Techno Podcasts

The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Selective Response. Since 2019 the California producer has delivered full throttle raw, dark industrial techno and he now delvers another punishing work on his imprint Crisis Of Man. Corruption is two tracks that were made during the lockdown period and they' are seething with pent up energy and explosive rhythms. Today we premiere, “Moment Of Desperation” which turns pandemic moods into a furious, alarming track that will carry you to the other side.

Out August 17th on digital format. Order yours now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/selectiveresponsemomentofdesperation/

@selectiveresponse1
With early support from Modeselektor, Fjaak have been making waves for years and became a busy headlining live act. In 2019 they also founded the Spandau20 label. For this podcast they digged through their rap collection. Enjoy!

Interview: http://iliantape.de/ilian-tape-podcast-series-054/
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Dorhg. Fixing Process is the artist’s new EP which also launches Atroc Records. The release reveals his experience and vocation for dynamic, rhythmic, deep and syncopated structures, through icy and mental sequences, without leaving aside the physical and directness in his message. Today we premiere “Melting” (Kalter Ende Remix), which is mechanical, weaponized techno which cuts deep beneath the surface.

The release is out on 12” vinyl and digital and you can pick it up though Ready Made. www.thebrvtalist.com/dorhgmelting/

@dorhg-atroc
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from James Demon. The Berlin-based artist and founder of Occultists seeks to merge his love for the occult with his passion for true techno into one entity. Not constrained to any one genre, his sound spans EBM, goth, minimal, acid, techno and more to reveal the dark and mysterious wonders of the arcane. New Brvtalism No. 242 is a expertly crafted, occult fueled work, communicating esoteric knowledge through the language of music.

@weareoccultists
@jamesdemon

Tracklist:

1. Intro - The Neon Maniacs
2. Daniel Holt - He could not escape
3. S Y Z Y G Y X - Burning Graveyard
4. Peter Fonda - Sex With Friends
5. Max Durante - Human Rage
6. FLmm - Tsuji
7. Rhys Fulber - Rhys Fulber
8. Miss Mana - Trees (LAP01 Acid Remix)
9. Crystal Geometry - Unorthodoxia
10. Dax J - Chaos Come To Conquer
11. Crash Guard - Outbreak
12. Teatre - Baptism By Humiliation
13. Krampf - LSD XTC (Dj Gigola and Kev Koko Paranoia Mix)
14. Fred - Do It From The Back (Electro Mixx)
15. Datasmok - Gameover
16. MU-GA - Telebasilica
17. Ed1999 - Flamboyant Ray
18. Maxime Iko - Words
19. Søulless - Inner Space
20. Lucy Cliché - Waves On Road
21. Kontravoid - Too Deep (Multiple Man Remix)
22. Codeless avec Alter D - Illusione
23. Psychic TV - I Believe What You Said (Spahn Ranch Mix)
24. Bigod 20 - Acid To Body (Razormaid Mix)
25. Moev - Crucify Me (12" Version)
One of Jossy Mitsu's skills is her versatility. She was born and raised in Birmingham before moving to London, so has been exposed to, and immersed in, a wide array of scenes. From jungle to 2step, techno to house, rave to leftfield, she has knowledge of it all and never fails to throw it down in electrifying style. Her Rinse FM radio show has proved that over the last few years, and earlier this year the 6 Figure Gang associate made her production debut on Astral Black's Frass FM compilation with the brilliantly bumping 'Whirl.'

That track's cavernous bass and sparse late night atmosphere also characterises this week's mix. It's a selection filled with broken beats and metallic hits that lurch through desolate landscapes. As much as she can nail an absorbing atmosphere, Mitsu also knows just how to raise the levels by banging through flailing jungle, wild rave and blistering techno. But whether the hits are crisp and the kicks taught, swampy synths and low end wobble blast from the speakers or dark and dirty breaks bust out of the mix, this is pure body music that cannot fail to ignite your dancing spirit.
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new track from Bours?. “Birds Of Marigny” comes off the big new v/a compilation from KTK Records which features styles ranging from acid to techno, and beyond, all united under one word: groove. Today we feature Bours? infectious banger which has been on repeat as of late and you can also hear in the latest mix by yours truly for Dame Music. The comp also finds Union Trance Mission bosses DJ Reiz and Tonni3000 lay out the grounds for their new neo-trance style and if your thing is harder acid, check out Jaëss with his insane kick and bassline or Dica with a UK acid-inspired dance floor destroyer. The ones for whom 145 BPM is too high will be pleased to discover Tachycardie's little gem 'Kaikoura', which brings the power without the watts. 

Out August 16th and you can get yours on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/boursbirdsofmarigny/

@ktkrecords
@bours1
RA Podcast 740 KMRU. A dream sequence of ambient and drone from the Nairobi DJ and producer.
RYC 395 | Chloé Lula
The Brvtalist is proud to support our L.A. family and community by presenting Psychological Operations, a new benefit compilation by L.A.U.R.A. (Los Angeles Underground Rave Association). The massive release features 30 tracks(!) all from Los Angeles area artists and covers a whole host of genres and sounds from synth, wave, body, techno, experimental and more. Further, all proceeds from this release will go toward Gender Justice L.A. .  a local grassroots social justice organization led by and for gender non-conforming, two-spirit, black, indigenous and trans people of color in L.A. By coming together and changing the conversation, L.A.U.R.A. and community activists seek real social change and justice to those most at risk.

Today we also present old friend and Black Lodge resident Force Placement’s track “Jackal”. Pick this one up now and support the cause on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/psychologicaloperations/

http://gjla.nationbuilder.com/
@forceplacement
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Character Collapse. The alias of Alex Hall, he is also the founder of Manchester-based label Natural Sciences which has been a favorite label of ours to watch and is heading into its 50th release soon. This mix captures the North West of England as it heads into another stage of lockdown, bringing together a collection of odd ball post punk jams,
Spanish minimal wave, proto-house and upcoming label jams from names that live in the shadows. www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism241charactercollapse/

@naturalsciences
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere three tracks off the upcoming compilation, The Definition Of Neorave from Rave Alert Records. The Belgian imprint has been at the forefront of the Neorave sound since the beginning and now the founder X&trick has compiled a 12 track v/a which features some of the best and brightest of the movement. Today we present tracks from VCL, Studio Dondert and Bangbass. Each track represents different elements that make up the neorave sound from VCL’s acid laced “Engergizer” to the hard dance punishment of Studio Dondert’s “Gabber Stanley” to Bangbass’ high tempo “Ether”. We’ve been fans of the label for a while now and this is another great entry to their catalogue.

Out August 6th on digital and vinyl as a Bandcamp exclusive and everywhere else on August 18th. Pre-order yours now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/thedefinitionofneorave/

@rave_alert
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere three tracks off the upcoming compilation, The Definition Of Neorave from Rave Alert Records. The Belgian imprint has been at the forefront of the Neorave sound since the beginning and now the founder X&trick has compiled a 12 track v/a which features some of the best and brightest of the movement. Today we present tracks from VCL, Studio Dondert and Bangbass. Each track represents different elements that make up the neorave sound from VCL’s acid laced “Engergizer” to the hard dance punishment of Studio Dondert’s “Gabber Stanley” to Bangbass’ high tempo “Ether”. We’ve been fans of the label for a while now and this is another great entry to their catalogue.

Out August 6th on digital and vinyl as a Bandcamp exclusive and everywhere else on August 18th. Pre-order yours now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/thedefinitionofneorave/

@rave_alert
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere three tracks off the upcoming compilation, The Definition Of Neorave from Rave Alert Records. The Belgian imprint has been at the forefront of the Neorave sound since the beginning and now the founder X&trick has compiled a 12 track v/a which features some of the best and brightest of the movement. Today we present tracks from VCL, Studio Dondert and Bangbass. Each track represents different elements that make up the neorave sound from VCL’s acid laced “Engergizer” to the hard dance punishment of Studio Dondert’s “Gabber Stanley” to Bangbass’ high tempo “Ether”. We’ve been fans of the label for a while now and this is another great entry to their catalogue.

Out August 6th on digital and vinyl as a Bandcamp exclusive and everywhere else on August 18th. Pre-order yours now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/thedefinitionofneorave/

@rave_alert
The Brvtalist is proud to premiere a new music video and track from Offermose. The Danish artist returns for his sophomore LP, Stilhedens Tårn, which is the powerful follow up to 2018’s debut album Mørkt Forår (2018, Third Coming, Pomperipossa). Today we present “Sjælens Ruin”, a looming work of dungeon wave and dark ambient synth abstractions which is as menacing as it is poetic. The video, created by Last Oblivion, is an aerial and dreamy descent reminiscent of the best work of the Berlin School.

Stilhedens Tårn looks to be one of the most anticipated releases this fall and it will be out on limied black and blue “Galaxy” vinyl, black vinyl, CD and digital October 16, 2020. Pre-order yours now from Bandcamp through Third Coming and Pomperipossa.
http://thebrvtalist.com/offermosesjaelensruin/

@thirdcomingrecords
RYC 394 | Desroi
It was local word of mouth that elevated Australian Kate Miller from local to international notoriety. Her ability to fluidly jump genres and eras always leaves dance floors in a spin, and after emerging in Melbourne she followed the music to Berlin when she eventually became resident at the Oscillate party at ://about blank. Those sets allowed her the freedom to explore and pick up a fan base, and now she is someone who tells long and winding stories, with selections and feelings that define her sets more than tempo or technicality.

The 90 minute session Kate lays down for us is perfectly warm and rhythmic. It's united by rubbery kicks and deep, warm sub bass, but ever changing kick patterns and synths that range from absorbing and ambient to dark and paranoid always keep things moving. It is the sound of a DJ who is always in control, a masterclass in tension and release that means you're always on the edge, excited for what is to come.

