Thanks to FAZEmag.de for once again taking the time to support and review a Seance release. SEANCELTD02 review…
Seance is proud to announce the release of it’s first LP which is titled ‘Down To Zero’ and was written and produced by Melbourne based acid-maker Dylab (Diffuse Reality, Acidworx).
The goal at Sonos is to fill every home with sound. A big part of that comes from connecting us all to the digital world – from podcasts to music streaming to internet radio, it’s never been easier to listen to everything you love.
The first in a series of limited releases from London’s Seance imprint is an attractive splatter artwork vinyl housing a 4 track EP from the elusive Bound.
‘Inspired by the grey melancholy of South East London’ says the artist’s Facebook page (and not much else)
Extremely limited edition 90 minute cassette tape featuring two 45 minute mixes comprising solely of tracks from the Seance label past, present & future…
The Human & Assets is the recording name of Japanese artist Akinori Ishii.
He has released music on both digital and physical formats on his Kin-Ben Label, Mosaic Sound System, Underground Gallery & more.
Akinori supplies three original tracks for his Seance debut called the Esrevinu EP which is currently doing the rounds on our promo mail-out and looks set for release towards the end of May 2017. Keep your eyes peeled and your ears to the ground…
Photos from the URBANNOISE LIVE event – URBANNOISE LIVE: 7th anniversary on the 27th January 2017 held at Moog club in Barcelona with Ivan Madox, demon.I/O, The Málchico & Héctor Oaks
All day this Friday, February 3rd (starting at 12:01am Pacific Time), for any purchase you make on Bandcamp, we will be donating 100% of our share of the proceeds to the American Civil Liberties Union, who are working tirelessly to combat these discriminatory and unconstitutional actions.
The next release on Seance will be the Speech Cobras EP by Monoline and featuring 3 vinyl tracks including a remix from Flug and 2 additional digital-only tracks including a remix from Fixeer
I’ve been writing for Seance on and off for a couple of years now and its a special pleasure to be able to do a piece on head man (and still one third of The Clairvoyants) Spectralband. I’ve been able to see first hand how much time and thought this man puts into music, and since he started his own radio station and label (Seance), he has pursued an agenda of strictly underground artists and music, using his talents and deep knowledge to help the artists get the recognition they deserve.