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Old 03-07-2016, 05:01 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Ec8or—World Beaters (1998)

I bought this album when it was new and I hated it—mostly because I hated the fact that the singer sounded like a little girl. Revisiting it almost two decades later, her voice is actually one of the selling points for me—it adds an extra little dash of craziness to an album that already feels like a passenger train about to fly off the rails. This is digital hardcore on Alec Empire's DHC label, but for electronic music this shit's closest musical cousin certainly seems like it would be Crass.



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Old 03-07-2016, 08:07 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Nasenbluten—100% No Soul Guaranteed (1995)

This is truly a great stress relieving album by a very appropriately named band—absolutely pummeling music that manages to come off as extremely aggressive while also clearly keeping tongue firmly in cheek. I love the way these guys use samples. For one thing, they're often pretty humorous, but the other impressive thing is the way chop them up an turn them into part of the beat a lot of the time.

I don't what else to say, just listen:

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Hellfish—One Man Sonic Attack Force (2005)

The first track on this album "U Don't Quit" is a muscular, aggressive slab of a beat built under Ice-T's vocals from the 1985 single "Ya Don't Quit"—a fittingly macho kickoff to this testosterone-fueled album. The rest of the album is largely vocal-free, but no less brawny. It should be said though, that "brawny" doesn't mean "predictable". This album is like taking a shiny, black muscle car—the kind with a big fat blower sticking out of the hood—and forcing it through some sort of transdimensional anomaly that reassembles it in a way that difficult wrap one's mind around in the three-dimensional world.



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Eraplee Noisewall Orch - Osho?
The Nam Shub Of Enki meets Kiki ill - The Pursuit of Seizure
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I'm sure everyone knows about Venetian Snares by now, but when I look around the internet it seems like his early work almost never gets the attention it deserves. His more recent stuff in the past 10 years or so has all been great, but back around the early 2000s he went through a phase of making some really dark and abrasive ****, even by his standards.



The drums aren't nearly as complex, but the synths and the samples, man.
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Old 03-31-2016, 10:42 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I'm sure everyone knows about Venetian Snares by now, but when I look around the internet it seems like his early work almost never gets the attention it deserves. His more recent stuff in the past 10 years or so has all been great, but back around the early 2000s he went through a phase of making some really dark and abrasive ****, even by his standards.



The drums aren't nearly as complex, but the synths and the samples, man.
Nice! I'm familiar with Venetian Snares but not this track. Good stuff!
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Big Freedia—Just Be Free (2014)

This is only a little fast but it sure as hell is hard and out of control. Sexy and confrontational, Big Freedia attacks every phrase in every track like it's a battle cry, voice layered so that she is perpetually interrupting herself. The beats are simple, the raps are simple, but the overall effect is kinetic and stroke-inducing.

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Wait, lolicore? Is that electronica for pedophiles?
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