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Friday, March 15, 2013

Flavor of the Week #12

Blüchel and von Deylen
( ;D --> It is a well known fact that opposites attract. And the encounter of Harald Blüchel & Christopher Von Deylen on Bi Polar proves this once again. Also called Cosmic Baby, the former was rianed at the Nuremberg Conservatory, while the latter stirred Hamburg's nightlife under the pseudonym Schiller. Then one day in Berlin, the idea of a collaboration suddenly seemed obvious. a brilliant blend of electronica and classical music, the work of this German duo comes wrapped in pop, easy-listenning and chillout.)
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( ;D --> Download is a Canadian electronic music group formed by Dwayne Goettel and cEvin Key of Skinny Puppy in 1994. The initial lineup also included Off & Gone's Phil Western and Mark Spybey of Dead Voices on Air, but has since been particularly fluid, with Key and Western being the only constant members following Goettel's death. Download's music has been described as post-industrial, drawing from the band's genesis as part of Skinny Puppy but also sharing common stylistic ground with such artists as Aphex Twin and Autechre. The primary instrumentation common throughout their albums is a blend of synthesizers and sampled instruments; the music is particularly centered on elements of percussion and rhythm. Other artists that have been involved are Genesis P. Orridge, Anthony Valcic, Bill Van Rooy, and Ken Marshall. Earlier releases frequently included vocal elements and lyrics, but since III (and Mark Spybey's departure in 1996) their work has been strictly instrumental.)
( ;D --> VIn Hindu scripture, the lingam is the beginning-less and endless cosmic pillar, symbolizing the infinite nature of Shiva, and such infinity can be sensed in Download’s latest album. Entitled LingAM, the duo of cEvin Key and Phil Western use their impressive repertoire of skills, synthesizers and sequencers to create a transcendent work of experimental electronica. Analog squelches and percussive grooves blend seamlessly with elements of trance, noise, IDM, and post-industrial to create a beat driven epic. Centered, as with all Download releases, around a pillar of percussion and rhythm, LingAM stands as an enchanting sonic expression.)
Furnace Re: Dux
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The Panic Lift
( ;D --> Since releasing their debut album "Witness To Our Collapse" in 2008, Panic Lift has slowly carved a name for themselves in the electronic genre. The band has played along side many of the scene's largest acts including Combichrist, Imperative Reaction, Psyclon Nine, Hocico, and Ayria as well as playing several large scale festivals which included Wave Gothik Treffen in Leipzig Germany, and Triton Festival in Brooklyn, New York.)
Is This Goodbye?
Temptress (Encephalon Remix)

( ;D --> Phutureprimitive is the refreshing musical creation of Oregon-based DJ/Producer, Rain. The Phutureprimitive sound is subterranean electronic tribalism, combining elements of organic downtempo, ethnic breaks, and sensual atmospherics. Ethereal vocals soar over dubbed-out basslines, and live percussion unfolds over odd time signatures creating a groove that is influenced by the synthetic textures of psychedelic trance as well as the kinetic grooves of world music.)
Searching For Beauty In The Darkest Places
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( ;D --> Dunkelwerk is the name of a German band which describes its sound as Endzeit Electro (dark electronic beats and sounds often combined with Nazism themes or horror apocalyptic scenarios and distorted vocals), referring to a genre which was originally established by bands like :wumpscut: and Leæther Strip and is nowadays produced by bands like The Retrosic, Suicide Commando or Hocico. Dunkelwerk consists of only one person; Martin V. Kester and is a pure studio project, not doing any live performances or any other public events. The name of the band is an old German idiom which can be translated as "dark work" or "dark factory". The producer behind Dunkelwerk has decided to work under the pseudonym "losttrooper", being restrained to offer pictures of himself.)
Operation: Duesterland (Bonus Tracks Version)
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Operation: Duesterland promo trailer

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