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Friday, January 12, 2018

Flavor of the Week #3

Oshinori Hayashi
( ;D --> oshinori Hayashi, a Tokyo-based artist who has been flying under the radar for some years now, creates a peculiar form of organized chaos by abstracting simple elements, travelling between acid-jazz, big beat, house music, African rhythms and celestial moods.)
Uncountable Set

Syne / 36
( ;D --> 36(pronounced three-six)/Syne  is the ambient / experimental project of Dennis Huddleston from the United Kingdom.)
36: Black Soma
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Genesis Breyer P​-​Orridge
( ;D --> Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (born Neil Andrew Megson; 22 February 1950) is an English singer-songwriter, musician, poet, performance artist, and occultist. After rising to notability as the founder of the COUM Transmissions artistic collective and then fronting the industrial band Throbbing Gristle, P-Orridge was a founding member of Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth occult group, and fronted the experimental band Psychic TV. P-Orridge identifies as third gender.)
A Tribute To Genesis Breyer P​-​Orridge
A Tribute To Genesis Breyer P​-​Orridge II
( ;D --> A benefit compilation for Genesis P-Orridge. Musical pioneer, cultural engineer, wrecker of civilization, anti-Pope of the Temple ov Psychic Youth and also merry prankster – Genesis Breyer P-Orridge is arguably one of the most important icons of Alternative Culture of the latter quarter of the 20th century and beyond. )
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Throbbing Gristle
Psychic TV

( ;D --> Cédric Arseau aka Damabiah is a French composer of electronic music since 1999. His productions range from Techno, Progressive House, Electronica. The artist is quite difficult to classify as his influences are varied. From Classical music to the Detroit techno through the sounds of Vangelis, Mike Oldfield and Jean Michel Jarre, Damabiah explores harmonious combinations whose primary vocation is an invitation to travel.)
Irminsul, le pillier du monde - Original Mix

( ;D --> Arditi is a Swedish martial industrial and neoclassical band. It consists of Henry Möller of Puissance and Mårten Björkman from black metal bands Algaion and Octinomos. Arditi formed in 2001, deriving their name from the early Italian special forces unit known as the Arditi. They released their first EP, Unity of Blood in 2002, following it soon after was their first full length album, Marching on to Victory in 2003. Since then Arditi has released four more full length albums, Spirit of Sacrifice in 2005, Standards of Triumph in 2006, Omne Ensis Impera in 2008, Leading the Iron Resistance in 2011 as well as three more EPs, including a limited edition split album with Toroidh.)
Imposing Elitism
( ;D --> A new dawn rises as the broken ground trembles under the resounding echoes of an army… “Imposing Elitism” marks a turning point – what was once cold hard stone has now turned into raw steel! The awe-inspiring figure that is ARDITI has never been stronger or more relentless, and continues to cast an ever-harsher tone to their Martial Neo-Classical Industrial on their sixth full-length release. By reaching further into Man’s collecting past to harvest memories of a golden age of heroes, ARDITI tap into the source of ancient blood that will fuel the impending march to the new Era.)
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Over And Out

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