[Eg0_131] Ayato & Natalia Kamia : Cluster

Between abandoned strings warped tapes and esoteric radio broadcasts,  Ayato and Natalia Kamia have found / created a new territory to explore. They are not afraid of silence, they’ve patiently listened to the resonating spaces (inside / outside) and built 8 surprising pieces that will spin around your ears like sparkles from some unknow satellites. Despite of its short length, Cluster is a very rich album, containing enough ideas to fill the full discography of less inspired musicians…You’ll probably want to hear more, so we recommend to check Ayato & Natalia previous collaboration : T, published by H.AK. Lo-Fi Record

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Credits:

recorded between Sweden & France in 2014
mixed @ la ferme là by aYaTo
Natalia used: piano; qifteli, objects.
Ayato used : guitars, tapes, field rec, laptop.
track1: sounds provided from Martial Brechaut & DMC LP “BLAM”(grabuge record)
track5: Feat. Papé & Benoit Hixe on bells

[Eg0_130] CDRX : The purgatory’s public swimming pool

Let’s starts the new year with one of our fidel contributors: CDRX. His new album The purgatory’s public swimming pool is a captivating subterranean soundscape. This time some noisy / industrial-flavoured touches have been included, and the final result is rather dark and gritty, but with a very cohesive atmosphere despite of its heterogenous components.

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[Eg0_128] Jeff Sampson : Energy of the Multiverse

Jeff Sampson is an american singer / keyboardist / composer with a rich background in ambient and experimental music, but also free improvisation and progressive rock. Since our first listening to some of his voice-based music in 2011 (the splendid Requiem in shallows) we wished  to release some of his works. Energy of the multiverse was worth the wait. This long-form drone is very pleasant and subtle, a perfect soundtrack for daydreaming on a lazy sunday.

If you enjoy this free download piece, you can check its predecessor energy of the universe and support Jeff by buying its digital or cd edition. Eg0cide should also release one of his new albums in 2015…

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[Eg0_127] Unune : Presenting The Past

After having publishing his recent album Movements in Decay ,  we welcome back Stephen Surreal aka Unune with a massive live compilation from 1979 until present,  featuring incarnations : ~UNUNE~  ( 2011/Present ),  Tears Of Ochre ( 2010/2011 ),  Agony For Pleasure ( 1986/1993 ), S.K.U.M. ( 1979/1986 ). Presenting The Past contains more than 3 hours of experimental / industrial music, including creepy minimal stuff, noisy experiments, but also catchy rythmical tunes like “Primal scream” or “Dogmandog”. Fans of  early Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire (and more obscure projects from this first wave of industrial music) shouldn’t miss the opportunity to discover the uncompromising works of this unheralded sound explorer.

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[Eg0_126] Crepusculo : I’m a comet – You are the world

Crepusclo‘s third release on eg0cide shows a significant evolution in the artist’s works. On this new EP I’m a comet – You are the world, he added some flesh and feelings to his usual cold and abstract style to create two catchy ambient dub tracks with more marked beats and upfront melody.  But as usual with Crepusculo, this EP is completely hypnotic, carefully composed and mixed.

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Previous Crepuscolo releases on eg0cide :

[Eg0_027] Crepusculo – Man dies, only genetics never die

– [Eg0_033] Crepusculo : Invisible maze in the black hole

[Eg0_125] Meho : Dwarf Galaxies

Meho is back on eg0cide with a space-themed album : Dwarf Galaxies. But as usual with him, the atmosphere is rather cold and bleak and totally hypnotic. So don’t expect flashy, new-agey “space music” –  and be prepared for a slow drift into the void.

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