Sunday, April 17, 2011


I'm looking for people
to actively
update the proc-rec
discogs page at
their own convenience.

i am trying to maintain a cohesive
and complete listing of all proc
and 4m@ releases, and
due to time
restraints i am unable to
keep the page complete.

thanks in advance!


sorry for the delay at 4m@...
there are seven (7) new releases
at 4m@ records, including
FUNDERGROUND compilations 9 and 10!!!

check them out :D



I'm not really a person who
likes alot of sweet or sugary foods.
In fact, the few pieces of candy that I eat
are usually just small pieces and
rarely ever anything big like pieces
of cake or candy bars, etc.
However, this new release from
the globally funkalicious sound
producer, Toxic Chicken, is a sweet
piece of head candy that I could
easily sink my teeth into again
and again.....and again, and have!!

Making his music on a computer
which is soon to die from a
fire ant infestation, I have encouraged
TC to push his machine to it's limits
and to create something which
could satisfy the underground, even
people on audio-diets!!

from begining to end, this album
has all of the right elements for
a strong, gripping album.
perfect harmony and pitch, reverb galor
and that ever so sweet percussion
that sends a chill down your spine
every time.

There isn't one track which stands
out among the rest on this album,
although if i were to pick a favorite,
it would undoubtedly be
today the world ends but im still here.
It is this track which, I feel,
defines the album and encompasses
everything which I mentioned above
about what makes an album good!!

Toxic Chicken's music will never die
(who knows? maybe neither will he!)
A man who I greatly admire, appreciate
and respect with every bone in my body,
the true embodiment of the underground
and the poster-child of what it
means to be a proc-rec artist!!!!!

Toxic Chicken_-_Do_You_Like_Sweets

Saturday, April 9, 2011



the internet has been
a wonderful and useful
tool for "shrinking" the size
of the planet.
now, artists can connect
in just a few moment
to share ideas and communicate,
something which would
have taken weeks or sometimes
even months in the past!
well, with just a little luck, two
very prominent artists in the
netlabel scene, and
even more specificaly here
at proc, the ambient
duo of the harsh "voodoo child"
Dairyola and the always
fantastic Pollux have
teamed up to provide proc
with an exceptionally
brilliant split ep!!!

The album stats off with
three strong ambient tracks,
which carry the listener on a soft
pillow of cloud to the most
remote area's of your mind.
Slow moving, yet fully eventful,
Pollux's tried and true style
of ambient has been an asset
to his style of sound.
But, don't get too comfortable,
because the album soon takes on
a completely different direction
with Dairyola's brutal ear-thrashing
track, SSDD.
A solid shape-shifting
noise/drone piece which uses
spurratic blasts of randomness
to bring an end to any and all silence.

In many ways (or at least
on this album) Dairyola could
be called the Yang to Pollux's Yin.
Both artists are amazingly
unique and skilled, and bringing them
both together on this split
was a truly wonderful idea!

if you are an ambient fan looking
for some good noise, download this.
noise fan looking for some great
ambience? you know what to do!
everyone else, download this
and see what you've been missing
all these years!!!


readme 2.0

music on

Wednesday, April 6, 2011


+it has been brought to my attention
that there are certain arguments between
two artists and their music labels which
I find disturbing.
with netlabels fallling apart almost as
soon as they are being built
the underground music scene is
in need of unity now more than ever.
Until the conflicts can be resolved
and differences can be settled,
proc will be taking a
strict vow of silence
in hopes that the netlabel
scene can once again thrive as
an industry that people can rely
upon for freedom of speech, as well
as unbiased opinions.
I consider you all to be
friends and allies, and trust that
this message will reach
the appropriate people.
music should bring us together,
NOT tear us apart.
-Adam Crammond

Monday, April 4, 2011



following up a brief time-out
at proc, jjoth brings his
wicked stylings to the
netlabel that puts an entirely
new dimension on the
expression "freeform".

a very prominent figure
in the underground,
jjoth has seen much
success with releases
at various places like
microbit project, SP, DE, and
JustNoizeIt records,
among other releases under
various aliases at the newest
netlabel to
the scene, Sirona-Records.
In between his production time,
he also moderates the
lovely 8ravens netlabel
which has been a dominant
figure in the fight against
mainstream media! <3

his newest release, a single-track
ep of some of the hardest
electro-core to grace my ears in a long
time, is a good representation
of what the title Angry Nova
which has the capacity to destroy
any electronic-music hater's
pre-conceptions about
electronic music or the netlabel
scene for that matter
(not to mention give
your sound system a brutal
thrashing during
it's lifespan!!)
this brief release, encoded
at 64kbps mp3
is insanely bass-heavy and
demonstrates the capabilites
of lower-bitrate music, a
style often shunned by those
involved with "bitrate snobbery".

this isn't a dancefloor track
(although it IS danceable)..
it's not an experimental track
(although, he clearly is experimenting)!
no, my friends, it's somewhere
comfortably in between both of these
genre's, and more!
if this is your first exposure to jjoth,
then enjoy!! if you
are a seasoned listener to his
music, you know what to expect ;)


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