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Singles
  1. Amato Y Mariana - "Quieres Bailar" (5:39)
  2. The Sixteen Steps - "Montgat" (6:46)
  3. His Dirty Secrets - "Structures" (6:15)
  4. Further Reductions - "Another Stranger" (4:56)
Review: BOOM! Our favourites, Cititrax, roll the third editions of Tracks out onto our shelves, and the results are unsurprisingly strong on this excellent various artists comp. It's a mixed bag of skills, as per usual, and the sounds are those of a new NYC, fuelled by a new sort of post-industrial sensibility. Amato Y Mariana open with the tight beats and groove of "Queires Bailar", followed closely by the ominous compositions of the EBM-flavoured "Montgat" from The Sixteen Steps. On the flip, His Dirty Secrets bleeps out some morphed acid on "Structures", and "Another Stranger" from Further Reductions churns out a slow, mild-mannered house experiment with its roots clearly planted in the coldest of waves. Sick.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Techno
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Big Deal (12")
Cat: LIES 071. Rel: 15 Sep 16
  1. Big Deal (6:33)
  2. Last Laugh (4:57)
Review: New York's Black Dice had to land on their native LIES imprint at some point. It was only a matter of time before label head Ron Morelli picked them up, and he's done so in fine style. The American Tapes, DFA, and Paw Tracks casuals are made up of Eric Copeland, Aaron Warren and Bjorn Copeland, and the trio like to get a little wacky over their coldwave grooves. "Big Deal" is a true post-punk reincarnation, a track that manages to pick out everything that was right about the early 80's by adding in elements of noise, rock, and a little techno. A monumental tune. "Last Laugh" is more dubwise in its approach, where a distorted guitar sways from side to side amid a fuzzy whirlpool of aqueous sonics and dusty percussion. A great release from LIES, and a fresh addition to their more usual house and techno onslaught.
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Gespielt von: Justin Van Der Volgen
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Caused Corruption & Spilled Blood (clear vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: VOIDANCE 002. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. Same Script, No Solution (5:12)
  2. Third Degree Arson (5:56)
  3. No Divine Savior (6:30)
  4. Sects (6:36)
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Felicific Algorithim (limited 12" + poster)
Cat: CSR 240LP. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Track 1 (13:42)
  2. Track 2 (11:39)
Review: Although Corrupted is being trailed as a "mysterious Japanese doom metal band formed in 1994", the label credits suggest it's actually the work of long-serving industrial producer Martin Bowes (previously a member of such forthright combos as Attrition, Pigface and Engram). "Felicific Algorithim" is an intensely uncomfortable and mind-altering affair, where sampled screams and redlined white noise rise above the distortion-splattered doom of the aggressive and twisted backing track. The 13-minute A-side version is, in many ways, terrifying in its disconcerting and fragmented approach, while the flipside, a kind of dark ambient version based around foreboding held notes and barely audible vocal samples, sounds like the work of lauded noisenik Dominick Fenrow.
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Cat: NULLPUNKT 0000006. Rel: 25 Feb 19
  1. Introduction (1:06)
  2. Thesis (5:34)
  3. Premis I (3:54)
  4. Premis II (5:12)
  5. Conclusion (5:21)
Review: If you're in the mood for some industrial-strength dancefloor experiments and lo-fi workouts saturated with noise, this collaboration from old studio buddies Felix Krone and Yu Aseada AKA Ena should hit the spot. It's an altogether more foreboding and paranoid beast than their previous joint excursion, hence the new "F&E" alias. After offering up a decidedly dystopian ambient intro, the duo slowly cranks up the pressure via the industrial dub techno/electro fusion of "Thesis" and the crackling lo-fi techno crustiness of "Premis I". "Premis II" offers a more percussive and rolling take on the same murky blueprint, while "Conclusion" is a suitably hypnotic chunk of dub techno.
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47 014 (12")
Cat: 47 014. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Revelation (4:45)
  2. Concussion (5:22)
  3. Locust (5:03)
  4. Gravity (3:59)
Review: William J.Youngman's Headless Horseman project has created a new and exciting techno sound that was only an offshoot of EBM and industrial in years past. Stepping out of his own imprint, the dark horseman lands on Tommy Four Seven's excellent 47 label, tearing through the speakers from the get-go thanks to the toxic sounds of "Revelation", and the even nastier sway of "Concussion". Metallic and hard-nosed in absolutely every way, "Locust" follows up on that with a menacing pounce of beats and cavernous bass, while "Gravity" breaks the techno groove for something much more in line with the likes of Powell's Diagonal output. Big boy sounds.
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Cat: MW 055. Rel: 18 Sep 14
  1. Never Lose Your Shadow
  2. Public Fun
  3. LD 60
  4. Magic Words Command
Review: The combination of Richard H. Kirk and Minimal Wave was never going to disappoint, but the four tracks on this Never Lose Your Shadow 12" are still very special! Digging deep through the archives of the Cabaret Voltaire front man, Veronica Vasicka presents a quartet of solo recordings that have never been committed to wax before. The highlight is undoubtedly the A Side title track, a lolloping ten minute track of hypnotic industrial action made all the more memorable by Kirk's acerbic intonations about "the blind leading the blind". If you've caught a Vasicka DJ set recently you will have probably lost yourself to these ten minutes. On the flip are three tracks recorded in the same late '70s period which are distinctly more experimental in tone and just as vital.
