Sunday, December 28, 2008



after much wait, the second ep from the very talented
Lik-o has finally arrived!
Lik-o first released on proc-rec a few months
with a smashing little ep that left not only myself,
but many other people wanting more!
We finally have the chance to hear some brand new material...

The title of this album, Groovy EP, certainly describes
this album quite well.
four pieces, 3 original and one bonus track, are found
and they sound terrific.

The ep opens with the funky track "Travelingwithoutmoving!"
which is a very laid-back piece.
various effects, funky basslines, good rhythm and clear sound,
this track is the perfect way to open the album.
after this is the track "I still think about you"
which is just as upbeat as the previous.
It has a slightly more techno/house sound than the opeing
piece, but the choppy bassline effect
adds a distinct amount of IDM flavor and really
takes the piece in a different direction.

track three is titled "Self Hypnosis".
It opens with a very granulated textural effect
and then slowly incorporates a heavy rhythmic
drum sequence, complete with static-clicks, grinding clips
and a very impressive trance-sounding melody.
The final piece on this album is my personal favorite.
It's very calm and subtle, yet has a rough-sounding
quality to it, which makes it nice to sit back and listen
to or perfect to hit the dancefloor and groove to :)

The saying "good things come in good time" certainly holds true.
Since his debut album with us, I have been patiently
awaiting new material from him, and now we finally have it!
If you are looking for a fun little album to listen to with your friends
or just to bump at a party, download this, burn it on a disc and
turn it up!!

it's time to gt grooooooooovy ;)




proc-records has something new to smile about.
Straight out of Nyc is a new artist to our label, who uses
the alias of Klang Association.

WIth a runtime of roughly 29 minutes, this VERY strong
EP has eight-seperate tracks, each with a government-decay
Using samples from old documentaries (even one from Mr. Oppenheimer)
and even one from Condoleezza Rice, this
nicely produced ep is an excellent introduction from this
astounding project!
A very laid-back and down-tempo album, Klang Association
demonstrates its abilities to produce wonderfully
simple, yet complexingly impressive beats throughout
this entire album.

Something that really impressed me was the way the tracks
on this album had been arranged.
From one track to the next, they flow almost seemlessly and
each one seems to compliment the previous.
Along with that, the tracks themselves have a very clear and
rich sound, and play remarkably well at higher volumes, which
typically is where some level of distortion tends to become
a factor.

Anway, this is an excellent introduction album, and Klang Association
have really done a superb job of putting together some
really strong pieces.
Normally my linear notes for releases are a little lengthier, however,
the audio contained on this ep pretty much speaks for itself :)

without further delay, I am pleased to bring to the underground,
a whole new ablum to bump on your systems for the
remainder of 2008 and all through 2009!


also, check out K.A. at...

Friday, December 26, 2008



As we bring the [proc23x]'s to a close and introduce
the new series of proc-rec releases, the release from our
good friend Evgenij V. Kharitonov has been locked
into the [proc240] slot.

Eugene is an immensly diverse artist.
With skills ranging from nearly every aspect of electronic music,
he has been a major part of proc-records for
a very long time and his presence has certainly been felt.
Because of his very strong capabilites to change the direction
of his sound, he frequently uses various aliases to
keep the listener from becoming confused.
Thus, this new ep titled Mirror is an excellent
representation of just how unique this gentleman's skills
actually are.

The first piece, under his Microbit Project alias, is a track
which shows Eugene using his rhythm-based skills in sound.
Complex patterns form harshly and intensly while
a matrix of sound effects come crashing into your speakers.
While this track could be considered IDM, I would
classify it as more of a rhythm-noise track.
a very interesting piece, it takes you on a
deep journey into the complexity's of organized sound.
The second piece is an ambient, textural track which, much
like the previous track, is rather dark and secluded.
Droning melodies and other various sounds fill your speakers
with lucious audio, satisfying your ears to the max!

It is really a nice thing to see Eugene remaining as musically
active as he has been, especially during these
past few months.
He can be found releasing on several other netlabels, including
his own spectacular netlabel (also called Microbit Project).
Regardless of your current mood, Eugene has the sound to fit!
And proc-rec is pleased beyond words to have the oppurtunity
to bring you...


Thursday, December 25, 2008



Yes, even on the holidays proc-records can be found hard
at work, releasing the finest music in the underground
to the best listeners in the world ;)
Before I begin, I would like to take this oppurtunity to wish
everyone a positive holiday season and a very sucessful
and productive new year!!!

Sons Of Branford are one of the newer projects here at proc-rec.
With a total of two albums already released here on proc-records, plus
some audio on TFN (BIG RESPECT) and elsewhere, I think it's
pretty safe to say that this sound project, which
hails from San Antonio, Texas is relatively active and dedicated
to creating solid audio which many listeners are sure to enjoy :)

Similar to their first release at proc-rec, on this ep we find
one continuous track which is made up of several smaller tracks.
However, unlike the other, this album seems to
take a different approach to sound.
The somewhat ambient textures found in their debut release, have all
but vanished and we are left with loud, crisp
white-noise, static and that lovely granulated distortion
which is almost a necessity for ANY type of
noise-related sound.
Of course, the samples are still prevolent
and really help give the music a stronger "backbone" by
filling in the empty-spots, few as there may be.

Regardless of whether this is your first exposure to
S.O.B. or if you are a longtime fan, one thing is for sure
about this album...
Satisfaction. Guaranteed.


Tuesday, December 23, 2008



As Christmas approaches, proc-records
has been making an extra effort to supply the underground
with only the finest music available at a very
nice price....FREE!!
An ep from our second debut artist in a row,
FREAK BLONDE is the musical project from the Ukraine, which
is an area of that planet that seems to have
many many talented musicicans (jjoth for example).
However, unlike jjoth, this ep deals very little
with the "noise" aspect of sound.

FREAK BLONDE originally operated under a different alias,
although he later adopted this name to release
his work under.
On this release, we once again find a single track
to be used as an introduction from our newest artist.
With a heavy focus on rhythm based sound coordination, this
piece, which has a runtime of nearly seven minutes, has
a nice variety of sounds, effects, bass, and percussion.
It also has an uptempo beat which makes it
an appropriate track to play at a rave or party!
Plus, giving it an added push, it has an encoding quality of
224 kbps rendered in MP3 format.

FREAK BLONDE has certainly done an excellent job
of allowing people who enjoy good music to get a taste of
some Ukrainian electronica!
With an introduction EP like this, I am very excited
to hear more!!!

Treat yourself to some good music!!
you deserve it ;)


Monday, December 22, 2008



this evening, proc-rec has something NEW to boast about!!
a debut release from our newest sonic-sound project
from abroad known as Krosot.

Hailing from Malaysia, Krosot recently
sent this fantastic one-track ep over to preview, and the
results were splendid!
In short, this composition is a very dark (almost apocolyptic) track.
VERY Heavy distortion consumes the entire piece, and at
a constant bitrate of 64kbps, you simply cannot go wrong :)

I admit, prior to this ep I knew very little about
this project.
I had heard the name before from seing it as part of the
catalog listing at one of my favorite netlabels, Love Torture Records.
However, it seems as though this gentleman has been actively
producing audio for quite a while, and even
has a few physical releases, including a cassette
on Underground Pollution Rec (based out of France).

I always like to have new artists releasing on proc-records,
especially when they bring an album like this!
Krosot is may be new to proc-rec, but he is, by
no means, a newcomer to the music scene.
I hope that this EP is only the beginning of many, many more
releases from him at proc-records.

Please, join me in congratulating and celebrating our
two-hundred-thirty-seventh release from an artist
who certainly deserves MUCH recognition...




It's been a while since Aramaki last released with us
(his last was around mid september or so)
and in that time we have had a variey of releases
with a plethora of styles, each being very unique
to the particular artist.
I am an artist who likes to fool around sometimes
when making audio.
Sometimes, the crazier the sounds, the better the work.
However, I also have a profound interest in rhythmic work
and appreciate people who sit down in front
of their equipment and really get down to some serious business.

