Sunday, November 22, 2009

KILLBOT-Beep and Twitch Now Available

KILLBOT-Beep and Twitch
Released 11.19.2009
Waiting World Records 007

Product Description:
Killbot's (aka Daniel Sexton) Beep and Twitch is a lively and fantastic mixture of breakcore, drum-n-bass and gabber. This release manages to transcend the typical low-accessibility of breakcore, utilizing finesse instead of the all too predictable programming we have all grown so tired of. What sets Killbot apart from many of his peers is his embracement of the microphone. Processed vocals deliver an uncanny message of topics ranging from potty training, vampires to business suit entrepreneurship. If you haven't guessed by now, he's not taking himself too seriously allowing the listener to once again have fun with a new record while delving deep into a complex audio exercise.
To purchase your copy click here.


Thursday, November 12, 2009

M Peck's City Skies Performance

Below are the links to M. Peck's set at the City Skies concert series last weekend in Decatur, Georgia hosted by Jim Combs and Kavarna.

It was a great night for live music last Saturday in Decatur's Kavarna; located in somewhat of an oasis in the downtown area. A surprisingly large number of people were on hand and close to a hundred were tuned in on to listen in on the evening's performances.
Thank you to Jim for putting together a great night and having me down and thanks to the staff of Kavarna for their hospitality.

Friday, October 23, 2009

KILLBOT-Beep and Twitch Sneak Peek

Track List:
01. tenth
02. muffin stump mountain
03. five lion waltz
04. fortress maximus
05. jc speedcore
06. mighty meat treat
07. rasta styleee
08. potty training
09. portrait of a trailor park
10. vampires rule!!!
11. how am i not myself?
We are currently waiting on the proof to come back for approval on this upcoming release. For those of you interested in pre-orders please contact us at waitingworldrecords at gmail dot com. Stay tuned for more info.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Fall/Winter Release Schedule

Over the next few months three (possibly four) new releases will be available from WWR.
Killbot: Beep and Twitch
Official press release, artwork and track listing will be posted soon. In the meantime preview tracks are available at Killbot's Myspace.
Release date 10.27.09.

Kuwahara: Honey Cult
From experimental electronic performer Mike Honeycutt and M. Peck, Honey Cult offers an orgy of sound with a dismal undercurrent. The first single "A Basket for Elliot" can be heard on the Chaotic Underworld Noise Compilation Volume 4 "We Still Prey".
Release date in mid-November

Mark Mahoney and M. Peck
Back again together to collaborate on their fourth full length release that focuses on material composed for the 2008 Gathering performance in Philadelphia, PA. This perhaps is the most diverse and conceptual offering from Mahoney and Peck to date.
Release date TBA.

Monday, September 21, 2009

M. Peck performance Advance Notice

If you're in the Atlanta area Saturday, Nov. 7, please stop by Kavarna for a live performance from M. Peck. Here's the details:

AE09 Afterthoughts

This past weekend's AE09 performances from Mahoney and Peck went expectantly well.
12 hours of non-stop streaming performances were streamed from around the world, and apparently had a record turnout of online listeners which is always a plus.
If you didn't get the opportunity to catch Mark's set, here is the link to download this 30 minute set of electro bliss.
More audio to come... please standby.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Autumnal Equinox Streaming Performance

Tune in Saturday, Sept. 19 to to listen to live performances from musicians from around the world. Mahoney's set will begin at 9pm est and will be followed by M. Peck from 9:30-10:00 est. Enjoy!

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

A Nod to Imprint

This following excerpt was recently posted on the Star's End Weekly Update.
"Imagine you are traveling at light speed inyour spaceshipsomewhere out atthe furthest reaches of the aural universe. Suddenly there is a malfunction and you must ditchit on a nearby deserted desert planet! Oh No! With little hope of rescue you are on your own for the foreseeable future. So what music would youwant to have with you while you are waiting to be found? STAR'S END asked this of avid listener and supporter Kathy Jeffries ofBaltimore, Maryland. Kathy came up with a very interesting Top Ten. Admiting to having a difficult time narrowing it down to just ten discs Kathy does include a few double CD sets in her list (no doubt this excess weight in her luggage led to the crash!) So let us see what Kathy will be listening to until Space Patrol comes by to pick her up!"

