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STREAM DEMDIKE STARE MAN MILES’S FAINT HEARTED
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Stream: The Body "Ebb and Flow of Tides in a Sea of Ash"

Pharmakon / Crawling On Bruised Knees

#pharmakon #noise #sacred bones #black

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Pharmakon / Live at Red Light District 2011

#noise #black #heavy #pharmakon

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RA365 Dadub mix
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Blowing Up The Workshop - Lussuria    stream / download
Serie Di Colori Senza Emozioni
'All compositions were created with excerpts of the recordings listed below used as source material. Manipulated to varying degrees to what is presented here. Headphones are strongly recommended.'
I - Love Will Survive Death
∘ Ende - Gift∘ Franco Piana - Door to Silence∘ Runes Order - The Hopeless Days ∘ Progetto Morte - New Day
II - Senseless Without Sight
∘ Crawl Unit - Proprietary Acoustics ∘ Omei - A Single Sickened Cell ∘ Prurient - The History of AIDS ∘ Vetrophonia - Simultannost
III - Serie Di Colori Senza Emonzioni
∘ Aenima - Revolutions∘ Beherit - Electric Doom Synthesis ∘ Carlo Maria Cordio - Absurd∘ Sutcliffe Jugend - When Pornography is No Longer Enough
IV - Tesoro Autunno
∘ Alberich - Turned Back ∘ Birds of Tin - Votive ∘ Sanctum - Lupus in Fabula∘ Skin Crime - Eyestrain
V - Death Will Survive Love
∘ Coil - The Angelic Conversation∘ Dead Can Dance - Within the Realm of A Dying Sun∘ Maeror Tri - Myein ∘ Mlehst - La Main Bandee & Tied Up To A Man

Blowing Up The Workshop - Lussuria    stream / download

Serie Di Colori Senza Emozioni

'All compositions were created with excerpts of the recordings listed below used as source material. Manipulated to varying degrees to what is presented here. Headphones are strongly recommended.'

I - Love Will Survive Death

∘ Ende - Gift
∘ Franco Piana - Door to Silence
∘ Runes Order - The Hopeless Days 
∘ Progetto Morte - New Day

II - Senseless Without Sight

∘ Crawl Unit - Proprietary Acoustics 
∘ Omei - A Single Sickened Cell 
∘ Prurient - The History of AIDS 
∘ Vetrophonia - Simultannost

III - Serie Di Colori Senza Emonzioni

∘ Aenima - Revolutions
∘ Beherit - Electric Doom Synthesis 
∘ Carlo Maria Cordio - Absurd
∘ Sutcliffe Jugend - When Pornography is No Longer Enough

IV - Tesoro Autunno

∘ Alberich - Turned Back 
∘ Birds of Tin - Votive 
∘ Sanctum - Lupus in Fabula
∘ Skin Crime - Eyestrain

V - Death Will Survive Love

∘ Coil - The Angelic Conversation
∘ Dead Can Dance - Within the Realm of A Dying Sun
∘ Maeror Tri - Myein 
∘ Mlehst - La Main Bandee & Tied Up To A Man
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Demdike Stare - The Weight of Culture

#demdike stare #Modern Love

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YO! Goth in tha club!
I was frantically running around the room this morning trying to find a pithy quote or bizarre monologue, only to keep tripping over my feet (potential failure allegory) before an email notification sent me scrambling to my computer. Had the Pope choked? Someone do a thing that I could use language to suggest that it was another thing done in a humorous way? In fact it was Tamara Sky, sending me a link to her latest mixtape. In my article covering the rise of EBM in the non-specific ‘dark’ scene that exists somewhat outside the more longtime ones, I’d mentioned LIL DEATH and their skillful blend of clubby bass, witchy weirdness, and industrial-dance. This mix is a perfect example of that ideology, effortlessly linking Mr. Oizo to Blvck Ceiling to Xmal Deutschland and Dimmu Borgir. Few recent files (outside of Kahn’s smouldering new cut, perhaps) are making my move my body the way this one does.
There were quite a few topics and artists I’d like to have covered in that culture piece that I just didn’t have room to, one being this outsider scenes’ embrace and incorporation of hip-hop—particularly in SALEM and White Ring but also including newer acts like Mothman and Valhall, whose latest edit is a mashup of their haunting “Reaping Time Finally” with Waka’s viciously screamed chorus on J-Lie’s “Throwin’ Money”. It’s probably the best thing since Sisters of Mercy toured with Public Enemy, and without the chore of having to listen to Andrew Eldritch talk. The Carpenter-esque synths combined with bellowed braggadocio fit perfectly together, making me wonder when rolling 808s are going to be overtaken by CS-80s.
CLICK HERE TO READ MORE / soundtrack featuring Bestial Mouths, Mater Suspiria Vision, butterclock, Total Freedom + others

blackblackgold:

YO! Goth in tha club!

I was frantically running around the room this morning trying to find a pithy quote or bizarre monologue, only to keep tripping over my feet (potential failure allegory) before an email notification sent me scrambling to my computer. Had the Pope choked? Someone do a thing that I could use language to suggest that it was another thing done in a humorous way? In fact it was Tamara Sky, sending me a link to her latest mixtape. In my article covering the rise of EBM in the non-specific ‘dark’ scene that exists somewhat outside the more longtime ones, I’d mentioned LIL DEATH and their skillful blend of clubby bass, witchy weirdness, and industrial-dance. This mix is a perfect example of that ideology, effortlessly linking Mr. Oizo to Blvck Ceiling to Xmal Deutschland and Dimmu Borgir. Few recent files (outside of Kahn’s smouldering new cut, perhaps) are making my move my body the way this one does.

There were quite a few topics and artists I’d like to have covered in that culture piece that I just didn’t have room to, one being this outsider scenes’ embrace and incorporation of hip-hop—particularly in SALEM and White Ring but also including newer acts like Mothman and Valhall, whose latest edit is a mashup of their haunting “Reaping Time Finally” with Waka’s viciously screamed chorus on J-Lie’s “Throwin’ Money”. It’s probably the best thing since Sisters of Mercy toured with Public Enemy, and without the chore of having to listen to Andrew Eldritch talk. The Carpenter-esque synths combined with bellowed braggadocio fit perfectly together, making me wonder when rolling 808s are going to be overtaken by CS-80s.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE / soundtrack featuring Bestial Mouths, Mater Suspiria Vision, butterclock, Total Freedom + others

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We’re bringing House of LaDosha and a selection of fantastic DJs to Berlin for a night of dragged dreams / RSVP

blackblackgold:

We’re bringing House of LaDosha and a selection of fantastic DJs to Berlin for a night of dragged dreams / RSVP

#house of ladosha #berlin #unreal

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