hellfish & producer - bastard sonz of rave
Reviewed by sheikh ahmed (absorb.org)
'crawl & die', 'professional psycho', 'theme from fuck-daddy'!?! hmmmm, what could these titles sound like? with disturbing inlay cover art and frequent use of swearing in the titles, this is as cliched as having gorgeous looking women on ibiza compilations. still the music is far more scarier than anything that can come from the famed spanish islands (although, on second thoughts....).
the lack of intellectual gravitas that one can level at this music allows
Hellfish & Producer
Reviewed by Tim diGravina (all music guide)
Hellfish & Producer's Bastard Sonz of Rave would sound like state-of-the-art dance music in 1992, but since it was released in 2002, it's more than a slight bit less revolutionary. The duo takes standard rave sounds and beats, mixes in patches of Aphex Twin-style sonic craziness, somewhat clichéd drum'n'bass motifs, and old school rap-rock Beastie Boys-like vocals. It's been said that Aphex Twin is a fan, and clearly Mike Paradinas is as well, since he has released
- DJ Diamond - Flight Muzik
- Machinedrum - Room(s)
- Pritch & Trim - Stereotype
- Tropics - Parodia Flare
- Anti-G - Presents 'Kentje'sz Beatsz'
- Various - Ghettoteknitianz E.P.
- Kuedo - Severant
- Chrissy Murderbot - Women's Studies
- Boxcutter - The Dissolve
- NastyNasty - No Names
- FaltyDL - You Stand Uncertain
- Chrissy Murderbot - Bussin Down
- Boxcutter - Allele
- - Bangs & Works Vol.1
- DJ Roc - The Crack Capone
- Solar Bears - She Was Coloured In
- Various - 14 Tracks From Planet Mu
- DJ Spinn - Man I Do It EP
- DJ Rashad - Itz Not Rite
- Numan - Race Against Time
- Ital Tek - Midnight Colour
- DJ Nate - Da Trak Genious
- Tropics - Soft Vision E.P.
- Mrs Jynx - Shark Carousel