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Lackluster is organizing a shocking Indiegogo Campaign to reclaim CDs from being binned

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

We here at TPOLM have shocking news. Lackluster’s CDs are about to be thrown in the garbage dump / landfill / bin!

That’s right, these poor poor CDs might end up in a Belgian dump, unless if we get this indiegogo project funded. Sadface. Still 35 days left to go, to save these poor poor poor poor poor..

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/to-purchase-145-lackluster-cds-to-re-sell-them/x/373141

You can get perks like the MerckRU (R U OHO?), MerckSC (Showcase Sampler) 12″s, or autographed Slice & Spaces CDs or just a regular Slice CD, or even a gigantic Merck/Etc bundle with 6 CDs, etc.

Or strange number perks like $3/$33/$333

Or Bandcamp download codes.

Please chip in, if you can.

Welcome back to TPOLM 7015

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

MYU IMPORTANTE: TPOLM 7015 ALIVE

TPOLM RELEASE ROUNDUP:
1- KANEEL (Bandcamp)
2- LUMEET (Bandcamp)
3- LACKLUSTER (Bandcamp)

Lackluster: Lexicon of Goods (2014)

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015


http://lackluster.bandcamp.com/album/lexicon-of-goods

1. Basketface 05:23
2. Beep Terrace 02:50
3. Calming Presence 09:57
4. CombiA13 07:11
5. Ender 2 02:00
6. Falling All Over the Place 06:04
7. Flaccidity 04:26
8. Fraasit 08:47
9. Purple Rooms 05:38
10. So There Spherical 04:08
11. Urban Sprawls 05:19
12. Windup 04:23

Kaneel: What You Hear Is What You Deserve (2014)

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

KANEEL: WHAT YOU HEAR IS WHAT YOU DESERVE
__ 701412 – What you hear is what you deserve

After years of hiatus, self-flagellation, “post-parenting” questioning and finally, a long period of artistic persona reshaping.

I wanted to kick back with some very important message:
– Your selfie matters.
– The food you eat matters.
– The music you’re listening to matters.
– The movie you’re watching matters.

And I came up to this conclusion:
– You are beautiful.
– You are amazing.
– I love your cute face.
– I want to follow you.
– I want to hug you.

And then, it felt almost logical to me that WHAT YOU HEAR IS WHAT YOU DESERVE.

This album is probably about you.
It could be about me but I decided that I had enough with “me” and it was time to talk a bit about you.

Or probably it’s because I definitely deserved all the things I’ve heard.

product of TPOLM shipped to your world through INPUJ.

__ mandatory websites:
mynameiskaneel.com
eerikinpujsound.com
tpolm.com

__ thanks:
felix for mixing tips and final mastering of the album.
nate for the amazing cover.
paul for the obscure but nonetheless amazing teasers.
aaron for believing.
TPOLM.

__ regards:
aleksi, julien, matt, anders, vae, frank, pierre adrien, george, ari, zaki, eirik, jean-marc, reynald, nico, cyril and florent for their support and kind words.
eduard, kieran and bjørn… they know why.
anaïs for being tolerant with the mess, cables, gears and stuff.
and to all of those who wanted a new album (and asked me about it)
and TPOLM.
credits
released 18 December 2014

Mastering: Felix Petrescu (half of Makunouchi Bento)
Artwork: Nathaniel Reeves (aka Nkurence)
tags
tags: 8bit electronic ambient downtempo electronic experimental trip hop why bother tagging Paris

Kaneel’s new Album on Bandcamp

Lumeet – Lucitania (2014)

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015


LUMEET: LUCITANIA

Lumeet strikes back with a brand new album! Not only is it a digital download, it’s also a.. cassette! You can also get a tape + vinyl bundle (previous Lumeet album). Smashing!

Welcome to the city state of Lucitania.
released 15 December 2014
Music and tiny unicorns by Lumeet
Mastering by Andreas at Schnittstelle
Cover art by Leon Tukker

Lucitania on Bandcamp

Lackluster – Moments (2014)

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

“Moody blue and dreamy ambient IDM return from Finland’s Lackluster”  -Boomkat

“You can define this EP as the soundtrack to a funeral, in a world where death does not have to be something sad.”
“Se puede definir este EP como la banda sonora de un funeral, en un mundo donde la muerte no tiene por que ser algo triste.” -Buenos Aliens

http://lackluster.bandcamp.com/album/moments

Brothomstates, Blamstrain, Sense, Ilkae and Lackluster appear on V/A: Touched

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

Brothomstates, Blamstrain, Sense, Ilkae, Plaid, Plone, Arovane, Future Sound of London, 808State, Lackluster and many others (123 in total) appeared on this Macmillan Cancer Support compilation.




All proceeds donated to Macmillan Cancer Support – www.macmillan.org.uk
Some of the planet’s greatest Electronic, Ambient & Modern Classical musicians come together for this amazing cause.
You can pay an amount of your choice here (£6 or over), and we will donate (and claim gift aid) on your behalf, or, you can go to www.justgiving.com/Touched-Music and donate directly (and leave a message if you wish).

