In no particular order... I like IDM, detroit techno, electro, tech house, minimal... as well as breakcore, rhythmic noise, harsh noise... and black metal, death metal, grindcore,

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posted a review of Neuroactive - Electra. 2 months ago
What is this garbage? RIP Neuroactive... the synths and drum programming are okay, but not up to the standards of classic releases such as Fiber-Optic Rhythm or Phonic Trace. Unfortunately, none of that matters with the abysmal vocalist on top of it. It ... See full review
submitted Blackcell (2) - Mixed In Black. about 1 year ago
submitted New Ordinament - New Ordinament EP Vol. 2 - Souvenirs D'Enfance (And Play Me If You Dare). over 2 years ago
submitted Duologue - Song & Dance. over 3 years ago
submitted Duologue - Never Get Lost. over 3 years ago
submitted Akoustik Timbre Frekuency - Kthonik Korridors. over 3 years ago
submitted Duologue - Underworld / Zeros. over 3 years ago
submitted Encoffination - O' Hell, Shine In Thy Whited Sepulchres. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank - Dutchie. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank - Los Angeles. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank - Ghetto Ass Bitches. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank / Hot Mouth & Matty Scoll - Hot & Cold EP. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank - Doin' It Right EP. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank - Breakdown. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank - Your Love Is Electric. over 3 years ago
submitted Cold Blank - Those Who From Heaven To Earth Came. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Lassigue Bendthaus. over 4 years ago
The 9:32 version on both KK Records and Metropolis releases is "Biofeedback (Parts 3 & 4)". Track 13 on the Metropolis release is "Information (Edit)". The full length "Biofeedback (Parts 3, 4 & 5)" is only available on the Contempo CD single: ... See full review
submitted Rotator - Help Me Keep Up Destruktion. over 4 years ago
submitted Skinny Puppy - Spasmolytic. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on 16Volt* - Wisdom. over 4 years ago
These "crappy remixes" aren't new, they're from The Remix Wars: Strike 3 - 16 Volt Vs. Hate Dept.
submitted Godflesh - Songs Of Love And Hate // Love And Hate In Dub // In All Languages. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Various - Supermodern Lovesongs. over 4 years ago
Interesting... I went back and listened to it from start to finish again and it flows amazingly well. I'm not sure I'd listen to many of the songs on their own but as a whole it totally works. It really is like a mixtape, a musical journey of sorts...
submitted Controlled Bleeding - Plegm Bag Spattered. over 5 years ago
submitted Various - Epitome (A Dynamophone Compendium). over 5 years ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 5 years ago
submitted D.Forma - Mecánica De Fluidos. over 5 years ago
submitted Bit Mummy - FUBAR. over 5 years ago
submitted Various - Scolex Recordings Febuary 2008 Sampler. over 5 years ago
submitted Xervious, RAID (4) - The Xerv. over 5 years ago
submitted MB009 - Better Late Than Never. over 5 years ago
submitted That Horrible Red Ruler - Crazy Eyes In The Dark. over 5 years ago
submitted Evil Robot Ted - Digital Hardcore EP. over 5 years ago
submitted Baconhanger - Suslatry. over 5 years ago
submitted Various - Scollextion Volume One. over 5 years ago
submitted Freebase Frenzy vs. Crazy Gnome - The Sunny Side Of Suicide. over 5 years ago
submitted Rokhausen - The Data Cloud Sessions. over 5 years ago
submitted Nebulous (2) - Synthetica II v. 3. over 5 years ago
submitted Vehemence (2) - God Was Created. over 5 years ago
submitted Demontage - The Principal Extinction. over 5 years ago
submitted Heretic (4) / Bestial Summoning - Splitting Skulls For Satan. over 5 years ago
posted a comment on Total Shutdown - Reflections. over 5 years ago
Fun fact: in addition to the Total Shutdown songs, there is another hidden groove pressed on this record! Depending on where you drop the needle, you get either Total Shutdown, or songs from the Beatles' "Please Please Me."
posted a comment on Total Shutdown - Reflections. over 5 years ago
Fun fact: in addition to the Total Shutdown songs, there is another hidden groove pressed on this record! Depending on where you drop the needle, you get either Total Shutdown, or songs from the Beatles' "Please Please Me."
posted a comment on Beefcake. over 6 years ago
If you like Beefcake, be sure to check out Volker Kahl's project Kattoo, it is a continuation of the Beefcake sound (more cinematic, less hard beats -- makes sense, since Gabor Schablitzki has gone off into minimal techno land...)
posted a review of The Rip-Off Artist - Why Do Birds Sing?. over 8 years ago
As usual, Matt Haines is irreverently obnoxious. This time, not only are there classic tunes re-worked as whistled cover tunes with lo-fi synth backing ("The Girl From Ipanema", "Whatever Lola Wants"), there are the requisite bird calls in a few tracks ... See full review
posted a review of Moby - Play. over 8 years ago
A well crafted album of both uptempo and downtempo tracks, many of which are constructed from samples of old blues recordings (Honey, Run On, Find My Baby). Moby himself sings on a few tracks (the lush 'Porcelain', the pensive 'The Sky Is Broken'), and ... See full review
posted a review of 12th Planet - Element 16 (Sulfur) / Just Cool. over 9 years ago
The A-side is total dubstep sickness! Monster bass, strange noises and keys floating all over the mix, and then what sounds like an evil carousel rears its head... and all this in just the first minute and a half!

The B-side, unfortunately, isn't ... See full review
posted a review of Sigillum Diaboli - Sigillum Diaboli. over 9 years ago
One of the most mediocre black metal releases I've heard in a long time. Not only are the tempos identical throughout the release (which could be excused if the music was otherwise exceptional), the drumming is the same in every song and the riffs are ... See full review
posted a review of Cat Rapes Dog - The Banzai Beats. over 10 years ago
An EBM classic! Okay, well maybe not, but still, it's got all the hallmarks of one -- simple repetitive melodies, danceable basslines, and vocals that sound like the troll under the bridge was hired to do the singing. The songs all sound somewhat similar ... See full review
posted a review of Structura (2) - Chemin De Fer. over 12 years ago
The music itself is pretty good rhythmic noise, but the vocalist ruins it. The vocals are presented in a power electronics style (i.e. rantings over the backing of the music) but the music is too structured so it just sounds like the two elements are ... See full review
posted a review of Cleopatra. over 14 years ago
This label issued domestically (in the U.S.) a lot of Zoth Ommog Records' catalog; their other releases are mostly forgettable.