We proudly announce our first artist-release. With “Reciprocations” the austrian producer duo JA:KOVA & NOmAD embark on a musical journey through our solar system. Their travelog consisting of 10 instrumental tracks will be released on 01/01/2015 via bandcamp.
Our good friend Ben Bada Boom went ahead and made another neck-breaker with his latest track. “Lumbajack” is characterized by a very eclectic vibe and is guaranteed to make you wanna shake a leg. Ben Bada Boom all day!
We had the pleasure of doing a guest-mix for the “Stuntman Show” by Cascade Records recently. Also, there’s an interview to go along with it, which can be found here: http://www.cascaderecords.fr/home/Podcast/stuntman-show-8.html
Many thanks to Cascade Records and Eletroom Acoostap for having us involved.
We are selecting tracks for a Hobo Truffles Exclusives series on soundcloud.
Feel free to to send us a track via email: hobo [at] hobotruffles.com
There is no specific due date. This is a long-term operation.
Once again, Ben Bada Boom and Robot Orchestra team up for this Hobo Truffles exclusive.
Our new compilation ‘Ode To Delia’ is finally out!
Many thanks to all producers participating in this project for their amazing contributions.
The compilation is available for free via our Bandcamp here:
Ode To Delia features tracks by:
Ben Bada Boom / Bluestaeb / Boost Phillis / Cometeers / Dienst & Schulter / GHprodu /
Invention / KommerzKlaus / Linkrust / Maloon TheBoom / MazeOne / Melodiesinfonie /
Nomad / Peet /Robot Orchestra / S.F.T / S. Fidelity / Saint Rock / Sev Seveer x Radius x
Keter Darker / Sixfingerz / Shuffle Jack
We’re more than happy to say, that the second installment of our “Ode To..” series is coming July 17th. With “Ode To Delia” we intend pay tribute to Delia Derbyshire and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. In addition to the sampling aspect, we wanted to incorporate the Radiophonic Workshop’s overall approach towards creating and manipulating sounds.
To cut the waiting time short, here’s a video and audio preview:
Just in case you’re not familiar with the work of the Radiophonic Workshop, here’s some information on the subject matter:
Created in the late 1950’s, the members Radiophonic workshop crafted beautiful futuristic sounds with the use of tape-recorders, by cutting up individual notes and manipulating the sounds in various ways. Thus, laying the foundation for rudimentary sampling techniques with very limited equipment. Without a doubt, the work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop has had an enormous impact on modern electronic music in general. To worship their legacy and influence, we decided to dedicate the latest “Ode To…” compilation to Delia Derbyshire and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
Robot Orchestra made a mix for Radio Juicy recently, where he combined some of his favorite beats with acapellas from some of his favorite mc’s. Some kind of rap-beat-mash-up if you will. This is what came out of it.
We are currently wrapping up the second installment of our “Ode To…” compilation series. With “Ode to Ghana” being a homage to a country’s musical heritage, the second part will pay tribute to a specific group of people, namely Delia Derbyshire and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Therefore the second compilation will be titled “Ode To Delia”.
Created in the late 1950’s, the members Radiophonic workshop crafted beautifully futuristic sounds with the use of tape-recorders, by cutting up individual notes and manipulating the sounds in various ways. Thus, laying the foundation for rudimentary sampling techniques with very limited equipment. Without a doubt, the work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop had an enormous impact on modern electronic music in general.
Long story short: Our second compilation “Ode To Delia” is coming soon.
Plastic Pyramids: Illuminatimusic? No, this is real. With Cor Stidak and W.O.L.M, two completly different but perfectly matching MCs on the mic and hearing this on one of Robot Orchestra beats is just goosebumps and euphoria. I hope we will hear more in this particular combination of styles because its just matches too well for just one track.