Aramaki is one such artist.
Truly dedicated to continuosly producing quality,
un-compromised audio, Aramaki's work has always
seemed to be very well produced with an exceptionally
professional-sounding mastering.
This release features deeply heartful rhythm based tracks
focused very highly on an IDM type of sound.
Sounding almost like something from an early Warp Records
release, these pieces cover a variety of electronic styles
and have a very high replay value! :)

With the exception of Magude, these tracks
have somewhat uptempo beats united with solid
textural melodies and heavy bass.

All in all, this is a very nice album to have on your portable
media player and to listen to regularly.
Unfortunately, we don't recieve many releases from
Aramaki (I'm hoping that will change though!)
but this album certainly makes up for the time lost!

prepare to have an aural pleasing adventure
into the new underground! ;)



p.s. Rosath is AMAZING
also, check out..

Tuesday, December 16, 2008



Dearest friends.
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Fellow producers and audio fanatics alike!
As you may already know, Razxca is a highly prolific
musician whos presence has certainly been
felt in a very positive way here at proc-records.

An artist who is very well known for audio-extremes, the past
few releases by him with us have been somewhat lengthy
(for example, a 100 hour noise release!!!).
And now, in an effort to bring new life to his older music, he
has given proc-records the wonderful oppurtunity to re-release
the majority of his audio which was previously found
on his very own, truly wonderful label, which is also
called Razxca :D
This full-length release is one of a few other proc-rec exclusive releases
from this noise-audio mastermind.
The tracks cover a broad range of musical styles, most of which
are deeply rooted in dark ambient and drone styles
and are also very atmospheric and textural pieces as well!

Mikhail, as I have said on countless occasions, is a very
respectable artist and I greatly admire his work,
This newest release from him is one that I hold with
very high regard and am sure is my personal favorite from

If you are looking for the perfect album to set a calming yet dark
atmosphere, look no further than...


Monday, December 15, 2008



jjoth is one of those artists who always seems to deliver
something new, exciting, and original.
Our Ukrainian producing friend has given us here at proc-rec
something new to smile about
with another brilliant free-formish experimental EP.

Sonic textures of deep static and bass explode at vaious
parts of this albums life and fill in the fleeting gaps of silence
which would otherwise be wasted.
Following no specific rhythm or pattern, the compositions
on this album are very spurratic and change rapidly,
even during a single track!
Something else about this release which I found really
sets it apart from his previous releases here is the use
of more solid basslines and a subtle mixture of melody and
chopped vocals.

As I have mentioned before, jjoth's music is sooo incredably diverse, upon
hearing it someone could immediately recognise who
it was simply due to it's distinct sound.
Experimental music composing is something that few people
are able to do with the level of succes that I have heard from jjoth.
Each album is consistantly different from one another
(though an pop-music fan's ear would probably beg to differ)
and he really does a superb job of making sure
his music doesnt all sound alike.

Being an enormous fan of experimental audio, music like this
is very refreshing for me to hear.
It is very emotionally expressive while retaining a
large amount of mystery under a cloak of extreme darkness.
Not only is jjoth an impressive producer, he also happens to be
a very fine visual artist, drawing his own covers which are included
with each of his releases!

Folks, I sincerely hope that you enjoy this album
as much as I do.
Alice ALWAYS devotes 100% to his work, and this release
truly embodies what ART really is.

Thanks again jjoth!!!
proc-rec is happy to have you here :)


Saturday, December 13, 2008



Anywhere in life, it is almost guaranteed that
you will, at one time or another, have to prove yourself
to the people around you.
With music, that can be a fairly difficult task since not everyone
like the same styles, genres or tempo's.
For example, it could be very hard to have your friend's 85 year-old
grandmother (who listens to classic opera)
to enjoy a harsh acid-house track from Plastikman.
I'm not saying it's impossible, but I certainly wish you
the best of luck!
(who doesnt like plastikman, though???)

Now, there is one thing about music which has
much certainty....
alot of people use it as a way to unwind or relax after
a long or stressful day.
And, in many cases, people will sometimes turn to
deep, or mellow tracks to help them achieve the desired
state of mind.
Fortunately, there is one such man who can produce
nearly any type of electronic instrumental music, suitable
for almost any mental ailment!