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Zerstore Eine Stadt (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EFAE 008. Rel: 03 Feb 20
  1. Alles Was Du Hasst (6:54)
  2. Atomic Enigma (5:24)
  3. Zerstore Eine Stadt (feat Rosaceae) (3:59)
  4. I Dont Like Your Party (4:00)
  5. Dead Rat Under The Table (5:10)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: After appearing on Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder with the fiercely infectious "It's Alive!" 12", L.F.T. lands on Eye For An Eye with more gutter-bound sonics from the grungiest corners of the electro scene. There's as much noirish seduction as gnarly distortion going on throughout this deadly record, from the soundtrack steer of "Atomic Enigma" to the brittle minimal wave delights of the title track. Super punky and lo-fi in all the right places, this 12" once again confirms L.F.T. is one of the strongest voices dealing in DIY electro from the darkside.
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Gespielt von: Brokntoys
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Onto Duat (12")
Cat: BRODLEB 1. Rel: 07 Nov 19
  1. Change Your Mind (6:05)
  2. Onto Duat (6:38)
  3. Take Nothing With You (6:15)
  4. Riot Patrol (5:10)
Review: Bedouin Records enlist Thomas Feriero for some new music from his current industrial period. The former tech house man doesn't shun his roots altogether, laying down functional grooves but haunted by darker and noisier textures and tones. "Onto Duat" is clunking and intense, "Take Nothing With You" is lit up by serrated synths and oversized hi hats tethered to monstrous break beats, while "Change Your Mind" is a sludgy, paranoid cut for marching crowds. "Riot Patrol" is the best of the lot, with slow motion heaviness and a real sense of dystopian atmospherics locking you to the floor.
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Her Needs (hand-numbered heavyweight clear vinyl 7")
Cat: MW 042. Rel: 28 Mar 13
  1. Her Needs (1988)
  2. Her Needs (1999)
Review: Primitive Brumbeat is the order of the day from Minimal Wave on this weighty seven inch presentation of early Karl O'Connor material. Recorded under the Sandra Plays Electronics banner, Her Needs presents two versions of the same track from different periods of O'Connor's musical development and provide further enticing historical evidence of one of techno's most illuminating figureheads. Those who indulged in the brilliant White Savage Dance 12" from Downwards from late 2011 will be all over the DIY odes to O'Connor's childhood heroes such as DAF and Liaisons Dangereuses here. The 1999 version in particular which originates from the same recording sessions that ended in the seminal Diversion Group release A Man Has Responsibilities.
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Juggernaut Part 1 (hand-stamped 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: B 4006. Rel: 05 Dec 14
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Review: Guy Tavares makes a rare appearance on his own Bunker outlet under the Schmerzlabor alias. We're pretty excited to say the least given the fact that Tavares releases music once in a blue moon, and instead prefers to use the label as a platform for other sewer dwellers to excel. Four tracks of bitterly uncompromising steel funk, noise-fuelled techno driller-thrillers. Sounding like the inside of one of Tavares' famous bunker raves, the air is humid and drenched with fuzzy distortion, where beats collide and contort into sweltering bundles of dancefloor noise. A bloody bunch of chest-bursters, hawk-nosed and machine-licked. Viciously recommended and ludicrously unmissable. Bunker wins again.
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Cat: LEYLA 005. Rel: 01 Jul 16
  1. Leaves In The Wind (8:01)
  2. What If They Are Watching You (6:49)
  3. On A Mad Train (7:28)
  4. Lights Out (5:21)
Review: Greyscale textural abrasions courtesy of the AnD boys under their Shadows guise, dedicated to their forays into industrial mayhem. Wasting no time getting stuck in with the white knuckled duvet ride of "Leaves In the Wind", it will engulf you in its wall of noise and shock you with its harsh modular blasts. The body bashing pulsations of "What If They Are Watching You" plunders the same depths as Kerridge or Shapednoise; the sound of tremors emerging from the fault line. Some sludgy grindcore metal to be heard on "On A Mad Train" could easily be mistaken for some of J.K. Flesh's more recent works while "Lights Out" closes proceedings with a noisy and nefarious power electronics excursion that'd make even the Posh Isolation crew stand up and notice.
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YO 2TH (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: YO 2TH. Rel: 22 Aug 17
  1. Found Grace (5:38)
  2. 1321313132 (3:52)
  3. TMF (5:10)
  4. Nuws (4:10)
Review: London's Shamos is back on the scene, after a couple of great releases back in 2016 on Funkineven's Apron Records. The brand new Youth imprint was inaugurated by fellow Brit Yard a couple of months ago, and Shamos (pronounced 'Shay-mos' apparently) carries on with the nasty vibes here with these four kick-ass cuts. Starting off with the industrial edged street attitude of of "Found Grace"and the dreamy lo-fi house of 1321313132 on the A side. The flip features the neon lit 80's horror flick aesthetic of TMF and finally the four minute analogue punk groove "Nuws" reminiscent of NYC terrors such as Nick Klein or Enrique.
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Gespielt von: Leri Ahel, Leonid Nevermind
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Cat: COLONY. Rel: 29 Sep 16
  1. Axis (9:28)
  2. Mirror (7:33)
  3. District (7:04)
  4. Out (6:53)
Review: Weevil Neighbourhood is more of a movement than a label. It's a idea that has its roots firmly placed in topography and the physical world. For instance, they don't use numbers to catalogue their music, only words. SPR, a young producer from Hamburg, seems like the perfect fit to the label's improvisational sound aesthetic, an artist who isn't tied down to any particular genres and, instead, likes to keep things noticeably loose. "Axis" opens the score with a hollow fuzz of sonics and spectral atmospherics, and "Mirror" simply takes this one step further into oblivion. On the flip, "District" adds in a faint layer of dubbed-out beats among the haze, and 'Out" punishes the listener with a total noise abstraction in the same style as artists like Andrew Coltrane (TTT). Recommended.
