the exegene releases are hosted on archive.org
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for any of you who were looking for them while the site is down.

http://www.archive.org/details/exegene
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#3

rebuilding, nice. lemme know if you guys need any help :P
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#4

nice on nic

still waiting for cube to get in touch,.,.,


Neutral
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#5

Xyxthumbs ... and they are still there. A friendly reminder Smile
Music critic for the Tally Ho
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#6

thanks mang.
"Latin Roulette" by Malevolent Wavelength is my favourite Exegene track in the chronology thus far. My "Noise Corrosion" package is in family storage somewhere, very good disc too. I followed the label from 2003, almost 15 years ago now. One of the early SC affiliates.
I also have three unreleased releases on my desktop machine - SUM - Oblivion / Energy Core (these later came out on Soothsayer Dubplatelet and Planet Mu respectively), Paranoid Society - Science / Tundra, and Neurotic Sound Foundation Crew (NSF Crew) - ? EP (four tracks including "The Serengeti Stroke" which mixes very well out of Soul Delay - "Float").
My second favourite track on the label is Paranoid Society - "Tundra", followed by Martsman - "Roads" (Sileni Remix).

Twothumbs
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#7

Cube is friendly and I do wish he would post here more. His ennui tracks made it into The Dastardly Diaries (http://www.muttley.kapsil.net) and "How Have We Found One Another" is one of my top 50 space ambient pieces he's done. Cube is a very good texture matcher and curated the existing schedule very well through the formative years of "drumfunk", "microfunk", "wankfunk" Lol ...this stuff is priceless, deserves to be on physical media as much as any other good stuff that is out there. I missed the hand made copies of "Mindstate Disposition" (great album) but managed to snag all the Atomic Skunk ambient CD releases. Top notch, dig in. You won't, as they say, be disappointed.
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#8

muttleymarked for future reference. Smile
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#9

(2nd April 2017, 12:48)Muttley Wrote: Cube is friendly and I do wish he would post here more.
Haven't heard from Cube in quite a while Neutral I follow him on bandcamp but he doesn't seem to have bought anything for quite some time now. Let alone post here.
Music critic for the Tally Ho
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#10

Martsman - "Roads" (Sileni Remix)
Thanks for reminding me Muttley. That noise corrosion CD is brilliant.
I'm gonna go dig it out tonight Drums
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(2nd April 2017, 14:35)firefinga Wrote:
(2nd April 2017, 12:48)Muttley Wrote: Cube is friendly and I do wish he would post here more.
Haven't heard from Cube in quite a while Neutral I follow him on bandcamp but he doesn't seem to have bought anything for quite some time now. Let alone post here.

sign of Life from the mighty Cube - he bought two releases recently Smile
Music critic for the Tally Ho
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#12

Icon_yippee

Are we still alive? Lol

Chin
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#14

Looks quality.
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#15

"Tundra" was kinda reworked into a more enduring form by Ego Free Sequences on Omni recently.
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