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whats cooking folks! back again with some banging new stuff from all around the globe…

Kicking off with this extremely heavy cut by HELENA HAUFF & F#X as BLACK SITES, what an absolutely awesome tune, love the weird distorted percussion on it!

BARNT – Born in the 70s, kid of the 90s When his classmates were into Grunge, he was exploring Techno, when the same classmates discovered Techno, he was already taking a closer look into Hip Hop (battling in the nationwide DMC and ITF championships), when everyone went to Berlin to celebrate Minimal, he was being on a trip back in time to inhale early German electronic and rock music – attracted by the main oppositional poles of this era: accuracy and free rein. Mainly these biographical key points and his (now over two decades spanning) DJ experience are the base for his formula of pathos, calculated dilettantism and dance floor functionality that characterize all his productions. Take the infamous “Geffen” or his earlier work with Cologne Tape on the EP “Render”, the first release on his own conceptual imprint Magazine, that he co-runs with Crato and Jens-Uwe Beyer. “Render” and his debut solo EP “What Is A Number, That A Man May Know It?” became instant underground hits in 2010 and the records are precious collector’s items ever since. Here’s a slice of his new work. Deep techno:

whats better than a new cut by RSS B0YS online? NUTHIN I TELL YA! beatless but immensely creepy, this is a new one by those mystery cats:

pre order their new CASSETTE TAPE here or forever fall behind on real authentic techno..

Speaking of which, that other duo of dark malevolent techno, Hamburgs FALLBEIL have also dropped a bunch of new stuff online!

When the Skull Defekts entered the studio in the Spring of 2013 with nothing more than a collection of loosely organized riffs, they set out to record their most extreme, challenging rock record. Much to the band’s surprise, what emerged were their most incessantly listenable, approachable songs to date. The Defekts merge the coarse vitality of punk with the ritualism of folk dances to create music that is addictive, wondrously discordant, and rooted in a belief in the overwhelming power of pure sound. Dances in Dreams of the Known Unknown is the Swedish group’s third release as a quintet, with the legendary Daniel Higgs joining Joachim Nordwall and Daniel Fagerstroem on vocal duties and acting as the group’s spiritual ringleader. The Defekts have long acted as the backbone of the Swedish experimental underground, but since their 2011 breakthrough Peer Amid, the group has emerged at the vanguard of a new wave of radical Scandinavian rock music alongside Iceage and the Posh Isolation label.

another dark jam by the lord of the synths.. LEGOWELT as well:

get your jack on with this new HASHMAN DEEJAY/MAX D collab!

and I’ll leave you with the twisted dark antirave of the great RZONE label! they are getting ready to drop RZONE14, another killer record with three weirded out rave songs for early morning ketamine drives along that Ibiza shore when you cant remember your own name..

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