Archive for "Ambient"

OneBeat Experimental Sessions#3 feat. “Wermonster as Eugénie” LIVE, 13.04, 21h

April 11th, 2012 // 7 Comments // Posted by Lukas

OneBeat Experimental Session 3 with Wermonster as Eugenie

Friday, the 13th of April, OneBeat’s experimental session goes into the third round. They invited Wermonster, the notorious psychedelic beat maker to perform a improvised live set under a new project name called “Eugénie”. He won’t be playing his usual live-set, instead this time we’ll go down to drone, noise & ambient.

is a new musical project 
It´s named after one of the characters in Sade´s “La philosophie dans le boudoir”
I play the guitar, the sp404, the sp303 and other stuffs.
There´s no beat.
There´s no sequencer.
It sometimes sounds Drone, sometimes Ambient or Noise, sometimes all at the same time.
It´s an experiment.
It keeps evolving…”

More about Wermonster:

Joao Cocteau
Kienitzer Straße 98 
Facebook RSVP  Start 21h

Africa Hightech – Don’t fight it.

August 2nd, 2011 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

This is one great last track from the Africa Hightech Album “93 Million Miles”, released on Warp earlier this year. Chilled beyond…

James Blake – 2 autumn tracks..

October 5th, 2010 // 1 Comment // Posted by Lukas

2 tracks i couldn´t resist to post. James Blake is playing live at Substance on the 8th of October.

Flying Lotus – Cosmogramma

May 9th, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

The new Flying Lotus Album called Cosmogramma was recently released on Warp Records. LA based Steven Ellison aka Flying Lotus developed his own kind of, pounding bass lines..huge variety of sounds on this one.  Here´s some input found on youtube:

Be sure to check out the Cosmogramma Fieldline App. Its a free augmented reality application celebrating the release of the Album. It can be controlled with your webcam or mouse.

Cosmogramma Fieldlines was developed by Aaron Meyers with sound design by Flying Lotus and harp by Rebekah Raff. Based on the artwork by Leigh J. McCloskey.

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