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  • Just 5 days until Noah 23 drops this massive release he has been hinting toward via his social media, down below we have an unbelievable track listing. Its 33 tracks long, and regardless how ethereal that is alone, its unheard of really for this many artists to be on this tape at once!  Set to release this coming Saturday, the 23rd. Noah 23 along side the onslaught of artists on this monumental feature. Witch may very well break the game. fortunately. Any zag we pull down into the neither world to listen to this may jeopardize the upper crust of mainstream culture, causing a shift into this Void Wave masterpiece.

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    I have got a NVR GIFT for you brought to you by Noah 23, Pictureplane, & Dylan Ross. A track called RUNNING THRU YR HEAD ft. DYLAN ROSS (PROD. BY PICTUREPLANE)

    The newest kids on the block aren’t as “NU” as you’re thinking. When grind long enough zag, everything can feel like forever, in your mental. Just something to consider is the fact that these players have been logging in more hours than lumber jack made of your adolescent meebo instant messenger. Anyone who supports this kind of entertainment I’m sure to be really expecting something that this album actually delivers on. I haven’t heard the entire thing but get ready for this great production – some flows so icy & relentless (even) on a colossus mega deck, & to mention, there will be a physical release. Where we find many a unique flow from artists like the main zag Noah 23 but spanning across the crypt with unlock-able listens

    “So is here the official track list. It is insanely monstrous and also comes with instructions on listening in 2 pieces. Side (B) begins on track 16.” – NOAH 23

    NOAH23 “PEACOCK ANGEL OFFICIAL TRACKLIST

    1. INTRO {FR<>ZE}
    2. YIN YANG PINKY RING {LEDERRICK}
    3. IBOGAINE {YVNG BVCK}
    4. PROMETHAZINE PROMETHEUS ft. SPZ CHAOTE, TRINITI & MACKNED {SPZ CHAOTE}
    5. THUNDER & RAIN ft. DAIMON MILES {FRESH KILS}
    6. BENJAMIN BUTTON {CALIS}
    7. DARK CRY$TAL ft. $UICIDE BOY$ {WAAVE GAWD}
    8. RUNNIN THRU YR HEAD ft. DYLAN ROSS {PICTUREPLANE}
    9. PINK CHUCKS ft. PEPPER BOY {BLVCK HXVRT}
    10. TERENCE MCKENNA ft. LXOR {MOTEM}
    11. DANCE WITCHA ft. STASH MARINA {MAXDADDY}
    12. WOLF ANGEL {DJ COUTZ}
    13. DMT ft. LESS {NOBLONSKI & MORBIDLY O BEATS}
    14. NUCLEAR HEAT ft. BARACUDA {BENDER} SCRATCHES BY DJ SO NICE
    15. WEED CRUMBS ON MY BLACK PANTS ft. TRIPPY THA KID {LEDERRICK}
    16. NOAH MOTION ft. NO EMOTION GOLD MASK {NATTYMARI}
    17. CANT DISGUISE ft. SHADY BLAZE {JAMERSON}
    18. TIDAL WAVE ft. MAIN ATTRAKIONZ {RELLIM}
    19. FALLEN PARADISE ft. YUNGJZAISDEAD & YUNG XELA {YUNG JZA}
    20. SIDEWALK {NOK FROM THE FUTURE}
    21. YOU COULD BE MY WIZ {ELAQUENT}
    22. ON A MISSION ft. DIZZY D {DEBARS}
    23. HOW MANY ft. SWAG TOOF {SPZ CHAOTE}
    24. PHANTASY {KHALIL NOVA}
    25. PLAGUE BOYZ ft. .CULT {YAWNS}
    26. FENG SHUI {SHMX}
    27. ΩMEGA CHIPS ft. WICCA PHASE SPRINGS ETERNAL {KHRIST KOOPA}
    28. LAVA LAMP ft. SUPA SORTAHUMAN {KEYBOARD KID}
    29. STAY GOLD ft. NXMX GXLDXX {FR<>ZE}
    30. PENDULUM SWINGS {SLAVA MANE}
    31. ELECTRIC JAZZ CIGARETTES {MYSTIC PHONK}
    32. MY DADDY WENT TO PRISON & MY LITTLE BROTHER DIED {THATS CREEP}
    33. CONCERING THE UFO SIGHTING NEAR HIGHLAND {88 ULTRA}


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  • TIMTONIK (Producer/DJ) lit the internet on fire when he landed his lamborghini Death Star on  the NVR MND soundcloud (two nights ago…)

     Dialing us down of that bullsh*t & onto another masterpiece of his, a preview of what is come in his later release of the EP called “PURGATORY”; including 4 Tracks. starts with a brand new track of mine called “Deep Dark Drone”] A video will be premiered at a later date, stay tune for an update once that information is revealed. What do I have to say about it, Nothing more than you would conjure from the experience from you just listened to the damn thing! It is so slick & dark   –  but has a very comforting vibration in a sense. That sense being, instead of cold/wet youre getting warm/wet; at the same time. The waves hover all over you. I think this is by far one of my all-time favorite NVRM1X’s; produced by TIMTONIK. seriously a glimpse into Alien Tech (AT).

