Eckoclick - Eckoclick EP [SRR010]Format: 12” and digitalOut: 8th September 2014Pre-order: via Bandcamp Eckoclick is the brand new collaboration between the Slowfoot signed producer, Crewdson and the fast rising vocalist, Femme. Both incredibly adept within their own fields - Crewdson with his superbly intricate sampling techniques and freewheeling compositions and Femme with her attitude laden, oft-heartfelt song writing and vocal delivery – their debut self-titled EP builds on the promise so perfectly contained in their remix of Bambooman’s ‘Sun’ (which we released in 2013) and serves up six slices of dappled house music. After first meeting at Goldsmiths, University of London, the duo later set about experimenting in their home studios, intertwining aspects of their solo work to create a wholly unique sound that’s made entirely out of found sounds and Femme’s voice. And it’s this blending of fractal audial experiments with the serene vocal layering that marks out Eckoclick’s material. Whether it’s the upbeat funk of tracks like ‘Dream In Colour’ and ‘Dance With Me’ or the moodier ‘Bad Luck’ and ‘Break’, the duo manage to sound like themselves at all times – simply two friends and collaborators revelling in the depths of each other’s skill set.  :: Premiered exclusively on The Line Of Best Fit.Follow Eckoclick: :: EP Tracklist: 1. Dream In Colour 2. Dance With Me 3. Controller 4. Bad Luck 5. Alright To Me 6. BreakThe Eckoclick EP will be released on 12” and digital on 8th September 2014.

Eckoclick - Eckoclick EP [SRR010]

Format: 12” and digital
Out: 8th September 2014
Pre-order: via Bandcamp

Eckoclick is the brand new collaboration between the Slowfoot signed producer, Crewdson and the fast rising vocalist, Femme. Both incredibly adept within their own fields - Crewdson with his superbly intricate sampling techniques and freewheeling compositions and Femme with her attitude laden, oft-heartfelt song writing and vocal delivery – their debut self-titled EP builds on the promise so perfectly contained in their remix of Bambooman’s ‘Sun’ (which we released in 2013) and serves up six slices of dappled house music.

After first meeting at Goldsmiths, University of London, the duo later set about experimenting in their home studios, intertwining aspects of their solo work to create a wholly unique sound that’s made entirely out of found sounds and Femme’s voice. And it’s this blending of fractal audial experiments with the serene vocal layering that marks out Eckoclick’s material. Whether it’s the upbeat funk of tracks like ‘Dream In Colour’ and ‘Dance With Me’ or the moodier ‘Bad Luck’ and ‘Break’, the duo manage to sound like themselves at all times – simply two friends and collaborators revelling in the depths of each other’s skill set.

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Premiered exclusively on The Line Of Best Fit.

Follow Eckoclick:
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EP Tracklist:

1. Dream In Colour
2. Dance With Me
3. Controller
4. Bad Luck
5. Alright To Me
6. Break

The Eckoclick EP will be released on 12” and digital on 8th September 2014.

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Nemone played Ghost Kwini’s ‘Black Google’ on her Electric Ladyland show on BBC 6 Music on 3rd May 2014.

Thanks to the wonders of the internet you can stream it here, even though the show has since dropped off the iPlayer.

Thanks, internet.

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Ghost Kwini - Dark Address EPFormat: Digital download Out: 9th June 2014 Sonic Router Records’ ninth release proper comes from the Netherlands based newcomer, Ghost Kwini. Dark Address is his debut release; a succinct four track EP that aims to explore Kwini’s relationship with internet technology and the way it influences and blurs the recall of memory.  Akin to the instrumental grime movement spearheaded by outfits like the London based Boxed and its component members, Kwini’s music runs at a similar spacious tempo and utilises the same impactful soundsystem-primed tactics of careering low end, but his tracks are littered with more distant ideas and ghostly voices than they are driving drums. ‘Black Google’ fuses 8bit stabs with an unsettling discordance, ‘Netscape Navigator’ reformats a little bit of grime’s obsession with low string samples, ‘Gothic Sheikh’ plays more with a funky tempo and ‘Uncanny Valley’ fragments the diva vocals.  “I’m very much into grime, both the old and recent stuff,” offers Kwini of his inspirations; “and, to me, one of the best things about grime music is the use of wild and strange sounds and samples. My music is definitely comparable to that particular aspect of grime, with it being so weird and wild and ‘wot u call it.’”  “This EP is my reflection on everything internet related,” he offers of the EP. “The internet these days seems like it’s almost organic; like it moves and grows so freely that it almost seems autonomous. I wanted the music to be imagining certain parts of that monster or to serve as the soundtrack to such an impossible to film idea.”  ::  Premiered exclusively by Clash Music.Follow Ghost Kwini: ::  Full Tracklist:  1. Black Google 2. Netscape Navigator 3. Gothic Sheikh 4. Uncanny ValleyArtwork by Joeri Woudstra.Ghost Kwini’s Dark Address EP will be out on digital download from the 9th June 2014.

