catalogue
 

Various Artists

Jukebox Buddha

Drawing from mysticism we learn something. We discover a peace if only temporary. A sedentary space is created using sounds that resonate from a small machine ... natural architectures with no sense of time. Jukebox Buddha, a zen-factotum, has been sampled and reincarnated. Listen on the inner horizon.

Staubgold. 2006

 

Various Artists

Dinner Music For Clubbers

Mixed {not stirred}. Post free-zone sound-scapes with luscious textures are gently blended to enhance a continuous movement. We dine late night in hammocks on summer nights in country houses. Some of the music is like the lights on distant planes. Some like the background sky. Attention has been paid to precise details. Somnolent mouzegheva music is beautifully obscure and simply complex.

Staubgold. 2008

 

Various Artists

Childish Music

These tracks were actually recorded by a team working with old age pensioners. Elderly women are heard blowing bubbles in water. Old men zipping their zips. The TV set has a USB hub. Toys are scattered around the floor. Then the Childish team invited some of today's most talented musicians to come, share and play. We need to create a Fisher-Price® award for this electronic music.

Staubgold. 2005

 

Various Artists

Latinamericarpet

Sublime Frequencies deliver the finest obscure exotica. This one is filled with lo-fi, surf, geographic descriptions, vintage crackle, children and animals. Then they take a box of ‘classics’ to a japanese party in the favela. Fill a balloon with helium, inhale some yourself and shake your tambourine or clap your hands. If you’re taken hostage… call Sarko.

Sublime Frequencies. 2007

 

Various Artists

Thai pop spectacular

Two bimbos from Bangkok invite you into their little bar. They say – ‘You like rock guitar ? You like bongos ? I sing, you touch my titties.’ You say – ‘Why not, my mother isn’t here.’ Then they sing songs that trigger your memorabilia, your hips, thumbs and forefinger. An hour later they are still fully clothed and you just bought a CD for your best friend.

Sublime Frequencies. 2007