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    It’s imaginative, the first emissions aren’t so predictable, to instigate any feelings of nostalgic Tech House. Well I say that, but with a grain of salt if you’re an enthusiast. The spectrum these days has definitely changed since its beginnings, but what some of us refer to as “old heads”, are a pedigree & cultural those personality types are still functioning models of society.

    Those of you whom I’m speaking of are already activated enough to enjoy this mix. It’s an experiential stain on the minds of those who enjoy a hypnotic & trance like dancing experience. Steam evaporates from the symbols, as the bass of your feet stomping the ground in an ethereal orgasmic tension. Never wanting to stop, as music turns into an alarming of deliberate movements to exhume oneself from their prisons.

    #ENDJOY

    Tracklist;

    01. Tim Tonik – Deep Dark Drone (Original Mix)

    02. HYP.NOS – Grenade (Rezystor Remix)

    03. Tonikattitude – Dont Touch My Cocaine (Marika Rossa Remix)

    04. Atomic Moog – Rhythm (KMRT Remix)

    05. Luix Spectrum – Black White (Jan Fleck Remix)

    06. I’GOR – Deathstalker (Original Mix)

    07. 2Bee – Preparation For The Attack (Original Mix)

    08. Housemeister, Dave Tarrida – YOU GONNA DIG THIS (JoeFarr Remix)

    09. Erik S, Matt S – Acid Overdose (Original Mix)

    10. Lorenzo D’Ianni, Pedro Delgardo – Nails (Original Mix)

    11. Matt Mus, Lexem – Black Shadows (Original Mix)

    12. Henry Cullen, Tom Laws – Awakening (Original Mix)

    13. Jan Fleck – Turin (Original Mix)

    14. Hell Driver – Diesel Power (Original Mix)

    15. Hombre Ombre, Diatek – Masochism Love (Original Mix)

    16. Ronny Vergara – Mood (Original Mix)

    17. A.Paul – Departure (Original Mix)

    18. Clouds – Chained To A Dead Camel (Original Mix)

    19. Niereich vs Hackler And Kuch – Tllive (Andreas Kramer Mix)

    20. Tim Tonik – Sound of Silence (Preview)

    [ This NVR M1X brought to you by NVR MND. Thanks to MIKE TEXTBEAK, our elite music coordinator & Thanks to our supporters and everyone who tune the mix. If you’re already a wordpress member Follow/Share each post you loved reading & let us know what you think in comments below. ]

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    A NVR MND Moment from TIMTONIK

    TIMTONIK:  “…Also there is coming an Teaser for my upcoming music video…”

    “This music video which is set to release, come end of June/July on VOXNOX Records

    “The EP is called PURGATORY; including 4 Tracks. starts with a brand new track of mine called “Deep Dark Drone, which will be released soon on the voxnox records compilation. At the end (50:00 – 50:08) you can hear the first chords of an upcoming freedownload of mine; which is called [Sound of Silence]…”

    “…Another thing about the Mix is that this mix is slightly different to my own mixtape series Future Death Tape. It’s an more Dark Deep Techno – After Hour Set, which should show that my music will become even more darker and deeper. It only includes music i personally prefer and i would play those tracks on afterhour gigs. But I will still continue my FDT series with that dark future techno music. And, I as Tim Tonik will also produce that kind of music , but also that new deep and dark [stuff]….”

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  • gene editInterview Conducted by EA

    EA: You have worked with some very notable artists and producers including T.RAUMSCHMIERE, Paul Castle, and Andy Chatterley of The Droyds (ex Psychic TV), Mark Moore aka S’Express, and Punx Soundcheck. Can you tell me a little bit about your personal musical history and how you came to work with such respected personalities?

    GS: I have always been musical. Since I can remember, I did my grades and techniques as a kid but classical music wasn’t for me really, not back then – the music on the radio was really what did it for me growing up. I first engaged with “dance music” in the early 90’s – I heard Papua New Guinea by FSOL and I was blown away. I knew it was BIG and that sound was going to stay. It was around then I rang up my top ten UK records’ labels and tried to see if I could sing with someone. Back then I saw 4 labels and tried out with 2.

