four releases from pan y rosas on vuzh music’s best of 2015 list!

a trail, a texture by rosalind hall and ada rave
dolly (for m.a.) by lyn goeringer
less than human by caroline park
witnessing by cinchel

Vuzh Music Blog » Blog Archive » 69 Notable Netlabel releases of 2015

As has become an annual tradition, here is a big list of notable netlabel releases from the past year. Sixty-nine different releases listed this time! I should clarify that by saying these are netl…

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pan y rosas release witnessing by cinchel!

cinchel - witnessing

cinchel is a chicago based musician working mostly with guitar, effects and laptop to create abstract ambient music that is both minimal and dense. focusing on the interaction of the sounds and notes with themselves. attempting to make a lot of guitars no longer sound like guitars. minimal dense music.

cinchel’s first album for pyr is an interpretation of his installation at ascii 5, held at tritriangle, chicago, in march of 2014. recording the event with a handheld recorder, then looping, layering, and affecting the sounds, projecting them back into the room. collecting and looping, continuing the process for the duration of the event. witnessing is an abstracted mix of everything cinchel collected that evening. a document and reflection on the effects of chaos and memory.

get the album here.

plastic crimewave roundup!

this just in from always busy sir plastic crimewave hisself!

The “classic line-up” of Plastic Crimewave Sound, including Nick D’vyne, Mark Lux and Andy Ortmann will be playing with one of my favorite bands of all time! Yes, on Dec. 7 at Empty Bottle we will be opening for Rocket From The Tombs–the proto-punk, pre-Pere Ubu/Dead Boys group featuring David Thomas and Cheetah Chrome, not to mention Richard LLoyd of Televsion filling in for the late mad genius Peter Laughner. Pinch ME!!!!!!! Unbelievably stoked.

also, his project, solar fox, will be playing cosmic kosmische in front of nasa footage along with cinchel at saki in logan square (chicago) on friday, dec 16.