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Cat: RET 004C. Rel: 28 May 14
  1. One Tiny Memory
  2. Stellar Drone
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  1. Volition Immanent - "Swarm Behaviour"
  2. Zombies Under Stress - "Maan Zal Zijn (1986)"
  3. Zombies Under Stress - "In Onze Tijd (1986)"
  4. Zombies Under Stress - "Maan Zal Zijn" (Svengalisghost remix)
  5. Mark Forshaw - "Submission"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Contort Yourself has once again gathered the best and boldest from past and present for its fourth EP. To begin with we have the grimacing visage of Volition Immanent, an intense live act made up of Parrish Smith and Mark Van de Maat (Knekelhuis). Behind rawkish distortion, splintered beats and acrid bars screams a boiled anger; a track spitting on the divides of punk and electronics. Nastiness is taken up a notch as noise ne'er-do-wells Zombies Under Stress take over. Static is bent and doubled across thick chords and collapsed clap in the 1986 "Maan Zal Zijn" before the raw and raging battery of "In Onze Tijd." L.I.E.S. regular Svengalisghost grapples with "Maan Zal Zijn, channelling the original's rage into a mechanical monster. The 12" is bookended with bite as Mark Forshaw (Tabernacle/Berceuse Heroique) closes with the tortured and torrential thump of "Submission." A callous, caustic and fervently cruel EP.
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Westzaan Doelen (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PIV XXX 001. Rel: 01 Oct 18
  1. Dont Go After Her (3:35)
  2. Why Did You Do That (4:38)
  3. Don't Trust No One (2:26)
  4. Just The Two Of You (4:33)
  5. It's Your Uncle For Gods Sake (4:22)
  6. Yo Bitch Needs Them Hits (2:56)
Review: The Poverty Is Violence stable are firmly established now as an essential conductor for rabid, rowdy and downright rasping mechanics from subterranean operators of all shapes and sizes. Anonymous but reportedly veteran Dutch producer XXX previously appeared on the label in 2016 with the wild Noorder Scannen 12", and now returns with a bludgeoning new release. There's a consistent metal grind to the percussion on Westzaan Doelen, while the synth tones in between tend towards the jagged and abrasive, there's space and poise in the arrangement to lift this out of knuckleheaded noise. "Don't Go After Her" reverberates with clamouring intensity while the beefy chassis of "Just The Two Of You" shimmers under an acidic glaze - this is full-tilt deviant music executed with finesse to match the grime.
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Alben
Cat: PRECEPT 017. Rel: 13 Sep 19
  1. About UFO (2:50)
  2. External Mind Fog (4:03)
  3. A Foolish Game (4:02)
  4. Brain Eaters (3:10)
  5. Go Sideways (2:37)
  6. In Front Of You (5:05)
  7. Absenteeist (3:04)
  8. Nothing Between (5:11)
  9. Quiet Movement (4:05)
  10. Metalhead (3:51)
  11. Repeat Itself (2:26)
Review: This cryptic debut from Belgian AIR LQD mixes up science fiction, social criticism and punk ethics into a futuristic sound world where urban decay and artificial intelligence have really taken hold. The brittle, icy electronics of these tracks reminds of Kassem Mosse's experimental lo-fi house work on Workshop. "Repeat Itself" is interspersed with dehumanised voices from a darkened dungeon and leads to some brilliantly unsettling sounds. Abrasive textures rub up next to looping echoes, crashing metal hits and rubbery bass. Though wholly unnatural, paranoid and occult, it all feels so damn right.
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Short Fuse (heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + CD + inserts limited to 250 copies)
Cat: AV 071. Rel: 24 Apr 17
  1. Debug.injector (5:41)
  2. George Kaplan (5:58)
  3. Project FEAR (4:51)
  4. Haarp! The Herald (4:39)
  5. Tensile Strength (5:02)
  6. Solitude In Numbers (5:19)
  7. The Incarceration Of Habit (4:38)
  8. Debug.injector
  9. Self-Prescribed
  10. George Kaplan
  11. Project FEAR
  12. Haarp! The Herald
  13. Tensile Strength
  14. Solitude In Numbers
  15. The Incarceration Of Habit
  16. S'avant Guard
  17. Tilt, Turn, Defenestrate
Review: Hiroshima-based producer Paul T Kirk is hardly prolific, but has nevertheless managed to release a string of fine albums over the last 14 years. Short Fuse is his first set for alt.vinyl and sees him expand on the dusty, otherworldly industrial, illbient and dark IDM experiments of his 2015 full-length, Sometime, Never. Kirk is a talented sound designer, capable of crafting fascinating, fully-formed tracks that rise above a sound soup built on manipulated field recordings, shortwave radio chatter and crackling electronic distortion. It's a formula that not only guarantees atmospheric listening, but also a string of fine tracks that veer from fuzzy industrial intensity to ghostly ambient bliss.
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Dark Pool (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 009. Rel: 29 Aug 14
  1. Dark Pool
  2. Profusion
  3. Watering Hole
  4. Endourban
  5. Burst
  6. Xibalba Road Metamorph
  7. Data River
  8. Night In New Chiang Saen
  9. Protoplasm
  10. Profusion II (Fallofthehouseofagodofbiomechanical)
  11. Who Will Save The Tiger?
Review: The belated release of New York industrial ambient crew Black Rain's early '90s soundtrack work in 2011 sparked something in founder Stuart Argabright. It inspired a belated return to the studio and this surprise album, Black Rain's first for 18 years. Given how long they've been away, Dark Pool is a pleasingly accomplished set. Like their previous material, it wades in dark waters, joining the dots between droning electronic textures, skittish, IDM-inspired rhythms, horror chic, industrial noise and bleak electronica. It's hugely atmospheric, of course, but also strangely claustrophobic. It's a brilliant set, all told, but one that shouldn't be taken lightly.
