The Valley, by Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia (Remake)

by seedsound on July 14, 2019, no comments

The Valley by Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia
(Noah Christopher’s 932 Short Table Remake)

As part of Netlabel Day 2019, Seedsound’s Noah Christopher offers a remake of PWOG’s classic “The Valley” off of their amazing 1991 Maenad EP/single. Be sure to check out all the other participants in the Netlabel Day event here. Preview / download below:

Download 192k MP3 audio here.

Download 24 bit FLAC audio here.

Artwork: Maenad, by Python as painter – Jastrow (2007), CC BY 2.5, The original song The Valley (c) PWOG, all rights reserved. This version is for non-commercial and demonstration use only!

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250mg, by Paranerd (seed028cs)

by seedsound on May 11, 2019, no comments

Originally appearing here on Seedsound in 2014, it is now available as WAV/FLAC etc. as well as cassette via Bandcamp.

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3/03 Day Vol. 1, by Polyline

by seedsound on March 3, 2019, no comments

3/03 Day Vol. 1
by Polyline

Polyline, a long-ago moniker from here at Seedsound, returns with a fast paced acid jam single. Polyline’s previous music (found somewhere within our Archive link above) was quirky, sometimes riddled with non-sequiturs, and typically contained broken beats or electro-esque underpinnings. This 3/03 Day single captures that spirit but with an in-your-face 303 line (TB-03, for those keeping score) and nuanced, micro-rhythm section that could be classified more broadly within the D&B or IDM genres.

Look out for more Polyline music headed this way in 2019.

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Chakra Lube, by Amoebafunk

by seedsound on February 17, 2019, no comments

Chakra Lube EP
by Amoebafunk

Originally recorded and arranged in 2007-2008, this 5-track album has been resurrected from a CD version for re-release. Amoebafunk previously only had the first track (Ebb) released as part of a compilation several years ago. Now the whole album is available officially here.
Amoebafunk was active ca. 2006-2009.

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Rites of Spring – Continuous Mix, by Noah Christopher

by seedsound on February 15, 2019, no comments

Rites of Spring – Continuous Mix
by Noah Christopher

Originally recorded in 2005 by Noah Christopher, and released on Seedsound in 2007 as an album of individual songs (seed022). A CD version was used to recapture all the original audio. Here, it has been remixed and rearranged by Noah into a continuous mix (as it was used to perform live on occasion).  Intended as a journey through awakening and the thawing-out process of early spring into the mellows of summer sunsets — lively nocturnal moments full of luminous creatures and full moons. 

Cover photo by Jacob Newman.

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