Edinburgh dance music act Fini Tribe will release its classic De Testimony single on limited edition 12″ vinyl on January 20, 25 years after its original release as part of the Let the Tribe Grow EP. The vinyl release features the original Collapsing edit of the track, “A FiniFlex Production,” as well as brand new remixes [..]
Some would argue that in the digital age with the proliferation of social media and other online means of communication, the world has ironically become more disconnected than ever as human beings interact less in person and more through computer screens and technology. Others take a more optimistic viewpoint that people are now more interconnected than ever, with friendships and associations spanning all points on the globe and encouraging the imperative for true emotional, spiritual, and physical bonds to be established and nurtured.
Category: Industrial / Electro / Funk
Album: Turn It Up
Blurb: Gritty and groovy, rough and raw, down and dirty, the new single from Chicago’s eminent electroscuzz band lives up to its title as an ultimate party release to bring audiences together.
Category: Ambient / Experimental / IDM
Blurb: A sophisticated and enigmatic odyssey of ambitious experimental electronica that takes this French virtuoso’s vision to another level.
Category: Electro / Industrial
Album: City of Dis
Blurb: Reanimating archaic industrial sounds and concepts that were once considered lost, this nostalgic solo act’s highly energized debut satiates the cravings of a darker appetite.
END: the DJ is a U.S. based DJ and artist on Nilaihah Records and CircuitHeads Digital. END tours internationally, supporting many dark electronic artists and labels plus has live mixes on U.S. and UK radio, Industrial Club Sessions.
Here, END: the DJ wraps up the old year and reigns in the new with his Top best picks for music for 2013!
On a special note from END: the DJ himself, “Another great year of music! Making this list was nearly impossible – each song on this list is outstanding! Check them out and keep them in your own playlist. Keep an eye out for their other works!”