    That was when I first sang on electronic music in the studio proper. It was amazing. I have written a lot of songs. During that time the world of making music has changed a lot, so much so sometimes, it has been hard to keep up with it’s evolution. When I started recording music 23 years ago they still used 2 inch tape, you would have to get it perfect or drop in, totally perfect. Then came a-dat and soundscape, and before we knew it we could edit vocals digitally and put guitars next to a drum loop and it all sounded fantastic! Things are very different now…that’s the norm – and how gorgeous is that? Everyone has a chance at being perfect and brilliant – there’s no excuse … now it’s down to character and ideas. That’s the real challenge.

    I have been really lucky, to have crossed paths with such talent, but I have fallen prey to the usual pitfalls too, I have made some classic mistakes along the way. Being an artist isn’t for the faint hearted, it plays with your dreams. Somehow for me, it has been at that those points, when I have thought I can’t do it anymore, it all takes too much and gives too little in return that someone, or something wonderful simply appears and leads me onto my next big thing. I met a couple of the people you mentioned above at those times. Sometimes I have approached an artist I really admire myself – see if they would like to collaborate, or I have been contacted by them, their label, whoever – usually its largely a part of time and place. I work to one rule really, and that’s never to make music with someone whose work i do not like. It has stood me well I feel and allowed me to release some very high quality recordings over the years. Music i still like. Really I just count my blessings for all I have learned from each person I have collaborated with so far.

     

    EA: Back in the early 2000’s you used to record as Louise De Fraine why the change to GeneSerene?

    GS: It wasn’t really intentional but it somehow changed everything. In the early 00’s I had a new collection of songs having recently split from a long term writing partnership. I wanted to perform the songs and I needed separation, as it was a very different sound to what I had been doing before. For a laugh I wrote a character, Gene Serene into “Wicked” a track I was writing with Billy Borez and Barry Ashworth at the time… It rhymed with silver screen – It was pretty tongue in cheek. I remember giving my first performance as Gene Serene and getting several bookings afterwards, and then it rolled on from there on for the last decade, my husband calls me Genie!

    EA: You were right up in the thick of the Electroclash movement. What are your reflections on that time period? 

    GS: Music was exciting then and I remember there being a real buzz. The first real moment for me live, was a Fischerspooner launch party in a long tunnel – all I could see was their hair, but everyone was excited, something was happening, there were songs in dance music, I really liked that. Looking back it was a whirlwind for me; I met people who felt like family, People finally seemed to get my music, and me, which was special for sure.

    EA: There have been some people on various social networks recently declaring a rebirth of electro clash. Do you think this will ever happen and why?

    GS: i think rather than it dying a lot of its qualities have been imported into the mainstream. It really was a “scene” and I would be interested in how this reincarnation would take manifest. “Electro-Clash” was coined I believe by Larry Tee, and it was born in New York City. What was happening in London, and other European cities started to make a family of artists, people who would inspire each other, entertain and write some great songs – i feel a lot of it sits at the underbelly, unrecognized in popular music, but the roots go way back, back to the 70’s and 80’s. It was a phenomenon for sure. I hope and pray for the world to keep inspiring and daring one another, there were so many great artists that emerged through that scene at that time.

    EA: Your song “All Over You” was used in the indie film Four Eyed Monsters, which I sadly have not seen yet. Have you had any other music in films or done any scoring work?

    GS: I have only just really started to compose music again myself with this last project. It’s something I would love to do, all my family have worked in film. Fine art/television – I feel a strong affinity to cinema.

    EA: Do you feel more of an emotional connection to one type of sound, specifically electronic over live instrumentation? Is there a certain style of electronic or live music you feel most connected to?

    GS: No. I wouldn’t go as far as to say that, I certainly feel a connection to composed music, written with love, intention and meaning. I love electronic music, I have released dance records since 98 and so club culture has been a massive part of my life too. I grew up in great times for live music the late seventies – punk, new wave – I discovered Cardiacs very early on in life, I was about 14 the first time I saw them play The Whole Wide World Window live, it blew my mind and set the bar for live music experience very high. I enjoyed seeing bands like Pink Floyd and The Damned, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Colorblind James Experience, The Buzzcocks, Depeche Mode, The Ramones and the Butthole Surfers – I loved the sub pop releases in the early nineties like Mudhoney, Rev Horton Heat, the list is endless of the bands I loved in the 80’s and 90’s really…

    I never really went in for Folk or Britpop, everyone loves Helplessly Hoping but I found the likes of Joni and Blur a little needy and emotional so round 92 I really turned my taste around and started getting into dance 12 inches and mixing, the first record I ordered on import was Accident In Paradise – Sven Vaith, Plank 01 was also one of my first amazing dance tunes. I suppose what I am saying is the sound that really does it for me is both together, live and synthesized instruments can make some beautiful places.

    EA: You are about to release your new album, The Polaris Experience. What can we expect from the new album?

