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Friday, June 29, 2012

Flavor of the Week #27

Boris Divider
( ;D --> Electro producer Boris Divider develops a dark-minimal Electro style as a consequence of the man-machine atmosphere, the vision of an automated society and a world controlled by machines.)
The Source (DCOM013)
I Was

Arnold Steiner 
( ;D --> electronic experimental techno from Miami.)
Into You (Transient Force)
Renaissance Woman (TF43)!
Metronome and Feelings

Dream Into Dust
( ;D --> Core Dream Into Dust members Derek Rush and Bryin Dall have kept busy with Thee Majesty, A Murder of Angels, 4th Sign of the Apocalypse, and other industrial electronic experimental projects.)
So Beautiful and So Dangerous
( ;D --> So Beautiful and So Dangerous… rarely has so appropriate a title ever been given to a work of art as on the latest album from the New York experimental collective known as Dream into Dust. Never ones to succumb to easy categorization with their effective mix of emotionally charged melody and avant-garde soundscapes, the duo of Derek Rush and Bryin Dall have spent the better part of six years working on a worthwhile follow-up to 2003’s The Lathe of Heaven, an album that in this writer’s mind stands as one of the past decade’s most overlooked and most devastating musical experiences. With this third full-length album, the band pulls all the stops to take listeners through a nightmarishly satisfying journey that is as depressing as it is blissful, as introspective as it is expansive.)
Joie Noire - Unknown (Dream Into Dust remix)

Killing Joke
( ;D --> With a reputation forged in fire, brimstone and magic, Killing Joke have long been one of rock’s most iconic & influential outfits with a string of revered recordings to their name. Covered by Metallica, Foo Fighters and more, Killing Joke’s apocalyptic vision continues to draw praise from such high-profile supporters as Jimmy Page and Billy Corgan, and the band’s considerable musical legacy can be heard in the works of Nirvana, Ministry, Nine Inch Nails and the like – artists whose rise to fame never saw them cutting ties with the underground/alternative scene.)


Meat Beat Manifesto
( ;D --> Meat Beat Manifesto have been perfecting their techno sound since 1987 and have been major influencers on trip-hop, as well as drum and bass along the way.)
Test EP
Synthesizer Test
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