[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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[Eg0_124] JKP : Textura

Eg0cide welcomes french sound activist JKP (who used to run the antisocial netlabel) with a very interesting EP of experimental drone : Textura. Comes with a bonus video.

Check JKP’s site for lots of creative commons / open source stuff (not only music but various resources & creations….)

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[Eg0_123] When We Live

After the beautiful single Frozen Time, When We Live (the collaborative project between Kirill Makushin (Russia) and Jerry Norton (USA)) is back on eg0cide with a digital reissue of their first full length self-titled album, that was recorded and first published in 2013 as a very limited CD-R. Their personal blend of melodic ambient pieces and droney, ghostly folk songs will be a perfect soundtrack for melancolic autumn evenings…

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[Eg0_121] UNUNE : Movements In Decay

< UNUNE > * is the project of Stephen Surreal, a british musician active since 1979 who has taken part in the early industrial vibe. His music has evolved through the years, it is often more atmospheric, but always original and challenging  (don’t expect new-agish ambient here!) Movements in Decay belongs to Unune’s rather quiet and droney works. It includes abstract soundscapes as well as melancolic melodies – and always with a subtle work on textures and their layering.

In november eg0cide will also release a doubla album of live tracks of Unune and earlier projects (from 1979 to 2010s) that should finish to convince you that Stephen is a overlooked sound artist. Meanwhile you can check his bandcamp page for more albums.

*’ Unune is a little known derogative of the word untune,in this case – incapable of causing harmonious effect,it is also ( amongst other definitions ) both UN (male) & UNE (female).

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