Cholostase was founded as a more Electro-Industrial orientated project. Over the years it became more and more connected to noisier styles like “Rhythmic Noise” or “Breakcore”. As you can hear in the uploaded preview tracks from “vox populi vox dei” the tracks will be close to dark psy sounds from the goa scene and merged with rhythmic noise elements. Be aware of psydustrial sounds…
repriseless is the noisy sideeffect of the works of Andy L. from the industrial-rock band NO Fate Net. The first repriseless songs have been assembled in 2005. Andy is only working in rare little phases on repriseless, so take it easy when nothing new is coming.
Biography 2010 Fascinated by the 80s wave, 80s synthpop and an English band called "The Art of Noise", the man behind this all bought himself a MSX homecomputer around 1986 and started to write songs in Basic under the name "The Art Company". The results were that good that he was asked to write backgroundmusic for a MSX club magazine.
Coreline has been creating pounding industrial noise since the turn of the millennium. Fast, complex rhythms meet open, evocative synthlines to create an infectious sound with momentum destined for the club, but with a complexity that demands your attention. Coreline is grounded in the organic, finding inspiration in nature and rephrasing it for use on the digital dance floor.
Bitch Per Minute (Biography 2012) Bitch Per Minute, a pun on the abbreviations BPM, was formed in 2008 by KrrKrrKrr. What started as an experiment, turned into one big pile of fun for the producer to do.