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The Art Of Breakcore part 2 will be on january 18th, 2014 in the Hall of Fame, Tilburg.This edition there will be debates about positive changes people can make together to create a better world.

There will be a panel of speakers that will tell why they do what they do and how they think what will be a possible future of life as we know it. Is the book 1984 by George Orwell the definitive future? Will there be one gigacompany that will rule our food supply forever? Or is there a way to a different future?

The music & visual program will give a reflection on the themes of the debate and the deeper view that art can give (as concluded during the the panel discussion of The Art Of Breakcore 1).

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line up:

NOIZE CREATOR (DE)
Suburban Trash Industries

Noize Creator is one of the most inspiring breakcore producers by releasing a diversity of music with his own productions and running multiple labels with a cutting edge sound within the electronic underground. His first steps into music production were back in 1991 while he was mixing music with the use of tapedecks. Soon after, he got interested in techno, and started djing at illegal parties. In 1994 he started to make music within the hardcore underground circuit, with releases on Juncalor Records, Rage Records, Blood ‘n’ Guts, Killing Rate, Surgeon16 and his own hardcore label Brutal Chud. One of the most memorable highlights was under the alias Kingz of Noize, of which the record was released on the Drop Bass Network sublabel Six Sixty Six. In 1998 he started his new label Suburban Trash Industries, which held a great diversity of important electronic music releases.

https://soundcloud.com/suburbantrash
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Noize+Creator
http://www.last.fm/label/Suburban+Trash

HYPNOSKULL (BE)
Ant-Zen

Hypnoskull emerged as a project of Patrick Stevens in 1992, who combines the power of pure analog electronics with harsh rhythm structures to form an anarchic assault of noise and techno-industrial. After years of underground activism in the worldwide electronic underground network of industrial music, Hypnoskull reached a larger audience by putting out the album ‘Rythmusmaschine 1-2’ (1998), followed by ‘Ffwd>Burnout!'(1999) and ‘Electronic Music Means War To Us’ (2001). Before that, Stevens also made a name as one half of the duo Sonar, a hardcore Belgian rhythmical industrial project.

http://www.facebook.com/therealhypnoskull
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Hypnoskull
http://www.ant-zen.com/

JEAN BACH aka LEPROZID STRICK/PFAHL (DE)
Little Brutal Rave Bastards / Blut

Jean Bach has been active since 1996, with releases on Fischkopf Hamburg, Dhyana Records and Stichting Mixer amongst others.
His style is variating from pop ambient to harsh tekkno and noise oriented breakbeat. Beside his music projects he is a creative person who makes magazines in non existing languages and in search of the unknown territories of art. He released under many different aliasses including Anti-Zen, Leprozid Pfarrhaus, Mortobello Steriland the new project of Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse. Out of the many different projects one is Leprozid Strick/Pfahl which he released a split release with Ad Absurdum on the Hamburg label Blut, as well as different tracks on the Little Brutal Rave Bastards series.
For The Art Of Breakcore he will prepare a raw set with his obscure sounds as Leprozid Strick/Pfahl.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9_0-d77vAs
http://www.signal-zero.info/label/sz003.html
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Leprozid+Strick%2FPfahl

RIOTEER (Tilburg)
Crack Beats

Rioteer is the brainchild of Bas Welling and hails from Tilburg Crackcity. Blending styles like Breakcore, Chiptune, 8 bit, Noise, Industrial, and Deviant Hardcore, he has been responsible for promoting the ruff uncompromising edge of sound in Holland and abroad and he is one of the most booked artist in this area of sound.
Rioteer played around the globe at festivals like Breakcore gives me WOOD, Jason Forrests Wasted festival, Q-Base 2010, Todays Art, Gogbot Festival, Bloodnok Festival Tour Russia, The ZXZW Festival, Mayhem Outdoors Hardcore Festival.

http://www.facebook.com/bas.rioteerneurobit
http://www.soundcloud.com/rioteer
http://www.mixcloud.com/crackbeats/

BART HARD (Tilburg)
Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot

Bart Hard is specialised in underground music.
With his dj sets he made a international reputation with bookings in Berlin, Dresden, Zürich, Kloten, Graz, Gent, Nijmegen, Arnhem, Nottingham and more.
His style is known as pushing the limites of a genre, with extreme electronix, but also playing different styles under the aliasses of Bart Acid, DJ Hartpumper and DJ Of The Second Moon to name a few alter egos.
After organising many different events in the range of breakcore, noise, speedcore, industrial and many more since 2001, he’s now focussed on the new event series The Art Of Breakcore, in the hope to make a positive change to the world, and look for what’s beyond art/music itself, when activism and underground culture meet to reach a higher level.