His name is GAAD and he is a proc-rec alumni.
Approaching nearly a dozen seperate appearances here at
proc-records, GAAD's music has left a lasting impression on my
mind and I often look to his music for inspiration with
my own.
This highly prolific musician mastermind from abroad
has been kind enough to allow me to once again
release his sounds to the WORLD, and for that, I am grateful.

This album features four seperate tracks, all of which
were cut to the same length and share a common theme or
Very dark, ambient, and of course noisy and harsh, GAAD's newest EP
is perfect for chilly nights, looking out a window and wondering
what will happen next in this crazy planet of ours.

What I also thought was pretty cool about this album was that
the tracks sound as if they were originally encoded at a low
bitrate (8kbps it would seem), then rendered back into wav,
AND THEN encoded back into a higher quality mp3.
That may not sound like something new to some
of you, and really, it isn't a new technique, but it does add
a cool lo-fi quality to these tracks which takes them to
a whole nutha' level!!

A great ep by a great artist released on proc-rec
for the greatest listeners on the planet Earth :D


Wednesday, December 10, 2008



Many people have come to regard proc-records as their
primary source for audio downloading.
We have a group of enormously talented artists who
take pride in their work and share similar goals, ideas
and values.
since day one, proc-records has always been open
to nearly all forms of electronic music, and noise/power electronics
are no exception!!
[proc232], however, is not your normal run-of-the-mill noise ep.
Quite the contrary, in fact.

boxcutterblower (aka Jonathan Brodsky) is
an artist who hailes from the USA.
He has been with proc-records for a little while already, although
thus far he has only been featured on [proc200]
as The Wizard Rises.
On this smashingly hardcore ep, Jon has composed three
great pieces through the use of mixers, pedalls and vocal,
layered on that glorious heavy distortion and even used
(what sounds like) a little reverb as well!

While it is essentially a noise ep, Jon's un-compromising
appoach to sound creation + destruction has really caught my attention.
With even a slight hint towards ambient, this ep is
just long enough for nearly any fan of noise to enjoy
without becoming too overbearing.
It also has a tremendous replay value, which is soemthing
that is nice to have when dealing with a genre such as this.
AAANNND, for those of you who are into that sort of thing,
these tracks also seem to have an unusually high level of remixability,
which is something else that is quite unusual with noise audio.

So, if you are someone who is desperate to find
just the right thing to put on your portable media device
when making the long trek out to see family this holiday season, or
if you are just simply looking for that "certain something"
to help take the edge off after a long day, this
ep is sure to satisfy :)

Thanks again Jon!!!

proc-records is pleased to announce the debut,
non-compilation, self-titled release of our newest alias
(but not our newest member!)


Tuesday, December 9, 2008



due to recent issues of seriously limited time, proc-rec
was unable to update our ever-growing catalog of fantastic music.
However, we are back in action and are pleased to
announce the return of a truly splendid sound project called
Sons Of Branford.

On their previous release, SOB demonstrated
true skill in fantastic sound production by executing
wonderful samples, deep, rich and meaningful melodies
all thrown into a blender with lucious textures, and mixed
until a thick batter of sound was created.
It definitely left a positive lasting impression on me, as I'm sure
it did for many, many others as well.
Well, one can expect something quite similar from the
second release.
That trademark 8-bit(ish), analog sound connected with
those (honestly) jaw-droppingly acurately placed samples,
SOB seems to have a unique ability to take different
sound pieces and fit them together with such elogant simplicity.
it reminds me of lego blocks being joined together, where each block
represents a note of audio, a sample, a kick drum or snare
and in the end becomes this gigantic block of sound
that is solid beyond comparison.

I'm sorry if that segment was a little difficult to understand,
but this music really is hard to effectively describe, and words
really do not do much justice to these amazing tracks.
Sons Of Branford is a sound project who I have come to
recognize as being one of the more interesting, experimental
and original acts here.
Plays well on speakers, but greatly deserves headphones and
full attentiveness :D

Without another second of delay, proc-records
brings you...


