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Cosmo Rhythmatic Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Vainio & Vigroux
Ignis

This one’s a total no-brainer if you were a fan of Mika Vainio & Franck Vigroux’s 2014 album ‘Peau Froide, Léger Soleil’, also released on Cosmo Rhythmatic. The six tracks that comprise ‘Ignis’ were recorded during the same sessions as the previous album, so one could say it’s an addendum of sorts ...view item »

Sophia Loizou
Irregular Territories

This label rules. I’m all ears every time they put out a new record - they’ve put out some proper belters and here’s another… a six track EP from Sophia Loizou who has previously had a couple of albums out on Astro:Dynamics and Kathexis. Intro 'Loop of Perception' accelerates like we're about to blast into hypers...view item »

die ANGEL
Entropien I

Angel - the duo of Ilpo Väisänen (Pan Sonic) and Dirk Dresselhaus (Schneider TM) have become die Angel on this, their eighth album, and first for Shapednoise’s Cosmo Rhythmatic imprint. Previous albums vi...view item »

Mika Vainio & Franck Vigroux
Peau Froide, Léger Soleil

Peau Froide, Leger Soleil by Mika Vaino and Franck Vigroux sees the pair mixing their styles to create a work that spans the full spectrum between minimum and maximum. Vigroux creates the space whilst Vaino's robust and brutal production creates the framework. The third release on Cosmo Rhythmatic which...view item »

Simbiosi
Indastria EP

Simbiosi appeared, seemingly out of nowhere back in 2015 with the cracking ‘Elements’ triple 12” set on Actress Werkdiscs label, and then the Italian duo just seemed to have vanished. Now they make a welc...view item »

Jesse Osborne-Lanthier and Grischa Lichtenberger
CSLM

Tough, crunchy, mechanical, futuristic electronics and abtracted rhythms on the Shapednoise curated Cosmo Rhythmatic label from Grischa Lichtenberger (Raster Noton) and ...view item »

Black Rain & Shapednoise
Apophis

Here we have a melding of the Black Rain project with Shapednoise, resulting in what we could almost call techno. However, the harsh electronics of Apophis threatens to overwhelm the trappings of that genre: we teeter on the brink throughout. With an extra remix from Demdike Stare&rsquo...view item »

Franck Vigroux
Centaure

The inaugural release on Cosmo Rhythmatic has Franck Vigroux unleash a monster 12” of rhythmic noise/ hard as nails techno. Opening with the shuddering distorted machine rhythms and siren like synth of ‘2024’ sounding like ...view item »