Top Ten Desert PlanetDiscs - Kathy Jeffries

Landmass by Steve Roach
Bestiary by Robert Rich
My Life in the Bush of Ghosts by Brian Eno & David Byrne
Rain Falls in Grey by Radio Massacre International
Continuum by Ian Boddy
Toward the Within by Dead Can Dance
Lux Vivens by Jocelyn Montgomery
Ambient Elsewhere by Ministry of Inside Things
Chronos by Michael Stearns
Imprint by Mahoney & Peck

Thanks Kathy! We appreciate the support.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

AE 09

Saturday, Sept. 19 WWR artists Michael Peck and Mark Mahoney will be performing solo sets celebrating the Autumnal Equinox. These performances will be broadcast via web on
More in TBA.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Hypnagogue Review on Beyond the Vaulting Sky

"Mahoney's work is very electronic in nature, urging technosqueals and transistobabble from his gear and bending them to his compositional will. They're eminently malleable in his hands, readily made into workable components for his dark-edged soundforms. But he's equally at home working the waveform of a softer ambient flow. That craftsmanship is in full effect on Beyond the Vaulting Sky..."
For the full version go to:

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

ECHOTOMB Live 08.05.09

Wednesday August 05, 2009
The Hideaway
Johnson City, TN
$5 Cover

Hooking up with the Killbot for what should be a great night of breakcore madness. Xrin Arms, en route from the far West is bringing his own styled madness and from what I've read/listened/watched online he puts on one hell of a show. Looking forward to this.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

CD Baby Storefront Pages

Recently, CD began to update, revamp and enhance their website which inevitably means downtime, bad codes and frustration for all parties involved. So if you've been experiencing any of the above attempting to browse WWR titles, I apologize. I've been assured these issues will be resolved swiftly and I have no reason to doubt them.
Obviously, any orders can still be made to us directly and there's plenty of material to be digested at the respective WWR Artists pages.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Reverbnation Widgets

Click on the banners below to visit the respective Reverbnation pages for our WWR artists.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Peck's DYSMHA reviewed by Heathen Harvest

Artist: M.Peck
Title: Dysmha
Label: Chaotic Underworld
Genre: Dark Ambient/ Electronic/ Glitch
Track Listing:
01 Deathbed Memory
02 Ghost With No Conscious

M.Peck (also known as Michael Peck and Redfadesbeforeblue) is a composer of electronic and dark ambient soundscapes.  He’s been recording music with digital synthesizer, software applications and Theremin since 2000.  Already known to the electronic scene as a maestro of ominous dark ambient, he brings us Dysmha.

“Deathbed Memory” is a texture of ambient sounds woven with Theremins, guitar effects, cymbals and some truly ghost-like vocals.  It has what can best be described as a monumentally glacial mood.  This is definitely music to conjure up a sinister atmosphere.  Howling effects ascend and descend into a wasteland of eerie sounds.

“Ghost With Conscious”, while similar in sounds has a definite industrial slant to it.   My only dispute is that maybe it’s a fraction too alike, as one song seemed to end without a new one beginning. That being said, it is a cohesive piece in relation to “Deathbed Memory” with a continuation of menacing sonic journey.

A level of above par production must be mentioned.  In a word, it’s flawless.  M.Peck’s technical ability is about as close to perfection as a performer can come to.  That perfection can lean on the side of coldness, but maybe that was the point of the compositions within themselves.  After all how many of our memories are of the warm and fuzzy nature (found on the deathbed or not)?  Could the specter without awareness of their thoughts and actions be those around us or our own selves?  Maybe M. Peck is asking us for that answer.

