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NOVAkILL

NOVAkILL became an actuality in 1996 when BONES and SiK, who had been running a club night together and performing separately, decided to pool their resources. Before their first album NOVAkILL contributed songs to two local and one German compilation. They also wrote some music for a short film. The first album, HARD TECH for a HARD WORLD, took about 3 years to finish as NOVAkILL took some time off to replace all their instruments with software.

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Unexist

Italian Hardcore DJ & Producer.
Unexist breaths and lives hardcore. ‘Unleash the Brutality’ he calls it in his own words. "Hardcore makes me lose my anger, pain and aggression. It’s an addiction that’ll never go away". Francesco is always busy developing his characteristic Unexist-sound. Under his alias DJ Jappo, he scored (together with DJ Lancinhouse) a big hit with EXLXAXL which was released on The Real Motherfuckers E.P.. He made Industrial Strength Records a succesful company. He produced and played together with dj phenomenons like Lenny Dee, Horrorist, The, Promo and Manu Le Malin.

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The Author

Two bands with the same name. 1) Many of the tracks listed here are errors, as audio production software Nuendo and Cubase automatically tag the mp3 exports as The Author - The Title as default. Hence unnamed mp3s are tagged as such.
However, The Author are also a band from The Channel Islands, who sound like a mixture between The Streets and Klaxons, if you can imagine such a thing. You can find them here http://www.myspace.com/theauthormusic

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Shiv-R

Shiv-r is a new force in the field of dark electronic music. The heavy and unsettling atmosphere generated by the band is at times intended for the clubs, and at times drawn to a slow, grinding pace for full dramatic impact.
The key characteristics of the Shiv-r sound are haunting, neoclassical melodies, harsh percussive club sounds, clean male vocals delivered in shouts and whispers, sparse rhythm guitars and an overwhelming dark atmosphere.

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Machine

Numerous artists have used the name Machine, including: 1. HAKUEI (vocals) and Kiyoshi's (guitar) duo. Started in 1999. Hakuei's also PENICILLIN's vocalist and has a solo career, Kiyoshi has been in bands like media youth and Spread Beaver, as well as on a solo career. Machine began making fast, hard rock with a large emphasis on layers of post-production electronic work. As time progressed, Machine began to focus on a more straight-rock sound, while still incorporating elements of their older material sporadically.

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Acumen

Acumen relates to 4 artists: 1. French tech-house producer Antoine Garcin. 2. Prog Rock, Glitch, Post Rock, Ambient, Acoustic, Electro, Experimental producer on Benbecula records. 3. The former name of coldwave band <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Acumen+Nation" class="bbcode_artist">Acumen Nation</a>. "Nation" was added due to a legal dispute over the name. 4. Experimental, Indie, Rock, one-man banded vision that began as a vibration. Then became light. Then became matter. Now misses being a vibration. This is what that sadness sounds like.

Our Last Enemy

www.myspace.com/ourlastenemy Our Last Enemy are: Oliver - Vocals
Matt - Bass
Jeff - Drums
Craig - Keys/Samples
Bizz - Guitar From the ashes rises an enemy… Our Last Enemy are the dark horses of Australia’s heavy music scene – if you haven’t heard the name yet, remember it – you’ll be hearing a lot of it very soon. A brutal live reputation for theatrically unpredictable shows has created a strong live following and unparalleled local buzz - Our Last Enemy are known for crazed audience interactions and an intensity that results in band member injuries and crowd frenzies.

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Komor Kommando

After his success with Zombie Girl, Icon of Coil and Bruderschaft, renowned producer Sebastian R. Komor strikes again with this new hard-hitting guerrilla project – something he really had to get out of his system! The heaviest project he's ever done, KOMOR KOMMANDO is aggressive and loud, laden with a cynical sarcastic flair and wit! Pounding rhythms to assault your senses, plus a bit of a cheeky humour and socio-political bite. 100% club hit guaranteed – including the floor-packing "Das Oontz", "Love Your Neighbour" and "Triggerfinger".

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Spartak

Improvising duo from Canberra, Australia featuring Shoeb Ahmad and Evan Dorrian. Their sound is rooted in free jazz and micro-sound as well as bands like Fugazi and The Ex, utilising loops and processed melodies to build their songforms from. On any given night, they can work their pieces into ambient passages or post-punk riots. They have toured Australia, Malaysia and Singapore, playing shows with the likes of Adrian Klumpes, My Disco, Cleptoclectics, Akta Angkasa and many others.

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