• Hellfish - Meat Machine Broadcast System

    Hellfish - Meat Machine Broadcast System

    ...At the other end of the spectrum lies DJ Hellfish, whose Meat Machine Broadcast System (Planet Mu, ZIQ041) follows last year’s Constant Mutation. Perhaps one of the most anticipated Planet Mu releases of the year, Meat Machine Broadcast System is a truly violent record, infected by convulsive electro-shocks, breakbeat twinges and sniper-like beats. This album can be a bit of a handful for the non-initiated, but with endorsement by the likes of Aphex Twin, DMX
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  • Hellfish - Meat Machine Broadcast System

    Reviewed by sheikh ahmed (absorb.org)

    Hellfish - Meat Machine Broadcast System

    we enjoy skull-splitting demonic mental-as-fuck hardcore techno just as much as the next person, ask our neighbours. but while the concept of listening to this most extreme form of music on a daily basis may not seem particularly enticing (after all it does induce a headache after a while), essex-based producer hellifish has no problem in churning out what could be described as the musical work of satan. musically, hardcore techno could be seen as being the lowest
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  • Hellfish - Meat Machine Broadcast System

    Reviewed by Steve Crognale (OTV)

    Hellfish - Meat Machine Broadcast System

    Some people have decided to hate on hardcore techno no matter how good it is...THIS REVIEW IS NOT FOR YOU. For those of you that still need proof that there are some original thinkers in the genre, check out the new Hellfish CD. It's a compilation of his various singles released over time - a varied yet primal mix of old school hip-hop samples, turntablist flash, beats chopped up jungle style, and bass kicks drilling a hole in your head. Proof of the difference is in
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  • Dykehouse - Dynamic Obsolescence

    Dykehouse - Dynamic Obsolescence

    From long-time composer Mike Dykehouse, comes this unexpected collection of unbelievably good music that has been gathering dust in his home from as early as 1996.
    This is quite a catch, I told to myself when I purchased this record (or rather ran to the cashier after hearing 2 tracks and running home so that I could listen to it). Like most people, I didn't know anything about Dykehouse except that he was on Planet Mu. I have to say that this is one of the few
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