Monday, June 22, 2009

M. Peck Summer Solstice link/download

Enjoy this 30 minute set of all new material performed last Saturday, June 20, during the Summer Solstice streaming celebration.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Summer Solstice Stream

Earlier tonight, and embarked on an unusual homage to the Summer Solstice via internet. For 24 straight hours, they broadcasted live electronic music from musicians that spanned the entire globe ranging from dark ambient, berlin school, experimetnal to Chuck Improvosations, and more, live via the web.
WWR artists Mark Mahoney and M. Peck took up an hour slot from 8:00-9:00pm est. and delivered some great sonic gravy. Each generating contrasting sets of bio-ambience and cerebral interludes.
Thanks to both and for making this happen.
Check back soon for links to these two amazing sets!

Beyond the Vaulting Sky...reviewed in Sonic Curiosity

MARK MAHONEY: Beyond the Vaulting Sky (CD on Waiting World Records)

This release from 2009 offers 58 minutes of ambient electronic music.

Brooding atmospherics are seasoned by delicate electronic waves that lend the sky music an expansive milieu.

As an ambient foundation unfurls, pleasant electronics sigh and ripple with languid definition. Lavish hissing sweeps cascade through the mix. Deep tones resonate in tandem with high-end pitches, establishing a congenial counterbalance of effects. Flutish keyboards mingle with mechanized rainfall, evoking a winsome nostalgia for unexplored realms.

The presence of grittier enhancements introduce favorable substance to the ethereal flow. Glitchy chitterings, hints of percussive pitterings, sparkling diodes, gurgling chords--all of which provide the tuneage with delightful density. Mahoney has an alluring tendency to balance softness with body, resulting in an appealing robust sound that remains fragile and peaceful.

In some tracks, sounds are utilized in a percussive manner, bolstering the gently streaming melodies with rhythmic motivation. The tempos are amiable and mild, coaxing a moderate degree of animation to the ambience.

While these compositions are generally ambient in nature, the presence of more substantial embellishments elevate the music to contemporary status. The harmonic definition often exhibits enticing melodic traces, giving the music's contemplative character an entertaining spirit.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Mahoney in ATL July 11

Saturday, July 11 Mark Mahoney will be appearing at the monthly City Skies concert series held in Decatur, Ga. (Just outside of Atlanta).
This will be Mark's third appearance at the City Skies series which is curated by our friend Jim Combs (aka Sensitive Chaos). The City Skies monthly series offers an intimate setting for fans of all genres of electronica and electro-acoustic performance. The venue is rather quaint offering both food and drink and a wonderful sound system to get the most bang for your buck.
Log onto for more info.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Top 20

Mark Mahoney's latest release has been getting a lot of airplay here in the states and was recently listed on the Star's End Top 20, as well as our good friends Jason Sloan and his latest album "[--]" and Darrell Burgan with his release "Elysium Planitia". Here is the entire list:
The Abstract Sound - Deep Space (Refugia)
Between Interval - The Edge of a Fairytale (Wanderings)
Circular - Substans (Ultimae)
Dutch Space Mission - Masters of Space and Time (AmbientLive)
Free System Projekt - Procyon (MusicZeit)
Jon Hassell - Last Night the Moon Came (ECM)
Ideation - Adrift (Ricochet Dream)
Jeffrey Koepper - Radiate (Ricochet Dream)
Mark Mahoney - Beyond the Vaulting Sky (WWR) James Murray - Where Edges Meet (Ultimae)
Craig Padilla/Zero Ohms/Skip Murphy - Beyond the Portal (Lotuspike)
Palancar - Elysium Planitia (Blue Water)
Steve Roach - Dynamic Stillness (Projekt)
Ethan Rose - Oaks (Holocene)
Jason Sloan - [--] (Slobor Media)
Soporus - 24.110 (Burnt Toast Vinyl)
Saul Stokes - Metacollage (Stokesmusic)
Tangerine Dream - Booster (Purple Pyramid)
Whitetree - Cloudland (Ponderosa Music & Art)
Various Artists - STAR'S END 30th Anniversry Anthology (World Cafe)