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Gespielt von: Ethyl
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Cat: SBR 220CD. Rel: 16 Aug 19
  1. Intro
  2. Death Drop
  3. House vs House
  4. Hush Money
  5. Love Is A Parasite
  6. Creature/West Fuqua
  7. No Dice
  8. Wings Of Hate
Review: On his three previous solo albums as Blanck Mass, Fuck Buttons member Benjamin John Power offered up abstract but enjoyable blends of ambient, drone, IDM and electronics. On "Animated Violence Mild", his first full-length for two years, Power has decided to take a far more dystopian path, blending ear-catching, synth-pop influenced melodies with thrusting, doom-laden techno rhythms, growling aural textures, industrial strength noise and hybrid electronic power-pop. It's an ear-catching affair, with highlights including the boisterous, distorted techno-pop of "House Vs House", the post-apocalyptic power-trance rush of "Hush Money", the hypnotic, maximal ambient movements of "Creature/West Fuqua" and the pulsating intensity of "Wings Of Hate".
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Cat: CTILP 012014. Rel: 11 Feb 15
  1. Retrodect (4:47)
  2. Driving Blind (5:03)
  3. Obsession (5:07)
  4. Beatbeatbeat (5:45)
  5. Watching You (5:08)
  6. Love Cuts (5:06)
  7. Sin (5:19)
  8. Dancing On Your Grave (5:02)
  9. Cowboys In Cuba (remix) (6:45)
  10. Dancing Ghosts (remix) (9:51)
  11. Deep Velvet (remix) (6:35)
  12. Lost Bliss (remix) (8:28)
  13. October (Love Song) (remix) (6:41)
Review: New material from Throbbing Gristle's Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti should always be celebrated and their latest joint opus will be of particular delight to hardcore fans. Carter Tutti plays Chris & Cosey is a logical extension of the live show of the same name the pair have been performing and perfecting over the past three years, transferring revisited classics from the stage to the album format. Completed to heed requests for the release of a live album, this double LP features some eight CC classics like "Driving Blind" and "Obsession" newly reworked and recorded at their Norfolk studio. Of course it all sounds as imperious and industrially challenging as you'd expect. Excitingly for completists, there is a second LP included that houses remixes only previously available on a tour-only CD.
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Triumvirate (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CTICTVLP 2019. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. T3.2 (7:16)
  2. T3.3 (6:32)
  3. T3.4 (6:46)
  4. T3.5 (6:21)
  5. T3.1 (7:04)
  6. T3.6 (7:01)
Review: Over the last few years, the occasional studio collaborations between Factory Floor's Nik Void and Throbbing Gristle heavyweights Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti have proved to be faultless exercises in industrial music/techno fusion. They're at it again on third album "Triumvirate", a collection of dark, intense and mind-altering concoctions that veers from ricocheting, delay-laden alien funk ("T3.4") and surging, club-ready hypnotism ("T3.2", "T3.3"), to raw, Surgeon-esque assaults on the senses ("T3.5") and clanking, concrete-clad fare that recalls the best of Carter and Tutti's early '80s TG work ("T3.1", "T3.6"). There are few surprises, just a series of angry, on-point instrumental excursions that should delight all of those of an industrial persuasion.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Mimi
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Cat: CSRCD 276. Rel: 09 Dec 19
  1. Futhur
  2. Original Chaostrophy
  3. Who'll Tell?
  4. Omlagus Garfungiloops
  5. Inkling
  6. Love's Secret Domain
  7. Nasa-Arab
  8. Who'll Fall?
  9. The Original Wild Garlic Memory
  10. Wrim Wram Wrom
  11. Corybantic Ennui
  12. Her Friends The Wolves
  13. Light Shining Darkly
Review: In 1992, Coil followed up their critically acclaimed '91 album "Love's Secret Domain" with a set of outtakes, unreleased songs and alternate versions recorded during the same sessions. Of course, little they produced in that period was ever less than inspired, and "Stolen and Contaminated Songs" was a far better set than its "odds and ends" nature suggested it would be - as this timely reissue proves. Flitting between string-drenched neo-classical, exotic Indian soundscapes, otherworldly ambient-jazz, Cabaret Voltaire style industrial-electro, contemporaneous ambient house dreaminess, beat-free soundscapes and weird electronic experiments, it's a kaleidoscopic and hugely entertaining affair that's well worth a place in your collection.
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My Cube (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: LHP 001. Rel: 21 Oct 16
  1. First (1:59)
  2. Favorite (3:14)
  3. Private (4:44)
  4. Silhouette (2:13)
  5. Safe Word (4:09)
  6. Opaque (1:47)
  7. Commercial For Toothpaste (3:07)
  8. Bargain Water (5:22)
  9. Emblem (6:04)
  10. Auto/Composite Face Fetish (4:29)
  11. No Name/Didn't Feel A Thing (3:03)
Review: Left Hand Path is a record label based in San Francisco run by Surface Tension's Nihar Bhatt and Chris Zaldua, who put on some impressive line-ups at their parties and were even featured on one of fellow Californian label Jealous God's short run mix CDs which used to come with vinyl releases. The label is "dedicated to liminal sounds and dancefloor transgression" according to their Soundcloud profile. CUBE is the project of Adam Keith of Oakland, California. He draws from a variety of influences on the My Cube LP; there's the brutal textured noise of dynamic opener "First", the lo-fi industrial swagger of "Favorite" or "Emblem" (which are reminiscent of the likes of Profligate) or the brazen post-punk antics of "Bargain Water" which calls to mind early Tropic Of Cancer.