    GS: Yes, this summer I will release the album. It’s a concept album, telling of 2 people escaping the earth forever. Its a journey and written to be listened to from beginning to end. Live it lends to cinemas, theatres and unusual settings. The majority of tracks are more downtempo than my previous releases, yet big, bold and beautiful. I am very happy with how it has turned out – even if it has taken so long, it’s been worth it, it’s finished.

    EA: You posted a picture of one of your songs in the works on Facebook, what programs have you been using? How has your use of technology changed over the time you’ve been writing music?

    GS: That was a particularly beautiful spectroscope used for visualizing sound in a mastering software i have forgotten the name of. There are tools you can really see what’s going on, a spectroscope forms a visual landscape allowing you to watch your music and catch things you may miss audibly with your eyes. I wrote the songs using a sample library Bob had created. After we decided to work with one another he sent me a file of loops he’d made, all different vibes, keys and speeds, some synth, drums and bass for me to work some musical ideas around. I used an Alesis midi controller keyboard and first recorded my vocals at home using a condenser mic – I then sent my ideas over to Bob who imported the project file into Pro-Tools and worked his magic. Bob designs and builds synth modules – his Penfold unit was used a lot on our album.

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    He also used a modified Alesis HR16 drum machine, that’s also on his page.

    Bob’s quite the engineer, on several levels & truly a good guy. Our sound grew pretty organically and It was quite magical really – over months and months songs and stories began to develop, it became a conceptual piece.

    EA: It’s very cool you have a remix by producer Fil OK of We’re in the Water (ex-Atomizer) on the new single for “Don’t Let Go,” from The Polaris Experience. Have you known Fil previously? Did you ever experience the classic Nag Nag Nag night that he, Johnny Slut and JoJo De Freq used to do first hand?

    GS: I love Fil OK. We have shared some great times together. I went to some of the Nag Nag Nag parties and they were definitely wild! I think we first shared a bill in Bournemouth (or Liverpool) it was then we really hit it off and we were both already working a lot out in Berlin, so we saw each other a fair bit when I lived out there. He is a fantastic DJ and producer. He was my resident DJ for my Drop the Bomb parties, such an inspiring artist I have seen him get better and better. He’s very open-minded musically and draws from a really wide selection of influences – it makes his work really outstanding. He has introduced me to so much music I would never have heard. His mix is special.

    EA: You have a track on The Polaris Experience called “The Singularity.” What’s the story behind that track?

    GS: The Singularity in the Album is that moment the earth is toxic, the war is over – the intelligent machines are in control, it’s all about escaping with your life, with the one you love. Kurtzweil’s “Singularity”, Mars One, the Hadron Collider, Fukushima effect, HAARP, it goes on and on and it’s all pointing towards one thing – the need for off world escape. The singularity is not far from what I see currently happening here in the world really. Sure, It’s allegorical in many ways, telling the age-old story of a man and a woman. But living through these fast and dangerous times. Existing on a toxic planet and offered the opportunity to leave. My Grandfather, Terence Fisher directed Hammer Horror films and I grew up with those stories of tortured souls. Frankenstein created a monster, a poor tortured creature – that’s what we’re currently doing to earth with scientific experiments on our environment, energy and so on.  I am sure in a hundred years we will see our attempts at AI to be incredibly crude, just as Frankenstein’s monster was simply body parts sewn together. The singularity is a fascinating concept, and can have so many meanings.

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/singularity-ep/id977540706

    EA: Do you fear the possibility of a singularity in the technology takeover sense?

    GS: All things considered I think I am probably a futurist, this scientific and technological revolution has been going on since the wheel and Aristotle, like – forever. As scientists advance in our age, I have experienced the benefits personally. My daughter has a metabolic disorder, MCADD. It’s genetic and can be diagnosed by testing for a gene in our DNA. Having that knowledge has probably saved her life, and so I am also beholden to the positives not just the negatives of our times and I subsequently do not fear the technological singularity as such. I feel I have a healthy interest in these things, and to me it’s not a just theory but “faction” and inevitability. In a “takeover” sense would it really be much different to the corrupt systems and warfare we are currently experiencing? I don’t know, I am exploring all these things in the album.

    The Polaris Experience will be released this July.

    EA: Thank you Gene for taking time out of your busy recording schedule to speak with us at NVR MND. It was a pleasure hearing your insights.


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  • BLVCK CEILING RE†URNS TO US OUT OF THE ASHES AS A DRVGG & ϞCREW By DIϟC☯RDI▲, PRESS PLAY ON THYS BURNT UP TRVCK THEY ONLY JUST RELEASED EARLIER THIS MONTH.

     

     

    LET THE FLAMES & SMOKE RISE, SOUNDS BEST IF YOU SMOKE SOME INDICA ALONG WIV IT. PROMISE +/-


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