Posts Tagged ‘ambient’

D.N.P is proud to be part of the new compilation from Petroglyph Music (track 6). ‘The Dangerous Kitchen’ tasked artists with the challenge of making a track using only sounds obtained in a kitchen. D.N.P used only the sound of a running/dripping tap into a metal sink to create ‘Water’.

Thanks to Øystein and Rune at Petroglyph Music for the inclusion.

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D.N.P ‘Blue Light’ is track 59 of the annual Christmas comp. Cheers to Øystein & Rune at Petroglyph for their continued support of D.N.P.

40 ARTISTS FROM 6 COUNTRIES

22 DAYS FROM CONCEPTION TO RELEASE

1 COMPILATION OF ARTISTS UNIFIED TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF AMERICAN CITIZENS AND CONSTITUTION AGAINST UNITED STATES POLITICAL CORRUPTION

ALL FUNDS RAISED WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO ACLU BEGINNING JANUARY 20th, UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION DAY

Truly honoured to be part of this Verses Records compilation released today, the proceeds of which will directly benefit the ACLU.

The American Civil Liberties Union was founded in 1920 and is the USA’s guardian of liberty. The ACLU works in the courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.  THEY ARE NEEDED RIGHT NOW. Please support this worthy cause and hear some great music in doing so. Note also superb new tracks from Romeda labelmates Glitchfield Plaines & Owlbinos of Northfield. Enjoy, and thank you.

Currently feeling overwhelmed by the quality of artists on the Romeda Records roster with me. Sample the extremely varied output of Romeda in this 2 hour special originally broadcast on Radio Kaos Caribou a couple of weeks back. It also features an interview with Romeda boss Dave Lavery and an hour mix from roster artist Glitchfield Plaines

2 new ones, ‘Tuesdays End’ and ‘Back from Reality’ are on the latest edition of the Ambient Online comps. Go support this great community!


Chuffed to announce the release of ‘Fire from the sky’ a collaborative album with Texan ambient noise powerhouse Scott Lawlor. Released through the incredible Petroglyph Music as a free download from the Internet Archive.

Give witness to the events of an alien invasion as an attack is executed on the home world of a distant planet followed soon after by a hostile takeover of the host civilization.An indwelling of the most evil kind occurs as cultural engineers greatly alter the new society beyond recognition of what it once was.

D.N.P is once again delighted to take part in Ambient Online’s latest compilation with new previously unreleased tracks ‘Poison’ and ‘Dare to tikl a beatboxer’. Track no. 60 & 75 this time.  

D.N.P…Dona Nobis Pacem…Grant us peace


D.N.P features ‘Low clouds across Birmingham’ in a new compilation in the ‘Unexplained Sounds’ series. ‘The first annual report’ covers many of the artists featured in the ‘underground surveys’ released in 2015 as well as contributions from experimental legends Steve Reich and Morton Subotnick. Many thanks to Sonologyst, the founder of Unexplained Sounds for his support of D.N.P.

D.N.P…Dona Nobis Pacem…Grant us peace


Well Petroglyph Music do it again with a totally gigantic Christmas compilation. A new D.N.P can be found at the halfway point. Track 82 of the 164 featured….164 tracks of ambient, experimental, electronic, drone and dark ambient….that’s enough for you to avoid Slade, Wizzard et al until the New Year at least. Free download as usual from the Internet Archive. Merry Christmas to you all and best wishes to Rune & Øystein at Petroglyph Music for this compilation and the inclusion of D.N.P.

D.N.P…Dona Nobis Pacem…Grant us peace

D.N.P is proud to be once again included in a compilation from the revived ‘Terse Tapes’ label. ‘Terse Greetings 2015’ is all you will have come to expect from a ‘Terse Tapes’ issue. All except they are no longer released on cassette that is.

Two tracks by D.N.P’s ‘Dead Neutron Partikel’ division, ‘Fast Forward’ (Track 1) and ’70s DJ Guilt’ (Track 11), are released for your pleasure.

Many thanks to Tom Ellard (Severed Heads/Founder of Terse Tapes) and Kevin Busby (guest compiler) for this honour.

D.N.P…Dona Nobis Pacem…Grant us peace