VA – Palace Of Memory Where Nostalgia Is Fear [PSR007]

VARIOUS - Palace Of Memory Where Nostalgia Is Fear (featuring Container, Privacy, Beau Wanzer, DJ Richard, Kluentah etc.)

Always hot on the hard-as-steel plates and murky subterranean atmospheres, Public System turns in a haunted double package from the crypt. Spanning hi-octane indus bullets, half-baked mutant salvos and shadow-clad juicers from a host of reputed names and rabid underdogs, this new comp collates ruff’n’tuff joints from gritty techno don Container, genre-unbound explorer E-Saggila, Berlin’s electro arsonist Privacy, acid-spitting hydra DJ Loser x Penelopes Fiance, basement guerilla Yabboq Penuel alias Le Syndicat Electronique, neo-punk beat thrasher Crave, Yves Tumor collaborator and sine-wave crusher Anthem, expert circuit dissector Beau Wanzer, Liquid G as remixed by Mick Wills, Night Gaunt’s Lower Tar, occult machine funk preacher Maenad Veyl, DJ Chupacabras under new guise 110, soundwaves cross-pollinator DJ Richard, vibrant mood-scapist Gavilán Rayna Russom, as well as label boss Myn going ubiquitous with studio fellows Kluentah as Myntha, and NYC’s R Gamble under their Fade Accompli moniker. A much desirable feast of raw, unhinged, all-round spine-tingling jams for both inside and outside the club.

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VA – Palace Of Memory Where Nostalgia Is Fear [PSR007]

VA – Phormix – Mass Disorder [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Free download compilation from Athenian outfit Phormix; including tracks by Anatolian Weapons, Baz Reznik, Celldod, DJ Loser, Fragedis, Morah, Outermost, Penelope’s Fiance, Unhuman and many more.

VA – Phormix – Mass Disorder [FREE DOWNLOAD]

VA – Previously Undisclosed Rituals II [VEYL006]

Veyl is introducing the second edition of ceremonial covenant, ‘Previously Undisclosed Rituals II’. The all-star cast which includes December (Blackest Ever Black/Pinkman), Vaal (Pale Blue Dot), TV.OUT (L.I.E.S.), Instruments of Discipline overlords Operant, Lost Highway, human bulldozer Ayarcana and the Greek tragedy DJ Loser.

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VA – Previously Undisclosed Rituals II [VEYL006]

DJ Loser – DJ Loser [BLIQ015]

DJ Loser kicks off his vinyl debut with “Your eyes were telling me that you really cared”, a soothing and sun-bleached late night downbeat driver, which gives way to A2’s “Untitled” menacing and jacking tone that is sure to bang the dingiest of darkrooms. B1’s “I’ve got dis (but I can’t do it)” is a bona fide slammer made to liquify whatever is left of one’s mind way past the midnight hour, while Seixlack’s rendition of the latter brings more paranoid and percussive-led assaults to the table.

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DJ Loser – DJ Loser [BLIQ015]