Modulogeek

Short Stops on Empty Parking Lots
  • Short Stops on Empty Parking Lots
  • Love in Athens
  • Number Line Records Sampler
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MP3: Love in Athens - Short Stops on Empty Parking Lots

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The Number Line Records compilation/sampler is out now! Download it for FREE!

Tracklist:

Modulogeek - No Laughing Matter (Meta-Remix)

Multo - In Sum of the Sacred

Love in Athens - Short Stops on Empty Parking Lots

Big Hat Gang - Usually

Similar Objects - Hidden Home Videos

Plant a Tree - kidsvskids

Tarsius - Whirling Dervish

Manuel Nicolas Alvero - Deadbeat

The Treblinka Love Scene - Nice Try, Sunshine

Slow Hello - Decidedly Weird

Outerhope - We Have Somewhere Else to Go (Prtkl Remix)

Get it straight via Bandcamp or Mediafire.

Check out the alternate covers on the Number Line Records website.

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Hi guys! Here yah go: Awesome yet non-intimidating electronic music by Modulogeek

“An Android’s Lament,” Modulogeek’s first single under Number Line Records, was developed using various cinematic samples. It uses the soundtrack of Babel (2006) as its primary loop and incorporates vocal clips from The Prisoner (1967) and Fearless (1993). It also uses a recognizable melody from Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), transposed a few steps down, and samples from Jurassic Park (1993) and the Magnificent Seven (1960), among others. “An Android’s Lament” was initially developed as a submission for the 9th Monome Community Remix Project (MCRP). Download the track and the b-side, “Jane + Joe,” for free below:

http://numberlinerecords.com/releases/modulogeek-androids-lament

Watch him live (coz he’s based in HK) this May 6 / Friday at Saguijo for the Number Line Records Launch!

  • The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship
  • Modulogeek
  • Transition
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Modulogeek - The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship

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NEW RELEASE

Transition is a collection of tracks from what Joon Guillen calls his “fumbling” phase. The EP is accompanied by an artbook featuring Charlie Visnic’s spiraling harmonograph project (and laid out by Adrian Arcega).

Get it the whole EP for free here:

http://numberlinerecords.com/releases/modulogeek-transition-ep

or via Mediafire:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?zb6d6rsnhdun1xy

An Android's Lament
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Modulogeek - An Android’s Lament

“I will not make any deals with you. I’ve resigned. I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed or numbered.”

-Number 6


“Held fast. Maintained. Destroyed resistance. Overcome coercion. The right to be a Person, Someone, or Individual. We applaud his private war and concede that despite materialistic efforts he has survived intact!”

-President

A reference to The Prisoner (1967)

I really like it when you listen to a new album out of sheer curiosity and then you find yourself pleasantly surprised with how much you enjoyed it.

Guys, go do yourselves a favor and download the hell out of this compilation of quality music right here. My favorites are the tracks by Tarsius, Some Gorgeous Accident, Modulogeek, and Big Hat Gang but the others are great, too.

Yay for quality local independent (and free) music!

Also, this cover by Dan Matutina is just wonderful.

Meiday x Mamasun!

Manuel Nicolas Alvero and Selena Salang, aka Slow Hello, kicking ass with their band, Ang Bandang Shirley.

Mike from Outerhope, Manuel Nicolas Alvero, and Multo

Outerhope, Modulogeek, and Multo

Slow Hello!

Class photo: Francis Cabal of the Treblinka Love Scene, Manuel Nicolas Alvero, Modulogeek, Outerhope, Kathy Gener of Attraction! Reaction!, and Multo

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MODULOGEEK - An Android’s Lament

“An Android’s Lament,” Modulogeek’s first single under Number Line Records, was developed using various cinematic samples. It uses the soundtrack of Babel (2006) as its primary loop and incorporates vocal clips from The Prisoner (1967) and Fearless (1993). It also uses a recognizable melody from Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), transposed a few steps down, and samples from Jurassic Park (1993) and the Magnificent Seven (1960), among others. “An Android’s Lament” was initially developed as a submission for the 9th Monome Community Remix Project (MCRP). 

FREE DOWNLOAD HERE

With our longtime friend Joon Guillen aka Modulogeek who is helping us with our new album. Posting this because we miss him hehe and he made a remix of “Di Na Babalik” 2yrs ago but kept it secret and now it’s not haha check out the song here: http://soundcloud.com/modulogeek/eksena.
Also you can read a detailed account of our long history with him here: http://tinyletter.com/letters/eksena #DiNaBabalik #modulogeek

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Preview video for the new Modulogeek EP, Pipes and Palindromes. Drops on March 14!