Wednesday, December 3, 2008



Ever wanted to go to a live performance of an artist
or project that plays great music, only to find out they
wont be coming to a town near you??
I'm pretty sure we've ALL been there at some point.
In these tough times, it's hard for artists to
travel great distances due to high fuel costs and
time restrictions.
However, with the advent of the internet, shows and live
performances can be recorded, saved, and posted online
for fans far and wide to download and enjoy!!!

Well people, allow me to introduce one such recording!
XENOCATS, a Nebraska-based artist of extremely high importance
here at proc-rec recently performed live in Omaha and
was kind enough to record it for us to enjoy and play
whenever we want (and trust me, I have!!!).
A matrix of insanely accurate and pleasant sounds
are strewn over deep effects and other sound sources
,including that wonderful heavy delay that is
truly the tradmark style of XENOCATS
have all melted together in one giant (rice/soy) milk-saucer.

While it is unfortunate that many of us were not able to
attend, it is nice to know that people are still hitting the town
and fucking up reputable establishments in their own
unique way!
XENOCATS is a perfect example of someone who is
going against the grain of music and making his own
mark on the scene.
Maybe that's why we love him so much?? :D

either way, for those of you who werent there
(and even for those of you who were) this recording
puts you right smack dab in the middle of it all.
Atari 2600-a-blazin'!!!!





The incomparable GAAD haas (thankfully) once again
returned to proc-records by allowing us to release
his newest ep of killer audio!!

This time around we hear GAAD laying down some really
gorgeous rhythmic audio in conjunction with thick
layers of grainy noise textures.
The bpm of the percussion is very slow and, in a way it adds
it's own noise-factor, bringing another interesting quality to
the ep.
GAAD's music has always been influential, intuitive and original,
and I have noticed that his rhythmic audio has been
particularly focused on originality.
Sucessfully fusing deep white-noise as a filler
and peppering kicks, snares and high hats in a slightly haphazzard
fashion, GAAD may have stumbled across
a new genre! :D

The entire release plays for nearly twenty minutes
and works well for nearly any purpose.
Deep listening, walking, working, whatever!
Click it, Download it, share it, enjoy it!

we certainly do! ;)


Sunday, November 30, 2008



Where did it all go wrong?
Planet Earth as a whole has gone to shit.
Commercialism has completely taken over
almost all forms of media and has severely brainwashed
millions of people (most notably Americans)
into thinking that their lives will somehow become better
or more meaningful by collecting as much fucking junk as
Junk which was made in factorys that have little or no
restrictions whatsoever on the pollutants being blown into
our atmosphere or dumped into (what was once) perfectly
fine drinking water.

Why the rant?
Because each and every year, the holiday season becomes
more and more diluted of all that it once stood for.
I'm not saying that EVERYONE is like that...
Odds are, if you're reading this, you happen to be one of the remaining
few people who actually give a damn (BIG UP BIG UP!!!)

Anyway, in response to a recent MURDER of a
wal-mart (puke) employee by a shitload of
"black friday" crazed shoppers, Wal-Martyr
(aka The Ambience Project) put together a little noise ep
to bring attention to just how incredable, appauling and, well, let's be honest..
fucked up, that whole event actually was.

A runtime of nearly six-minutes, a protest album of this nature
deserves alot of commendation and recognition.
It's time to realize what really matters in this world.
Not the things which can be bought, but the things which are free
(especially free music).
I encourage everyone to download this and share it with others, because
if there was ever a time when the "average american"
needed to do a major reality check, it's now.

As we approach the new year, proc-records (along with other fine labels like
Love Torture Records, TRASHFUCK-NET, Dustin Must Die, HN, etc) continue to
stay deep underground with the sole-purpose of distributing
the best art in the world by the best artists in the world.
completely free of charge.
Open your mind to the possibilites, bitches!

Many thanks to Wal-Martyr for the audio-condolences




Never in my life did I think I would be part of something
as enjoyable or satisfying as proc-records.
Operating it is something which gives me great pleasure
and is something which I take great pride in
Having been in the underground netlabel scene for a few years,
I payed close attention to a few artists who exemplified quality
and dedication, and who seemed to really care
about what they did.
Sascha Müller was one such artist who I greatly admired
even from the very beginning.

