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Ebola Disco/Rope Society - Flies for Friends mLP ( Tesco: Tesco097)
Limited edition of 300 copies only, comes in nicely designed spot varnished sleeve and with numbered insert. "Tesco are proud to bring together two of Australia’s hardest industrial acts for the first time. For over 15 years Ebola Disco have remained the country’s most belligerent and uncompromising live PE act, with studio recordings few and far between. Flies for Friends is their undisputed studio masterpiece. Spanning 17 minutes and made entirely from EMS Synthi AKS violence (Ben Taylor) and spiteful vocals (Matt Casey), it’s held a legendary status in Australia’s underground while never seeing an official release. Backing it up are two tracks from Rope Society, following the project’s 2013 debut release on Cipher Productions. Crude synth exploration, ugly vocals and junk metal abuse, these are a far cry from David Tonkin’s alternate incarnation as Isomer."
. $9.00

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Enklav - 2 LP ( Jartecknet: Jart23)
On their second Lp Enklav presents two longer tracks of raw tape manipulations of concretesounds. With an uncompromising attitude and a sound that seems to be carved out of stone,these two tracks offers an intriguing and challenging experience.Recorded in early 2013 by D. Johansson and V. Ottosson. Released in 200 copies.. $10.00

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Envenomist - Chariots LP ( Segerhuva: Seger20)
Re-stock! These strangely cinematic and abrasive droning landscapes of impending doom made up from analog synths are the work of David Reed, for some perhaps known from the plausible Luasa Raelon project. The sparse, cold, minimal pieces reminds us of early industrial-era electronic artists such as Maurizio Bianchi and Lustmord, but also gives hints to the works of Klaus Schulze and early Tangerine Dream. Without doubt presenting a vile and nightmarish vision of a territory where noone can be trusted and there's nowhere to hide – this certainly is bleak post-apocalyptic music. Limited to 300 copies in pro-printed black/white matte covers. -. $10.00

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