Soil Records’ Valley of Tears is back on his third edition more powerful than even, with 4 tracks from Arnaud Rebotini, David Carretta, Kovyazin D and Terence Fixmer.
New York’s Bound presents the second compilation, Auricular Discipline II. All proceeds from the album go towards the Sex Workers Project, which provides resources and legal aid to sex workers. “We believe sex work is inherently intersectional, at the core of human rights, as well as one of the most limited, overlooked and vulnerable communities,” promoter and label Bound says in a statement. The compilation features new tracks from the likes of Black Meteoric Star, Dax J, Gavilán Rayna Russom, P.E.A.R.L., Terence Fixmer, Bound resident Katie Rex and more.
Alexey Volkov, Terence Fixmer (with an unreleased track from 2005), VTSS and label bannermen Empire State join Neud Photo (Return to Disorder) and The Sixteen Steps (Cititrax) on the third and final chapter of Veyl’s ‘Previously Undisclosed Rituals’ series.
The collaboration between producer Terence Fixmer and vocalist Douglas McCarthy continues with a new 4 track EP of blistering electronics and intense performance. ‘Let It Begin’ and ‘The Crush’ assault the listener with bruising bass lines, heavy insistent drums and mesmorising sound effects. With a Phase Fatale remix bringing a brooding and menacing darkness to any dance floor. The Force Mix of ‘The Crush’, harks back to the original power, energy and simplicity of Fixmer/Mccarthy’s debut album ‘Between The Devil’ back in 2004.
Effectively banging, craftily executed EBM Techno EP.
With the new Force EP Terence Fixmer follows up on 2016’s Beneath The Skin EP (O-TON 97), offering four stylistically different but congenial Techno scenarios for club use.
There’s few names that have left their mark on electronic music throughout time like Terence Fixmer did. The French producer has been releasing music since 1993 and by combining the aesthetics of EBM, Electro and Industrial music with the rhythmics of Techno, Fixmer coined and occupied his very own musical niche as a producer and live act.
The eighth release on Jealous God comes with three heavy EBM tracks by Terence Fixmer.
Following Leitmotiv, the debut album of Puresque, Tresor Records present a set of remixes of the album’s main titles.
Enrolled on remix duties are The Black Dog, Cari Lekebusch, Terence Fixmer and Petar Dundov.
Physical and dark techno with a dark and experimental depth from Terence Fixmer on Electric Deluxe, plus a ravey Marcel Dettmann interpretation combined with a subtle modulation of Detroit Techno.
M_Rec Ltd presents two original tracks by Giorgio Gigli and a remix from Terence Fixmer. Together, their approach creates something special and unique. In its original track Giorgio Gigli delivers the best of its hypnotic and psychedelic techno. A great atmosphere, where the ambient pads meet the dark bass sound. The side closes with an ambient session; a drone of pure electronic,dark synth, making the idea of the state of mind of his own individual unconscious. Terence Fixmer’s version is decidedly more rough, stripped of certain atmospheres, highlighting a more hypnotic and repetitive attitude.
Electric Deluxe is proud to announce the release of Comedy of Menace by Terence Fixmer, as the first artist album on the label since its launch in late 2008. As a first glimpse on the upcoming Album Electric Deluxe will release the EP “Comedy of Menace Part 1”. The Vinyl of the EP includes two original album tracks and a hypnotizing Planetary Assault Systems Remix.
Remixes by Terence Fixmer, Gesaffelstein, Blackstrobe and The Penelopes.