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January 25th, 2006


sisforawesome
05:14 pm - the Suction Cups - Theme Song [MP3 EP]
"the Suction Cups" are an electronic jam band composed of the four original founders of Earstroke. Jason Adams of WordSalad, William Adams of BRTLMN, Luke Hazard of Meadows & Labyrinths, and Mark Jarrel of Stomach Hand. the Theme Song is just under 16 minutes of psychedelic ambient which was recorded live in Falls Church, Virginia, using a multitude of various synthesizers, drum machines, effects pedals, software programs, and even a theremin!
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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January 19th, 2006


sisforawesome
05:13 pm - Ascalaphe - The Hollander Café EP [MP3 EP]
The Hollander Café EP is a beautifully abstract piece from french electronic artist Ascalaphe, also known as Bazaar/Super 8/Fred Debief. the track "Cat Time" has made an appearance on Skam Records Skam Cats compilation, and the full length version of The Hollander Café will be available on cd through Transceover.
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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January 13th, 2006


sisforawesome
12:50 pm - Dorian Concept - Seek When Is Her [MP3 EP]
In much of his work, Dorian Concept shows his seemingly infinite love for jazz through his own breed of electronic music. Seek When Is Her is so free flowing and loose, you almost forget it's programmed music. this ep drops you in the middle of a booming jazz club, but with the addition of some wild and welcoming electronic manipulation. Dorian Concept holds a unique style not to be forgotten.
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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January 4th, 2006


sisforawesome
05:54 pm - Interview with Luke Hazard (Meadows & Labyrinths).
http://www.miscreat.com/forums/cms_view_article.php?aid=804
check it out.

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December 26th, 2005


sisforawesome
11:28 pm - Brian Ellis - Trustworthy [MP3 EP]
Brian Ellis is a snowballing boulder of talent. Working under several aliases and taking on a multitude of projects, he is beginning to leave his graceful footsteps in the world of music. Trustworthy not only showcases Brians mastery of instrumentation and songwriting skill, but is a key representative of his influences; after the first three beautifully woven original songs, the ep moves from the exclusively acoustic cover of Aphex Twins "Flim," to a very candid cover of "Sound of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel. you can be sure to hear more from Brian Ellis soon.
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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December 14th, 2005


sisforawesome
05:21 pm - While - Besides [MP3 EP]
After remaining elusive for several years, While offers up a few of his never before heard tracks to satisfy a craving which has, undoubtedly, been growing in those who are familiar with his work. these gems were salvaged from an old, dusty master tape which houses a hidden, unreleased album. when the world will hear from While again is uncertain. for now, however, fans of his beautiful work can cherish these tracks, and hope to hear from him again soon.
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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December 6th, 2005


centiphapede
03:29 pm
Meadows & Labyrinths - Meadows & Labyrinths (3" EP)

Meadows and Labyrinths is a psychedelic ambient piece consisting of two tracks which are a part of a larger work by Luke Hazard (aka: Plantre) which has been in the making for over two years. these songs have a heavy emphasis on noise, and sometimes visit much more abrasive sounds than one would expect to hear in most ambient, but not without conviction. transformation is a key theme, and the changes these songs go through are both welcoming and unpredictable. a beautiful mystery not too unlike what the title implies.

Meadows & Labyrinths is being released on 3" cd-r each personally designed and hand printed by the artist himself. the surfaces of the cds are textural, and each one has its own unique design made with imprints of leaves, string, and anything else Luke could get his hands on. a lot of time and effort has gone into this project, so these will only be available in limited quantities.

support Earstroke and our first hard copy release by getting lost in our Meadows & Labyrinths.

- Meadows (2:30 min clip) mp3
- Labyrinths (2:00 min clip) mp3



thanks guys! you rock!

peace,
luke
www.earstroke.com

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November 29th, 2005


sisforawesome
12:00 am - Milieu - Stray Trains [MP3 EP]
Milieu has a special way with making sounds unique to his style. abusing his drum lines with rigorous trips to and from old, dusty, obsolete tape decks, sipping tea, petting cats, that sort of thing. Stray Trains is a warm and pleasant listen from a happily magical Milieu.
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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November 23rd, 2005


sisforawesome
12:00 am - Asymmetrical Head - Oblique Formation [MP3 LP]
Oblique Formation is a fantastic full length from Asymmetrical Head which was made in 2003, originally pressed to cd and sold on Spoo Music. Asymm isn't afraid to dive into any of the extremes, a characteristic that permeates through all of his work. this album is no exception to that constant. Oblique Formation strongly showcases the refined skill and unbreakeable class of Asymmetrical Heads unique style and imagination.
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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November 9th, 2005


sisforawesome
12:00 am - WordSalad - Snoot Music [MP3 LP]
Feely tentacles, bubbling fluid, foaming plantation, mating rituals of gelatenous beings, hidden appendages, deserted alien planets, continuously morphing discolored fungus, electrically charged blobs of ether, breathing cavern walls, furiously pulsating light-domes, psychedelic journeys of lost and carefree animals, mad scientists abusing their creations, and the subconscious thoughts of robotic devices. these are the things which come to mind when listening to Snoot Music.
- Release Page.
- Earstroke Records.

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