So, naturally, when I started laying the groundwork
for proc-records, he was an artist who I contacted with haste.
Sascha is an electronic musician who has an un-paralleled
production style.
Seeming to always be at the forefront of new idea's, concepts
and styles, his natural talent for sound creation
is something that any label would love to release!

At the very end of October we released an ep from Sascha
titled "Kombat Zone".
That album was a hands-down dance-floor smash hit and
got played frequently by me wherever I went.
However, I can't help but now devote my full attention
to this brand new release from Sascha Müller.
Three tracks long, this album picks up RIGHT where
the previous album left off.
Those deeeeep and wonderful basslines, the pulsating kick drums,
precision-placed hi-hats and of course, those brilliant
rhythmic melodies, leads and pads that
fill in the empty pockets of sound with the greatest of ease :)

There is no debating the fact that Sascha cares about what
he does.
His dedication and love-affair with sound are apparent in
every-single-second of audio being pumped
from your speakers to your head.
If you are looking for an easy way to get any dancefloor in the
world filled, look no further than Sascha Müller's newest release...


Friday, November 28, 2008



The incredable Mr.Dee is back at proc-records after
a brief break!!!!!
And, this time around he has taken a slightly different
direction with his sound...

Typically Mr.Dee is found making wonderful
dancefloor tracks which are custom made for people
to get down'n'dirty on that dancefloor.
However, on this new EP he has laid down three very
solid and rough, yet also very laid-back, rhythm pieces
perfect for anything from just cracking open a beer and relaxing
or for putting on your dancing shoes and getting
funky at your favorite club!

While this ep is just shy of eight minutes, it really
gives us a better insight as to how diverse of a musician
Mr.Dee really is.
In nearly every aspect of electronic music, we have found him
trying something new and different, but accomplishing it
with such sucess that it could make
some people quite jealous ;)

Mr.Dee has been featured on multiple compilations here
at proc-rec and has also been heard on his own label
(deep-x) AND on the GLORIOUS 20kbps records netlabel
(just to name a few).
If this is your first introduction to his sounds, feel lucky.
You are about to enjoy some quality sounds!!

Tell your local DJ to download this and play it at a club near you!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Tuesday, November 25, 2008



I apologize in adavance if my sentences
have a tendency to run together or make
very little sense.
I havent slept well these past few days
and as a result of had to increase my coffee consumption
as a way to compensate.
Anyway, [proc225] is here and on it we find
some really interesting material from our newest
project, Sons Of Bradford.

SOB is also part of a project called the Xeric clan, and is
ALSO part of a group-effort between RedSK (BIG UP BIG UP!!)
which is known as kxdX.

This ep is alot like a video-game you can't play
or a movie you can't watch.
THAT may not sound cool, but the music certainly IS :)
The entire ep is composed of smaller tracks glued together
as one solid piece of electronic beauty.
With a very analog and an early 1990's nintendo
feel, It is a spectacular little release that has
held my attention since I first played it a few weeks ago.

Various samples are played at points
during this album (especially at the begining) and
with the added effects like heavy distortion , reverb, flanger(?)
and panning, they seem to cooincide PERFECTLY
with the other things taking place during it's runtime.
this album also features very ambient
sections (most notably at 11:40 and 29:35)
which really help carry this ep to another level of inginuity
and imagination.

All in all, this is a splendid piece of work
and will be appreciated by those who enjoy
good art :)


Sunday, November 23, 2008



Originality is ESSENTIAL in nearly every aspect of life.
And certainly much more so when dealing with music.
The netlabel scene has grown at an incredable rate
over the past few years, and as a result, it has been
difficult for many individuals to
1. find a good netlabel that frequently releases music
2. find artists who "Deliver" 100% with their music
3. as an artist, try to prevent yourself from sounding
like all the rest of the artists.
Well, as could be expected, the newest release on proc-records
is a second-to-none culmination of the successful
blending of all three of those criteria.

