review: Poordream - Immaterial Monarch 18.09.2009
review: Poordream - Immaterial MonarchJohn Valasis is not a beginner on a musical scene despite the fact that this album is the first one in his discography. During several years, being a professional sound designer, he was a producer and sound engineer for other artists. Though it didn't prevent him from creating his own music...

review: V/A - Whiteline Vol.III 18.09.2009
review: V/A - Whiteline Vol.IIIThe third release from series Whiteline by the young German label Aentitainment is a collection of five tracks by musicians from almost all over the world. In this compilation such names became notable: Igorrr, Mobthrow, Larvae, Ebola and some absolutely unknown to me project under the title Hello.jpg. The record is obviously strongly attached to dubstep so omnipresent nowadays with a touch of breakcore and drum'n'bass...

review: Tokee - Quintuplet 18.09.2009
review: Tokee - QuintupletThe second release of the Israeli label Dope Records (I wrote about it in the previous review) is in fact the continuation of the full-value album Tokee - Plus. Here are 5 new tracks and numerous reworks and remakes. You can even listen to Plus and Quintuplet one by one without a pause as the whole...

review: Tokee - Plus 18.09.2009
review: Tokee - PlusThis year label Dope Records started in Israel with two releases by project Tokee - Plus and Quintuplet. This music is free to download in mp3 format, and for megalomanias - limited edition of CD discs (1000 copies) packed into pleasant digipacks...

sound.proector.podcast.3 04.08.2009
sound.proector.podcast.3The third podcast by Sound Proector available to our readers/listeners.
In the third podcast we gathered the tracks of Somatic Responses, Asmus Tietchens, 36, Spartak, Ultre, Eventless Plot, Tiziano Milani and Cormac Faulkner.

Listen to our podcast online (mp3@160kb/s) or download it (mp3@256kb/s) for your players.

PS: Sound Proector goes on a small vacation. We'll come back with new power and interesting articles at the end of this summer. Keep in touch!
review: V/A - Miwak Twelve 02.08.2009
review: V/A - Miwak TwelveOn the occasion of the 12th anniversary of its creative work German label Hymen prepared and released the double compilation Miwak Twelve consisting of 33 compositions by musicians both who already had releases on label and friendly teams. This compilation was released in collection sixpanel envelope covered with original minimalistic photos with information about location of all members of the project...

review: V/A - Birmingham Sound Matter 02.08.2009
review: V/A - Birmingham Sound MatterCompilation which recently has started on label Audiobulb Records is the new project of Francisco López, guru of such phenomenon as Musique Concrète. López's arrival to Birmingham in 2007 can be considered the start of it, there he was giving one of his 'Total Darkness' concerts. Later the musician decided to return, he gathered a group of British musicians and proposed them all to record sounds inside Birmingham...

review: Ultre - The Nest And The Skull 02.08.2009
review: Ultre - The Nest And The SkullAlbum of Finn McNicholas released recently on Audiobulb Records became the second one in his solo creative work after All The Darkness Has Gone To Details in 2006. Of no doubt, the new work is the continuation of creative line started in the first album. Even not just continuation but development of the own musician's theme. Acoustic guitar, strings, piano, electronic drums and mosaics of "home percussion" - claps, rustles, some other clanking recorded at home...

review: V/A - In The Rhetoric Of Rupture And Re-ap... 02.08.2009
review: V/A - In The Rhetoric Of Rupture And Re-appropriation...This disc has limited edition - only 50 copies on Ripples Recordings, home page of which makes it clear: "Ripples Recordings is a small cdr label". Before getting acquainted with it I didn't know any musician who took part in it or even if I knew them, I hadn't kept them in mind. So this disc was a "dark horse", and you don't know what it's expected to do and you are really a little bit afraid of it...

review: OGOGO - Lunar Surphase 02.08.2009
review: OGOGO - Lunar SurphaseElectric guitar, drum machine, in some places the theme is carried on with trumpet and trombone. You can feel powerful wish to create something unusual and beautiful, to mix all paints boiling up inside like a many-colored mass hearing the cherished word combination "avant-garde". But it seems that trying to make music more complicated, igOr got lost in his own wishes...

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