Wednesday, December 30, 2009



despite the fact of how shitty 2009 was, the global
good-music scene was in full effect here at proc-records
and now, as we bring 2009 to a close, what better
way to do celebrate than by releasing some
splended low bit hardcore electronica from
none other than Toledo's own soundboy, splfk!!!

This is is Splfk's debut solo release with proc-rec
and boy howdy is it a good one!!
To give a little insight to just who this fella is..
Splfk is the musical alias of Rich N., a fellow Toledo resident
(as I am too) who not only produces quality music
on a regular basis, but also manages his own
fantastic net.label Splatterfunk, which has released some
notable people, which (of course) include RedSK, another
admirable sound artist in this underground scene.
Rich's work, which shares a striking resemblance to
early hardcore jungle and IDM, is incredably bassy, intense
and brutal, although welcoming enough to
allow anyone who has a glimmer of interest
in the genre a chance to re-acquaint themselves with
it's beauty and splendor.
(I mean...let's face it, we all know electronic music is the best
and requires the most amount of skill and talent)
lol, ok...I know that came off a little cocky, but it really IS true!
electronic music has come a long way over the years, and there
is a massive scene of talented people, flexing their
musical muscles by demonstrating their abilites for free.
welcome to the underground ;)
although, Probably my main reason for being
so excited about the release
of this album is the simple fact that I can rest a little
easier knowing that there are in fact people in my hometown
who care about this scene enough to do what they love.

Now,as I mentioned before, Rich's sound has somewhat
of an oldschool flavor to it. Similar in style to
the likes of Venetians Snares, Splfk is an alias which
sucessfully fuses styles like gabber, breakcore,
ambient,and hardcore techno, not to mention a little bit
of funk jazz melodic textures (like you'll hear on Intessa) in a way
that baffles the mind with his ease of doing so.
An introduction solo ep of this caliber is paramount to any label,
be it digital or physical. It just so happens that proc
has once again been fortunate enough to be in contact
with such talented and gifted individuals like Richard.

With music this strong and deep, it is difficult to explain in
too much detail about the specifics of each track.
Instead, I would encourage everyone reading this
document right now to STOP IMMEDIATELY
and direct your attention completely to the audio being given.
The high-replay value of this album is enough to make anyone's
new year just a little brighter ;)

without a second to spare, proc-records is pleased to
announce the debut solo release of a valued member to
our audio family...
for the music lovers everywhere...this one's for you ;)


Sunday, December 27, 2009



even with as chaotic and hecktic
as the holiday season is here in the States, I still
try to keep proc-records as active as possible
without it becoming to burdensome on my already
limited time.
fortunately, operating proc is nothing short of a labor
of love which allows me to be a part of something
exciting on this quickly falling netlabel scene.

now, please pay attention.
the fascinating sounds of jjoth are about to be
heard once more, although this time they are
found cased within the shell of a brand new
sub-alias called "nancylovesgerms".
While I'm unsure as to whether this alias will become his
primary name for beat-based material, it is still
a nice little addition to his already interesting catalog.

Encoded at a cbr of 8kbps, 8khz (an encoding quality from jjoth
which we have experienced on many delightful ocassions this
ep contains only one piece and has a runtime of roughly
eight minutes or so.
Even at this low low bitrate, nancylovesgerms is able
to retain an ample amount of sound.
While I wouldnt classify this track as "techno", the
beat structure and melody timing are what
one could expect from a traditional techno or house track.
However, it also does seem to have a large amount
of experimentalism running through it deeply.
Either way, genre's really aren't a concern for jjoth, and
they never have been!
a strong emphasis on sound and an even
stronger emphasis on originality is what I look forward
to the most from anything new by this subtle audio mastermind.

if you've been a fanboy of jjoth like me,
this refreshing new alias is something like a cool breeze
on a hot summer day.
I like it when people shake up the scene a little bit ;)
keep in mind, jjoth doesnt only release at proc-records.
He recently had a release on the fantastic microbit records
and also a little release on Love Torture records
back at [LTR236].

no time for reading, start downloading!!!!


