Byron Maiden – Digital Tsunami 165

Tracklist:
01. Beverly Hills 808303 – Acid Planet 7 – a1
02. Gladkazuka – Ramdomlee (string)
03. X-Ray Connection – Replay (M.W. Cut)
04. DJ Ungel – Transpirits
05. Opposing Currents – Eyes Down
06. Dark Star – Hello Cleveland!!
07. Jay Fields & Bill Converse – Bodily Tension
08. Muziekkamer II – The Sun was the Stronger
09. Ruins – Elegant Shout
10. Anne Clark – Wallies
11. International Music System – An English ’93
12. Zov Zov – Hands Held Up
13. Zaliva D – Faraway
14. Gladkazuka – Naturalia
15. Nick Mackrory – Uneven Keel
16. Plein Soleil – Telegramme (Kaumwald Edit)
17. Jamal Moss – Black Herman
18. Bardar – Love Story Written In Blood
19. Clip – Applegate Mechanism (Cora Novoa Remix)
20. Plazmot – Orot Levanim
21. Electric Universe – Electric Pulsation
22. Kuniyuki Takahashi – Signifie
23. Persona Non Grata – God of snakes
24. Dunkeltier – Arcade (Dunkeltier Edit)
25. Mordd Imbet – No Orange Juice, No Love
26. Matias Rivera – Reflejo (Demo)
27. Decadance – On and On (Fears Keep On)
28. Identified Patient – Geen Syndroom
29. Terence Fixmer – Warm Leatherette
30. Andrea Paz & Oddy – Trucks
31. Chris Carter – Lab Test
32. Credit 00 – Weg von diesem Ort (Georgie D Tribute)
33. Lucrecia Dalt – Analogue Mountains
34. Dominion – Voodoo Visions

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Byron Maiden – Digital Tsunami 165

Legion 808 – Tombouctou Crisis [PRECEPT016]

Long time kept in the pipelines, we are proud to welcome the discreet, although agitated newcomer Legion 808 conveying his debut vinyl release on the label. Composed while stuck in some kind of hallucinated trance, his mind and body cemented behind the four walls of his Parisian apartment, the Frenchman ultimately unleashes a scathing first entry into his discography. Taking the shape of a vicious six track mini-album, long brewed with ruthless humor, oozing fever and nervous breakdowns, ‘Tombouctou Crisis’ feels as vigorous as a slap in the face. Making up for some of the best industrial bedroom music we’ve heard as of late, he always manages to find his way back to the surface throughout the many layers of bizarre grooves and caustic humor, zealous snare attacks and strange nursery rhymes. Only to uncover a depressurized atmosphere of sorts; from which a strong smell of burned asphalt never gets off your clothes.

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Legion 808 – Tombouctou Crisis [PRECEPT016]