Brutal, beautiful and at times breathtaking; the music of oyaarss is all these things.
Fancy 70 minutes of sharp, glitch tweaked heads down electro business? Thought you might. Transistor Physics from Dr Skunkenstein delivers on that count.
Ursa’s 10 track pick for October 2012.ft. Pearson Sound, Boards of Canada / Machinedrum, Machine Gun Militia, Randomer, Ryan Vail, Death Grips, OktoRed…
Come in out of the cold with Laica and the Charcoal mini album from Brambles for Welsh label Serein.
Romania’s Sorin Paun offers up Biaxial under his latest alias Wirewound for free download.
The next release from Spatial Foundation has been let free and as with the previous works in the series, it’s available for free download.
Back in September the 31st Vacu Sessions was published. At the helm, the Parisian c_c.
Here’s Dutch producer Samuel van Dijk recent live PA at Dublin’s Twisted Pepper back in mid September.
DVNT’s ten track pick for October 2012.ft. Volor Flex & Encode, Robert Pain, Spookhouse, Deadbeat, Mala, Ingen, Radioactive Man, Randomer, Trevino…
Militant Science commander in chief Blackford follows up his superb EP Smileys Dream with this fresh 3 tracker for Battery Park Studios.
Fans of the intricate glitch pure minimalism championed by Germany’s mighty Raster-Noton will gravitate towards Monoiz‘s Multiple Phonem like a hipster to an iPhone.
A mix describing itself as ritual industrial is always going to grab my attention. Yours too I’ll wager.
Oxynucid’s Cod Liver Oil is a piece of melody rich. heavy on the LSD, electronica IDM backed with remixes from Volitune and Vertical67.
Presenting 7 tracks of twilight drone, this is XZICD‘s Monolith EP.
Laica takes to the caverns in search of Old Apparatus.
A core member of Darkfloor, Ursa embarks on a UK tour supporting Japanese artist Coppe’ + London label Bit-Phalanx from tomorrow, September 21st.
Back in April we posted up the Wintertechno mix by Baeks; formerly half of the industrial dark, pitch black with sledgehammer techno power duo Ancient Methods. This is the follow-up.
The night before Dimentia (alongside label boss Split Horizon) tore Darkfloor Live apart he gave his machines a workout on North London’s ILL FM. This is that recording.
Laica engages with the Central Processing Unit and enters the Newmark Phase in the company of Cygnus.
Darkfloor get into a short discussion with Ireland’s Colin Cloughley aka Anodyne as two heavyweight remix EPs drop.
The huge (116 track) Electro Compendium is a who’s who of some of the illest producers of Electro out there today.
Germany’s Maschinen Musik gets back in the game with this four tracker Eclipse from label head Dr Schmidt and label veteran Solar Chrome.
A frankly mammoth, classic rammed 2 hr DJ session from Surgeon back from 2003, live at Werk.
Right then, Darkfloor Live #4 is imminent. On Friday September 7th, from Oakland, California we present two hardware flexing sound technicians in the form of Dimentia and Split Horizon.
Semantica present two tracks of bass heavy techno pressure from duo NX1. “a relentless rugged onslaught of drums and bass” Laica reviews.
Flint Kids – Live at Darkfloor Live 002
We review the Transsektoral album by Ostgut’s Barker & Baumecker, released September 2012.
Stoke on Trent’s Mazzula offers up a deep stepping electro roller for free download.
A new release on Paul Blackford’s Militant Science imprint always catches our attention. This time it’s from US producer Ali Berger.
Our debut CD EP is now available. Five tracks of electro on a deep/bass tip by the rising talent that is Phat Chex.
Quite frankly, this is brutal and essential material from Void Tactical Media’s Dimentia.
Supersonic Festival, Brimingham’s premier experimental music splurge, is now celebrating its 10th year, and as a taster for the upcoming festival, decided to take over Corsica Studios for a night of oppressive, bass-heavy monstrosities.
Our man Laica intercepts long lost radio transmissions from Marconi’s Shipwreck via Erstlaub, incoming soon on Broken20.
Sturqen records a 38 minute deep, excursion into pure electronics for the Acousmatics/Mathematics podcast mix series.
Stripping the work of the much loved and cult figure of Scott Walker right back to its core
The Irish electro producer DeFeKT offers up a free, get-it-whilst-you-can, recent hardware jam.