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murmurintemporel on 05/12/2016 at 09:50AM

April 25, 2016 - New release : OUDEIS

"Oudeis - Abused" is an amalgam of drone and dark ambient with rare rhythms and structures to convey a nightmarish sensation.

Oudeis is a project by Artjom Jurov from Tallinn, Estonia.

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murmurintemporel on 05/11/2016 at 06:45AM

Feb 8, 2016 - New release : FURNIKER

Live @ Asile 404  the second EP from Furniker on Murmure Intemporel.

A live track recorded at club Asile 404 in Marseille, France, the 29th of January 2016.

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planetterrorrecords on 06/23/2015 at 02:13PM

Ascetic - The Citizen Made of Glass

It seems like an age since we released Ascetic's A Network of Lines That Intersect, a brooding mixture of dark techno and ambient industrial noise. Originally cutting his teeth on breakcore under his Machinochrist moniker, the UK-born, Berlin-based artist has more recently been refining this brand of intense and atmospheric pseudo-techno.

There is plenty to get your teeth into with The Citizen Made of Glass, from solid stompers to beatless wonders, all of them carrying a dexterity and depth that mark Ascetic out as a producer of genuine talent.

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katya-oddio on 10/30/2014 at 05:51PM

Gothic Halloween Dance Party

detail from Union of Opposites album cover

The Deuxvolt album Union of Opposites provides industrial gothic dance music for tomorrow night's Halloween dance.  Deuxvolt hails from Tuscany and shares all their recordings with Creative Commons licensing.  Ghouls can still shake it down on Halloween!

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wmmberger on 04/21/2014 at 05:39PM

The Rapture, in Several Shades of Orange; Future Death Toll LIVE on My Castle of Quiet, 4.9.2014

Tracy Widdess / Wm. Berger

The concentrated joy of this set by Future Death Toll is its own reward. Fresh off of tour, the band sounded a-frickin'-mazing, and I was immediately confronted with a familiar feeling, of "O, Lucky Man!" ...I dig deep into the underground, bobbing for those most-artistic of apples, and this time came up with the OUTSTANDING sounds of FUTURE DEATH TOLL!!! Indeed, I am fortunate, to have this incredible OUTLET wherein I can extend invitations to artists such as these, and they just show up and play! Sit in that Studio B chair sometime, and you'll begin to understand how good the years of MCoQ weekly broadcasts have been to me, and my colleagues at the station, and to WFMU's devoted listeners. The kiss of WFMU is GOLDEN, and I need to remember to utilize this opportunity, in order to bestow upon all who care the rareified talents of artists like these.

Based on a barely labeled cassette tape I had received a long time ago, different from this set (more "home studio," obviously), I knew this band would make good use of the opportunity for a live radio set, and I was not disappointed. Though the tape is generally "lighter," as might be expected, as well as more song-oriented, F-DT do a lot of different things, and as with Slasher Risk before them (see this set from 2010), the variety of their capabilities just meant that playing live on the radio revealed another layer. They were noisy, dense and intense, but not entirely free-form, with themes that arose, dominated and then dissipated, as you will hear.

Though I did not have a pile of hard releases to muse over and absorb, there's quite a lot posted online, both to the band's Web site, and their YouTube page, and I've been at this long enough, that I knew for certain that F-DT's radio set would not disappoint, and it went far beyond that, into dazzling territory, rousing a hearty, enthusiastic response from Castleheads on our playlist comments.

So sit back, listen and enjoy. Massive props to engineer Juan Aboites for applying his considerable and diverse talents to making Future Death Toll radio-ready; whatever I throw at him, he makes the very best of it, rising to every challenge. Thanks also to Tracy Widdess for again making excellent, memorable photo art from my on-the-quick iPhone band captures.

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