New review of Disharmony‘s ‘Cloned‘ release by Reflections of Darkness e-zine.
Archive for May 2008
New reviews in for Subheim’s brilliant debut album ‘Approach’ from Darkroom Magazine, Gothtronic, and Re:Gen Magazine.
New reviews in for Subheim‘s brilliant debut album ‘Approach‘ from Darkroom Magazine, Gothtronic, and Re:Gen Magazine.
A great new review of our 2CD compilation ‘Emerging Organisms‘ by Reflections of Darkness. If you haven’t picked this one up, what are you waiting for?
Ad.ver.sary gets airplay on Plastik Mekanik #239 on 05.20.08.
Hailing from the Canadian electronic music underground after a decade of Techno and Industrial DJ and promotional work, Jairus Khan, aka Ad·ver·sary, now presents his debut album three years in the making. While providing North American tour support for such acts as Terrorfakt, Antigen Shift, Cyanotic, Adam X, Iszoloscope and others, his many remixes of such Industrial Noise icons as Converter and Iszoloscope have enjoyed heavy club and airplay around the world. Now, Ad·ver·sary is ready to conquer minds and destroy dancefloors with his debut album ‘Bone Music‘ out May 13th on Tympanik Audio. Hard Industrial rhythms meet enormous organic soundscapes to create what Re:Gen Magazine calls “…a balance between the brutal and the beautiful.” Featuring remixes by Antigen Shift, Tonikom, and Synapscape. Mastered by Yann Faussurier of Iszoloscope. Get ready to rock.
On his latest album ‘Love no Longer Lives Here‘, his third studio
album and first for rising US label Tympanik Audio, Tony Young changes the goal posts once more and treads some new waters without forgetting his past. More emphasis has been placed on heart rendering piano sections and soul capturing melodies than before. The introduction of more organic instruments are thrown into the mix with a splash of guitars and a nod to other musical genres add an altogether new dimension, displaying a maturity and growth that we have come to expect with each release. The album includes a couple of guest appearance’s from Jamie of ESA (Electronic Substance Abuse) and Dave from Cradle of Filth, and highlights Autoclav1.1‘s diversity to work within different musical genres. ‘Love no Longer Lives Here‘ is a dark brooding pitch black creature that studies the modern human condition, a concept album that views the very essence of existence as it is today.All is black, all is white. there is no grey or in between…Prepare to be initiated…Autoclav1.1‘s remix album ‘Broken Beats For Broken Hearts‘ (Hive) is available for order in the Tympanik Webshop.