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    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2009

    Time to blow all my (hahahahaha aaaaaaahahahahah) street cred:
    I have no idea what "Johhn Dangerously" is, and thus don't know who sampled it. SMB?
    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2009
    Johnny Dangerously is a fabulous bit of 1980s Michael Keaton cheese. If one listens carefully, Run Level Zero samples it in "Under the Gun."
    • CommentTimeOct 10th 2009 edited
    King Cannibal-Let The Night Roar

    its dark, its distorted, its bass heavy, (in my mind) people who like industrial music should dig it. and if you like dubstep, D&B, or IDM you would probably like it too.

    you can get a free promo dj mix from the ninja tune website here

    • CommentAuthormay-Lee
    • CommentTimeOct 12th 2009
    I've got to mention Aaron Spectre/Drumcorps. Very noisy, not industrial per se but has roots there as NIN is one of his main influences. Definitely something different.

    Full disclosure is that I work for Aaron**. Almost done recording an album of new stuff. We've got a gig in Lebanon Saturday where he'll be taking the opportunity to debut some of the new stuff.

    I agree with who said Realicide . . Rob drove me and Aaron from SF to LA once and we really got to know him. Very very nice guy.

    **The back catalogue is more or less out of print so Aaron is chill about downloading; if you can't find it via filesharing just let me know and I'll see what I can do.
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    You might like what I do, might not. Certainly an industrial influence to it.
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    DRUMCORPS rules, i love seeing hardcore kids making electronics!
    • CommentTimeOct 12th 2009
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    <3 drumcorps
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    Here's a band that I think is especially fun, plus they are new, so you can alwasy say-hey I heard them when they weren't so great !

    or the bands official site where you can download their album for free by signing up, as well, for free!
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2009 edited

    Karsh Kale

    Also, a little heavier, Crossbreed

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    this is more chiptune, but i saw WIZWARS last week at this fest and its GREAT! he plugs in a gameboy and uses that for everything. peep it here
    • CommentTimeOct 18th 2009
    In addition to finding new stuff, I am learning of entire genres of music I never heard of.
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2009 edited



    Big City Gang Bang Productions
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2009 edited
    • CommentAuthorrodent
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2009
    Benni Benassi has been keeping my attention (at least, as a dj)

    Might want to take a peek over at (which I've been stage managing for the last 6 years or so) Not quite industrial or electro but worth a peek)

    rodent (putting the eek in geek)
    • CommentAuthorrodent
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2009
    Probably old news but nice combo of electro and goth/indust plus some interesting imagry for the video

    Ladytron - Destroy Everything you Touch

    A bit pop-y but you all might dig this too
    Supreme Beings of Leisure - "Strangelove Addiction" Video

    rodent (putting the eek in geek)
    • CommentAuthorrodent
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2009
    (yeah, link would help)

    rodent (putting the eek in geek)
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    I discovered Xykogen through Scott Deathboy's recommendation in his Livejournal. Some of it is kind of mellow compared to some of the other stuff on my playlists such as Interlace's album 'Under the Sky' - also recommended, but for different reasons. Some MP3's in their discography section.

    The following is a good example of Xykogen:

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    Also, because everyone has to hear this song at least once:
    The infamous 'Revolution' by Deathboy, featuring vocal samples of Warren himself, and a brief cameo from Dylan Moran via Black Books episode 1.

    It can be found here It's the seventh song there, titled (strangely enough) 'revolution'. It is a classy, catchy little song, and I love it to pieces.

    Download and enjoy. Deathboy also has a lot of other cool stuff and he encourages people to download his music.
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    Polyfuse (from Chicago) has been on a tear lately w/ a massive industrial/acid album called No One Will Come To Save Us and has an ambient album out on saturday. (Both are free downloads from

    Some preview clips of
    Le Petite Le Mort
    the whole album reminds me more and more of the instrumental passages of The Fragile crossed w/ classic Saskamoto.

    And a live acid set from a few weeks back