Newton “Japan Souvenir Disc 2015”

Newton “Japan Souvenir Disc 2015” Breathmint CDr BM348 Japan Souvenir Disc 2015 by Newton originally released in physical form as a CDr in a edition of 50 by Breathmint for the Slasher Risk / Newton – Japan 2015 Tour. CDrs were housed in cardboard sleeves

Newton “Can I Borrow A Feeling?”

Newton “Can I Borrow A Feeling?” Bonescraper Recordings Cassette BONESCRAPER 61 60 minute sound collage created by Newton (Mat Rademan of Breathmint). Not known for performing longer than fifteen minutes at a time. Newton demonstrates a solid long form technique blending field recordings into harsh cut up textures throughout the two thirty minute sides. – Jeff Hartford (Noise Nomads, Bonescraper Recordings)

Various Artists “Three Eleven”

Various Artists “Three Eleven” Mabson Enterprises A collection of covers, remixes, and interpretations of songs by 311 released on 3/11/15, 3:11am. This compilation was collected via social media by Kyle Mabson. Three Eleven by Newton Tracks by: 18+, 311 Calls Guitar Center, Adam Kadabra featuring Big Daddy Ghost, Bindle Boys, Brown Swarm, Bubblegum Octopus, Chaki, d. gookin & cole blooded, Damien Blaise, Darc Meriso, David Estrin, Dirty Preston feat. Snoop…

Various Artists “Big Pennsylvania Noise Compilation”

Various Artists “Big Pennsylvania Noise Compilation” Kill Collector Culture KCC#041 The Big Pennsylvania Noise Compilation is the 4th release in the One Nation Under Noise project, a series of free, downloadable & streamable collections of tracks from artists from each individual State in the U.S.A. Big Pennsylvania Noise Compilation by Newton Tracks by: 185668232, A Life of Arctic Sounds, Anna Azizzy, Birthie, Brother Ong, Buoyhood, Burnout Warcry, Check Engine Palace,…

Various Artists “re-c-c”

Various Artists “re-c-c” .x. :….. re-c-c by c-c After c-c released his first album (“Muse Ick Fact Or Y“) in 2007 a few unsolicited remixes trickled in, which started this snowball rolling. The result is a collection of 36 remixes/reworkings/reinterpretations by artists from a wide variety of mostly electronic genres of c-c’s hamfistedly recontextualized & regurgitated sounds, essentially remixes of remixes. What was broken has now been pieced together in…