…Black Mill Tapes Volume 2:Do You Synthesize? on April 11th.
It will once again be available here for the princely sum of £4.99
You can get a sneak peek at the tracklisting over there.
Don’t forget, you may catch a glimpse of our Head Technician at the Komedia in Brighton on April 14th. He’s playing a set at the Belbury Youth Club night at The Outer Church. Tickets available at the Komedia website.
We managed to drag some information out of our Head Technician regarding the transfers comprising Vol.2, and he gives us a clue as to the meaning of the album’s title:
“…after inspecting this batch of transfers using my complicated ‘Pyesonics’ audio analysis technique, I discovered that these pieces were most likely created using only one sound source. If I were to hazard a guess, I’d say a low-end Japanese mono-synth…this has lent these pieces a certain uniformity of sound, so I thought it relevant to group them together on this release.
Once again, there was the bare minimum of information on the tapes, so I took the liberty of naming the tracks myself…”
Rear sleeve artwork shown below:
Black Mill Tapes Volume 2: Do You Synthesise? is due for release before April 14th (you’ll see why!), priced at £4.99.
Here is the track-listing for our Weird Tales for Winter mix as broadcast by Resonance FM on 29/1/11. It’s now available to download here.
The House In The Woods – Serverton
Broadcast and the Focus Group – The Be Colony
Pye Corner Audio – Theme Number Four
The Future/The Human League – Last Man On Earth
Shogun Kunitoki – Daniel/Moon Wiring Club – Marmalade Sun
Pye Corner Audio – Electronic Rhythm Number Three
Jackal’s Doom Disco – Do You Hear Them?
Broadcast and the Focus Group – how do you get along sir?/ The Moontrekkers – Night of the Vampire
oOoOO – Burnout Eyess
Black To Comm – Traum GmbH
The Black Neon – Ode To Immer Wieder
Oneohtrix Point Never – Physical Memories
Espers – Dead Queen
Pye Corner Audio – Untitled Arpeggio
Grouper – Way Their Crept
The House In The Woods – Sunlight On Rusting Hulk
Our sincere thanks go to Jonny Mugwump for giving us the spot, and for curating such an amazing series of programs.