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Oct 31st 2009
Could you write down the list of bands you are already listening to so I may add to the list if something was missed?
Nov 2nd 2009
A lot of what's listed falls outside the range, so to speak (not that this is a bad thing). What I'm looking for is stuff that falls into the range of Grendel, E-Craft, Rotersand, Run Level Zero, God Module, Aphemia and Angelspit. (And yet for some reason I don't like Combichrist. Anyway.)
Nov 3rd 2009
Aslan Faction? Informatik? Project Pitchfork? Are those along the lines you mean? I used to spin the shit out of God Module-- Headscan and Aslan Faction mix really well with GM. Revolver1010 are good along those lines, too.
Nov 7th 2009
i think they have a new one out or out soon...
Nov 7th 2009
Some albums that I've recently enjoyed:
's "Shake my pain"
Dolls of Pain
's "Slavehunters"; they also have a new remix album downloadable for free. Didn't like it as much, though.
's "Paradise under Fire"
's "Sweet Limbo"
I spent most of last week lopping
"FallOut Nation", which is mostly, I guess, some kind of trance industrial.
I'll definitively second Jeremiah on C/A/T.
On a more electro-ish note, I usually find that anything that comes out on the
label is worth listening to; they had a couple recent releases, like
's "Tremens industry".
Nov 8th 2009
@ Apefist: Yep, those are along the lines. I have a lot of Informatik and PP, not so much Aslan Faction though; I shall explore. Never met Headscan or Revolver1010...
Nov 9th 2009
Whenever I'm searching for new music, I pull out my iPhone and use the Pandora Radio app to create a new channel based on the the kind of music that I want. Recently I put in a search for new electro with a fast BPM (for bicyling to) based on Calvin Harris as a jumping-off point, and came down with these two CDs which I've been enjoying (neither of which seems to have broken in the US, though both have charted in Europe):
Frankmusik: Complete Me
I wouldn't listen to either of them when I'm writing, but on the bike, Electro works out great.
Nov 10th 2009
Nov 24th 2009
Any of you into noize?
I love both these bands.
Nov 27th 2009
lluther an irish industrial band not big in ireland at all but good live band
moth complex more irish industrial, just ignore the dodgy video
Dec 27th 2009
Here are some bands helmed by friends o' mine:
The next two are a bit synthpoppy, but still good. Some of you like synthpop a little...I can tell...;)
Dec 30th 2009
Sorry if any of these were already mentioned and I missed it.
Fixmer McCarthy - great freaking album featuring vocalist from Nitzer Ebb
Necessary Reponse - This is my favorite band from recent years, fan-freaking-tastic.
Been enjoying Assemblage 23 very much lately as well.
Dec 31st 2009
@WilliamZombie: Thanks SO much for the mention of the Fixmer/McCarthy album! That slipped past me, and I just picked up the first one and a few tracks off the most recent one on iTunes; EXCELLENT STUFF.
Man, I really miss having a local record store to shoot the shit and find out about stuff in this way.
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