Monday, December 14, 2009



one of the surest signs that the underground
demoscene is still not only active, but thriving as well
is a having a new release from army of 2600
(xenocats) to play at maximum volume in
small, jam packed venues....or through
speakers andheadphones (:
Nebraska's very own soundboy, and an internationally
recognized sound artist through the releasing
of his material at various audio outposts, mike's
reputable solo projects have become excellent
positive and progressive ways for people to come
together for a little while and enjoy some quality music.

proc has not seen a release from AO2600 in quite some time.
As a matter of fact, the first -and last- time the alias
appeared at proc-rec was on a split release he did
with...himself as xenocats on [proc195].
Combing the best things about his styles and putting
them all onto one album seemed to be a highly appropriate thing
to do, especially during these
reputation-damaging times when so few people
seem to take their work seriously.

Throughout this entire album, one
constant theme is found...true creativity
in the most experimental and original sense of meaning.
Premium vocal samples distorted to oblivion, grinding and
pulsating white-noise deteriorate the foundation
of these pieces while an equally pleasing
array of dark melodic textures join forces with 8-bit sounding
effects and drum sequences to lay a solid foundation
for the progression of the tracks.
Along with all of this, Mike's signature "distant" sound is
noticable and help provide a feeling of detachment from
the outside world.
In a place where so much confusion
and chaos exhists FOR REAL, I find it comforting to know that
one can retreat from such a painful and harsh
reality and retreat into an equally interesting and complex

hahaha, okay, I'm sure statement alone may have
been a little over a few peoples
heads, though I assure you,
such things are nothing to worry about.
At this time, the only thing you
should be thinking about
is how you are going to find reciepts
for all of the crappy cd's you bought
from best buy or target
over the years, now that you
have discovered the place
where real music and
art can be accessed.
With people like this guy around,
it's a wonder people
enjoy the new garbage coming out
on the radio on a daily basis.

without further ado, proc-rec
is pleased announce the re-semi-debut of Army Of 2600!!


Sunday, December 13, 2009




I honestly could have just let that phrase
be the entire review, because, as usual,
Qygen delivers nothing short of perfection with
this incredably brilliant and fascinating HARDCORE
album of straight-forward, delicious techno.
The man who brought you the (in my opinion)
album of the year titled "Enchanted"
has been generous enough to hit the scene once
again and simply GIVE away his music for
the global massive to download and enjoy!!

Qygen, who I have unfortunately only come to
know through the interweb for a little over a year or so
is one a true fella and truly embodies the qualities
which proc-records looks for in her artists...character!
Techno, like many other genre's, gets so watered down
by people who only feel the need to keep a steady
4/4 beat with little or no changes whatsoever
throughout the piece.
Qygen on the other hand understands the importance
of proper beat and melody manipulation, along with the
euphoric aural-manipulation capabilites it can have
when executed properly!
Just pick up any one of his handful of albums found
exclusively at proc-records
and you'll see (hear) exactly what I'm talking about.

At any rate, the title of this new LP is quite
fitting and describes this album perfectly.
Eric's sound pallet is also very fulfilling in the sense
that he can easily branch off into other forms
of electronica (even on the same album)
without the slightest hint of slowing down or
limiting the quality of his work.
While much of his music is rooted within the jungle
and trance aspects, he can just as easily
splice and dice any vocal sample or melody with
such greats like prefuse 73 or ventian snares.
looking for maybe a little but of ambient? it's on here.
8bit? some, yep!
well, how about turntablism?....(:

This album is quite a treat for the raver(s) on your xmas list
this year, and best of all, it's free!!!
Each of these pieces, complexingly simple as
they may be, are also highly remixable in nature and
will not disappoint you in the slightest, take my word for it.


Tuesday, December 8, 2009



Who's ready to party
underground rave style??? :D
If you downloaded this album, then odds are that
you've been searching the internet for a great
little lowbit acid techno ep.
My friend, you have located
such an album right now!

this ep is nothing more than a two track
split between me and the true king of underground
lowbit electronica, Microbit Project.
Evgenij has been involved with
music and the netlabel scene as a whole
for a while now.
He has had album after album on reputable
labels worldwide, some of which include noiseKoncept,
LTR, proc, Super 6, Intox Noize, and Pavillon36.
Not to mention still finding time to operate
one of the strongest lowbit netlabels I've ever
encountered, AND actively promoting other
labels in the lowbit style through his webzine lobit_ru.
Needless to say, he is a very very
busy man, and his presence is certainly
felt in various aspects of the music scene.
I on the other hand have been quite limited
in time to work on my own music these days, so
it was nice to be able to construct a little piece for this
split release.

