Releases
Cilocub
Bee Face/The Nuh
[RTN024]
Dirty Inputs
Many Earths
[RTN023]
Soulacybin
Crystalline Visions
[RTN022]
Kinesthetiac
Fields Of Thought
[RTN021]
Kinesthetiac
Gander
[RTN020]
Boreal Network
Means Business
[RTN019]
Daylight Rain
Lazurite EP
[RTN018]
Trills
Blue Metabolic Sunrise
[RTN017]
Island Near the Clouds
Influence EP
[RTN016]
River Precinct
Moky Way
[RTN015]
Boreal Network
Phase With The Moon
[RTN014]
Jonathan Jindra
Monera
[RTN013]
Orange Tree
Orange Tree
[RTN012]
Midmir
Step Into A Dream
[RTN011]
Lithium Enchantment
Remnants
[RTN010]
Boreal Network
Bikehigh USA 2: Nettles Revenge
[RTN009]
88 Marquis
1992 In An Igloo/Remixed
[RTN008]
Paracat
Killing Your Darlings
[RTN007]
Boreal Network
DOS Image
[RTN006]
GABRIEL
Roads We Travel
[RTN005]
91plus
Sunsetter EP
[RTN004]
Boreal Network & GABRIEL
The Motion Range EP
[RTN003]
Hills West
Individualism
[RTN002]
Cilocub
March Febrile EP
[RTN001]
support

 

 

 

 

 

Boreal Network's Phase With The Moon EP is dedicated to, and inspired by the gray wolf. As a result, we are accepting donations - 100% of which will be gifted to the Wildlife Science Center in order to help them look after these amazing animals.

Find out more about the release and how to donate here.

All donators will receive an exclusive link to the FLAC version of this release.

 


Contact
mail@retronym.co.uk

 



Feel free to get in touch with any original music, videos or other media arts you think we might like.

Any donations received go towards our servers and webspace which can be quite costly, if anybody would like to help please do, we greatly appreciate it.

Long live collective expression.

Cilocub

Cilocub is Simon James Cookson, a musician/producer based in Manchester, UK. “March Febrile” is his debut commercial release, following a number of EPs that did the rounds with friends and family. He collaborated with musician and visual artist Kate Jessop, as “Newgrange”, on the electro-heavy “Crane” EP in 2004.

His music is organic but defiantly electronic, weaving acoustic instruments with analogue synths, beats assembled from drum machines and live percussion, and found sounds taken from field recordings.

Simon is also part of the film collective Asta Films, and much of the music from his 2005 EP, “Jkan” forms the soundtrack to the short film, “Perspex”, due to be released later this year.

Releases: rtn001

Contacts: MySpace

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