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1. Dark Evocation

Dark Evocation

Third track off the debut album "Defy Deceit Destroy" by Throne Below released in April 2013!

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3. Dark Day Sunrise

  • Published: 2017-01-23T23:59:31Z
  • By Evocation
Dark Day Sunrise

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4. Evocation-intro


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5. Dark Beat Factory #024 - Pragmatik Recordings with Drumloch and Cortechs

Dark Beat Factory #024 - Pragmatik Recordings with Drumloch and Cortechs

INFOS AND TRACK LIST : Dark Beat Factory is a show hosted by El Grego. In each show will be placed a awesome guest from France mainly. The sound is going to resound dark and techno. Be there on Thursdays twice a month. on Facebook fan page : Fnoob Group addict : All audio archives : El Grego : For this 24th edition, i m really proud to promote this new french label Pragmatik Recordings from Marseille (France). Pragmatik Recordings is a south france techno label Managed by the producer Drumloch. Firsts artists working on the label : A.K.O , Rene Walther , Michael Schwarz ,Reno & Fuzzy ,Mark Angel, Frank Sonic ,2Loud , Forest people , Neireich ,Logotech , Traumer , Sync Therapy , Cortechs , Lorenzo D'Ianni , Mike Maaß ,Bjorn Torwellen , Dualitik , Tomy DeClerque ,Skober , Gitech , Acida Corporation , Yan oxygen ,Micky Da funk & Costantino Nappi , SM Noize , Tom Hades , Antoni Bios , Bitclicks ,Flex ,De Hessejung , Eugene , Q'le , Nhb & Fabrizio Pettorelli , Deh-Noizer , Elbodrop ,DavidChristoph, Couch-Lock , Balthazar & Jackrock , Hefty , Sintek , Peat Noise , Frankyeffe , MicroCheep & Mollo , worda , Go!Diva , Cristian Glitch , Norbert Davenport & MQJ , Robin Hirte , Florian Tyack & Funkbrainer ,Ninna V , Brian Burger , Electrorites, Mike Wall and Sebastian Groth .. . Bomb tracks and rmx, builts for dancefloors , are on work :)!/PragmatikRec http://skype/pragmatik.recordings On the occasion of the first label's night on may 7th @ Marseille (, welcome to the special guest : CORTECHS - Germany (Machine Box Records - SWR - ReWashed - Mechno) Uncompromising. Dark. Atmospheric. Techno! That`s the sound of Cortechs, Cologne. After a few releases on various Labels like "Sick Weird Rough", "ReWashed", "Speca Records" and others, Cortechs has finished the first album production "The End Justifies The Means". This Album will be Released through his regular label "Machine Box" on 22. Nov. 2011. Beside original productions Cortechs is often asked to do remixes for other Artists like Mark Morris, A. Trebor, Niereich to name a few. Always in exchange with other musicians the collaboration with Niereich starts, results are released on "TK Records" and "ReWashed". Further projects are scheduled. For upcoming News, Events and Music follow these links. TRACK LIST DRUMLOCH: The Advent, Industrialyzer - Rockstar (Original Mix) Andres Gil - Railway (Original Mix) PROMO Witt & Halm - Merciless trashing (Original Mix) PROMO Niereich - Flow Velocity (Mike Ban and Dietmar Wohl Mix) Niereich - Techno Bitch (original mix) PROMO Sebastian Groth - Album Track Number1 PROMO Andy White- Option A (Sven Wittekind Maschine Dub Mix) Cabarete Groove - Tourette's Syndrome (Michael Schwarz Remix) Sync Therapy - Deluxe ( original mix ) PROMO Virgil Enzinger & Submerge - Evocation ( original mix ) Peja - Prelude ( Tex-Rec Tool Remix ) MEKANISM PROMO A Brothers - Spagetti ( Andy White Remix) TRACK LIST CORTECHS : Cortechs - The Bane (Mashed Mix) Cortechs - Scoop Chase (Mechno VA) Thomas Mu¨ller - Kind Of (Yan Cook Remix) Developer - Sin Luz. (Original Mix) Cortechs - Creek (TagX Edit 2) Cortechs - Abiotic Kontrol - (Kopfmusik VA) Hackler & Kuch - Ice 20 (Original Mix) Torsten Kanzler - Vio - (Cortechs Remix) Matt Hysteriac - Poison (Hackler & Kuch Remix) Cortechs - Settle Back (Hackler & Kuch Remix)

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6. Dark Realms Of Pluto (Composition For Solo Lyre in the Ancient Hypodorian Mode)

Dark Realms Of Pluto (Composition For Solo Lyre in the Ancient Hypodorian Mode)

