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Monthly Archives: February 2013

NEW 8.0 release parties!

Written on February 28, 2013 at 11:29, by

No release without a party, and with N.E.W. you get two! Both Deventer and Nijmegen host a nice line-up. While the free NEW 8.0 release is being downloaded by the thousands, we dish out free NEW 8.0 CD’s at the release parties in Burgerweeshuis and Doornroosje. Check the line-ups here.

Yeah I know It Sucks

Written on February 24, 2013 at 17:14, by

Various Artists – NEW 8.0 Review by Yeah I Know It Sucks: N.E.W. is a platform and network for producers in Gelderland and Overijssel . Every year they release with the help of Esc.rec. a compilation of 12 tracks to showcase the talented electronic producers of these regions of the Netherlands. A couple of days ago  Continue Reading »

Various Artists – NEW 8.0

Written on February 19, 2013 at 12:00, by

Title: NEW 8.0 Artist: Various Artists Available formats: Free download Catalog#: NEW008 Download torrent through Mininova Download torrent through ClearBits Download & listen through Bandcamp Download & listen through Free Music Archive Download & listen through Listen through Soundcloud Listen through Spotify Listen through Deezer Listen through Simfy Listen through YouTube (soon) Tracklisting 01 MSNTHRPX –  Continue Reading »

Spotify, Deezer, Simfy, etc.

Written on February 15, 2013 at 9:59, by

The Metamorphosis EP by Gluid is the first Esc.rec. release to appear on streaming platforms Spotify, Deezer and Simfy. Since this EP is in fact a pay-what-you-want release, I specifically targeted services which allow free listening for this one. All in an effort to get this music out there. For other Esc.rec. releases I’ll also  Continue Reading »

Yeah I Know It Sucks

Written on February 13, 2013 at 15:56, by

Gluid – The Metamorphosis EP Review by Yeah I Know It Sucks: … Kafkaesque is a term that gets thrown around pretty loosely these days in relation to almost anything conceivable, but in this case it’s totally warranted! Gluid’s The Metamorphosis EP was, in it’s original incarnation (larval, perhaps?) a soundtrack to De Gedaanteverwisseling, a multimedia  Continue Reading »