An extremely loose concept-album about the dissolution of borders between spiritual and material, animal and vegetal, natural and digital, microscopic and macro, the 4 elements, religions, musical schools, as seen through the prism of the scientific documentary.
This invisible city which author Italo Calvino describes also lends its name to I Buried Paul‘s third release. Eutropia, the city, mirrors itself in several instances – sometimes inhabited, sometimes not – in through which its dwellers constantly move yearning for a change, which ultimately never happens due to the fact that their lives merely repeat themselves in different roles. Eutropia, the album, was designed as a soundtrack for possible futures – sometimes utopian, sometimes dystopian – that may occur isolated or simultaneously, yearning for never to repeat themselves, afraid of their own traces and trails, and inevitably swallowed by chaos.
Our friends John and Margerita, hosts of NTS Live's excellent Don't Trip, invited us to do a guest mix for their radio show! As it's been a year since we first had the idea for the label, we decided to celebrate with a mix taking in our first seven releases in chronological order.
Breaking out of their 1-take origins, this new single from The Sun Hits is a result of studio experimentation to see where they can go with punk music. Post-hardcore, math-rock, noise-pop and grooves a plenty in just 6 minutes.
Terraform Mars is Schemawound's 4th full length release and his second for Xylem Records. Terraform Mars is a mixture of organic field recordings mixed with synthesized soundscapes created using Supercollider, Reaktor, Renoise and Reaper.