Archive for the ‘techno’ Category

DioXide ‘Specular Mirrors’ CD

January 28, 2016

DioXide-Specular-MirrorsA new release recorded with Andrea Bellucci of ‘Red Sector A’ is now available from Space Race Records This dark stripped-out techno album was recorded between 2014 and 2015 and arranged and mixed at Andrea’s studio by him in 2015. I must point out that while I am credited with additional programming on the CD sleeve, Andrea did most of the work. I provided some atmospheres and samples but the concept and overall sound of the whole set of recordings is Andrea’s and he should be commended for a fine job!

**UPDATE** Copies can now also be purchased direct from me via Discogs

Get all 25 Lagowski releases available on Bandcamp and save 30%

November 19, 2015

Lagowski music at Bandcamp

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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of SEnTIent, The Data Logs of Astro Myrmex, Zodiac, tz, Lagowski 1990 + extras, Legion Live in Münster 10.06.05, The General Dynamics E.P., Temporary Distractions, and 17 more.
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‘tz’ album now on Bandcamp

January 15, 2015

Lagowski 1990 + extras

January 3, 2015

I discovered that the cassette version of this had sold in 2014 for nearly £20 and another copy was available for £40, so I thought I’d make it available as digital for the much easier to swallow price of seven dollars.

Temporary Distractions – now digital

January 2, 2015

The General Dynamics E.P. (1997)

January 2, 2015

Seppuku Radio Show 20th January 2014

January 23, 2014

Here is the MP3 file of the recent Seppuku show which includes a big chunk of my new S.E.T.I. album ‘Final Trajectory’ on Power & Steel (LOKI Found) and also the track ‘Skylanes v8’ from the recent Lagowski album ‘Redesine+’ on Zoharum. French commentary in parts, so brush up your language skills!

Formant3e – mix test 2

November 29, 2013

Formant3e Mix2

Fly my children – the monster must be destroy-Ed!

November 2, 2013

I’ve never had a manager for my musical output and am not the kind of person who can schmooze his way to success. I don’t believe in kissing the backside of those who I think might help to increase my exposure in the electronic music/sound world. I find it hard to look at my musical output from the outside in – to me it seems sporadic and patchy with a few tunes here and there that I still enjoy. I’m always analysing my own tracks and wishing I could have done this or that better but ultimately, once a track is done and ‘out’, it’s like saying goodbye to an offspring and time to make another one.

So this week, in an attempt to increase my circle of listeners, and to introduce people to my music (which I’ve been making for 30+ years) I’ve paid FB to bring traffic to this page. Only a very small amount but without a manager, there is not much I can do to push it out there and spread the virus.

In the long distant past, I would have sent cassettes out to fanzines and later, cd’s to magazines and websites. I even met people and gave them cd’s in person! I soon realised that giving people your music free, in the hope that they’d review it or talk to others about it, was a very naive thing to do.

I don’t really know what I’m trying to say apart from, this is the way I’ve always done it and I don’t think it’s ever going to change. So paying FB to promote me is perhaps the equivalent of sending out that cassette 30 years ago and I don’t really expect it to go anywhere or reach anyone but you can’t hang on to your children forever and maybe this will push them further afield into areas that they’ve never been.

Formant 3 test 2

December 23, 2012

Let me know what you think. Still obviously figuring out which way to do this and waiting for Die6’s voice samples 😉


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