11.05.2013 Praxis presents Datacide @ Subversiv Berlin

in den räumen des subversiv e.v., brunnenstrasse 7, berlin-mitte, u8  rosenthaler platz
start: 23:00

DAN HEKATE [HEKATE SOUNDSYSTEM]
http://soundcloud.com/dan-hekate-1

INUSHINI [OHM 52]
http://soundcloud.com/inushini

HETZER [CLASH OF THE TITANS]
http://www.myspace.com/hetzer

BASE FORCE ONE [PRAXIS]
http://soundcloud.com/praxisrecords

H-KON [CLASH OF THE TITANS]
http://soundcloud.com/h-kon

ZOMBIEFLESHEATER [KRITIK AM LEBEN]
http://soundcloud.com/zombieflesheater

SANSCULOTTE VJ [HIRNTRUST]
https://vimeo.com/sansculotte

Fundraiser for the next issue of datacide magazine.

http://datacide-magazine.com/
http://praxis.c8.com/

BREAKCORE EXPERIMENTAL HARDCORE

NO RACISM, NO SEXISM, NO NATIONALISM, NO STARS

Datacide 12 record reviews by Nemeton

Ritalin War Dance / Neurosis Orchestra – SPB12020
The a-side is two tracks by Ritalin War Dance (Robert Schirmer and Martin Maischein aka Goner aka Heinrich at Hart). A2 Eye Flys resonates with a mixture of dub and experimental noises and distortion that creates an impressive dark feeling. The b-side by Neurosis Orchestra opens with Lucid Dreams that is dominated by dark guitar riffs and dub influenced doom ambiences. B2 Trap is the beat oriented track (140 bpm) with an enticing groove, distorted synth lines interlaced with some heavy bass. All the tracks, including a1 Hypertonic Solutions, are a physical journey of beats and moody ambiences that demonstrate thoughtful and well developed structures. Recommended! [Read more →]

Datacide 12 record reviews by Kovert

Anonymous Series Vol.2- Praxis 45
The second of three volumes of anonymous broken noise that forces the listener/user to experience sound without any judgments about names/egos. Tracks range from the melancholic detuned synthetic strings, bass-quakes and cut-up broken tek beats of A1, to the snarling distorted mid, industrial dubstep riddim, cone-rattling subs and twisted, mangled double speed breaks of A2, to the spacious atmospheres and more
tek orientated broken beats of B1, to the strange b-movie atmospheres and lofi breaks of B2. Essential tools and limited to 300 copies. [Read more →]

Datacide 12 record reviews by Zombieflesheater

Brandon Spivey & Coexsystems – Sound Extremism / Kali Yuga
It looks like in 2012 we hear an acid comeback and this transparent, limited seven inch on Audio Riots, a new german label, fits in. The A side from Brandon Spivey, who released several acid hardcore 12″s under different names in the nineties, and a 12″ on Phase Distortion Records recently, brings a stomping hardcore track and a nervous acidline reminiscent of some of the tracks he made as Agro on Epsilon Records in 95/96. The only strange part in this track is the vocal sample throughout which sounds a bit displaced but its just a little drawback, its a good track after all. The B side is the real hit on this one. Coexsystems, who is a producer from germany, made a fast forward pushing track with a classical build up, including breakdowns that just play the relentless acidline alone in order to bring up the tension, and that is what makes the track come alive. The tracks are around the 4 and 5 minutes marks so they could have been a bit longer for the full effect, but it is still a good acid-core vinyl after all. [Read more →]

An Interview with Slepcy (2001)

An interview of Polish breakcore masters Slepcy by stevvi, originally conducted in May 2001 (and if I remember right published online on c8), published in Datacide Eight in 2002 in print, and reposted by stevvi on the c8 forum. Unfortunately their discography only extends to a handful of releases, but particularly “Absent Opera” on Kool.POP remains an outstanding example of the experimental approach and depth of breakcore ca. 2000.  [Read more →]

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