Believe it or not, there was a time when proc-records was
a small net-label located on the outskirts
of the scene.
In many ways, we were "on the outside, looking in".
Having payed close attention to labels like
20kbps, mp3death, Stars in Rehab. and northam,
I (as a listener) had found a few
artists whose music I thoroughly enjoyed hearing, and
would frequently listen to.
Of those artists, one sect particularly caught my attention.
Their name?
So, when I finally decided to start proc-rec, they
("they" meaning Greg and Paul, the two men who make up xorqz)
were one of the first projects on my list of people to contact.

Time had passed and we stayed in contact from time to time, until
finally Greg agreed to send something over for me to
And boy...what a release it is :D

This is essentially a live session of the duo performing in New Jersey
sometime last year.
As described to me, Paul was utilizing a Korg EMX sampler while
greg was running audio which was being emitted from a pair of
turntables through some distortion and playing it
and various speeds (from 16rpm to 78!).

This is a really impressive track, and is an excellent introduction
to proc-rec from these guys.
Because the two are located on different parts of the US, they
dont get to work on music with each other as much as they
(and certainly their fans) would like, however, they both
also have solo projects which may be of some interest :D
Hopefully this will not be the only release from them here, but's still a (long-awaited and highly anticipated!!)
ep from a undoubtedly original and progressive

Don't miss it!!!


Friday, November 21, 2008



November has been a very busy month here
at proc-rec.
We have had over a dozen new releases up for free
download, and a large portion of them have came
from either a new alias or from a new artist!

Well, I am here to tell you about the latest artist to
grace our wonderful label!
His operating alias is Toxic Chicken, and he isn't
a stranger when it comes to the netlabel scene.
With net-releases on various labels, especially
one on the FANTASTIC netlabel, Dramacore (BIG RESPECT!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
, it is safe to say that he knows his way around :)
However, in a way, this isn't his first release with us...
With the introduction of proc-rec's sub-label, "Sexual-Records",
we have had a couple releases on it so far.
And, one of those particular releases came from
Toxic Chicken under his alias of kai Nobuko.
(high recommended!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1)

On this particular ep, Toxic Chicken introduces to
the massive his more rhythmic, ass-shaking, dancefloor tracks.
Six very straight-forward tracks , these pieces
the cullmination of upbeat, happy tracks and
darker, more mysterious/dangerous tunes.
A perfect album for nearly any occasion due to
it's diverseness and download size, it makes an excellent
Christmas Gift for people on a budget :D

He has a very genuine sound and "flavor", but
if you are a fan of Spacecraft, Derex, carfil, or even Static Bass
then I am sure you will find something about this
ep that you will enjoy!
While this music isn't really Techno, I would
consider it to be more closely related to that
genre than anything else.

So, if you havent downloaded it already, I suggest you do...
Then, after you download it put it on your mp3 player
and go to a friends house and download it on their computer as well!!


Wednesday, November 19, 2008



Myself, being an electronic music artist, recognize
and understand the concept of using various
aliases for new or different projects.

Well, Evgenij V. Kharitonov, who has been a crucial
part of the proc-records family, especially during this year,
has released under a handful of different aliases
(EugeneKha, YokoAbsorbing just to name a few)
and is now being featured on a new release with us
using the same name as his very own netlabel, Microbit Project!

Following an extremely rhythm-based theme,
this ep has kicked melody to the sidelines
and given percussion a chance to speak it's mind! :D
Not only that, these pieces are very fast-paced
and are somewhat relentless with their
hard-hitting bombardment of solid kicks, snares
and hi-hats.
Evgenij has shown that he is about as diverse as
artists come these days, and has proven
on many occasions (both on and off compilation releases)
that he can easily produce music to fit almost
any mood or theme.

There are some people who would probably
let their pride or ego get in thier way, which would
keep them from releasing on netlabels.
Fortunately, Evgenij is kind enough
to share his talents with the world and release
his music not only here at proc-rec, but at
many, many many other netlabels (even his own!).

Such people who contribute so positively to the netlabel
scene deserve a round of applause!
So please, join in me in giving Evgenij a standing ovation with
his latest title from a very powerful alias!


