Thrashers, DJs and all fans of hard electronic music rejoice: Gore Tech's new EP is an undeniable proof that breakcore is back, (un-)healthier and more broken than ever. Taking all the elements of this bastard child of hardcore, drum'n'bass and punk with today's improved production techniques but coming with open ears and fresh ideas, this adequately titled record is made to become a classic for everybody who like their beats raw, their bass heavy and their tempo shattered. Take good care of your turntable, as we guarantee repeated plays.
It is hard to admit and we are aware that this news might come as shocking to some, but yes, there is some good music out there which is not released on Ad Noiseam. All the more when it is being written by two members of an Ad Noiseam act (in this case, Underhill) and comes from our good friends of Subdivision / Subtrakt.
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.
Hecq's music has been used in manykindsoffilmsandsetups, 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).
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.