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Release of "Brother Calls" by Dead Air Fresheners

Release of "Brother Calls" by Dead Air Fresheners

Dead Air Fresheners have released their third album on Postmoderncore, Brother Calls.

A new age monster is born in a playground. Before the children and before the weather an assemblage was recorded. Two brothers had a dialog that sounded like a monologue. Nobody knows what happened to the number six. One xylophone and three metal flowers, occasionally three analog tone generators we found in the street. One brother calls another. Van, garage, and hotel room studios. Press rewind.

A little different to their previous albums with us, but still with their distinctive aesthetic.

Review of Dogpark's "displacement - belonging"

Review of Dogpark's "displacement - belonging"

Yeah I Know It Sucks has posted a great review of displacement - belonging. It includes this review of Unknown Rockstar’s contribution:

Unknown Rockstar hooks up with the drone-like warmth of the precious two works, surprisingly hooking onto it so well that it feels as if these artists connected somehow, as if they are relatives, family or perhaps music making aliens that have come from a similar root. The work here ‘temporary accommodation’ is severely warm and beautiful, a place that might be temporarily but feels as if we could hang in there forever.

Unknown Rockstar on Dogpark's "displacement - belonging" compilation
Release of "spooky mallet Resonance Knifespoon"

Release of "spooky mallet Resonance Knifespoon"

Postmoderncore is proud to release the second volume of the Dada Songwriting Compilation, spooky mallet Resonance Knifespoon. Many thanks to Corporal Tofulung for mixing and producing the album.

As with Volume 1 of the Dada Songwriting project, Rejection dryrot ripple Gombage, each contributor created two mins of raw sound - a single track recorded live with no post-processing. After each set of four submissions arrived, they were blindly put together to create a track - as and when they arrived in Corporal Tofulung’s inbox.

Release of "Explorations of Space and Sound" by Unknown Tofu

Release of "Explorations of Space and Sound" by Unknown Tofu

Unknown Tofu have released a new album, “Explorations of Space and Sound”, for their performance today with DK at Skronkdance #6.

The recordings were made in 2015 - 16 in Washington DC, Forth Worth and Auckland. You can feel the spaces of a three-story concrete stairwell, an echo chamber on a busy street, a concrete bunker room, and ‘Vortex’, Richard Serra’s 67 foot high weathering steel sculpture. You can hear the sounds of mixing bowls, water, tin cans, clapping, footsteps, dental impressions, dental floss, a partial denture, a hand-carved wooden knife, a metal water bottle, a screw driver, an umbrella, piano, chairs, a bird whistle, keys, a slide whistle, a glass sugar bowl, a recorder, tin whistles, traditional Korean bells, a whisk, & Doris (pvc pipe with elastic and bottle caps).