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Old 02-26-2016, 06:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Hard, Fast & Out of Control: Electronic Edition

Gabber, Speedcore, Digital Hardcore, Breakcore, Cybergrind, Lolicore, Mashcore, etc., etc.—this thread is dedicated to electronic music made for the high-energy/short attention-span set. I had a more general, non-electronic music-specific thread about this kind of thing once, but I love shit like this and have been listening to a lot of it lately so here you go. I'm going to be posting various releases I'm into and would love to see what other people are into as well.
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Up first: Delta 9—Hate Tank (1995). There's just enough Ministry in here to let you know this guy's from Chicago, just enough Atari Teenage Riot to let you know this is the mid-90s, and just enough dub (really just a hint of it) to let you know this guy smokes a lot of weed. The result is a short, intense album that's great for driving, driving fast, driving really fast, driving other cars off the road, and staying up all night.

Here's one track:

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Trying to rep Xanopticon whenever I can.
Completely unique take on breakcore or whatever.
Deliciously chaotic.

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Trying to rep Xanopticon whenever I can.
Completely unique take on breakcore or whatever.
Deliciously chaotic.

Aye, that's a great album. I'm a big fan of The Silver Key EP as well.
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Aye, that's a great album. I'm a big fan of The Silver Key EP as well.
Haven't listened to that one in years. Always go for Liminal Space. Will have to re-check it out.

This one is cheating, since it's played on drums and a keyboard and is therefore not really electronic. It sounds kinda electronic though, so whatever.

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Haven't listened to that one in years. Always go for Liminal Space. Will have to re-check it out.

This one is cheating, since it's played on drums and a keyboard and is therefore not really electronic. It sounds kinda electronic though, so whatever.

Aw yeah! I saw those guys open for Secret Chiefs 3 a few years ago and they were amazing. Amazing chemistry between the two of them. I'm always impressed when a band communicates 100% in a language the audience by-and-large doesn't speak yet still manages to hold the crowd in the palm of their hand.
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FFF—20.000 Hardcore Members Can't Be Wrong (2011)
This album isn't as aggressive as the last album I posted in here but it still manages some sensory overload. For one thing, it's two and a half hours long spread out over two discs. Disc one is the FFF album proper—all skittering beats, reggae samples and NES aesthetics. Disc two is filled with remixes of disc one, done by a bunch of gabber/hardcore/breakcore types—pretty great stuff, generally more noisy and crazy than the first disc.

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And here's one of the remixed tracks:

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Duran Duran Duran—Very Pleasure (2004)

With a name like that and and album cover like this, what's not to like? The fact that he's from the same city as me is yet another reason for me to give him the nod. Not the fastest music in this thread but certainly the messiest so far, and as you might guess, it's all with a pretty humorous tone. Overdriven breakcore collides here with Ace of Base samples, rainy day piano, ragga, slurpy sex noises, broken 80s synths, broken 90s synths, Slayer riffs and piledriver beats. It's a short album, barely longer than an EP, but it's consistently fun to listen to.

For your pleasure, "Manrammer":

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Probably not as f**ked up as you want here and you may have heard these before but this a great track from a great album:
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Probably not as f**ked up as you want here and you may have heard these before but this a great track from a great album:
Nice! I've never heard of them before. I dig the inclusion of live drums.
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