The air was thick, filled with ash from an impact that has radically modified the scenery. Terrified by the deafening crash of the astral body into the millennia-old building, humanoids and robots alike flocked to the smoking hole that seemed to lead straight to purgatory. As Burd was still trying to fathom his luck at witnessing a second impact in such a short space of time, he saw something move in the gaping hole beneath him.
And with a little wave, it vanished in thin air before the second batch of automated security forces flew into sight. You may already be aware of its presence but an exceptionally large asteroid is on a direct collision course with our beautiful if not slightly degraded planet. Astronomers, astrologers, geologists and other related experts are trembling with apprehension and curiosity, as the exact composition of the beast is yet to be determined. We thank you for your attention. Straight off the assembly line of an unregistered production plant in an unmapped cave somewhere on the Swiss-French border, After My Bae is Hermeth's attempt to deal with conjugal strife and narcotic dependencies by fusing his signature saturated acid with furiously dirty ghetto beats.
The man has issues, no one can deny it, but goddamn does the music bang. Horodateur is a brand new interface that will finally show some respect to your brain. Start by touching the main screen, and play the first track using your mouse. Before listening time begins, you will be asked to type in the amount of virtual money you would like to electromagnetically transfer to our galactic bank vaults.
To switch to another soothing mix of neural beats and emotional chords, use the keyboard at the bottom. We thank you for your trust and wish you a delightful time with our undulatory products.
Horodateur is a product from the Brainwaves corporation, which disclaims all liability for any accident, injury or consciousness damage resulting from misuse of the device.
Breakbeat rave and subaquatic electro set the tone of this release which also features a remix from fellow Brainwaves family weith. Given the latest trends in dance music the crew immediately decided that there was money to be made from this Ruhrpot degenerate, and so the Brainwaves crew is proud to present "Is This EBM?
The fourth track, a lot more recent than the other three, is an ode to one of the saddest tales in the modern music industry, and a reminder to Thomas why he rejects stardom and remains true to his name: down to earth.
Sometimes it's hard to create stuff, you sketch things in your head, and then there's the fucking mouse and keyboard and Ableton. So you buy a Push but it's garbage, it was supposed to make you creative, to 'feel the pad' you know.
A new experience, my ass. Then you get an idea ; your cat scratches the door because he wants to take a shit outside, the sound it makes seems complex enough to fill a drum rack out of it. You start making a beat, it sounds cool but if you could compare its loudness and dynamics to something else, it would probably be the equivalent of your grandma's knowledge of a parametric EQ ; basically inexistant.
You slowly replace it with unorignial drum machine sounds so hopefully you can play it in the club, until no cat scratching sound is left, like the Ship of Thesus, except it's clearly less impressive than a big ass Ship since you get your ideas from a cat scratching a door. Just as the electro revival hits its transient peak, a conglomerate of reptilian high-frequency traders based in Geneva has decided to hijack the movement.
From the caustic depths of obscure Swiss bank vaults, the Brainwaves Corporation is distracting attention from its various corruption scandals by investing in acid bangers and perverse kicks. Get your shares now. All music by Hermeth Artwork by Luca Kasper. They have been consistently releasing high quality music in a wide range of genres on their many record labels, and their DJ sets are similarly eclectic.
This mix shows a particular love for a UK sound, rave breaks and low frequency oscillations, just how we like it. The second Neural Oscillations takes us to London for a mix that is dripping UK-style music from the first second to the last. Expect classic synths, jungle breaks and pitched vocals on this one.
After the feverish, rave-ready breaks of the last two editions, this podcast slows it down a notch with a steady flow of continuous four to the floor energy and carefully selected grooves. Expect a broad range of sounds, tempi and textures, as well as guest appearances from local conspirators and outlandish associates.
Screen-printed T-shirt by Thomas Perrodin.