attenuation circuit was started in 2000 as the imprint for releases by its founder EMERGE.
the label started releasing music by other artists and has since published several hundred titles
nearly every field of experimental music as CD-R and download. You can refer to our Bandcamp page for
access to our rich back catalogue, but, most importantly: Please check out our front list directly below.
Absurd Inspiration & Charadriiform vs Filivs Macrocosmi - Versatility of Perception, vol. 2: Ukrainian Ambient Alliance
Versatility of perception is a revisiting of the early recordings of Filivs Macrocosmi by two Ukrainian projects Absurd Inspiration and Charadriiform. The record is not a cover-up b...
CHAOTALION - Tannenholzrauch
Dark fir woods and weird pentagram-esque runes on the cover: How can the contents of this album not be a clichéd, possibly black-metal influenced rendition of the idiotic “stay true to the soil” creed? Well, Alexander Marco has succeeded in tricking us all. His music...
ELEKTROJUDAS / XNDL - split
For years, the work of elektrojudas released on Attenuation Circuit has
been linking the drone/ambient flavour of the label to more
dance-oriented styles of electronic music. On this split LP featuring
four tracks by elektrojudas and three by his long-time musi...
EMERGE - oneirism
Two untitled tracks of 12 minutes each make up EMERGE’s first release in the 10” format. Both showca...
EMERGE - frown
The three tracks on this album distill the essence from EMERGE’s
musical endeavours of the past decade or so and form the perfect
starting point for exploring his vast body of work. Between 15 and 20
minutes in length, each track showcases different aspects of EMERGE’s ...
GX Jupitter-Larsen & Ace Farren Ford / Le Scrambled Debutante feat. EMERGE - split
With this release, attenuation circuit goes one step further in its project of uniting diverse practitioners of the global noise/experimental underground in collaborative projects. In this case, the result is a remarka...
HOLZKOPF & EMERGE - craft
This is not a split release, but an album of two co-composed tracks by
two apparently very diverse artists. Canadian artist Holzkopf is mainly
known for his leftfield take on drum’n’bass and improvised vocals,
while EMERGE is often labelled a “drone ambient...
K2 / ALLAN ZANE - split
All hail the trans-Pacific noise continuum! Each 21-minute side of this
album is dedicated to an artist from Japanand California,
respectively. While certainly harsh, the music of K2aka Kimihide
Kusafuka and Allan Zane offers a great richness of detail, which makes
RLW - PAAK - Zur Arbeit I
Ralf Wehowsky and Peter Kastner, aka RLW and PAAK, present their third collaborative album in a series of concept albums dedicated to various subjects. This record, their first on attenuation circuit, is about work, and as on the previous records (about food and religion, re...
SYNCHRE - Requiem
Lorenzo Brusci, 1966, co-founder of MUSSTDESIGN.com, managing partner at the music robot start up MUSICFIT (musicfit.ch).
He launched over the last 20 years prestigious adventures in the audio and sound space design field as the sound and interactive design studio GIARDINO SONOR...
TECH RIDERS - In The Sky
When early 2016 Sindre Bjerga (Norway) and Frans de Waard (The Netherlands) decided to join forces on a tour through Germany and The Netherlands, they decided that a duo act would be in order as well; as both have a wide experience in improvised electronics it was decided not...
TOY.BIZARRE / EMERGE - split
Since the 1990s, French sound artist Cédric Peyronnet has established himself as one of the most prolific and original composers working with field recordings. After numerous CD releases under his own name and as ingeos and toy.bizarre, this is his first ever vinyl. It w...
V.A. - Tincture of Japanoise
While Merzbow plays museums and ‘noise’ becomes increasingly canonised in ‘high culture,’ this compilation proves that the underground, countercultural Japanese noise scene is still very much alive and kicking. Noisician ORiFiCE, who also curates the noise-orie...
WIEMAN - Alive Futarist Minifesta
In 1914 Luigi Russolo wrote his famous 'Art Of Noise' manifest. The 100th anniversary of 'Futurism' was celebrated all over the world but also in Tilburg, The Netherlands. Wieman was invited to perform their meltpot of futurist noise and since Tilburg is the hometown...