"Dark Realms of Pluto" - track 4 from my album, "Ode To Ancient Rome". This album is the sequel to my album “Echoes of Ancient Rome” – like the first album in this series, “Ode To Ancient Rome” comprises of a series of new compositions for an ancient lyre in authentic ancient musical modes, to evoke once more, the lost music of ancient Rome. These set of compositions for my replica Kithara-style lyre is my attempt to restore a precious remnant of the music of ancient Rome, which for the most part, is now forever lost... Unlike ancient Greece, tragically, virtually no surviving written music has survived from ancient Rome. These set of composition for my replica Kithara-style lyre is my attempt to restore a precious remnant of the music of ancient Rome, which is now forever lost - so far, all that has been discovered, is one pitiful fragment by Terence: TERENCIO, HECYRA 861 (Terence). Versus 861. Hecyra of Terence. Codex Victorianus Laurentianus XXXVIII-24, saec. X This piece can be heard track 19, on the recording "Musique de la Grece Antique". Here are some more details from the notes for this unIque album, about the only surviving fragment of written music ever found from ancient Rome: "We have added the only surviving musical fragment of Imperial Rome: four mutilated measures from a work by Terence. It is as if nothing were left of the Acropolis but a few scattered bits of columns and a pair of ruined capitals" All the various lyre-playing techniques heard in this album, are authentically based on lyre-playing styles which have remarkably survived from Antiquity & which still can be heard today in the amazing lyres still played throughout the continent of Africa, where unlike the rest of the Western world, a precious remnant of the cross-cultural influences from the around ancient world have miraculously survived. Some of these lyre-playing techniques include the “block & strum” method, still practiced today by the Krar Lyre players of Eritrea in East Africa – this technique allows the player to strum rhythm & basic chords on the lyre, similar to an acoustic guitar. This technique entails blocking strings with the left hand which are not required and leaving open only the strings which form the required intervals, which then can be strummed with a plectrum in the left hand. Ancient illustrations of Kithara players seem to infer that this technique was also prominent in Ancient Greece – many illustrations clearly depict the left of the lyre player blocking/dampening the strings with the left hand whilst strumming the open strings with a plectrum in their right hand. Other lyre playing techniques include the use of tremolo (based on the style of Egyptian Simsimiyya Lyre Players still heard today), alternating between harp-like finger plucked tones played with the left hand, and guitar-like plectrum-plucked tones with the right hand, using basic finger-plucked intervals/chords with the left hand to form a basic harmonic background for the melodic line being played with the plectrum in the right hand. I also explore the rare percussive hammered lyre playing technique, where the stings of the lyre are hit with small wooden baton (like on a hammered dulcimer), instead of being plucked with either the finges or a plectrum... THE ANCIENT MUSICAL MODES USED IN THIS ALBUM Due to the known prominent influence of Ancient Greek culture in the Roman world, in order to create an authentic-sounding evocation of what the solo lyre music of ancient Rome may have once sounded, I decided to base the compositions in a selection some of the original Ancient Greek modes, with melodies inspired mostly by a "Musical Adventure in Time Travel" of the gods of Ancient Rome. The names of musical modes in use today, (e.g. Dorian, Mixolydian etc) although having the same names as the original Greek musical modes, were actually misnamed during the Middle Ages! Apparently, the Greeks counted intervals from top to bottom. When medieval ecclesiastical scholars tried to interpret the ancient texts, they counted from bottom to top, jumbling the information. The misnamed medieval modes are only distinguished by the ancient Greek modes of the same name, by being labelled “Church Modes”. It was due to a misinterpretation of the Latin texts of Boethius, that medieval modes were given the wrong Greek names! According to an article on Greece in the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, the original ancient Greek names for species of the octave included the following (on white keys): B-B: Mixolydian E-E: Dorian A-A: Hypodorian D-D: Phrygian G-G: Hypophrygian C-C: Lydian F-F: Hypolydian For what Plato & Aristotle had this to say about these ancient musical modes, please see this fascinating link: THE TUNING OF ANTIQUITY In antiquity, lyres were tuned either cyclically, in perfect 5ths, the 3rds & 6ths then being fine-tuned by ear (Pythagorean tuning) or divisively (using exact mathematical ratios to precisely divide a musical string into specific pitch ratios) to achieve what is called "Just Intonation". The modern tuning system of equal temperament was devised to enable music to be performed in any of the 12 keys of the chromatic scale whilst keeping exactly the same equal ratio of pitch between each of the 12 notes of the chromatic scale...which sadly has sacrificed the essential purity of tone, which can only be heard in the just intonation once used in antiquity. Divisive tuning was the most natural way to tune the ancient lutes, or any fretted instrument, which uses frets to divide the vibrating portion of each string into the required precise ratio of pitches. Although more often cylically tuned when played solo, Lyres were also often divisively tuned in antiquity, as they were quite often played in ensemble with other instruments which were in turn, divisively tuned. Although described in the writings of Pythagoras in his experiments at dividing a musical monochord, the divisive tuning system predates Pythagoras by thousands of years and may have evolved along with the origin of the long-necked lute in ancient Babylonia some 5000 years ago, according to John Wheeler (editor of Suzanne Haik Vantoura’s book, “The Music of the Bible Revealed”): "The long-necked lute (according to Curt Sachs) was invented in Babylonia, and indeed thanks to that fact divisive tuning was invented there also. Cyclical tuning was also known there (and that got documented long after his death by the famous theory and hymn tablets from Babylon and Ugarit), but there is this curious fact: the Babylonians used divisive tuning as the basis for their symbolic correlation of the pillar degrees of the octave (e.g., C-F-G-C') with the four seasons, while the Chinese used cyclical tuning as the basis for the symbolic correlation of the same. This (wrote Sachs) is consistent as Babylon was the "home" of the lute and China the "home" of the harp (even though Babylon knew of harps and lyres too and China, if memory serves, also knew the lute from very early times). Divisive tuning is the "natural" tuning of the lute, as cyclical tuning is the "natural" tuning of the harp and lyre, according to Sachs. By that he meant that it's easiest and most natural to tune, and then to play, folk instruments of those genres that way - as I can vouch as a working musician" I have used divisive tuning throughout this album, in my attempt to recreate the purity of the just intonation used in antiquity, which like the music of ancient Rome, has now sadly been forgotten... THE TRACKS 1. Ode To Ancient Rome (Original Composition For Lyre in The Ancient Phrygian Mode) A requiem to the tragically lost music of ancient Rome, this piece is performed in the mournful ancient Geek Phrygian Mode. 2. The Wisdom of Minerva (Original Composition For Lyre in The Ancient Chromatic Phrgyian Mode) In this piece, I have experimented with a rare ancient lyre playing technique, whereby the strings are hit percussively, with a small wooden baton (like on a hammered dulcimer ) instead of being plucked with either the fingers of a plectrum. The first illustration of the hammered lye playing technique dates back to c.700BCE, in the illustrations of musicians on the Bas Reliefs found at the ruins of the Palace of Nineveh, in ancient Assyria. This playing technique seems to have spread from ancient Mesopotamia to the Mediterranean, and may there is indeed evidence that this technique could have also been practiced in ancient Rome, as can be seen in the depictions of lyre players discovered in the ruins of Roman Villas on the island of Cyprus, in the famous Paphos Mosaics. 3. The Flames of Vesta (Original Composition For Lyre in The Ancient Hypophrygian Mode) Vesta was the Roman goddess of the home, to whom the sacred fire of Vesta was perpetually kept burning by the Vestal Virgins... 4. Dark Realms of Pluto (Original Composition For Lyre in The Ancient Hypodorian Mode) - Pluto was the Roman god of the underworld... 5. On The Wings of Cupid (Original Composition For Lyre in The Ancient Hypolydian Mode) Cupid was the winged god of love, desire & erotic love... 6. The Flight of Mercury (Original Composition For Lyre in The Ancient Dorian Mode) – Mercury was the Roman god of travel, a messenger who wore winged sandels... 7. Libation to Laetitia (Original Composition For Lyre in The Ancient Lydian Mode) Laetitia was the Roman goddess of joy & gaiety... For full details, including a free PDF booklet of the albu notes, please see:

