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VariousParazit

Label:Yb70 – YB70 12
Format:
CD, Compilation
Pays:France
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Noise, Breakcore, Techno, Industrial, Hardcore, Electro, Experimental, Rhythmic Noise

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110 OnnanceCréatine3:20
2Somatic ResponsesOgnok4:36
3SobchakCtrl 15:31
4SubskanFürt3:05
5Element AbuseAndy Gibson5:04
6Ebola3 9464:32
7Matt Fraktion*The Devil4:03
8RipitCreuze3:53
9KirdecStem Der Vrijheid2:46
10InglerJust My Life6:28
11ZotzMetaflex5:20
12La PesteStrategies For A Better World6:06
13ElektroplasmaInferno7:42
14IszoloscopeThe Sum Of Us All Remix6:40
15DitherRenumber5:50
16ImminentLlok2:59
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Titre (Format)LabelCat N°PaysAnnée
Parazit (CD, Compilation)Yb70YB70 12France2005
Parazit (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation)Monkey Tool, Yb70TOOL 008, YB70 16France2008

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cthulhu303
Mixed feelings about this. The line up is promising to say the least, since it showcases some of the best alternative electronic music artists of the moment along with Yb70 residents.
It kicks off nicely indeed with Hegel in 10 Onnance mode for a metallic, moody piece and follows with a decent, if not too innovative, SR track. Sobchak releases something quite furious, but sounds like chamber music compared to Subskan, who recycles and destructures elements from Repaired. Element Abuse provides one with lovely assembly-line material, while Ebola sprays distortion ahoy in a very unsubtle fashion. Fraktion offers more anvil evil with vocals and a(n annoying) melody, Ripit is as fully powerful as on Zhark (perhaps more), and from there, it goes downhill a little.
Kirdec's contribution is fine: destructured breakcore with strange influences; it just does not seem to fit with the preceding too well. Ingler gives an industrial tune that never really takes off and actually suffers from a bizarre mastering, Zotz is partially in non-4x4 operation for a track that sounds very hollow (not to mention the dreadful melody) and La Peste, also very hollow, displays a tune based nearly solely on high percussions, it seems. Even Elektroplasma, after a nice start, sounds flat and plastic-like (not to mention the lack of groove). Iszoloscope is as usual: good synth layers, annoying percussions, with a programming bordering on dodgy trance (off-beat bassline, drumrolls and all). Music for candy-goths. The chants parts are ace, though.
Dither gets things back on track a little with a hiss over sluggish, broken rhythm and Imminent closes the ball with an electric breaky piece that seems to explode at every second. It is a little too confused to be greatly efficient, but certainly not bad.
A decent compilation, indeed, yet spoilt by four or five weaker tracks in a row.