This is pretty much just a straight-forward acid techno
ep made specifically for people to put on their
dancing shoes and dance the night away!
You are witnessing just a small amount
of what the underground has to offer!!!
Evgenij and I hope you enjoy this little
album as much as we do!!

stay strong!!!!!!!!


Saturday, December 5, 2009



the next grand album featured
exclusively on proc comes from none other
than the fantastic electronic-country of
The artists this time around is named
Tim Aminov, and his 'Fragments' ep
is quite calming and soothing on many weary souls
during these stressful times.

Tim has been an active producer since the age
of 13, and over the course of his
teenage and adult years, he has managed to
produce many delightful tunes.On top of all this,
he has also been actively releasing music
on his netlabel "Miniral Records"!

Listening to Tim explain this album to me
was something which I feel many artists
have experienced before.
As it is, it was not his original intention to collect
these tracks and release them as an album.
Instead, these are tracks which were complete
or mostly complete and worked well
together on an album.
Much like a puzzel has pieces, these tracks were
used as pieces to a sound-puzzle, one which is
now essentially complete (:

As you listen to this album, it is easy to not only here,
but feel the emotion as well.
Emotion which runs deep and pierces the entire
Relying more upon rhythmic melody as opposed
to percussion as way to progress the pieces
further, Tim's eloquent approach
to classical electronica fusion is
impressive to say the least.
Giving the listener a sense of abandonment at time, these
tracks also provide a comfortable reminder that
although we may feel alone at times, there
is always someone there to be a part of our life
in very profound ways.
This album has a complete runtime of twenty-minutes
and has a total of eight tracks, arranged in fantastic
order and equalized for optimal enjoyment.

I could only hope to have more music from Tim in the
future, although I also know how difficult it can
be at times to produce music and run a label as well.
In any case, this album is a perfect companion for chilly
winter evenings, looking out of your window with a
fresh cup of coffee and watching the snow fall.


(the seventh track, Eyes is probably my favorite track
on this album!!)

Monday, November 30, 2009



I think I speak for everyone
here when I say that it's been
entire too long for a new release
from Josstintimberlake here at proc.
Fortunately for the ears of all, we now
have exactly such a thing and are
able to celebrate properly at it's arriveal! :)
Donning his alias of Joss Manley, mr. JT
felt the need to release something
on proc-rec.
So, he went diggin'through his old
archives of previously unreleased audio and
sent this over!

This album is essentially just a collection
pieces that he prepaired
nearly half a decade ago on (of course!)
a Commodore 64 using what he admitted
was an "obscure piece of software from 1983.
the wierdest music program i've ever used".
While it is noticable that these tracks are
slightly dated (or maybe thats just because
the software is older?)
the music is nonetheless true to the oldschool,
lovely lobit nature which IS Josstintimberlake.

All in all, this is a great album.
It is much more directed to a glitchy
perspective of 8bit/chiptune techno although it
happens to have a more mild or
laid-back demeanor due to the slower bpm
of a few of the pieces.
As a self-PROClaimed avid fan of
this man's work, I highly recommend
downloading it and putting it with your collection
of his other works (and proc isnt the only one who
releases this guy's stuff!!).

------for those of you who may be interested
in attempting to make your own audio
using this dated program, check it out online.
It's called ultisynth64.------

I'm not really sure what else to say, man.
I mean, this is definitely a cool ep, and it was
a blast hearing some original tunes
from an original dude, but does
that constitute for an actual music review???


currently the proudest netlabel
on the WWW, proc-records
is once again providing
the global massive of lobit acid house champions
some new solid beats to get down and funky with,
regardless of your location.


Thursday, November 26, 2009



well, thanksgiving is here, and I certainly
have something to be thankful for
....more great music!!

The Wizard Riss is the musical alias of none other than
Jonathan Brodsky who (if im not mistaken)
last appeared on proc-records, with the exception
of compilations, as boxcutterblower back
at proc232.
Nonetheless, he has returned to proc with
a lovely little three-track gem of supreme
quality, grimey, hardcore techno!