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7. Great Expectations - A Very Dark Time - Richard Hartley

Great Expectations - A Very Dark Time - Richard Hartley

Selected tracks from Great Expectations composed by Richard Hartley. Please visit our website at to listen, download, and license tracks for your media projects. All licensing inquiries can be directed to [email protected] Charles Dickens’ oft-filmed classic novel gets the big-screen treatment yet again, this time under the aegis of director Mike Newell (Enchanted April, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) with Jeremy Irvin as Pip, Ralph Fiennes as Magwitch and Helena Bonham Carter as literature’s most memorable shut-in, Miss Havisham. Gaelic and Celtic influences merge with modern classical in veteran British composer Richard Hartley’s ravishingly lush orchestral score, a ferocious harmonic evocation of the timeless power of Dickens’ tale of fate and destiny. From such unabashedly Gothic tracks as "Miss Havisham" and "A Very Dark" Time to the thoughtful melancholy of "Goodbye, Pip," the soaring nobility of "God Bless You, Pip" and the joyous, buoyant reverie of "Shopping for Clothes" and "Mr. Wemick’s Folly", Hartley hitches his score to the emotional ebb and flow of Dickens’ magnificently unpredictable wild ride, giving audiences a musical window into the indefatigable soul of an itinerant orphan named Pip.

