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MᴀʀsCᴀᴛ

Santiago, Chile
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Cata Martinez; Electric Yakuza; musician, producer; owns Mesmerize Records; film composer; actress; does surf as Surfing∴Arcanis∴; gamedev; pixel artist; chiptunes as Lucca; film+art+comedy+hyperculture!
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  1. magical journey
    by emamouse
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    My magical journey My magical journey
    Emamouse is one of the most original artists of this generation, and this small 3-track EP (plus the silly–fun smol experimental video which accompanies it) is a great introduction to her world, humor and music.
  2. Dead:Unearthed
    by The Holocene
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    The Blood Friends The Blood Friends
  3. THE SYSTEM OF ANTICHRIST / Bereshith
    by Secret Chiefs 3
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    the SYSTEM of ANTICHRIST the SYSTEM of ANTICHRIST
    Secret Chiefs 3 are back once again, with another essential double-headed beacon of light and wisdom. As always, the music is both deliriously complex and charged with more ideologico-politico-philosophical text than most Western artistic outcome. The first track is stylized as an apocalyptic throwback to big band soundtrack music—incredibly fun. The second track is another wonderful Ishraqiyun cut, following primordial geometric structures with their established, beautiful hyper-cultural sound.
  4. An Unexpected Memory (It Was Nearly Evening)
    by NINGEN
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    Snowdin Snowdin
    "An Unexpected Memory" is just lovely. In spite of it being presented as a collection of unreleased tracks, it wouldn't be fair to call or regard the new NINGEN release as a collection of outtakes/scrapped pieces. These are all solid tracks, which slowly reveal NINGEN's focused, yet not limited, range of production; essentially, the worth of his talent. Could easily work as a loose introduction to his music.

    (Disclosure: I have collaborated with NINGEN in the past, and he is a fwend of mine.)
  5. Cross Processing
    by Helios 44-2
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    Tri-X (1600 push) Tri-X (1600 push)
    NINGEN has proved, with both his solo releases and his work with Deafanese, that he's one of the greatest underground producers working today. His amazingly fun foray into vapor culture-flavored futurefunk only shows the versatility of his talent and ability to perfect any genre he faces, while keeping his signature intact.

    (Disclosure: I made the artwork for the release, and NINGEN is a fwend of mine.)
  6. Complete Song Books
    by JOHN CAGE, REINHOLD FRIEDL
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    Solo For Voice #1 Solo For Voice #1
  7. neon nights
    by snake of june
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    last kiss last kiss
  8. I Shall Die Here
    by The Body
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    Hail To Thee, Everlasting Pain Hail To Thee, Everlasting Pain
    The Body made "I Shall Die Here" in the outskirts of metal, using elements from sludge, noise, industrial, drone and avantgarde and taking them to their most esoteric extreme. A totally destructive, ear-damaging release that is worth dwelling into.
  9. Vincent & Mr. Green
    by Vincent & Mr. Green
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    When We Were We When We Were We
    Vincent & Mr. Green's debut album is pretty much perfect, and one of the most beautiful–tragic collections of songs I've listened. As sensual as it's dense, broken, its cabaret domain becomes home for sad tales of regret told in whispers and soul— built on perfect, tense hip-hop-inspired lo-fi jazz; cinematographic-like song constructions; and the gorgeous voice of the great Jade Vincent. An essential release from one of the greatest acts of music history, and one of the best albums of all time.
  10. All along the way
    by She Was Loud
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    One of the greatest songs of all time, and one of my favorite songs ever recorded. It feels like the apogee of decades of alt. rock music. I must have played this song a thousand times when I first got hold of it, from one of the best rock bands of the last ten years.
  11. Saptarshi / Radar
    by Secret Chiefs 3
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    Radar (The Day the Earth Stood Still) Radar (The Day the Earth Stood Still)
    Secret Chiefs 3, like all the best bands, works on a higher plane of music. To listen to Trey Spruance's stellar band is to hear the work of a master, a philosopher, an intellectual, a genius. This single, their debut and only release in BandCamp, features some of the most complex arrangements from one of the most unique music projects ever created.

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