Consistant breakbeat arrangements provide
adequate progression
of the tracks, while melodies with ever-so
perfect pitch give the pieces (especially "ELEVEN")
an incredably larger listening experience (:

Much like what I have come to expect from
Jon, this album flows beautifuly as a
whole. I have listened to the tracks on this album
individually, consecutively and inconsecutively and have
found that the track arrangement of
this album is equally as superb.
To me, how the album plays out is almost just as
important as the tracks themselves and therefore
a nicely flowing album is crucial to
the element or atmosphere that the artist is
wishing to promote with their sounds.
Once again, Jon is right on the money!

Stylistically, the three pieces, TEN, ELEVEN , and TWELEVE
are as similar as they are different.
The opening piece, TEN opens with a
spurratic 8-bit sounding lead which
promptly carries us into a hardcore rave hit chock
full of kicks, snares, DEEP and whobbly basslines
and background melodic sequences that really give
the impression of being in an old, dark warehouse
raving it up with about a hundred other music lovers!

As the bassline carries out on the opening piece, track two
slowly introduces itself with another great opening
synthline, though quickly the drum sequences
sneak their way into the mix and we are immediately
swept away on the second part of this delicious rave

Rounding out the EP is TWELVE.
A bit darker than the second track, this piece
is very much like the opener.
The brief reverse(?) organ instumentation is especially
cool and adds a nice element of darkness to the track.
While also boasting the killer
percussion sequencing, this track also has some
interesting samples peppered throughout.
an excellent way to end an already cool album.

Jon's unique style and sound are very admirable
and impressionable to those with a keen ear.
If an original, yet almost traditional hardcore techno electonica
album is something that you've been craving lately,
allow me to have the honours of providing you with such.
the gift hearing...something I am truly grateful for...


Tuesday, November 24, 2009



as we grow older, it is fun to sometimes
take a moment and reflect on events days and
days gone past.
back to times when we shared a laugh with
good friends, had a brief scare over news
of a loved one in danger, or just simply
drinking coffee with the first love
of our life.
Looking at pictures of us with old friends,
remembering the trouble we used to
get into and wasting summer days away
in an empty parking lot drinking a coke
and just messing around.
Yes, these are just some of the things that
come to mind with old, past things.
Although, with an artist such as Qygen, it can
be quite interesting to see and hear how
differently his styles and musical direction have
changed, even over the past two years!!

As the title suggests, this album is music by
the ONE AND ONLY Qygen, made back in 2007.
However, while these tracks are admittedly
slightly more timid and rough around the edges, they
are certainly not by any means "Crap".
Speaking from experience, early material
is never a solid place to let a seasonsed electronic
listener gain their bearings
(with the exception of Plastikman and Aphex Twin...
"sheet one" and Selected Ambient works".....)
Even within the context of how early this album
actually is, these pieces are remarkably cohesive and
the sound-recording quality is still some of
the clearest and un-abrasive that has come
my direction.
In addition, the programming styles and the methodic
drum and melody sequencing are still very much
recognizeable as none other than Eric's.

I give this guy alot of credit
and even more praise for his extraordinary
ability as a sound creator.
He is without-a-doubt one of the most
crucial components to this netlabel family, and having
regular albums from him here has been not
only a pleasant experience, but a rewarding one as well.

Do yourself a favor today.
Take a moment to step back.
Call up some old friends, reminisce about old times,
and give this album a spin or two ;)


Sunday, November 22, 2009



with the holiday season fast approaching,
people are running around like crazy looking for
that special gift to give to that special person...
I have the perfect idea!
1. grab a sheet of paper
2. write down "" on it
3.have them scroll down to [proc353] and
let them download it.
heck, you dont even have to wrap it!!
it's already pre-packaged in a
slim little .zip folder just BEGGING to be heard!! :D

that's right, ladies and gentlemen!
VWT is back at proc-records with a brand
spankin new release of three tracks that are quite
different from the dark, harsh, rather abraisive
hardcore noise that we here had come to recognize from
This time around he has taken a much more subtle,
rhythm-based, minimalistic approach to his work.
These three tracks are remarkably executed and
Perfect glitch clicks accompany one-another
amongst the equally as strong kicks, snares,
brief melodic segments and
even spurratic reverse vocal samples!!
and, if thats not enough for ya, give your
subwoofer a little extra "oomph", because
there are some truly wicked basslines on
this ep that demand some extra attention ;)

As a whole, the album is very fluid and
should appeal to even the most
hardcore minimal-electronica fanboy.
This is a side of VWT that I am somewhat
new to, though I am incredably drawn towards.
He has certainly shown his diversity in sound
creation with this epic journey into minimal/click-house.

