This very one Lost Boy from Brazil washed ashore the Lowlands’ ‘Finis Terrae’, a produce of first-generation ‘Shock Doctrine’ and a real ‘carioca’ borne on the New World’s ‘Bossa Nova’ and ‘Esplendor Geometrico’ of old ‘Ancien Regime’ para-military junta that delivers quite some maximally dark and manic minimal wave of late, at times even slightly reminiscent of Siouxsie and the Banshees and of Joy Division, and all sung through old and charming, slightly dissonant ‘Samba’ melody lines vaguely hailing from certain sinister up-hill ‘Cidade de Deus’ margins of a distinctly distant ‘Vagamundo’ Purgatory past in either the Portuguese, the English or the Spanish tongues, rendering the paranoia ‘facsimile in Limbo’ of the coming Futurist Global Orderly State, this deep-state ‘Novo Estado Novo’ within the current ‘Nova Bossa Nova’, this ‘Guerra Nova Prometheida por uma Terra Nova Prometida’, the World’s Electronic New Wave ‘Fado’ of Digital Panopticon and similar forms of purely A.I.-bot-generated (nothing personal!) Totalitarian Torture ‘Technique du coup d’Etat’ in genuine random numbers as already foreseen and shown to all some long time before in the Magic Green on that ‘Funky Dollar Bill’, ‘Novus Ordo Seclorum’.
Bunker returns with the third volume of Rogue Frequencies. Selected from Mike Hellboii’s archives, a whole set of predominantly heavy ’80’s-and-’90’s-Bruxelles-and-UK-styled electro-wave-synth-poppin’ EBM and other ever-tragically ‘New Romantic’ techno ‘massive-rave-and-lonely-dance floor classics.
David Vunk’s mini album vinyl debut on the most legendary cult The Hague record label Bunker records. Expect the true techno acid.
2018 Repress. Clinically but relentless jacking acid as if 88 was yesterday.
New Bunker release… Oldschool EBM project from Den Haag.
Valere Aude, the debut album from Romans, a collaborative project between New York techno producer Gunnar Haslam and Vienna-based acid evangelist Johannes Auvinen (aka Tin Man). Featuring 12 tracks of hallucinogenic, psychedelic techno, Valere Aude is an acid-etched trip to the outer reaches of the mind. The finished product is a steamy, moody record, experimenting with atmospheres, tempos, and sounds, designed for blistering hot days and cold, rainy nights. We couldn’t be more excited to share it with you.
Heavy dark techno tracks by Rotterdam based Damcase debut on Tavares’ Bunker Records.
Rotterdam’s Ian Martin has brought his own brand of dark ambient and unsettling electronics to a stellar clutch of labels. Of these, it is the Bunker/Panzerkreuz crew that Martin has become most readily associated with, perhaps due to the fact label and artist reside in the Netherlands. Wright Seer finds Martin back on Panzerkreuz for his first release of 2016 and features five more untitled tracks of subtle drone-electro hybrids that sound all the more mind-bending with each successive listen.
Dystopian facemelters from Belgium’s grim southside.
Dark acid from the Pukemaster.
The Special Brigade – one of Legowelt’s best fictitious classic-italian-late-’70’s-police-horror-cult-movie electronic techno music soundscape. Florenza Mavelli’s Special Brigade soundtrack (aka Uomini Brigata Specialle) an obscure italian tv-series tells the story of an elite special government police unit formed to counter terrorism and organized crime. It first surfaced on the legendary CBS blog late 2007, only to fade into obscurity again after the old CBS’s foreclosure. In 2009 it was remastered from vintage reel to reel tape and released on Danny’s Strange Life label on a CD album. Now Bunker brings it back! It’s great to taste six of those dramatic cuts on vinyl finally.
Very dark and menacing and heavily-pounding industrial techno/electro planet rock by Ekman on Panzerkreuz.
More fresh new talent from The Hague (Baz Reznik) vs more fresh new talent from Hamburg (F#X in cooperation with Helena Hauff), acid house ghetto tech jam retardedness vs heavy-pounding and brain-crushing acidic darkcore techno insanity.
The Bunker 4000 series with its 3rd release! The Hague’s new young talent debut for crazy acid house and retarded acidic techno, with the same sort of ‘gospel feeling’ as ’90’s’ Chicago’s early ‘Green Velvet.
Hamburg’s saviour of the Reeperbahn darkness, ‘la belle dame sans merci’ from the notorious ‘Golden Pudel’ club, her menacing and ruthless sound strongly reminiscent of ‘Beverly Hills 808303/Interr-Ference’ from The Hague’s sinister ’90’s
Barely escaping the latest ‘Treuhand’ terror of the ex-Weimar Republic, ex-Third Reich and ex-DDR territory, ‘The Exaltics’ finally comes with His fourth and heaviest piece of ‘Zwangsarbeit’ so far within the realm of the Bunker/Panzerkreuz corpus, as this is true black ritual acid and darkcore industrial techno to the max! oh, by the way, did I already mention the war?
New and improved Bunker / Panzerkreuz Records! A4 inlay with artwork by Elec PT.1 himself + red Bunker stamp! Deutschland keeps on pushing it with some more macabre acidic industrial techno, dark and psychotic as the Lord has intended, ‘das beste Stahl’!
New and improved Bunker / Panzerkreuz Records! A 4 inlay with artwork by Perseus Traxx himself + red Bunker stamp! More drug-induced deep house for more deep penetration of that feeble mind, and as usual mr. Rogers delivers with the most authentic chicagoan ‘eighties’ jackin’ sound the year of the Lord 2013 may witness…
Finally out of little Britain, ahum, sorry, out of little Paxton, Mr. Rogers is currently thriving on his newly acquired medication of high-quality codeine, all thanks to the benign blessings of the pharmaceutical industry: His house is definitely jackin’ it deeper and browner than ever before, almost sounding like a Ron Hardy shooting up at the end of a hard day’s night back in the days of the warehouse.