HOZRO BY IYARI IS ONE OF THE RECOMENDACIONES DE LA SEMANA ON DEPNAFUZZ

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Álbum de la semana:

PSYCHLONA.- “VENUS SKYTRIP” (UK) desert-rock, fuzz, stoner, heavy-psych, proto-metal

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BLUES PILLS.- “HOLY MOLLY!” (Suecia) blues-rock, soul-rock, hard-rock, psychedelic-rock

https://open.spotify.com/album/5q42nCZVvcbvSLIX2zxvkQ

BRIMSTONE COVEN.- “THE WOES OF A MORTAL EARTH” (US) hard-rock, classic-rock, proto-metal, vintage, ocult-rock, retro

BLACK ELEPHANT.- “SEVEN SWORDS” (Italia) heavy-psych, fuzz, stoner, psychedelic-rock, blues-rock, doom, 

BILL FISHER.- “MASS HYPNOSIS AND THE DARK TRIAD” (UK) hard-rock, vintage, progressive, rock, retro-rock, psychedelic-rock, stoner, classic-rock,

STONED KARMA.- “INDIGO” (Francia) psychedelic-rock, stoner, instrumental

IYARI.-“HOZRO” (España) avant-garde, instrumental, psychedelic, post-rock, improvisation

HYDRA.- “FROM LIGHT TO THE ABYSS” (Polonia) stoner, hard-rock, heavy-rock, proto-doom, retro

VOLCANOVA.- “RADICAL WAVES” (Islandia) stoner, hard-rock, heavy-rock, heavy-psych

UAY.- “LA SELVA” (Mexico) psychedelic-rock, latin, heavy-psych, experimental,  space

PALEHORSE/PALERIDER & LORD BUFFALO.“LEGENDS OF THE DESERT: VOLUME 1 (US) desert-rock, stoner, psychedelic, rock, alternative, fuzz, shoegaze

ERDEN.- “

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Review from Forestpunk of Cloud Diameter 2 – Cosmic Jazz For The Age Of Spiritual Machines

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Getachew Mekuria + John Coltrane + Count Zero Cloud Diameters 2 

Cloud Diameter 2 review

“The story of evolution unfolds with increasing levels of abstraction.”

RAY KURZWEIL, How to Create a Mind: The Secret of Human Thought Revealed

“By the end of this decade, we will have full-immersion visual-auditory environments, populated by realistic looking virtual humans. By the 2030s, virtual reality will be totally realistic and compelling and we will spend most of our time in virtual environments. By the 2040s, even people of biological origin are likely to have the vast majority of their thinking process taking place in nonbiological substrates. We will all become virtual humans.”

RAY KURZWEIL, attributed, The Age of Virtual Reality

spiritual jazz artificial intelligence “The Infinity Room,” Yayoi Kusama, The Broad Museum, Los Angeles, CA

“Parallax Error,” the opening invocation from Cloud Diameter 2, creeps in with the warm, breathy sound of a tenor sax jamming along with a modular…

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News from the Conning Tower: Sub the Sub

Having given it some thought, and after doing some sums, we’ve decided to enable a new feature which will be of interest to our regular customers: the Submarine Broadcasting Company Supporter’s Club.

It’s a Bandcamp subscription service. You pay £5 a month and you get access to the digital versions of everything we do, plus a large chunk of our back catalogue. You’ll also get a decent discount from our merch, messages from us, and other unique offers. Given that we release roughly two releases every month, averaging between £6 and £10, paying a paltry £5 is great value, not to mention the 30+ releases that will be instantly yours from the back catalogue (with more to be added as time goes by).

You also have the option to spend a little more (£6/month) and get a CD every month, or a little more again (£8/month) and get a cassette every month. How marvellous!

It goes without saying that the subscription model is fantastically beneficial to us too; it offers a predictable income, which allows us to budget for bigger and better releases in the months ahead.

You can get full details about the Supporter’s Club here: https://submarinebroadcastingco.bandcamp.com/supporters-club

Come on in, the water’s lovely.

News from the Conning Tower: Micrographia

So we have a brand new release tomorrow (10th July) and it’s a split release from two artists new to the submarine, qualchan and Dogs versus Shadows.

The split has been named Micrographia after the book (as per Wikipedia: Micrographia or Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies Made by Magnifying Glasses. With Observations and Inquiries Thereupon is a historically significant book by Robert Hooke about his observations through various lenses).

