This benefit compilation for Andreas Gehm is being split into 5 parts. You can buy each part for 7 Euro or the full combo package (with all 5 parts – 129 tracks in total) just for 14 Euro (10.64 GBP, $15.56 USD, $20.27 CDN, $21.66 AUD); you can pay more if you want;
All donations go directly to Andreas Gehm to assist with financial stresses due to ongoing health issues (the “Buy” button sends your contribution to Andreas’ PayPal account).
Comp For Andreas Gehm features unreleased and exclusive material.
Belfast born imprint Computer Controlled Records follow up on their acid rich debut Explorer EP from Mark Forshaw with a five tracker from Chris Moss Acid on a release that also features a jacking collaboration with Breakin’ Records owner and all time don DMX Krew. It marks the third in a run of original EP’s from Chris Moss Acid who’s been enjoying something of a renaissance in his productivity, releasing with a host of top grade labels from to Jerome Hill’s revered and uncompromising techno imprint Don’t and Dutch electronic hub Shipwrec.
Chris Moss Acid returns to Mathematics after a 6 year hiatus with a manic furry onslaught of squelch & tweaks to rupture the mind. Hard hitting acid tracks and good old fashion four to the floor rhythms.
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Shipwrec proudly present one of the pioneers of Dutch electronics, Vincent Koreman. Under the mask of Drvg Cvltvre brutish 303 soaked anger is being doled out. An Acid washed Industrial wrath comes in the form of American Psychosis [Part one]. “Acid Flash” sees a new collaboration with Bournmouth’s Chris Moss Acid for a burning piece of aggression. Violent knob squawk is further punished by bullying beats, cruel claps and some late night horror. “I’ll Wear Your Face On A Chain” has the same red mist behind the eyes. Shrill 303 chords run into abrasive drums with darkened vocals prophesising pain.
Russia’s official policy and attitude towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people has fallen down a slippery slope. This is a compilation by 24 left-field techno producers to raise money, awareness and show our support to the Russian LGBT people.
Chris Moss Acid returns with an extraterrestrial four tracker on Holland’s 030303. The A-side features Bay of Cadiz, an eleven minute cut built around an hypnotic bass line and a simple Hitchcockian synth that would do well in a horror movie featuring zombies with smiley faces. On the flip, Lynchette Matravers is an energetic, crystal clear banger reminding of early 808 State. The Big Freeze sounds a lot warmer than the title suggests and should please anyone into AFX’s later output. The Rhythm, the fourth and last track on the EP, continues on that vibe with beautiful synth work.