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Amp Bit If Go Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Mismatched Negativity

This sounds very pleasant... Some tasty mellow electronics with ambient tones and slightly crackly, glitched electronics. This is really quite subtle and gentle but still manages to find its way in. There's certainly an affinity with some of the old Mille Plateau stuff/clicks n cuts/Oval etc. Also there are some really nice synthesised sou...view item »

dooQ
Fingertip Springs

Ooh I like the sleeve on this one. It's all fingery and springy.... very exciting though I'm not sure what the whole point of having springs on your fingers is but give me some springs, a bottle of wine and 2 hours and I'll upload some fun stuff to youtube. In the meantime you can make do with the CD I'm listening to which is some nice clicky or...view item »

Various
Feeding The Transmitter

Here's a compilation CD of electronicy folks called Feeding The Transmitter. When this was played earlier there were a few tracks which raised heads and folks would ask 'what's this'. Normally that means something's pretty good... 3 of us independently asked 'what's this' so it it must be pretty decent! It's on the Amp Bit Rif Go label and it featu...view item »

Poborsk
World of Sine

I think Poborsk is French? I could be wrong? I'm too lazy to check but he's had stuff out on the Cactus Island label before. I remember that! Here's a new CD by the fella on Amp Bit If Go which comes in a funky metal tin. I like to buy music that comes in metal tins. In fact anything in tins is fine by me.... apart from paint. I think that should c...view item »

Soundhacker
A Series Of Routines EP

I'll start with Soundhacker:" A Series Of Routines EP" (Amp Bit Rifllgo) Rattling off some crunchy DSP'd (Digital Signal Process) beats spliced between what sound like recordings of haunted radio frequencies, crackle, hiss and bass (knob. Phil x) throb. If you like granular synthesized sounds ala While, Richard Devine and late nineties be...view item »