Whitehouse doing unspeakable things to Soft Cell! Brighter Death Now taking a young Depeche Mode from behind and giving them a damn good seeing to! Genocide Organ touching Erasure in a way even they wouldn’t enjoy!
“Ingérence” collects a small selection of rare Ex_Tension material consisting of colaborative material, remixes and a tribute piece to Jhonn Balance of Coil. An excellent oportunity to hear reinterpretations of the work of artists as diverse as .cut, Chrysalide and Geomatic and understand how the sound of experimental music legends Coil influenced this talented French duo.
Human beings always felt the need for domination on their fellow comrades. Unfortunately torture is too often a way to achieve it, treating like pigs the victims. This recording is against all form of excruciate on any living creature. Performed and recorded on one take in Brussels in February 2010.
Third proper album by Soiled aka Marcus H. You cannot define him as purely electronic as he uses non sequenced analogue sounds to compliment the electronica noises.
A showcase of Alaskan electronic music talent ompiled by James “Lucidstatic” Church (www.crlstudio.com/lucidstatic) for Connexion Bizarre in Autumn 2009.
A brooding analysis of historical landscape… Songs inspired by and dedicated to Southern History. All tracks are largely based around a vast library of found sounds / field recordings gathered during a month long Appalachian sojurn in April, 2008. Sound collage meets post industrial meets folk. Acoustic guitar meets powernoise in Bob Moog’s backyard.
A showcase of Indiana-based electronic music talent compiled by Mike Slansky (www.myspace.com/mikeslansky) for Connexion Bizarre in February-November 2009.
“h[A]unted” is not easy to categorize, some say dark ambient, industrial, electro and others… describe this release as a soundscape for the listeners to play with emotions and nostalgia. From anger to sadness, from happiness to furiousness, compositions took place at various occasions along 2009.
J (aka K’Teus) has been creating electronic music since the mid 90’s. The K’Teus (Kay-Tey-Yus) project was initiated in December 2005, taking influence from a wide range of extreme electronica; from gabba, noise, breakcore and dark ambient.
A showcase of Illinois-based electronic music talent compiled by Paul Nielsen (a.k.a. DJ Synctank; www.myspace.com/synctank).