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Quicksails - Mortal
Quicksails
Mortal
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
15,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ben Billington has devoted a decade of his life to Chicago’s overlapping scenes of experimental DIY, electronic music, and free jazz as a part of seminal outfits including Tiger Hatchery, ONO, and ADT. His solo music under the Quicksails moniker compresses his mastery of synthesis and percussion into dense electro- acoustic compositions animated by stacked layers of rhythm and alien texture. Mortal, his first LP for Hausu Mountain following releases on labels like Spectrum Spools, NNA Tapes, and Captcha, finds Quicksails piecing together some of his most complex compositions to date, steering his network of synths, samplers, and acoustic instruments through conflicting emotional territories as a means of personal catharsis and abstracted self expression.
TALsounds - Lifter + Lighter
TALsounds
Lifter + Lighter
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
7,19 €* 8,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The sessions of live-looped electronic improvisation that Natalie Chami releases under the TALsounds moniker continue to evolve in complexity and emotional resonance as she refines her approach to performing music as an everyday process. As part of the trio Good Willsmith, Chami’s self-harmonized choral vocals and recursive synth leads weave through her bandmates’ swathes of noise and abstracted “rock” instrumentation. Lifter + Lighter, her second full-length TALsounds release on Hausu Mountain, focuses the spotlight closer than ever on the direct physical reality of her meditative performance style. If 2015’s All The Way (HAUSMO32) offered a series of confessional, diaristic expressions of Chami’s experiences, rooted in specific events along her own timeline, Lifter + Lighter sheds any overarching personal themes in favor of a universal connection to her listeners. Instead of creating vehicles for specific moments, TALsounds hones the technical aspects of her craft, conjuring new inspiration from the tones and improv strategies themselves that she workshops over her exhaustive home recording regimen. On Lifter + Lighter, Chami’s vocals sit closer to the front of her mixes than ever before. Her clear human presence, coupled with her more legible lyrical content, achieves a direct exchange with the audience in the form of her most “song”-like sessions to date, all while maintaining the loose, no-overdubs quality of previous releases. The takes documented on Lifter + Lighter range from filmic expanses of pitch-black synthesis to pounding exercises of industrial rhythm to vocal-focused pieces closer in execution to R&B ballads. TALsounds unites these styles under the umbrella of her solo live performance, all poured from the same rig of analog synths, samplers, and loop pedals. Sessions like “I’m Just Around” churn over arrhythmic beats while Chami drops languid vocalizations into the increasingly queasy atmosphere. “Close My Eyes” and “Hair” draw tonal inspiration from Björk circa Vespertine, as Chami’s elegant music-box synth lines ping together between sighed verses that stack onto themselves over time. “I Am Why” finds her streaking into a harsher, glitch-inspired textural field, randomly erasing and segmenting her own looped vocals into a live-constructed stutter before piling on additional strata of sampled percussion. Album closer “Solace” represents a cathartic peak to Lifter + Lighter’s varied gradient of headspaces. The session captures the precision and spontaneity of her performances in equal parts with its slowly unfolding, suite-like structure. Atonal synth bursts howl in the darkness. Her vocalizations cut through and stir together in the center, compounding into a dense wall with each impassioned wail left to hover in her loops. TALsounds climbs up octaves as vocal phrases layer to their limit, before squelching peals of delay manipulation overwhelm the mix. As in all of her sessions, each of these decisions happened in real time - performed over the same time that it takes to hear them, pulled from two hands and a brain conditioned over a perpetually expanding journey of practice.
Mukqs - Walkthrough
Mukqs
Walkthrough
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mukqs has released solo experiments that take his tactics of tape-loop mangling and sample manipulation honed in the trio Good Willsmith to new heights of noise collage abstraction. Walkthrough, Max Allison’s first full length release on Hausu Mountain represents another complementary branch of his work: layered synth compositions performed on hardware electronics, inspired by the tones of classic video game music. Recorded live as a single session presented without overdubs, Walkthrough finds Allison winding through a song cycle of day-glo square-wave leads, busy electronic percussion patterns, and washes of low-end drone. Mukqs meshes the emotionally resonant melodies and synthetic timbres of the soundtracks to Super Nintendo RPGs like Chrono Trigger or Earthbound with the strain of organic synth exploration practiced by the likes of Cluster or Emeralds. For Mukqs and many musicians of his generation, video game soundtracks served as a formative entry point to electronic music at a young age. Instead of merely bridging the gap between Mukqs’s musical upbringing and his current experimental practice, Walkthrough reveals that no such gap exists.