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Festival Of The Dead (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 010. Rel: 08 Oct 14
  1. The Claw
  2. I Know What I Must Do
  3. Damballah 58
  4. Parataxic Distortion
  5. Festival Of The Dead
  6. Belladonna Theme
  7. Vaudou Take Me High
  8. Inlightenment
  9. None Of Your Bones Are Broken
  10. Madwoman (Festival mix)
  11. Fruit Is Ripe
  12. Fire Ends The Day
Review: Blackest Ever Black's unwavering commitment to gracing 2014 with some of the most distinct sounds continues apace as their latest long player sees the return of William Bennett's Cut Hands project. Entitled Festival Of The Dead, this new album feels like the next logical progression in the Cut Hands sound, with the label describing it as "most potent distillation yet" of Bennett's "malign percussive energy". If you checked lead track "The Claw" which was made available to stream when BEB first announced the album, you will no doubt have an idea of what to expect but this relentless, bracing approach shown there is not the only card played by Bennett across the album. Indeed it's the moments where the sonics get twisted and chewed up (such as the suitably named "Parataxic Distortion") that prove most memorable.
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D/P/I
Composer (LP)
Cat: SP 074. Rel: 13 Sep 16
  1. Poly- (3:33)
  2. Semantics (3:16)
  3. Image Furnace (4:27)
  4. Ecstatics (5:04)
  5. Escape (6:16)
  6. Acid (4:18)
  7. Pattern/WAYTA? (4:39)
Review: Los Angeles based producer Alex Gray aka D/P/I of CHANCEIMAG.es returns, this time on French imprint Shelter Press with more avant electronics excursions on the Composer LP. Thee seven sound collages are said to be an experiment in rhythm, where human error is introduced to basic sounds (such as a djembe or conga) via midi controllers, introducing complex processes and effects which naturally developed into compositions. Gray himself hopes his album "can act as a beacon of creativity for future generations, who are currently being completely saturated by marketing content for products and media that will do nothing but confuse and distract them.
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Maquinismo Operatorio 1984-1986 (limited LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOM 21L. Rel: 27 Jan 15
  1. Almuerzo Desnudo
  2. Di Hola Zapato
  3. Gerardo
  4. Maquinismo Operatorio
  5. Espana Y Cuba
  6. Santiago
Review: Barcelona's Domestica are specialists in unearthing some of the rawest and most cutting-edge material from the past and they've once again stepped onto something truly special. Fernando Gallego were a Spanish post-punk outfit whose music didn't quite get the attention in deserved way back when in the eighties, but all that doesn't seem to matter when you take into account just how forward-thinking their attitude and style were. Each track is a fine blend of the kind of crusty EBM that Nitzer Ebb has made, Throbbing Gristle's noise-fuelled guitar riffs, and even a touch of proto-techno a-la Liaisons Dangereuses. All in all, it's a heavy-duty package for all you collectors, and a fine introspective into Spain's hidden alternative scene of the twentieth century. Another winner from the Domestica camp!
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Gespielt von: Marsman
 in stock $19.40
A Dissembly (LP + 1-sided flexi-disc)
Cat: DE 110. Rel: 23 Mar 16
  1. Asylum (4:30)
  2. Semi Sex Act (8:08)
  3. Karnage (3:49)
  4. Kalm (2:37)
  5. Francis Bacon (6:26)
  6. Beirut (4:59)
  7. Karnal (4:23)
  8. Physikal Jerk (3:50)
  9. Smack (3:18)
Review: Josh Cheon's Dark Entries label plunge once more into the depths of the UK underground in the 1980s and come up the other side with this crucial reissue of A Dissembly by Konstruktivits. A quick history lesson: former Heute man and Throbbing Gristle/Industrial Records associate Glenn Michael Wallis was and remains the towering creative force behind Konstruktivits who are active to this day and have been "perverting your ears since 1980." Of the numerous albums Konstruktivits have been responsible for, it is their debut LP from 1982 that Dark Entries have chosen to reissue here, offering a newly remastered take on A Dissembly that suggests Wallis and associates to be worthy sonic companions to Muslimgauze, Tuxedo Moon, Clock DVA and Throbbing Gristle. The freaks out there will love this one.
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Gespielt von: Ali Renault
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Too Deep (limited marbled vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: F 015. Rel: 20 Apr 20
  1. Open The Wound (3:20)
  2. Turn Away (4:13)
  3. So It Seems (V2) (5:20)
  4. Too Deep (4:29)
  5. Never Alone (4:12)
  6. Cost Of Life (5:15)
  7. Distress (4:43)
  8. 10,000 Voices (2:35)
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Cameron Findlay AKA Kontravoid. Remarkably, "Too Deep", his second studio album, arrives almost eight years after his lauded debut full-length. The good news is that he's in fine form throughout, offering up stylish, mind-altering, synth-heavy workouts that variously off a cap to Cabaret Voltaire, the throbbing EBM of Nitzer Ebb, the dark and moody intensity of Depeche Mode, the wild, freewheeling aggression of DAF and the off-kilter melodiousness of early '80s new wave synth-pop. While his trademark style owes much to his vintage influences, there's a freshness about his songs and sounds that's particularly alluring.
