Tonight we dine in HELL…with two hours of mingled tunes that will make your BOOTY bounce and your EARS bleed! DJ Electroslut curates blocks of mind blowing music including new Kant Kino, Controlled Collapse and Dark Control Operation – Faithless mixed with Robtiko Rejekto, de_tot_coR, God Module, Panic Lift, Grausame Toechter, Prometheus Burning and much more!!! Say your prayers and fasten your seat belts….it’s Heavy Rotation # 7!
Digital Glitch #73
So its a new month and that means a NEW Glitch Pick of the Month along with all the amazing new tracks you always hear on Digital Glitch! So the warmer weather is FINALLY starting to come the hell out from behind all this winter BS! SO lets open the windows and crank out some NEW tunes from Wumpscut, Snog, Alter Der Ruine, ESC and Cygnosic! So it is time to embrace the warmth and start sharing the music with all our neighbors as we open are windows and patio doors and roll down the windows in our cars! Share the MUSIC, let the masses KNOW of DJ GlitchMode and his good word. His good word is the “RADIO SUCKS”, download and hear what the mass media doesn’t want you to hear! Digital Glitch Episode 73 is loose, GET IT NOW!
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We are now up to the 65th episode of Altered Beats Radio, and again 5arah brings a mix of new and classic. This time with tracks from Download, Vomito Negro, Youth Code, Ad Inferna & more!
Digital Glitch is back and ready to make 2012 it’s bitch in ways that would make even a Dominatrix blush. So to come back with an extra big bang I have come up with a special for you listeners out there that keep up with this show. I have put together a best of 2011 albums A to Z. Now before I even figured to do this, I had no idea the amount of new albums that came out in 2011. But then again I never tried something like this before. So I picked the ones that really stood out in my mind. And with making this I came up with about 6+ hours. This Episode #26 is only the first 2 hours and we only get to letter D! So tune in and be ready to wreck your speakers and piss off your neighbors with some of the best shit that came out in 2011!
Digital Glitch #23
Aired: November 29, 2011
Time for Episode 23! Put away the turkey leftovers and crank up the speakers because it is time to make some noise and piss off those in the surrounding area. You have to listen in and hear how I have a small Twilight rant on the new movie. Hear about the upcoming Cyber Genetic Winter Festival! I crack open and let you hear some BRAND new Phosgore, Fabikc, UCNX and Skold! Definitely a great mess of music to get you started for those last couple weeks of sadomasochist Christmas shopping! So get yourself a cup of “special” eggnog and get moving with Digital Glitch #23!
This week AMAZING OONTZ from Hocico, De_Tot_Cor, Terrorgazm, and more.
J and Christina discuss the new video from Santa Hates You recently released called Raise the Devil which Christina compares to the show American Horror Story. We are bringing back the Bring the Oontz! so look for the official rules on coma-online.com on submit your music!
De_Tot_Cor – Dead Heart EP
Released: October 26, 2010
Label: Vendetta Music
Review by: Dawne Flanagan
De_Tot_Cor, hailing from Barcelona, Spain, have garnered club fame with their single â€œStrawberry Panicâ€ which had previously been released on compilations such as Endzeit Bunkertracks III in 2007.Â In November 2010, the duo released the EP Dead Heart that not only includes the well-known track, but also five new tracks along with 5 remixes.Â Dead Heart precedes a full-length album, which the act has stated on their blog will be released this year.
The EP is really quite seamless.Â The many times Iâ€™ve listened to it in an attempt to derive something specific and insightful about the individual songs, Iâ€™ve ended up lost in my own thoughts and wondering if I was still listening to one track.Â The use of similar synth sounds, which remind me of the well-known Grendel remake of Kernkraftâ€™s â€œZombie Nationâ€, act as a base for each of the songs, making it feel as though I was listening to one very long song. (more…)