// loop of the week #11 – le luneux

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Photo by Dipti Vaidya

Episode 11 of the loop of the week challenge: Marie Yacoub sings the blind man’s manifest. A strange time warp allows Lisa Lee & Busy Bee to bring support to her bittersweet vocals.

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 // loop of the week #10 – square noir

Episode 10 of the loop of the week challenge: a temperamental square signal supports the musings of the ghostly poet.

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Based on a loop by Clonning process, from the Disable collective.

 // loop of the week #9 – one last sunrise

one last sunrise

Episode 9 of the loop of the week challenge: Johnny’s guitar manages to grant him one last sunrise.

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Scratches by Gantz.

 // loop of the week #8 – turkey

Episode 8 of the loop of the week challenge: in which a turkey gets justifiably angry, and in which the mushroom sound definitely gives up any hip hop credibility.

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Scratches by Gantz. No poultry was harmed during the making of this recording. Gantz wasn’t either.

 // loop of the week #7 – where is she?

Twin Peaks by Tim Doyle

Twin Peaks by Tim Doyle

Episode 7 of the loop of the week challenge: communication becomes erratic and struggles its way through static noise and parasitic thoughts.

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A deep and noisy drum’n’bass soundscape loosely based on the famous twin peaks theme.

 // loop of the week #6 – the thing

The ThingEpisode 6 of the loop of the week challenge: an experiment in randomness and live sampling from vinyl records, featuring Gantz on the turntables.

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The result is a monstrous construct quite reminiscent of Carpenter’s creature in The Thing.

 // loop of the week #5 – panic!

Cutty Wise - The Wire

Cutty Wise - The Wire

Episode 5 of the loop of the week challenge: Dennis “Cutty” Wise finds himself pretty confused. Scratches by Gantz, additional drums and bass by the Coq Brothers.

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“It’s like… I’m standing outside myself, watching me do things I don’t wanna do…”

 // loop of the week #4 – the hash golem

A Scanner DarklyEpisode 4 of the loop of the week challenge : chilling with Bob Arctor and his borderline schizophrenic friends.

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- Well, see, you take a huge block of hash and carve it in the shape of a man. Then you hollow out a section and put a wind-up motor like a clockworks in it, and a little cassette tape, and you stand in line with it, and then just before it goes through customs you wind up the key and it walks up to the customs man, who says to it, 'Do you have anything to declare?' and the block of hash says, 'No, I don't,' and keeps on walking. Until it runs down on the other side of the border.

- You could put a solar-type battery in it instead of a spring and it could keep walking for years. Forever.

 // loop of the week #3 – vegan poetry

Episode 3 of the loop of the week challenge : Contact meets Björk, Vega collides with Earth, a declaration from outer space.

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IAN BRODERICK - Deposition is confirmed. We’ve got 4.4623 Ghz. Confirmed, we’ve got 112 janskys.
ELLIE - Alright, do you have a source location yet?
IAN BRODERICK - We put it right smack in the middle : Vega.

 // loop of the week #2 – into the light

Leland Palmer

Leland Palmer

Episode 2 of the loop of the week challenge : celebrating Leland Palmer’s journey into the light, as narrated by Dale Cooper.

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 // loop of the week #1 – tekken

First episode of the loop of the week challenge : a drum’n’bass take on Bitcrusher, the soundtrack from Tekken 4’s Shinjuku stage.

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