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Songs From The Otherside Of Emptiness (heavyweight LP + 7" + insert)
Cat: LFI 004. Rel: 18 Jan 17
  1. Zhen (5:08)
  2. Du (5:29)
  3. Seeds (4:29)
  4. I Comeforth By Day Singing (7:24)
  5. Saura (5:51)
  6. Three (5:25)
  7. Marut (3:25)
  8. Sem (5:24)
  9. 6 (4:23)
  10. 8 (4:27)
Review: Life Garden was formed in Phoenix, Arizona during the fall of 1989 by George Dillon, Su Ling and W. David Oliphant. The group was the reinvention of post-industrial band Maybe Mental (1982-1987) and delved into an ineffable territory where language failed, their music found root. Each release was loosely guided by one member, caught between the Tapestry of Silence and Beauty (1991) was focused towards the poetry and vocals of George Dillon who sadly passed away after the completion of the album. During this period the band began to shift from using synths and samplers to an all acoustic approach. Over several months, Su Ling and David developed a unique improvisational style using digital multi-effects and loopers to process Su's vocals and a variety of percussion, string and wind instruments. This became the foundation of the LG sound and is heard thoughout this LP.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $19.67
Sonic Citadel (limited gatefold green vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: THRILL 505LPX. Rel: 11 Oct 19
  1. Blow To The Head (3:08)
  2. USA Is A Psycho (3:07)
  3. Air Conditioning (4:14)
  4. Husker Don't (6:06)
  5. Big Banger (5:04)
  6. Halloween 3 (5:43)
  7. Don Henley In The Park (3:50)
  8. Tom Thump (2:42)
  9. Bouncy House (4:38)
  10. All Insane (4:59)
  11. Van Halen 2049 (9:14)
Review: "Sonic Citadel" marks Brians Gibson and Chippendale's seventh studio album and it is one that finds them revealing a little more of themselves than before. "Blow To The Head" is an intense opener with caustic texture, dense layers and scuzzy noise that soundtracks a manic episode, while elsewhere there are much more angular and punk influenced rhythm tracks with deathly vocals mired in gauzy riffs engulfed in dirt, grit and sandpaper sonics. Standout track "Halloween 3" is a suitably horror fuelled track of high energy, lo fi fuzz that will keep any demons away.
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Cat: VAULTWORKS 331CD. Rel: 15 Nov 19
  1. Revelation
  2. Hanstown Kills
  3. Discernment
  4. Eden
  5. Awkening
  6. Accursed
  7. Everlasting
  8. So Be It
Review: Titan of the darkest caverns of ambient culture, Lustmord brings his A-game to this soundtrack for chilling drama "First Reformed", which originally came out in 2017. Even without knowledge of the film itself, the quintessentially ominous mood cast from the first track to the last is as seductive as anything from Lustmord's extensive back catalogue (that started around 1981). It's a slow-moving study in sonic space rendering as much as an evocative dose of dread, but there's space for the odd shard of melody in just a few places. The icy refrain in "Eden" is not one to warm the heart, but it cuts through the gloom with crystalline precision.
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Lalique Gaddafi Handgrenade (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: ARCHIVE 50. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Arab Jerusalem (23:37)
  2. Jordan River (20:03)
  3. Lalique Gadaffi Handgrenade (3:25)
  4. Desert Gulag (4:27)
Review: He may not have been on this planet since the late 1990s, but the late, great Bryn Jones continues to dazzle from beyond the grave. The latest in a long line of posthumous albums offers another chance to own one of his greatest moments, 23-minute 1996 cut "Arab Jerusalem": a superb sound soup rich in atmospheric field recordings, snatched Arabic radio chatter, hazy ambient electronics, sporadic bursts of hand percussion and unearthly female vocal snippets. Perhaps more alluring for dedicated fans are the three previously unreleased tracks that Staalplaat has plucked from the Manchester producer's vast archives. The standout is undoubtedly "Jordan River", a twenty-minute chunk of sparse, mind-altering electro-dub/ambient dub fusion from the DJ Spooky school of "illbient" that's simply essential.
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Mission Invisible (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: HOS 656CD. Rel: 16 Jan 20
  1. Plug In
  2. Blue Damon
  3. Technocrat Outsider
  4. Uncle Scum
  5. Plug Out
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I (clear & black split coloured vinyl LP in spot-varnished sleeve + MP3 download code)
Cat: LAUNCH 170S. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Horse (4:23)
  2. Radiation Facial (feat Dylan Walker) (2:30)
  3. Guacamole Handshake (3:41)
  4. Roadkill Ruby (4:47)
  5. Sect (5:47)
  6. Gringolicker (feat Mutado Pintado) (4:25)
  7. Coming (feat Laima Leyton) (4:09)
  8. Jesus Dropkick (4:29)
  9. Some Semblance Of A Story (feat Dwid Hellion) (1:43)
  10. Dr Blair (3:33)
Review: There is real beauty and hope in the dark chaos of Petbrick's new album for Rocket Recordings. It is a compelling insight into the unhinged and occult minds of Wayne Adams (Big Lad and Iggor Cavalera (Soulwax) that manages to convey a real sense of musical lunacy and brain shredding electronic frenzy. Guests like Full Of Hell's Dylan Walker on "Radiation Facial" or Integrity's Dwid Hellion on "Some Semblance Of A Story" add more intensity and urgency to this most caustic of records. Dystopian and invigorating at every turn, this is treacherous music for treacherous times.
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Devour (coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 226LPC1. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Homeostasis (2:00)
  2. Spit It Out (2:00)
  3. Self-Regulatingsystem (2:00)
  4. Deprivation (7:52)
  5. Pristine Panic/Cheek By Jowl (10:14)
Review: Margaret Chardiet's semi-regular album outings as Pharmakon are always worth a listen, if only to recoil at the intensity of her unsettling blends of buzzing industrial noise, paranoid vocal screams, throbbing aural textures, forthright mangled guitar riffs and rusty, razor-sharp power electronics. "Devour" is the artist's fourth album for Sacred Bones and her first new set for two years. It explores similar sonic territory to its predecessors, offering claustrophobic, mind-mangling soundscapes that are creepy, disturbed, awe-inspiring and sonically challenging in equal measures. In some ways, calling out individual tracks as highlights seems pointless: this is a singular, ever-changing work that sees Chardiet escort us on a nightmarish journey through experimental extremes.
