Times of The Sines (previously Time of the Signs) was created in 2017 and is a culmination of XLander v LD120. James Side and Jason Fewings started performing under this name in Perth, Western Australia at local experimental and small dance events. Their brand of music is groove infused techno with elements of trance and industrial, built without computers in a completely DAWless, freeform performance. Crunchy beats, screaming leads and the all important bass drive, fuse together in a high energy evolving soundscape.
Clan Analogue celebrate 30 Years and the TB-303!
Two events, from 40 years ago and 30 years ago, seemingly unrelated yet completely intertwined, are celebrated in Clan Analogue’s newest compilation release Cognition 303: Bassline Deviations.
In 1982 Roland released a new bass sequencer and synthesizer which manifestly failed in its intended purpose – to replace the bass player.
In 1992 Brendan Palmer and Toby Grime had a chance meeting on a train platform in Sydney, bonding over their shared love of obsolete electronic music instruments, and decided to form an electronic music artists’ collective.
Times Of The Sines is proud to be involved with this little project with Dogpark Records
Collaborative Project by Furchick - Furchick provided a range of recordings to the participating artists to create music.
Sounds included the neighbour's party, helicopter, drums, ding dongs, bass on keys, organ, kids workshops and a squeaky dog toy.
Jamie has been punishing the video editor again, with a video for Snake Skin Jacket. This song will be available soon on the various music stores, so stay tuned. In the meantime, get grooving to the video.
Photosensitivity Warning: Lots of flashing and strobing