Datacide 13 Record Reviews by Nemeton

Raime: Quarter turns over a living line – Blackest Ever Black LP01

This great 2×12” gatefold record is an intense body experience, so listen as loud as possible! London duo Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead make beautiful, deadly done/ambient/noise soundscapes. The 40+ minutes open with the excellent grating track ‘passed over trail’, and most of the tracks demonstrate a powerful intermixing of machine noise elements and live instrumentals of walls of distortion and guitar and cello acoustics like on ‘your cast will tire’. ‘Exist in the repeat of practice’ offers hypnotic loops and soft drum patterns that create an extremely paranoid landscape. Definitely recommended! [Read more →]

Datacide 13 Record Reviews by Zombieflesheater

Noistruct – Front Toward Enemy (Chase Records)

One of the Older Netlabels in hard electronic music is Chase records from france. Number 49 here is from the australian producer Boris Otterham aka Noistruct. A compilation of unreleased tracks,remixes and tracks previously released on labels like 8-bit recordings and Night Terror Recordings. 26 files of various styles like oldschool(amiga-?)”breakcore”, hardcore & drum&bass. Lots of movie samples,dirty breaks and a good flow in most of the tracks makes it an interesting web release, one of the few good ones you can find now and then in the big pile of boring copycat stuff. [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 →]

Datacide 8 – record reviews

The record review section from Datacide Eight with reviews by Flint Michigan, Ian Trowell, Redmax, Jason Byram, Kovert, Eun and CF. [Read more →]

Best of 2011

Last years top tunes being played at datacide hq

Somatic Responses – Concrete Glider mix by Diskore

eMego 122V – Cindytalk – Hold Everything Dear

DM12004 dubs – Various – Accretion EP

Praxis 45 – Various – Anonymous Vol. 2

GuerillaLP01 – Donny+Current Value – Revolt and Riot

Sub/Version Digital 007 – Vile Enginez – Drum and fuck off

Blackmass Plastics – halloween gore mix

Grindplate09/Kritik 01 – Zombieflesheater: Tweng!

Subviolenz 007 – Nanotek/Nanotek & Machine Code: Venus/Nanomachine

SPB12019 – Karl Marx Stadt: 1999-2009

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