Tracklist:
FFT - Forward
Ulla - Leaves and Wish
D. Tiffany - 4leaf
DJ Sacom - Wisdom
DJ Python - ooophi
Toma Kami - Unreleased
ITOA - Top Deck
Spooky - J - Pfer
YOUTH - Diamonds
Facta - 4C Loop
Cop Envy - Diving Board
Mr. Mitch - Need More Fashion Friends
SP:MC - Vintage
Low End Activist - 19STR8BK
Sepehr - Unfold Your Myth
Kush Jones - Pre-Club Workout (feat. DJ Swisha & James Bangura)
James Bangura - Broken Mind
Jana Rush - Midline Shift
DJ Fulltono - Melt into the Floor
Raime - Ripli
SNKLS - Isandula
Flore - Uncoded Language
FFT - Fask
Toma Kami - Unreleased
El Trick - Ko ko dak dak
J. Majik - Hold You
exael - Composure
Kate Miller - Parker Street
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Ingen. “Bark Of Dog” comes off the new EP, Syrup Plate, which also launches the Cork, Ireland based label Prospekt. The techno collective has become known for their dedication to full throttle music production, parties and more and this EP captures their ethos perfectly. From the relentless punching of the title track to the churning, industrialized force of “Bark Of Dog” this is a stellar first release which also contains remixes by Joe Farr and Ike Dusk. Prospekt smashes down the door with this one and we look forward to more from the collective.

Out August 7th on digital formats. Get yours now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/ingenbarkofdog/

@prospekt_ireland
RA Podcast 739 Jayda G . 90 minutes of summertime magic.
Recording of DJ Nobu's set at Dekmantel Festival 2017.
Recording of Planetary Assault Systems' set at Dekmantel Festival 2013.
Recording of Terence Dixon's set at Dekmantel Festival 2019.
Recording of Surgeon's set at Dekmantel Festival 2015.
Recording of Donato Dozzy's set at Dekmantel Festival 2016.
Recording of John Talabot's set at Dekmantel Festival 2019.
Recording of Young Marco's set at Dekmantel Festival 2018.
Recording of Helena Hauff's & DJ Stingray's set at Dekmantel Festival 2016.
Recording of Lena Willikens' set at Dekmantel Festival 2016.
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Red Nailmaker. The anonymous post-industrial project derives its name from St.Petersburg's steel-rolling factory, a monument of 1930’s constructivism. Following the ethos of the art movement, Red Nailmaker delivers a raw, abstract and mechanical sound. Pushing through a boiling brew of techno, EBM, industrial, rhythmic noise and dub. New Brvtalism No. 240 is an exceptional mix of some of our favorite concepts, themes and sounds. www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism240rednailmaker/

@rednailmaker

TRACK LIST:

1 Hypnoskull - You Hear Me (Talk Dilettant Strategies) - Folgsamkeitfaktor [#FSFR004]
2 Ahmad - Hollow (feat. Dreadmaul) - Tech Cycle
3 Fret - Helicopter Rig - Downwards
4 Peryl - Against Your Order - Lebendig
5 Developer - On The Hunt - Sleaze Records
6 Modular Phaze - Frame 24 - Mephyst
7 Olēka - Welter - Sticky Ground
8 RE_P - Electron, A Subatomic Particle - Blush Recordings
9 Peryl - Molotov Brutality - Lebendig
10 I Murdered - Blood In Blood Out (Orphx Remix) - Reclaim Your City
11 Max Durante - Sadness - Aufnahme + Wiedergabe
12 Synapscape - Soundcheck - Ant-Zen
13 Ansome - Pedal To The Metal - Perc Trax
14 Hypnoskull - The Sekret Part 3 (Two Enemy Machines Hard Drum'n Bass Edit) - Ant-Zen
15 Vlaysin - Fast Forward - RAW
16 Rendered - Seedex - RAW
17 Ornviom - Dopamine Rush - Insane Industry
18 The KLF - America: What Time Is Love? (Extended Mix) - KLF Communications
19 Hadone - Plague Of Intensity - Them
20 Red Nailmaker - The Pit Of Calamity Part 2 - Unreleased
21 Hypnoskull - The Trickster - Folgsamkeitfaktor [#FSFR004]
Rich, textured techno by Tokyo-based Yukimasa.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/?p=12554

https://soundcloud.com/djyukimasa
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Positive Centre + Tullia Benedicta on In Silent Series X. Created by label head Positive Centre, In Silent Series X brings a huge batch of sounds for you to use in your own experiments. In this pack you will find hundreds of loops and sounds to serve as raw materials to be cut up, rearranged and manipulated to create your own tracks which you can submit to In Silent Series to be considered for a future compilation (next submission date is September 1st).

As a guide to these sounds, In Silent Series will be releasing a series of 4 track EP’s created by some of the most talented producers of the modern era using the ISS X Sounds. Today we present a stellar track from ISS founder Positive Centre and Italian artist Tullia Benedicta. The piece perfectly builds from haunting atmospheres to rhythmic experimentations for a powerful composition which lodges deep in the psyche. Further, the 10th EP on ISSX brings together some of today’s most talented producers including Stephanie Sykes, Ireen Amnes and  Go Hiyama.

Out August 1st. Get yours at: www.thebrvtalist.com/positivecentretulliabenedicta/

@in-silent-series
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from End Train vs. Flaminia. The Londoners return to Metempsychosis for a new release titled Full Swap, a joint effort between Flaminia, End Train and Tapefeed with remixes from Swarm Intelligence, EOMAC and 6SISS. Today we present “Sense Withdrawals (6SISS Remix)” which puts a more menacing twist on the original and adds a seething industrial atmosphere. The rest of the release finds the trio in top form, playing off each other’s strengths and the Full Swap title couldn’t be more appropriate as we see the artists mixing and matching to create an exceptional release that covers a wide array of sounds that work on many different levels.

Out July 30th on digital formats. Pick yours up now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/endtrainvsflaminiasensewithdrawalsremix/

@metempsychosis
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Stave. “Dead End” is the Chicago artist’s contribution to the powerful new v/a compilation, Travels To Sadness, Hate and Depression Vol. 2 (Voidance). The release follows up last year’s compilation and continues to expand on the label’s universe of sound which includes noisy landscapes, abstract techno/industrial and ambient compositions. Today’s premiere sees a Brvtalist favorite in top form with a heavy industrialized piece which shreds all in its path. The release also features great music by Nigh/T\Mare, Samot, Clarence Park and more.

Travels To Sadness, Hate and Depression Vol. 2 is on August 24th on limited tape and digital. Pick up yours on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/stavedeadend/

@voidanceberlin
RYC 393 | Fractions
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Halv Drøm. The Berlin-based artist and Fleisch co-founder is back on his resident label with a debut LP titled Slum Vatic. Not constrained to any genres but still operating in a dance floor-driven universe, Halv Drøm takes on industrial, body and more all awash in a dystopian haze of post-punk guitars and field recordings from the beyond. Today we present, “Psyops”, which is probably my favorite track on the release and leaves you with a bitter sweet sense of nostalgia but with a strong desire to want more. Ultimately, Slum Vatic represents some of the artist’s best work to date.

Out August 31st, 2020 on 12” and digital. Pre-order yours now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/halvdrompsyops/

@fleisch-berlin
Kizen, founded by Romi, has exhibited a profound vision on electronic music with the mesmerising consistent output of innovative music. We are thrilled to release the very first Kizen label mix, accompanied by an interview with the man behind the label's vision.

Read the interview: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/07/27/mnmt-label-showcase-kizen/

https://soundcloud.com/kizenrecords
GAIKA has been hailed as one of Britain’s most vital rappers. His confrontational music — and writing — is proudly Black, addressing as it does issues of the immigrant experience, gentrification and violence. It’s been called everything from gothic dance hall to industrial electronics for the way it distills Caribbean traditions and the contemporary sound of London, while he sees himself more of an afropunk with eyes very much on the future. Next to a full length and a number of EPs on Warp, this month he has collaborated with NAAFI affiliates on his new EP 'Seguridad' — which is out now —, while his collective The Spectacular Empire continues with its series of streams aimed at celebrating Black culture and raising money for Black causes.

Over the course of an hour on this week’s mix, GAIKA serves up a positive musical selection. There are times when things get impossibly smooth, but pained passages often follow. It means one minute glossy r&b and purple funk fest you up, then gorgeous original instrumentals and sombre strings bring you back down. Complex and wide-ranging, it’s a mix that goes way beyond club functionality, instead managing to tell the sort of personal stories that real mixtapes should.
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new track from Militiā. “Heaven In Hell” is a full techno assault, which comes off the new EP, Demand For Pleasure, out today on SXCALA. For this one, the UK project delivers five tracks of pummeling industrial, seething techno and even some broken beat for another excellent EP. “Heaven In Hell” is an aggressive, menacing work with a crushing sound and evil vocals which elevates the track to new levels of sinister. Militiā has become a favorite project as of late and hits all the right notes of genre bending, socio-political infused chaos.

Pick this one up today on digital formats. www.thebrvtalist.com/militiaheaveninhell/

@sxcala
RA Podcast 738 Grant Aaron. Ambient world-building from Mysteries Of The Deep.
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Hexual Sarassment. The project of Oguz Gulcenbay, better known as DJ and producer OGUZ, and Jasper Seidel, an artist who broadly experiments with all kinds of musical techniques, they both didn't want to produce hard rave/trance music that is just about making you sweat. The duo seeks to play on your feelings, stand for a movement and bring music with a story and a real sound - hard metal infused industrial techno that is not about negativity. They focus on delivering a positive message against a society driven by toxic masculinity and speak up to a world in social decay.

New Brvtalism No. 239 shows the full power of Hexual Sarassment. Erupting from industrial, metal, techno and more, this is a truly punishing set from one of our favorite projects right now. Stay tuned for more from these guys on Brvtalist Sound Recordings later this year. www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism239hexualsarassment/

@hexualsarassment

Track list:
Atrium Carceri - A Curved Blade + Black Flag - Let Your Fingers Do The Walking
Asche - Kiss the Whip
Ugandan Methods, Prurient - Call 1 + Hexual Sarassment Live
Fear Factory - Edgecrusher
:Wumpscut: - Loyal to My Hate
Flesh Field - Seethe
Pneumatic Detach - Noise Drum (Esa Mix)
Xotox - Eisenkiller
Stahlschlag - Routine
Hexual Sarassment - unreleased
Endif - Churl
Dulce Liquido - Humid Dreams
Acylum - Rape
Terrorfakt - The Fine Art Of Killing
Terrorfakt - Welcome To Hell
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Randstad. “Metalloid” is the Dutch producer’s contribution to the new v/a compilation, Still Life (Veyl). inspired by the photographs of Tomaso Lisca, the release brings together label veterans and more for a diverse trip through electro and other varieties of left field electronics. “Metalloid” quickly became a favorite of the release with its heavy, rhythmic metallic sounds, fused with electronic experiments ready for any situation. The release also features contributions from Lokier, Morah, Jensen Interceptor, Cardopusher and Empire State.

