Tarmvred "Subfusc" - adn4

Image"Subfusc", the first album by the rhythmic noise prodigy Tarmvred. Energy, speed, complexity, diversity. Here are the keywords of "Subfusc", an album that will surprise a lot of people set a new standard for the rhythmic noise genre, and definitely offer more than the usual release of this kind, somewhere between industrial rhythms and hard techno. Includes a remix by Converter.(Get this as mp3)

And now comes "Subfusc", the first album by the rhythmic noise prodigy Tarmvred.

Who has said Swedish industrial is only dark and slow? Tarmvred is here to prove the contrary. With his self released demo "Ileus", Jonas Johansson has proved last year that hard hitting beats, innovative patterns and a solid club/techno appeal can be mixed together in utterly enthusiastic tracks.

Energy, speed, complexity, diversity. Here are the keywords of "Subfusc", an album that surprises a lot of people and seduce even more listeners. A highly crafted album that sets a new standard for the rhythmic noise genre, and definitely offer more than the usual release of this kind. This album contains a remix by Converter.

Artwork by Robert Wictorzon. Photography by Johannes Giotas.

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Artist:
Tarmvred
Title:
Subfusc
Cat#:
adn4
Format:
CD
Release date:
Sep 27th, 2001

In the store:Buy this as mp3

Tracklisting:1-6. Subfusc part one to six
7. Subfusc part four (remix by Converter)

Information:Tarmvred: www.tarmvred.net

mp3:Subfusc part one (excerpt)


Subfusc part four


Subfusc part five (excerpt)



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