Category Archives: Releases

[CS-18] Glands Of External Secretion – Convicted Felon Adjusted For Inflation (C37)

If you know Glands of External Secretion, you now also know that they have a new release out in Coherent States to which you may be interested in listening. If you are unfamiliar with them, there are quite a few

[CS-18] Glands Of External Secretion – Convicted Felon Adjusted For Inflation (C37)

If you know Glands of External Secretion, you now also know that they have a new release out in Coherent States to which you may be interested in listening. If you are unfamiliar with them, there are quite a few

[CS-17] Danae Stefanou & Michalis Moschoutis – Crease (C42)

As listeners, we often fantasize about music collaborations between artists, yet not solely driven by the parameter of “artists we like”. Before jumping ahead to any interpretations, we don’t just like Danae and Michalis, we like them a lot. But

[CS-17] Danae Stefanou & Michalis Moschoutis – Crease (C42)

As listeners, we often fantasize about music collaborations between artists, yet not solely driven by the parameter of “artists we like”. Before jumping ahead to any interpretations, we don’t just like Danae and Michalis, we like them a lot. But

[CS-16] Colin Potter “Fecova” (7-inch lathe)

In 1981 Colin Potter gets together with some friends of his from the cassette underground and releases the “We Couldn’t Agree on a Title” compilation LP . A new label is born, Integrated Circuit Records, or ICR for short. A

[CS-16] Colin Potter “Fecova” (7-inch lathe)

In 1981 Colin Potter gets together with some friends of his from the cassette underground and releases the “We Couldn’t Agree on a Title” compilation LP . A new label is born, Integrated Circuit Records, or ICR for short. A

[CS-15] Sindre Bjerga / Rinus Van Alebeek / Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson 3″ CDR

Limited 3-inch CDR including exclusive tracks by Sindre Bjerga, Rinus Van Alebeek and Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, available for free only to the very first ones to purchase the CS12, CS13, CS14 batch. Purchase here. Only one copy per person! Edition details:

[CS-15] Sindre Bjerga / Rinus Van Alebeek / Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson 3″ CDR

Limited 3-inch CDR including exclusive tracks by Sindre Bjerga, Rinus Van Alebeek and Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, available for free only to the very first ones to purchase the CS12, CS13, CS14 batch. Purchase here. Only one copy per person! Edition details:

[CS-14] Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson “Wondrous Intermission” (C34)

The problem with artists like Icelandic Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson is that you don’t know what’s the best point from which to start the narration. If you start chronologically it’s going to look like a Wikipedia entry. If you focus only

[CS-14] Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson “Wondrous Intermission” (C34)

The problem with artists like Icelandic Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson is that you don’t know what’s the best point from which to start the narration. If you start chronologically it’s going to look like a Wikipedia entry. If you focus only

[CS-13] Rinus Van Alebeek “Early Piano Works Volume 2: The American Recitals” (C46)

The question that arises when listening to an album like “Early Piano Works Volume 2” is why I enjoy it so much. Not whether I understand that I am dealing with something beyond the confines of conventional musical structures. Not

[CS-13] Rinus Van Alebeek “Early Piano Works Volume 2: The American Recitals” (C46)

The question that arises when listening to an album like “Early Piano Works Volume 2” is why I enjoy it so much. Not whether I understand that I am dealing with something beyond the confines of conventional musical structures. Not

[CS-12] Sindre Bjerga “Infinity Machine” (C50)

If I had to keep, say, an objective conclusion from discussions concerning noise music, is that more often than not, an improvisation works better as a live performance rather than a methodical studio creation. The energy to which you are

[CS-12] Sindre Bjerga “Infinity Machine” (C50)

If I had to keep, say, an objective conclusion from discussions concerning noise music, is that more often than not, an improvisation works better as a live performance rather than a methodical studio creation. The energy to which you are