the Electret Quintet, part 2

Monday, 9 February 2009


The second of five releases in the Electret Quintet series is now
available.

The concept of this series is to use one old analogue sound machine as the sole source of sounds for each track.

This release features three explorations of the Roland TB-303, sandwiched between a TR-606 and a TR-626.

The style swings back and forth between very rigid and mechanical
minimal-techno and squirming insectoid electronics.

You have three options for listening, you can go to the Electret
Quintet
page at Vuzh Music, and choose between downloading song by song at 192 kbps or you can download a zip at 320 kpbs (I recommend this one! More BASS) or you can stream the album at its page on Last.FM

Let me know what you think.


Comments

  1. Really love it.

    Posted by mystified | February 10, 2009 6:19 am
  2. Thanks a lot, Thomas! 🙂

    Posted by C. Reider | February 10, 2009 6:22 pm
  3. For some reason I was thinking this stuff would be cool alternative music for the videogame “Spore”. Pieces for different creatures.

    Posted by mystified | February 16, 2009 12:26 pm
  4. That’s an interesting thought! I still haven’t heard Eno’s work from that game.

    Posted by C. Reider | February 16, 2009 4:17 pm
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