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Parallel Worlds and Self Oscillate - World Adapter (DiN48) album now for sale at Bandcamp and the DiN website: https://dinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/world-adapter-din48

also at Bandcamp, you can listen to 6 whole tracks from the album!

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DiN48 - Parallel Worlds & Self Oscillate - World Adapter



Ingo Zobel (Self Oscillate) and Bakis Sirros (Parallel Worlds) first started collaborating via the internet in 2004. Their first album, “Current Flow”, under the project name “Interconnected”, was released in 2010 on the Belgian VU-US label. Following this a vinyl EP of ambient tracks called “Mechanic Environments” was released in 2013 on the Dohkonul record label.

For “World Adapter”, their second full collaborative album, Ingo and Bakis are using their more widely known aliases of Self Oscillate and Parallel Worlds respectively. Four years in the making this album is redolent with the sounds and textures of modular analogue synthesisers which both musicians are well known for employing in their music. Ingo uses a large Doepfer / Eurorack system whereas Bakis creates his complex sonic textures with Doepfer, Serge and Buchla systems as employed on his previous DiN releases (Obsessive Surrealism (DiN26), Shade (DiN32), Exit Strategy with Ian Boddy (DiN37) and Morphogenic with Dave Bessell (DiN41)).

Once their modular improvisations are recorded they are micro-edited in Ableton Live to form the ten tracks that make up “World Adapter”. On the track “Legend Silence” they collaborate with the Polish singer/composer India Czajkowska whose ethereal voice adds a distinctive flavour to this composition. The album has an IDM flavour, full of complex modulations and intricate rhythms. The duo then hang beguiling, simple melodies around these structures to create another intriguing quality release from the DiN label.


Machines used:

Doepfer, Euro, Serge, Buchla, MOTM, Moon, Blacet, Metalbox, RS-Integrator, Technosaurus & Synthesizers.com modulars.
Oberheim Xpander & OB-Mx.
Korg PE1000, MS20, Mono/Poly & Z1.
Clavia Nord Modular, Nordrack2 & Nordrack3.
Ableton Live & NI Reaktor software.
Roland System-100, Waldorf Microwave and various other string machines, analogue keyboards, tape echoes, reverbs, CV modifiers and generators.

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and another great review of 'Elusive Metaphor' in English this time: http://hypnagogue.net/2015/03/02/alio-die-parallel-worlds-elusive-metaphor/

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the album is now available in iTunes.

soon, it will also be available from Discogs.com, in the US from Projekt and Infraction, in the EU from Databloem and CUE records.

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now with audio clips of all the 7 tracks!

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New Alio Die | Parallel Worlds cd album Out Soon:



http://www.aliodie.com/index.php?_w=1&__fidSez=2&cnt=211&_l=1&__pg

Full of Doepfer A100, Euro, Serge and Buchla modulars

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NODE - NODE 2 (DiN44)

DiN44 | 2014 | Limited to 1,000 copies
Release date 18th February 2014


Synth supergroup Node return with their first new release since 1995! “Node 2” features three of the original members, maverick producer and sonic legend Flood, renowned producer and composer Ed Buller and classically trained Doctor of music Dave Bessell. The band are joined by new member, Hollywood composer Mel Wesson, who has most recently provided the soundscapes for Hans Zimmer’s run of blockbuster films. This extraordinary collective take time out from their high flying day jobs to indulge their secret passion for all things analogue.  The result, “Node 2”, is the culmination of two recording sessions that took place over the last year and a half at Battery studios in London.

Featuring what is quite possibly the largest collection of vintage analogue equipment that has been assembled in a studio in recent times, this quartet drag their favoured analogue tools, crackling and bleeping into the 21st century.  Staying true to their roots the band improvised everything live and recorded straight to two track. The final result is edited down from the mass of material that was recorded but is otherwise presented as it was played, without the computer tidying up or overdubbing that has become part & parcel of most contemporary recordings. 

The resulting nine tracks range from the classic Berlin sequencing of Shinkansen East and West to the moody introspection of Dark Beneath The Earth. Along the way we are served up such unclassifiable treats as March Méchanique, which mixes martial rhythms with Arabic flavours and subtle sequencing, or the extraordinary No Signal which pushes sonic boundaries, mixing custom written physical modelling software with analogue microtones. 

