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Re: International Debris thread - new tapes

Post by epitome » Sat Feb 11, 2017 10:02 am

Ooooh spacey, I'll give it a listen, thanks :)

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Re: International Debris thread - new tapes

Post by Ross » Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:22 pm

Ey up I got a proper website for the first time in ages
http://www.internationaldebris.co.uk

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Re: International Debris thread - new tapes

Post by epitome » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:31 am

Ross wrote:A couple of tape releases to fill the gap before Myosphere drops in a couple of months...
Cataclysmic Variable Star by Intergalactic Debris - 50 minutes of space music. Some of this previously existed on a download-only Obliquity album.
International Memories - split with MindSpring Memories. Two longform vaporwave tracks.

Both are available as free downloads also.
Just listened to Cataclysmic Variable Star - very cool. Nice chilled space vibes 8-)

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Re: International Debris thread - new tapes

Post by Ross » Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:32 pm

Cheers man, thanks for listening! :)

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Re: International Debris thread - Seltrac out now!

Post by Ross » Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:25 pm

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The fourth ID album is finally out! Seltrac is now available to purchase on cassette and digital from Third Kind. The whole album was made on hardware, recorded to four-track cassette (with a little post-production on the computer).

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Re: International Debris thread - Mysophere out 23/05

Post by Ross » Tue May 16, 2017 8:27 pm

Myosphere is out on 23rd May, on No Problema. This is the sequel to 2015's Ambifauna. Where that album painted a sonic landscape from a distance, Myosphere takes a close-up look. Synth melodies, sample collages and rugged downtempo breakbeats invoke a sinister tropical environment.
The album was originally planned for release early last year, but label issues have put it back until now. It's a hugely important record for me, as it is the album I've been wanting to make since I first heard Lifeforms 20 years ago. It's definitely heavily indebted to FSOL, and, to an extent, '90s ambient in general. I'll pop a link up in a week when it's out!

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Re: International Debris thread - Mysophere out 23/05

Post by beetles » Tue May 16, 2017 8:59 pm

Sounds intriguing.

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Re: International Debris thread - Mysophere out now!

Post by Ross » Tue May 23, 2017 8:31 pm

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And it's out now! Have a stream over on No Problema Tapes there, where you can pick up digital + cassette versions for sale too.

For the first time in ages I've got a clear future, taking a break to build my new mini-studio up before I properly start up sessions for ID album #6.


edit: 23 years to the day that Lifeforms was released!

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Re: International Debris thread - Mysophere out now!

Post by Pandemonium » Wed May 31, 2017 3:06 pm

Gave this a listen - really good album!
The talks and the atmosphere are great :)
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Re: International Debris thread - Mysophere out now!

Post by Ross » Wed May 31, 2017 3:23 pm

Thanks man :)

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Re: International Debris thread - Mysophere out now!

Post by Pandemonium » Sat Oct 21, 2017 2:05 am

Seltrac is finally on FSOLDigital.com :)

http://www.fsoldigital.com/product/inte ... s-seltrac/
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Re: International Debris thread - Mysophere out now!

Post by Ross » Sat Oct 21, 2017 12:32 pm

Yup, they have a bunch of copies available for a fiver.

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Re: International Debris thread - Eclipsis out 26th Jan

Post by Ross » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:28 pm

My next album, Eclipsis, will be out on 26th January on Aurawire. The album will be available on CDr, cassette and download. It completes a loose trilogy of hardware-based albums (following Seltrac and Opaline).

1. The Vestal
2. Skyless
3. Food Resenting an Airbase
4. Bluethroat Passage
5. The Geometrician


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Re: International Debris thread - Eclipsis & Ambisphere out

Post by Ross » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:21 pm

After getting fucked over by the label for the previous release of Ambifauna (which is still difficult to purchase), I'm happy to say the album will finally be available as an artist-sanctioned release again as of 9th February.

It's been remastered by Off Land, with a superior version of Primer included, renamed Ambisphere, and fitted out with a beautiful cover by Alan Dougans. The album will be available as cassette and download on Asura Revolver on 9th February.
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Re: International Debris thread - Eclipsis out now!

Post by Ross » Sat Jan 27, 2018 12:11 am

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Eclipsis tapes & digital out now. CDr to follow later, fingers crossed.
Piano, synths & sound collage. A year of walking the same old routes and sitting in the same old rooms.

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