Nov 122011
 

> > > > Haujobb ‘New World March’ 2-CD special edition available now… > > > Haujobb: New World March > > Haujobb: New World March [TA063] > > After an extensive pause, Haujobb returned earlier this year with their hit single ‘Dead Market’, spending considerable time at the top of the German Alternative Charts and invading dancefloors throughout the world with their bright new sounds. With this successful proclamation of their return in place, Haujobb is primed to unleash their first new album in 8 years, ‘New World March’. > > Headed up by frontman Daniel Myer’s signature vocals and backed by founding member Dejan Samardzic’s solid programming, as well as additional production and contributions by Achim Färber (Project Pitchfork), Ben Lukas Boysen (Hecq), Andreas Meyer (Forma Tadre), Manuel G. Richter (Xabec), Sebastian Ullmann (For A Space), Joakim Montelius (Covenant), and more, ‘New World March’ proves to be a monumental production of exceptional worth. > > Tympanik Audio is proud to present the brand new Haujobb album ‘New World March’, featuring 12 outstanding new songs plus a bonus remix disc featuring Xabec, Dryft, Ah Cama-Sotz, Somatic Respones, This Morn’ Omina, Binary Park, Acretongue, Anklebiter, Incite/, and more. > > Available in an exclusive limited edition 6-panel 2-CD digipak w/16-page booklet, only from Tympanik Audio. Limited to 500 copies. > > More info, sounds, and ordering info here: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta063 > > Order the 2CD limited edition here. > > > > Haujobb: Dead Market > > Haujobb ‘Dead Market’ CD also available from Tympanik Audio featuring 2 new tracks by Haujobb plus outstanding remixes by The Horrorist, Exes, Nomenklatür, Paul Kendall (Nitzer Ebb, Recoil, Depeche Mode producer), and Absolute Body Control. > > Info: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta055 > > > Also new from Tympanik Audio… > > > Tapage: Overgrown > > Tapage: Overgrown [TA061] > > Tapage presents fourteen playful new songs full of intertwining pops, clicks, and glitchy rhythms surrounded by warm bass tones and winding melodies. From the mischievous dsp-laden beats and embracing melodies of “Loss”, the warped low-end bass and clutching click-n-cut percussion of “Xyloplax”, to the massive basslines and delicious glitch rhythms of “Leptoid”, and the smooth ambiance of “Pockets”, ‘Overgrown’ manages to reveal as well as entice with a range of emotions and styles. A serendipitous and unique journey perfect for headphone excursions. > > > > Mastered by M. Cadoo at 37n 122w and available now in a 4-panel digipak compact disc package from Tympanik Audio. > > More info, sounds, video, and ordering info here: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta061 > > Order the CD here. > > Order the digital version here. > > > Integral: The Past Is My Shadow > > Integral: The Past Is My Shadow [TA062] > > As we all waited patiently for a new album, Integral began sifting through their minds and hard drives seeking the origins of their creativity. The results of that search took on the title of ‘The Past Is My Shadow’, eighteen unreleased and newly mastered songs that expertly construct the foundation for what would eventually become the Integral we know and admire today. > > Each selection on ‘The Past Is My Shadow’ reveals a rich collage of sounds and ideas, with a level of depth and intricacy that is uncommon these days. Beat-driven and rhythmic, but never overpowering, with vast swirling ambiance, layer upon layer of dense atmospheres, poignant melodies, and a smooth complexity that allows the listener to uncover new levels of aura with each ensuing listen. > > > > Integral’s ‘The Past Is My Shadow’ is available now in a 2-CD collection from Tympanik Audio. Limited to 500 copies. > > More info, sounds, and ordering info here: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta062 > > Order the CD here. > > Order the digital version here. > > > Still fresh… > > > Erode: Horizon > > Erode: Horizon [TA059] > > “…there isn’t one grain of this album that couldn’t be called excellent… A brilliant debut, and a promising artist for the future of the scene, highly recommended.” – Enochian Apocalypse [9.5/10] > > “…beautifully crafted melodies and rhythms…” – Blackvector Magazine [8/10] > > “Though straightforward, (‘Horizon’) definitely delivers. If you like heavy emotional IDM with a trace of industrial influence then don’t miss this!” – Wounds of the Earth [8.5/10] > > “Faded landscapes, lost in time and a world at peace, devoid of human life… is this just a glimpse of what’s really behind the mirror? Erode lets us see these parallel universes tucked away neatly on this digipak of apocalyptic beauty.” – Igloomag > > “‘Horizon’ is driven by the wish to turn emotions into music and not bursting into exceeding complexity…” – Reflections of Darkness [9/10] > > “Expressions of contemplation are rife on ‘Horizon’ with stately backdrops of expanding cinematic depth anchoring gorgeous progressions. A thinking man’s manifesto…” – Brutal Resonance [9/10] > > For more info, sounds, videos, and ordering visit: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta059 > > > Normotone: Inward Structures [TA058] > > Each track featured on ‘Inward Structures‘ has its own story, while remaining an integral part of a cohesive album. Under the predominantly raw layers of cold electronica, heavy basslines, and glitchy rhythms, listeners can identify classic industrial influences ranging from, but not limited to cold wave, folk, rhythmic noise, and contemporary dark ambient music with a sonic edge. A collaborative effort among well-renowned artists including KL (Stigma, Neon Cage Experiment, KL), Neon Rain, One Droid And Its Man, Punish Yourself, Polygon, and more, results in a polymorphic effect of sorts. > > > > For more info, sounds, and ordering visit: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta058 > > > Ex_Tension: Desert > > Ex_Tension: Desert [TA057] > > Tympanik Audio and Ex_Tension invite you to revisit the ‘Desert‘ EP, fully remastered including 2 unreleased bonus tracks and a stunning remix collaboration of the original “Desert” track by Access To Arasaka, Totakeke, Zentriert ins Antlitz, Geomatic, and Sonic Area. > > > > For more info, sounds, and ordering visit: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta057 > > > V/A: Emerging Organisms vol. 4 > > V/A: Emerging Organisms vol. 4 [TA056] > > Volume four of our critically-acclaimed compilation series is finally here feat. new and exclusive tracks by: Hecq, Bola, Architect, Anklebiter, Diaphane, Northcape, Access To Arasaka, c.db.sn, Frank Riggio, Flaque, C.H. District, Mobthrow, To Travel Without Any Certain Destination, SE, Displacer, Port-Royal, Stendeck, Matta, Dryft, Kilowatts, Ocoeur, Tapage, Nebulo, Keef Baker, Logical Disorder, Miroslav, Boy Is Fiction, Subheim, and Erode. > > > > For more info, sounds, and ordering visit: www.tympanikaudio.com/releases/ta056 > > > Also available… > > > Anklebiter: Queue > > > Displacer: Night Gallery > > > Stendeck: Scintilla > > > Undermathic: Deleted (1999-2006) > > > Up next… > > Access To Arasaka: Geosynchron > Known Rebel: Hollow > c.db.sn: At The End Of It All… > > As always, thank you for your interest and support… > > Tympanik Audio | Label and Distribution > www.tympanikaudio.com > info@tympanikaudio.com > > > > ©2011 Tympanik Audio | P.O. Box 1624 | Woodstock, IL 60098 USA