If you happen to be traveling lengthy distances
this holiday season, be sure to make this
ep a regular companion with your
portable media device.
It is sure to make every moment that much more


Wednesday, November 18, 2009



After much patient waiting, proc-records
FINALLY has a brand new release from the
always incredable Dirk Lienig!!

His past albums have left a permanent
and very positive mark on this fine
label and due to the brief moment
of silence between his last album and this one,
this is certainly quite a nice reason to celebrate
the return of such a multi-faceted artist (:
Initially, Dirk first released on
proc-rec back in 2008 withhis "Ritual EP".
This album (and nearly every album since then
from him) was an instant classic.

In addition to having solo albums
released with us, Dirk's skills have also been
featured on various compilations here
on proc, some of which include
[proc301]Various_Artists_-_Proc_Wreck and

This particular album takes us back to Dirk's more
danceable, rhythm-based musical roots.
Noticeable throughout this release are his signature
sound textures and ambient soundscapes which
collide against one another in beautiful
sound harmony.
A solid runtime of under twenty-minutes, these
five pieces, rendered at 320 kbps,
are the perfect companion to any
music lover's electronica catalog.

As I said before, it truly is a nice feeling
to have a new album from Dirk Lienig.
He is a crucial component to the proc-records
family, and this spectacular ep was
well worth the wait.
Do not hesitate to download this
and share it with the people you love

Back in action once again,
proc-rec is pleased to announce the arrival of
our newest release...


Wednesday, November 11, 2009



Ahhh yes!
after an exceedingly brutal compilation
here at proc-records, it is now time once again
to step back, take a deep breath
and get lost completely in pure ambience
through listening to a new release
from a new artist to our
family, The Vanhalia Project!

With quite an extensive musical background,
and equally admirable skills in ambient sound
The Vanhalia Project, aka Giovanni Alibrandi, began
his voyage into sound through
producing small pieces of audio which
were specifically designed for use on web-pages.
As time went on and his interests grew, he eventually
began to produce more extensively
which has resulted in having his work
transmitted on various internet radio stations.
He also has had a release on the
highly reputable Enough Records
netlabel, which is a fellow friend of

On this album are four exquisitly designed and
composed ambient pieces which take
the mind on a subtle voyage through
various soundscapes and atmospheres
of reality, leaving the listener comforted in
the sounds, yet feeling isolated and
alone, as if the world around them ceased to
exist, or rather, had been paused momentarily.
A strange way to describe this release, yes, although
I'm sure you will find it to be accurate!
Everything about this album is perfect.
I have already played it multiple times, and am
garaunteed to play it many, many more.
It is honestly too good to simply pass up
or play only once.
I was especially fond of the track "Sogno D'Autunno".

Here in the United States, as we say goodbye
to summer and welcome in Autumn and Winter,
it is nice to know that even on the cold
days with little to do, there is still some
great music that can be enjoyed by music fans
of all ages and from nearly every stage of life.

The first of (hopefully!!) many more to come,
proc-rec is proud to announce the release of...


Thursday, November 5, 2009



im going to keep these notes short, so listen up.
you are about to witness the strength of
the underground.

this is proc350.
On it you will find a comprehensive grouping
of "hardcore" tracks, with which I have allowed
the artists to define the term "hardcore" for themselves.
as such, these tracks, brutal as they may be,
may sound substantially different from one another.
In any case, I'm sure you will find this
compilation to be an interesting one to say the least,
and certainly an enjoyable one!

day by day, the proc-records catalog
AND family continue to grow and expand , reaching
the farthest, most remote parts of
the planet, to the heart of the biggest cities in the world.
This is no ordinary netlabel.
we are proc-records.
and noise WILL be noise


Wednesday, November 4, 2009



There comes a time in everyones life
when they realize their true potential
and discover what it is that they really
want to do.
For me, one of those things is releasing
open-source music through a non-media controlled
conglomerate, dictating to me what they think
I would like to hear or what they think
interests me the most!
screw all that, man!
I went underground, started proc-rec, and
never looked back since.
Now, with regards to the artist featured on
this next album, MNINS, we share similar
ideals in terms of music and the like.
We both produce music, both operate netlabels,
and both appreciate art in it's truest form.
The only difference is....MNINS IS AMAZING
at what he does!!!