Friday, May 29, 2009

Peck's DYSMHA reviewed in Igloo Magazine

Here's a snippet of the recent review featured in Igloo Magazine.
"Definitely not one for those of delicate ambient sensibilities, Dysmha creeps malevolently into the "doombient" bag with the emphasis on the doom- rather than the (am)bient. DQ (Doom Quotient) is cranked down past the fuzz/buzz-point where you'd locate Fear Falls Burning, and past the gruzz/scuzz-point of Nadja, rendered namby-pambient by comparison. Nearest spirit-kin for these diseased slabs of creeping audio-efflatus would be in the sludge dungeons of Sunn O))). Walls of corrosive guitar, theremin and audio-scum are stirred together into a foul brew of purulent atmospheres of oppressive expressivity. That's opener, "Deathbed Memory." An excoriating pitch black exercise of asphyxiating dense guitar sludge dredged up from some Stygian depths, all toxic brimstone and bitter treacle, is its companion piece "Ghost with No Conscious," a harbinger of no less nihilist doom-gloom."
For the entire review go to:

Monday, May 18, 2009 Summer Solstice Schedule

Mark Mahoney's set will span from 8:00-8:30pm EST and I will follow him from 8:30-9:00pm EST. This will be a seamless flow from his set into mine and I am very excited to hear the contrast of the two.
For more info:

Friday, May 15, 2009

Upcoming Performances

WWR artists M. Peck and Mark Mahoney will each be performing solo sets on Friday, June 20 via the Summer Solstice 2009 Streaming Concert. This is an all day event with several performers playing from various genres of electronic music. As of yet, the schedule has not been posted. More info to come.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Echotomb Artwork and Tracklist

1. Death's Usher
2. Brimm
3. Likely Story
4. Your Ship Is Full Of Holes
5. LMM.7
6. Black Wave Memorial
7. Skin Transistor
8. Beetle Lounge Boy

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Star's End Airplay

Voices Within the Solar Stream and Starfish, track five/six off of Mark Mahoney's recently released full length Beyond the Vaulting Sky is airing this morning at 4:00am on WXPN's Star's End hosted by Chuck van Zyl. Tune into this Saturday 05/02/09 to take in the entire release via web. Press Release and showtime to be posted soon.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Mark Mahoney-Beyond the Vaulting Sky

Here is the cover artwork and track list for Mark's latest release
"Beyond the Vaulting Sky"

Track List:
1. Beyond the Vaulting Sky
2. A Visit to a Most Ancient Outpost
3. Dance of the Arachnid
4. The Subtleties Between Desire and Need
5. Voices Within the Solar Stream
6. Starfish
7. Sailing into Calm Remembrances
8. Chopped Logic

More info to come (very soon) on this wonderful release.

Friday, April 17, 2009

ECHOTOMB-Lonely Machine

The CDs are in and all pre-paid orders have went out. By the end of the month this will be available on CD Baby but in the meantime you can still PayPal your order to mpeckmusic (at) gmail dot com. Please email in advance to make sure copies are still available. Thanks for all the support.
The Mahoney-Beyond the Vaulting Sky release should be in early next week and you can send $10 to the PayPal address listed above to pre-order your copy.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Current Activities

The forthcoming releases "Beyond The Vaulting Sky" from Mark Mahoney and the ECHOTOMB full length "Lonely Machine" have been sent out for duplication. Track lists and album artwork will be posted soon.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Upcoming 1st Quarter Releases

WWR will have two albums drop in April. The first being Mark Mahoney's second solo release "Beyond The Vaulted Sky." A magnificent journey of deep-space-tinged, progressive ambience.
Lonely Machines from ECHOTOMB will also rear its head in April. Fans of Aphex Twin, Richard Devine and Autechre will no doubt be down with this.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009


Waiting World Records is the imprint for M. Peck, all his solo works as well as side projects that he is actively involved in. However, this is not only limited to his releases but as well as the solo works or projects from the artists that he frequently works with or other artists that also fit into the WWR aesthetic.
More info to come...