Audio Sequence, March 2016

March 2006 Mix Cover

My listening habits over the past month have been mainly shaped by the arrival of two fine new LPs from Subtext label boss Paul Jebanasam (Continuum) and former Vex’d founder Roly Porter (Third Law). Both these albums have been on heavy rotation here for some weeks now at unsubscriber towers and I have to say I’m torn between deciding which one is my favourite although as it stands, both are candidates for my album of 2016 award. I can recommend both LPs highly to the more adventurous listener.

Because of the distinctly ‘challenging’ nature of both these recordings, I have found myself frequenting the more experimental sections of my music library for this month’s source material. What I ended up with was a collection of mainly electronic experiments with some avant jazz, drone and tape manipulations thrown in for good measure. Because of the resulting thematic nature of the finished audio sequence I have subtitled this mix Faulty Electronics.

What you’ll get after downloading the file and loading it into your media player of choice is an eighty minute sonic tapestry designed to provoke, confound, confuse, surprise and create a multitude of different mood states along the way. I’m not saying that your journey will be an easy one this month but I can guarantee that it will ultimately be a rewarding experience.

Feel free as always to drop me a comment after listening and let me know your thoughts.

March 2016 Mix Download Link

Last month’s audio sequence is still available below and is recommended for those of you with a more psychedelic outlook, it has been downloaded many times by the inhabitants of Trondheim in Norway who clearly can’t get enough of this whacked out stuff!

February 2016 Mix Download Link

If you enjoyed these, here are some more links for previous mixes;

January 2016 Mix Download Link

Rural Weird Mix Download Link

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5 thoughts on “Audio Sequence, March 2016

  1. John C Nash 02/03/2016 / 1:53 pm

    Exciting stuff, Mr Scriber. I know what I’ll be listening to later today!
    Thank you for producing these mixes, it’s very much appreciated.

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    • unsubscriber 02/03/2016 / 2:37 pm

      You’re more than welcome Mr Nash, it’s been a great challenge to transform my listening habits each month into a complete soundtrack. I do hope that you enjoy this audio sequence as you have previous efforts and look forward greatly to your thoughts. Thanks for listening to my humble experiments my friend and all the very best.

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  2. lcmt 04/03/2016 / 4:12 pm

    I am listening to March this morning, and it has become just what I want to hear right now. I was slightly alarmed in the beginning, by the voice, and I could decipher no words, but then my asemic training kicked in. I realized I did not need to figure out what the voice was saying, maybe the word-sounds were not a message for me, and I relaxed. Towards the middle of the piece, the music/sounds had such a wistful quality I felt unnameable emotions tugging my heart. Thank you.

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    • unsubscriber 04/03/2016 / 5:12 pm

      Thanks for your kind words Lin, I’m very happy to hear that you’re enjoying this month’s audio sequence. I wondered if it might be a bit obscure for a mix but it does accurately reflect my recent listening habits and I felt it flowed pretty well once I played it back. There are an increasing number of melancholic sounds used as the track progresses so I’m glad you picked up that. I’ve started building the next sequence already and am hoping that it maintains the high standards I’ve set myself this far. All the very best as always x

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      • lcmt 04/03/2016 / 5:26 pm

        Yes it is a cohesive soundtrack. I felt the end became a little more grim, but this is a good thing! Adding needed notes of drama to the melancholy.

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