PegasiaMusic034: Wulfsok – Dog Days
Release Date: 26th May 2015
Genre: Drum and Bass
Erupting out of Sacramento, CA comes Wulfsok with his Pegasia debut Dog Days, an exquisite collection of dense and refined drum and bass that brings with it a fiery yet ruminative disposition. Fierce in its delivery, though collected in its intent, Dog Days stands as a strong and distinct addition to the Pegasia catalogue, tenacious in energy, consistent in flow and meaningful in purpose. We’re very excited to present this outstanding record from one of our favourite artists.
Artwork by Edward Jack Radford.
PegasiaMusic033: Proton 42 – Fallacracy
Release Date: 26th January 2015
Genre: Electronica, IDM, ambient
An established name in underground IDM and ambient circles, Proton 42 returns with his brand new album, Fallacracy, that promises to bring us on a journey of digital meditations and mellow reverie. A ‘classic’ Pegasia name, Proton 42 has been with us since PM003, a compilation with which he displayed some of his best work of that time. His comeback shows us that through time and patience, sonic progression and technical development has been an obvious voyage undertaken prior to this release. Fallacracy is pensive, rich and, above all, mature. We are excited and humbled in equal measure to be able to release this album on behalf of Mr. 42.
Mastered by Ben Steed & Rob Gilbank at PegasiaMusic.
PegasiaMusic032: Mad Trillions Yo – Kam
Release Date: 8th December 2014
Projecting outward in a fit of mystic methodology, this debut release from hiphop outfit Mad Trillions Yo is a myriad of esoterica and fervent oracularity. Driven by the intrepid Otis Brown and the enigmatic Fya Daw, Kam is a phanerothyme chronicle in the most beguiling of ways.
PegasiaMusic031: wombat_army – firsteight
Release Date: 10th November 2014
Genre: Ambient, Electronica
Melding a diversity of instrumentation and style, wombat_army’s first Pegasia release ‘firsteight’ floats between the realms of ambient and electronica laced with dense orchestral air, acid bass tones and a certain New Age quality that drives through the whole album. We hope you enjoy this beautiful and stirring release that melts pleasantly into a wash of watercolour chronicles.
Martin Webb – cello, pedals, laptop, synths
Cover image by Andy Webb (www.dreamabstract.com)
Release Date: 17th October 2014
Genre: Noise, drone, ambient
The thirtieth release from PegasiaMusic focuses on the genre of noise music. While an ambiguous term at the best of times – with other such names as glitch, drone, Onkyokei and electroacoustics – this compilation has strived to understand the multiple interpretations of the genre through its diversity of artists and styles.
We are very humbled by those who submitted for this compilation and are happy to present a sonic mutation of transmogrifying texture, movement and energy. We bring you Amorphia.
Artwork by Elliot Johnson.
Heliacal Shimmer – Welcome To The Thunderdome, Bitch
Ben Steed – O.D.T.
noisesinthenight – Densities
Jelly Llama – White Noise
Mat + Handley – τρόπος
h+ – Nano Population-Quantum City
Obfuscation – The Citadel
Nyul – TINEHFEITW 1.0
SolidNormality – Testa
xylem – Death Is Dying
Federsel – Polytetrafluorethylen
Neuron Dreamtime – Try To Wake Up
PegasiaMusic029: Obfuscation – Like Serendipity
Release Date: 28th July 2014
Genre: Soundscape, noise, glitch
We’re delighted to unveil Obfuscation, a project of sonic experimentation and resonant enquiry. Obfuscation utilises aleatoric programming and sound design techniques to conceive the two pieces presented to you today, through systems of generative texture manipulation. This fascinating listen is not only intriguing to experience from a process perspective, but also provides hypnotic tones and movements that one can easily get lost within.
PegasiaMusic028: Our Deer Friends – Soundtrack Of My Discontent
Release Date: 29th April 2014
Genre: Ambient, Classical
From the mind of Lukas Norling comes a spectacular chronicle of emotionally charged narration. In ‘Soundtrack Of My Discontent’, Our Deer Friends invokes a whole array of feeling from the melancholy to the hopeful, and exposes some of the deeper aspects to human sensation and sentiment. Get lost in this journal of self-reflected texture, brooding tones and meditative experience.
Music by Lukas Norling
Mastering by Ben Steed and Rob Gilbank at PegasiaMusic
Artwork by diazo