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Cat: DE 085. Rel: 02 Mar 15
  1. He Is Patriotic (3:12)
  2. Out Of Order (3:40)
  3. Plateau Stage (4:09)
  4. All Present & Correct (3:27)
  5. Karsic (3:17)
  6. Sex Crimes (4:26)
  7. Sure Is Kinda Spooky (2:26)
  8. Mass Disorder (4:54)
  9. Fiends (3:18)
  10. Sort Out (3:06)
Review: John Whybrew, Ian Sharp and Dean Piavani are Portion Control. In case you didn't know about them, they're one of the most influential industrial bands to have come out of the 1980's and have also been a massive inspiration for the likes of Depeche Mode and Skinny Puppy. Moreover, it's their signature brand of rhythmic, mostly instrumental post-punk which has made the music of Craig Leon and others so sought after these days. Originally out in 1982 on Phaze Records, these ten tracks are timeless pseudo-techno jams which will always be coveted by DJs, musicians and samplers alike. Cop it now because the original is rather pricey!
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Cat: LSSN 025. Rel: 03 Sep 14
  1. Late To Take It Light
  2. Hate's In The City
  3. Punk In The Street
  4. Dragged It Home To Bed
  5. So Goddamn Gaunt
Review: Since debuting as Prostitutes in 2011 on his own StabUDown label, experimental noise and techno artist James Donadio has established his confrontational style with a slew of releases. This year alone has seen Donadio add two EPs on Avian's Mira sub-label and an album for John Elliott's Spectrum Spools label to a discography that already includes Diagonal, Digitalis and Opal Tapes. This Nouveauree 12" finds Donadio adding the prospering Night School to his collar, and you may think he makes a strange bed fellow with The Space Lady or Molly Nillson on the UK experimental label but Donadio's singular sonic fingerprint still feels strangely at home. Night School suggest Nouveauree to be "a purge, a palette cleanser," but it also feels like some of Donadio's most gratifyingly floor focused material. You can almost visualise someone like Powell giving it the screw face as he drops "Punk In The Street" in one of his sets.
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Unknowns (limited LP)
Cat: HOS 598LP. Rel: 23 Apr 18
  1. In The Ashes Of Science We Fall (15:04)
  2. In The Peeling Birch We Remain (15:57)
Review: Unknowns was first offered as a super-limited cassette bundled with a rare boxed version of Dominick Fenrow's 2017 Prurient album, Rainbow Mirror. Here presented on vinyl for the first time, it sees the prolific Fenrow join forces with Skin Crime man Patrick O'Neill (Hanged Man's Orgasm was an alias he used in the late '80s and early '90s), writer Scott Bryan Wilson and synthesizer player and all round studio don Kris Lapke. There are two 15-minute plus epics to enjoy, both of which mix dystopian noise and heavily processed samples with skewed synthesizer parts, '90s modem noises and barely audible excerpts of the ever entertaining Fenrow reading Wilson's expressive prose. For the record, it's the B-side cut that's the most apocalyptic.
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Gespielt von: JK FLESH
 in stock $27.26
Books Of Reverbs (LP + book)
Cat: EKAR 035. Rel: 22 Oct 18
  1. Servadio & HEXN - "Track 1" (11:54)
  2. Servadio & Years Of Denial - "Track 2" (14:01)
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  1. Out Demon Out (3:40)
  2. Highway Surplus (6:33)
  3. Palomar (6:34)
  4. Entre Nous (4:02)
  5. Under Your Hoop (3:39)
  6. The Land Of Feeling Good (4:01)
  7. Spook House (8:34)
  8. Tu Quoque, Fili Mi (3:41)
Review: Dark Entries are no strangers to profiling the prolific work Piscataway duo Mike Mangino and the late Chris Shepard committed to tape as Smersh, issuing a compilation of their material in late 2012 called Cassette Pets. It's fair to say a lot more people know Dark Entries now but might not be that familiar with Smersh so this new Super Solid Heavy Waste collection is a fine introduction to the US outfit. Reflecting the more beat-focused side to Smersh, the tracks were recorded between 1983 and 1993, covering the duo's most prolific period up to the year before Shepard passed away, with just "Under Your Hoop" having previously appeared on vinyl as part of the 1990 LP Emmanuelle Goes To Bangkok. Listening through it's no surprise Smersh appeared on the Borft label operated by Scandinavian pranksters Frak - there are definite sonic parallels between them.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Kid Who, Rogér
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Part Two: The Endless Not & TG Now (clear vinyl 3xLP box set + poster + stickers + MP3 download code)
Cat: TGLP 19. Rel: 13 Dec 19
  1. Vow Of Silence (7:00)
  2. Rabbit Snare (8:56)
  3. Separated (4:46)
  4. Almost A Kiss (6:47)
  5. Greasy Spoon (9:30)
  6. Lyre Liar (7:49)
  7. Above The Below (4:27)
  8. Endless Not (8:01)
  9. The Worm Waits Its Turn (5:48)
  10. After The Fall (3:59)
  11. X-Ray (8:21)
  12. Splitting Sky (12:24)
  13. Almost Like This (10:47)
  14. How Do You Deal (14:00)
Review: When it was first released in 2007, "Part 2: The Endless Not / TG Now" was Throbbing Gristle's first studio album since 1982. The pioneering industrial band had been drawn together again in 2004 to mark the passing of friend John Balance with a rare performance, and spent the next two years sporadically recording new material. The set was produced slightly differently to the all-analogue early works, with greater use of sampling and digital instrumentation. Yet despite the new toys and techniques, the music remained as antagonistic, forthright, intense and otherworldly as it had been two decades before. In other words, it's a proper Throbbing Gristle album, made by the original members to their original ethos, with a slightly different production approach. For that reason it remains a must-have for all fans of industrial music past and present.
