Archive for May, 2010

Underground Perversions 006 & 007 downloads available now

Posted in New Additions to Mail Order, Praxis Download Store on May 28, 2010 by datacide

Available exclusively as high quality 320 mp3’s through the Praxis Download store are the latest two releases from Underground Perversions:
UPR006 – Save: UPRising EP
After 2 years of hard work, Underground Perversions Records strikes back with UPR006 by SAVE. Born from the encounter of Le Talium and Broken Meat (founding member of UPR), this duet knows how to perfectly complete each other in order to produce some real heavy music. UPRising EP is made of 3 tracks calling for a trip in the higher realms of psychedelic speedcore, in a pure french manner. Sometimes mental, sometimes brutal, but always atmospheric, this record will mark UPR’s return at the forefront of the hard electronic music scene.

UPR007 – R-ictus: Onanisme Rituel EP
Composed by R-ictus (half of Mechakucha), Onanisme rituel (Ritual Onanism) (UPR007/OCHDZ01) is a joint production of Underground Perversions and Overclockheadz. This EP hinges on numerous past projects, in a crushing blend of breakcore, speedcore, noise and experimental music. These 4 tracks and their recognizable massive bass drums fool around all the clichés of these genres, get tinged with noise subtelty or breakcorish sarcasm, facing reality with a dark grin.


Datacide & Cagliostro present Knochenbox IV Tonight

Posted in Uncategorized on May 14, 2010 by datacide

Datacide and Cagliostro present Breakcore, Broken Beats & Noise

Knochenbox 14.5.2010

The forth installment of our monthly night at the Knochenbox @ Theaterkapelle, Boxhagenerstr. 99, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain presenting the best in breakcore, broken beats and noise in Berlin presented by Datacide magazine and Bar Cagliostro.

The night will start around 11pm till around 6 or 7, entrance is EUR 4.00.

Proudly presenting the following special guests:

NOMEX – founder of Adverse Records and one of the organizers of the legendary Dead by Dawn parties in South London in the mid-90’s is one of the hidden heroes of noise music. Now a resident of New Zealand this is a rare European show. Classic breakcore noise records such as both releases on Maschinenbau with DJ Scud (Eurostar and Total Destruction), releases on Praxis and Reverse as well as Adverse show his ability to second-to-none sonic assault.

SHEN – Forceful crossover of breakcore and hardcore reknowned for his contributions to Dutch and French underground hardcore labels such as Power Vs. Power, Homicide and B.A.K. with his first live set in Berlin.

SAOULATERRE – founder of Cavage records and author of “Paname Sans Dessus – Dessous!”, the definitive book about the Paris catacombs and their subterranean counterculture, and purveyor of psychedelic experimental soundscapes and speedcore – already our guest in March is back with a new live set this month.

NEMETON – member of L.A.’s Darkmatter Soundsystem and Datacide writer presents her hard hitting mix of breakcore, hard drum’n’bass and broken industrial dubstep beats

SUDDEN INFANT – just came out with a momentous 4xLP as a 20-year retrospective of his groundbreaking work in noise performance. Tonight he will DJ his favorite tunes in an eclectic mix of beats and atmospheres.

POINGI – Crew member and resident DJ of Berlin’s Clash of the Titans crew will surprise us with an unpredictable set of hard electro.

plus residents _
LT – radical dancefloor between hard drum’n’bass and hardcore – and CHRISTOPH FRINGELI with rare industrial grooves from his 7″ collection


Hard Drum’n’Bass additions to the Mail Order catalog

Posted in Uncategorized on May 3, 2010 by datacide

A handful of new and new-ish releases arrived a few days from the UK, plus a whole bunch of backstocks… – mp3 snippets have been added already.
Check out the news here
my recommendation out of these is the Teknoist track on the Sustained 2×10″

Woofah #4 in stock now

Posted in Uncategorized on May 3, 2010 by datacide

1,000 copies only. Massively expanded to 92 pages, same price!

Contents this time include:

* Untold: Interview with this forward looking dubstep producer

* Dubplate Cutting Houses: Woofah shines a light on this hidden corner of UK soundsystem culture

* Newham Generals: Keeping it grimey

* Tony Thorpe: Major interview with this UK Bass legend – from 400 Blows
to the KLF to dubstep

* Who Killed Michael Smith?: The tragic story of the legendary dub poet, with contributions
from Linton Kwesi Johnson and Dennis Bovell

* Young Warrior and Joe Ariwa: The sons of Jah Shaka and Mad Professor on the
next generation of UK Dub

* Sci-Fi and Reggae: Rastas in space, reggae producers looking to the stars…

* The last days of Studio One: Ron Vester, Studio One’s official photographer, talks
to us about his time with Coxsone Dodd

* Dubkasm: Teachings in Dub by way of Bristol and Brazil

* Hessle Audio: Ramadanman and Ben UFO step up

* YT: In depth look at the Born Inna Babylon album

* Hot Gal Commandments

* Colin Tubb: First episode of a new cartoon series

* Memories of Eek A Mouse

* Reviews

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NO rehashed press-releases!

NO pdfs or downloads – printed version only!

Woofah issue 4 – OUT NOW!

Available here for EUR 5.00