Still Life is out July 27th on 12” and digital formats. Pick yours up now on Bandcamp.
https://veyl.bandcamp.com/album/still-life
www.thebrvtalist.com/randstadmetalloid/

@veylrecords@thomasbakk
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Thissperso. The Argentinian-born, Barcelona-based artist delivers six mind-melting tracks off the new split tape with Yozy titled 99% Fiel on Valencia’s Fill-Lex Records. Thissperso’s tracks feel like a shock to the system, striking fast and hard, oscillating between chaotic strains EBM, club and other electronic structures. “Desata” captures this environment perfectly, as the track gets beneath your skin yet you can’t quite place it.

Out July 25th on limited cassette and digital formats. Get yours on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/thisspersodesata/

@fill-lexrecords
@thissperso
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Torn Relics. The London-based duo contributes “When The World Could Not Sleep”, a powerful, meditative piece which comes off the new v/a compilation from Loose Lips. The organization brings together a range of artists from across the world who they’ve connected with throughout the last 6 years of the LL journey.

The wide range of music chosen echoes LL’s passion for unique music from all horizons. From raucous sound system music of many forms through to pertinent poetry, crazy industrial experiments, chilling ambience and eccentric breakbeats. Given the compilations diversity, LL has separated the v/a into volumes, with Vol. 1 covering more dance floor friendly sounds and Vol. 2 being more experimental.

Further, proceeds from this release will aid be donated to the Ruff Sqwad Arts Foundation. Grime pioneers Rapid and Slix (Prince Owusu-Agyekum and Ebenezer Ayerh) started this foundation in 2017 in order to help create opportunities for young people who have incredible talent but who are from a less advantaged background, thus potentially not having the chances to develop their skills to the fullest.

Having been inspired by the sounds that spawned from Ruff Sqwad, other Grime originals, and so many other resulting waves of UK music, it was so energizing to find out more about this amazing work that has evolved from it. They approach education and collaboration in an incredibly genuine and musically apt way - creating a bridge between grassroots ethics and industry ambition.

Support this project now on LL’s Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/tornrelicslooselips/

@loose-lips123
RYC 392 | MARRØN
Talismann is the techno alias of the Dutch house artist Makam. Under this name he makes dark, dubby, wormhole techno that is designed for dance floor meditation, and he exclusively serves it up on his own self titled label. The man behind the music stays in the shadows, and while his output is often heavy and doom laden, it is also alluring mysterious and atmospheric in a way that is never too oppressive.

Today we're treated to a special mix filled with up-to-now unreleased tracks from Talismann's forthcoming, multi-part album 'Percussion'. Part 1 lands today on Bandcamp, however, with more to follow later in summer. Hearing all this material together in a mix, as the artist indeed, is a special treat which makes for a perfectly sequenced trip through empty industrial spaces, thronging warehouses and alien planets. It is hugely rhythmic, compelling techno, but is finished with a subtle sense of sound design that makes it as cerebral as it is physical.

talismann.bandcamp.com/album/percussion-part1
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Balrog. The UK-based artist returns to Gobsmacked for a driving, industrial techno release aptly titled The Darkness EP. With three originals and two brain breaking remixes from Rowka and Millhouse, the DJ and producer shows once again he is one of the most exciting artists crafting old school inspired floor destroyers, this time fusing his unique brand of heaviness with funky grooves. Today we premiere, “Return To Darkness”, a track that has already seen a lot of action at Brvtalist HQ and has quickly become as summer favorite.

The Darkness EP is out July 27th, 2020 and you can get yours on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/balrogreturnofdarkness/

@gobsmackedrecords
RA Podcast 737 DJ Perception. The hidden heart of South London's UK garage scene steps out.
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Marina Aleksandra. The Warsaw-born, Wrocław-based producer and DJ began her musical journey at the early age of 15 as the lead singer for the Twirls. She also graduated from the Breslau School of Modern Music and stormed onto the scene in 2018, quickly playing at some of Poland’s top clubs and then moving on to international stages like London’s Inferno, Berlin’s Kit Kat, Hysteria Paris and more. Characterized by a heavy, industrial sound, Aleksandra has released music on labels like Coup, Insane Industry and her debut EP was released by Advanced Black.

New Brvtalism 238 continues to evolve her sound and showcases raw, body music, mutant techno and industrial strains. Also be on the look out for new material from Aleksandra later this year on Brvtalist Sound Recordings.

@marina-aleksandra

____ TRACKLIST__________
1. HIDE - Fucked (I Found Heaven)
2. Mala Herba - Dawaj
3. Randolph & Mortimer - Sermon Three
4. UNHUMAN & PETRA FLURR - Had Enough
5. Nghtly - A Young White Brunch
6. Autumns - Take Your Leather Gloves And Fuck Off
7. Otto Titto - RD10-90
8. Wvalaam Klous - Suffer (Fairground of Tears Remix)
9. Chris Shape & Dave Inox - Diss Out
10. Nixon Helix - Inner Rebel
11. Ethan Fawkes - Obscure Territory
12. Hirise - Your Face is a Window
13. Organik Fanatik - Lick My Soul
14. Front 242 - Take One (Radical G Remix)
15. Cardopusher - Programmed To Consume
16. Poison Affair - La Voisine
17. QUAL - On My Death Bed
18. Nocturnerror - Saliva String ( Sharplines_Nathaniel "Six Strings" Remix)
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from obwigszyh. “phate188” comes off the Hungarian artist’s new album, Personal Data, out today on Budapest-based label EXILES. The album is a tremendous work of ambient and left field techno experimentations which was created during isolation. In addition, each track comes with its own artwork and the narrative told by the artists represents different focal points of time and space. “phate188” is a transcendent piece of futuristic electronics that sounds like a soundtrack to another time.
Personal Data is out July 17th, 2020 on CD and digital formats. Get yours now on Bandcamp.

@exiles-electronics
Peder Mannerfelt’s highly individual take on techno demands attention and consideration. While his many-sided body of work reaches back more than a decade, the Swedish producer’s current investigations in the field of experimental dance music are as prolific as they are unpredictable. Enjoy!

Interview: http://iliantape.de/ilian-tape-podcast-series-053/
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new track from Autumns. The Irish artist is back on Clan Destine Records and causing more havoc than ever before. Today we premiere, “Everyone Thinks I’ve Headed On”, an acid laced, post-punk-infused decimator which perfectly captures the mood of the release. Autumns is always oscillating between genres and this latest work sees him in top form.

Laying Heavy is out on cassette and digital formats July 23 and you can pick it up on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/autumnseveryonethinksiveheaddedon/

@carl-clan-d
We are pleased to present a new track from Antonio vs. Raw Ambassador. The Frankfurt-based producer delivers a great new album on Italy’s Marguerite Records. Today we premiere “Der Kind” which is the the seventh track on the album and exemplifies the artist’s raw sound of electro, industrial and body music. All the tracks on the album creep up and take over your system with their violent, infectious rhythms.

The album will be released on July 20th on limited cassette and digital formats. Pick yours up now on Bandcamp.

@marguerite-records
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new track from Body Beat Ritual. “Teethgrinder” is off the New Zealand-based artist’s new album, Rawdogs, a collection of 8 rough and rugged tracks seething with mutant body music and technoid fury. Today we present “Teethgrinder” which punishes with its high intensity rhythms and menacing vocal samples. Get into this hard hitting work now and pick up the Rawdogs album on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/bodybeatritualteethgrinder/

@bodybeatritual
The Brvtalist is proud to present a special edition mix from Söderberg. The current auditory inspirations of designer Richard Söderberg and his namesake label, this is a slowly accelerating hallucination of deviant futures. Enjoy the mix and shop the label at: https://www.richardsoderberg.com/
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Jamie 3:26 has been a pivotal part of the Chicago scene for decades. Hailing from the South Side, he has been immersed in the city’s musical culture since day one, and not long after started to help shape it with his own expressive DJ sets and edits. Many of them made it into A Taste of Chicago on BBE, a compilation he put together of his own early takes on Windy City mainstays like Chip E, Jungle Wonz and Braxton Holmes back in March. Over the years, he has held various residencies in the city and soon went on to break out onto the international circuit, where he continually represents his hometown sound with real authority.

Opening up with what sounds like a snippet from a pastor’s sermon, there is plenty of real life spirituality in this mix from the off. The ensuing two hours are a real lesson in groove and emotion, a panoply of house, funk, soul and disco that is loose limbed and expressive but also masterfully sequenced so as to tell a real story. It is a wonderfully widescreen representation of a city from someone who knows it as well as anyone, and one that will have you cutting loose and shifting shapes in no time.
RYC 391 | Wallis
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Izzi Bizzi. The co-founder of the Berlin art collective and label Bipølar, after finishing her audio production studies at SAE institute Berlin, she began producing her own tracks, which are characterized by rough vocals, heavy metal and industrial sounds. Her first EP “STFU” was released in February on Bipølar and she’s played across Europe and in both Central and South America. This entry into our series is a diverse journey through the artist’s sound. From melancholic moods to bursts of energy across techno, industrial and experimental genres, an eclectic mix which represents the artist’s unique approach to art and music. www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism237/

@izzibizzimusic
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from WTCHCRFT. The Brooklyn-based artist returns for Vol. 2 of the Acid EP series and delivers even more scorching chemical madness. Today we premiere, “TheAbolitionist”, which is a powerful, tension building work which is the perfect acid drenched soundtrack to modern chaos. Further, proceeds from the release will go to the Okra Project, a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever they can reach them.

Support this one now on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/wtchcrfttheabolitionist/

@wtchcrft2
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from NZM 99. “No Reason” is off the new v/a compilation out on recently launched TJALK Records. Named after a Dutch boat that can travel on rivers as well as on the sea, the Lyon-based imprint uses this versatility theme to traverse the sounds of EBM, synth and wave. Their second release is a strong compilation which features artists like Persona Non Grata, Romance Disaster, Evil Dust and more. Today we premiere a huge track from label founder NZM 99 and “No Reason” is mutant strains of EBM, wave and techno which drills right through the heart.

