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I've been enjoying the hell out of Ignatius' new Smug Ruins EP, and came here to post a link. But alas, he's pulled it from Bandcamp. Perhaps he had an after the fact revelation on how to make it better. I don't know. If he reposts, I recommend checking it out. listening listening Mix
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ignatius: hi :)yeah.. i had the flu when i was uploading/creating release pages etc and a i uploaded the unmastered versions. the release should be back up soon.. hopefully this week. the release pages will be the same and anyone who bought it on band camp will have the release back in their 'collection' automatically. if not then i'll send emails out directly w/a link or something. thanks of listening and the support. glad people are digging it. there will be more ignites and buried in time stuff this year.
nicknotis: Excellent. Did JDG handle the mastering duties?
ignatius: @nicknotis - yeah.. he did.. but the files i uploaded weren't mastered ;) i should have the mastered version soon.
Listening, Techno, DUG, MIX, Hybrid
a little hybrid mix i did on a recent trip, bits of me, bits of others, full of rum, recorded somewhere over the atlantic ocean.. Techno listening Mix dug
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bogdan: Thanks for sharing. I love how even though their popularity ebbs and flows like a sine wave over the years, genres like this (DnB is another) have a constant life blood. I'm reminded of Jazz experimentation from decades before. There is some kind of basic vibe that is understood to be the core, and members can tinker and tweak to push boundaries here and there and expand within that context. All quite comforting and reassuring. Anyway, all that to say it's enjoyable and thanks. :)
TomPhonic: Yea I agree with bogdan. It is also naturally fun as hell to jam out on a beat like this adding, morphing, and removing pieces. Never gets boring for the creator. There is also a special place for the listener, I find it great to listen to when I at the office working and need to concentrate. As always, great in a dirty underground venue.
nicknotis: Agreed. The constantly evolving rhythms and textures in the sound design are classic. When done as well as this, it all sounds fresh. Thanks for sharing dug.