Spacer Woman!




I’m a Spacer Woman Don’t you worry bout me I don’t want to hurt you I just want to love you We can start it over Come on be my lover You will be my mentor/danger Let me be your stranger I want to know I need your love I can’t go on I must be sure I come from Space I want to know If i can do My love is true 

Harmonic 313



First of all sorry for the lack of posts, been on a short vaccation! So let me make up for this and give you some untouchable tunes.

Jedi Knights and Global Communication’s Mark Pritchard returns to Warp Records to release his debut album “When Machines Exeed Human Intelligence” under the guise of Harmonic 313. Not to be confused with his hip- hop inspired library music compositions with Dave Brinkworth as Harmonic 33, Pritchard has created his own vision of the future of electronica, taking influence from the dubstep scene mixed up with robotic sounds, spacebeats and deep and sometimes dark approach.

A mix of electro beats, harsh distorted basslines, atmospheric washes and Detroit like stabs, the album cements Pritchard’s position as one of the UK’s most diverse and eclectic electronic producers.

Please check out Harmonic 313´s website it´s pretty rad!

Harmonic 313 – Cyclotron from the album “When Machines Exeed Human Intelligence”

Harmonic 313 – Quadrant 3 from the album “When Machines Exeed Human Intelligence”

Harmonic 313 – Dirtbox from the EP “Dirtbox”

Harmonic 313 – The Returners from the EP “Dirtbox”

Harmonic 313 – Problem 3 from the EP “1”

Harmonic 313 – Problem 4 from the EP “1”




Brought together by their shared fascination for experimental music and noise, the San Francisco-based lounge-collage duo Tipsy consists of Tim Digulla and David Gardner. Previously, Gardner. It’s been a while since we had the last release from this experimental lounge-funk progenitors, but here they are with the album called “Buzzz”, making a return on Ipecac with sixteen new excursions into jazzy exotica and avant-garde assaults on easy listening.

Tim and David is calling their own music for “drunktronica,” explaining the seven-year layoff between this and their previous release by saying they were “distracted by commercial corporate money music for hire (as well as occasional substance abuse),”.  

Tipsy – Midnight Party from the album “Buzzz”

Tipsy – Kitty´s Daydream from the album “Buzzz”

Tipsy – Kadonka from the album “Buzzz”

Tipsy – Big Business from the album “Buzzz”

Tipsy – See The Beauty, Touch The Magic from the album “Buzzz”


Black Moth Super Rainbow is an American experimental band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Their music contains elements of psychedelia, folk, electronica and pop. Their distinctive sound is characterized by analog electronic instuments including the vocoder, Rhodes piano and Novatron.

This is how they describe themselvs: “Deep in the woods of western Pennsylvania vocoders hum amongst the flowers and synths bubble under the leaf-strewn ground while flutes whistle in the wind and beats bounce to the soft drizzle of a warm acid rain. As the sun peeks out from between the clouds, the organic aural concoction of Black Moth Super Rainbow starts to glisten above the trees.”

The members of BMSR got the lovely names of Father Hummingbird, Tobacco, Power Pill Fist, The Seven Fields Of Aphelion and Iffernaut.  Some of the members also got their soloprojects going, please check out Tobacco´s latest album “Fucked Up Friends” and Power Pill Fist´s album “Kongmanivong”.

Black Moth Super Rainbow – Forever Heavy from the album “Dandelion Gum”

Black Moth Super Rainbow – Jump Into My Mouth And Breathe The Stardust from the album “Dandelion Gum”

Black Moth Super Rainbow – Sun Lips from the album “Dandelion Gum”

Black Moth Super Rainbow – Drippy Eye from the album “Dandelion Gum”

Black Moth Super Rainbow – I Think It Is Beautiful That You Are 256 Colors Too from the album “Start A People”

Black Moth Super Rainbow – Early 70´s Gymnastics from the album “Start A People”

Black Moth Super Rainbow – 1 2 3 Of Me from the album “Start A People”


BMSR have released a free album in September 2008 called “Bonus Drippers EP”, with the notice:  “these are some of our older, unreleased songs.  they are meant to be free, so please feel free to post them on blogs, message boards, etc.”

Year of Release: 2008
Label Self-Released
Genre: Electronic, Psychedelic
Bitare: 320kbps

Track List:
1. The Dark Forest Joggers (Dandelion Gum Vinyl Exclusive)
2. Unfinished Sketch 1 (Unreleased 2007)
3. Let’s Burst (Unreleased 2005)
4. Flower Beast (Unreleased 2005)
5. Melting On The Meadow (Start A People Outtake, 2003)
6. Unfinished Sketch 2 (Unreleased 2005)
7. Day On A Bike (Unreleased 2006)
8. Unfinished Sketch 3 (Unreleased 2006)
9. Side 9 (Unreleased Studio Version, 2004)

Download album here !




Chiselled electro beats à la Drexcyia progressively intervene Germanic, Kraftwerk-esque robotic voices and stark, cold synthesisers calling for a dark and glooming souvenir of Tangerine Dream meets Kraftwerk and John Carpenter in a futuristic goth melodrama, profound and dramatic like a wannabe human robot in the perfect water walking style. Immense. No one really knows for sure who or what Arpanet is. The album “Inertial Frame” TALKS the listener into derivative reflections on quantic physics and pays tribute to the works of 20th century great scientists. This is some weird shit but hey i´m LOVING IT!!!

Arpanet – Twin Paradox from the album “Inertial Frame”

Arpanet – Event Horizon from the album “Inertial Frame”

Arpanet – Gravitational Lense from the album “Inertial Frame”

Arpanet – Infinite Density from the album “Inertial Frame”

Arpanet – Grossvater Paradoxon from the album “Inertial Frame”