The compilation is out July 13th and you can get it on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist/nzm99noreason/

@nzm99
@tjalkrecords
We are pleased to present a new track from Especta Negra. “The Passion Of Love” comes off the new compilation, Red Shadows (Witches Are Back) and all proceeds will support the “Nessuna da sola - sostieni le sexworker” campaign which gives assistant to sex workers in Italy during the Covid-19 emergency. In Italy, many "non conventional" jobs have no real income (mostly “black money”) and those who work in these jobs are essentially invisible to the Italian government so there is no access to any kind of social assistance benefits. For sex workers already living in precarious and difficult conditions, this has become a real humanitarian crisis. Organized and promoted by the trans-feminist collective Ombre Rosse and a wide network of pro-sex workers associations the campaign seeks to support those in need.

Consisting of 13 tracks, Red Shadows covers the Witches Are Back sound - from industrial to noise, techno to acid-house. Today we premiere “The Passion Of Love” by Especta Negra which showcases her raw, powerful electronics sound. The compilation is out July 10th and you can support on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/espectranegrathepassionoflove/

@espectranegra
Exhilarating abstract sounds by experimental techno & DnB hybrid producer Lemna.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/07/07/mnmt-recordings-lemna-live-contact-tokyo/

https://soundcloud.com/lemnamusic
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Society of Silence. “Octomom” comes off the new EP, Too Many Daddies, out July 15th on Activities Records. The veteran French duo has previously released material on some great labels and now joins Acid Mercenaries, Silicon Vallée and LL32 on Activities. They now present a 4 track EP of twisted electro and diabolical techno experiments. Today we premiere “Octomom” which straddles the lines between genres and takes the listener on a dark, paranoid journey. A great release of mutant electronic strains and dance floor quirkiness.

Out on limited vinyl July 15. www.thebrvtalist.com/societyofslienceoctomom/

@society_of_silence
Juliana Huxtable continually crosses boundaries and breaks down borders. Her multidisciplinary art takes in writing, performing, poetry, DJing and running the Shock Value nightlife project in New York, where the Texan currently lives. She explores themes of history, the body, the internet and much more, often with a strong sense of personal identity. Next to solo exhibitions she has authored two books, worked as a Visiting Artists Program lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is involved with a number of collectives that challenge gender norms, interrogate notions of race and engage with socio-political issues and sexuality, often in visceral ways.

This week's mix is just as direct and physical. It is a sound college filled with rage and confrontation, where brutalist industrial textures and squealing synths crash into banging techno. Human voices are mangled into walls of white noise and uncontrollable machines run riot in what could be a soundtrack to the end of the world, or the start of a new one.
Zenker Brothers @ Club Quarantäne by ILIAN TAPE
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Kastil. “Infrared Band” comes off The Falling Acts EP, the artist’s new release on Spain’s Stale records. Consisting of four tracks, the EP shows Kastil’s impressive versatility, ranging from haunting soundscapes to high octane dance floor ready gems. Today we present “Infrared Band”, which quickly became a favorite of the release with its tension building mood mutating into futuristic sonic destroyer.

The release is out on digital formats July 14th.

@kastilmusic
RYC 390 | Hyperaktivist
An exploration in sound by Monument's Editor-in-chief Conor OG.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/07/03/mnmt-266-an-exploration-in-sound-by-conor-og/

@whitetransitvan
The Brvtalist is proud to present a live set from Bryan Valenzuela. The Colombian born, Berlin-based producer and DJ has been tearing through the scene with his unique sound of modular synths, intense distortions and rave ready energy. With releases on labels like Detroit Underground and collaborations with artists VSK, Codex Empire, Giant Swan and Crystal Geometry, Valenzuela is an exciting name to watch.

Recorded live in Manizales, Colombia, New Brvtalism No. 236 is a live set that puts Valenzeula’s sound on full display and shows his ability to destroy. www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism236/

@brayanvalenzuela
HATE exclusive premiere.
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Artist: Various Artists
Title: WAVE 4 RAVE
Label: NineTimesNine
Catalogue: NTNVA001
Format: 12" Vinyl (printed sleeve)
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Release date (vinyl): 10th of July 2020
Release date (digital, bandcamp only): 24th July 2020
Mastering: Conor Dalton
Artwork: Matteo Bocci

Tracklist:
A1 Dyen - Ghetto
A2 Nico Moreno - Hey Bast**d
B1 WNDRLST - Suspension Of Disbelief
B2 Kozlov - Requiem For A Dream

999999999 open the doors to the new wave of techno talents. Dyen, Nico Moreno, Wndrlst and Kozlov contribute with 4 direct techno bangers.

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The Brvtalist is pleased to present the music video premiere of “Suture” by Purgate. The solo project of Frederic Arbour (1/2 of Industrial Techno duo Stärker, Visions), the artist crafts deep ambient atmospherics, exploring purely analog circuitry through dense layers of treated modular systems and sparse, pulsing rhythmic structures. “Suture” comes off the new Elemental 12” (Aufnahme + Wiedergabe), a collection of six sonic compositions which pervade the sense and disorient the mind. The video is created by longtime friend and experimental filmmaker Karl Lemieux (Live film projectionist for God Speed You Black Emperor), keeping a focus on all analog mediums with live projections of abstract layers of decomposed 16mm film experiments.

Elemental is out July 3rd on Aufnahme + Wiedergabe. watch the video at: www.thebrvtalist.com/purgatesuture/

@aufnahme-wiedergabe
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from WarinD. “Don’t Buy Your Hype” is the title track off the new EP on Cluster Node and finds the Italian producer at full force. The EP contains two originals and two remixes from heavyweights Crystal Geometry and Aneed. “Don’t Buy Your Hype” is a moody, electrifying work of acid synth-lines and melodies which leaves the listener in a hypnotic state. Cluster Node has been on a tear as of late and this is another great release from a must-watch label right now.

Out July 9th on digital format. www.thebrvtalist.com/warinddontbuyyourhype/

@clusternode
@warind
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere new tracks by Kander and Makornik. Today we present “Opt-In” and “Incongruous Force”, two massive works which come off the new v/a, Public Hostility, which also helps launch the new label, Civil Unrest. The compilation showcases the direction of the label and features many current Brvtalist favorites including Kontain, bunkerterror, åre:gone and many more. “Opt-In” blows down the door and rushes through your veins at an alarming pace. In just a short time, Kander has become one of the most exciting new projects to watch and their brand of heavy, hostile techno continues to evolve. “Incongruous Force” is the perfect name for Makornik’s heavy display of sheer power.

Out July 6th on digital format, we look forward to more from Civil Unrest. www.thebrvtalist.com/publichositility/

@civil_unrest
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track by Kander. “Opt-In” is a massive work from the UK-based duo which comes off the new v/a, Public Hostility, which also helps launch the new label, Civil Unrest. The compilation showcases the direction of the label and features many current Brvtalist favorites including Kontain, bunkerterror, åre:gone and many more. “Opt-In” blows down the door and rushes through your veins at an alarming pace. In just a short time, Kander has become one of the most exciting new projects to watch and their brand of heavy, hostile techno continues to evolve.

Out July 6th on digital format, we look forward to more from Civil Unrest. www.thebrvtalist.com/publichostility/

@civil_unrest
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Chlär. The Berlin-based artist is set to drop the new EP, Artificial Supremacy (Bipolar Disorder) and today we present The Chronics remix of the title track. As the name implies, the release reminds us of the ever-growing presence of technology and its ultimate power over us. The tracks here feature warped, off-kilter synths, peak time dominance and high-octane rhythms with sinister atmospheres.

Out July 1st on vinyl format. Visit Bipolar Disorder to get yours. www.thebrvtalist.com/chlarartificialsupremacy/

@bipolardisorder01
The Brvtalist pleased to premiere a new track from Ogmah. “Slaughterhouse” is the artist’s contribution to the new various artists compilation on Rennes-based label Askorn. Specializing in industrial techno and other forms of sonic brvtality, Askorn delivers their fourth v/a and it’s a true punisher, presenting some of today’s most exciting names in the scene including Ayarcana, Exome, Aneed, Makornik and Anthro. Today we premiere, Ogmah’s slow burning, cinematic piece, “Slaughterhouse”. The track sets a haunting mood, pulling you in to its lair of chaos.

The compilation is out July 3rd on limited vinyl and digital.

@askorn-records
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Tanya Leigh. “Machine” comes off the new EP, Origin, out today on OMEN Recordings. For the label’s 13th release, we find the Minneapolis producer in top form with two original tracks and 3 remixes from Brvtalist favorites Ayarcana, Marina Aleksandra and Axkan. Today we premiere the EP opener, “Machine”, which is a militant dance floor destroyer with assaulting drum patterns and haunting atmospheres. The title is perfect for the track’s cold industrial feel and exudes humanoid characteristics.

Leigh has delivered another great modern techno EP on OMEN and we look forward to more. Out June 29th on digital format. www.thebrvtalist.com/tanyaleighmachine/

@omenrecs
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Kareem. One of the most influential figures of Berlin’s electronic music history, Kareem has been active since 1996 and is the founder of Zhark Recordings, an important label which is known for pushing the boundaries of dance music. He now lands on Aesthetical for a powerful solo work which further cements his status as an innovator and producer who is not confined by genre or sound.

Ligeia is a 5 track EP which takes three tracks from last year’s Garden Of Time (Zhark) release and adds two tracks which include “Sorcerer” a recent production of technoid mayhem and tension-building atmospheres which unleash hostility and engulfs us in an electronic inferno.

The EP is out July 3rd on limited vinyl and digital. Visit Bandcamp to get yours. www.thebrvtalist.com/kareemsorcerer/

@aesthetical_recordings
Welsh singer, musician and producer Kelly Lee Owens has come a long way since her former life as a nurse. That was during her teens, before she went on to work in London's Pure Groove Records, play bass in shoegaze band History of Apple Pie and then link with Daniel Avery to provide vocals on his Drone Logic album. Those sessions had a big impact and served as the catalyst that fully converted Owens to techno. In 2017, her self titled debut album confirmed she was a vital new voice and picked up critical acclaim. Showcasing a bouncy, pop laced take on the genre, it was truly unique and will be followed up by new album Inner Song in August this year.

Ahead of that comes a mix that plays with bendy bass and rubber kick drum patterns that can go from club ready one moment to more uncanny the next. Drones, resonant frequencies and a real grasp of empty space and absorbing atmosphere all define the journey, which means there is plenty of time to think, get drawn in and lost in sound.
RYC 389 | Endlec
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Johnny Piras. “Black Sun” comes of the new various artist compilation, Ethereal Sounds Guiding Towards Salvation (Expel Your Demons). The compilation is meant to reflect the apocalyptic times in which we live and the label has invited different artists to express themselves during this volatile period. The result is a powerful releases which also acts as a cathartic experience at a time when this is needed. Today we present Johnny Prias’ “Black Sun” which is a crushing techno track laced with the despair and salvation of the times.

