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Dark sounds have been brewing down in San Diego… the mysterious duo known as Dimeuhduzen have broken into the scene with influences from the infamous Bromance and Motorik labels, producing hard pounding techno fit for the warehouse. Their latest Nu Heirs EP just landed a release on the French based Police Records, featuring 3 tracks with a sinister appeal. The noise hasn’t gone unheard, already gaining early support from the likes of Brodinski, Canblaster, Sound Of Stereo, Designer Drugs, and more. Take my word for it – if you like Gesaffelstein, Boys Noize or Proxy, then you’ll be ALL OVER these tracks.

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For the past 6 months, The Overthrow Collective and I have been performing this sort of experimental party in Downtown LA called Lil Death.  The project is essentially a weekly event centered around a very specific tech-noir sound that we like to call “Gotham Wave.”  To tantalize your curiosity, I’ve just released version 2.0 of our Lil Death mix series with influences of post-punk, industrial, french techno, and witch house.
Lil Death’s slogans “Long Live the new Flesh” draws it’s inspirations from the post-physical reality that we get closer to ever day. This eclectic mix is electronic and organic sound is an homage to the ever wavering struggle we have with totally accepting this new prosthetic digital nervous system that has begin to connect us all.

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After two wicked EP’s, Hippos in Tanks heavy hitting EBM artist, White Car, finally came out with their anticipated full-length debut album called Everyday Grace.  Hailing from Chicago, Elon Katz (White Car’s primary member) comes from a new breed of emerging artists that are very well shaping the future of electronic music by looking back at influences of the Italo-Disco, Industrial & 80′s retro experimental sounds that have been missing since that decade.   Continue Reading