Stray Landings \ Π3.5 Premiere

The latest to merge from the nascent π Electronics roster is Damcase (real name Dimitris Damaskos). 2016 saw a bumper year for Damaskos, with three vinyl releases including one on Bas Mooy’s prolific Mord imprint and the legendary Bunker Records. Much of Damaskos’ brand of techno brings to mind the heydey of DIY bedroom electronics. Listen, for example, to the full-throttle pelt of his Bunker release. There is a clear slapdash approach to these productions. They feel as though they have been made on-the-spot and in-the-moment. Everything is simply pushed to the max: subtlety is auxiliary. This gives them an immense projection velocity; one that cannot be matched by over-considered productions.

This latest release on π is particularly nasty. Each basslines is a little snot-nosed bastard. Like some pissed-off pitbull, they snarl and bare their teeth. The release is also electrified by sharp static that snaps out in random bursts like a live wire. By the end, everything is caked in a blanket of noise, almost too harsh for the human ear. Totally anti-social, totally obnoxious and totally gripping. This is a release strongly recommended to annoy neighbours, parents and, well… basically everyone.

Listen below for an exclusive stream of ‘PI03.5’, the closing track of the EP, and the nastiest of the lot.

Stray Landings

London 2017

Concrete Stage \ Day On \ Pakt Booking

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For the first time, we bring you the dark side of techno for a raw industrial day event.

Day-On brings you the darkness of the night to day.

Line-up per stage in alphabetic order.

►CARGO
14.00 – 15.00: Løbster
15.00 – 16.30: Kwartz
16.30 – 17.30: Remco Beekwilder
17.30 – 19.00: Cleric b2b Setaoc Mass
19.00 – 20.00: JoeFarr live
20.00 – 21.30: Shifted
21.30 – 23.00: Habits of Hate (Happa & Manni Dee)

►CONCRETE Hosted by Pakt Booking
13.00 – 14.30: Damcase
14.30 – 15.30: 138 live
15.30 – 16.30: Sleeparchive live
16.30 – 17.30: Scalameriya & VSK live
17.30 – 19.30: Bas Mooy
19.30 – 21.30: Ossian b2b Ayarcana
21.30 – 23.00: Gaja

►CONTAINER
13.00 – 14.30: Appaa
14.30 – 15.30: ZIZA
15.30 – 16.30: REMY-X
16.30 – 17.30: Tahko
17.30 – 18.30: Blackmont live
18.30 – 20.00: Shrouds
20.00 – 21.30: Dentis
21.30 – 23.00: HAEDES & Paramod

►Ticket
Phase 1: €17,5 – SOLD OUT
Phase 2: €22,5
Phase 3: €27,5
Tickets: http://bit.ly/DayonTickets

July 15th
13.00 – 23.00
Stadspodium Amsterdam

EVENT

BIZAARBAZAAR #01

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Bizaarbazaar marks 7 years online with a compilation of musical works in tune with the aspiration of the platform: to contest the dictates of society. The format (double cassette + website + publication ) attempts to physically preserve this aspiration against the unpredictable mutations of the web. 

digital release May 4th. 

release party May 12th @halcyon-the-shop 

more details tba soon. 

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very limited edition of double cassettes, will be available only in physical shops. 

credits

releases May 4, 2017 

music courtesy of the artists. 

mastering + duplication: Ryan Wurst 

layout publication + coding: Stephen Decker 

art direction/ design: Selwa Abd 

typeface: Benoit Canaud 

photography art cover: Greg Zifcak 

interview Ekman: zweikommasieben

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Π 03 12′

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Artist: Damcase
Title: PI03 [π03]
Label: Pi Electronics
Release date: June 2017

Tracklist:
A1. PI03.1
A2. PI03.2
B1. PI03.3
B2. PI03.4
B3. PI03.5

Listen:

B2. PI03.4 and B3. PI03.5

Soundcloud Preview

Preorder:

http://www.juno.co.uk/artists/Damcase/

https://www.decks.de/t/damcase-pi03/c9y-dm

https://www.redeyerecords.co.uk/vinyl/86018-pe03-damcase-pi03

http://www.triplevision.nl/artist/Damcase/

Π Electronics 03 Previews

Artist: Damcase
Title: PI03 [π03]
Label: Pi Electronics
Release date: June 2017

Tracklist:
A1. PI03.1
A2. PI03.2
B1. PI03.3
B2. PI03.4
B3. PI03.5

www.pielectronics.net/damcase_pe03/‎

The 3rd record from Pi Electronics is by the Rotterdam based, Thessaloniki born producer, Damcase. PI03 includes five original tracks of punky electro and techno, flavoured with Damcase’s riffs and noisy aesthetic. Sharp percussions, along with distorted grooves and broken beats, as well as some experimentation with voltage control techniques. The label reveals new colours on its palette, though not shifting away from its character.