Data Cult Audio 0007 – CINEMA

CINEMA is the audio project of Dallas based audio/visual artist Evan Henry. His performance and music as whole are complex and deeply meditative. He describes his sound ‘Like looking into a microscope at a simple human hair, only to find small subtleties growing into new forms, and only to be deeper degraded in physical form.’ An ever-evolving set variables infused with rich harmonic structure and sonic disintegration is what Henry focuses into the sound of  CINEMA. His goal is to remind us all, that everything here is temporary, and to perhaps not take it for granted.

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Data Cult Audio 0006 – Venus Dawning

Ashley Trace has been producing electronic music in many genres since she was 14. Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, she was exposed to techno from a young age. She has produced music under a variety of aliases in many genres, particularly: psytrance, drum and bass, breakcore, chiptune, and ambient.

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Data Cult Audio 0005 – redstripedown

Cory Sterling grew up as a performing musician, trading a traditional childhood for the late nights of local jazz and rock clubs. After studying at Berklee College of Music, he moved to New York City where he gained an affinity for electronic music and the improvisational nature of the modular synthesizer. Combining traditional musical elements into a historically non-traditional instrument, his compositions bring melody and harmony together with rich sonic textures. His latest release, Passenger, is available now at 

Data Cult Audio 0004 – Flohr


Flohr’s music explores timbre and texture through time by means of manual and automatic repetition, momentary gesture, and the construction of autonomous self-generative audio environments. His music draws on a diverse archive for its inspiration: from ambient, kosmische musik, jazz improvisation and tonal minimalist composition, through post-punk, industrial, techno and jungle, to the melodic and generative wing of contemporary modular synthesizer performance. A student but also a teacher, he is interested in being affected by sound, responding to it and being led by it. Recently he has been oriented more towards real time performance than “production”. Beyond solo work he is a part of many duos: Marketa Lazarova, Fictions, Ordered Pairs, Efris. Affiliated with the Volta Laboratory Social Club and the Whisperbrick art collective.

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Data Cult Audio 0003 – Auger Shell

auger shell is the project of Detroit-born, outskirts-of-Atlanta-based musician and producer Patrick Callow. The music is impulsive and improvised, relying heavily on real-time processing via modulation, filtering, time-shifting and spatial placement of sounds sourced from electric guitar. auger shell music seeks to capture the alchemy of devices, instrument and impulse in the moment.

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Data Cult Audio 0002 – Saki Bomb

SAKI BOMB is a DIY project by Electronica/Ambient producer and musician Christoph Kresse. A Hamburg Germany transplant artist, based in South Carolina (USA), he creates cosmic electronic soundscapes, mixed with a unique blend of Scottish Bagpipes, world percussion, drum machine beats, field recording samples and lush yet experimental synths sounds. SAKI BOMB’s music can be joyous, yet dark at times, invite to dance or daydream. Kresse himself views SAKI BOMB as a transcendent performance act, mixing audio and visual elements into a unique experience.

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Data Cult Audio 0001 – Birk


Birk has been performing electronic live sets in Atlanta since 2009. He prefers to use all hardware synthesizers and sequencers for his sets. Birk often collaborates with various other musicians spanning genres from New Age, ambient and techno. This live performance recorded at Atlanta’s first Modular on the Spot.

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