Sunday, July 24, 2016

Sense/Net Overload

They had been silent for a few months leaving me unable to get my fix and then, bam, five releases within a few weeks. Happy ears.

Though short in some cases the label remains true to its experimental nature. With sounds ranging from ambient to techno to noise not every release will satisfy everyone's taste unless, like me, the greater the variety the greater the joy.

The description for one of the releases states

lost-radio has gone mad. Mad in a good sense.
Unusual rhythms. Strange melodies. Atmosphere of the city filled with drugs, crime and violence.
This may as well apply to the label as a whole. 

Most releases are Name Your Price offerings but even when there's a charge it's not enough to not show some support to keep the music flowing.

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