The artists have contributed their music for free.

Thanks for the support!
credits
released 19 December 2013
Curated by Martin Boulton
Artwork by Ade Hodges
Mastered by Tom Roberts

Mosaik – Aerials

Friday, November 29th, 2013

Baguetter for Renoise 2.7

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Monsieur Baguette (who could that be?) has released a tool for Renoise 2.7 – Baguetter.

Device “step by step (oh baby) simple sequencer” (or swapper…)
With both a live and a write mode, and random features!

Yes, random features.

Download Baguetter at Renoise Tools
More info at Baguetter’s official page

Lackluster – The Invisible Spanish Inquisition

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

New album from Lackluster! For sale exclusively on beatport for the next 4 weeks:

http://www.beatport.com/release/the-invisible-spanish-inquisition/653325
Screw dat! Just grab it from Bandcamp!

Lackluster: The Invisible Spanish Inquisition
Igloo Records [Igloo-Pop07]
01. Introduction to Lackluster
02. Module for you
03. Flagging
04. Wait For It
05. Endless
06. Jack of No Trades
07. Guitares
08. Watching the Dawning of the Free Energy Century
09. Linger
10. Beechmount

Lumeet – Isadora Mu

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

The artist also known as Aleksi Virta and Vae, among other names, has a new album out! He says: “It’s called “Isadora Mu”, it’s space disco, it contains a track called “7011” to commemorate this year, and it’s available for streaming and buying at http://store.lumeet.net/ – as download only, 12″ LP preorder + download, and on an awesome hand-customized tweed/denim covered USB flash drive.”

Yeah, sounds great, get it!

Buy and stream – Isadora Mu by Lumeet

Lackluster featured on Tesla 155 years birthday compilation

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Lackluster – 588,177 Apparatus for Producing Ozone – a new track on this compilation celebrating Nikola Tesla’s 155 year birthday.

Download and listen – Various Artists – Tesla 155
The patent application of Tesla’s for the Apparatus for Producing Ozone

Little video of Lackluster Live @ Gimulnautin 35v forestparty

Monday, August 15th, 2011

Just a little clip but sounds dope as hell :) If anyone managed to bootleg more material of the gigs at this party, please let us know!

Kaneel – Your Average Best Friend

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

The Antti Jädertpolm Quartet – Anime EP

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Laidback electronica smelling of Japan. Debut release by The Antti Jädertpolm Quartet, a project by the Finnish ex Barcelona resident and prolific freelance graphics designer Antti ‘FthrProductions’ Jädertpolm. Track 7 in collaboration with Kschzt.

Listen and download

V/A – Mindfield (Psychonavigation Records)

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Let’s play find the featured TPOLM’er!

“This new 15 track compilation (11 unreleased) is selected by Psychonavigation boss Keith Downey and features the finest Ambient/Electronica/Techno sounds from across the globe. The CD begins with an interlude from musician Buckminster Fuzeboard, giving us a taster of his new material. This is followed swiftly by a brand new track from San Francisco’s Jonah Sharp aka Spacetime Continuum with his spaced out Slo-House groove ‘Beryllium Sphere’ (Live Mix). Over the next six tracks the listener is brought on an audio journey of up-tempo tracks. Beginning with David Morley’s beautiful Biosphere-esque track Equator. Norken aka Lee Norris drops a glitch-house number which is then followed by a hero of the 90’s Ambient/Techno scene Robert Leiner, Leiner demonstrates his own unique take on Ambient/Techno and sounding very reminiscent of fellow Mindfield contributors, The Black Dog. Psychonavigation are honoured to include this seminal bands re-working of anodyne ‘Corrosion’. A 9 minute epic journey that takes the listener on a glorious Techno jaunt finishing up with blissed out Ambient strings.
Rising Irish artist Toby Kaar puts his own stamp on the already distinctive sound of Cork’s Zombie Computer. Kaar offers an incredible remix all dubbed out ala The Orb with a bass that’s guaranteed to shake your bassbins. Man of the moment Boxcutter, brings the diverse collection of tracks on Mindfield to it’s crescendo on Diagonal Reader VIP, which is a world away from his usual Dubstep tendancies and displays a more Aphex style bleepy workout to devastating effect.

The album then becomes an entirely more chilled affair starting off with the genius that is The Future Sound Of London. The legendary composers effortlessly blend harpsichord with gentle rolling beats. Next up Enrico Coniglio collobarates with Arve Henriksen whose stunning trumpet treatment is a chill-out classic in the making. Cuttooth then adds a spoken word introlude from his forthcoming debut album Elements which is swiftly followed by a new piece from Scanner aka Robin Rimbaud, delivering a cinematic masterpiece that is crying out to be used on a movie soundtrack. Australian artist Sense make a welcome return to showcase new material from his forthcoming long player on Psychonavigation Records. Another Psychonavigation new recruit Karol Gwóźdź debuts a stunning piano piece that Eno would fight to call his own..The compilation ends on a high with From The Room In the Tower – a wonderful bleepy synth affair from the godfather of Irish Electronica
Roger Doyle.”

Listen and pre-order here