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Ghost Kwini - Dark Address EP

Format:
Digital download
Out: 9th June 2014

Sonic Router Records’ ninth release proper comes from the Netherlands based newcomer, Ghost Kwini. Dark Address is his debut release; a succinct four track EP that aims to explore Kwini’s relationship with internet technology and the way it influences and blurs the recall of memory.

Akin to the instrumental grime movement spearheaded by outfits like the London based Boxed and its component members, Kwini’s music runs at a similar spacious tempo and utilises the same impactful soundsystem-primed tactics of careering low end, but his tracks are littered with more distant ideas and ghostly voices than they are driving drums. ‘Black Google’ fuses 8bit stabs with an unsettling discordance, ‘Netscape Navigator’ reformats a little bit of grime’s obsession with low string samples, ‘Gothic Sheikh’ plays more with a funky tempo and ‘Uncanny Valley’ fragments the diva vocals.

“I’m very much into grime, both the old and recent stuff,” offers Kwini of his inspirations; “and, to me, one of the best things about grime music is the use of wild and strange sounds and samples. My music is definitely comparable to that particular aspect of grime, with it being so weird and wild and ‘wot u call it.’”

“This EP is my reflection on everything internet related,” he offers of the EP. “The internet these days seems like it’s almost organic; like it moves and grows so freely that it almost seems autonomous. I wanted the music to be imagining certain parts of that monster or to serve as the soundtrack to such an impossible to film idea.”

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Premiered exclusively by Clash Music.

Follow Ghost Kwini:


::

Full Tracklist:

1. Black Google
2. Netscape Navigator
3. Gothic Sheikh
4. Uncanny Valley

Artwork by Joeri Woudstra.

Ghost Kwini’s Dark Address EP will be out on digital download from the 9th June 2014.

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Bambooman’s Dulcet EP.
Out 5/5/14 on 12” & Digital.
Pre-order: sonicrouter.bandcamp.com/album/dulcet-ep

SOON.

Out: 24/01/14

My Panda Shall Fly - Higher [SRR007]Format: Pea green casette and digitalOut: 27th January 2014Pre-order: via Bandcamp Our first release of 2014 comes from the South London dwelling producer, My Panda Shall Fly. Long since a friend of the label, MPSF’s music has blossomed through numerous fits, starts and collaborations with his work adorning multiple imprints since he first emerged in 2011. But with his latest 6 track EP, Higher, his tonal and textural ideas have found a consistent voice adapting to the array of different tempos perfectly. “These tracks are loosely based around the concept of ‘sacred pain’,” offers MPSF of the EP; “an extremely fascinating subject I’d found myself digging into without any real prior warning. After learning about the myriads of ways individuals endure affliction and suffering for their various beliefs across the planet, I recalled witnessing such an act for the first time when I was aged nine, in my home-town of Kandy, Sri Lanka. Without doubt the spectacle left quite a mark upon my psyche, so much so that it evokes this memory some eighteen years later.” “In practice, I wanted to keep pushing myself to explore new modes and forms of making music, sometimes to a point of never repeating or re-using a particular effect that I’d used previously. Upon later reflection, I found that the assorted approaches I applied to these six tracks paralleled the diversity of discomfort which individuals put themselves through in the name of religion around the planet.” Tracklist: 1. haus / transferring sorrow 2. ark (spirit servant) 3. crac 4. groupp mind 5. indentification 6. fish r friends

My Panda Shall Fly - Higher [SRR007]

Format: Pea green casette and digital
Out: 27th January 2014
Pre-order: via Bandcamp

Our first release of 2014 comes from the South London dwelling producer, My Panda Shall Fly. Long since a friend of the label, MPSF’s music has blossomed through numerous fits, starts and collaborations with his work adorning multiple imprints since he first emerged in 2011. But with his latest 6 track EP, Higher, his tonal and textural ideas have found a consistent voice adapting to the array of different tempos perfectly.