MrDougDoug - SOS Forks AI REM
MrDougDoug
SOS Forks AI REM
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
7,19 €* 8,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Doug Kaplan wants you to be happy, to stare into the digital void, and to merrily prank you into a puddle of fractals. As MrDougDoug, he makes music to entertain and challenge in equal measure. The MIDI-contorting sci-fi opus SOS Forks AI REM represents his debut album of solo material on Hausu Mountain. While Doug continues to explore the possibilities of noise improvisation and guitar performance in the trio Good Willsmith and other projects, SOS Forks AI REM finds him harnessing his in-the-box production experience to create an album entirely using software instruments. MrDougDoug drudges up pre-existing MIDI files from the Internet Archive’s Geocities Collection and freemidi.org and overhauls them to suit his twisted tastes. Kaplan’s style of re-contextualization balances the spastic urges of John Oswald’s plunderphonic pop experiments with the attention to production detail and cyborg texture of Oneohtrix Point Never - all while maintaining a sense of reckless glee and mischief reminiscent of The Residents’ stable on Ralph Records. MrDougDoug imagines a future where speakers continue to shrink and shrink, from earbuds to phone speakers to biologically integrated playback devices sounding out of minuscule flesh amplifiers, blasting into the realms of unprecedented fidelities. SOS Forks AI REM, then, is what emerges from those pore-sized speakers. Each note overloads the device, and each track overloads the brain.
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Radiator Greys - Denying The Other
Radiator Greys
Denying The Other
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Layers together expansive live sessions flecked with textural juxtapositions & torrents of mix-consuming disorder. Their 1st full-length album distills their ongoing experiments in the noise, drone, & industrial disciplines onto a program of extreme performances each capable of transporting the listener to obscure & insular territories
Jeremy Bible & Mousecop - Jeremy Bible Vs. Mousecop
Jeremy Bible & Mousecop
Jeremy Bible Vs. Mousecop
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A collaboration between these two ambitious, progressive projects. Two sidelong sessions, each over 20 minutes in duration, capture the conjoined ensemble's electroacoustic improvisations, recorded in a single marathon day of tinkering & tracking at Experiemedia HQ.
Davey Harms - Cables
Davey Harms
Cables
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
His latest cycle of in-the-red electronic exercises finds him augmenting his already overloaded practice with new strategies in structural disfiguration & polyrhythmic beat deconstruction.
Bang! Bros. - Food For Thoth
Bang! Bros.
Food For Thoth
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Unhinged ecstatic jams from Arkm Foam & Mark Johnson, capturing their live mangling of assorted drum machines, effects pedals, & grab bag elecronics, abetted by Andy Allen's free-form saxophone exploration.
Long Distance Poison - Lama Nada
Long Distance Poison
Lama Nada
Tape | 2015 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
5,99 €* 9,99 € -40%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A holistic incarnation of electronic music in which each high tech sonic & physical element illuminates a truth with ancient origins. Lama Nada presents two sidelong sessions that the duo sculpted w/the intent of conjuring abstract physical planes & embodying the shifting conditions of an organism's state of being.
Andrew Bernstein - Cult Appeal
Andrew Bernstein
Cult Appeal
Tape | 2015 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Member of Horse Lords continues to redefine the capacity of the modern interdisciplinary musician, exploring the intersections of ecstatic saxophone performance & academic electronic music. His solo material contextualizes these impulses into discrete pieces informed by the contemporary classical, minimalist, & avant-garde traditions.
William Selman - Picture Of The Climates
William Selman
Picture Of The Climates
Tape | 2015 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Modular dub conveyed in surges of delay & reverb-based spatial manipulation, transmuting percussion patterns into spiraling afterimages of their original forms
Black Hat - Thought Of Two
Black Hat
Thought Of Two
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Hausu Mountain)
19,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Debut full-length LP following an acclaimed cassette EP on Field Hymns. Composed with an intricate system of digital processes & synthhardware, this is the culmination of the project's tonal explorations & structural decisions. Sophisticated rhytmic grids & detailed lead voices, congealing & conflicting in unpredictable fashion, propelling each track through diverse atmospheres & textures.
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