Ayato vs Ghosts : Stillborn Dub [Treetrunk Records / Eg0cide Productions]

When Ayato first listened to Stillborn Ghosts‘ double album “over & out” (released in 2009 by Svartgalgh) he immediately detected a dark dub potential in this weird mixture of post-noise-rock, dark ambient and industrial. So he asked to a member of the band – his friend & collaborator The Ghost Between The Strings – a copy of the original tracks of the album in order to do some remixes. In addition to 4 remixes, he composed new tracks used raw guitar recordings by the 2 members of the band (TGBTS & Stillborn Blues). The result can be considered as a completely new album : “Stillborn Dub” (and maybe even a new band, since the collaboration is going on…)
The album is available as a free download from Treetrunk Records but you can also buy a CD-R version for 5 euros (excluding postage) from Eg0cide Productions. If interested, please write to tgbts0(at)gmail.com to order a copy

new mail adress : tgbts0 at gmail.com

Hello It seems that my emails on french provider free.fr has many problems. Some messages I send from them never reach their recipients in some countries : Russia, Mongolia, Poland, Netherlands….And I sometimes don’t receive messages sent from these countries.

So from now I’m using a gmail adress :

tgbts0 at gmail.com

thanks for your attention!

TGBTS : Exile (DomaData Netlabel)

Exile is a 22 min melancholic droney piece made with bass only, orginally recorded in 2009, reworked many times until february 2011.

This is the first solo release of TGBTS since a long time, and I was glad to be invited to release it on DomaData ,  a very promising new netlabel, curated by the creator of Witte Dood and Okkulth Records (now defunct but all releases are still available  for free download)

Click on the picture to visit the download page

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Wavespan & TGBTS : From Our Hands a Darkling Light (WH169)

New collaboration release on Webbed Hand Records :

Wavespan contacted TGBTS several months ago about a collaboration, and received a series of guitar improvisations in early January (2011). Excerpts of these improvisations were processed by Wavespan and treated to various forms of signal processing, including: time stretching, reverb, delay, distortion, amp/cabinet emulation, and filtering. Next, Wavespan went to work on the centerpiece of the album, ‘Ghostwave Theorem.’ After assembling a rough structure for the piece, he began adding some of his own processed field recordings to the mix. At this point, Wavespan cut-up a gritty jazz loop, to which he applied further processing. For the finishing touch, excerpts from Michael Saunders’ The Labyrinth of Music Theory podcast were processed and added to the mix.

For more info and download click on the picture

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