Wednesday, November 30, 2011

[proc452]

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+artist_-_Joss_Manley
+album_-_Weird_Long_Things
+cat#_-_[proc452]
+year_-_2011
+bitrate_-_variable,128avg,mp3
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having been blessed
with a few spare
moments to spend
as I deemed
proper, I decided
to devote some of them
to getting a jump-start
with proc, re-defining
the label with the
musical perfection
that had been clogging
the arteries of my laptop
for so long.
To that extent, I am
nearly overwhelemd
with aural pleasure
with the installment
of yet another
Joss Manley release!!


Taking experiemental
to an different level entirely,
the man behind Joss Manley
(who also uses the alias
of Josstintimberlake)
shows the underground
scene once again
what experimental
music is all about, embracing
old technology and fusing
it with modern ideas.
Concepts which still
are not entirely up-to-date
themselves, Joss Manley's
latest musical
excursions also hold
within themselves the
fundamentals of what
it means to be
a proc artist.
Never conforming
to what some
would consider
the "norm", these
long-form electronic
glitch pieces are like
brain teasers that
entice your mind to think
outside of any logical
process.

unpredictable rhythm, strange
bursts of distorted melody,
lo-fidelity samples mixed
with Joss's own unique style
of simply throwing
sounds into a blender and
watching what happens
are what you
can expect to hear on this
album, and it's albums
like this that got me into
starting a netlabel in
the first place.

It might take
a few listens.
I dont expect
you to just
sit down and try to
digest everything
taking place in this
album all at once.
It just simply
wasn't designed
for that.
Instead, approach
this beast casually.
Give it the respect
it deserves
by devoting your
full attention.
But whatever you do,
whoever you are,
and wherever you
may be at,
please, just
remember that
noise will be noise.

p.s. attn: tracks 7 and 8

Joss_Manley_-_Weird_Long_Things

Monday, November 28, 2011

[proc451]

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proc-records.net
+artist_-_Pollux
+album_-_Healing
+cat#_-_[proc451]
+year_-_2011
+bitrate_-_32kbps,mp3
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2011 is quickly
coming to an end,
and yet, proc has
not sufficiently completed
it's mission of giving
the global underground
massive the best in
DIY music.
However, the
accomplishments
that the label
has obtained
over the course of
this past year
should not
be downplayed
to any extent.
On the contrary, I should
be praising the efforts
made by all, especially
those to whom have
dedicated their lives
to progressing the lobit
movement forward.
and it is with great pleasure
that I present
to you all
the latest installment
of sound from the
french-based
lobit artist, Pollux.
Easily accomplishing
what so many
have attempted, Pollux
demonstrates his skills
not only as a musician, but
as a seasoned
lobitrate user, effictively
using the lo-fidelity
qualities of sound
and filling the minds of
hundreds of listeners with
true, un-filtered brilliance.
As is typical with
this man's
style, this
album follows
in Pollux's
deeply-rooted
love affair
with ambient music and
leads us
down a path of
love and understanding.
During a time
in our lives
when so much
of what
we see and
hear going on
around us;
destruction, famine,
hatred, greed, etc, it helps
to know that there
is art that we can turn
to which helps us to
convey our
emotions properly.

From the very first
moment you hear
the opening track, you
can immediately feel
a change in your mood.
casting aside all
pre-conceptions about
ambient or lobit
sound-structure, one
can easily see the intense
love and appreciation
for music that Pollux has.
emptying himself completely,
wearing his heart
on his sleeve, he shows
us that no matter
what the government may
do to it's citizens, they
can never stop music, nor
can they ever silence the
underground netlabel scene.

A Tibol Radio show host,
a fellow netlabel operator,
electronic artist
and all-around
good guy,
Arnaud will always
embrace the DIY scene
with open arms.
THAT, my friends,
is just what the scene
needs now, more than ever.





NOISE WILL BE NOISE


Pollux_-_Healing

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

y0y0y0!!
first of all, happy thanksgiving to
everyone in the USA :D


secondly, proc IS still active!!!!
i'm sorry I haven't released
anything in a while, im slowly
dealing with some changes in
how I manage my time between
work, life, music, etc.

so please, don't give up on proc!!!
it's still alive, breathing
and above all, ACTIVE!!!

im not taking anything new
at this moment until i release
the commitments I've already
taken on, but rest assured
that after this, I plan on
being quite prolific once again!!

in the meantime, take advantage
of labels like Sirona and Top of
the Flops, as both of them
cater precisely to the audience
that I wish to have music heard by!!!


NOISE WILL BE NOISE

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