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.
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Monday
Jun152009

First Off...A Big Thank You!

This blog will be updated regularly in the near future with relative news and nuggets of interest within and around the world of Retronym. But to kick off, we'd like to thank each and every one of you who have listened to the music on offer, told your friends about us, and especially those lovely people who have released excellent material upon our little hub...and all for FREE!

The friendly users of Twoism forums have been greatly supportive, giving some excellent feedback and even contributing their own material which oozes with personality and intruige. It's amazing to think really that this BoC inspired community can produce so many brilliant artists with a keen and ever expanding interest in audio exploration.

A big thank you also goes to those than have purchased our music. The fact that people want to own our homemade releases makes us smile, and it's something we'd like to expand upon in the near future. However, all our releases will remain completely free to obtain, in some shape or form!

We'd also like to thank those lovely bloggers and journal posters who spread the word of our releases such as last.fm user Sefotron, who wrote this lovely review of GABRIEL's Roads We Travel:

"...Wow. Just. Wow.

I've been waiting for something like this for a long, long time. I can't comment too much as I am still on my first listen through (right this very instant), but so far, this has been one of the most lovely albums I have heard in a very long time.

It's simply wonderful; the sound of 1980's maths programmes, mingled with blurry polaroids of forgotten childhood holidays and the optimistic possibilities of the first morning of the six weeks holidays. Really making me smile this one.

And on the off chance you are reading this GABRIEL; nice job matey! 10/10. More please!"

For as long as you guys keep putting a smile on our faces, we will offer the same in return for a long time to come.

Here's to ever growing collective expression!

 

On a sidenote, Boreal Network's latest full-length DOS Image will be released in a matter of days. As a little taster, here's a rather fittingly 16-bit video of the track Hitops 88, created by the talented Paracat:

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