komposi003 is the third compilation released by Positron! Records and features tracks from Aizome, Amish Rake Fight, The Atomica Project, Bounte, Micronaut, Milkfish, s.sturgis, and Scanalyzer.
komposi003 also includes the debut of "The Things You Do" by Eric Powell's new project, Graphic, and Chris Randall contributes both his first solo song, "Be There Tonight," as well as the last Sister Machine Gun song, "Sink."
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Amish Rake Fight: Fellow Prisoners
Fellow Prisoners is an otherworldly concoction of driving beats and ambient soundscapes from Machines of Loving Grace keyboardist, Mike Fisher.
The Atomica Project: Metropolitan
Metropolitan maneuvers effortlessly through genres, incorporating elements of trip hop, orchestral, downtempo, and lo-fi, all the while illustrating a compelling story of loss, affliction, collapse and recovery.
One is the debut album from Chicago native Bounte. Combining a breakbeat and IDM backbone with strong melodic textures and melodies, One is an unique take on the current electronic music scene.
Chris Randall: The Devil His Due
The long-awaited solo album from Chris Randall, former frontman for Sister Machine Gun, pays homage to more traditional American music, while still maintaining the chaotic edginess that Randall is known for.
A brooding and introspective piece of melodic electronica, Micronaut's fourth album is dark and cinematic, with twisting synth lines and disjointed drum-beats vying for attention amid a thick bed of drones and found sound.
Scanalyzer: On The One And The Zero
A tour-de-force of glitch-hop, noisecore, and IDM, with a generous dose of dancefloor groove thrown in to complete the mix.
Sister Machine Gun: Influence
Sister Machine Gun's seventh full-length album is an electro-industrial tour-de-force that recalls the industrial sound of the late eighties and early nineties.
s.sturgis: in a haze
Converter's Scott Sturgis combines textural ambience, down tempo beats, dub-influenced fragments, tribal rhythms, spaced-out psychedelic hues and a touch of industrial flavor.
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