AVAILABLE:

AST076: KENDALL CAHAN - LOSS C20
AST077: MOBILI OPERATIVE SPECIALI AUTONOME - TOXIC C24
AST082: CUBE - FADE TO BEIGE / (803) 206-0028 REISSUE C36 + C48
AST083: COMPOUND - PSYCHIC WITHDRAWAL C25

AST084: OPAL BEAU - OPEN WINDOW C32

AST085: SANSIBAR - QUADRA C22

AST086: CVN - KAISOU C44

AST087: LOOSE-Y CRUNCHÈ - UNRULY TOP C42

AST088: HITOSHI KOJIMA - BLIND BELIEF C44
AST090: LUJIACHI - INVISIBLE HANDS 
C24
AST091: FORM A LOG - BIRD TIME C25
AST092: BEAT DETECTIVES - RHYTHMS & EDITS VOLUME 1 C68

OUT EVENTUALLY:

SLEEP D
MIKEY YOUNG
AKASHA SYSTEM
ANTONIO
2200
WRX
RINPOCHE
RITA REVELL
GROTESQUE CIRCULAR DANCE
COOPER BOWMAN
BORIS BARKSDALE
NINA BUCHANAN
SUICIDE APPARATUS
YING-LI HOOI
SIMON J. KARIS
BRONZE SAVAGE
CORRECT LINE


BIGCARTEL | DISCOGS | SOUNDCLOUD | BANDCAMP

Saturday, June 29, 2013

New Tapes: Static Cleaner Lost Reward / Unwar / Orinokoflo.




AST029: STATIC CLEANER LOST REWARD - $MILE$ C36

I feel like I’ve been sitting on this release for an eternity. SCLR = sounds created by Tarquin Manek, member of Bum Creek and numerous other entities. Static Cleaner sees Manek using similar tools as he would under Thug Quota (another of his solo projects), here the gtr/drum/clarinet/whatever else forges lo-fried psych. Looped hallucinations in the vein of Lamborghini Crystal, but wholly unique.

AST033: UNWAR – SLEEP DOPE C60

Unwar is a relatively recent guise cultivated by Michael Donelley, curator of the MYMWLY / Hashram collectives and grand dragoon in rituals including 6majik9, Sun Of The Seventh Sister, No Guru, et al. None of this is especially relevant to Unwar though, as the order here is synthesiser music from eras past, albeit firmly planted in the present. I’d describe Sleep Dope as kosmiche if the word didn’t reek of record-collector semen. Sections of ecstatic alignment are bookended by slightly more concealed glimmers. A long stretch of space to get lost in.

AST034: ORINOKOFLO – ARNICA C34

Orinokoflo was a short-lived Melbourne trio made up of Sam Kenna (Radio CaCa, Castings), Mark Leacy (Cistern Corrupt, Castings) and Cooper Bowman (Flat Fix, Junk Sick). The point being made here was druggy, beat-driven weirdness. The halfway point between Idea Fire Company and Hieroglyphic Being? Maybe not. But the names dropped give you some indication of what was being attempted. Following one of the four shows that we played, someone labelled us “electronic free jazz”. That’ll do. This is Orinokoflo’s first release proper and probably the last.

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