Sunday, December 29, 2013
Well, welcome to bubblegum industrial. Straight from posh isolation, with its warmness of its synth's and its major difference from the other releases done by this duo. Even my girlfriend likes this so enjoy this europop love because you wont be disappointed. You can still buy this at various distros and posh isolation, over 400 copies were made so dont make the choice of waiting because the copies will be eventually sold.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Friday, December 20, 2013
Every artist on this comp is from the UK, some new, some maybe you have already heard. This is a really great one, you should solely get it based on cremation lily, stab electronics, iron fist of the sun, and shift. how can you say no?
Sunday, December 15, 2013
“The main idea of ALFARMANIA project is pain and anger arising from living in unbearable urban poverty oppressed by ghetto weight and drug-induced oblivion. ALFARMANIA music is brimming with insanity, negative emotional charge and filthy technocratic dizziness crafted with low quality tools. ALFARMANIA music reveals claustrophobia syndrome among four walls of an asylum, the hell of chemical paradise and existential terror.” - last.fm
Sordid Salt Lake power electronics bowing at the altar of Caligula. From a brief look at the band's Discogs page, it would appear that Bathouse is the only thing that this SLC based duo has released so far, a short cassette Ep with two untitled tracks of sweat-drenched delirium that spew out a low-fi, heavily distorted strain of power electronics that sounds like it was captured on an ancient blood-soaked Tascam machine. I'm not familiar with the other bands that members Tia Martinez and Jon Tabish are involved with, but with Bathouse they summon up some spectacularly filthy electronic chaos that I could definitely hear more of. Everything about this recording is distorted, the entire sound is blown out to hell, the vocals an incomprehensible lustful howl that's buried way down in the oceanic fuzz, the sound shifting from squealing, crushing over-modulated noise fused to punishing delay/feedback abuse, to churning asphalt-mixer distortion, the synth sound massively blown-out, droning and swarming, shattered into controlled bursts of crushing low-end hum, everything lost in the intense murky haze of tape hiss. Even through this bleary haze of low-fi filth, though, the sound of Bathouse is frantic, even scornful, with a similar violent unhinged feel as some of the recent releases from Grunt and Bagman. And through this murky storm of gutter electronics and rabid frothing-at-the-mouth incantations, the duo extol the glories of Roman hedonism, of flesh subjugated in the steam-heat of the public baths and violent lust exercised in the caldarium. Nice n' filthy, and recommended only to fans of the aforementioned perpetrators of nebulous PE and their ilk. Limited to just thirty-five copies - Crucial Blast
http://www.crucialblastshop.net (You can purchase the tape here for $6)
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
this is a little nazi gem, quite possibly one of my favorite nazi power electronics/noise with great samples, vocals and atmosphere. you will not be disappointed with this at all. this was also released in japan, the label is Vs International