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WLFGRL+: Machine Girl

This is music when you are programming an open source project. This is music when the kids of your white trash neighbors jump from the closet again until the dust trickles from your ceiling. This is music for the human extinsion mood, when millions of people die from a virus. This is music when a musician from new york remixes cheap b-movie hentai and electronic chip jungle hardcore. This is music for your stream playlist if there were no DMCA strikes. This is one of Machine Girl’s more interesting albums along with The Ugly Art.

WLFGRL+: Machine Girl

UNIQUE: 鬱P | Utsu-P

The album UNIQUE by 鬱P | Utsu-P has been playing at least once a day for me for a few weeks now and I love it. Until now, I had not yet dealt so strongly with volcaloid and metal, so I had to get used to this new genre. 鬱P | Utsu-P is a really outstanding and interesting musician/artist, who causes so many culture Klashes with his albums, that I always enjoy the many small details of his music pieces. What I still have to point out positively are the socially critical lyrics and music videos that Utsu-P works out with other great artists. The metal parts meet exactly my taste, when a e.g. chorus is reproduced with a powerful voice. My definite favorite tracks from the album UNIQUE are Ogre feat. 初音ミク V4X, ユニークパレード / Unique Parade feat. 初音ミク, ぬる feat. 初音ミク and PEE PEE PRINCESS feat. 可不.

UNIQUE: 鬱P | Utsu-P

Years Of The Serpent: Faderhead

In the 2000’s I was out in discos almost every weekend, mostly until the early morning. My music taste at that time was gothic, industrial, EBM and noise. Actually everything you can assign to the black scene in Germany. One musician you could dance to for hours was Faderhead from Hamburg. His catchy beats and lyrics can also be found on his new album. It’s nice to hear when an artist is still around even though I haven’t heard him in at least 10 years. The album ties in with previous work, but in some places it’s a lot calmer. You can tell that Faderhead is also getting a little quieter and older, which I personally don’t think is a bad thing. There are still the arrogant and confident lyrics and my favorite tracks are To dead for life, You cant sit with us and The hope that kills you, which reflect my current mood pretty well.

Years Of The Serpent: Faderhead

MBS001: Mad Breaks

Internetmusic for Internetppl. Skull, Glitch and Shitcore. Break Beats. J-Voices. Gabber. Driftcore. Noise. Anime. Rave. Sounds. Samples. This is the new new new new internetmusic musican from Mexico so far. $1 for 24 Tracks. Best track name Sad in Akihabara - Do you like Neon Genesis Evangelion because u are a fake depressed or because u are stupid?

MBS001: Mad Breaks

kOsmik: Violet Cold

Until shortly after the album I thought that this is finally an interesting black metal band. Long tracks with interesting story telling and electronic sounds. Not the classic BM, with dead bludgeoned drums and long deep voice. I had a closer look at the website and it says “Violet Cold is an experimental AI simulated music project”. These are no humans, no band playing and singing. So good. I didn’t notice the difference and ask myself how long we still need musicians if a programmer can do it alone.

kOsmik: Violet Cold

Father, please forgive my sins V​​​/​​​A - PART V: V/A

Today I had a really exhausting day and needed relaxing music. With this Hardbase, Noise album from Bristol I don’t want an intellectual challenge, I want music to blast the negative vibes out of my brain. Dull, monotonous and without a qualitative claim. Bang, bang, bang, bang. Repetitive base of a really (dis)exciting album. This is bang your partner music. Bang, bang, bang, bang.

Father, please forgive my sins V​​​/​​​A - PART V: V/A

Antares - Angles EP: Locked Up Music

Very Nice sand short 4Track EP, with athmospheric breakbeats, space jungle and vispering spoken samples. This EP is suitable for the return journey on the motorway after a long weekend. No exhausting musical experiments, just well-crafted music. I am always surprised how much good electronic music comes out of the UK and will check out the other albums in the next few days.

Antares - Angles EP: Locked Up Music

The Burden of Restlessness: King Buffalo

What a great rock album. The band takes its cue from soft psychedelic sounds and puts them into great thoughtful and knoziped tracks. At the same time, the singer’s voice is so well smoky and fitting and even manages not to push itself into the foreground of the band. All are professional musicians and you notice the experience of the trio. The psychedelic is fortunately not intrusive and disturbing, but underlines the sprit of the album. And. The album cover is great. The cover is available as a shirt design but unfortunately only in two colours. I would have liked to have the cover without the writing and the album title as a proportionally adjusted upright design.

