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Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 10/02/2018 at 10:53AM
The second collaborative album from Nul Tiel artists Bio Unit and Metre, sitting somewhere between their two genres of ambient electronic and dance music. Looped beats, in-your-face bass and tripped out synth sounds creating a journey through the tracks.
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 09/24/2018 at 05:22AM
Thanks to everyone who voted for Silicon Transmitter's "don't creep me out" for track of the year, 2018: https://ccmusicawards.com/
Taken from the album "Layers": https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Silicon_Transmitter/Layers_1860/
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 09/09/2018 at 09:39AM
"Loops" is the new collaborative album by Nul Tiel artists Bio Unit and Metre, combining their different takes on electronic music to create these 20 tracks. Heavy on beats and bass, these loop based tracks range from ambient to techno.
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 08/16/2018 at 12:59AM
Thanks to the FMA's Cheyenne for featuring Nul Tiel Records on her WFMU show, FMA Listening Party.
And thanks to the listeners for all their lovely comments.
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 08/10/2018 at 05:27AM
Atmospheric ambient drones with guitar loops, drum machine and keyboards.
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 08/03/2018 at 11:39AM
Inspired by our love of thrash metal guitar riffs and the repetition and overlapping time signatures of minimal music.
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 07/21/2018 at 03:29PM
Silicon Transmitter T-shirts are now available through our website:
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 07/14/2018 at 01:57AM
Nul Tiel Records is very pleased to be included in Netlabel Day 2018 along with lots of other fantastic music from around the world.
Our release for Netlabel Day is Phase 2 by Xylo-Ziko
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 07/06/2018 at 09:06AM
New release from Metre, our resident raver; a 50 minute mix of original acid house inspired tracks, beats and loops.
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 06/29/2018 at 04:09PM
I saw a documentary on Minimalism and it inspired me to attempt my own version of Terry Riley's "In C".
Due to copyright issues I'm not able to put it on the Free Music Archive, but you can hear it on Youtube:
In C - electronic version
This, in turn, inspired me to write my own Minimal piece: Phase 1.
Working on "In C" has shown me different ways of approaching the process of making music, through phasing, repetition and chance.