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[PCMS035] Cross Product

by Metro, Snaper, Dot Product, K-Chaos



Metro returns to Pinecone Moonshine with a remix of Dot Product's droning 56i 18j 144k. The empty, ambient layers are successfully combined with sparse percussion adding a strong rhythmic dimension. Snaper also returns this time with a Dub Techno inspired piece. The theme of sparse percussion is continued putting Muted deceptively in the 170 tempo range. Delayed and reverbed tones, noise, and the rhythm all adjust and change gradually over seven minutes.
Dot Product's Brief is also Techno inspired sticking to a mostly a 4/4 pattern and elongated reverberations. Nic TVG provides additional percussion including a few glimpses of a drum roll. K-Chaos wraps up the release with Crackles of Fire. The intro makes use of the earlier concepts of 4/4 rhythm and quiet, atonal ambients before opening up into Drumfunk.


released December 10, 2014

Mastered by Macc.
Artwork by Julie PoisonIv and Nic TVG.

Additional releases by Metro: pineconemoonshine.neocities.org/artists/metro.html
Additional releases by Dot Product: pineconemoonshine.neocities.org/artists/dot%20product.html
Additional releases by K-Chaos: pineconemoonshine.neocities.org/artists/k-chaos.html
Additional releases by Nic TVG: pineconemoonshine.neocities.org/artists/nic%20tvg.html


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Pinecone Moonshine Portland, Oregon

Run by Nic TVG, Pinecone Moonshine is a collection of Drumfunk (drum and bass) and other abstract and ambient music.

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Majority of the tracks are melancholy collages of noise, heavily processed samples, and atmospherics driven by broken break beats and heavy sub. Free jazz, early electronics, blues, and funk are noticeable influences.
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