The Burden of Restlessness: King Buffalo

Helltaker Soundtrack: Mittsies

I downloaded the computer game Helltaker and then saw that it was released as a soundtrack. Catchy and very commercial electronic music. If there is a term computer game music, you can include the Helltaker album by Mittsies. Sometimes a little psy trance is mixed in with the tracks, which fits very well. By the way, I also recommend the Helltaker game.

Helltaker Soundtrack: Mittsies

SYM: Zef

This is a really good chip-tune album for the first time in a long time. Unfortunately a bit too short, but that doesn’t make it worse. On the contrary. The tracks are fast, sometimes even with classic game samples and hard beat drops. Zef has a super good feel for a story that accompanies the listener through the album. No track sounds out of place or lazy and everything is harmoniously nested within each other. The price for this EP is justified and not a bit too high.

SYM: Zef

ARENA: Pixel Grip

Dark wave pop EMB and more subs from Chicago. Very many influences from other genres and really hard to classify. Even after watching the Demon Chaser video with hard cyber vibes I had more questions than answers. This is a band I definitely have to keep an eye on. because so many things fit together well. I like the statements and the queer aspect of the band and that the album is really apart from the masses.

ARENA: Pixel Grip

Artifact303, From The Stars: Global Sect

A really very good trance album where you can switch off in space and time. The ten tracks have a reasonable length so that you don’t have to leave the chilling ambience too quickly. Only a few songs have voice samples, which I personally like better. Nevertheless, the voices are well recorded and you notice how much work went into the album. This is really something for a festival on a palm island with a beach and a bonfire. The choice of the artist for the artwork and merch is fundmentally good and fits the music one two one.

Artifact303, From The Stars: Global Sect

RAW Compilation III - Third Eye: RAW

A solid electric compilation of various artists in the field of dark-hard-beat, jungle and dystopian industrial. The album is a good example of an excellent international underbround DJ set. The tracks are between 4-7 minutes long and can be linked well at the transitions. You can feel the underground influences, so the compitaltion is suitable to be played in decaying grafitty halls or illegal music sessions at docks. Rather for cold winter nights than nice summer night parties.

RAW Compilation III - Third Eye: RAW

The Dread March Of Solemn Gods: Ninkharsag

The Dread March Of Solemn Gods from the british black metal metal band Ninkharsag is a solid work. The album is characterized by a good collaboration of the band, an excellent singer and interesting tracks. It is classic black metal, which relies less on gloom and shock, but rather on quality. The album is good to listen to while programming, because it doesn’t get too monotonous or annoying after the first track. Since this is only the second album, I must definitely keep an eye on the band.

The Dread March Of Solemn Gods: Ninkharsag

Ara Fell OST: Louise Heaney

The music for the Ara Fell role-playing computer game comes from Louise Heany from Ireland. The pieces are catchy and have a melacnhcolic note in many pieces. There is a deliberate use of classical musical instruments, such as piano, flutes and the like. The strong influence of the fantasy genre is great and underlines the aspect as really excellent ingame music. In my personal opinion, this album has received far too little attention and could even find a place in my collection on vinyl.

Ara Fell (OST): Louise Heaney

Fallout New Vegas OST: Mojave Music Radio

Fallout New Vegas is already one of my favourite games and I would also buy the music as a record right away. I like the dystopian desert and country flair. I love to listen to the Mojave music radio for hours in the game and hunt geckos. I trudge through the desert and squint my eyes in a desert storm. Melancholy, I dream of Johnny and long for the revenge of a simple package carrier.

Fallout New Vegas OST: Mojave Music Radio

A Diabolic Thirst: SPECTRAL WOUND

The album A Diabloic Thirst by SPECTRAL WOUND is good melancholic black metal from Montreal. Except for one track, the album is coherent and has a primary thread. The singer could even be a bit louder to lead the band a bit more. Unlike many other lesser known Blackmetal bands, the band understands where to touch musical instruments used and bring them into the group even when there is a change or short transition. If the band now still manages to develop a reasonable logo, one can keep an eye on this band.

A Diabolic Thirst: SPECTRAL WOUND

I NEVER MEANT FOR THIS TO HAPPEN: GOLDEN BOY

Anime Golden Boy meets classic Prol Gabber, Hardcore and Drum and Bass. If you miss the 90’s when good underground clubs opened on Friday and closed on Monday, you should buy this album. I NEVER MEANT FOR THIS TO HAPPEN is solid and convinces with good craftsmanship and unlike other albums, you can listen to it more than once. DJs know what good is, because the limited edition 12” vinyl. was already sold out in pre order.

