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    • CommentAuthorGordon
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2012
    Fight Like Apes - Waking Up With Robocop

    This band really should be more well-known. They're bloody good.

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    Napalm Death!

    Stray (side project of Unter Null)


    This following one may disturb some people due to a brief sample near the beginning so, listener digression, etc:


    And finally:

    Dessa and POS

    PS: I give up on editing these video links, my computer hates me today.
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2012
    I bought the latest record from this Chicago-based noise metal group while on my trip. Don't regret it one bit.

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    Hey guys this is my project "USEF". This is the first song I've recorded for the project...let me know what you think!
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2012

    • CommentTimeApr 21st 2012
    Has anyone heard the new Geoff Barrow Judge Dredd-inspired album DROKK?

    Have a listen over at the Bandcamp.

    Drool-making limited edition vinyl print n tshirt set available for pre-order, too.
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2012 edited
    @Osmosis: had that one for a week or so, it's really fantastic. Made almost entirely on Oberheim Two-Voice synths, and it's got a real John Carpenter vibe to it. I managed to get an advance copy because I interviewed him about it for a magazine. Now I want to make mixtapes with it, but I have to wait til after May 8th... (Awesome, I got the release date wrong... it's out! Mixtape ACTIVATE!)

    Sneaky advance quote from the piece:

    "My music has always been inspired by 2000AD and Public Enemy... 2000AD is just as important to me as PE, or Eric B & Rakim." - Geoff Barrow

    • CommentTimeApr 23rd 2012
    @Texture - John Carpenter was my jumping-off point, too - although the Vangelis Blade Runner OST was another reference point I picked out. It's very good.
    • CommentTimeApr 23rd 2012
    Yeah,the Bladerunner End Theme is directly referenced a few times.... it's a homage album, but is original enough to stand on its own merits :)
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeApr 25th 2012

    End Of.

    Back to Sharing Music...

    This Lil' B mixtape is actually really listenable...

    But fuck that lets BANG!!

    • CommentAuthorMercer Finn
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2012 edited
    At the RECOFan record store in Tokyo, found a 1995 CD compilation of jungle tracks which must have been massive at the time: Roni Size's Timestretch, Remarc's Sound Murderer, Goldie's Inner City Limits, Leviticus Burial, some other stuff I've never heard of... Going down nicely.

    Also found a 2 step garage comp targeted at Germany (of all places). A lot of Artful Dodger on there, as well as usual suspects like Phats & Small, Luck/Neat, Zed Bias, Wookie...

    I swear Simon Reynolds has totally taken over my brain.

    Both were ridic cheap as well. BONUS.
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2012

    Don't you dare fucking judge me.
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2012 edited

    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2012
    I made a thing. It's all longer, dronier tracks (got sick of pop music).

    But also lately I've just been waking up to "Vibrations" off the new Walsh album.

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    CLUTCH (headed to see them this Friday @ St. Louis)


    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2012 edited
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2012
    A while back I posted an album by hip-hop artist Mr Loop which many of you seemed to enjoy. He has another one out today which is really good - styles... free...

    ZooLoop - Mr Loop
    • CommentTimeMay 2nd 2012
    • CommentTimeMay 3rd 2012
    Wasn't sure where to post this,here or in Around The Net, but I guess here will do fine. I know a lot of you like Death Grips, so here's an interview I did with drummer Zach Hill. He gave me some pretty amazing insights into the band's process.

    Death Grips Interview

    People are always asking how we make our music, how we use samples – we would talk about music concrète, stuff like that, and that's absolutely true – we often make music out of material that other people wouldn't think to use. Like for instance we might take a sample from YouTube and then build a whole song around it with these more hi-fi instruments, and then erase the sample from YouTube so it's not even in the track. There's a lot of recycling and destruction that happens in the making of our music.

    Death Grips - Full Metal Futurists
    • CommentTimeMay 3rd 2012
    While we're at it, have some quality 80s miserablist post-punk electro, remastered and re-released.

    UV POP

    UV PØP - No Songs Tomorrow