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This is an online net-label, that means I release your stuff onto the lifeless mass known as the internet so that those who might enjoy it will find you and download your stuff. If you submit your tracks to me, that means you don't get any $$$ for your tracks, that what a net-label is, free music for download!!! I will accept any releases, I don't care if they've already been released through someone else or anything like that AS LONG AS IT'S NOT EMO! I HATE THAT STUFF, IF YOU WANT YOUR EMO CRAP RELEASED THROUGH ME, I WILL IGNORE YOU! Anything else I'll release, but I'll focus mostly on the experimental (noise, ambience, minimalistic, industrial, etc.) and the brutal (metal of all sorts) Contact me if you are interested in releasing anything. My email is mdr_10564@yahoo.com or check out my myspace: http://www.myspace.com/grandpaspaceship

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Ultralove releases

"Antoine Dupuy (aka Ultrajove, aka Bitonio, aka Toinou, aka Jürgen) was born in Poitiers, town of art and history, on December 4, 1980.

After a complete school course (NES, Megadrive, Super NES, Playstation…) but somewhat stressing for his parents, the young person and “fringant” Antoine Dupuy takes down high-the-hand a " Master of Engineering of the Solutions Safety Network for the Companies Which can Treat to the Services of Consultant" faculty of Poitiers and returns in the working life.

But there is not essence.

It resides in the early discovery of the PC, offered like a protective talisman, guarantees success, by his parents relieved to see it spending hours so much to work on this new instrument (it will quickly become brilliant in matters like the doom-like unfortunately not very present in the school programs), instrument on which it will spend long hours to make its ranges.

Because little by little, using this instrument, quickly equipped with loudspeakers, then of an old amplifier with old baffles (“old" is used to make more authentic), he enters in music (and their parents in its room to say to him to agree to lower MUCH the sound please my darling). Without undoubtedly passing by the box musical theory (he remembered still painfully pathetic but, extremely fortunately, short musical attempts at his elder. Then it was the keyboard midday, table of mixing and innumerable and powerful software of sampling, etc…

All that for what? To create a nourished music of various influences: Big Beat with the house, techno with the dub, without forgetting the trip-core clash (which one often confuses with the analogical deep-tech, one dreams!) and other more or less alternating currents.

And then it was necessary to sort, gather, choose in all these projects to carry out a final album, the first, easiest, most difficult.

Then try to plunge you in this music as varied as personal, fruit of a long work of exploration, sometimes out of turbid water, which strikes by its freshness and its dense (dance) simplicity."



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