out now: Electric Breathing – Sounds Of Psychosis [Twisted Flesh Recordings]

Electric Breathing

Sounds Of Psychosis

Twisted Flesh Recordings

TFR 003 D

Release Date:
1st April 2011


01. Chaos
02. Killer Instinct
03. Zerfall
04. Dead Body Erection
05. Death Machine
06. Guilty
07. Possession
08. Psychotic
09. Dead And Buried (featuring Project Rotten)
10. Go To Hell
11. The World Collapses

Info :
Electric Breathing was founded 2006 by Defcon One…

The music is settled between hellelectro and aggrotech…

Inspired by aggression and hatred it’s really aggrotech!..

Fast beats,aggressive synths, banging bases,rattling snares and very aggressive screaming singing with texts about misanthrophy, religion and perversities playing with irony and provocation, the lyrics are unique and not that kind, you may think reading the titles…

An audio apocalypse extraordinary, you can rarely experience…

2007 Ursus joined as live-support…

On stage, Electric Breathing abstains completly from using distortion, what makes the music even more expressive. Defon Ones live performance, expressing pure agressivity in dance, animate the audience to dance…


“Killer Instinct”


“Dead Body Erection”

“Death Machine”




“Dead And Buried” (featuring Project Rotten)

“Go To Hell”

“The World Collapses”

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out now: Planetary Assault Systems – Deep Heet Vol. 2

Planetary Assault Systems

Deep Heet Vol. 2



Release Date:
14th March 2011

12inch & digital

01 Sucktion
02 Pow Wow
03 Raid

Having surprised everybody but themselves last time out with the Drained EP by Shifted, Luke Slater’s Mote-Evolver is now ready to drop the gears and put the pedal firmly to the metal with the second installment of Luke’s Planetary Assault Systems “Deep Heet” Series.

Volume 1 of Planetary Assault Systems “Deep Heet”, released in March 2006, signaled the return of Planetary Assault Systems after a 5-year hiatus. The release of this second volume, exactly 5 years later to the day, marks the culmination of Slater’s Planetary Assault Systems tour that began in 2009 with the release of the “Temporary Suspension” album on Berlin label Ostgut Ton.

Comprising three state-of-the-art expeditions into deep space techno, Deep Heet Vol. 2 takes techno back to its primitive roots, adding details inspired by yet-tobe-explored points in the galaxy; only visible from Slater’s Spacestation Ø UK studio.

Sucktion opens the EP in glorious style. The basis being a powerfully hypnotic groove, the track evolves steadily, drawing the listener in completely before revealing its subtle, beautifully powerful, harmonic breakdown.

Mechanical and tense, Pow Wow combines the sonic dynamism of hollow reverberating rhythms with oscillating melodic loops which together create a tightly woven groove that ultimately implodes into a shrill explosion of frequencies

Raid closes out the EP with its shimmering minimalism crafting a calm contrast to the rest of the EP. Pulsing melodies and echoing chimes attract the focus while a heavy flat kick and spurts of firing hats add the necessary dancefloor momentum.


“Pow Wow”


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[Photo Gallery]: Daniel Miller awarded by Music Producers Guild

At the beginning of February, Daniel Miller, founder of Mute Records, was awarded for his “outstanding contributions to UK Music” by the Music Producers Guild. It was given over by Alison Goldfrapp of the band Goldfrapp. MPG was so kind to send us some pictures of that evening. Thanks a lot.

Small note:
Mister Miller together with former novamute a&r Seth Hodder will be djing at Golden Pudel Club in Hamburg on this Friday (25th February).

