Kate Mosh ‎– Dynamo

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Killer Pimp ‎– PIMPK 001
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Across The Universe 7:39
2 Crawford's Theme 1 3:51
3 The Fire This Time 5:34
4 Hectic 5:05
5 Lifelines 6:35
6 Suicide 5:54
7 Crawford's Theme 2 4:18
8 Kate Mosh 7:33
9 Maniac 5:39
10 Genesis 7:22
11 Dynamo 6:02
12 Solar Death 7:54

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  • Matrix / Runout: AD/CA 52484 3 7 <8254> ACDBW10326
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8143

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Dr_Malsain

Dr_Malsain

August 5, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
What to say about this release by Mathis Mootz. I was surprised to hear him doing a 'steady beat' production. I'm into hardcore techno and (less) into drum 'n bass. Before this album I only knew Mathis Mootz as a drum 'n bass and industrial electronic music producer and already liked his agressive style of producing. I have to say I loved this album from the first time I heard it.

The tracks are best described as 'noisy uptempo industrial techno', some people may call it hardcore techno or gabber but that's not what it is to my opinion. My all-time favourite track on this cd is 'Kate Mosh'. This track has it all: a nice industrial sound, stabbing kickdrums, a very very nice synth-riff and an evil voice yelling "Kate Moshhhhh" through your speakers. I can recommenend this album to people who are into the harder industrial techno of e.g. the Ant-Zen label and fans of Mathis Mootz in general.
sapefal

sapefal

July 20, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

I know a lot of people regard this as gabber or hard trance -- which may well be true, not my area of interest -- but in my world, and also in those to whom I've introduced this album, this is one of the most brilliant aggro-industrial albums there is.
There is a distinct machinelike drive in the percussion, well complemented by minimal but effective basslines, that keeps this album moving like a huge steam-punk'ish panzer-tank in almost all the songs. Definitely a go if you're into noisier, yet beating, industrial music.
zeroplate

zeroplate

December 31, 2002
This is a record by Panacea, and it may be a way for the master of dark breakbeat music to try something different. He's experimenting with sinewave click n cut tunes as m2 and now as Kate Mosh, he's gone for kind of a distorted, hyperactive gabber thing. I can't say this is among my favorite records by Panacea as a producer- it tends to wear the same rhythms into the ground for me, but fans of gabber or other 4 on the floor techno sub-genres might find something interesting in this dark, abused take on it.