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Tuesday, 05 March 2013 11:53
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New free mix by The Teknoist for Signal Flow.
Tuesday, 05 March 2013 08:45

New free mix by The Teknoist for Signal Flow.

A couple of months after The Outside Agency's mix for Signal Flow, it is the time for The Teknoist to play and record a mix for this series. Clocking at almoust an hour and featuring quite a lot of new material by the man himself (solo or working with collaborators) and like minded purveyors of all things hard and broken, this free mix is also surprising subtle and balanced.

You can listen to The Teknoist's Signal Flow #49 podcast here or below. Enjoy, and check the playlist after the break.

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Extreme kayaking set to Hecq's music.
Monday, 04 March 2013 20:00

Extreme kayaking set to Hecq's music.

 Hecq's music has been used in many kinds of films and setups, but extreme sport seems to be quite a new context for this musician's material. This is one thing to cross off the list now, though, as the following "Cascada" short film showcases (in very nice shots, actually) several athletes kayaking down cascades in Mexico, all the while with a selection of Hecq tracks playing in the background (including "Sura", off the EP of the same name, adn128).

 
Listen to Gore Tech remixing Bratkilla.
Friday, 01 March 2013 19:51
Listen to Gore Tech remixing Bratkilla.

With his new "Machine Throne" EP coming out very soon on Ad Noiseam (remember, pre-orders are now taken for this record or its digital version), Gore Tech is more active than ever. Fresh from his recent "Mainframe warfare" mix, here comes another treat from him, in the form of a (excerpt from) new remix he just wrote for Sweden's dirty dubsteper Bratkilla.

Click here to listen to a preview of this track or listen to it below. Considerably calmer than most of Gore Tech's material, it still displays well the weight and intensity of this musician. The final, full remix will be released sometimes soon on Gein's Bad Chemistry. On the other hand, Gore Tech's own "Machine Throne" (adn166) is coming out on March 11th.

 
Watch a fan-made video to Oyaarss's "Septembris"
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 16:59

Watch a fan-made video to Oyaarss's "Septembris"

Fan-made video can be elaborate or downright crazy, but it seems that the rule with them is that you never see their author's face. Today's homage to Oyaarss's "Septembris" (taken from his "Bads" album, adn159) is no exception, as it shows us a hooded man battling his way through a cold Latvian winter.

We have information whatsoever about the author of this video (except for his Youtube account), but here it is for us all to enjoy:

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Listen to a medley of all of Gore Tech's "Machine Throne"
Friday, 22 February 2013 11:55

Friday Freebie: it's quite the Gore Tech downpour at the moment: after a mix, pictures, information text and pre-orders, here come a medley presenting the whole of this artist's coming "Machine Throne" EP (adn166), with excerpts from all its tracks mixed together. Press play, enjoy, and don't forget that this EP is coming out on March 11th

 
Pre-orders now taken for Gore Tech "Machine Throne" EP.
Thursday, 21 February 2013 13:31

Pre-orders now taken for Gore Tech "Machine Throne" (Ad Noiseam adn166)

The time has come: we've talked to you about Gore Tech, praised his remixes, posted a recent mix, and shown you his face. Now come his first solo EP and first Ad Noiseam release, the classic-to-be "Machine Throne" record (adn166), which will be released on March 11th on 12" vinyl and as digital files.

Pre-orders are now taken for this release and, as usual, early birds get a rebate: all copies (on all formats) of this EP bought before its official release date get a small rebate, meaning that you will not only get it before anybody else, but also for cheaper. Head on to the online store to grab it.

You can find more information as well as excerpts from the four tracks on "Machine Throne" here, but here's already a snippet:

Dubwar (excerpt)

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Watch a live video to Needle Sharing and Enduser's recent collaboration.
Monday, 18 February 2013 14:25

Watch a live video to Needle Sharing and Enduser's recent collaboration.

Broken, hard, driven and perfect from the dancefloor: these adjectives fit well with all the nine tracks off the recent collaboration between Enduser, The Teknoist and Needle Sharing ("Enduser Shares Needles with The Teknoist", adn164). There has been no shortage of gigs where one could witness the efficiency of these tunes (for example at the 2012 editions of the Burn The Machine and Maschinenfest festival), but here's a video document to drive the point home again.

Below (and here, or there on Vimeo) is an official video done for the track "Give Me The Money, I'll Be Right Back", built by Needle Sharing from sounds by Enduser. Enjoy, and thrash around.

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