Schrödinger Revealed Between the Cracks and The Alien
This past week the good folk at The Wire Magazine received their edition of Schrödinger’s Cassette. They were the first to report actually breaking their brick. Fortunately they were able to do so without damaging the cassette within and as a bonus they played it live on their Adventures in Sound and Music show on Resonance FM thursday night revealing the sounds Between the Cracks.
We’ve still got a few Schrödinger’s Cassette’s left and until the end of the month you can bundle them with CD copies of our launch catalog, which includes the Between the Cracks compilation. I can’t really say enough about this album. More than just a label compilation, the album is a narrative which each of the artists contributed to. The plot revolves around walking the post-electronic tight rope; just what that means, well you’ll have to listen to find out.
You can also if so inclined participate in this post-electronic circus (oh yes I will be using this term to death) with our new open call for compositions with Disquiet on the theme The Alien. It revolves around a quote pulled from Adam Harper’s new book Infinite Music, which I’ll be writing a little bit on in the very near future. In the meantime join us in exploring infinity for a chance to win an incredible prize package including software from Audiofile Engineering and Photosounder, a signed copy of Harper’s book and the final edition of Schrödinger’s Cassette.