New releases by Ad·ver·sary and Pandora’s Black Book

Ad.ver.sary: A Bright Cut Across Velvet Sky Pandora's Black Book: Black Brothel 2 brand new releases from Tympanik Audio: First, Ad·ver·sary‘s excellent remix album featuring fantastic collaborations with Stendeck, Iszoloscope, ESA, Cyanotic, Synkro, Phylr, Autoclav1.1, Salt, and many more. Titled ‘A Bright Cut Across Velvet Sky‘, this alluring collector’s item is harnessed within a unique packaging, designed by the artist himself, hand-assembled and limited to 1000 numbered copies. Also released is the sultry debut album ‘Black Brothel‘ by Pandora’s Black Book, the stunning side-project from Tympanik Audio recording artist Lucidstatic with focus on more secular dark Industrial rhythms and dense ambient atmospheres, all carefully wrapped up in alluring beats and meticulously crafted synthwork. Both releases are shipping now from the Tympanik Audio shop.

New albums by SE and Tapage available now

SE: Epiphora Tapage: Fallen Clouds

2 dynamic new albums by Germany’s SE and Tapage from The Netherlands. SE‘s fantastic debut album ‘Epiphora‘ is a lush exploration of delicate atmospheres carefully crafted around complex beatwork and potent auras, featuring remixes by Flaque, DNN + Huron, and Quench. ‘Fallen Clouds‘ is Tapage‘s newest opus that is as much driven by heavy beats as it is fully encompassed by rich melodic content. Check out these two excellent new releases right here from Tympanik Audio.

2 new signings – Undermathic and [Haven]

Mechanical Steering [Haven]Tympanik Audio welcomes two talented new artists to the family, both from Poland, and each with something unique to offer our audience. Undermathic will release his gripping debut album ‘Return To The Childhood‘ late this Summer while [Haven]‘s serendiputous debut CD ‘Plastic‘ will invade your headphones sooner than you think (and with a few surprises no less). Check out more from these outstanding new artists here.

New albums by Totakeke and Aphorism released

Totakeke: The Things That Disappear When I Close My Eyes Aphorism: Surge2 exciting new releases from the Tympanik Audio family: First, the outstanding new Totakeke 2CD album ‘The Things That Disappear When I Close My Eyes‘ including remixes by Flint Glass, Pneumatic Detach, Disharmony, Zentriert ins Antlitz, Lucidstatic, Autoclav1.1, Access To Arasaka, and more, as well as the fantastic debut album by Chicago’s own Technoid wizard Aphorism titled ‘Surge‘. Both not to be missed! Order right here.

Lucidstatic and ESA interviewed

Lucidstatic ESA

Interviews with James Church of Lucidstatic by Connexion Bizarre and Jamie Blacker of ESA by Enochian Apocalypse.

Stendeck: Sonnambula released

Stendeck: Sonnambula

Tympanik Audio is proud to present the long-awaited new album by the one and only Stendeck.

Combining epic synth patterns with stunning piano movements and a subtle dose of distorted rhythmic beats, Sonnambula‘ injects an air of originality and purpose that will both inspire and move you to elated heights. With one astounding song composition after the next, Sonnambula‘ conjures up the true ingredients of intelligent electronica, driven by distortion-tinged beats, soaring synth-lines, and modern classical elements that spew emotion from every surface.

This is without a doubt Stendeck’s finest hour. Prepare to be captivated…

Available now

Emerging Organisms 2 DCD compilation release

EO2

The second edition to Tympanik Audio’s critically acclaimed ‘Emerging Organisms‘ compilation series celebrating our first year of unique and modern electronic music CD releases.

Featuring all new and exclusive tracks from artists around the globe including Access To Arasaka, Totakeke, Autoclav1.1 vs. ESA, Subheim, Anhedonia, Flint Glass, Aphorism, Hecq, Marching Dynamics, Dryft, Blackfilm, Tapage, Stendeck, Flaque, Keef Baker, Atmogat, Mnemonic, Edgey, Mlada Fronta, DJ Hidden, Zentriert ins Antlitz, Architect, Sincere Trade, Rope, Lights Out Asia, and Ginormous.

Available now on a double compact disc collection with stunning artwork by Kostas K. (Subheim) only from Tympanik Audio.

Order here.

New CDs released by ESA and Broken Fabiola

ESA: The Sea & The Silence Broken Fabiola: Severed2 new CD releases from Tympanik Audio:

ESA: The Sea & The Silence [TA018] : 11 tracks of pure Industrial adrenaline, marked carefully by strong, complex atmospheres and dense, apocalyptic beats, ‘The Sea & The Silence‘ is a monster of an album, proclaiming two powerful elements, as the title suggests, with no apparent apologies to its potential victims.

Broken Fabiola: Severed [TA019] : Featuring collaborations from some very special guest artists such as Shane Talada (Marching Dynamics / The Operative), Daniel Myer (Architect / Haujobb), Scott Sturgis (Converter) and Dre Robinson (Databomb / Download), ‘Severed‘ promises to be an intense and memorable journey indeed.

Order these two fantastic releases right here from Tympanik Audio…

New CD release: Zentriert ins Antlitz: …No

Zentriert ins Antlitz: NoAvailable now from Tympanik Audio is the new album from the dynamic German trio Zentriert ins Antlitz simply titled “…No“. But simple, this album is not…

With ever-expanding maturity and grace, Zentriert ins Antlitz once again redefine their signature sound by injecting infectious beatwork into lush atmospheric soundscapes to create a poignant blend of dark electronica and industrial-tinged ambient aesthetics.

…NO‘, contains the new 12-track album plus fantastic bonus material including remixes by several Tympanik Audio artists including Subheim, Totakeke, Integral, Access To Arasaka, Unterm Rad, Stendeck, Lucidstatic, Disharmony, Autoclav1.1, and more…

27 outstanding tracks, over 150 minutes of music, all on 1 single compact disc. Visit the shop to order your copy today.

Interview with Integral

Integral: Rise…people cannot connect to IDM, they just don’t get the point, because they are not trained to hear music with their brains only.”

Side-Line magazine interviews David Rotter of Integral about the creation of their new album ‘Rise‘ for Tympanik Audio, his insightful opinions on Industrial culture, and plans for the future of this well-respected German duo.