Monday, June 28, 2010



the past two years or so have seen
a large amount of albums from Sascha Müller,
most of which have been DJ-appropriate
in almost any occasion and have been a
total of two, sometimes three (the third
track was usually a remix) tracks
which revolved around a particular theme.
More often than not, this theme was packing
a dancefloor full of people and
watching their bodies move to the voluptuous
kicks, snares, and high hats.

Sascha's music always delivers
premium quality sound, and with
proc-rec, that is precisely what I hope to

The album opens with a track that
takes a little while to build up completely,
although the final product is well worth the wait
simply because he transforms a simple techno
beat into something much more profound
and meaningful.
layering sharp-edged crispy basslines and
even sharper lead synths over the beat, he
moves the track in the proper direction.

The first track ends abruptly and
moves us right into the second piece, which
takes off very quickly and maintaines the
speed and level throughout.
Black is my personal favorite track on
the album, and is also one of the best tracks ive
witnessed from Sascha in a long time.
It seems to go back to the roots
of the early days of DJ techno and what better
person to do that than Sascha Müller!!!!

as always, this release is a must-have from
proc AND sascha
(the man who needs no introduction whatsoever!!!)


Sunday, June 20, 2010



It is hard to believe how long it has
been since proc has had an album from
Toxic Chicken, although I am now
pleased to announce the first of 3 total albums
by the sound genious, two of which
will be found on proc with the other
on our sub-label, 4m@-records.

Toxic Chicken is none other than Kai Nobuko, a man
who I admire tremendously for not only the
music he makes, but also for the way he lives
life. Never worried about how he will survive
with each passing day, he is certainly a testament
and great example of how to approach life...
always have an open mind, an open heart, and make
electronic music as often as you
possibly can!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This album follows the same type of
theme as much of his other work.
great, straight-forward dancefloor
tunes perfect for rocking out and getting
hot girls to rock out with you!!!! (:
Toxic Chicken takes techno to a
completely new and entirely
friendly level by putting an always happy
spin to his work.
Comprised of eight total tracks, none of which
go beyond 2:37, Kai gets right down
to business by starting out with strong, funky
and fun tracks and finishing
in the very same way.
And even with his higher-than-average
bitrate encoding
of 256kbps (he is usually found writing
tracks at a much, much lower bitrate), these
tracks still manage to sound very
old school, analog, and full of that lovely
low-fidelity sound!!

what more can I say?
it's just great music, man!
It would be a shame for you to miss out
on such a wonderful album at such
a wonderful price.

play it for the people you love (;


Saturday, June 19, 2010



even at the very begining stages of
proc's life, it has been a label where
many artists have jump-started their musical
career on (and off) the netlabel scene.
Artists like Qygen, Spacecraft, The Gemini Lounge Orchestra,
Micron, (and countless others), are just a few
examples of artists who
have decided to go underground
and release on a global
platform, demonstrating their unique
sounds and talents through
a method which promotes creativity
simply by restricting...restrictiveness!
This next release is from just such a fella.
Using his alias of bUScITRA , Adrian McCann
(who hails from the US) has for the first
time entered the underground music scene
by allowing proc to release his debut album.

While quite brief in runtime, this album
packs a definite wallop of
hardcore dancefloor sound.
Adrian follows a similar theme throughout
the entire length of this album by
extensively using glitched and spliced
vocal patterns, layering simple, yet effective,
drum sequences very thick over them, then
peppers in some nice little melodic textures
into the mix, simply for good measure.

This is some truly unique work, however, and
much like with any other form of sound, it may not
appeal to everyone.
For example, things such as the slightly provocative
track titles, heavy usage of glitched vocality
and the hardcore style of the drum patterns
may have a tendency to make a few people
However, I have made it a personal goal
of mine to make sure that only the most
original music gets released on proc, and, only
by people who are willing to push the limits
of their own minds and skills and experiment
with an art-form which has such an
incredable diversity, not only from
coast to coast or from country to country,
but by person to person and album to album as well.

As Adrian's skills as an artist continue
to develop and evolve, I will be paying close
attention to his latest material, wherever
it may be that he chooses to release it.

I am pleased to announce not only the newest
member of the proc-rec familiy, but also
the newest ep on proc...


Wednesday, June 9, 2010



a brand new album being released on proc
which was given to me by my good friend
Microbit Project is precisely the reason
I am overjoyed with writing this note.

While proc-rec doesnt necessarily
focus on one particular aspect of
electronic music, I tend to be
more profoundly interested in releasing
dark ambient, noise, drone, and
heavily experimental audio, as opposed to
strictly dance music.
This latest EP is definitely the type of
sound I appreciate most (:
Microbit Project has a very extensive
career on the underground music scene.
He operates a very busy blogspot which
showcases all of the latest and most up-to-date
low bitrate music news, while also
operating multiple netlabels and
making music under
his various aliases...trulya busy man!!
and a talented man, as well!!!!!

While I thoroughly enjoy all of his music,
this album might become my personal
favorite of his entire work, simply because it
is so minimal, dark, mysterious and
very, very experimental.
Taking the listener on a vast journey
into the unknown, Evgenij has created a
landscape of deep sound which encompasses
your entire thought process and bombards
it with continuous simplicity.

This is an album which I have listened
to on multiple
occasions before I finally
decided to release
it and with each time
of new listening, I find
something new about it
that I enjoy!!
and even with the low bitrate encoding, the
track still is remarkably clear and perfect.

Microbit Project hasnt released
with proc in a while, although I am very pleased
to have him back and willing to give us
such a unique and proper album!

with much respect to Evgenij, I am proud
to finally release...


Thursday, June 3, 2010



my time this evening is pretty short,
although i felt the desire to once
again hit the web and release
some fantastic new music from
an artist that proc-rec hasn't
heard from in a very long time,
Strawberry Milkshake Inc,
although for this
album he has chosen his
new alias of Cock 7 as a way
to move away from his older
material and enter a new
realm of sound production (:

While I dont really know a whole
lot about this particular
artist, I do know a few
crucial things like... he's from
the great country of Russia... and I
really enjoy his music!!

This album is a 4-track ep of
some seriously hard-hitters geared
up, primed and ready to go!
the tracks are very beat-oriented,
with a heavy emphasis on
extremely crunchy distortion and
rhythmic intuitiveness.
all 4 tracks are encoded to 320
kbps and are all in mp3 encoding.

It's easy to see
that Russia truly has a strong
grip on the electronic music scene
by providing the underground
with artists like this.
This album is durable little package
of some exquisitely hardcore tracks
and doesnt take up much space
at all on an mp3 player.
If you're a DJ who's planning
on playing some really deep tracks
to get the party jumping, be sure
to bring this along and watch the crowd
go wild!!

enjoy the sounds!!!


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