After eight years and thirteen releases, Scott Sturgis (Converter, Pain Station) decided it was time to try something new, something novel, and yet still something undeniably Sturgis. The opportunity to do just that presented itself when he was invited to open for local friends euphondisson at the Rendezvous in Seattle, WA on January 8th 2004.
Featuring the six extraordinary tracks from this live performance, in a haze encompasses a cross-section of genres, with excursions into textural ambience, down tempo beats, dub-influenced fragments, tribal rhythms, spaced-out psychedelic hues and a touch of industrial flavor.
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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.
Micronaut: Manufactura v Micronaut
A stomping collection of noise beats and drones from KarloZ.M (Manufactura) and Chris Randall (Micronaut).
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.
Various Artists: komposi003
komposi003 features tracks from Aizome, Amish Rake Fight, The Atomica Project, Bounte, Chris Randall, Graphic, Micronaut, Milkfish, s.sturgis, Scanalyzer and Sister Machine Gun.
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