Unthuz artwork widely featured throughout the entire COS newspaper which was massively distributed at the event. Unthuz worked with Dr. Walker (Air Liquide) & Azop Corp (glitch artist) on the design of the paper.
The Liquid Sky Berlin Crew @ MOOGFEST 2017 - Thee Unthuz, Bob Brass & Frank Heiss
Thee Unthuziast designs the album cover for the classic HEAD (Khan & Kerosene) E.F.S. remaster album
h.e.a.d. / Khan / Kerosene
mixmag about h.e.a.d. “efs”
“recorded in the hispanic district of brooklyn, it was amongst the crackheads, salsa music and the noisy local emergency services that “EFS” was created. It consists of soothing pure analogical sounds (apparently not one computer was used in its construction) set against evil and manipulating 303 sounds – not unlike labelmates air liquide.
For 100 % audible hallucinations check “Efs1″ for a sonic climb into sub-ambient heaven, or “Efs5″ for a trip into unknown destinations on a road to nowhere.
It is very clever, almost genius in sections. Avant garde, German electronic music for the 90s and beyond. If the music of air liquide, Drexciya, etc. and the intense indulgence of LSD are among the fruits of your everyday food bowl, then H.E.A.D. is going to taste very good.
9 of 10 !!!
MARK DAZE for MIXMAG
h.e.a.d. -”efs” 2 x 12 – blue
h.e.a.d. -”efs” cd – blue
h.e.a.d. -”hedonist” 2 x 12 -blue
h.e.a.d. -”hedonist” cd blue
h.e.a.d. -”james dean” cd emi electrola/harvest
h.e.a.d. -”97 ” 12″ emi electrola/harvest
h.e.a.d. -”97/98″ 2 x 12″ emi electrola/harvest
h.e.a.d. -”97/98″ cd albums emi electrola/harvest
h.e.a.d. -”97/98″ cd album caipirinha prod. us edition
Thee Unthuziast - Time Lapse Drawing of the Acidbat Lupercalia EP / art is named 'It'z Time For Dinner'
How to Program a Roland TB-303 (RE-303)/ Various tips and tricks compiled by Matthew Crispell
NOTE: Here are some useful tips and tricks that I compiled into a text document on how to program a TB-303. It does not cover the steps on how to enter a Bassline but it does cover some of the more obscure tricks on how to make the 303 do some really cool production stuff. Most of the useful information was transcribed directly from Din Syncs awesome youtube videos. I never would have been able to figure these things out by reading the TB-303 manual.
How to make real ACID patterns on a TB-303:
Remove the batteries and put them back in and the 303 will randomly populate its pattern banks with whatever the ghost in the machine feels like. (Courtesy of Jammin' Unit)
How to Clear a Pattern:
You must be in WRITE mode.
Select the pattern you want to clear
Hold down BAR and then hit PATTERN CLEAR
Setting the number of steps in a pattern:
Clear the Pattern
Hold BAR - Hit STEP (9) - (Hit the STEP key the number of steps that you want the pattern to be.)
Hit TIMEMODE and enter the timing information
How to enter the 'groove' of a pattern (Courtesy of Frank Heiss & Dr. Walker):
You must be in WRITE mode
The pattern must be playing
Hit RUN/STOP and then enter the 'groove' by tapping the WRITE/NEXT button to the metronome. (Listen for the downbeat on the metronome to know when you are at the very beginning of the pattern playback.)
-You can hit the button once or hit it fast and then slow and also hold the button down to hold notes over time.
-You can also NOT hit the button or NOT hold the button to insert silence in that area of the pattern.
-Clear the Pattern if you want to try again if you do not like the 'groove' you just entered.
How to Copy Patterns on a TB-303:
1. First clear any patterns that you will be copying to.
2. STOP the machine
3. NOTE: The first step of the pattern will be corrupted when you copy it to a new pattern. Also, the TIME MODE informationinformation is not copied. Hit PITCH MODE to find the first NOTE Remember the NOTE that is lit as well as the lights that are lit up underneath UP/DOWN/ACCENT/SLIDE
4. Hit the TAP key to hear that first note.
5. Hit FUNCTION
6. Go to the Pattern you want to copy to.
7. Go straight to TIME MODE without hitting anything else.
8. Enter the TIMING that you desire.
9. Hit PITCH MODE
10. This is where you enter that first note that was corrupted because you remembered it. You also enter the UP/DOWN/ACCENT/SLIDE information because you remembered that as well.
