Hey people.
For security reasons I´m moving to blogspot.
I will keep this blog as a mirror for a while, but most certainly the blogspot one will be the main.
Find the new blog here: Soundtrack For The Deaf
See you at the other side!


Three Trapped Tigers – Route One Or Die (2011) (FLAC)

Artist: Three Trapped Tigers
Album: Route One Or Die
Quality: Lossless FLAC
Released: May 30, 2011
Genre: Electronica, Math Rock, Experimental, Noise-Rock
Size: 285 MB

After three ep’s, this is the debut lp by the truly awesome english Three Trapped Tigers  – and is definately one of the strongest debuts I´ve heard in a long time.
The band started out as an improvisational duo that eventually became a trio and made it´s name as an impressive live act.

Soundwise they generally sound like Aphex Twin and Venetian Snares met up with a less dubstep/jungle-oriented jungle Jojo Mayer and a drummachine.

IDM takes turns with breakneck-beats and aggressive noisy walls. And still never sounds out of place, every movement sounds likes the logical conclusion.
You should definately get your hands at this.

Concert from 2008 (!)


They´re also going to rerelease remastered versions of their ep’s as can be read (and ordered) at their page.

Omar Rodriguez-Lopez & Lydia Lunch (2007) (FLAC)

Artist: Omar Rodriguez-Lopez & Lydia Lunch
Album: Self-Titled
Quality: Lossless FLAC
Released: October 8, 2007
Genre: Fusion, Spoken Word, Prog-rock
Size: 177 MB

“Omar Rodriguez Lopez & Lydia Lunch is a collaboration between Omar Rodriguez Lopez Group and spoken word artist Lydia Lunch. The EP was released on October 8, 2007 in Europe.
Rodriguez-Lopez had been a fan of Lydia’s work and invited her to the All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival when The Mars Volta curated it in December 2005. The meeting eventually resulted in their first recorded collaboration with the intention to record more in the future.
The music was recorded in Amsterdam and New York and Lydia’s vocals were recorded at her own studio in Barcelona.
Cover design is by Sonny Kay. The symbols on the two buckets on the cover are Arabic coca-cola labels.”

Omar’s sexy prog-rock music combined with Lunch’s nihilistic monologues is just pure sex. (strange sex though)


Aidan Baker & Tim Hecker – Fantasma Parastasie (2008) (FLAC)

Artist: Aidan Baker & Tim Hecker
Album: Fantasma Parastasie
Quality: Lossless FLAC
Released: October 14,  2008
Genre: Abstract, Drone, Noise, Ambient
Size: 205 MB

“Fantasma Parastasie sees the pairing of Aidan Baker, of the Ambient Doom band Nadja, and Tim Hecker, two of Canada’s brightest musicians in the world of abstract electronic music.”

Not quite as calm as I´d expected this album to sound like – it felt like it was neither Hecker’s nor Baker’s touch that could be heard. What we hear instead are noisier landscapes that slowly disintegrate.


The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble – Mutations EP

Artist: The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble
Album: Mutations EP
Quality: Lossless FLAC
Released: 2009
Genre: Electronic, Experimental, Futurejazz
Size: 200 MB

Ad Noiseam:

“A bridge between their first album on Planet Mu and the forthcoming second one on Ad Noiseam, the “Mutations EP” is The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble’s coming of age. Profound and organic but dark and impressive, it is a perfect rendition of the ensemble’s live shows and the proof that there is still something fresh to be done at the meeting point of post-rock, jazz and drones. A deeply emotional and original trip.”

At the moment my favourite piece of theirs.

The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble – Here be Dragons (2009) FLAC

Artist: The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble
Album: Here be Dragons
Quality: Lossless FLAC
Released: 2009
Genre: Electronic, Downtempo, Futurejazz
Size: 245 MB

Ad Noiseam:

“For their second full length album, The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble set their sails towards uncharted territories and unveiled a new symbiosis of warm electronica and dusky yet clear acoustic instrumentation. Familiar yet unsettling, varied yet coherent, dark yet warm, the highly detailled maps of “Here Be Dragons” form TKDE’s most personal and crafted release, a mesmerising combination of traditional and modern sounds, and a highly rewarding album.”

Second that.