The Outside Agency ‎– The Dogs Are Listening

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ADN162 The Outside Agency The Dogs Are Listening(CD+G, Album, Ltd) Ad Noiseam ADN162 Germany 2012 Vendre cette version
adn162d The Outside Agency The Dogs Are Listening(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ad Noiseam adn162d Germany 2012

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Wolfy666

Wolfy666

9 octobre 2016
référencement The Dogs Are Listening, CD+G, Album, Ltd, ADN162
How about a vinyl version? No? What ever happened to keeping vinyl alive or does it cost too much
Headphone_Commute

Headphone_Commute

12 mai 2013
référencement The Dogs Are Listening, CD+G, Album, Ltd, ADN162
Leave it to Ad Noiseam to scoop up one of the darkest acts to grace these ears. The Outside Agency is a culmination of two of my favorite artists: Frank Nitzinsky and Noël Wessels. The former is a hard d’n'b and hardcore techno producer known as Eye-D, with many releases on a range of labels such as Citrus, Black Sun Empire and Evol Intent. The latter is none other than DJ Hidden (also recording under Semiomime) with plenty of highlights on Ruff-Teck, Independenza, PRSPCT and of course Ad Noiseam. Together, as The Outside Agency, the duo delivers one of the hardest albums spanning genre boundaries. With stylistic elements ranging from hardstyle to darkstep and breakcore, the percolating evil oozes out in crystal clear frequencies and drops onto the pulsating surface of my cranium like an acid rain. Filled with adrenalin, my raging fist pounds into the wall of sound. This is some post-traumatic angry music that my mind occasionally craves. But among the distorted kicks and fuzzy bass, my ear clearly discerns fantastic production values, and purposeful intent, which is why this album stands above the rest. Always re-inventing their sound, Nitzinsky and Wessels tirelessly push the envelope beyond the sound of copycats, who are stuck within the common structures and congruent bpm. This is the album which “we might not deserve, but which we need.”