♫ Listen: Various Artists: PRIMORDIAL VOID – Primordial Chaos

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Let’s primarily focus here on the Primordial Chaos compilation being the first release on MMJ’s new imprint, PRIMORDIAL VOID: a Massive debut compilation release collecting 20 electronic and live recorded works, featuring Jeff Witscher, Gobby, HKE, Olan Monk, Mukqs, Lockbox, Sentient Gyre, Terribilis, Oxhy, Emamouse, LXV, Theodore Cale Schafer, Angelo Harmsworth, M/M, Waterhouse, Constellation Botsu, Yolichika, Kazumichi Komatsu, Snakepiss, and Modelock & EMBASSY. No-lie, every track is worth it. Told Marcel a while back that he’ll be someone people expect to product/recommend good shit as we all get older. Primordial Chaos is living up to that standard. And sets a potential above ground. In a spastic, paranoid, and tru-g0D mode sonics. Stream and explore:

♫ Listen: Kate NV – GMA11 (Grey Matter Archives mix)

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Japan’s CVN (angoisse, Orange Milk, Where To Now?) plans his dream dinner, draws up the menu, cooks for days, sweeps the floor, folds out the extendable table, lights candles, and welcomes most wonderful friends to the family-style banquet that is his Grey Matter Archives mix series.

The ever-growing guest list includes Cemetery, Kareem Kool, and LXV; Where To Now? labelmate Morkebla; angoisse’s founder David M. Romero and labelmates fdg., Theodore Cale Schafer, and ultrafrog; Orange Milk’s co-founder Seth Graham and labelmates G.S. Sultan and the inimitable Kate NV.

Kate NV turns up dressed like a perfect Pierrot. Kate KV brings flowers for the table. Kate NV drinks aperitifs out of tiny glasses. Kate NV sends pigeons flying out of her high hat. Kate NV does not check her phone, but, actually, no one does. The grandfather clock strikes 11, tick tock, ding dong. Kate NV skips out through the front door.

Click through the audio player to see the tracklist and head here to hear the rest.

♫ Listen: Theodore Cale Schafer – “Track 3”

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angoisse in Brazil pimped new literature and sound-installation CDr fuckery by Theodore Cale Schafer, and it’s sorta completely amazing, having only heard the 30-second[ish] “Track 3” of the project. But there’s an FaceTime: Intimacy After the Fact by Sandra Moyano Ariza that comes along with the release (here’s a sample from the essay). Released in collaboration with hypothetical.tech. Enjoy the vibe: