Experimental music for experimental people....

Experimental music for experimental people....

Thursday, September 29, 2011

SUB008 Subterrestrial - "Subterrestrial"

This self-titled release from Subterrestrial is a collection of chiptune and micromusic recorded between June 2010 and July 2011. Some tracks were recorded for compilations (most of which never saw release,) many more were recorded specifically for this collection. Styles range from ambient to post-rock and experimental utilizing 8-bit, analog and circuit bent sounds. With twelve tracks, there's bound to be something on this collection for everyone.

1. Into the Chasm 4:43
2. Tahoe Shimmer 3:38
3. Neighborhood Arcade 4:30
4. Gallifreyan Waltz 2:55
5. The Key and the Eye 4:03
6. It's Summer Somewhere 2:55
7. The Polar Openings as Viewed From Space 4:20
8. Alone in the Darkness 2:02
9. Asagiri 3:05
10. Ueno Park After Dark 4:45
11. Ancient Behemoth 4:06
12. Return to the Surface 3:28

Total length: 44:28
Encoded at: 44.100 KHz 192Kbps

Download from Subterrestrial

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

(dis)PERSE Dispatch Episode #36

(dis)PERSE Dispatch is a weekly broadcast on DFM RTV, Netherlands produced and hosted by Alan Herrick of Auricular Records. He's played Subterrestrial's music on previous podcasts, though on a recent show he actually opened and closed the program with "The Old Water Tank" and "The Gate at the Beach" respectively from Subterrestrial's recently released album "The Old Water Tank" on Treetrunk Records. Please check out the archived podcast and help support this great broadcaster!

Download & Stream | Visit (dis)PERSE Dispatch

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

This Blue Lawn - Sadayatana Podcast #43

Another recent show by internet broadcaster/podcaster John Tocher and his great show Sadayatana. His September 3 show featured the title track from Subterrestrial's recently released album "The Old Water Tank" on Treetrunk Records. Please check out the podcast and help support this great radio show!

Download & Stream | Visit Sadayatana

Saturday, September 10, 2011

REVIEW: Infinite Inertia - "The Colour Out Of Space"

It isn't often that I write and post a review for this blog (chalk it up to my own laziness/selfishness) but when I do it's usually of The Netherlands' Infinite Inertia. Usually known for producing some of the deepest, darkest minimal ambient atmospheres, he's really outdone himself with this latest, Lovecraftian-themed release. "The Colour Out Of Space" presents us with a decidedly more dense and complex soundscape where ancient monstrosities call from the deepest depths and snatches of melody lure us into madness like a siren's song. Highly recommended if you're looking for your next "soundtrack without a movie."

Download | More Infinite Inertia

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Unknown Pleasures Vol. 45

Temple of Despair Radio recently featured Subterrestrial's "H-21" album in it's entirety on their show Unknown Pleasures. The show is quite lengthy (the archived podcast is divided into two parts) and features blocks by several other artists as well. Please check out the podcast and support this great internet broadcaster!

Part One | Part Two | Visit ToDRadio