don't trust humans's only for robots series. it's called [20h28m37] and it comes from petstov, a member of taipei's tuned-in crew smoke machine. here he's in control with close to two hours of sumptuous jams, reaching into the deeper realms of techno and house... yummy:
and on a related note... happy upcoming birthday, don't trust humans! they'll be celebrating three years of operation next month on friday the 8th at primary with kondaktor (aka slydex!), zach lubin, lokua and DTH duo costes (aka r@ttoe and debbie). check details here, and see you there!
Monday, October 21, 2013
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
pan sonic were last in action with 2010's excellent album gravitoni. at the time, it seemed like the pair were about to take an extended break from working together. in the interim, väisänen's output appears to have been sparse, but vainio has been especially productive with his own solo and collaborative pursuits. (RA tips: i wrote this review on his latest solo LP kilo - which is fantastic! - and this news piece covering his upcoming collaboration with sunn O)))'s stephen o'malley, among other recent exploits.)
thanks to darkfloor for sharing the news, and getting clarification: this doesn't actually mark a reunion for pan sonic, but instead the release of a live recording from 2009. oksastus - a finnish word that translates to "grafting" - will come out on limited 2xLP and CD via the ukrainian label kvitnu. like pan sonic's previous live releases often issued via other labels, it's a departure from the blast first/blast first petite axis that put out much of their studio work. there's no release date yet; the closest thing we have to a time is the words "coming soon" on the image above, from the label's website. i'm sure i'm not alone in thinking that while a new studio album would have been a welcome revelation, it's good enough to know that a fresh release from the duo is forthcoming.
while we all await more details, here's some links to a few of my favorite tracks from pan sonic.
... happy tuesday! try not to get too distracted now.