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December Nightskies is a dark ambient/drone band from Kendall Keeler of Oklahoma USA.


December Nightskies
I Have Aspergers And Bipolar

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Intuitive improvisation group Knyaz Mishkin has existed since 1991, headed by Leonid Narushevich.
In the team in different times took part dozens of people, including Yury Paulouski and Ivan Kirchuk (Ethno-trio Troitsa), one of the best bassists in Belarus Valery Bashkou, percussionist Alexander Sofiks, keyboardist Yuri Vasilyev, Eugene Poleychuk (Professor Morriarti) and many others. The band depending on the situation may take the form of the duo to sextet.


Knyaz Mishkin

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Sasha Raven – Wake Up Call


Sasha Raven
Wake Up Call

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We don’t know who Frank was, whom he loved, why he died; Frank chose us or we – him; why it started and when finished. Our sounds have pain, joy, triumph, fear, love, agony, anger, liberation.
Our creativity is far from consciousness. This the direct of stream’s is about source, which we don’t know and don’t want to know.


Dead Frank
The Trip

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Cold, boundless Universe vibration in the acoustic spectrum (perceived by the human) will talk about what each of us is. Deep ethnic motives tacitly and uncompromisingly will confirm and demonstrate the connection with the cosmos. It is in each of us. It is what we are.


Tourniquet & Syringe

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December Nightskies is a dark ambient/drone band from Kendall Keeler of Oklahoma USA.


December Nightskies
Frozen Dreams In The Gravelands

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The eleven tracks on this album grew out of extensively processed and arranged improvisations recorded between July and October 2014 in Hattingen and Wuppertal, deep in good old western Germany.


Markus Reineke, Frank Wilke
Dream Incorporation

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Second mini-album from Wёska Project. Here the accent is on dub and trip-hop sounding that in some sense it is possible to name authentic, if to compare with pre-product music, and comparing to more “young” genres of music.


Wёska Project
Bez Nazvy

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Let’s go for a walk through Reykjavík!
This release is the fifth from Sound Interpretation series dedicated to cities. We believe that each city has its own unique air. But anyone who works with the sound knows that every city has a inimitable soundscape and rhythm. So let’s make a musical journey through the cities. Cities you’ve been or would like to visit.


Sound Interpretation: Reykjavík

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Miklós is the official follow-up to 2011′s cited White Mother, featuring the concept of deconstructing several compositional stages by which electronic music goes through, blending it with other derivatives of experimentalism such as loud guitar work and infra-sonic glitches.


Nelson P. Ferreira & Rui P. Andrade

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Agression makes woman feel guilty, devastated, bad. Be bad, be angry – don’t be afraid to show your feelings. Woman don’t have to be comfortable, silent, guilty for abuser’s violence. Don’t hide yourself: fight – aristically.


Be Angry Not Afraid

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Over 30 minutes of pure Noise, delivers the split-collaboration, between american post-industrial musician Praying For Oblivion and austrian noise artist SUPERROR. A brachial journey through sonic extremes.


Praying For Oblivion & SUPERROR

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“Dos Situaciones” (Two situations) was recorded and mixed between September and October 2014 somewhere in Mendoza, Argentina.


Lorenzo Gomez Oviedo
Dos Situaciones

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Sonvol is a noise and other weird sounds artist from Slovenia. This is a collection of yet not released stuff.


Collected Unreleased Works

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All tracks recorded by David Pitzmann at Heorot-Studios (Salzburg, Austria), in September 2014.
Cover-Artwork by J. Smith.
The Artwork is in the Public Domain.


Gil Galad
The Silence

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The album is made in the spirit of the American free jazz 1950–1960′s. The compositions were created spontaneously and collectively, almost without the preceding discussion. The album includes 6 of 8 recorded opus.


Fantastic Swimmers