Post Tagged with: "Dead Fader"

Dead Fader :: Dosage EP (Touchin’ Bass)

Dead Fader (aka John Cohen) is most known for his work on Robot Elephant and the brilliant collaboration with Sensational on the Work It, No EP, joins the Touchin’ Bass roster with the Dosage EP. “Booze Lair” is a heavy, plodding and dark affair with cathedral organs droning in and out of tune while a […]

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Ten Years of Combat

Sonic aggression at its purest. Ten Years showcases a lot of what makes Combat Recordings the most aggressive drum and bass label out there. For a genre that pretty much thrives on the violent dynamic of its programming, Ten Years shows that every artist on Combat’s roster can out-beat even the most experienced drum and […]

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Dead Fader :: Blood Forest / Scorched (Robot Elephant / Small But Hard)

Since that exhilarating 4-track release the producer behind the moniker (John Cohen) has been a bit busy. Two full length albums released simultaneously across two imprints. Dead Fader’s last EP Work it, No was a distorted icy blast of bass fueled mayhem that swept through the damp and mildew stained labyrinthine catacombs of dubstep and its […]

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New Dead Fader Material

Dead Fader (AKA John Cohen) will release two full length albums across two labels on April 21st, 2014. This video for the track “Tubed” is taken from the album Scorched, released through Small But Hard. The accompanying album titled Blood Forest will be released via Robot Elephant and both will be preceded by a single containing 2 tracks not found on the […]

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John Cohen :: Deaf Arena (Exotic Pylon)

As an album in its own right Deaf Arena is a towering monument of distorted terror—brooding and heavy with some beautifully intricate atmospheric meanderings. An album of vast doomy tracks that walk the line between shoegazy noise drone and bass heavy aggression, all with a heavy lean toward the ambient arena. John Cohen (aka Dead […]

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Cloaks :: Versions Grain (3BY3)

Cloaks’ debut album Versus Grain was a sophisticated, logical extension of the marriage of dubstep and dark hop, with its original, fibrous roots in Mick Harris’ Scorn—a hard, autistically-absorbed beat bashing against an electrified fence of sputtering but well-tuned noise. The most unspeakable things have be done to wonderful, wobbly dubstep since it stepped beyond […]

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ANODYNE :: Exclusive Studio Mix

Anodyne offers igloomag.com an exclusive mix packed with an abundance of current and classic forms of electro, bass, noise, glitch, electronics and all the creative meanderings of this skilled sonic manipulator. Taking in a plethora of genres and mashing them into one fluid abstract of contagious rhythms, Anodyne’s Studio Mix is a coherent and mind-baffling […]

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Mad EP and Shadow Huntaz :: Nightmare Scenario EP (Acroplane)

Nightmare Scenario delivers sharp hard hitting vocal attacks coupled with some really low and dirty beats. It’s slow and dark with a fair bit of distortion, in a similar vein to the mighty Dead Fader EP that came out a while ago. [Release page] This collaboration between Shadow Huntaz and Mad EP promised quality from […]

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Anodyne :: 4 Empires EP (& Remixes) Combat

Further fierce dance floor manipulations from Anodyne on Combat Recordings alongside a hefty roster of remixers from the likes of Plaid, Dead Fader, DeFeKt and Subjex. [Release page] Taking cues from the original Empires EP back in 2011, both these releases showcase a widely diverse range of production styles across both vinyl and digital releases. […]

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Dead Fader :: Work It, no (Robot Elephant)

Work It, No is guaranteed to blow all the cobwebs out and probably upset 90 percent of the people within earshot. It’s got hints of the more savage and noisy end of dubstep, it has that massive bass mixed with solid half time beats that make you want to move. [Release page] Berlin based Dead […]

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Release your ears 5.0

A list of some recent, current and forthcoming titles that are piquing our ears lately—it’s our attempt to point you to some notable releases worth investigating regardless of genre. Our staff at igloomag.com continually sifts through a plethora of music in an effort to—at the very least—direct you to some interesting releases we may or may not […]

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