Thursday, July 14, 2005

One of the best record labels you probably haven't heard of, Square Root Records release their first compilation this month.

Catalog, the inagural release from Square Root Records, collects two songs from each of the seven artists on the record label. The album serves as an introduction to the label's diverse electronic sound. The music included ranges from the sprawling, epic post-techno of Spectral Mornings to the compact electro-pop of thirty (over) thousand, from the intense post-rock of A Ferret Named Polo to the minimalist-influenced compositions of Padreg Jageillon, and beyond.

Look for several Square Root artists performing at the I Made it Myself Festival August 20th in Bay City Michigan.

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