The Valley by Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia (Noah Christopher’s 932 Short Table Remake) seed038
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:
Artwork: Maenad, by Python as painter – Jastrow (2007), CC BY 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2585815. The original song The Valley (c) PWOG, all rights reserved. This version is for non-commercial and demonstration use only!
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.
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.
Rites of Spring – Continuous Mix by Noah Christopher seed035
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.