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Mecha Noise MP3s

There’s always a beat in the noise, some routinized element of a given signal that is inherent either in its source (like, say, the tumble of a motor) or in itself (e.g., the peak and valley of a sound wave). Prostir by .at/on (aka Kiev-based Holota Anton) is four tracks that often combine these two types of rhythm-based noise, most notably in the whir and rattle of the second track, “x” (MP3), which rotates like some sad old machine left to its own devices. Also included are some of the plugins that Anton created in the process of recording Prostir, so you can roll your own. More info at the website of the releasing netlabel,, and at the artist’s site,

By Marc Weidenbaum

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