Tuesday, November 18, 2008



Coming waaaaaaaaaaaay out of left-field is a new
ep from the internationally respected artist, Razxca.
My reasons for writing so boldly about this release
is the simple fact that it is entirely unlike
anything that we here at proc-records have come to expect
from Mikhail.
Very beat-driven anthems are what make this release
so different.
On albums past, Mikhails sounds have been very
anti-rhtythmic and and higly avant-garde.
Yet, on this new ep, we find him flexing his
skills as a truly diverse musician.

It should be mentioned, however, that these tracks
are a bit older than some of his other material
and therefore do not follow the same musical direction
that Mikhail has been taking lately.
With a slightly old-school sound (especially on tracks 1 and 5)
these pieces have a slightly "dirty" and raw analog-feel to them
which INSTANTLY makes them pleasing to the ears.

The other three tracks on this ep cover a
much deeper early-analog dark ambient genre,
which reminds me of the early days of electronic music
(very much like early Warp Records)
when it seemed like there were an abundance of
styles yet to be discovered.

With MUCH anticipation and pleasure, I am pleased to release
this very high-quality ep from a remarkbly talented gentleman!
Razxca, you are my brother from another mother :D


Monday, November 17, 2008



up next at proc-rec is another release
from yet another new artist to our label!
Coax, a sound project which I am admittedly unfamiliar
with, recently sent over this wonderful little ep
of spectacular noises upon suggestion from
a fellow proc-rec artist, Jonbro (aka The Wizard Rises).
A very good suggestion, indeed!

Deep ambient landscape textures play throughout this album,
and even from the very beginning it is easy
to tell exactly the type of mood to be found within these
Similar in style and sound to artists like
Yoko Absorbing, Vega Stereo, GAAD all fused together
with a little bit of Xenocats mixed in, Coax's first
impression on me has certainly made a
positve and lasting one!

Like any good ambient album, this one features a variety
of colorful tracks which also play alongside
a handful of darker ones.
The perfect amount of volume, an ample supply of reverb,
a matrix of precisely executed sound-effects and
some very catchy track titles, this album is
definitely one that I will be listening to
quite often during these upcoming months of
chilly weather and even colder nights.

As anyone will tell you, first impressions are extremely
important, and it helps to make a profound and direct
statement as quickly and concisely as possibly.
Coax has certainly done this, and there is little doubt
in my mind that this is only a one-time thing!

So, without further delay, i am pleased to announce
the release of the first (of hopefully many more to come!!)
release here at proc-records by the newest
member of the family...


Sunday, November 16, 2008


"Close your eyes and open your mind".
That phrase fits this album perfectly,
and in more ways than one.

Anyone who appreciates good ambient music
(which if you are a regular visitor to proc-rec, odds are you do!)
will certainly agree that this album from our newest
member of the proc-records family is, hands down,
brilliantly produced.
Immediately starting out dark and mysterious, this EP
carries a sense of despair and
peril through and through.
Dark and mysterious are just a few other terms
which can be used to describe this release.
Very much an ambient and drone release, these tracks
are excellent examples of the perfect fusion of
noise/drone/ambient and landscape and
have an amazingly crystal-clear sound.

Though only eighteen minutes long, these twenty-two pieces
work well together which allows this album to
move from one track to the next with a
very fluid motion which , when done correctly, can
really add to an album's success.
Tracks like Pangea (parts 1-4) and Waterdream (parts 1 and 2)
are all pieces which, in my opinion, really stand out among
the rest of the album and which also provide
a solid framework and "backbone" for the EP.

However, please note that this EP is a deep-listening
album and sounds best when heard through headphones
and with no distractions around you to
keep you from absorbing these sounds in their entirety.
Please, do not simply let it play in the background while
you do other things.
Full mental devotion is not only required, but expected
when hearing this (truly) amazing ep.

So, with nothing else more to say, I leave you, the listener,
with the oppurtunity to indulge yourself with a brilliant
ep that is second-to-none on so many levels.
Turn out the lights, put on your headphones, and immerse
yourself in the wonderful sounds of...


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