Tracklist & Artist Info:

1. JIM-S - Espacios

This piece was the result of experimentation on VCV RACK, Max For Live and processed wind recordings, along with samples and time audio effects.


JIM-S is the music project of Jimmy Solórzano. Auckland based electronic musician from Guadalajara, México.

3. Mia Kelly - Phlegm

No info supplied

5. Comf - Its That Thing

No info supplied

7. Jeff Henderson - Saxotube

Recorded during lockdown number 1

8. Nathan Carter - The World of Data

The World of Data is an acousmatic soundscape work exploring the sublimity of our modern, technological world through various sonic manifestations of the flow of digital information. It organically and gesturally evolves between abstract and real/geographical spaces, portraying the omnipresence of digital information in our everyday life – from the personal computers and devices at home, to the many technologically augmented urban environments and spaces we experience and interact with. Most importantly, through these organic transformations, the work is expressing this technology as not merely just an artificial, human creation, but instead as an immensely complex and beautiful infrastructure that mirrors the chaotic forces and colossal systems of nature itself.

Links to my music/social media pages:
Facebook - www.facebook.com/nzalternat
Instagram - www.instagram.com/alternat.music/
Spotify - open.spotify.com/artist/556a57k5ou1rgCl5kUXh4A?si=-aJCn_qfTPKQBt5h86GnMA
Soundcloud - soundcloud.com/user-209307633

9. Benny Jennings - I Remember Winter

"i remember winter" was performed / composed with two cassette tape loops of trumpet and two modified walkman.

Benny Jennings is a sound artist and sound designer based in Wellington, NZ. They currently work in film, theatre and interactive media. Their current artistic practice is focused on the exploration and utilisation of obsolete and dead media.

11. Mark Donlon - Lost Horizon

"Lost Horizon is from my recently completed album of electronic works 'Filmscapes'.

The pieces are conceived as if they were from film sound-tracks. All of them, apart from Lost Horizon, are either related to internal, personal visualisations or simply abstract pieces which are 'film-music-like'.

Lost Horizon, however is inspired by the 1937 Frank Capra Movie with that title. I had not seen the movie since I was a boy but some of the images somehow stuck deep in my imagination because of the emotional intensity in some of the scenes.
The composition employs a number of synthesis approaches, along with the maniplulation of samples and field-recordings."


"Mark Donlon is a UK-born Jazz pianist, composer and music producer who has settled in Aotearoa New Zealand since 2013. He has performed around the world in many countries.

He has recorded, produced and performed on a number of Jazz albums with musicians from Europe, the USA and Australasia.

He has also released a number of Electronic Dance Music/ Techno works under the pseudonym CZiGO. He sometimes performs as a Techno DJ under this name.

He is a Senior Lecturer at the New Zealand School of Music, Victoria University of Wellington."

12. Box of Hammers - Point Halswell at Night

This piece of music is is taken from the EP "Four places in Te Whanganui-a-Tara" available on Bandcamp

The EP is an Homage to my home town Wellington ( Te Whanganui-a-Tara), with it's amazing harbour, and each track is a sonic representation of different locations around the coastline.

13. Ivan Clayden - IHC002

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