http://www.facebook.com/djBartHard
http://soundcloud.com/bart-hard
http://www.mixcloud.com/barthard47

more info:

http://www.facebook.com/events/669173343102508/
http://partyflock.nl/party/259326

DJ Bart Hard @ Q-Dance Radio, 2010 (25 minute breakcore set)

Tracklist:

1. Low Entropy – I Am God
2. Noize Creator – Let The Rhythm Pump
3. Cdatakill – The Underground
4. Hecate – Trial Of Gilles De Rais Pt. 1
5. Abelcain – Forsaken (Remix)
6. Leprozid Strick/Pfahl – C/Craple
7. Skelton 93 – Against Senseless Names Pt 2

listen: http://www.mixcloud.com/barthard47/bart-hard-q-dance-radio/
download mirror: http://lsdb.nl/set/114357/bart-hard-q-dance-radio-05-09-10.html

www.mixcloud.com

This mini set was broadcast on Q-Dance Radio to promote the TK07 bunker at Q-Base 2010. Probably one of the most experimental sets you ever heard on the station.
Praxis News for May 2012Out now!
Released TODAY – April 30:

PRAXIS 50 – Electric Kettle: News From Berlin
12” EP with full color sleeve designed by the artist & download code!
The new four-tracker by Electric Kettle is his first record in 5 years.
Showing him at the peak of creativity these are superbly crafted tracks
full of detail and depth.
get it here (12″ with download code):
http://praxis.c8.com/catalog/product_in … ts_id/4613
or here (either 12″ with download, or only download):
http://praxisrecords.bandcamp.com/album … -praxis-50

COMING SOON:
DM12004 – V/A: Accretion EP (12″ & digital)
Featuring tearing tracks by Minion, Fiend, Poxxe and Ressurector, plus
scratch samples by Baseck, this is the first compilation with the core
producers of L.A.’s Darkmatter Soundsystem.
Out mid-may, exclusively distributed by Praxis.

PRAXIS 49 – Bulkrate: In the Temple of the Serpent (12″ & digital)
After three digital only releases on Dark Winter and Zhark International
this is Bulkrate’s first vinyl offering. Five tracks of strong atmospheric
occult breakcore that will please the fans of Abelcain and Slutmachine
with a personal take on dark atmospherics and caustic beats.

Events:

NoiseAngriff is a night for new experimental music, noise and breakcore
taking place at Lauschangriff, Rigaerstrasse 103 in Berlin-Friedrichshain
every first and third wednesday of the month.
The first is usually dedicated more to noise and soundscapes, the third
more to different shades of “breakcore”. We also do the praxis record
stall there at each of the events. This month:

 

May 2:Knifeloop
 (http://lifeloop.org/)
Yvan Volochine (http://soundcloud.com/elgusanorojo http://yvanvolochine.com)
Audiovisual Performance: Kasper Toeplitz (Noise) and Peggy Sylopp (Visuals)
Dj Dada
Manecante Dj set
Dj Indigen
Crash 0.1
Stay until late and dance yr asses off!
Visuals: Aikia (http://www.alessandraleone.com), Vippsgrädde
(http://feliciabergstrom.se/)
Videoistallations by Aikia and Crash 0.1

 

May 16:
Bart Hard
LFO Demon
& more to be announced closer to the date here:
http://noiseangriff.wordpress.com

 

We will take part in two events of 2012 is the season for treason –
Critical reflections on BB7
taking place at okk/raum29: Prinzenallee 29, 13359 Berlin
May 5: Polaris Internationa: Art As Social Glue + Party with Praxis DJ’s
May 12: -Kavecs Projects: Third Position in Europe
-Datacide: From Subculture to Hegemony, Transversal
Strategies of the New Right in Neofolk
and Martial Industrial
More infos here:

http://www.kritische-kunst.org

 

June 9: Praxis presents a fundraiser for Datacide Twelve and a celebration
of the new record releases by Electric Kettle and Bulkrate in the space of
Subversiv e.V., Brunnenstrasse 7, Berlin-Mitte (U8 Rosenthaler Platz)
We return to Subversiv for an all night party with a massive line-up:
Electric Kettle
Bulkrate
Noize Creator
Zombieflesheater
and more!
check:
http://praxis.c8.com
closer to the date!