Don’t miss this increasingly rare chance to hear what these legendary machines can do in the hands of experts. Presented with an extensive accompanying booklet that contains fascinating insights into the recording sessions and working methods “Node 2” is another must have release on the DiN label.

The Soundcloud demo is here:

https://soundcloud.com/ianboddy/node-2-din44-audio-demo

And here's the DiN web page link:

http://www.din.org.uk/din/node/477

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iNDEX04 (DiN40) the fourth DiN label sampler is FREE to download until the end of 2013.
http://dinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/index04-din40

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Interconnected / Zealosphere - 'Mechanic Environments'


split colored Vinyl LP, ltd edition 200 copies.


Out Now! http://www.dohkonul-records.com/en/index.php


you can listen to the whole album in the website of the label.


Ambient / Experimental scapes made with modulars, field recordings, vintage tape echoes and string machines...


(for the gearheads, machines used:
Doepfer/ Eurorack modulars, Frac Blacet/ Metalbox modulars, Serge modular, Korg SE-500,
Roland RE-201, Korg PE-2000 ensemble, Field recordings, Ableton Live, Reaktor, etc...)

 
Interconnected is my collab project with Ingo Zobel.

thanks for the bandwidth.


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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: February 18, 2013, 01:42:56 PM »
Philip Jeck - An Ark For The Listener (Touch)

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more great reviews of Morphogenic (DiN41) :

from Belgium (rating 8 out of 10) :
http://www.darkentries.be/nl/cds/parallel-worlds-dave-bessell-morphogenic/

(rating 8/10), from Side-Line magazine:
http://www.side-line.com/reviews_comments.php?id=48708_0_17_0_C

from Italy (7.5 out of 10) :
http://www.darkroom-magazine.it/ita/107/Recensione.php?r=2548

from Greece (4 out of 5) :
http://www.athensvoice.gr/the-paper/article/419/%CF%83%CF%84%CE%B1-%CE%BA%CE%B1%CE%BB%CF%8D%CF%84%CE%B5%CF%81%CE%AC-%CF%84%CE%BF%CF%85%CF%82

from Greece again (chosen as one of the 20 more significant Greek albums of 2012):
http://www.mixtape.gr/i-egchories-ichitikes-ekplixis-tou-2012-4/

and also included in the 'significant releases of 2012' of the Star's End radio show:
http://www.starsend.org/12rev.html

plus, included in the Top 25 albums of 2012 in the radio show Secret Music on WVKR FM:
http://secretmusicwvkr.blogspot.gr/2012/12/secret-music-news-end-of-2012.html


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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: December 18, 2012, 02:37:32 PM »
Electro Harmonix (Tetsu Inoue/Jonah Sharp).  CD reissue on Ambient World, an ambient classic.  I had to pay a lot for this disc as it's near impossible to find right now due to the sudden passing of Pete Namlook and the Fax label coming to a halt, perhaps (most likely) indefinitely(?)  Still no further news from the family or anything posted at all on the Fax website (www.namlook.de).

there are still some FAX cd's available here in normal prices: http://www.cue-records.com/index.php?cat=c13_FAX-RECORDS-FAX-RECORDS.html

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Video for the track Denormal from Morphogenic (DiN41) by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell: http://youtu.be/N3y0VnKPQqY

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Sounds great, order placed!  I notice din cds cost $5 more now, they used to be $18 to usa, now $5 shipping is charged.

thanks.   :)

about the price increase, it quite probably has to do with the shipping costs getting higher...

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Morphogenic (DiN41) by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell is now available for purchase on CD via the DiN web store.
http://www.din.org.uk/din/node/456

also, available for purchase as a digital download via the DiN Bandcamp store.
http://dinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/morphogenic-din41

on the Bandcamp website, you can listen to the WHOLE album before buying it!

also,
great new review of Morphogenic (5 out of 5 stars) : http://synthsequences.blogspot.ca/2012/10/parallel-worlds-dave-bessell.html

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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: October 06, 2012, 10:15:43 AM »
Numina - The Deception Of Reality (Hypnos)

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