of their 2011 Summer Tour, having just performed at Singapore's Baybeats Music Festival. The worldwide month-long tour kicked off on Aug. 8th in Qingdao, China at the the Ark Beach Music Festival, followed by performances at the Lethargy Festival and Rote Frabrik on August 12-13 in Zurich, Switzerland. The schlock and dance punk band will then jet off for a gig at The Annexe Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, followed by closing concerts back in China at Hangzhou's Code Space and Shanghai's Himalaya Festival (August 27-28 respectively).
Pet Conspiracy recently released their latest full-length album Chongwu Tongmou (宠物同谋). The quartet (Huzi, Edo, Mary & Fiona) first introduced the band's new sound to Beijing fans at Tango 3F (formerly Starlive) on June 4th and in Shanghai at the Mercedes-Benz Arena's Muse Mixing Room on June 25th. Online Chinese video network Niurenku created a short video expose maching clips from their Beijing release party and the music video to their single "Beyond."

Thursday, August 18th, 2011
12:21 pm
Fix You - Music Matters for Japan

Not many people can forget March 11, 2011, when an earthquake measuring 9.0 on the Richter scale struck off the east coast of Japan, creating a tsunami which caused massive devastation and loss of life. But In the worst of times, the best of humanity often makes an appearance. This was definitely the case when, during the 6th annual Music Matters conference/festival which was held in Singapore in May, 49 artists from 18 countries came together to give of themselves to raise funds for relief efforts. In just 36 hours, a song for Japan was conceptualized and completed from start to finish. All proceeds from the track, their rendition of Coldplay's "Fix You," featuring an all-star ensemble, has now been released globally, directly benefiting the Japanese Red Cross & Peace Boat.
The video is a strong reminder to us all than man is at his best when nature is at its worst, and that hope, love, and goodwill cannot be shattered. Individuals can donate directly at http://www.jrc.or.jp/eq-japan2011/
or http://peaceboat.jp/relief/

Saturday, August 6th, 2011
10:09 am
ca461 - _ - Eternal Curse on the Listener of These Songs

Artist: _
Title: Eternal Curse on the Listener of These Songs (2CD)
Date: 2011-08-05
Keywords: boredom; plagiarism; vain; experimental; other
(320 kbps)

Is There a Music in This Album?

about artist:
1. I can't play musical instruments.
2. I was the student studying Japanese contemporary literature.
3. So I don't know a theory of the music at all.
4. I don't have most of the machine for recording.
5. I hardly know English.
6. All my music is certain type of plagiarism.
7. Thank you.

Friday, August 5th, 2011
3:24 pm
MusicDish*China Launches Music Video Competition For Chinese Bands

MusicDish*China announced the launch of a new music video competition for independent Chinese artists and bands. Open to bands from the mainland, Hong Kong/Macau as well as Taiwan and Singapore, the competition will offer them the opportunity to have their videos promoted on the MusicDishTV platform as well as by Chinese music portal Sohu (http://tv.sohu.com/music/). Bands can enter the competition at http://china.musicdish.com/musicdishtv/
"I originally launched MusicDish*China after having been exposed to the vibrant indie music scene in China, particularly Beijing," said MusicDish*CHina founder Eric de Fontenay. "Now we have an opportunity to share the best of that talent with music fans across the world with this competition."
Running between August 2-24, four winning music videos will be selected for online promotion campaign through MusicDishTV, which has promoted over 300 music videos through video sharing platforms, social networks, web communities and blogs, as well as featured and promoted on Sohu's music video portal.

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011
6:13 pm
"Ocean Midi Festival 2011" Coming Soon!

China's No.1 outdoor music festival Midi Festival continues to spread music and dreams across the nation. From August 4th to 7th, the Ocean Midi Festival will be held at the Olympic Water Park in Rizhao, Shandong Province! Midi is touring in Beijing, Shanghai, Rizhao and Zhenjiang this year - this frequency has broken the record amongst any music festival brand in China!
The upcoming Ocean Midi Festival has not only invited such leading characters in China's rock world as Cui Jian, He Yong and Tangchao; it will also feature some of China's hottest new bands like Miserable Faith, Brain Failure and Twisted Machine. In addition, the reknowned 2008 Mercury Prize nominee British Sea Power will also rock the Midi on August 5th. Meanwhile, some famous Chinese folk singers including Zhang Weiwei, Guo Long, Chuan Zi, Zhou Yunpeng, Hao Yun as well as bands from Hongkong and Taiwan will also join the stage.
Apart from the rock stages, this Ocean Midi Festival will also set up an e-stage! Midi Festival is the first music festival in China to ever include an electronic music stage. This year, more than 30 artists from the best electro bands in Beijing and Shanghai will gather at Midi. Techno, House, Drum &Bass, Funky, Electro, Dubstep... The various styles demonstrate the fast development of China's local musicians and predict the explosion as a trend of electronic music in China.

5:00 pm
Nippon Columbia Releases The Complete Theme Songs Of The Super Sentai Series Collection
Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd. announces the worldwide release of “SUPER SENTAI SERIES Theme Songs Collection” Volumes 1 - 7, available everywhere digitally July 20th. All seven albums contain the opening and ending theme songs from the complete “35 Super Sentai Series,” and follow up the release of “Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger” in early March.
“Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger” and these seven new releases were, like much of Nippon Columbia’s children oriented content, being illegally downloaded in Japan, overseas, and by users of free internet-based video sharing services. Nippon Columbia has battled this issue by digitally distributing the content worldwide, first beginning with the “Super Sentai Series” theme songs, and now expanding to include the “SUPER SENTAI SERIES Theme Songs Collection” Volumes 1 – 7.
In 1975 “Himitsu Sentai Gorenger” was introduced to television as a superhero after the smash hit “Kamen Rider.” Since then, Super Sentai has broadcasted a new series every year, with the exception of “Gorenger” which was broadcasted for two years. Each series featured multiple heroes, clad in colorful uniforms, who fight to create justice and defeat the enemies.
The“Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger” series saw its last broadcast in 2011 and commemorated the 35th anniversary of the Super Sentai Series. This global release of all seven albums is dedicated to Super Sentai fans all over the world.
Friday, July 22nd, 2011
3:21 pm
Chinese Songwriters Are Mad and They Ain't Going To Take It Anymore

A fair amount of fuss was made regarding Music Copyright Society of China's (MCSC) announcement that it had reached an licensing agreement with Baidu, China's top online infringer of copyrights. MCSC even announced that they had received their first royalty payment from China's largest search engine (Yes, Baidu is like merging Google with the old Napster). Finally, a major breakthrough that should please everyone, especially Chinese songwriters, right?
Not quite. On the same day MCSC made their announcement, famous chinese songwriter and producer Xiaosong Gao posted an open letter on his sina blog titled "A letter to my colleagues of the Chinese Songwriters Copyright Alliance." He was joined by several songwriters such as Xiao Ke and Yadong Zhang in launching the Chinese Songwriters Copyright Alliance (CSCA) a couple of days earlier to fight the egregious copyright infringement by Baidu and negotiate on behalf of songwriters not represented by MCSC. Within days, CSCA soon attracted hundreds of new members.
Xiaosong Gao established MaiTian Music, which used to be China's largest record label, and now lives in the Los Angeles where he works in film and music sector. He also served as Director of Entertainment for SOHU.com, one of the most popular portals in China. So Gao certainly has a stake in what happens in China on the copyright front, the credibility to speak out and understanding of China's online market.
By Eric de Fontenay
this article was co-written with Xingyue Peng

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