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New releases / Flyer #4

New releases out now: [CS20] Ghone / Modelbau – Zagtel Jaar Mileit / Pulse/Phases (3″ CDr + 5″ CDr) [CS21] Danai Simou – Worms (photo ‘zine) [CS22] The New Blockaders – Etudes De Rien (c36) [CS23] Dead Gum – Smoke / An

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New releases / Flyer #4

New releases out now: [CS20] Ghone / Modelbau – Zagtel Jaar Mileit / Pulse/Phases (3″ CDr + 5″ CDr) [CS21] Danai Simou – Worms (photo ‘zine) [CS22] The New Blockaders – Etudes De Rien (c36) [CS23] Dead Gum – Smoke / An

[CS-19] Mike Cooper & Tasos Stamou – London Taximi (C67)

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 things to be said, beginning when Seymour Glass, inspired by J.D. Salinger’s short story “A […]

[CS-19] Mike Cooper & Tasos Stamou – London Taximi (C67)

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 things to be said, beginning when Seymour Glass, inspired by J.D. Salinger’s short story “A […]

[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

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New releases (Sindre Bjerga, Rinus Van Alebeek & Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson)

After their initial launch at last Saturday’s Drew McDowall’s gig, we are finally able to announce that our three new cassette titles, limited to 30 hand numbered copies each, are officialy out and available at our bandcamp store : https://coherentstates.bandcamp.com/merch

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New releases (Sindre Bjerga, Rinus Van Alebeek & Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson)

After their initial launch at last Saturday’s Drew McDowall’s gig, we are finally able to announce that our three new cassette titles, limited to 30 hand numbered copies each, are officialy out and available at our bandcamp store : https://coherentstates.bandcamp.com/merch

[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

[CS-8] Phil Julian/Kostis Kilymis “Fustian Cutting” (C21)

Phil Julian lives in London, and has been active in the experimental music underground since the late 90’s under the alias Cheapmachines and lately under his own name. He is dedicated to analogue electronics as well as computer noise. Contact

[CS-8] Phil Julian/Kostis Kilymis “Fustian Cutting” (C21)

Phil Julian lives in London, and has been active in the experimental music underground since the late 90’s under the alias Cheapmachines and lately under his own name. He is dedicated to analogue electronics as well as computer noise. Contact

[CS-7] Diktat “Tour De Force” (C40)

In Amsterdam’s youth club Octopus, in the second half of 1980 and up to 1981, certain events were organized under the designation ULTRA events, eventually leading to Dutch post-punk movement ULTRA, which unlike the appropriate movements of the time, extended

[CS-7] Diktat “Tour De Force” (C40)

In Amsterdam’s youth club Octopus, in the second half of 1980 and up to 1981, certain events were organized under the designation ULTRA events, eventually leading to Dutch post-punk movement ULTRA, which unlike the appropriate movements of the time, extended