MNINS (which I'm told is pronounced "Nines")
is by no means a newcomer
to this glorious scene.
As I mentioned before, he
operates his own netlabel
called Unaware Records, has
released on proc-rec
and other reputable labels
in the past, and
maintains an admirable
level of productivity,
one which is almost unsurpassed in
quality and regularity.

This album is nothing short of perfect
on utterly simplistic levels.
Through manipulation of solid walls of
noise, MNINS gradually changes the focus
of this piece, pulling it apart into different
directions and taking it to
someplace else entirely.

Bottom line, ANYTHING from this guy
is sure to be top-notch quality, and expect
nothing less from your primary audio source
known only as proc-records.




Oh man...this is EXACTLY what
I need right now!!
A brand new killer release from
the one and ONLY...Xenocats!!!
Please, allow me to briefly school the naive
and casual so called "music fan" about just
who exactly this phenominal
sound artist actually is...

Xenocats, aka Mike, aka darkfacepilot,
aka ARMY OF 2600 is the coolest,
roughest, impressivest, sound creatinist bad-boy
hailing from the great
state of Nebraska, USA.
With releases on almost
every cool netlabel out
there on the underground
circuit, and even
having a track showcased
on a limited-run cdr by
the Zvukovina out of Sarajevo,
it is clear that his dedication
to sound creation, mind opening, and
above, is a task which
he takes very seriously (something kinda rare
these days!!)

Now, with regards to this new album, I
was completely floored when I first
laid my ears on it.
Stylistically, it was unlike anything that
I had heard from him before, though
it was undeniably something which
his hands (paws?) had created.
His un-paralleled, genuine and rich sound
is quite distinct and almost in a category
in and of itself.
This album has strong lo-fi properties,
and uses much more static background noise
and various other intense effects which
do an excellent job of filling in the fleeting
gaps of silence and continuously feeding
your ears with its beauty.
Whats more, even with as intense as these pieces
are, they are never forceful, nor do they
demand your full attention
(though they certainly are worthy of it!!!) .
I guess what I'm trying to say is that, while these tracks
are very destructive in nature,
they are also as laid-back and relaxed
as a cat lounging around in
the sun...and THAT, my friends, is the way
Xenocats has held a special place
in many a music lover's heart for so long.

Without a doubt, Xenocats is one of my
personal favorite artists around here at proc-records,
and while it had been a while since
his last release with us, I can assure was
well worth the wait!!

Take a few hits of catnip, put on some headphones
and join us on this sonic journey
through life...and sound -.-


Monday, November 2, 2009



After much time passed, GAAD is finally back
at proc-records with the brutal sounds that he
is so well known (and equally apprecitated) for!!!

It had been quite a while since
last we had heard from this noise-geneous
from Montegro, although the
term "good things come to those who wait" is
a proper description of how I feel about this
new release from a true legend in noise audio.

GAAD has played a signigicant role in
the underground by distributing his brutal
sound files at various physical and net-labels
throughout the scene, acquiring praiseworthy
reviews time and time again (for good reason, too!)
For you see, this is no ordinary sound artist.
GAAD takes various sources of inspiration and
melodically transforms and deforms them into
his own uniqe pile of concrete audio-slush.

This Ep, running a total of over twenty-one
minutes is a great way to re-introduce yourself
to an artist who has been somewhat of a stranger
to our fine label for a few months.
Demonstrating only the most brutal sound techniques
around, this gentleman shows no mercy with his
intense show of skills, leaving the listener to
fend for themselves after being utterly
destroyed by it's ravid rampage of terror.

hahaha, okay so maybe its not quite THAT intense,
but just like his past albums, this
one is certainly nothing
short of incredable and inspirational.
GAAD always has the uncanny ability to satisfy
the ear-hunger of even the most
starving noise fan ;)
dont waste another moment!!!!

p.s. be sure to check out !!!




Electronic music comes in many
shapes, styles, and sounds.
This statement is quite true.
However, it also comes from many
places throughout this wonderful planet that we
call "Earth", and this newest release
at proc-records, by none other than nuoh
hails straight from the grand country of Poland!!!