The little slices of life/sonic micro-stories in the hazy beats that qualchan creates, coupled with the look through the sonic microscope at cell membranes (see track titles) of dogs versus shadows is a pairing of musicians that deserve a closer listen.

qualchan – ultra-prolific experimental producer from Portland, Oregon, has released through Hotham Sound and Houdini Mansions amongst others.

dogs versus shadows – the radio DJ behind Kites and Pylons /experimental electronic producer Lee Pylon released his debut through London’s Subexotic Records in June 2020 and has several follow-ups in the pipeline.

Some of the tracks are very short – microscopic, some might say. Imagine slicing open a life – you might examine a little part at a time. Imagine examining a cell membrane – you’ll see parts of the whole, bit by bit you can piece them together and create an image…. that’s what Micrographia sets out to be.

Micrographia will be available exclusively on Bandcamp, as digital download or extremely limited edition cassette.

News from the Conning Tower: coming attractions

Hello you. How’s things? It’s all a bit weird at the moment, isn’t it. One of the benefits of operating from a submarine is that isolation is all part of the gig. So as far as new releases go, it’s full-steam ahead. But without the steam, obvs.

Two new releases that have snuck under the radar, both featuring the Welsh anarchist alchemist Alan Morse Davies. First up is his partnership with Anthony Morrow to form Non-Fatal Injuries, as explained thusly…

“Inspired by the world’s largest ever release of balloons, Balloonfest ’86 and the collateral damage it caused, we decided to work together.

Multiple horses suffered non-fatal injuries.

We settled on suitable synth and organ ambience then added samples from a 1948 BBC debate on the existence of God.”

Available only from Bandcamp as digital download or CD.

 

Second out of the traps is Alan partnering with Gregory Nieuwsma with their Reichian masterwork Dreams of Steve. Two very different but compelling dreams for all your iterative minimalist needs.

Alan and Gregory have made this album free to you; again it is available only on Bandcamp.

 


We have a big stack of new releases to bring you over the next couple of months. There’s a second album from Cloud Diameter, cheekily entitled Cloud Diameter 2. There’s a new album from Xqui, a new album from Iyari, a follow up to the acclaimed Spirits of Afrodubism by Cousin Silas & the Glove of Bones and much, much more.

Stay home, stay safe, buy a cassette player.

‘Happiness’, from Incentive

Our first release of 2020 is an imprint of Incentive’s brilliant Happiness album on cassette. It’s urgent, dense, claustrophobic, playful, ominous, melodic, and visceral. It’s instrumental, but certainly not ambient.

James (Incentive) says:

Happiness is an an album comprised of inspired and emotional compositions and production — a deep, complex sonic journey that amalgamates deep mechanical grooves and dark textures with hints of bright melody. This is a work of catharsis and self-medication; the auditory tapestry of this album was inspired by the junction of childhood trauma, depression, and anxiety about the future.

Take a listen here: https://submarinebroadcastingco.bandcamp.com/album/happiness

Review of ‘FROM – A Memory of Tomorrow’ by Yeah I Know It Sucks

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Artist: FROM
Title: A Memory of Tomorrow
Keywords: experimental ambient artprogressive United Kingdom
Label: Submarine Broadcasting Company

Being equipped with a bad memory is not all that handy, but when lovely music achieves to convey a memory of something that will happen tomorrow it is clear that things are becoming more easy. Now there are no worries about forgetting anything, as the events did not yet happen & yet we have a handy sneak preview! Giving us time to get accustomed to it all & Letting it all settle in ready to be stored in our beloved memory section of the mind like a engraver engraving a name in a wedding ring.

The music over here tells us that tomorrow will be one of those drowsy romantic days, one in which sweet mesmerising repetitive songs of singing are playing out on a intelligently calming flow of sentimental goodness. Tomorrow…

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News from the Conning Tower: FROM

This week sees the release of the debut single from the newest addition to our roster, FROM. She Stands is taken from their forthcoming album A Memory of Tomorrow which is scheduled for September.

FROM is the long distance (New York via Brussels) collaboration between experimental electronic producer Michel Mazza and singer-songwriter Piero Delux. They describe their project as an experiment in finding balance between pop hooks and experimental arrangements. The end result is a unique form of dreamy, lush, melodic music that just doesn’t sound like anyone else. We think that if you like Sigur Rós, Toydrum or Talk Talk you’re really going to love A Memory of Tomorrow.

You can see an excerpt from the video for She Stands above. The single is released on 8th September on all major digital platforms, and will be available as a free download from our Bandcamp page.