“These tracks are loosely based around the concept of ‘sacred pain’,” offers MPSF of the EP; “an extremely fascinating subject I’d found myself digging into without any real prior warning. After learning about the myriads of ways individuals endure affliction and suffering for their various beliefs across the planet, I recalled witnessing such an act for the first time when I was aged nine, in my home-town of Kandy, Sri Lanka. Without doubt the spectacle left quite a mark upon my psyche, so much so that it evokes this memory some eighteen years later.”

“In practice, I wanted to keep pushing myself to explore new modes and forms of making music, sometimes to a point of never repeating or re-using a particular effect that I’d used previously. Upon later reflection, I found that the assorted approaches I applied to these six tracks paralleled the diversity of discomfort which individuals put themselves through in the name of religion around the planet.”

Tracklist:

1. haus / transferring sorrow
2. ark (spirit servant)
3. crac
4. groupp mind
5. indentification
6. fish r friends

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Torus speaks exclusively to One O’clock about his forthcoming EP, Feeel, in this Parisian shot video interview.

The clip features as yet unheard music and concert footage too…

#feeel out 18.11.2013

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Today XLR8R premiered the video for ‘Feeel’, the title track from Torus’ second EP proper.

Out 18/11/2103.

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Out now on cassette & digital.

BUY HERE: http://t.co/qNzRWa0V1k

Fuewa’s Birth Palace EP is out today on cassette & digital.  If you purchase the tape direct from us you get the digital version for free… full info up now at: http://bit.ly/17O7ehj The EP is also available digitally at: Bleep: http://bit.ly/12ynUVi Boomkat: http://bit.ly/14IuNSw iTunes: http://bit.ly/12ynWfO …or your online retailer of choice

Fuewa’s Birth Palace EP is out today on cassette & digital.

If you purchase the tape direct from us you get the digital version for free… full info up now at: http://bit.ly/17O7ehj

The EP is also available digitally at:

Bleep: http://bit.ly/12ynUVi
Boomkat: http://bit.ly/14IuNSw
iTunes: http://bit.ly/12ynWfO

…or your online retailer of choice

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SRR005: Fuewa - Birth PalacePre-order: via Bandcamp After the boom of pitch perfect, cleaner than clean house-music-with-heavy-bass deflated and subsided, fuzz and decay are two tools that seem to have crept into a lot of producer’s arsenals more and more. And whilst it’s important to acknowledge the fact that emphasizing rough textures isn’t really something new - it’s a concept that artists whose work has endlessly influenced the direction of our record label have built careers out of - it’s definitely an approach that’s had an impact on the musical output of Chris Sallows. Working as Microburst, he’s released music on Svetlana Industries and Cleaning Tapes, but through accepting and developing his output to incorporate more distorted elements, he emerged out of his Dorset studio with a fully-fledged new artist project: Fuewa. Birth Palace, is the first official outing under his new moniker and across the 6 tracks he explores the reams of potential he found amongst a sound palette of blown out kick drums and jagged pads. Tracklist: 1. Bhlok 2. Outa Banks 3. Undress_Invert 4. La Void 5. Time Paint 6. Black Illusion Fall Out Follow Fuewa: Fuewa’s Birth Palace will be released on 1st July 2013 on metallic red cassette & digital. Pre-order the cassette here: sonicrouter.bandcamp.com/album/birth-palace

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SRR005: Fuewa - Birth Palace
Pre-order: via Bandcamp

After the boom of pitch perfect, cleaner than clean house-music-with-heavy-bass deflated and subsided, fuzz and decay are two tools that seem to have crept into a lot of producer’s arsenals more and more. And whilst it’s important to acknowledge the fact that emphasizing rough textures isn’t really something new - it’s a concept that artists whose work has endlessly influenced the direction of our record label have built careers out of - it’s definitely an approach that’s had an impact on the musical output of Chris Sallows.

Working as Microburst, he’s released music on Svetlana Industries and Cleaning Tapes, but through accepting and developing his output to incorporate more distorted elements, he emerged out of his Dorset studio with a fully-fledged new artist project: Fuewa. Birth Palace, is the first official outing under his new moniker and across the 6 tracks he explores the reams of potential he found amongst a sound palette of blown out kick drums and jagged pads.

Tracklist:

1. Bhlok
2. Outa Banks
3. Undress_Invert
4. La Void
5. Time Paint
6. Black Illusion Fall Out

Follow Fuewa:
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Fuewa’s Birth Palace will be released on 1st July 2013 on metallic red cassette & digital. Pre-order the cassette here: sonicrouter.bandcamp.com/album/birth-palace

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Bambooman - ‘Fields’.

Out now on Sonic Router.

Coming soon to Sonic Router.