Right in time for our next event Indian Junglist comes up with a super solid four tracker on the Japanese Label Otherman Records. Infravision Vitamin is packed with rave stabs, pitched vocals and manic breakbeats. All 4 tracks are worth your attention. Your neighbours will love it, I promise! 1. Indian Junglist – Infravision Vitamin 2. Indian Junglist – The Sartyr’s Little Pleasures 3. Indian Junglist – Muscle Slice Hustle 4. Indian Junglist – Emotional Desert Btw. you can grab the EP for free 🙂
To describe this piece of art, it’s enough to say that it’s simply beautiful. The dense drum programming, the daunting pads, as well as the well thought through arrangements make this album outstanding. 1. DRONE SCAN 1 03:44 2. MFOS 05:11 3. AGONY 04:48 4. BRIGHTER DAYS 05:34 5. DRONE SCAN 2 03:58 6. LOST CONNECTION 04:28 7. SNAKE SKIN 04:04 8. DRONE SCAN 3 03:52 9. SERPENT 05:18 10. RUBY EYES 04:40 11. DRONE SCAN 4 03:04 12. THE TRIENGLE 06:35 13. WHEN LIFE ENDS 05:18 14. DRONE SCAN 5 04:07 LOST CONNECTION by DOOM POETS
Honestly, I also still don’t know what the title is referring to. Anyway, I guess that is not of importance here. What’s in the spotlight, is the amazing music on this compilation. The Third Movement is without a doubt one of the best known hardcore labels around. From mainstream hardcore to industrial they have a little bit of everything in the discography. For this compilation they brought together some of their most promising talents, such as Promo, Dither or Igneon System, just to name a few. The very different tracks on this compilation have at least one thing in common: […]
The infamous DJ Producer delivers some uncompromising hardcore in Future Incognitothat will leave you speechless. His album contains 15 tracks and features a shitload of distorted kickdrums and hypnotic rhythms. His signature sound can be enjoyed here in all of its facets. For only 10 bucks you get one of the – if not the – most anticipated albums this year! From about 150 to 190 BPM you should find something that pleases your eardrums! Tracklist: 01. Killing Time 02. Cautionary Tales 03. Reference Points 04. Four Twenty Seven 05. The Path of Self-Realisation 06. The Sound of a … […]
Wow, this is what I call a full length album. Corner appears to be a mastermind when it comes to creating dark soundspheres. Human – Machine is as daunting as it is haunting. Hypnotic rhythms feed this claustrophobic journey through darkness. Even though it might appear to some of our readers as a bit too slow, you soon learn to love it! There’s a lot to discover on this album. Better do this on your own. So sit back and relax! For already 10 bucks you can get this album from Dark.Descent. A label which is well known for their […]
Hellcreator is not new to the game. After thousands of years of terror, he knows the score. No tracklist available
Industrial hardcore at its finest. Strange Arrival presents some dark soundscapes for you guys out there. Tracklist: 01. Natrion – Bulldozer 02. The Outside Agency – Forest Children (Strange Arrival Remix) 03. Strange Arrival – Resonance Cascade 04. Somniac One – Xanstorm 05. Mindustries – Definder 06. Dustrializer – Refinery of Blackness 07. Kilbourne – Evnika 08. The Outside Agency & Broken Rules – World Breaker 09. Strange Arrival – ID 10. The Outside Agency & Deathmachine – Neurosurgery 11. Strange Arrival – ID 12. Ophidian – Only One
The sound of Rottencore for you home! Can there be anything better in this disgusting world? Tracklist in live mode: Intro: A speech made with a bot. – Just Go On It. – Violent – I Need Money – Ouwe Stijl Is Botergeil (Anthem 2014) – Assassin Of Terror – Who The Fuck I Am – Brain Pressure – Not On My Head – Dirty Assassin – Fuck Off – Rottencore & KCMA – You’re A Fucking Bitch – M1dlet – Take Yo Ass Home (Rottencore Remix) Outro: An Amiga 8 Bit game intro music.
Yep, I guess all the terrorheads out their should be super happy with this mix. No tracklist avalable
If you are not familiar with Deathchant Records, you might better check out their discography. One of the very first hardcore Labels in UK and most probably the most recognized one out there. You find tons of classics in their back catalogue as well as in this mix. No tracklist available
When Tugie hits the stage, crossbreed and UK hardcore become one. Decades of experience make this guy one of the most promising acts out there even though I got the impression that not that many people are familiar with this guy. Better check him out, you might regret it if you don’t!
I think that we already posted a set by this dude. He’s definitely worth following! A highly talented DJ with a lot of ambition. Tracklist: 01 Satan – Doom [Triamer Recordings] 02 Innominate & Sei2ure – Execute [Heresy] 03 Sei2ure – Serial Killer [Footworxx] 04 Lucy Furr – Submission [PRSPCT] 05 Switch Technique – Till Death Do Us Part [PRSPCT] 06 Switch technique & Dart Mc – Casual Folk Music [PRSPCT] 07 Dolphin – Black Gold (VIP Mix) [PRSPCT] 08 The Satan & eDUB – Kill You [Future Sickness] 09 The Outside Agency – Deep Sleep [Genosha One Seven Five] […]
This guy from Russia appears to be heavily into Early Hardcore. If you’re missing rave stabs and cheesy melodies accompanied by distroted 909 Kicks you should find entertainment in his mix series. There are 3 of them out so far, so maybe check him out every now and then 😉
Can the Outside Agency screw it up? I guess not. Obviously they didn’t! So enjoy an atmospheric 2 hour journey through the landscaps of techno, hardcore, crossbreed and faster core realted stuff. Tracklist: 00. Intro 01. The Outside Agency – The Wandering Mind 02. D00d – Reduxity 03. Ghost in the Machine – Beacon 04. Perc – Look What Your Love Has Done To Me 05. Dax J – Condition The Masses 06. Tymon – Godless 07. I Hate Models – She Said Fuck People I Have Drugs 08. Somniac One – You Don’t Belong 09. Mindustries – Tech Noire […]
TriaMer delivers a quite funky podcast to promote his newest EP on Future Sickness. Better check out both 😉 And here’s the fresh new King is Back EP: King Is Back EP by TriaMer
It’s already a few months out there but still worth listening. The latest Album by KRTM on the infamous PRSPCT label is an outstanding piece of art. This is the epitome of hard Techno, in my personal opinion. KRTM succeeds in bringing eeriness and flow together like no other. From slow to a little bit faster and from straight to broken. However, if you bought tracks by KRTM so far you might have some of the tracks from the album already in your discography, since some were previously released on Madback Records. But if you didn’t there’s no excuse to […]