I NEVER MEANT FOR THIS TO HAPPEN : GOLDEN BOY

Colossus EP: Liebknecht

The EP Colossus EP by Liebknecht is an electronic mixture of modern Berlin base and harsh breakbeats. I like the dark and dystopian hacker flair, which fits well in a programming session. Liebknecht concentrates on balanced rhythms, catchy beats and also reaches a little into the German industrial sample box. Very good EP and I have put the artist on my watch list.

Colossus EP: Liebknecht

Inkya Impulse インキャインパルス Asobi Asobase ED : 二口魔菜 Futakuchi Mana

That. That, only as a whole album of Japanese commercial scream hard Anime metal with mature vocals and a good set. Sadly, only a single track. But I want to make sure here that I found this musical underground newcomer before all of you, when this is streaming up and down after the first album. The album cover is a nice one. Please give this musician instant a record deal and produce a album.

Inkya Impulse インキャインパルス Asobi Asobase ED : 二口魔菜 Futakuchi Mana

META081 - Coercion EP: Quartz

This EP is suitable for DJs or lone wolf programmers. Dark mystical demolition hall drum and bass from London. Underlaid with small in your head voices. The news industry would call this record neo lost generation pandemic music, which of course is nonsense. It is rather a classic drum and bass, which appeals to the ears of its listeners by its concrete definition.

META081 - Coercion EP: Quartz

Winter’s Wrath: Travis Savoie

If you are a pen and paper tabletop player and you are looking for loopable game music for your next gaming session, the album Winter’s Wrath by Travis Savoie is the first choice. North Viking inspired music with medieval influences and choirs. Sometimes melancholic and soothing, at other times dramatic dungeon tracks. Why this album has not yet been bought by an indie game studio is a mystery to me.

Winter’s Wrath: Travis Savoie

Forever In Your Heart: Black Dresses

I had already seen Ada Rook pop up on the /e/nternet several times before Black Dresses was founded and therefore followed the band’s history. The new album “Forever In Your Heart”, like previous albums, consists of screamed and spoken words, text passages, sung choruses, or whispered monologues. In between there are acoustic guitars, 80’ chip-electro-industrial and noise-pop. The album moves in deep rythm between love, hope, depression and the other body in me. One of the best new comer bands of the last years and unfortunately I missed the release and the cassette was already sold out.

Forever In Your Heart: Black Dresses

INTERNET PROTOCOL: MASTER BOOT RECORD

Mixing modern chiptune and classic heavy metal music to create something super interesting. The album INTERNET PROTOCOL is built like a classic album and in my opinion still the best album of the whole discography so far. If you are programming or playing a fast racing game, the album fits well. 1€ is such a good price that it’s out of the question whether you should pay money for this album.

INTERNET PROTOCOL: MASTER BOOT RECORD

Zapper: NANORAY

Faster than your Beep Boop Biip /e/nternet cyberia music, with Jungle, breakbeat, N64 gaming influences and high speed Anime distractions? Can be used well as Relax first contact small talk background music in a DayZ stream. Hellrunner カミrestore is my personal favourite song.

Zapper: NANORAY

Crimes Against the Internet: Triple-Q

You need /e/nternet music, the album Crimes Against the Internet from Triple-Q is /e/nternet music. Put the last meme week into an electronic pop album and mix it with smurl 90’ vibes to an anime shitpost. After the album you will have the desire to cuddle with your Nico Yazawa Waifu or watch a CoconutB Rust stream.

Crimes Against the Internet: Triple-Q

The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim OST: Jeremy Soule

The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim is structured like a classical album. There are choruses, dramatic turns and sweet passages. The touch of the Middle Ages is the basic inspiration for a fantasy RPG album. I like the cold parts that turn into a musical spring and invite me to dream. I would listen to this album even in a classical concert hall. Wonderful music, for a wonderful game.

The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim OST: Jeremy Soule

Isles: Bicep, Ninja Tune

The album Isles by Bicep from the Ninja Tune independent label has been running up and down my playlist for the last few days. This modern Beldon electronic album fits well, for example, when you need a relaxing minute, are driving melancholic 230 kmh on a Autobahn or are working on a programming project.

Isles: Bicep, Ninja Tune


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