W.A.S.T.E.'s Liquor, Drugs and Hate EP is now available for pre-order!
Liquor, Drugs and Hate is the upcoming EP by W.A.S.T.E. This EP contains seven new tracks and four remixes, delivering punishing rhythms with dark atmospheres that give W.A.S.T.E. a unique sound that is easily recognizable in an overcrowded scene. Liquor, Drugs and Hate features a remix by Synapscape and will be available as a digipak November 8th, 2011. W.A.S.T.E. is the brainchild of Shane Englefield a.k.a. Vuxnut.
“...the music experience contained herein is absolutely spectacular. W.A.S.T.E. are perfect at what they do: combining fat beats, distorted frequencies and sampled voices, they present the best elements of their genre.There is a twisted sense of meliduous flow at times, while their rhythmic alarms are quite strong in return.”
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Organic Cage's Brain Surgery Music is now available for instant download from iTunes, Amazon MP3 and all other major digital distributors!
Brain Surgery Machine from Organic Cage follows up the digital only EP Kill Your TV released earlier in the year. It features 12 new original tracks as well as 2 remixes including a remix from Chainreactor. Brutal, unrelentless rhythmic noise from Germany. Sounds samples provided below. Available for instant download from iTunes, Amazon MP3, FiXT, Beatport and all other major online digital distributors.
Organic Cage's Kill Your TV EP is now available for instant download from iTunes, Amazon MP3 and all other major digital distributors!
Kill Your TV is a new digital 5-track EP by the German rhythmic noise artist Organic Cage. With 4 brand new tracks of hard, pounding rhythms and intense screeching noise, Kill Your TV is sure to please any fan of hard industrial dance music. The EP also contains a remix of the title track by fellow labelmates Xotox.
“Vendetta Music are doing a great job of hunting down some seriously nasty rhythmic industrial at present, and going on this first release, they are apt labelmates for W.A.S.T.E.. The title track is the pick of the bunch, a writhing squall of pounding rhythms and screeching noise, and of course some snappy samples. For dancefloors who like their industrial very noisey indeed.”