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Cat: TGCD 19. Rel: 13 Dec 19
  1. Vow Of Silence
  2. Rabbit Snare
  3. Separated
  4. Almost A Kiss
  5. Greasey Spoon
  6. Lyre Liar
  7. Above The Below
  8. Endless Not
  9. The Worm Waits Its Turn
  10. After The Fall
  11. X-Ray
  12. Splitting Sky
  13. Almost Like This
  14. How Do You Deal?
Review: When it was first released in 2007, "Part 2: The Endless Not / TG Now" was Throbbing Gristle's first studio album since 1982. The pioneering industrial band had been drawn together again in 2004 to mark the passing of friend John Balance with a rare performance, and spent the next two years sporadically recording new material. The set was produced slightly differently to the all-analogue early works, with greater use of sampling and digital instrumentation. Yet despite the new toys and techniques, the music remained as antagonistic, forthright, intense and otherworldly as it had been two decades before. In other words, it's a proper Throbbing Gristle album, made by the original members to their original ethos, with a slightly different production approach. For that reason it remains a must-have for all fans of industrial music past and present.
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Cat: PI 160. Rel: 03 Aug 16
  1. Name Signs & New Hands, Old Cars (4:05)
  2. Corinthia Skin (part 1 - Artist Dinner & Sparkling Wine) (4:53)
  3. Red Lights/Venue, Midnight (1:51)
  4. Stroboscopic Observations On Ecstasy (7:07)
  5. The Eyes Of An Excellent Lover (6:32)
  6. Cardinal Lipstick, Matching Toenails (3:52)
  7. Under Beige Nylon (5:31)
  8. White & Yellow, Powdered Drugs (4:58)
  9. Silk & Steel (4:13)
  10. Luxury Bubbles, Unscented Lubricant (With Vanity Productions) (6:54)
  11. Corinthia Skin (part 2 - PPV & Room-Service) (3:50)
  12. Lobby Leisure (2:53)
  13. Turbulence/Complimentary Wi-Fi (2:48)
  14. The City Where I Used To Live & Love/Stockholm (2:33)
  15. The Color Of Saffon/Opium (5:56)
  16. Lavender Halter/See Through Showers Of The Standard (3:41)
Review: Varg's Star Alliance originally took shape as a 6 cassette box set released in late 2015 on Posh Isolation now gets a re-release on vinyl and is definitely a must for fans of the Swedish producer. Said to be a collection of live recordings from his worldwide performances over an extended period, they are no doubt representative of his varied yet dynamic style, running the gamut from power electronics and dark ambient pieces through to deeply hypnotic techno that has seen him release on the likes of Northern Electronics and Semantica previously.
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  1. Kuwaiti Airforce Rehearsal (part 1) (6:55)
  2. Kuwaiti Airforce Rehearsal (part 2) (7:12)
  3. Los Angeles Death Cult - "SNA" (6:38)
  4. Cohors Helvetica (with Demdike Stare) (7:33)
  5. The Triumph Of Religion (4:13)
  6. Consiratorial Whispers (5:42)
  7. Unknown To The Peacock The Serpent & Scorpion Conspire (4:47)
  8. Soviet Union's Vietnam War (3:25)
Review: Back in 2012, Dominic Fernow offered up a highly limited edition cassette containing rehearsal recordings of a themed show in Los Angeles entitled "Kuwaiti Airforce". He's now decided to make these available on vinyl, alongside a slew of other rare tracks recorded in the same period. Like Fernow's later Vatican Shadow work, it's highly political and offers a lo-fi and noise-soaked trip through dark ambient and hypnotic, atmospheric mutations of techno. Arguably the most arresting tracks are the collaborative ones: the hushed, sample-heavy creepiness of Demdike Stare hook-up "Cohors Helvetica", and the deep, minimalist techno hypnotism of "SNA" by Los Angeles Death Cult, a one-off studio face off with Juan Mendez AKA Silent Servant.
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Transparent (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code + booklet)
Cat: CSR 230 LP. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Zos Kia - "Sicktone" (5:38)
  2. Zos Kia - "Baptism Of Fire" (4:59)
  3. Zos Kia - "Violation" (5:23)
  4. Zos Kia - "Poisons" (3:25)
  5. Zos Kia - "Truth" (5:39)
  6. Zos Kia/Coil - "Sewn Open" (5:44)
  7. Zos Kia/Coil - "Sicktone" (1:21)
  8. Zos Kia/Coil - "Silence & Secrecy" (Section) (4:52)
  9. Zos Kia/Coil - "Truth" (version) (5:32)
  10. Zos Kia/Coil - "Stealing The Words" (4:21)
  11. Zos Kia/Coil - "On Balance" (4:39)
  12. Ake - "No Mas" (bonus track) (4:33)
  13. Ake - "Rape" (live At Equinox, June 21, 1983 - bonus track) (5:25)
Review: Where do we even start with the Cold Spring label? The UK institution has been putting out any music that's remotely related to the industrial domain for over twenty years, and they have featured some pretty legendary names on the label. Names like Psychic TV, Merzbow, Genesis P-Orridge and Skullflower, among many others, and have even mashed that up with visionary legends like Sun Ra. They've got a pretty special line-up this time with Zos Kia, Coil, and Ake all appearing on the same LP. Enough said, brothers and sisters. John Gosling might be the only remaining member of legendary 80s industrial outfit Zos Kia, but it's clear from the sounds of his first five segments that he's still operating with exactly the same menace and dexterity behind the mixing board; this is your thing if you're into bizarre noise infusions and gnarly power electronics. The man teams up with legendary band Coil, spear-headed by ex-Psychic TV member John Balance, and together they offer some pretty foreboding noise-rock cross-overs. Ake's final two tracks tie things off with a devilish twist of tooled-up field recordings that give the term 'bleak' a new meaning. A special release. Don't miss this.
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 in stock $34.59
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