This massive, 18 track compilation will be out July 15 as a name your own price release. Follow Expel Your Demons on Bandcamp to stay updated. www.thebrvtalist.com/johnnypirasblacksun/

@expelyourdemons
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix by Balrog. Hailing from the Yorkshire Dales just outside of Leeds, Balrog is a NeoRave and industrial techno producer and DJ who has quickly become one of our favorite artists to watch. The young artist has been on a tear with huge releases on labels like The Meaning Of Rave, COUP, Green Fetish and others and has delivered punishing sets infused with classic hard rave style and grooving techno of the early 2000's with an injection of modern industrial power. We are thrilled to host this massive two-hour set which is an unparalleled journey through Balrog’s sound.
www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism235balrog/

@balrogtechno
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Morsure. The Frenchman arrives on Tenebrism for a crushing EP of groovy, highly evolved techno. Today we premiere the title track, “Unknown Matter”, and the producer admits it’s his coldest production yet. An alarming, tension building work ready to be unleashed during peak time hours. The EP features two more originals plus a huge remix from Brvtalist favorite LVTL.

Unknown Matter is out June 27 on digital format. www.thebrvtalist.com/morsureuknownmatter

@morsureofc
@tenebrismrecords
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere “Azteka Tekno” from Ober Dada. The Russian artist lands on Berlin’s MANHIGH for an outstanding EBM and techno EP which weaves in elements of Dadaist, Futurist and Suprematist art. The release also features vocal guests from the Krasnodar Opera on "Tomorrow No" and "Erdefalt" and the lyrics are sourced from WWI-era apocalyptic poetry. Today we feature the title track and the release instantly struck me with its infectious sounds and conceptual approach. A totally refreshing take on EBM, techno and beyond which is most welcome during these times.

The EP is out now on 12” and digital formats. www.thebrvtalist.com/oberdadaaztekatekno/

@manhighrecordings
The Brvtalist is pleased to present new music from DRIADA. The Russian producer, singer-songwriter and owner of Moscow’s Routine Records is also a multi-instrumentalist and is previously known for her Alexandra Pride project which found great acclaim throughout Russia. After starting to produce electronic music, DRIADA was born and her debut LP, Obolochka / Оболочка was introduced to the world.

Inspired by dreadful folk fairytales, futuristic dystopias and more, Driada mixes genres and languages to create something that is otherworldly, yet firmly rooted in our times. today we present “Hectic Path” which beautifully displays her songwriting ability.

Out June 26th on Routine Records. www.thebrvtalist.com/driadahecticpath/

@routinemoscow
Tasha runs the Neighbourhood record label and techno party since ten years. She is a dope and experienced dj too. Enjoy!

Interview: http://iliantape.de/ilian-tape-podcast-series-052/
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from V i z i o n n. The French producer delivers “Bang That Box” to the new compilation, Dirty Fucking Basslines, out on Parisian imprint KTK Records. The multi-faceted artist is also known for his striking visual design which encompasses everything from 3D mapping to artistic lighting design. Apart from that, he is also DJ and producer bringing a sense of euphoria to every dance floor he encounters. “Bang That Box” is an acid laced rave banger which does just what it says.

The release also features tracks by Rainer-K, The Overseer and Jean Terechkova. Out June 28th and head to the label’s Bandcamp to pick it up.

@ktkrecords
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Weever. “Loyauté” comes off the new various artists release which also launches the Rennes-based label VIVES. The name comes from a family of sea fish that bury themselves in the sand and have venomous spines which sting people who walk on them. Their stings often cause severe pain that spreads to the bones. This is an appropriate name for today’s track which is a slow burning, yet highly toxic mix of industrial, electro and more which quickly infects all systems. The release also features music from Clarence Park, Kronom and Distant. In addition, the label has collaborated with French artist Alexandre Viaud for the striking artwork which is also available as a poster.

The release it out June 30th on limited cassette and digital formats. www.thebrvtalist.com/weeverloyaute/

@user-889956485
Daniel Gomez has proven incredibly hard to pin down since he first emerged. After starting down a path that very quickly took him to the best clubs in the world but off the back of a sound that wasn't really his, he has managed to rewrite perceptions. After deciding to do things his own way, at his own pace, he is now known for what he really loves: techno, electro and IDM. Just recently he continued his collaborative work with Brazilian RHR on four dark, gritty and evocative cuts on OmniDisc, and has more music on the way soon on Schematic Records.

This mix hints at what to expect from that EP, says Danny. "Due to the current conditions, I decided to go with chill zone session for this one mixed live with a bunch of the styles that influenced me over the last 20 years. Went a bit more trip-hop/IDM/electro with it which points to the direction the upcoming EP and album later in the year. Hope everyone has a nice week." So strap in for two freewheeling hours of interplanetary sonics, churning rhythms and otherworldly cinematics that will start your week right.
RYC 388 | UVB
We are absolutely thrilled to share the recording of Svreca's performance at the magnificent Paral·lel festival.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/06/19/mnmt-recordings-svreca-paral%c2%b7lel-festival-2019/
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Lukr Range. The Berlin-based DJ and producer is also the founder of Sønder events and co-runs the Eclectique label. For the past few years she has brought her deep, subversive sets across the German capital and beyond and has already released some great material on Groove Manipulation, SUB Records and most recently on Eclectique with the track “Fire Whisper ft. Marla”. In addition, she also started an electronic music production school in 2018 and that has further unlocked new experiments in sound and collaborations in genres from punk to soul. Today we are thrilled to host this great set which journeys through Range’s diverse sound.
www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism234lukrrange/

@lukr-range
Today we are pleased to support a new various artists compilation from Tales of Psychofonia. / Θ Ρ Α Υ Σ Μ Α Τ Α / brings together a diverse group of artists for 12 tracks which showcase some of the most exciting established and emerging artists across the synth, body, techno and industrial genres. In addition, all proceeds from this release will go to Caring For Bristol, to support their precious work with the homeless during these difficult times.

To support the release, we are proud to premiere a track from Helena Markos. “The Worst Is Not Pain” is a powerful track that penetrates the body with its hard hitting rhythmic style and ominous vocals. The release is out digitally June 21st. www.thebrvtalist.com/caringforbristol/

@talesofpsychofonia
Beautifully lush and dreamy electronica by Amsterdam-based Will Oirson.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/06/18/mnmt-264-lush-dreamy-electronica-by-will-oirson/

https://soundcloud.com/willoirson
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Brulée. “Vanity” is the first track off the upcoming release 'Red Shell', forthcoming on Carcères Records. Since 2017, Brulée seduces the scene by offering industrial techno dotted with spatial and melancholic melodies. For their first vinyl release, Brulée and Deevai have invited Berlin based producer Hephaistos and Scottish producer Sluhg for an additional two tracks. Four video clips produced by Vladimir DMDJ will be part of this new project. The visuals will immerse us into the intimacy of the individual's relationship with himself, admiring his relationship with his body or perhaps testifying to his encounter with the other.

Out July 3rd on vinyl + digital. www.thebrvtalist.com/bruleevanity/

@carceres-records
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Nghtly. “Fashion Distress” comes off the new v/a compilation, ASM-II, out next week on Brazil’s Forkha Records. The release includes material from some of the best operating today including Chrome Corpse, Mind | Matter and BSR’s own Wvalaam Klous. The tracks represent the many mutant forms of body, synth, wave and industrial music and “Fashion Distress” represents this perfectly. A raw, striking piece that sends shockwaves down the spine.

ASM-II is out June 22nd on limited cassette and digital. www.thebrvtalist.com/nghtlyfashiondistress/

@forkharecs
In the last couple of years, London's SHERELLE has torn through the dance music world like a tornado. Everything she does is high speed and high impact, from what she mixes to the way she mixes it. Her dizzying mix of footwork, jungle and drum & bass has breathed new life into the 160bpm scene and got people all over Europe in a spin. As well as solo work, she plays as part of the 6 Figure Gang and runs the Hooversound Recordings label with Naina while also championing all things leftfield on her BBC Radio 1 residency.

Of course, her 80 minute mix for us is pure fire, a bumping ride through thrilling kick patterns, shimmering toms and drilling bass. It's underpinned with a constant sense of tension that keeps you utterly on the edge of your seat and variously explodes into life, or pulls back to a moment of unsettling calm. It tells the story of a rich history of UK music, but with a fresh perspective that makes it all the more vital.
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new song from Linea Aspera. After a 7 year hiatus, one of the genre's most beloved projects returns with all new material for their upcoming album, LP II. We are thrilled to host this incredible piece and to mark the duo's return we present an in depth interview with Ryan Ambridge and Alison Lewis. Read the Q&A and pre-order LP II on The Brvtalist now. www.thebrvtalist.com/lineaaspera/

@linea-aspera
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Ćyan ID. “Cell Of Glory” is the title track off the forthcoming release on Obscure Unfound. Hailing from Tbilisi, the artist drops a heavy EP featuring 4 cuts of floor destroying techno infused with elements of industrial, EBM and beyond. Today we unleash the EP’s first track which is a fully orchestrated onslaught of devastation.

The release also features a massive remix from Joe Farr. Out on digital June 19th. www.thebrvtalist.com/cyanidcellofglory/

@obscure-unfound
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere new tracks from Irshad Hussein and Michal Jablonski. The Azerbaijan-based artist contributes “Ascension” and the Polish producer delivers “On Own Beach” to the huge new various artist release, Ritual Act II on Prophet Recordings. The compilation brings together 16 artists from around the world which all share the same feeling of mental, hypnotic techno. The release includes artists like Telegram, Booz, DJ Surgeles, Echologist, Fixon, Giri, Jokasti & Nek, Mari Mattham, Oblivian, Oliver Rosemann, Ricardo Garduno, Ritzi Lee, Stanislav Tolchakev and Szmer. Today, we present Hussein’s “Ascenion” track which transports you to another time and space with its quiet yet powerful energy that leaves you mesmerized as well as Jabloski’s “On Own Beach” which is a driving work which obliterates all in its path.

