For its second album on Ad Noiseam, Portland, OR based prodigy David Sullivan (Magwheels) teams up with industrial icon Phil Easter (Stone Glass Steel) and presents a musical dialogue for guitars, noise pedals and samplers. (Get this on CD)
Following their recent “Monster Music” EP (adn28) , Larvae present here their first full length album, “Fashion Victim”. The most ambitious work of these American artists to date, this album is also the culminating point of a painstaking improvement, research and mixing of influences. Powerful, intelligently written and uncommonly diverse, “Fashion Victim” is an album which goes back to the essence of a real music album, for its tracks are coherent, linked into a whole, and yet possess quality which could make each stand on its own. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
First discovered through the “Low End Recon” compilation in which they shared the bill with Mick Harris (Scorn / Quoit) and Not Breathing, the American duo Larvae has been active for years in various media fields, performing with video, photographic and audio installation. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
After a myriad of compilation tracks and a few demos that caused quite a stir in the hard electronic music scene, Wales’s David Dando-Moore finally presents his first full length album. Taking some time from his work as the manager of Immanence Records, he signs here a compact 10 track album in which he takes his Detritus project along a brand new road. (Get this as mp3)
Do America. Get coffee and heroin in Seattle. Get lost in parks in Portland. Go hippie and yuppie in San Francisco. Become a Mormon and an Olympic skier in Salt Lake City. Buy an oil drill in Dallas and a cowboy hat in San Antonio. Go deep at the heart of it all in Kansas City. Visit the Lockheed facilities and Columbine high school in Denver. Get a suntan in Phoenix. Become a movie star in LA. Do America. (Get this as mp3)
Following his critically acclaimed "Irony is" album on Mute Records, the musician behind 2nd Gen presents here his new project, Uniform, with the first album of this mysterious act. "Not a word": a disc that does contain words, but will you find them? Who knows what they are saying, and why? (Get this on CD).
The driving force behind most of today's electronic music from Ukraine, Andrey Kiritchenko has been both a radio and video in Kharkov, and is at the origins of the Nexsound label, a hive of Ukrainian acts whose talent is slowly being recognized worldwide. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
For his first release on CD, Zak Roberts (Cdatakill) signs with "Paradise" both a massive work of art and the definitive meeting point between innovative breakbeats, harsh industrial sounds and soulful compositions. (Get this on CD / as mp3)