Deep scene records from the 80s and 90s make up this episode of the podcast, with the politically savvy EBM of Borghesia’s No Hope No Fear and the turn of the millennium trance/coldwave experimentation of Kevorkian Death Cycle’s A+0(m). We’ve also been playing along with the latest EBM-flavoured Electronic Beats Blind Test. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play Music, or download directly or listen through the widget down below.
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Bruce and Alex,
Perhaps the nineties will be re-evaluated, Mecanica Records are releasing an aggrepo compilation titled The Brutality Of Rhythm. I know it’s a small Polish label and a vinyl compilation in an edition of 450, but it could be a start.
Already pre-ordered that one! Looks like an expanded (and historical) take on the old “The O-Files” comp. Mecanica definitely do a great job with reissuing stuff from that period (Fatal Morgana, Lassigue Bendthaus, Force Dimension).