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V/A:Dependence (next level electronics volume 2) CD Review PDF Print E-mail
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Contributed by Tony Young   
Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageThis album is one of the last few releases that we will see from this once mighty label.  Yes after a fruitful career, this German export will finally close its doors in the not too distant future amidst claims of far too many downloads are ruining the scene etc.  Fair comment.  The thing is, Dependent used to be a cutting edge label that brought many a club goer 4/4 happy music to munch their disco biscuits to, with an excuse to over do the day-glo.  Once the likes of VNV Nation and Covenant left their stable things started to go wrong.
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AND UTERO DOMINAE:Bleeding Machines CDep [self released] PDF Print E-mail
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Contributed by Tony Young   
Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageFresh, new (not ‘nu’) metal output from this US duo consisting of one Sam Geiger (nice name) and Justin Brink (of Pneumatic Detach fame).  An interesting EP, but not one that immediately grabs you unfortunately. When I listen to metal I want it to make me clench my fist, get in the mood for going out and having a tussle, maybe cause a riot.  Bleeding Machines does none of these.  Okay I am being a little harsh.  Dominae do have some interesting ideas, some generous hooks and some sense of what they want to achieve.  However, they don’t capitalise on these elements, the production is lacking, the power is dampened and it does all sound a little like a bands first demo.
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VARUNNA:Cantos CD Review [Hau Ruk!/TESCO] PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageAnother peculiar release from the Hau Ruk stable.  Italian trio Varunna start up with loose guitars in fine neo-folk fashion that flow nicely from the off, only to be interrupted with the annoying addition of a horn-come-bagpipe that really does grate on your nerves.  Sadly, things degrade further as the disc goes along. The vocal style does nothing for the music, that borders on the inane and far too linear with nothing raising the ball. 
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EDGEY vs DEPTH ERROR:The Abuse Technique CD Review [HIVE] PDF Print E-mail
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Contributed by Tony Young   
Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageSeven tracks each, intermingled in conflict and collaboration, Edgey and Depth Error are here to give you a ride through psychosis.  This is an entertaining and disturbing ride that just like a rollercoaster makes you feel at ease one minute, only to throw you around the next. Drum n’ bass features heavily I the mix which is no surprise whatsoever to me considering Edgey’s past output.  Having not heard of Depth Error it was nice to see he is more than a match for his cohort in every single way.
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POST SCRIPTUM: Rapsad CD Review [TESCO ORGANISATION] PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageA very curious release.  Hypnotic, rich drones, hisses and operatic vocals start the proceedings off in enigmatic fashion with ‘Crepusculum’.  The journey is a long one that soars and is interweaved with almost radio like electronics that are enveloped in the bass like hum that rises six and a half minutes into the affair.  Like some nightmare waiting to happen, Alder Security Post Scriptum appear to have the ability to punch out long tracks that don’t lose face half way through.
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P.A.L: Modus CD Review [Ant-Zen] PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageP.A.L is somewhat a mini legend in the scene, and has been around for the long haul.  Fair to say I was extremely interested in what to expect with this latest affair.  A short Intro leads into ‘Agentenfister’ which kind of made me think of what it would be like if Whitehouse chilled out ad went all musical on us.  Strangely enough, next on the agenda is some far out cod jazz ad ambient.  It’s a quirky mix and one which I am rather fond of. 
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V/A:Ryaz Master CD [Thisco] PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageSub titled ‘Future Comparative Ethnic Research’, I will be honest, I haven’t got a bloody clue as to the reason behind this compilation. Either way, this is an exciting, minimalist listen.  Adam Schanz A wide variety of styles are all encompassed within this album from jazzier elements, to shoegazer, to dub, to subliminal electronica and the outer reaches of IDM.  Mainly this compilation is from a bunch of artists I haven’t heard of apart from the aforementioned Mimetic and C-drik. 
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Mordacious - Torture Tactics [CD Review] PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageMordacious 'Torture Tactics' is the follow up of his previous successful release 'This Emptiness' only a year ago. Mardacious is a US talented artist with live performance experience and some very much promising compositions and ideas. This brand new release proves his eager for an immediate step forward only months after 'This emptiness' release. After a careful listen I will point out the positive and negative aspects of this cd.
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SPETSNAZ "DEADPAN + DEAD ANGLE" PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageHard hits from up North thanks Adam Schanz! The dynamic duo Spetsnaz, Sweden's Power Electro act no. 1, returns with its most versatile album to date. Pontus and Stefan have stayed true to their trademark sound – with its energy-laden beats and thudding sequencers, wrapped in minimalist arrangements that will shake any floor – but have enriched it with a myriad of new facets. There are still enough typical massive full-frontal attacks to make a "Deadpan" an excellent floor burner all the way through … but these have been mingled with tracks that uncover a thorough affinity for early Eighties Electro, a previously hidden side of the two hardcore hooligans.
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VARIOUS "NOISE TERROR VOLUME 2" PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 28 October 2007
ImageNoise Terror Productions – the joint venture of Johan Van Roy (Suicide Commando) and Stefan Herwig (Dependent) – has enjoyed considerable success, thanks in no small part to the first Noise Terror Productions compilation, which featured the best of the underground as selected by Johan Van Roy himself. Part Two is set to top its predecessor with an exclusive track by club darlings “Straftanz”, the first sign of life from Suicide Commando side project KOMBAT UNIT, the first new Suicide Commando track of the year, an exclusive Grendel remix, and a track from Polish underground tip Controlled Collapse. J
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