Posts Tagged ‘compilation’

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.

​As a precursor to the upcoming new album by D.N.P soon to be released through the superb Romeda Records, a new track ‘Under that Rock’ has been included in a free comp to celebrate Romeda‘s second birthday. Ladies & gents lend your ears to R2. The t-shirts are pretty dapper too. Please support this excellent grass roots label.

​ Those throughly decent folk at ‘The Sunday Experience’ have reviewed the Phonic Entrails compilation in which D.N.P was recently involved. Some very kind words. 

The collection opens ominously with DNP. I think its safe to say its been a while since we had the pleasure, or should that be displeasure, of having groove from DNP morbidly sucking to its dark lair where once there was light, a brooding encounter, ‘pigeon park’ glowers with calculated menace issuing forth pulse waves of dread born drone.  

Read the full review at https://marklosingtoday.wordpress.com/2016/08/14/phonic-entrails/

Listen to Phonic Entrails

It’s an honour to be included in this compilation of dark ambient, drone, experimental and noise tracks from the ‘Sonic Entrails‘ label. Big thanks to Jon at Sonic Entrails for the inclusion.

D.N.P has been included in the latest of Eisenlager’s ‘Himmelholzsteg’ series of collaborative works. Oddly credited as Chris Downing aka D.N.P, my contribution can be found in ‘Himmelholzsteg 16’, a 5 artist collaborative track also featuring Eisenlager, Cousin Silas, REALTIME, and Im Wesen Duesterheit.
Cheers to Eisenlager for the inclusion in this project.

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

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

D.N.P is truly honoured to be included in this release which marks the return of ‘Terse Tapes’ compilations. Big thanks to Carya Amara for making this happen and to Tom Ellard at Terse Tapes.

Sleeve notes

From 1979 to 1983, the Australian Terse Tapes label made cassette compilations. These are in danger of becoming “classics”, a complete betrayal of the energy that made them. There is no better antidote to cloying nostalgia than the corpse getting up and refusing the funeral. 

So instead say that from 1979 to 2015, Terse Tapes made compilations, and here is more of the same. You could put it on a cassette if that matters. 

I invited a few people I know, and they invited a few people they know, and music started to arrive in my inbox. I refused to listen to any of it until April Fools day. No one curated anything, although some people were nice enough to chase up their friends. 

Having heard this music over the last 24 hours I can divide it into some useful ‘sides’, but keep in mind you are able to arrange it however you like in this non-linear wonderland in which we are trapped. 

Side A: people who have doubts about music. 
Side B: people who do not fear a pretty tune. 
Side C: people that make graphs and grids. 
Side D: people who could plausibly perform in a public ale house
Side T: time lords 

Although supplied for no payment, there are specific rights attached to the recordings, which remain the property of the artists. Do not sell this music for a profit, do not use this music for any commercial purpose, including but not limited to, placement alongside advertisements or behind paywalls.

Organised by Tom Ellard at Terse Tapes, Sydney, Australia. Contents made in the USA, UK, Canada, Switzerland, Australia and other parts of the universe that man may visit from time to time. May contain nuts.

D.N.P…Dona Nobis Pacem…Grant us peace