• Uniform - Protocol

    Reviewed by Andrea Ferraris (chain dlk)

    <b> Uniform </b> - Protocol

    As I've said before, I've the impression the ranks of "radical electronics" got more and more influenced by industrial music, but in an age where everything get mixed that's not such a surprise. If you add many industrial "musician/performer" were somehow using electronic music it will give sense to the previous consideration, think of Whitehouse, Suicide, Throbbing Gristle, Coil, etc.. It's hard to believe Uniform haven't been influenced by the
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  • Uniform - Protocol

    Reviewed by Boomkat (Boomkat)

    <b> Uniform </b> - Protocol

    ‘Protocol’ is the latest, self-titled album from London based duo Protocol for the ever-prolific Planet-Mu imprint. Coming across like music you would expect to hear just before the world ends, 'Protocol' revolves around a droning slop of sound seemingly distilled and skimmed from a whole spectrum of musical experimentation. With killer collaborations from the unsurpassable Lydia Lunch, New York’s finest Dalek, performance artist Franko B (who
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  • Uniform - Protocol

    Reviewed by Leon Michael Tricker (Vanity Project)

    <b> Uniform </b> - Protocol

    For anyone interested in electronic music, something featuring Alan Vega is always interesting. ‘Protocol’ is best described as ‘music concrete.’ There is a complete absence of melody or conventional arrangement. Instead, loops of sound, ambient noise, and field recordings drift into one another and are layered to create an audio collage. Over 12 tracks there are spoken word/half sung contributions from a number of artists including Lydia
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  • Shitmat & Friends - Gary's Gruesome Remixes

    Reviewed by Boomkat (Boomkat)

    Shitmat &amp; Friends - Gary's Gruesome Remixes

    Shitmat on some grimy high jinx of an unusually and quite acceptably high standard. Not exactly what you'd come to expect of the clown prince of comedy jungle, 'Gary's gruesome garage' takes a Mu sized sidestep into the world of garage mashment filtered through the mind of Henry Collins, where all manner of collisions with stray mentasms and samples from the big ol' library of ragga jungle chat occur within the framework of a production which could
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