After the complete revamp of the praxis web site (http://praxis.c8.com) the online shop (http://praxis.c8.com/catalog) will be next… watch out for a completely new shop in the next week – more details soon!

http://praxis.c8.com
http://datacide.c8.com

Noize Creator
Live 2011-11-10 @ Breakcock The Sequel, Gent

http://soundcloud.com/suburbantrash/noize-creator-live-2011-11-10

!!! – 100% LIVES – !!!

Noize Creator (Ger) – Suburban Trash Industries
Will perform an oldskool breakcore set

Eiterherd (Aut) vs VJ Duodroume (UK) Live A/V set – Widerstand
Breakcorelegend vs Cinema destruction visuals celebrating 15 years of Widerstand Records 1995-2011!!

Goretech (UK, Ex-Terrorhate) – Marionette Records
No Gods, No Visas – European Tour, Brutal Deathstep Breakcore and Gabba

Audiotist (BE, Ragga Terror Front)
Breakcore-8bit-Hardcore from Bruhhe

Saper (BE)
Just known by people older than 25, oldskool breakkor

Shiteknob (BE)
New Belgian breakcoretalent, first gig 

23h till 06

No wankers – no racists – no dogs!

flyers | crack beats | Bart Acid

as Rioteer broke his foot, he can’s play at his own party; for replacement Sah Secter will come and give a awesome set!

Also, very last minute Baseck is added too now! He will give a live set with use of gameboys & scratches.. be there!!

Also, the Plagiaat VJ’s will come again this time with the great visuals as always!!

07-05-2010
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CRACKBEATS 24

“Rocket Martin: The Dreads are gone but the man is back!”

Crack Beats is inmiddels de langstlopende breakcore avond van Europa die met enige regelmaat plaats vindt en nog lang niet te stoppen is.

Line Up:
Rocket Martin (TB)
Noize Creator (DE)
Digit216 (US)
Raxyor (US)
Rioteer (TB)
Bart Acid (TB/HA)

Starts at: 22:00
Damage: 5 euro
@ 013 Tilburg

www.013.nl

De volgende Crackbeats komt er weer aan. Het heeft even geduurd. Helaas moest de maart editie gecancelled worden omdat de geboekte artiesten de tour cancelde. Daarom heeft het even geduurd. Maar de maart editie wordt na de zomer ingehaald!

In Juni komt er een speciale versie van crackbeats!

Kalender link
http://partyflock.nl/party/174748:Crack_Beats_24.html

as found on http://www.drivl.com/users/profile/CheShA :