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8. ASBJORN - Dark Child

ASBJORN - Dark Child

Andre Bratten - Cascade Of Events Feat. Susanne Sundfør from the album Gode out now via Smalltown Supersound. Anna Von Hausswolff - Evocation from the album The Miraculous out now via City Slang. Asbjorn - Dark Child from the album Pseudo Visions out now via Sinnbus. Bing & Ruth - Rails from the album City Lake out now via RVNG. Brooklyn Dreams - I Won't Let Go from the album YAORcht Rock out now via Festival. Fictonian - Make It Be Ours from the album Desire Lines out now via Distiller Music. Mano Le Tough - Energy Flow from the album Trails out now via Permanent Vacation. Michael Franks - Mr Blue from the album AOR Breaks out now via Festival. Robot Koch - Care (Ft. Julien Marchal) from the album Hypermoment out now via Monkeytown. Vuelveteloca - Mercury Atlas II from the album Pantera out now via BYM Records. We Are The City - Keep On Dancing from the album Above Club out now via Sinnbus.

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9. Dark Side Of Sound On (07.06.2010)

  • Published: 2010-06-07T18:17:39Z
  • By Mike Shu
Dark Side Of Sound On (07.06.2010)

01. Submerge - redwolf [Original Mix] 02. Brian Burger - Magnetic Fields [Original Mix] 03. Eric Sneo - Mass Appeal Madness [Kyle Geigerl Remix] 04. Mickael Davis - Dark Space [Original Mix] 05. The Advent And Industrialyzer - New F [Orginal Mix] 06. Virgil Enzinger And Submerge - Evocation [Orginal Mix] 07. Spiriakos & Amp Steen - 02 [Zero] 08. Submerge - Blackout [Original Mix] 09. Eric Sneo - Mass Appeal Madness [Original Mix] 10. A.Paul - Transference [Original Mix] 11. Ortin Cam & Charles Bells - Mop Up [Orginal Mix] 12. Spiriakos & Steen - Bag [Original Version] 13. Industrialyzer - Going Up [Orginal Mix] 14. Len Faki - Death By House [Adam Beyer & Jesper Dahlback Remix] 15. Jeroen Liebregts - Hunter / Grazer [Sinecure Remix] 16. Space Djz - Tool 004 [Orginal Mix] 17. Axel Karakasis - Raw Level [Orginal Mix] 18. Space Djz - Tool 007 [Orginal Mix]

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10. Sukkubus - Chris Wirsig (dark, brooding, occult cue)

Sukkubus - Chris Wirsig (dark, brooding, occult cue)

dark, brooding, gloomy, creepy, eerie, foreboding, darkness, satanic, satan, magic, devil, ghost, cult, ghostly, incense, monster, horror, terror, suspense, tension, chill, ritual, nightmare, apparition, occult, demon, otherworldly, bad dream, alien, witch, witchcraft, haunting, haunt, evocation, invocation, choir, cello, harp, distorted guitar

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11. Hierro 1800-243 stromboli

Hierro 1800-243 stromboli

dark ambient magmatic evocation

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12. Demonic - Lucifugo

Demonic - Lucifugo

Chikymusik - Ludwian's newbbie "Demonic" Lucifugo - Ritual ambient for dark communion inspired music. Chamber, Evocation, Petition and Closing movements. All rights reserved, promotional only. 2013

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13. Phase II Ep Leo Anibaldi , Marcus Henriksson , Donato Dozzy

Phase II Ep Leo Anibaldi , Marcus Henriksson , Donato Dozzy

This is the Phase II Ep of Leo Anibaldi variations . After Evocation ep with Sebastian Mullaert (Minilogue) , Leo has proposed Markus Henriksson (Minilogue) to create a new version of (Always From Reality) a track coming from the album Cannibald realized in 1992 . For the B side Leo has involved Donato Dozzy to create a new version of Aeon Fusion 1 (1994) wich is a very particular tracks for thoose years considered by the statistics as one of the key tracks before the 'advent of dub dark techno music . The project will be out 1 th july on Cannibald Records strictly on vinyl .

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14. PERSPECTIVES Episode 007 (Part 1) - Clubbervision [Jun 2007]

PERSPECTIVES Episode 007 (Part 1) - Clubbervision [Jun 2007]

01 Kaiko - Sex Passion (Alex Kenji Mix) 02 Modunique - Padded Cell 03 Stereok - Cantus Firmus (Andi Pangea Remix) 04 Id - Id 05 Nicholas Van Orton - Evil Forces 06 Dr. Avalance - Computer System 07 Chris Nemmo & Andree Eskay - Affectation (Dousk Remix) 08 Clubbervision - Evocation (Original Mix) 09 Jalebee Cartel - Vector The Crow 10 Deeverx - Dark Slider (Mikhail Zaberov)

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