RESISTOR

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RESISTOR is a Colombian electronic band born at the end of 2011, strongly driven by the Old School EBM genre and influenced by the sounds of iconic bands such as Orange Sector, Nitzer Ebb, And One, Die Krupps or Spetsnaz, among many others, and combining these influences with other sources of inspiration coming from experiences related to human strives and transform them into a blast of energy manifested in the form of music with strong basslines and vocals, as well as overwhelming beats.

Resistor’s first release was BREATHE EP in 2015, which compiled an interesting amount of remixes by artists like The Horrorist, Xotox, Equitant, Grandchaos and Delectro to name a few. This release brought different shades of sounds which became into an influence for their first long duration album called ICE COLD GOLD, released in 2017, which compiled most songs created since the beginning of the project until then. Both releases have been issued in digital format exclusively.

11 GRAMS

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11 Grams is a futurist-inspired musical partnership between Simeon Fitzpatrick (Project K11, AUS) & Rob Early (Retrogramme, U.S.A). This Australian/American based duo have created an addictive Electro/Industrial/EBM/Synthpop style with catchy bass riffs, complex melodies and precise hi-tech musicianship. Rob Early has established strong credibility amongst others in the electronic music scene, producing, mixing and remixing some top electronic artists worldwide. Simeon Fitzpatrick has worked with many musicians internationally, lending his unique style of electronic wizardry to various projects. Together these musical artists have forged tracks of influential stature. On New Years Eve 2015, 11Grams made their debut live performance in the Washington DC underground scene, only giving a taste of what is yet to come from their latest LP to be titled ‘Panacea’.

VUDUVOX

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White noise, black light, cyber-larsen: VUDUVOX are a tense two-piece, forging radical electro groove with an attitude and politically un-correct lyrics whose motto could best be summed up as  “no compromise, no surrender!” Originating from rainy post-industrial Flanders, their pulsing bass sequences and minimal drum lines compete with electro-perx, android guitar riffs and angst-ridden vocals. But VUDUVOX are no clones and simply offer the sound of things to come. Needless to say, these two arrogant bastards are rather too cold, raw and uncompromising for the mellow French scene and play abroad as often as they can! On the sly, J-C -vox and machines- is also the frontman of French minimal electro act BUZZ, who since 2006 have self-released five albums mastered by Len Lemeire (Implant) and gigged from Lisbon to Stockholm, sharing the stage with The Cassandra Complex, Implant, Parade Ground, 32Crash, Spectra Paris, Trisomie 21, Neon Electronics, Luc Van Acker and the likes. When he was finally joined by Olivier T. -who also plays live electro-perx for GrandChaos and SA42- they decided it was time for a few musical readjustments and a name change. And VUDUVOX was born. As for name-dropping, while BUZZ’s albums featured remixes by Dirk da Davo, Implant, David Carretta, Millimetric, People Theatre, HIV+, Bertrand Siffert (viz. The Young Gods), SA42, Void Kampf and Darkmen -to name but a few-, others by Pankow, Dolls of Pain, Danny Briottet (viz. Renegade Soundwave, Depeche Mode), David Harrow, NTRSN, Combat Voice and Bak XIII have been pouring in for VUDUVOX. Parallel to this, Dirk da Davo, of Neon Judgement fame, recently started mixing their first album “Vaudou électrique”. You’ve been warned!

PUBLIC DOMAIN RESOURCE

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Public Domain Resource is an Italian, Bergamo-based, music project. PDR was established in 2012 as Pietro Oliveri’s solo project and in Aug. 2012 the song Under The Ground reached the 3rd place in the Industrial Music chart on Soundclick.com. In Sept 2012 a second song, Nemesis-The Third Day reached the 2nd place in the IDM chart. In Feb. 2013 the last song shared on Soundclick.com, The Hang reached the 1st place in the IDM chart. In March 2013 Ugo Crescini joined Pietro and the combo signed for Space Race Records. The musicians come from many musical experiences, even together, starting in the 80s. The music of PDR is a mix of several musical genres, and influenced by alternative and electronic sounds.