N-Vitral

N-Vitral

Real Name:
Stefan Busker
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A distinctive feeling of diversity and underground vitality, N-Vitral (Stefan Busker) is a name closely linked to The Third Movement. Ever since his first release Stefan Busker has been developing his sound to the next degree. His earlier releases contain a unique and hypnotizing sound, while his recent EPs (‘Klusterfuk’, ‘Bonck’) have pushed the energy bar beyond limits. From industrial experiments to a battery of shattering kicks and high-tech distorted rhythms.

In 2002 a young and talented producer surprised the scene with his debut-release 'XS36'. Things got pretty hectic after that; a debut performance at Mystery Land, several high acclaimed releases at The Third Movement label and an increasing demand for his sound at underground raves around the globe.

Influenced by Converter and Autechre, Stefan Busker developed a fresh sound in his own music. Dark atmosphere and a mid-tempo to the point of soundscaping were some of the key ingredients which set his tracks apart from the rest. There is only one N-Vitral and his music proves this, the tracks have an original feel but the titles themselves become a language of their own. N-Vitral’s music has received astounding positive feedback from various DJ's and producers from all over the world.
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N-Vitral Discography Tracks

Albums

N-Vitral I Audioassault U (Album) The Third Movement Netherlands 2010 Sell This Version
N-Vitral Louder Than A Bomb (Album) The Third Movement Netherlands 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

N-Vitral XS36_ The Third Movement Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
N-Vitral Smocgh The Third Movement Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
N-Vitral Decadence The Third Movement Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
N-Vitral Klusterfuk The Third Movement Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
N-Vitral Bonck The Third Movement Netherlands 2008 Sell This Version
N-Vitral Kling Klong The Third Movement Netherlands 2012 Sell This Version
N-Vitral & Deathmachine N-Vitral & Deathmachine - Time To Meet The Devil / Perfect Machines PRSPCT XTRM Netherlands 2014 Sell This Version
T3RDM0220 N-Vitral The Sicko Cell EP(3xFile, MP3, EP, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0220 Netherlands 2014
The Outside Agency & N-Vitral The Outside Agency & N-Vitral - Bloed, Zweet & Snaren Genosha One Seven Five Netherlands 2015 Sell This Version
T3RDM0247 N-Vitral Crispy Bassdrum EP(2xFile, MP3, EP, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0247 Netherlands 2015
T3RDM0268 N-Vitral LTAB Remix EP Part 1(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0268 Netherlands 2016

DJ Mixes

SFPodcast20 N-Vitral Signal Flow Podcast 20(File, MP3, Mixed, 192) Signal Flow SFPodcast20 US 2010

Miscellaneous

T3RDM0154AB N-Vitral QB(3xFile, MP3, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0154AB Netherlands 2010
T3RDM 0208 N-Vitral The Difference Machine(4xFile, MP3, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM 0208 Netherlands 2013
T3RDM 0225 N-Vitral Collaborations Part 1(2xFile, MP3, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM 0225 Netherlands 2014
T3RDM0240, T3RDM 0240 N-Vitral Collaborations Part 2(2xFile, MP3, 320) The Third Movement, The Third Movement T3RDM0240, T3RDM 0240 Netherlands 2015
EOL011 Warface & N-Vitral Warface & N-Vitral - Fuck The Drum Machine(File, MP3, 320) End of Line EOL011 Netherlands 2015
T3RDM0256 N-Vitral The Ultimate Statement (Hardshock Festival 2016 Anthem)(File, MP3, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0256 Netherlands 2016
Nosferatu & N-Vitral Nosferatu & N-Vitral - Manifesto Neophyte Records Netherlands 2017
none N-Vitral, Sei2ure N-Vitral, Sei2ure - Noise Pumper (Meccano Twins Remix)(File, MP3, 320) Not On Label (Meccano Twins Self-Released none Italy 2017
T3RDM0279 N-Vitral Presents BOMBSQUAD (8) N-Vitral Presents BOMBSQUAD (8) - Bomb One(2xFile, MP3, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0279 Netherlands 2017

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kisherfing

kisherfing

March 30, 2012
In my opinion, N-Vitral is one of the most underrated producers in the (industrial) hardcore scene. Every track he has ever made sounds different but stays close to the typical N-Vitral style. No matter if it's strange breakcore ("This Soap Stings Your Eyes", "Clinkflutter"), technoid hardcore ("Telladge", "Grindt", "Fregat"), super gloomy hardcore ("Domination", "XS36"), normal hardcore ("Ghettocore", "The End Of The World") or experimental IDM-ish tracks from his IAU album. The guy built up such a broad variety of releases, all within only hardcore, always experimenting with new styles, trying to sound fresh and original and still keep his own voice within the scene!! Big big respects!!
hutzdani

hutzdani

August 7, 2011
From the darker earlier releases to the slightly more accessible releases of recent there is a lot of power behind all the tracks stefan makes and tonnes of drive, unfortunately hes not that well know and has recently started showing up on many events lists ( Club R_aw / Ground Zero / The Qontinent / Dominator ), his live sets are a true Gem ! if your fortunate enough to be there go and see ! great looping skills ( LIVE ) and some awesome audio experiments thrown in to see how people react.

His Recent album "I Audioassault U" was met with mixed reviews but its vary varied from odd glitchy and atmospheric tracks like "Slapface Cutie & I Bleed Squares & Pulses" to smashers like "Shocque & Panik Motherfucker" and not to mention the QB E.P that just blew people away with the title track & Rebeldisko !

Not Easily Accessible but if you have the time to listen its sonic abuse at its finest !

Sheliak

Sheliak

March 23, 2011
well the dark earlier release were amazing, starting with the very industrial stylisch xs36, then got a little bit more accesible but still very good with smoogh and decadence. with klusterfuk and bonck he lost his originality and creativity more and more, bonck is just 4 tracks of monotone bassdrums without too much effort. starting with bonck he seemed to aim at becoming the next peaky pounder. :-( back to your dark roots please...

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