SAN DIEGO, CA - February 17, 2015 - Bonding Tapes is pleased to announce the debut release of Tim Cosner's DEADTECH/MODERNHOMES album. Tim takes us on an avant garde trip of experimental abstract beats, sound design and melodies. He has been involved with other projects throughout the years such as Circuit Scarecrow, We Savage and Hello Keller. DEADTECH/MODERNHOMES is a continuation of his productions from the years prior. The album is available for free or pay what you want download, or on limited edition cassette.
"It Go Like" [Video]
Reviews, Reposts and Podcasts:
IGLOO Mag: Best of 2015 (12/27/2015):
Tabs Out Top 200 Tapes of 2015 (12/11/2015):
Cassette Gods (8/15/2015):
"Couldn’t listen to the entire thing, too dark and oppressive and technological and pretentious, a peer into the soulless void of our replicant culture."
Raised by Gypsies (7/23/2015):
"While other artists tend to take one road, Tim Cosner takes all of the roads and molds something truly spectacular which simply needs to be heard to be believed."
Dead Formats (5/18/2015):
"Beats border on abstraction. Landscapes of sound that are built on pulling things away instead of adding them."
Decoder Magazine (4/23/2015):
"Cosner’s compositions are tight, never quite spiraling out of control but instead hinting at chaos while staying within the bounds of controlled time signatures."
Faeton Music (4/3/2015):
Nooga The Tape Deck (3/26/2015):
"There’s the requisite drones and looping rhythms, but it’s the way in which these sounds are constructed that really sets Cosner apart from his analog brethren."
Caliper Music (3/20/2015):
Igloo Magazine (3/18/2015):
"A hot slice of strong beats and topnotch production served up on a warm sound bed full of analog goodness which serves this music well, adding a subtle layer of grit to the sound that clarifies some of the rougher parts and scratches up some of the cleaner bits."
Lost In A Sea Of Sound (3/11/2015):
"The sound is always crisp and cuts deep into your brain. You become part of the automated assault of the interloping extraterrestrial consciousness."
"Action packed with Industrial strength hip hop, tons of experimental soundscapes and guaranteed to make you drive anything you own very very fast!"
released February 17, 2015
Vocals + Words:
Rather Never by Aaron Freeman
Canyons by Rinu Rimac
Feelers by Tim Cosner
Rather Never is a remix of Deeper Sons by Mothers of Gut
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