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Wabi-Sabi compilation contribution

A new Drift of Signifieds piece, “Thé à la Menthe,” appears on the 99-track 侘寂 (Wabi-Sabi) compilation on Pimpmelon Records, available to download now (pay what you will).

Shift of Dignifieds contribute to Add Rhythm Sampler

Drift of Signifieds (or is it) joins a host of International Rhythm Stars on the Add Rhythm Sampler, available for free download here.

In 1967 the Harrow based Ad Rhythm Records put out its first three 7 inch singles, entitled Add Rhythm. Rather than featuring complete songs, each of them contained four drum . . . → Read More: Shift of Dignifieds contribute to Add Rhythm Sampler

Classwar Karaoke contributions

There are Drift of Signifieds contributions to the two most recent Classwar Karaoke surveys, Nos. 21 (DoS track “St Charles Canal St Lee Circle“) and 22 (“Beneath the Paving Stones, The Breach“).

The collections are available to download from the Free Music Archive.

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Giant Paw remix

Recovered from the archives – a remix of Giant Paw‘s “Feral” from 2009.

New video for l’Autochasseur de Primes est Terminé

IX Tab remix available as free download

“Why Be Bleak In the Blake Midwinter,” a remix of a track from the debut IX Tab album Spindle & The Bregnut Tree can be downloaded for free from here.

Two new tracks (in dub)

A couple of new tracks have emerged on the DoS Soundcloud – two slices of electronic dub resurrected towards the end of 2012 and given some further workings in early 2013. They are are also on the relevant discography page here.

New recordings

A series of new tracks have been uploaded to the DoS Soundcloud site over the last couple of months – they can be found here. Contributions to an online experimental compilation are here.

Monotronous compilation track

The Drift of Signifieds track “MonoMonocephalous” appears on Monotronous, a free to download international compilation featuring the sounds of the Korg Monotron, Monotron Duo, Monotron Delay, and Monotribe synthesizers produced by Hal McGee and Jukka-Pekka Kervinen.

 

Platform Five at Angel

A new DoS track for 2012, recorded using analogue electronics at La Cellule.

More recent tracks.