On this release we can see that even though
these tracks are already a few years old, they
are still quite ahead of their time, even with
their simplicity.
This of course works out to the
album's advantage in multiple ways, but
the most effective is it's very calm and hypnotizing
effect on the mind, body and spirit.

Aside from his split-release with Flat Affect
here at proc earlier this year,
I admit that I am still a bit un-familiar with Nuoh
as an artist, although it appears as though
he has worked rather extensively with
labels like the amazing "Smell The Stench", which
is operated by Flat Affect as well!
Among a few other netlabels, he has had a couple
noteable outputs at various cdr labels (:

Either way, it is now our turn here at proc to
have the privelage of releasing
these wonderful
drones for the underground to
download and enjoy!

Some people may have a bit of difficulty
ocating a proper media player to use for these
pieces, and while i typically use Winamp for
all of my media enjoyment, I recommend
using VLC media player to obtain a much richer
and adequite sound.

either way, however you decide to listen to this
album, be sure to wear headphones, close your eyes
and relax.
you're in for an ambient/drone/glitch treat (:


Tuesday, October 27, 2009



proc-rec is trekking right along, once again
releasing some highly experimental, and equally
as interesting noise-ish, low-fi electronic
music for completely 100% free download
(because, well, music SHOULD be free!!)

Tabu Monist is an artist who is somewhat
of a newcomer to the proc-rec scene, although
with this new album from him, I am
very inquisitive as to what lies
beneath this rather mysterious artists
surface, musically speaking.

This particular album is just as diverse as the
artist himself, it would seem.
The tracks are quite different from one
another in terms of style, conception
and overall sound.
However, with as diverse as these tracks
are from one another, the ep flows
remarkably well.

i am going to keep this review brief, only
because the concept of this album
is so texturally unique and I rather enjoy
allowing it to play as opposed to
voicing my silly opinion about it.
after all, you have a brain.
think for yourself!!


Thursday, October 22, 2009



every once in a while in the
underground, an artist comes along
who dictates a very direct message and captures an
audience with his or her music. Not only myself, but
anyone involved in proc-records
has had the pleasure of experiencing on
multiple occasions the brilliant work of one Eric Johnson
also known as Qygen.

Deserving endless praise and genuine admiration for
his work, Eric's presence here at proc-rec
has been not only greatly appreciated, but
endlessly loved and admired time and time again.
With each new album, I re-affirm my love for this guys
work. It seems as though each release (somehow) outdoes
itself and never ceases to please the aural compartments of
my mind.

There is a special place in "electronic music heaven"
for people who take pride in their work and show
true dedication in sound creation like this.
(I know, I am probably boring you to death with
this continuous praising of
this release, but please
understand that I get excited when
I hear utterly fantastic
electronic music, especially that of a
genre like Trance, which
has severly let me down over the years)

Now, as I have no doubt said before, this is
the best Qygen release I have heard so far, and you can
bet I will be burning it onto a cd and spinning it
quite often.


Tuesday, October 13, 2009



after a much needed vacation, proc-rec is
active once again.
Our continuing mission: to provide
the global underground massive with a most
brutal, yet equally enjoyable
listening experience
through the various facets and
genres of electronic music.
And [proc342] is a prime piece of
highly experimental punk-garbage-noise
by the newest 2-person project
of RedSK and Insideout028!!!

Both gentleman are artists who require no
form of introduction whatsoever.
If you have had any exposure to
the netlabel scene whatsoever, I'm sure
their aliases have been mentioned a time
or two (;

This album, which is just slightly
under twenty minutes, showcases two
brilliant noisers that love what they do, doing
what they love best...destroying a genre
completely, pulverizing it to a pulp,
cross breeding it with countless other lovely
noisy sub-genres, and then breathing
life back into the crazy noise-beast they
had just created.
It's a crazy process,really. But they make
it work so beautifully (:

I know that was a rather confusingly vague
and somewhat open-ended description, however
proc-rec wishes to focus more upon
the sounds than by mere text and sight.
After all, you should know exactly what you're
getting into when you download an
album from those two guys.
and that is...nothing less than perfection.
(which, by the way, also happens to be what to
expect from as well)

What are you doing still reading this??
crank that volume UUUPPP!!!!

big respect to both artists.
keeping things as real as possible for
art lovers world-wide.


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