11. Hit WRITE to rewrite that first note into memory - the rest of the steps will be there because those did copy over.
How to tie patterns together in TRACK MODE as well as cause those patterns to SHIFT OCTAVES if desired:
1. If you are using MIDI SYNC via a DIN SYNC box you need to unplug the midi cord from the TB-303.
2. Select the WRITE/TRACK setting as your MODE
3. Hit PATTERN CLEAR
4. START the Sequencer by hitting RUN/STOP
5. Select your first pattern you wish to play in the sequence and hit NEXT. (See NOTE below)
6. NOTE: You can alternate between Pattern Groups by selecting either 'A' or 'B' pattern group. Each group can contain up to 8 patterns.
7. NOTE: You may also enter transpose (octave shift) information for that entire pattern. Hold down PITCH MODE and then select the a note to shift to. It will play the whole pattern in that KEY. You need to enter this KEY information before hitting NEXT each time. You do not have to enter the KEY information if you don't want to.
8. Select the second pattern you want to play in the sequence, enter the KEY information if desired and hit NEXT.
9. Select the third pattern you want to play in the sequence, enter the KEY information if desired and hit NEXT.
10. Select the fourth pattern you want to play in the sequence, enter the KEY information if desired and hit NEXT.
11. BEFORE you enter the FINAL PATTERN you must hit PATTERN CLEAR then hit NEXT
12. Switch to PLAY/TRACK MODE
13. Hit PATTERN CLEAR to bring it back to the start of the sequence.
14. You can plug midi sync back in if you need it to sync up to midi.
How to Program a Roland TB-303 (RE-303)/ Various tips and tricks compiled by Matthew Crispell aka Thee Unthuziast
moarphine is the collaboration of several artists from the luvtonez and liquid sky camps. desperate wails of analog waves clash with brutal electro and breakcore to create something quite memorable, like the pads of "we could see through the walls", and something very profound, like the spoken words of "we are moarphine" which provide a closure to an ep that is able to take production and genre bending deadly serious, without the project taking itself too seriously. all material © 2012 luvtonez recordings ascap
Cari Lekebusch vs. Oedla - Juicy Lucy (The Remixes)
Cari Lekebusch is a name synonymous with quality techno. In a league of his own, this globe trotting Swedish techno messiah has the power to read your mind. He controls your dreams and makes the tides ebb and flow. The sun rises and sets at his command. “Juicy Lucy” was one of the most devastating thumpers of 2008, here now is the remix package, France’s Acid Cirkus label kingpin PZYLO takes “Peeping Tom” to a new level with thumping kick and spastic hat action, New York City’s man in motion and protégé’ of DJ PIERRE’s Afro Acid label DJ RHENALT turns in a mental remix of “Lost in the Fog”, Colorado acid scientist and newcomer to Acid All Stars THE UNTHUZIAST turns in a lush and mathematical remix of the minimal chugger “Mental Patient”. Rounding it all out is a very special Acid All Star – Boston’s Efrain Vargas. It was late 2007 when we got a strange little demo from a 17 year old kid out of nowhere. We had a lot of reservations about his style, his attitude, his website, you name it – we were pretty scared, until he delivered us the epic “Eternity and a Day in Hell” which became one of the closing tracks on our 2007 mixtape and a staple of our DJ sets whenever we had the need to go big. Swirling pads, huge kicks, tons of dripping reverb and stabbing basslines are what we have come to expect from Efrain. He stole the show with his 2008 remix of “Gutter Anthem” for Acid All Stars, and now he returns bigger than ever to remix the title track “Juicy Lucy” for us. We couldn’t have hoped for a better remix and the fact that it came from our “little brother” just makes it that much more specia