New releases by Disharmony and Totakeke

Two new releases available now

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from Tympanik Audio. ‘Room 78‘ is the highly-anticipated new album by Slovakian Electro-Industrial duo Disharmony. Tight, crushing beatwork is laced with brooding synth pads, heavy basslines, hints of processed guitars, and echoing vocal samples, all punctuated by razor-sharp vocals. Underestimated and duly accomplished, ‘Room 78‘ shines with mindfulness and depth, aptly incorporating a multitude of electronic music styles with proficient cohesiveness and maturity rarely heard in this age of myopic genre monocultures. Featuring collaborations by ISH and Fractured and artwork by Salt.

Totakeke marks 10 years of noise-making with his fifth LP ‘Digital Exorcist‘. A gripping barrage of complex rhythmic noise punctuated by head-nodding, hard-nosed beats, stabbing glitch, and taut synthlines. An intricate torrent of richly-layered sounds that swell and retract, guiding the listener through an elaborate universe of twisted and unyielding futuristic clamor. Acute rhythmic noise for discerning aural palates. Mastered by Alexander Dietz (Erode, Heaven Shall Burn) and featuring artwork by shift.

Both of these new releases are available now on CD and digital formats. Own yours here.


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