Maenad Veyl – Somehow, Somewhere They Have Heard This Before [PBD10.5]

Pinkman welcomes Maenad Veyl to its roster of artists for his debut release in the form of the labels second tape. ‘Make Them Remember’ sets the gloomy mood with clattering percussion and ghostly synth lines. The messy drum patterns of Taiko Death Rhythm’ are breaking up the cold mist. The A-side of the cassette is completed by the melodic slow burning energy of ‘D.M.M.R.M’. On the other side ‘State ov Apprehension’ and ‘Sotto Gli Occhi Tutti’ further darken the character, to then pave way for ‘In Ruins’ to finish the damage with it’s ethereal, yet soul ripping guitar riffs.

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Maenad Veyl – Somehow, Somewhere They Have Heard This Before [PBD10.5]

Siegmar Fricke – Kassettenjahre 1988-1993 LP [MM005]

Siegmar Fricke describes his music as ‘dynamic dancable collage-pop with a 90s technoid tendency’. The music on this release is made by Yamaha sampling- keyboards, Yamaha multieffects, synthesizers and 60s magnetic tape recorder, recorded on a four-track Tascam tape-machine. From 1987 – 1993 he produced twenty four cassette releases, some on his former label ‘Bestattungsinstitut’ and some on other tape-labels all around the globe. This vinyl is a fine selection of various tapes from 1988 – 1993 slightly edited for club use and remastered by Berlin’s masterchef Kitaro from Schnittstelle. Heavy underground dancematerial for the first time on vinyl. Comes with a strong extended dancefloor remix by Manfredas.

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Siegmar Fricke – Kassettenjahre 1988-1993 LP [MM005]

The Pulse Projects – Black Catalogue Rituals – 2004-2005 [SUBAPICAL02]

Subapical  presents Dutch producer Albert Van Abbe’s The Pulse Projects – Black Catalogue Rituals (2004-2005). The Pulse Projects Black Catalogue Rituals (2004-2005) show Albert Van Abbe’s grittier electro/industrial focused work all recorded in the mid noughties. Here he serves up 4 tracks from the archives.

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The Pulse Projects – Black Catalogue Rituals – 2004-2005 [SUBAPICAL02]