Various Artists “netBloc Volume 9 (Lo-Fi Adventures on Planet Rheton!)” (BSCOMP0009, 2007)

As the title suggests, this release is focused on "lo-fi" offerings that the world of net audio has to offer. Lo-fi as a description for music is kind of vague and can include many genres. Personally, I define lo-fi as any music without slick production – music that can contain distorted samples or distortion itself applied to any number of song elements. In fact, distortion becomes an advantage in the wonderful world of lo-fi. Lo-fi can also mean nothing more than merely a home recording on cheap equipment. Here I present 10 lo-fi gems for you to chew on for the next month. Enjoy them and don't miss the accompanying 55 page PDF booklet. Leave a review at our Archive.org release page.

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