Category: Compilation

Touched 3

Touched 3

Purchase Lable – Touched Music Released – 7/26/16 CAT – n/a Info – All proceeds donated to Macmillan Cancer Support – www.macmillan.org.uk Some of the planet’s greatest Electronic, Ambient & Modern Classical musicians come together for this amazing cause. You can pay an amount of your choice here (£15 or over), and we will donate (and…

Black Box N

Purchase Label – Kaer-Uiks CAT – [KRX001] Released – 12/13/2015 info – To commemorate the debut release of the records division from krux, a large number of frequent collaborators from social networks, close acquaintances and local artists, have gathered to put together this compilation, featuring 47 compositions, ranging from original works, re-works of pre-existing tunes, remixes,…

touched two (The Remixes)

Purchase/Donate Label – Touched CAT – N/A Released – 6/25/2015 Info – All proceeds donated to Macmillan Cancer Support – www.macmillan.org.uk Some of the planet’s greatest Electronic, Ambient & Modern Classical musicians come together for this amazing cause. You can pay an amount of your choice here (£10 or over), and we will donate (and claim…

Neoteric Components

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Label – Component Recordings

CAT – Com -203

Released – 12/09/13

Info – Mastered by Raab Codec in The Temple of Wires
Artwork by Mattia Travaglini

Photon Collisions (Curated by Somatic Responses)

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Label – N/A

CAT – PE012

Released – 11/14/13

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The original idea for this compilation came about in a quite simplistic and natural way, we (John and Paul) were down the park with the kids, and as usual we were discussing music, current track ideas and good music we had heard by other people. The magnitude of these elements became almost overwhelming to the point we thought we had to do something, bang the idea was born and quickly moved forward. We have been inundated with excellent music and the compilation could have been even bigger than the colossal 42 tracks included if we hadn’t turned it around so quickly, but we have to stop somewhere (and possibly do it all again in the future).

After nearly 20 years in the electronic music scene there as always been constant bombardment of views. A lot is made of the current state of the music industry with illegal downloads, changing formats and people making music to satisfy a particular audience. Whilst a lot of these factors remain a talking point and in many ways a constant frustration the fact remains;
There is a huge amount of great music in varying genres being made by people who do it because they have to, its what drives them!
So looking forward in a positive sense, the social media revolution has meant continuing strong networks of like-minded people and enabled scenes and various forms of electronic music to continue (even if they don’t thrive as they once did).

Also there is an assumption that the listeners just want the sugar coated well-produced junk they hear day to day, we don’t believe this.
So here we are 20 years down the line with a similar ethos we started out with, exploration, experimentation, and escapism with the added bonus of meeting great people and forging great relationships along the way. Some great old friends and some new friends appear on here and it’s a privilege in many ways.

Each track we (all artists) write, each record that gets pressed, each download (illegal/legal) each listener hearing something different for the first time, each soundcloud, facebook and twitter connection is an exchange of energy; A Photon Collision.

It’s important that this compilation is a purely positive package. This wouldn’t have happened without the superb artists who gave music without question or contract, they just wanted to be a part of something, to create a Photon Collision of their own.

Enjoy the Music and don’t forget to make your own Photon Collisions!

This is a 100% charitable release, no money will be made by SR or any of the artists, so please consider the scale and quality of this release when pressing the download button. We will declare our sales quarterly and ensure the receipt of money is visible to ou chosen charities.

• A quick note about our chosen charities.

1. Cancer Research UK  www.cancerresearchuk.org/home/
The reasons for supporting such a charity will be immediate to most, this disease touches a lot of people in many ways. Selecting a UK charity isn’t going to confine the benefits to people in the UK, any progress in treatment and cure is shared with organisations worldwide and programs are often cross border studies.

2. NSPCC  www.nspcc.org.uk
The protection and prevention of cruelty to children is as important to us at it to a majority of adults. This is a leading UK charity at the forefront of protecting the innocent and vulnerable.

Art Work by Mattia Travaglini

Terrestrial (remixed by c.db.sn)

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CAT – N/A

Released – 14/03/14

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Terrestrial is a re-mastered collection of c.db.sn’s compilation appearances, collaborations, remixes, b-sides and previously unreleased material.written, produced, engineered, and mastered by Chase Dobson
graphic design:  www.optimystic-arts.com
photo credit: Brent Nicholas

Specification

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Label – Subspec

CAT – SUB010

Released – 19/02/13

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Subspec launches into 2013 with a bold new compilation featuring various members of our extended family. Faces familiar and new deliver the grooves across 20 varied tracks that generally fit under the umbrella of Techno. This isn’t about a stylistically monotone single image for our label, but rather providing music that is both of the moment and aware of and honoring the roots we developed from. Most of the tracks are squarely aimed at groove-oriented dancefloor Techno with an experimental undercurrent from artists like The Automatic Message, Jerry Abstract, and Fabrics. RAFH & re_Click, John Massey, and Jay Zoney bring some peak hour fire. Complicit, Sone, JGarrett, and Rubidium provide the solid connective glue that helps tell a story within a set. We get dubby with Danzai, Cyanwave, and Milkplant; minimal with Terrence Dixon and Countered. Somatic Responses and Zyxt tip their hat to classic sounds of the early IDM scene. Kafka and Keef Baker’s OCDC glam things up on our way to close out with Raab Codec’s glitchy ambience.

“Specification” does not represent a roadmap, but rather a vista populated by a variety of artists whose work we enjoy. It’s a moment in a transition and our report for the beginning of 2013!