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"Psycho-Path Records have finally located Wolfgang Orschakowski, the artist behind Zippo Zetterlinks In The Poor Sun lp! Wolfgang lives in Hamburg; he is still recording music and does live performances. His work also includes experimental videos, paintings, art ...
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PSP-040 | PSYCH-O-PATH

"Dan Deacon, an electro-acoustic composer/performer living in Baltimore, is part of the Wham City art collective. The compositional style that best describes Dan Deacons music is Future Shock, a new genre being used to describe a number of the bands emerging from ...
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PSP-15 | PSYCH-O-PATH

"Farmacias first release on Psych-O-Path records, clearly reflects a profound knowledge of the historical development of electronic music. Recognizable sounds that mirror artists from labels such as Raster Noton are filtered through arrangements that echo late seventies ...
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PSP-14 | PSYCH-O-PATH

"Solo avant garde tuba compositions/improvisations by Russian artist, Arcady Freeman -hes collaborated with Frank London, Daniel Carter, LaDonna Smith, Boris Rayskin and many others. This was the first CD on Psycho-Path which has since gone on to release Egypt Is The ...
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PSPCD102 | PSYCH-O-PATH

"Las Malas Amistades were born in 1994 when several art and film students at Colombia's largest public university got together to make an informal, spontaneous, private sort of music, and began writing songs collectively, documenting their sessions on a friend's ...
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PSP-13 | PSYCH-O-PATH

"Anderegg's two previous releases on the Brooklyn based label Apestaartje, Anomia and When Rectangles Roll Under Cities, combine field recordings, electronics and acoustic instruments to create a strong sense of environmental space and structure. While there is ...
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PSP-09 | PSYCH-O-PATH

"Sightings second LP, Michigan Haters captures the sonic abandon that makes their performances such a liberating mindfuck. This Brooklyn by way of Motown trio pounds out an abrasive skronk that at first comes off as a pure denial. The primitivist, lurching rhythms, ...
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PSP-04 | PSYCH-O-PATH