MPG Awards 2011 Pic 01

© / Photo by Grace Lightman

MPG Awards 2011 Pic 02

© / Photo by Grace Lightman

MPG Awards 2011 Pic 03

© / Photo by Grace Lightman

MPG Awards 2011 Pic 04

© / Photo by Grace Lightman

MPG Awards 2011 Pic 05

© / Photo by Rosie Levine

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© / Photo by Rosie Levine

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© / Photo by Tom Bunning

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© / Photo by Tom Bunning

out now: Surge & Subside – a compilation to help the victims of the flood in Queensland, Australia


Surge & Subside

Aphotic Audio


Release Date:
25th February 2011

2xCD plus bonus downloads & digitial

01. Sensory Gate – Ianus
02. Angelspit – Cold Hard Cash
03. Empty – Drift (Ginger Snap5 Remix)
04. Bound In Oblivion – Pain & Suffering
05. Psyche – The Beyond (Live – Flood Relief Edition)
06. Streak – Groovy Booty
07. Diverje – Suffer-control.org v2
08. Dismantled – Dead on Impact
09. Lucidstatic – Operating Directive
10. Mangadrive – 67 Gemini Starglider
11. NVEiN – All So Wired
12. Skrew- Universal Immolation
13. Tempest & The Diaspora – IO
14. Viral Millennium – Vomitosis
15. in-FUSED – Misplaced (iammynewt e-RAGE Mix)
16. Maximum Sexy Pigeon – Tunguska! (Water Retentive Mix)
17. P45K – Adrift
18. Assemblage 23 – Raw
19. I, Parasite – A Violence At Rest
20. Android Lust – God in the Hole
21. Soulchasm – My Facade (Empty Remix)
22. Autoclav1.1 – Waxing
23. Anhedonia – Rain
24. Motion Fused – Reflection Of Madness (Extended)
25. Angeltheory – The Wind
26. Headdreamer – Colder
27. Collide – Ocean
28. M(i)lkrun – Lard Ram
29. Dark Territory – Trista Me (Angeltheory Mantra Mix)
30. iammynewt – itHURTS
31. Flood of Rain – Grey Sky
32. Blast Radius – To Find Them Frozen
33. Sensory Gate – Purgatory (Marco Zanza Devoted Mix)
34. Empty – This Regret (Redux)
35. P45K – Before Dawn
36. Blast Radius – Sight Unseen
37. P45K – What Have I Done
38. Tempest & The Diaspora – Jasmine
39. iammynewt – Egor (Version 2.0 – Skullduggery Remix)
40. Disharmony – Evolution
41. Betty X – Shoot’em Up (Fury Road Mix)

Info :
Flood victims receive global surge of support from musicians

As the cost of recovery efforts in Queensland steadily rise, support from Australia’s diverse music community continues to pour in. Sydney-based electronic / industrial label Aphotic Audio have today released a Flood Appeal compilation, Surge & Subside as a double album.

All proceeds from the album are being donated to help those affected by the current flood crisis in Queensland. The album showcases an impressive line-up of Australian and international acts, including Angelspit, Assemblage 23, Dismantled, and Empty.

Aphotic Audio were inspired to compile the benefit album after learning first-hand of the extent of the damage across the state and the devastation felt by flood victims.

The album has attracted overwhelming support from electronic and industrial artists worldwide. Every artist featured on Surge & Subside contributed their music royaltyfree, with encouragement and compassion.

Aphotic Audio co-founder and director Daniel Brunet explains “within a week we had some of the best artists donating multiple songs for this release. I was blown away by the readiness of so many people really wanting to help out.”

The label is friend to Ken Evans of the band Tycho Brahe, whose house and studio in Brisbane was severely damaged in the floods.

The album, says Ken Evans, “speaks of the generosity of my fellow musicians. I am humbled by the line-up of artists involved, who have given their time and creativity, and I’m truly grateful to them and to the people who purchase the album.”

Surge & Subside is expected to enjoy great appreciation among fans, and generate farreaching support. Aphotic Audio aims to assist the hundreds of thousands of people attempting the unimaginable challenge of rebuilding their lives in the floodwaters’ wake.

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support: Bring Depeche Mode’s first single “Dreaming of me” back into the charts

To celebrate 30 years of Depeche Mode, their fans worldwide try to bring Depeche Mode’s first single “Dreaming Of Me” back into the charts. Come on and support them!

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