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  1. Axiome is a Belgian musical project combining elements of rhythm, industrial, breakcore and noise. It has been releasing music on Germany’s Ant-Zen…

  2. Precursor in the electronic scene, Roger Rotor practices his talent in various bands and collaborations.
    His eponym project, between techno and…

  3. Hailing from the cold American Midwest, Exclipsect settled into San Francisco in late the 90’s and began using field recordings, samplers, hardware…

  4. since late 90s the two solo projects heimstatt and yipotash from dresden/germany moved on separate ways on exploration of musical structures.…

  5. Emerging from the toxic gutters and war torn concrete jungles of suburban Connecticut, USA, Scrap.edx (Scrape) perpetuates dark-electronic…

  6. Monokrom is another eardrum terrorist that will trigger some more brain distortions on planet Earth. Metallic bass grooves distorted at wishes,…

  7. Follow-up project of Celluloïd Mata, founded in 2003. Philipp Münch (Synapscape, The Rorschach Garden) joined Matthieu Maire to build up this…

  8. Telerotor is the collaboration of Roger Rotor and Telepherique

  9. David Vallée, aka Sinik, is the man behind the noise project Lith from France. Progressing through ambient and experimental industrial music, Vallée…

  10. Silk Saw is a duo from Brussels; they have been active for many years under different forms and different labels (Sub Rosa, Ant-Zen). Silk Saw…

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