Influences and Development Breakcore as a genre developed from elements of many different styles of music beginning around the mid 1990s. Simultaneously, it began to evolve out of a boredom with stagnant forms of more traditional techno and rave music as well as an evolution within noise and sound art. A need for faster BPM’s as well as a more anti-authoritarian sound also pushed the various sub-genres to more extreme states. At this point pre-breakcore came from London, Berlin and Newcastle, Australia (home of Bloody Fist Records). Early influential artists include Alec Empire, DJ Scud, Panacea, Christoph Fringeli, Nasenbluten, and more. According to Simon Reynolds in the New York Times [1] breakcore is “Purveyed by artists like DJ/Rupture and Teamshadetek, the music combines rumbling basslines, fidgety beats and grainy ragga vocals to create a home-listening surrogate for the bashment vibe of a Jamaican sound system party. Others within the breakcore genre, like Knifehandchop, Kid 606 and Soundmurderer, hark back to rave’s own early days, their music evoking the rowdy fervor of a time when huge crowds flailed their limbs to a barrage of abstract noise and convulsive rhythm. It’s a poignant aural mirage of a time when techno music was made for the popular vanguard rather than a connoisseurial elite, as it is today.” [edit] Ambush Records At the same time London’s DJ Scud co-founded Ambush Records with fellow producer Aphasic which focused on more extreme noise-oriented hardcore Drum and bass. Some artist to have released on Ambush have been Christoph Fringeli, Slepcy, Panacea, and Noize Creator all of which are still productive and active in the scene today. [edit] Bloody Fist Records At the same time, the now defunct label, Bloody Fist Records based in Newcastle, Australia released many records of hardcore/gabber, industrial, and noise. Artists signed to Bloody Fist in its lifetime include Syndicate, Xylocaine, Epsilon, and Nasenbluten. [edit] Breakcore Becomes A Genre As the early days of “hardcore techno” or just “hardcore” began to settle in Europe, Breakcore as a genre began to take more concrete forms in other parts of the world. Inspired by the seminal labels above (among others) new labels such as Addict Records from Milwaukee, USA, Peace Off Record from Rennes, France and Planet Mu from London began to take a new shape, adding in more elements of mashup and IDM to the hardcore sounds. Each of these labels began to draw in aspects of their own social and aesthetic scenes into their music thus allowing for an even broader definition of what was possible in the music while at the same time also confirming certain elements of style to unite the music. Matt Earp describes his impressions of early breakcore as “a high-bpm mash-up of hyperkinetic, post-jungle breaks, feedback, noise, and Jamaican elements paired with a devil-may-care attitude towards sampling that pulls from the broadest musical spectrum of styles (hip-hop, rock, industrial, pop, and beyond).” [2] One of the most controversial issues in Breakcore is that of the mere existence of the genre. Because it pulls liberally from other musical genres, there isn’t a consensus on what is and what isn’t Breakcore, or even over the usefulness of the term itself. Because of the fragmentation, the Breakcore scene isn’t centered in any one geographical location, but is rather scattered into disparate groups. Perhaps the one place where Breakcore’s “voice” can be heard is virtually, through the internet and various online forums, such as those at C8. [edit] The Amen Break While Breakcore is definitely not only organized around the cutting and distortion of the Amen Break, it is a key to defining the genre. The amen break in Breakcore is primarily used at high-speeds and edited to produce jarring effects when distorted and layered in combination with almost any sound. This particular drum-break sound characterizes many breakcore songs and is still used as a key factor to define the sound. This is in line with breakcore’s tendency to create a post-modern parody of Drum and Bass clichés – many of the sounds heard in breakcore are very “classic” jungle samples. [edit] Distribution Among the many types of music now being spread online, perhaps Breakcore is the most fascinating to observe in regard to its online diffusion. Since the genre as a whole still is developing and growing rapidly, the music itself is largely downloaded via peer-to-peer networks, and discussed on internet forums. Its many producers now find the samples they create the music from online, as well as use illegally downloaded software to create the music[citation needed]. Whereas the early days of Breakcore were based in select urban cities, the genre now has no geographical center. The music itself tends to reflect this multiplicity of media diffusion itself (as already mentioned) by incorporating so many different forms of music all hacked together to form breakcore. It remains a relatively small genre, but compared to its size prior to the 1990s web boom, it continues to grow substantially. [edit] Developments In the Genre Breakcore has recently been changing and branching. Many newer breakcore artists focus on melodic progressions and complex drum programming while other ‘classic’ breakcore artists still focus on distorted hardcore breakbeats and dark-edged musical influences (such as heavy metal, and industrial). A third group of artists work has developed closer to Drum and Bass, and focuses more on hardcore drum and bass sounds. A fourth group takes yet another direction towards mash-up, happy hardcore and rave to make a lighter, more humorous sound.

the new cd-mix of the KBAL Sound System. Limited edition: 100 copies only for the cd !!! and in free download for the MP3 !!!

[AKHA 03] Baboon – Banned From The Scene
Format: CD and MP3
Style: Breakcore, Industrial, Hardcore

Tracklisting:

1 Walter Carlos – Title Music From A Clockwork Orange
2 Tapage & Meander – Battle Jellyfish
3 Istari Lasterfahrer – Somewhere Out There
4 Istari Lasterfahrer – Do You Think
5 Senical – En Omgang Mundgodt
6 Low Pitched Killers – Untitled
7 Doormouse – Untitled
8 Base Force One – Welcome To Violence
9 Noize Creator – Chinpo On The Rocks
10 ADC – Sincroindustry
11 Doormouse – So Hard!
12 Noize Creator – Push It! (Unequal 99)
13 Abelcain – Faust (Fausmous Mix)
14 Duran Duran Duran – Hairmetal
15 Subjex – Yadlaloop
16 Eiterherd – Ugla
17 Give Up – Trouble
18 KSI – Untitled
19 Maladroit – Funky Parasite Riddim
20 Dr. Bastardo – How Me The Way
21 Jackal & Hide – The Jackal
22 FFF – Hallways Of The Always
23 FKL – Digital Voice
24 Eiterherd – Daemon (Hakkerz Release)
25 Sickboy – Much Advice Against Everyone
26 Barakafrite – No Dibidibitest
27 Cakebuilder – Necron The Hell God
28 Walter Carlos – Title Music From A Clockwork Orange

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