0point1 releases debut album Clean Dirt

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We are extremely proud to present Clean Dirt, the debut full-length from 0point1 aka Melbourne-based artist Bob Streckfuss.

Ever since we became aware of Bob’s work we knew this album was going to be special, and now that it’s finally here we are certainly not disappointed. The album follows on from his 17 minute epic The Dance of Mechanical Birds which provided an insight into his restless, creative world.

Clean Dirt is a work of startling beauty and intricate composition merging elements of dream pop and found sound electronica with complex rhythms and ethereal vocals.
The intricate manipulation of acoustic sources reveals a dichotomy between the organic and synthetic elements giving the music a frenetic, endearing quality.
Brimming with tireless creativity and a seemingly endless pool of ideas, the album is an exciting statement from a unique new voice amongst the current musical landscape.

Clean Dirt is available digitally and as a limited edition printed USB which contains bonus tracks and artworks.
Head over to the Feral bandcamp store here or listen via the player below.

First preview from 0point1’s debut album

0.1 artist pic

Later this month we will release Clean Dirt, the debut full-length from 0point1 aka Melbourne-based artist Bob Streckfuss.

The album is a work of startling beauty combining elements of dream pop and found sound electronica with frenetic IDM rhythms and ethereal vocals. Clean Dirt follows on from the epic 20 minute suite The Dance of Mechanical Birds released via Feral Media in 2013.

The lovely folk at A Closer Listen have premiered Cartoon River, the first preview from the album along with a brief interview with Bob.

Read the interview here and listen to the track via the player below. Stay tuned for the full release on June 23rd.

Seasons series concludes with Autumn EP

AUTUMN art

We are extremely proud to present the Autumn EP, the fourth and final instalment in our acclaimed Seasons series.

The EP opens with Angel Eyes aka producer Andrew Cowie who continues to mine the rich nostalgia of 80’s synth music through the warped lens of a VHS player.
Lower Spectrum follows with Fall, an undeniably catchy piece inspired by the shifting of balance between night and day and the duality of light and dark as Autumn draws to a close and Winter looms.
Golden Blonde relish in their distinctive musical palette, combining striking drum patterns and lush male/female harmonies flanked by warm organ lines that erupt into cacophonous noodling in the track’s final moments.
Feral Media stalwart Comatone closes proceedings with Moving Along Away From It, a departure from his pummelling breakcore and drum & bass that is reminiscent of the self-described ‘valium-hop’ of his 2007 split 12″ Albert and Leonard Put Things in Holes.

The Autumn EP is a fitting end to the Seasons series, encapsulating the diversity and originality heard across all 4 EPs and providing closure on what has been an outstanding accomplishment for the label and the artists involved.

Listen/download the Autumn EP at the Feral bandcamp store here, or via the player below.

Autumn EP preview

Lower-Spectrum

On May 19th we will release the Autumn EP, the fourth and final instalment in our acclaimed Seasons EP series.
To whet your appetite we have uploaded the amazing contribution from Lower Spectrum aka Ned Beckley (pictured above). According to Beckley the track entitled Fell, represents the duality between light and dark and its transition as Winter looms.

Listen to the track via the player below or over at the Feral soundcloud page here

Stay tuned for the full EP which also features exclusive tracks from Angel Eyes, Golden Blonde and Comatone.

POWER MOVES remixes Spartak

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The lovely folk at Who The Hell have just premiered the POWER MOVES remix of Spartak’s track Nightshift stating the “remix emphasises Buckett’s penchant for loops and abstraction – not to mention footwork. It’s a frightening snippet of mutated vocals and clattering snares; a very different animal to the original track”.
Listen to the remix and read the full article at the Who The Hell website here

Nightshift is taken from Spartak’s recent Five Points EP, and the remix comes from a special edition release of the EP which includes remixes from Andrew Pekler, Scissor Lock and Gatherer as well as a limited edition T-shirt.
Grab the special edition of the EP via the Spartak bandcamp page here

The band will be hitting the road shortly to launch the EP with dates confirmed for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Check out the details below and stay tuned for further launch dates in Perth and Adelaide.

Sydney – Saturday May 24 @ FBi Social (with POWER MOVES, Scissor Lock & Reykjavictim)
Canberra – Friday June 6 @ Transit Bar (with Mornings & Power Moves)
Brisbane – Friday June 20 @ The Waiting Room (with Naked Maja & Spirit Bunny)
Brisbane – Saturday June 21 @ Sonic Masala Fest
Fremantle – July 10 @ Mojos (with Ron Pollard Quintet, Lower Spectrum & Gilded)
Perth – July 11 @ The Bird (with Flower Drums & Lanark)