Post Tagged with: "Power Electronics"

Wet Nurse. & Ten Thousand Miles Of Arteries :: Split (Malignant)

Fans of death industrialism and merciless power electronics from Brigther death now, IRM to Megaptera, Genocide Organ, Atrax Morgue will find here a warmly recommended release. Malignant Records are back with monthly releases of subterranean, blasting and blackened experimental music. I will focus on the split album by two very obscure and underground projects Wet […]

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Gnawed :: Pestilence Beholden (Malignant)

This Minneapolis based project carries on the path of uncompromising and solidly harsh noisy experiences. The soundscaping vein is utterly bleak, apocalyptic with massive industrial sections, droned-out textures and brutally black ambiences. With a release of a handful of tapes under a DIY approach Gnawed remains faithful to the rigorous underground tradition of the industrial-power […]

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Sturqen :: Cura (Kvitnu)

Exploring an inner violence, Sturqen have inadvertently created a fluid audio distraction of raw industrial soundscapes. As Cura (Cure in English) suggests treatment or restoration of a sick organism, Porto Portugal-based Sturqen (aka David Arantes, César Rodrigues) are a prolific duo that continue to rattle exp-electronics and modular soundscapes. How they intend to organize and explore this inner […]

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Lee Simeone :: Best Seat in the Dream EP (Vernal Equinox)

A fascinating collection of intricate compositions; a cinematic burst of perfect visual accompaniment that is roused within the mind, especially when taking on board the vintage styled synthesis, delicate atmospherics, haunting vocal ventures and melodic guitar-driven overtones—all blended to perfect trance. For all lovers of classic synths, Lee Simeone‘s latest Best Seat in the Dream […]

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