Saturday, 16 May 2009

ΣLCTRNC MX 2



RADIOHEAD Kid A 01
PLAID Choke and Fly 02
FEVER RAY When I Grow Up 03
KIT CLAYTON Deadlock 04
KANGDING RAY Dadaist 05
ALVA NOTO J 06
MICHAEL ANDREWS Boy Moves the Sun 07
MIKKEL METAL Hemper 08
A GUY CALLED GERALD Voodoo Rage 09
FRANK BRETSCHNEIDER & TAYLOR DEUPREE Vertical Invader 10
KIM CASCONE Three Parasites For Deleuze 11
THOMAS FEHLMANN Making It Whistle (Album Mix) 12
AUTECHRE Pen Expers 13
AKIRA YAMAOKA Resting Comfortably 14

Disk 2

01 XLOPING PLASTIX Tripwire
02 POLE Modul
03 FREELAND Big Wednesday
04 BASIC CHANNEL Radiance I (Edit)
05 SQUAREPUSHER I Wish You Could Talk
06 AMON TOBIN Natureland
07 FRANÇOIS BAYLE Énergie libre, énergie liée (1) & (2)
08 VENETIAN SNARES Második Galamb
09 STEWART WALKER Cocoa
10 LALI PUNA Alienation
11 KIT CLAYTON Reins
12 KANGDING RAY Visible
13 BROADCAST Minim
14 AARKTICA You Have Cured A Million Ghosts From Roaming In My Head

ETA: The second disk has been taken down twice by now, without any explanation whatsoever, so a re-upload is rather pointless. If you're still interested in this, feel free to leave a comment.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Aarktica - nice call Jessica!
Scavenging angel

Jessica said...

it does not exactly epitomize electronic music but I just had to get it in there, very beautiful.

Anonymous said...

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=J5WDHIDW
an anthology of noise and electronic muic large file but may be of some interest
yours scavenging angel

Jessica said...

scav, thanks so much for this, do you happen to have links for the other volumes as well?

Anonymous said...

hi jessica sorry i didn't put all the links up you will find them and other goodies at
http://lycanthropic-angst.blogspot.com/2009/05/anthology-of-noise-and-electronic-music.html
scav

vaubu said...

Hello Jessica

I've been enjoying this mix alot and it's got me into Kangding Ray even more than before and checking out things by Alva Nota too, (that song "J" is so good!) I made a mix for my cousin and used that song and I put the title track from Kangding Ray's Stabil album right before it.

Jessica said...

vaubu! It honestly makes me so happy to receive some positive feedback on the slightly less "avant-garde" stuff that i've been posting every now and then lately, particularly the two mixes.

Kangding Ray certainly is the most cherished discovery of my delving into the glitch genre throughout the last few weeks. I haven't exposed myself to too much Alva Noto yet but that Transvision record really is something.

Anyway, thanks again!

vaubu said...

Hi "J"

I haven't been over hear for a while. I'm gonna have to grab that Kim Cascone before I leave. It's funny that your blog has become the place I stop in for an ΣLCTRNC fix given all the other wonderful things you post that are more predictably to my fancy, but my ears have been really enjoying this new venture. Kangding Ray is truly under my skin now. I listened to the collaborations Alva Noto did with Ryuichi Sakamoto and I enjoyed them conceptually but the stuff on Transvision I really dig. I'm not sure if you have heard the whole collection of these. Apparently it was posted in the Skafunkrastapunk forum a couple years ago, I just came across it recently.

Alva Noto- Transall (whole series)

(This collects Transrapid, Transvision and Transspray.)

http://www.megaupload.com/de/?d=Y0W875P8

Anonymous said...

I know I'm very slow but Disk 2 has been taken down. Any chance of a re-up. If not it's OK, I understand

Jessica said...

Anon, feel free to send me a mail so I can give you a new link.

vaubu! thanks again for the feedback. Kangding Ray is really one of the few artists right now where my palms get sweaty in anticipation of a new record.

Out of that Alva Noto trilogy "Transrapid" was lacking in my collection, so your link is greatly appreciated. I haven't listened to the collaboration with Sakamoto yet, I remember a friend recommending this once but I didn't get around to it. My interest in that kind of music was just not sparked yet at that time, I guess. But it's definitely at the top on my perpetually growing to-listen list now.

Cascone also wrote a rather interesting, short essay called "The Aesthetics of Failure," where he explores the "glitch movement" and also addresses Cagean silence, and which should be easy to find via google should you desire to read it.

Anonymous said...

Can someone let me have the link for
disk 2.
thanks.
sjjj1234@yahoo.com