Dark, synergistic beats assimilate listeners to a fusion of electro industrial and touches of futurepop. Tune in as DJ Electroslut meshes Headscan with Icon of Coil, Syrian with De/Vision and Distorted Reality with Helalyn Flowers. A euphoric journey awaits you in Heavy Rotation #6!
DJ Neska is also not one to use a lot of unneeded words and she dives right into her list today. (more…)
Various Artists â€“ Electronic Saviors Volume II Recurrence
Release Date: May 8, 2012
Label: Metropolis Records
Review by: DeVico
Jim Semonik is back with the second compilation installment of Electronic Saviors and this time, the ceiling has been lifted to become an even huger and massive compilation. With proceeds going to at least two charities: Gilda’s Club/Cancer Support Community and The Bone Marrow Foundation you get the chance to help others and build your music library. ES Volume 1 was a sold out product on Metropolis Records and with good fortune, I am hoping they have the same scenario with ES Volume 2. The premium edition of ES 2 comes with six CD’s and two digital discs. This compilation clocks at 142 tracks with over 10 hours of play. Seriously, this is a juggernaut of music. (more…)
Digital Glitch #22
Aired: November 22, 2011
Hell Yeah back on the mic with Episode 22! I wonder if I should look at the fact that episode 22 was on day 22? No matter! This music is sure to make you butt dance in your chair! New tracks from Ivardensphere, XP8 and FGFC820. This Tuesday was also the birthday for Matt from Caustic! So there is a nice 5 track tribute to him in the middle of my set here! So download this set and have it ready for you to keep yourself awake after all that turkey. Or better yet throw this set in your MP3 player and go wreck the malls with Black Friday Destruction and Noise! For whatever use you come up with, enjoy and play it loud!
Caustic â€“ Douche Ex Machina
Release Date: August 23rd, 2011
Review by: Tiffany Angeney
Matt Fanale has never been one to settle for just one thing. Like a kid in an ice cream shop, his eyes get all big when considering artists to work with. Somewhat controversial (his lyrics are generally considered shocking, if humorous) his career as a musician began in 2002 when he started Caustic (the band name being the only suggestion his then girlfriend, now wife, liked) and he enjoys bringing in other musicians to collaborate and perform live with. Over the past nine years, he has released eight albums and EPs on Crunch Pod, independently himself and now on Metropolis Records. His latest album, The Golden Vagina of Fame and Profit, was even the top seller on Metropolis Mail Order for a time this past spring. But now, having gotten beyond the kid in the ice cream shop salivating, Matt Fanale chose twenty-two artist to rework some of his songs for the digital only release Douche Ex Machina remix album. (more…)