Harbour Sharks

Harbour Sharks - Fight

First song off the Whales Vs. Robots EP available on iTunes, Amazon, Soundcloud, Rdio, and anywhere else you buy/find music.

This album features Dylan Neild on guitar, Dutjy Brucks on bass, Eric Purcell on drums/percussion/melodica/keys, and Colin Ojah-Maharaj on keys. It was recorded, mixed, and mastered at the Shark Tank studio in Toronto.


Harbour Sharks - Malfunction

Second song off the Whales Vs. Robots EP.


Harbour Sharks - Sentience

Third and final song off the Whales Vs. Robots EP.


Two Quiet Suns - Kepler Mission (2012) →

Friends of ours, UK based Two Quiet Suns have released their brilliant LP Kepler MIssion.

Deep, thick analog sounds mixed with thoughtful soundscapes conjure up thoughts of worlds that we haven’t discovered yet and journeys to places that may or may not exist.

Complex swirling drones and dilithium-crystal powered analog synthesis come together on saturated tape to create a beautiful and eerie experience akin to listening to lost transmissions from ancient alien cultures.

Get it now.


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Roland TR-909
The Roland tr-909 prototype drum machine with a row of switches for each individual drum. Tadao Kikumoto later decided to only use a single row of switches and share them between drum sounds. Tadao also decided to remove the giant 3.2 Farad capacitors that allowed the drum machine to produce the amazing 10HZ kick drum waves. These design changes pretty much killed the appeal of the tr-909 thus limiting it to sales to less than 10,000 units.
Doepfer, trying to cash in on Tadao’s genius, later tried to copy the original 909 design and released the Schaltwerk in 1997.


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dontstealbeats:

buzzbrain:

Roland TR-909

The Roland tr-909 prototype drum machine with a row of switches for each individual drum. Tadao Kikumoto later decided to only use a single row of switches and share them between drum sounds. Tadao also decided to remove the giant 3.2 Farad capacitors that allowed the drum machine to produce the amazing 10HZ kick drum waves. These design changes pretty much killed the appeal of the tr-909 thus limiting it to sales to less than 10,000 units.

Doepfer, trying to cash in on Tadao’s genius, later tried to copy the original 909 design and released the Schaltwerk in 1997.


i want this