On June 22nd on digital formats. www.thebrvtalist.com/ritualactii/

@prophetrecordings
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere new tracks from Irshad Hussein and Michal Jablonski. The Azerbaijan-based artist contributes “Ascension” and the Polish producer delivers “On Own Beach” to the huge new various artist release, Ritual Act II on Prophet Recordings. The compilation brings together 16 artists from around the world which all share the same feeling of mental, hypnotic techno. The release includes artists like Telegram, Booz, DJ Surgeles, Echologist, Fixon, Giri, Jokasti & Nek, Mari Mattham, Oblivian, Oliver Rosemann, Ricardo Garduno, Ritzi Lee, Stanislav Tolchakev and Szmer. Today, we present Hussein’s “Ascenion” track which transports you to another time and space with its quiet yet powerful energy that leaves you mesmerized as well as Jabloski’s “On Own Beach” which is a driving work which obliterates all in its path.

Out June 22, 2020 on digital formats. www.thebrvtalist.com/ritualactii/

@prophetrecordings
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Dr. Strange. The Dublin-based producer returns to AudioVoid with a five track released titled, The Dead, which sees the artist in top form and delivering his unique take on melancholic, dystopian techno. Today we premiere “Bloom”, which is an ominous, tension building work that is moody and menacing. With a remix from X-Core and a diverse set of influences, The Dead is a strong release that takes you into the void and back.

Out June 19th on digital formats. www.thebrvtalist.com/drstrangebloom/

@audiovoidrecordings
RYC 387 | Elad Magdasi & Mathias Weber
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Alessandro Nero. The Berlin-based DJ, producer, modular live act and founder of Kindcrime Recordings has been active since 2008. For over a decade he has brought his morbid take on industrial techno to multiple continents and destroyed clubs of all kinds. New Brvtalism No. 233 is a master work of undefinable genre and sound, complete with influences of acid, ebm, hardcore and breakbeat, but also towards reinterpretations and less direct influences of urban cultures such as metal and punk in their various facets. Both for purely artistic and personal reasons, Nero aims to project the idea of a futuristic global world which can live a socio-cultural epiphany through the understanding of all modern and effective styles to transmit something sensorially relevant and ultimately unifying.

Be on the look out for more from Alessandro Nero on The Brvtalist. www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism233/

@kindcrime-recordings
Riveting hypnotic sounds by Lithuania-based Jon in episode 263 of the MNMT Podcast. Enjoy.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/06/11/mnmt-263-riveting-hypnotic-techno-by-jon/

https://soundcloud.com/jonlt
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from One Track Brain. “Triathlon” comes off the huge new v/a compilation, Sum 8, out this month on Second State. Consisting of 12 tracks, the comp traverses space, time and sound with a variety of moody, atmospheric techno the label has become known for. From the deliciously unsettling blend of distorted stabs and tribal arpeggios of Secret Cinema’s “Zürich” to the thrilling suspense of “Fast Action” by Quenom, there is something for everyone on the release. Today, we bring you Belgian producer One Track Brain’s “Triathlon” which is a futuristic trip through the multiverse of techno and sci-fi that leaves you stranded in the unknown.

Sum 8 is out on digital June 12th and vinyl June 26th.
www.thebrvtalist.com/onetrackbraintriathlon/

@secondstateaudio
@onetrackbrain
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new video from Years Of Denial. Directed by Unn, “Life Is A Theater” is a stunning video work which uses architecture, the human form and more to convey the artist’s powerful message. Modular Mind is a label that provides a platform to help demarginalize artists that are expressing themselves within the boundaries of counterculture. The label always makes a statement with artists showing a side that is true to them and themselves.

The label's 9th installement; [MM05] Human Tragedy mini-LP by Years of Denial is no exception to their ethos. Here we can find some of YoD's most expressive work, a conceptualized statement from start to finish, holding the torch of what has been described as a lost doctrine (reporting the extreme parallels of the human condition). The duo's work on MM05 holds the users hand and shows them a window overlooking a peculiar world, void of perversion.

Modular Mind showcases this work in full by presenting a beautifully crafted 180g marbled vinyl, a strictly limited edition 60-page art booklet, and lastly a combination of body art expression and masterful envisioned video directive premiered here at The Brvtalist.

Out June 18th and you can pre-order the release. www.thebrvtalist.com/lifeisatheater/

@yearsofdenial
@modular-mind
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new track from X&trick. “What Does That Mean” comes off the new compilation, The Definition Of Neorave, out July 15th on Belgian imprint Rave Alert. The v/a comp finds 12 scorching tracks which traverse the sound of today’s rave movement while still paying homage to what’s come before. Today we premiere X&trick’s acid laced space banger which takes to new, unknown worlds.

The compilation is out July 15th on 2 x 12" and digital formats. www.thebrvtalist.com/xntrickwhatdoesthatmean/

@xntrick
@rave_alert
 RYC 386 | Introversion
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Executioners. The joint project of D. Carbone & noneoftheabove, this the duo’s first collaborative album, Decapitation LP "9 Takes for Beheading", out June 6th on Carbone Records. This album was recorded over 2 days of intense sessions after closing the By The Creek festival last year. The release contains 9 tracks of vicious experimental, industrial and hard techno ranging from the tension building introduction of “Take 1” to the twisted, pummeling force of “Take 5”, there are a thousand ways to be beheaded. Today, we premiere the heavy, eviscerating grooves of “Take 3”.

Out June 6th on Carbone Records. www.thebrvtalist.com/executionerstake3/

@d-carbone
@noneoftheaboveofficial
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Duellist & Kenny Campbell. “Kingpin” is the first track off the upcoming release Addiction Machine, forthcoming on Berlin’s Black Verb Records. Over the past couple of years, the two Scottish producers have become known for their ravaging, chaotic and punishing tracks of industrial, techno and more. Addiction Machine comes full force and blew us away with its ferocity and pure floor destruction. “Kingpin” is the perfect way to usher in the madness of the release.

Out June 11th on cassette and digital.

@blackverb
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track by Celldöd. “Aten Dig” comes off the new v/a compilation, Surviving in Europe (17-20), forthcoming on She Lost Kontrol. Following up on the label’s first Surviving In Europe compilation, the next installment contains works from 2017-2020 and represents 20 artists from across the continent. Today we present veteran Swedish producer Celldöd’s track which penetrates multiple genres and conveys a rough, rugged reality which only he can deliver.

In addition, the label offers up a great cassette, a new edition of Until Death fanzine and a limited shirt to mark the release. Out June 5th on She Lost Kontrol. www.thebrvtalist.com/celldodatendig/

@shelostkontrolrecords
Tribal and hypnotic sounds by Kayon in episode 261 of the MNMT Podcast.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/06/01/mnmt-261-tribal-and-hypnotic-sounds-by-kayon/

https://soundcloud.com/kayon_seoul
The Brvtalist is pleased to present the first release from Rubber Mind Recordings. Ecstasy & Transmutations is a six track various artist release which combines friends and collaborators from across the globe. Over the past few years, the Bogota, Colombia-based project has become known throughout the world for its event series which fuses performance, music and ritual to create a powerful presence which extends beyond any particular genre or style. Today we present two track - the premiere of Greek artist ANFS’ contribution to the release titled “Piperi” as well as “The Last Breathing” by Rubber Mind founders Common Poetry.

To mark the release, we asked founders Lina and Sebastian a few questions about the first record, the project, life in Colombia and more. Read at: www.thebrvtalist.com/ecstasyandtransmutation/

@rubbermindrecordings
The Brvtalist is pleased to present the first release from Rubber Mind Recordings. Ecstasy & Transmutations is a six track various artist release which combines friends and collaborators from across the globe. Over the past few years, the Bogota, Colombia-based project has become known throughout the world for its event series which fuses performance, music and ritual to create a powerful presence which extends beyond any particular genre or style. Today we present two track - the premiere of Greek artist ANFS’ contribution to the release titled “Piperi” as well as “The Last Breathing” by Rubber Mind founders Common Poetry.

To mark the release, we asked founders Lina and Sebastian a few questions about the first record, the project, life in Colombia and more. Read at: www.thebrvtalist.com/ecstasyandtransmutation/

@rubbermindrecordings
RYC 385 | Volster
One-Hundred-Eighty-Seventh Hate Podcast with New Frames.

Download available after 7,000 listens.

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The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from DJ Stolen Valor. The project of L.A.-based Ori Ofir, Dj Stolen Valor is part of L.A.U.R.A, a bi-monthly collective party. Dj Stolen Valor co-founded Night Gaunt Recordings. Dj Stolen Valor is a liar.

@djstolenvalor
Dutch techno hero Dimi Angélis is presenting an incredible 3 hours of 100% Jeff Mills vinyl on a 2 decks set-up. Hypnotic to blistering, sci-fi to gritty, all sides of Jeff are being on this newest contribution to the series. A must listen for sure, and it includes a tracklist (scroll down!) too.

Dimi: “The mix is recorded during the last ANGLS Locked stream I’ve been doing at my studio every two weeks since we were in lockdown. Most of the time I pick a theme for the show, and after doing one on Regis, Surgeon, The Advent and Luke Slater, it was about time to do a Jeff Mills special.

This got a bit out of hand time-wise though and ended up being 4.5 (!) hours. Mills is so diverse, but in general it’s always deep. After all, this mix is kind of a club night trip. I start the mix like I would do in a club, but only added a bit more ambient and soundscape-stuff to the beginning.I found the original length being a bit too long for a podcast though, so I decided to take that first part - including the more atmosphere-y beginning - off. It’s almost 3 hours full of Mills stuff now, and overall I hope it shows his diversity and what he stands for. Almost everything he has been doing sound-wise comes along within the mix.”

