New Music Releases – September 2019: Pt. 3
New Music Releases – September 2019: Pt. 3

New Music Releases – September 2019: Pt. 3

New Music Releases

Third roundup of music that came out this September – compiled with a little help from our followers! See part 1 here and part 2 here.


Crystal Myslajek – Cove (Moon Glyph)

dreamy piano, synth, & vocals

via Bill Barnett

Sgt. Elyas – Mountains of Powerless (Wormhole World)

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a fake-concept-album, where drums and guitars samples cohabit, fight, love and breed in soundscapes recorded in England France, and Morocco

9T Antiope – Grimace (Eilean Rec.)

9T Antiope duo band consists of Iranian musicians Nima Aghiani and Sara Bigdeli Shamloo. The band formed in 2014 and the main focus of the band is an experimental land, using layers of acoustic instruments, electronics and combining them with vocals and lyrics, in order to narrate tiny bits or huge landscapes of the chaotic worlds they vision, along with their inhabitants. They present their fourth solo releases and for the second time on eilean rec.

Their output this year beats most labels let alone artists. Exceptional act, Essential music.

via Siavash Amini

Polypores – Radiance (Self Released)

via Grey Frequency‏

Rubin Steiner – Say Hello to the Dawn of Paradox (Platinum Records)

In my new record, there are synthetic girls singing, warm synthesizers, techno pulses that are never too fast, drum machines that can’t make any difference between house and techno, disco bass lines, hits for each moment of the day and dance.

Well, isn’t that lovely?

via Alan Ranta

Breather/Death Register – S/T (Invisible City Records)

The first time outing on ICR for Breather and second time for Death Register (see ICR3) gives us a mix of subtle, detached field recordings hidden among lengths of sharp electronic swarms and gentle, engrossing ambience.

via ŚimmØMaZ

Tinsel Teeth – Untitled and Never Released​.​.​. TT as a 3 piece. (Self Released)


via Teenage Riot TV

Body Image Corporation – S/T (Skrot Up)

Soundtrack to our Instagram ad feed feat. members of German Army.

via GeAr

How I Became Invisible – U N I D E N T I F I E D (Self Released)

We’re all in this together, so raise your voice and start to sing.

Elza Soares – Planeta Fome (Deck)

34th studio album, born in Deck label, “Planeta Fome” is the umpteenth, brilliantly mind-boggling Elza Soares’s record. The teeth-grinding Mary Magdalene of Brazilian Samba (but that would be so reductive for such a gigantic talent) is back channeling visceral panic, brilliantly conveying collective disaffection and human, intrinsic discontent. – GIGSoup

via Jasper Willems

Bethlehem Steel – S/T (Exploding In Sound)

Cop Funeral – Pain (Already Dead Tapes and Records)

50% of each sale of this album will be donated to RAICES, which provides free and low cost a nonprofit that promotes justice by providing free & low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and refugees.

There are harsh loops of junk electronics which will challenge even the most devout noise fans to stay immersed at full volume, such as on the opening title track. Other moments leave more room to breathe, with slightly more rhythmic and melodic passages careening into gentle oblivion.

The Grief Brothers – Thirty Five Years On Woodfield Street (Country Mile)

Diskette Park – Reading Room (Business Casual)

Koyaanisqatsi meets vapor, very Philip Glassian.

Cloud Rat – Pollinator / Do Not Let Me off the Cliff (Artoffact Records)

Emerging from the space where hardcore punk spirals into grindcore, Cloud Rat is that and so much more. The band knows no limits and incorporates influences from across the map – black metal, noise, doom, goth, folk, and beyond – all while retaining its realness and urgency.

via metal dot txt

Weeping Sores – False Confession (I, Voidhanger / Riff Merchant)

Afrosideral – El Olimpo de los Orishas (Wonderwheel Recordings)

Wonderwheel is proud to present a brand new project called Afrosideral from Cuban producer, vocalist and multi instrumentalist Kumar Sublevao Beat. The result of what he’s called the Afrocuban Electronic Ensemble – Afrosideral mixes modern electronic production with dub sensibilities with rhythms and melodies inspired and in tribute to the legacy of the Yoruban people.

They Hate Change – Juices Run Clear (Deathbomb Arc)

Mics are passed. Beats are caressed. Drones breeze through the streets, summoning every air conditioning obsessed neighbor out into the streets to feel what new frequency Change is vibrating on.

via Zach Lipez

Ships in the Night – The Remixes (Self Released)

Ships In The Night Remix album – Billy did a remix for this Ships In The Night remix album as Brat Brains. Part of the proceeds will be donated to RAICES!

via Buck Gooter




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