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Techno Podcast (sep 2017) I Said Sacred Mixed!! (Pleasurable Pain)

Sacred Beats Experiments Mix [Electro, IDM, Drones…]

Sound Scapes for the Peace State in Space

Reality Will Be The Unexplained Mystery Ever Reached


Subrealistikk Mann – Top Pure Ambient Men Tracks Mixx

Sacred Mix Beat in The Bit

Evil attraction for electronic music [setlist Techno Idm ambient dub]



Last ambient techno idm Podcasts sep 2017

Last ambient techno idm Podcasts sep 2017

Techno hard and hypnotic last mixes

Mythic Monkey Mix (1,2,3 & 4) Podcasts


Last ambient techno idm Podcasts sep 2017

Ambient IDM Abstract Experimental Drone Set Mixes Oct 2017

Ambient IDM Abstract Experimental Drone Set Mixes Oct 2017

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Ambient IDM Abstract Experimental Drone Set Mixes Oct 2017

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  • Soundscapes reality mistery Set Mix
  • Chill out deep space dark electro music
  • Ambient idm drone abstract Styles sets


HD Photos Textures Art Glitch Abstract Digital Forms Fractal

HD Photos Textures Art Glitch Abstract Digital Forms Fractal

reality is not our reality

Opslået af Rover Beration på 17. oktober 2017

HD Photos Textures Art Glitch Abstract Digital Forms Fractal

reality is not our reality

Beynon Archival ‎- Works From The Beynon School Of Audio Architecture

Beynon Archival ‎- Works From The Beynon School Of Audio Architecture

Label:I Had An Accident Records ‎- ih125

Beynon Archival ‎- Works From The Beynon School Of Audio Architecture
Format:Cassette, Album, c48
Country:US Released:06 May 2013
Genre:Electronic, Non-Music
Style:Ambient, Abstract

The sounds of ghosts. Beynon Archival is the found works of the mysterious Beynon School of Audio Architecture. The lost works have been restored after being badly damaged. The erie coldness and warped warble sound bleeds through the restored works. Pieced together and edited only to lend itself to listenability, the historical significance of this album is filled with perspective and appreciation. The imagination can ruin the mind and this album has been defected by the ghosts of our own past. Limited to 50 copies on slime green cassettes

The Beynon School was founded in 1941 by Victor Beynon as an institution extolling the virtues of alternative education. The children aged between 11 and 19 attended the school in the heart of the Devon countryside up until it’s closure on the 29th April 1980.

The Beynon School of Audio Architecture was the department founded in 1959 to explore the relationship between new ever emerging audio possibilities (performative electronics, composition, structure, early sampling techniques) and the moving image. This experimentation peaked in the mid 1960s to the late 1970s. This is the time span that forms the bulk of the surviving archive. The word ‘Architecture’ was employed because of Victor’s ideology that the children should ‘build worlds in relation to visual stimulus that are both organic and solid but at once metaphorical and dream-like’.

A scope that gave some focus while remaining wide enough to encourage experimentation. The school was also a focus for the surrounding community and the local inhabitants made use of the facilities of the school and the audio school proper. Some even adding to the archive.

After Victor’s death in 1992, I, his grandson Gregory inherited the archive and set about exploring its contents. The great majority of the audio-visual archive was destroyed by flooding in 1986 when the archive was being held at the Royal William Yard, Plymouth. However most of the audio material was saved as it was stored above the line of the highest part of the flooding.

In September 1976 Victor wrote the Penguin published book ‘The Beynon School of Audio Architecture’ celebrating the school, it’s ideology and it’s endeavours. The book enjoyed a short but none-the-less popular publishing run.

During the 1980s after the schools closure the department and it’s associated contents relocated to a location on Dartmoor National Park near to the village of Widecombe. Recording and experimentation continued for a short while until 1989 when the department sold it’s assets and closed it’s doors.

I sincerely hope you enjoy what you hear. These recordings reflect both the times and culture in which they were made while retaining the quality of externalising these young peoples internal worlds; for better or for worse.

It is with a degree of regret that some of the archive cannot be accurately dated due to the deterioration of some of the labelling attached to the recorded medium. Time will ravish us all eventually.

Some of what is presented will be the work of Beynon Archival (Mr. G. Beynon) and its associates.

Mr. G. Beynon. Lead Archivist.

All recordings property of Beynon Archival Services and The Beynon School of Audio Architecture, UK.
released May 15, 2013 tags: experimental UK

Christian Fillary – Labelled: The Copse Is Wrought Iron” – March ’77 [1/4 Inch Tape] (B5)

Beynon Archival ‎- Works From The Beynon School Of Audio Architecture

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement | Chiles Crimson Tide [Hospital Productions 2017] – YouTube

New album from Dominick Fernow’s most intriguing alias with “Sound on Sound” processing by Silent Servant and a remix from Substance (Chain Reaction).

Following a still-ongoing series of reissues of the earliest, previously tape-only releases from Dominick Fernow’s Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement, this long-in-the-making new album proper is an epic 80 minute set featuring additional production from Silent Servant, a remix from Substance and some of the deadliest subs we’ve heard in an age.

It’s by far the most ambitious and far-reaching Rainforest dispatch, taking that artificial, tropical humidity as a starting point before heading deep into a kind of textured ambience, moving away from the extreme saturation of those early cassettes and the industrial environmentalism of his previous album Green Graves and instead creaiting a kind of ‘Fear Dub’ – as the label call it – which is essentially the perfect encapsulation of the deep sense of paranoia contained within.

The opening Jungle Is A Shapeshifter is a gargantuan 35 minute head-melter that’s split across the first two sides of the vinyl pressing. Co-Produced with Silent Servant, it’s the most absorbing piece of “Ambient” music we’ve heard in a long while – slowly unfurling via chorus pedal guitars that gradually degrade, while a fathoms-deep bass pulse and tape-delay gives the piece its shape. It’s like an updated, tranquillised, fever-dream variant of the kind of ambient dub Vainqueur made his own back in the mid-90’s – we could listen to it on a loop for hours.

Beyond The Yellow-Spotted Bamboo, another Silent Servant co-production, clocks in at a relatively modest 17 minutes and heads off into more open terrain, this time with submerged percussion providing some propulsion, while shards of coloured synth pull you back into the swamp. It’s another humid, breathtaking session – bringing out the best in both Fernow and Silent Servant via perhaps the most important and satisfying work either artist has been involved with.

Praying Mantis Black Arts is another masterclass in sub-bass construction, while Chile’s Crimson Tide is the shortest track on the album, a kind of broken coda before Substance ends the set with a remix of Beyond The Yellow-Spotted Bamboo, deploying a tribal reduction that references classic Chain Reaction from a producer who was part of it first hand.

It’s a relatively upbeat conclusion to one of the most immersive listening experiences you’ll have in 2017; those of you looking for escape should dive in – you won’t want to re-engage with the world around you for a while.