Digital Vomit was a decentralised collective from 2005-2015.
Digital Vomit had members worldwide, with responsibilities and power distributed between us all. Who was in charge of DV? Everyone and no one…
Between 2005 and 2015 we released a number of CDs and MP3 albums (plus a DVD, four 7"s, a 12" LP, ringtones, a zine, and an 8-track) - over 100 releases spanning over two hundred artists from all corners of the globe.
ANE's second batch of television tinted tracks, with the familiar mix of the old and the new. No staples please.
The first split for both of these artists, this release runs just over half an hour and contains 10 blistering tracks. This is not your grandmother's noise.
The second Digital Vomit Dubnihilistic Compilation! 15 new tracks straight out of Babylon!
First release for this Thee Crumb ambient/noise/drone side-project. All-live laptop improvisations with some minimal editing and effects added afterwards.
Full-length debut from this long-gestating project. Elephantine beats and reverb drenched electronics collide in a post-industrial fever dream.
A dark ambient side-project from Solypsis. Audio for restless sleep.
Skweee returns to DV with some seriously skweeet beats from the forest of funk
Deep-sea tomfoolery from the Teuth and A1K3M1
The 3rd Digital Vomit Kids Album is finally here. The theme this time is TV programme themes from your childhood (but maybe not quite as you remembered them). A joint release with Bit-Phalanx.
Thee Crumb's 2012 RPM Challenge album has now landed.
Swedish electronic dementia in happy MP3 chunk form.
Rhythmic and not-so-rhythmic noise for the faint of hearing
new lo-fi industrial-flavored tracks that walk the line between maudlin and ridiculous
Our "greatest hits" compilation culled from the first 100 releases.
First collaborative effort between these two like-minded rhythmic noise afficionados.
Fine new release from our punktronica king
Two discs of wonky, glitched-up, synthetic Scandinavian funk
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(by solypsis 26 Feb 2015 03:59, posts: 2)
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