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1. Drama (Upstage Decision) *H&M - Axis
2. Avenger - Axis
3. B2f-7 - Axis
4. Chapter 1. Medium Gray - Axis
5. Gata - Axis
6. Getaway - Axis
7. Untitled (Humana B2) - Axis
8. Scenario - Axis
9. Cyclone - Purpose Maker
10. The Fuzz (Loophole Mix) - Axis
11. Cubango - Purpose Maker
12. Captivater - Purpose Maker
13. Reverting - Axis
14. Leader Rouge - Purpose Maker
15. Untitled Loop (Cycle 30 A2) - Axis
16. La Force - Purpose Maker
17. DNA - Tresor
18. The Extremist (DNA Mix) - Tresor
19. Late Night - Tresor
20. Suspense - Axis
21. Veillées D’Armes (The Trouble We’ve Seen) - Axis
22. Untitled (Very EP B2) - Axis
23. Another Day In The Jungle (Absolute Special) - Axis
24. The Fear As We Know It - Axis
25. Hydra & Synergy - Axis
26. Starless 2 - Axis
27. Growth - Axis
28. Earth - Axis
29. Humana - Axis
30. Vertical - Axis
31. The Flybys (*X-102) - Axis
32. Untitled Loop (Cycle 30 A4) - Axis
33. Our Natural Ability (Highlight Special) - Axis
34. Another Day, Another Jungle (Scenario Special) - Axis
35. A Universal Voice That Speaks To All That Will Listen (Transformation Special) - Axis
36. Touched (Infinite Special) - Axis
37. The (Part 3) - Axis
38. 4 Art - Axis
39. The Rhythm Within - Axis
40. The Signals - Something In The Sky
41. Without A Sound - Something In The Sky
42. Untitled - Something In The Sky
43. i9 - Axis
44. Untitled - Something In The Sky
45. Red Blue - Something In The Sky
46. Untitled - Something In The Sky
47. Interference (Illumination Special) - Axis
48. Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun) - Axis
49. Untitled (Star Chronicles A2) - Tomorrow
50. Robot Replica - Tresor
51. Systematic - Axis
52. Gateway Of Zen - Axis
53. Sweet Scent Of Fear - Tomorrow
54. Untitled (Confidentials 5-8 * A1) - Axis
55. Untitled (Psychosis A2) - Axis
56. Untitled (Confidentials 5-8 * B1) - Axis
57. Untitled (Confidentials 1-4 * A1) - Axis
58. Mosainga (Re-Edit) - Psycho Thrill
59. DJ Hell - Allerseelen (Jeff Mills Remix) - Disko B
60. Medusa - React
61. Berlin - Tresor
62. Step To Enchantment (Stringent) - Axis
63. UFO - Axis
64. Lionrock - Packet Of Peace (The West Side Detroit Mix * Jeff Mills) - Deconstruction
65. Man-Like - Tresor
66. Mutant Theory (*H&M) - Axis
67. Untitled (Confidentials 1-4 * A2) - Axis
68. The Seawolf - World Power Alliance
69. Mimas (*X-102) - Axis
70. Groundzero (The Planet) *X-102 - Axis
71. Curse Of The Gods (*X-103) - Axis
72. Laurent Garnier - Crispy Bacon (Jeff Mills Solid Sleep Mix) - F Communications
73. Man Made - Axis
74. Mass Elliptical Orbits - Axis
75. The Advent - Axis
76. Reversing The Cosmic Theory (Part 1) - Axis
77. Hexigons, Chants and Light - Axis
78. Reversing The Cosmic Theory (Part 2) - Axis
Driving, electrifying deep techno, consisting solely of unreleased materials by NFEREE.

Read more: https://mnmt.no/magazine/2020/05/28/mnmt-260-electrifying-deep-techno-by-nferee/

https://soundcloud.com/nferee
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Strahinja Arbutina. “Everybody’s Doing This” comes off the new EP, Extended Power Cuts, out on Chicago’s Puppy Tapes. After releases on Bank NYC, Natural Sciences, Clan Destine as well as co-running the Low Income $quad label, the artist comes to Chicago’s Puppy Tapes with a 6-track cassette of raw, lo-fi electronics which penetrates the body and seeps through the pores.

Pick your up now on Puppy Tapes.
www.thebrvtalist.com/strahinjaarbutinapuppytapes/

@puppytapes
@strahinja-arbutina
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Cri Du Coeur. “Warning” is an electrifying track off the forthcoming EP of the same name, out May 29th on the artist’s Arkham Audio imprint. After making waves with his Diaphragm EP, Cri Du Coeur injects his signature high-octane sound into another techno venture. Fueled by liquid 303 bass lines and dark pads which carry an ominous tone and encapsulating sense of dread. The release also features great remixes by star producers Dustin Zahn and Mark Broom.

Out May 29th on vinyl and digital.
www.thebrvtalist.com/criducoeurwarning/

@criducoeur
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Kashaiof. The project of Eyal Bitton and Itzik Gil Avizohar, Named after electronic components supplier in Jerusalem, the name itself is a fontic echo of the Hebrew word "spell". The duo’s work embodies the connection between technology and magic and their forthcoming release, Home, is a powerful, meditative work on these concepts. Today we present “A Vase”, which is an experimental piece which infuses elements of noise, power electronics and more and carries a cinematic atmosphere and a haunting narrative. Out June 5th, 2020.
www.thebrvtalist.com/kashaiofavase/
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from bunkerterror. “Let Me Tie Your Nikes” comes off the huge v/a compilation, Marches, which also launches the new London-based label LABURNUM. Bringing together 25 artists from 10 different cities for 23 tracks in total, Marches features some of the best talent across the hard techno and industrial spectrums. Today we present the contribution by Bunkerterror which is an infectious, rolling work of heavy percussion and hard hitting grooves which flattens everything it its path. The compilation also includes works by Hybrid Vigour, Coqman, Myka & Ama, RAßßeAT, High Speed Violence, Kaylah and many more.

Out on digital June 1st, this is a massive way to launch the label and we are definitely looking forward to more from LABURNUM.

@laburnum-records
@bunkerterror
Garçon rightly considers himself an "expert in mood modulation." He is someone who carefully builds a groove, teasing with snippets, dropping in and out of tunes and drawing out the process of gratification and please. The Swiss man does it as resident at Elysia in Basel, often with a techno foundation but drawing on niches from all over the electronic spectrum. He co-runs the Amenthia Recordings label with Agonis and has said it takes its musical identity from the utilitarian space of his home club.

This mix was recorded there last Friday, with CDJs and 1210s, but also a Space Echo that adds extra depth throughout. Starting in a cavernous industrial space from the off, the sound of sonic decay, eerie reverb and slow motion rhythmic automation all provide details that draw you ever deep into this industrial scene. As the drums become more prominent and the tempo hurries, the mood is no less unsettling and deserted. Broken techno, lurching bass and dark dub all feature in this most skilfully restrained yet highly impactful selection.
The Brvtalist pleased to premiere a new track from ED1999. “Evil Disorder” comes off the upcoming EP, Original Sin, out May 29th on Porpax. Completing the trilogy of releases in collusion with graphic artist Oliver Sperl, the Belgian techno producer finishes off with a 4-track dark experiment of audio-visual harmony, complete with blasting industrial beats and doom-metal growls. Today we present the B1 track, “Evil Disorder” which is a more atmospheric take on the sinister mood of the EP, and dives deep in to a world of cold steel, clashing metals and an alien sound which haunts for days.

An exceptional release out on vinyl and digital May 29th. Get yours on Bandcamp. www.thebrvtalist.com/ed1999evildisorder/

@porpaxrecords
@ed1999official
RYC 384 | Patrick DSP
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere two tracks for the upcoming v/a release from DRØNE. The Manchester-based event series has become one of the best parties in the UK and they now present their first physical release titled M3 7LW, named after the zip code of their home venue, the notorious White Hotel. Today we present “Waving At Tears” by Brvtalist favorite Velvet May, as well as very special track from Faces of Freedom aka Test Dept. The project of Paul Jamrozy and Graham Cunnington of legendary industrial pioneers Test Dept, the duo have reworked their classic track, “HeadFuck”, especially for DRØNE for this compilation, making it relevant to the current situation going on in the world right now. As the name implies, the track definitely fucks with your head as the world grapples with the pandemic.

This is a massive 17 track compilation covering EBM, industrial, ambience and techno featuring brand new tracks and reworks from Autumns, Blac Kolor, Marc Ash, WarinD, MDD, Duellist, Kenny Campbell andmore. In addition to all of the great music, all proceeds from this release will bet split between local food banks and the NHS.

Releasing May 25th on limited cassette and digital.
www.thebrvtalist.com/dronem37lw/

@user-51554854-241003479
@velvetmay99
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere two tracks for the upcoming v/a release from DRØNE. The Manchester-based event series has become one of the best parties in the UK and they now present their first physical release titled M3 7LW, named after the zip code of their home venue, the notorious White Hotel. Today we present “Waving At Tears” by Brvtalist favorite Velvet May, as well as very special track from Faces of Freedom aka Test Dept. The project of Paul Jamrozy and Graham Cunnington of legendary industrial pioneers Test Dept, the duo have reworked their classic track, “HeadFuck”, especially for DRØNE for this compilation, making it relevant to the current situation going on in the world right now. As the name implies, the track definitely fucks with your head as the world grapples with the pandemic.

This is a massive 17 track compilation covering EBM, industrial, ambience and techno featuring brand new tracks and reworks from Autumns, Blac Kolor, Marc Ash, WarinD, MDD, Duellist, Kenny Campbell andmore. In addition to all of the great music, all proceeds from this release will bet split between local food banks and the NHS.

Releasing May 25th on limited cassette and digital.
www.thebrvtalist.com/dronem37lw/

@user-51554854-241003479
Last week, we kicked off the brand new series with close family member Palms Trax who did a Joaquin Joe Claussell tribute, and we’re happy Jameszoo jumped on the train as well to do the next. Let's admit it right away: he has absolutely blown our minds by cooking up a 𝟐𝟒 𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐦𝐢𝐱 (!) for In Focus. A favourite digger of ours blows his collection wide open to soundtrack a perfect rotation of the earth: "brushing teeth, eating dinner... losing and regaining focus many times." What a champ.

Jameszoo: "For me real focus is too scarce to be able to rely on it. It comes and it goes without me feeling like I have got a firm grip on it. Luckily, I very much enjoy the shift of focus. I enjoy it when focus is there, but also when it becomes fluid again. I remember seeing a 6 hour chunk of Christian Marclays 'The Clock' where fragments of film together with my own (lack of) focus created ever changing new narratives.

During these following 24 hours of music, it will certainly become night and then day again, the earth will rotate once (perfectly), we will brush our teeth and eat dinner, and most likely we will lose and regain focus many times. If anything it will help to bring us to this exact moment one day from now — enjoy."
Last week, we kicked off the brand new series with close family member Palms Trax who did a Joaquin Joe Claussell tribute, and we’re happy Jameszoo jumped on the train as well to do the next. Let's admit it right away: he has absolutely blown our minds by cooking up a 𝟐𝟒 𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐦𝐢𝐱 (!) for In Focus. A favourite digger of ours blows his collection wide open to soundtrack a perfect rotation of the earth: "brushing teeth, eating dinner... losing and regaining focus many times." What a champ.

