Monday, August 29, 2011



while many netlabels
base their success
on the amount
of releases
they have,
despite the fact
that proc has
nearly 450
wondeful mini-ep's,
full lengths,
singles, 7"
and compilations,
I consider
no netlabel to
be successful
OR complete
without the musical
harsh noise stylings
from THE noise
project which has
re-defined a genre,
and once
again placed
Detroit on the
for being the leader
in just about
anything sound-related.

the name says it all.
and if you're like me,
that name means
(and says a whole
hell of a lot!).
Patrick Doyle, among
other things, is nothing
short of a sonic-noise
pioneer, accepting
his place as the
crowned king of
all things experimental
and harsh.
With a discography
that is as impressive
in sound and style
as it is in sheer
size, RedSK defines
what it means to be
a DIY musician.
his artform
live to
help pay the
bills, his
label of TFR
(an umbrella
which covers
his net-label
aspect as well)
and perpetuates
itself through generous
donations and support
from other
artists through
the purchasing
and trading
of other
physical releases.
"Often immitated,
never duplicated"
is the only way
to express this
man's work.

This album
shows Patrick in
fine form,
as is typical
from him.
just under one-hour
and ten minutes,
we find ourselves
buried deep within
the belly of the beast,
music which shatter
all pre-conceptions
about noise, regardless
of the listener.

As with all
noise releases,
i encourage
the listeners
to be prepared
to embrace
the un-expected.
RedSK is always
taking shit to a whole
new level, but for
someone who is
no seasoned listener,
the perfection of it
all may be too much
to handle at once.
if you need
to, take this
and play it in small
doses before digging
right in.

Bottom line,
this album
is just
completely sublime.
Admiring the man
who is RedSK, I myself
know how difficult it
can be to make a noise
album with any
sort of substance or
replay value.
This man, however,
does it with
such ease and
expertise, it is
imperative to give
credit where
credit is due.
and in this case,
you better bring a whole
suitcase full

always a pleasure
having a new one from
this cat...




prepare for an audio
monsoon that will
shake the very foundation
on which you
stand, because
proc-rec is getting
ready to give your
ears an audio pounding
from a whole selection of
artists who take
their music very seriously.

one such artist is
the talented CDR
who I've had
the privelage of
releasing on more
than one occasion
during the last 3 months
or so!!
by generating complex
moments of breakbeat
segments and pulsating
heavy basslines tagged
with seemingly perfect
melodic tones, his music
is sure to please
even the most hardcore
fan of un-defineable
this album, which was
created entirely
on a gameboy
with the help of the
LSDJ game-pack, contains
four tracks of
nothing but the
finest in audio insanity.

CDR's music at proc
has been an excellent
addition to our roster, and
speaking as someone who
loves good music like this...

prepare for a
of audio perfection,
at a price
that will leave you
only wanting


Saturday, August 6, 2011



Let us not
forget the
true value and
meaning of
purpose-driven art.
serving as a
pleasurable reminder
of why certain people
choose to create music,
Pollux and
My Anus Burns
joined mental-forces
and embraced
a journey of
musical creation on
levels previously
unheard of.
Two very talented
(though subsuquently
just as diverse)
men from polar
parts of the world,
divided by
a huge mass of water,
Pollux, a well-known
underground ambient
artist and CEO of
chose a worthy
musician to
do a split with
on his latest release
with proc-rec.

Using his
techniques of
sampling sound, in
conjunction with
his all-around
spectacular methods
of generating
melodic textures, he
allows his creations
to float smoothly
on a comforting
cloud of ruthless
ear-pounding noise
as performed
the way only MAB can!!

The end result
is something
truly pleasurable indeed.
Twelve tracks, which
include original material
and remixed
versions of them
as well, amalgamate
to one another
with such beauty
and simplistic
dominence, one
can only assume
that such pieces
were just
as enjoyable
to produce as
they are to listen

Seing as how
both artists
are quite prolific
and good
at what they do,
I am expecting
to see much more
excursions between
these two musical
however, in
the meantime,
what we have here
in our midst
is something
that not only
our artistic
community, but
the world as a whole
has needed for quite
some time...a reminder
of just how fragile
life is, and a deeper
understanding of
how two diverse, yet
talented people
from very different
cultures can come
together and create
something very special
out of nothing but chaos.


Friday, August 5, 2011



alot of things have changed
at proc over the
past few years.
our release schedule
has become
a little more
flexable, allowing
for greater frequency
in release
time (barring a
work-schedule which
doesn't consume
too much
extra spare
We've also
seen artists
come and
go, people
who have been
new to
the netlabel
scene as
well as
seasoned producers
simply looking for
yet another
musical outlet.
For much of
proc's past
fiscal year, comprising
from August-August,
releases have
been relatively sparse
simply due to
economic and
time contraints
which have left
both my wallet and I
feeling slightly drained.

However, when the
timing has been
appropriate enough,
I've been able to
brew up a pot of
coffee and sit down to
re-establish proc's
persistant desire to
release the finest
of global electronica!

Having known Andy
for many years, I have
been able to
see his talent
go from "incredable"
to "off-the-charts amazing",
doing much more
than the average
underground IDM
producer of our time.
Exemplifying true
excellence in precision,
Andy has, time
and time again, shown
his passion for music
in ways previously
unseen or unheard of
by not only myself, but
from a
global community
of like-minded

In his usual fashion,
we once again
find ourselves
devouring a
delicious multi-track
EP of beats cooked to
perfection, with Mr. Culvre
as the man
behind the scenes,
cooking the music
to delight the
tastebuds of your
cerebral cortex.

covering a broad
array of styles,
from his insanely
accurate sound
placement at
high bpm's, to his
ambient landscapes,
and those all too pleasing
hip-hopish breakdowns
which are executed
at just the right moments!

unfortunately, all good
things must end, and
with a run-time of
under ten-minutes, don't
be suprised if
you happen
to play this album
a few times over
before listening
to something else.
at any rate, you
won't be disappointed!!


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