Two bass guitars played through a ton of stompboxes and finally rooted right through some hand-picked vintage amps.
The wall-shattering drones, delivered by this german duo are an earcandy for afficionados of bands like SUNN0))), Ben Frost and so on & gear whorsippers at the same time.
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The Istanbul based beatmaker / vocalist Biblo creates some of the most spirit-haunting dubs you can imagine. Dark, melancholic and raw at the same time.
Her live performances are club-rooted masses filigreeded with a profound understanding of the meditative power of sub sonics.
DaFake Panda is a producer, multi-instrumentalist, sound-designer and free-jazz drummer from Paris, France whose experimental & dadaistic approach to genres such as dubstep & breakcore made his 2013 album “Sociopath” standout.
A furious postrock band from France that enlighted us with their music and broke our hearts when the announced their split.
But still we’re flabbergasted for having the honour to release their latest (and last) album “Inlandsis”.
The mad professor of handcrated beats n bleeps.
Visitors of the Maschinenfest 2014 will have noticed that new blood is flowing. We keep keep our fingers crossed since it’s already 6 long years sind “The digital Anatomist Project”
Beatmaker / producer with humor and skills are hard to find. Rumours were a float that the man, hiding behind the alias of Pechuga de Pollodiabolo escaped the streets of Ciudad de Juarez at a young age…
A four piece band from the Ruhrarea in Germany highly dedicated to the “Fuck you” – attitude of Punk Rock without giving in to its musical contentment. Shadows of alt-rock, industrial, postrock and what not.
Try to catch them live to find out what it feels like…
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The german postrock / posthardcore outfit has become one of the more talked-about bands in a genre that’s actually hard to get a grip on.
Their latest album “Some are born into the endless night” is a deversified and utterly dark shimmering piece of music that climbed up into several “Best of” lists by the end of 2014.