Jameszoo: "For me real focus is too scarce to be able to rely on it. It comes and it goes without me feeling like I have got a firm grip on it. Luckily, I very much enjoy the shift of focus. I enjoy it when focus is there, but also when it becomes fluid again. I remember seeing a 6 hour chunk of Christian Marclays 'The Clock' where fragments of film together with my own (lack of) focus created ever changing new narratives.

During these following 24 hours of music, it will certainly become night and then day again, the earth will rotate once (perfectly), we will brush our teeth and eat dinner, and most likely we will lose and regain focus many times. If anything it will help to bring us to this exact moment one day from now — enjoy."
Last week, we kicked off the brand new series with close family member Palms Trax who did a Joaquin Joe Claussell tribute, and we’re happy Jameszoo jumped on the train as well to do the next. Let's admit it right away: he has absolutely blown our minds by cooking up a 𝟐𝟒 𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐦𝐢𝐱 (!) for In Focus. A favourite digger of ours blows his collection wide open to soundtrack a perfect rotation of the earth: "brushing teeth, eating dinner... losing and regaining focus many times." What a champ.

Jameszoo: "For me real focus is too scarce to be able to rely on it. It comes and it goes without me feeling like I have got a firm grip on it. Luckily, I very much enjoy the shift of focus. I enjoy it when focus is there, but also when it becomes fluid again. I remember seeing a 6 hour chunk of Christian Marclays 'The Clock' where fragments of film together with my own (lack of) focus created ever changing new narratives.

During these following 24 hours of music, it will certainly become night and then day again, the earth will rotate once (perfectly), we will brush our teeth and eat dinner, and most likely we will lose and regain focus many times. If anything it will help to bring us to this exact moment one day from now — enjoy."
Last week, we kicked off the brand new series with close family member Palms Trax who did a Joaquin Joe Claussell tribute, and we’re happy Jameszoo jumped on the train as well to do the next. Let's admit it right away: he has absolutely blown our minds by cooking up a 𝟐𝟒 𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐦𝐢𝐱 (!) for In Focus. A favourite digger of ours blows his collection wide open to soundtrack a perfect rotation of the earth: "brushing teeth, eating dinner... losing and regaining focus many times." What a champ.

Jameszoo: "For me real focus is too scarce to be able to rely on it. It comes and it goes without me feeling like I have got a firm grip on it. Luckily, I very much enjoy the shift of focus. I enjoy it when focus is there, but also when it becomes fluid again. I remember seeing a 6 hour chunk of Christian Marclays 'The Clock' where fragments of film together with my own (lack of) focus created ever changing new narratives.

During these following 24 hours of music, it will certainly become night and then day again, the earth will rotate once (perfectly), we will brush our teeth and eat dinner, and most likely we will lose and regain focus many times. If anything it will help to bring us to this exact moment one day from now — enjoy."
The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix from Profanayty. The untamed alter ego of India based artist Nayanika Kapoor, Profanayty wears many hats, most often against a running backdrop of routine bans from the social media police for provocative expressionism, and utterly ruthless doomsday techno interspersed with old school rave and gabber kicks. Typically operating at a broiling high BPM, a trip to the upside-down with Profanayty takes no prisoners in her break-neck exploration of strains of techno, acid, and hardcore. An almost ritualistic experience, the ways of Profanayty are designed to inspire an unholy piety amongst the discerning as well as an unsuspecting. Her spawns lovingly refer to her as the First Lady of Pandemonium, for consistently demonstrating her unadulterated fidelity towards the far extremes of the collective grand envelope of music, arts, and culture, and striving to evoke the spirit of uncompromising debauchery coupled with sweat- soaked hedonism.

Since discovering her work, I’ve been drawn in to Profanayty’s super charged universe and today we are thrilled to present this pulse pounding set which introduces us to her sound and energy. In addition, we spoke with the artist about her background, throwing parties in India, the lockdown and more. Visit: www.thebrvtalist.com/newbrvtalism231profanayty/

@profanayty
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from About:kaos. “Strukture” is a huge work off the upcoming release, Vitruvian, out next week on Nocturnal Frequencies. Influenced by the hardest sounds of Berlin´s Techno scene, about:kaos merges different genres trying unique compositions and arrangement forms. This release is a perfect example of this. From throttling industrial disorder to striking soundscapes and tortuous atmospheres, this is a crushing release from the artist. Also known as Kaoslog, he views that project as the positive (+) side and all other projects as the negative (-) one.

Nocturnal Frequencies Black Series has done an outstanding job with their industrial techno selections and this entry is no different. Out May 30th. www.thebrvtalist.com/aboutkaosstrukture/

@nocturnal-frequencies-2016
@aboutkaos
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Animal Holocaust. The French artist is set to drop Istanbul, a new EP on Argentinian imprint Gomboc Records and today we premiere the title track which is a magical trip which nearly transports you to the Turkish metropolis while keeping the artist’s signature power and hard hitting prowess alive and well. With its hypnotic sounds and tension building atmospheres, “Istanbul” resonates loudly across continents. The EP also contains the original, “Talkshow Addiction” which is a more delicate yet still massive track which leaves its mark. Finally, the release rounds things off with a remix by TWAN which pushes the tempo to dance floor destruction and a rough, rugged industrial remix by Aneed.
More and pre-order at: www.thebrvtalist.com/animalholocaustistanbul/

@gombocrec
@anmlhlcst
Darwin is hustling hard on many levels. She runs the forward thinking party series REEF, her own record label SPE:C and she is trying to make the industry more sustainable. Enjoy!

Interview: http://iliantape.de/ilian-tape-podcast-series-051/
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from madwoman. “Teslia Astsorebs” comes off the massive new compilation, Pronomina II, released by Swedish collective Substantiv. The v/a features some of today’s best and brightest producers across the rough and fast-leaning techno spectrum including D. Carbone, 14anger, Sugar, Slave to Society, Axel Picodot, Falhaber, Vixen, Rocko Garoni, Ma Čka, d_b (Déformation Booléenne), Electrorites, C-System, Schacke, ArchivOne, YÅ, Keepsakes, Brecc, DIST, hateVision, Don Woezik, Hioll, OBCDN, Veronique, Riot in Havana, Mode Regression, Mila Steiner, Samantha Togni, Lost Algorithm, Bleim01, DJ Wank, TRBL, Kitkatone, Kata Mercado, Mamwadi, Euyinn, Buzzi, Metapattern, Brälle, Downwell, Clinical Hates, Ket Robinson, Whitley, Kizzo and Kaltblume. This is also a non-profit release with all proceeds being donated to Amnesty International for their continued work on LGBTQ+ rights globally.

Today we are thrilled to host this track from madwoman who has become one of our favorite artists to watch with her heavy, psychedelic influences, relentless force and unmistakable elegance. We look forward to much more from her.
More and pre-order at: www.thebrvtalist.com/madwomantesliaastsorebs

@substantiv
@madwoman-1
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Brixx. The Melbourne-based producer, composer, and DJ is influenced by cult cinema, electro, minimalism, post punk, techno and EBM. “Büro” comes off the new EP Corporate Punishment (Parfé Records), which is a timely release of 4 original works and a remix by Notausgang that fuses the artist’s sound with the toxic elements of the modern workplace. A fantastic work of contemporary electronics with a lingering nostalgia of a reality to be destroyed. Out May 22nd.
www.thebrvtalist.com/brixxbüro/

@brixx_official
@parfe_records
The Brvtalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Konnektivitat. “Lobotomy” comes off the Immaterial EP and is a heavy, industrial work which goes straight to the head and affects all systems. A home-recording project of William Luzzi, Konnektivitat serves as a culmination of five years of isolation and deep study into sound design and composition for film at Fiesole School Of Music as well as the establishment of Koma Recording, Luzzi’s own label to release his music. Immaterial sees four tracks of Luzzi’s technical prowess and powerful atmospheres which encapsulates the listener.
www.thebrvtalist.com/konnektivitatlobotomy/

@konnektivitat
@komarecording
Robert Witschakowski-Jockel has been a core part of electro's evolution since the late nineties. From early days bringing big names like Jeff Mills and Robert Hood to his hometown of Jena as a promoter, he soon elevated himself to become one of the best acid live acts in the game. Nowadays, he runs his own carefully-curated Solar One Music, has collaborated with Drexciya's Gerald Donald and released his own shadowy electro on Shipwrec, Clone West Coast Series and Crème Organization. He is a hugely prolific artist who is always tweaking and evolving his sound while staying true to his original sci-fi visions.

All of that feeds into this week's mix, which is a bumpy, rough riding electro adventure that unfolds with a real sense of narrative. From the icy and high speed launch it quickly moves on to moments of smooth-cruising calm, guides you through solar storms and frantic acid work outs. The texture change, too, from ragged and frazzled to shiny and seductive, but are all stitched together seamlessly by a master of the form.
The Brvalist is pleased to premiere a new track from Mørbeck. A key figure both in the Berlin and global techno community, Mørbeck has been at the forefront of the sound for years and Berlin 95 (Wunderblock Records) sees the producer look to the past to generate music which fits the future. Today we premiere the title track which is a heart stopping, acid and trance infused work which channels nostalgic energy but creates sometimes totally fresh. The remaining three tracks on the EP prove why Mørbeck remains at the top of the class and continues to evolve his sound.
www.thebrvtalist.com/morbeckberlin95/

@moerbeck
@ill-doggy
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Our new In Focus mix series have been brought to life during times of isolation. And what’s better than spending your time diving into new music or DJ-sets from artists you admire? That’s what we thought. The next couple of weeks, we will be asking one artist each week to deliver a mix build around a self-picked theme. Everyone is free to do what and how they feel like, and create something special for themselves and everyone who’s keen to give it a listen too. We hope you enjoy.

Who else would be better to kick off with than our dear friend Palms Trax? Not only has Jay been a favourite of ours for years, he has become probably everyone else’s as well. His contribution to In Focus is one we have listened to in one go: a “100% originals, features, edits and remixes by Joaquin Joe Claussell” mix, which resulted in a stirring and spiritual tribute to one of the all-time greats.

Palms Trax: “Over the last couple of years I’ve found his music to have this wonderful effect on a dancefloor where the whole place can feel like it’s levitating, so when lockdown hit I started going through his records at home and found it to be incredibly healing. Hopefully some people out there feel the same way!“.