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One String Inspiration – name your price!

Ahead of the Post:Soc “big push” (more on that later) and some exciting new projects we’re launching (even more on that even later), we’ve made the OSI download from Bandcamp “name your price”, so you can pay as little (or as much) as you want. Remember kids, this is for charity, so be nice.

Also, we’ve marked down the price of the CDs – there are only a handful left and we want to make some space for the Post:Soc Post:Script CDs – so if you are stuck for ideas for Christmas gifts for the ambient/experimental/harsh noise fan in your life, now’s the time to act!

Review of One String Inspiration from Monolith Cocktail

A lovely review of One String Inspiration (you’ll need to scroll down a bit; we’re not top billing!)

Monolith Cocktail Blog

REVIEWS/PREVIEWS ROUNDUP
WORDS: DOMINIC VALVONA


Not that I ever mean to do it, but this month’s roundup does have a tenuous theme of sorts, or rather many of the releases in this, the 52nd edition of my eclectic revues, are more or less all experimenting with the electronic music format in one way or another. The sagacious counterculture totem and beatnik poet of renown, John Sinclair leads the charge this month, his vivid jazz lyricism recitations put to an evocative soundtrack by Youth on the mini-album Beatnik Youth Ambient. Jono Podmore’s recently re-launched label, Psychomat, follows up on the inaugural release with another electronic peregrination – this time far more melodic and dreamy –, from the mysterious Reason Stendec. Working in isolation and apart, never meeting in person, the Room Of Wires duo release their third EP of otherworldly and atmospheric techno and downtempo beats, Black…

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