listen to this chill but very special track by slovene duo Warrego Valles (whom we had an honour to release also at Kamizdat) on a 'regular' chill out slovene compilation 'Chilli Space':
Mila & Moonracer - Sink
How Many Grey Dots
I've enjoyed Katabatik's industrial-tinged electronica and this latest release is no exception. ½ of POLAR has shuffled off their mortal coil, but the label is intent on posthumously (re-)releasing their work. Self-referentially, they called themselves astral dub. There is certainly a slow, surreal feel to it all, a bit dark and noisy, almost cyberpunky.
Black Hat 2017 - #Hacking the #electronic #locks to open the doors could be easy http://securityaffairs.co/wordpress/61817/hacking/electronic-locks-hacking.html
Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique
I adore Mike Paradinas. He has this uncanny nature of making totally frentic breakbeat, oft riddled with little quirks that make it almost completely unserious and then lays down just ridiclously meloncholic synth lines over it. This album, from 2007, has that same beauty that his more classic albums has. No disappointment here.
Good Time Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Oneohtrix Point Never
The Warp marketing, often riddled with verbose hyperbole, drew a comparison to Vangelis' soundtrack to Blade Runner. I would count that among some of my favorite music ever. It's not that good, but pretty damn close. Holy shit.
Over on #Hackadayio @AlysiaMakes is sharing handsewn jewelry w/ #electronic accents: https://hackaday.io/project/8860-cyber-soutache-necklace https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/895480690250309634/photo/1 source: https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/895480690250309634