The release of Atari Teenage Riot’s Is This Hyperreal? drew rave reviews from the press. See some quotes after the jump.
Dan Sena’s recent trip down to Colombia included stickers and street signs. Watch the video after the jump.
After hearing Dan Sena’s Mixtape. Sick Boy thought about the Influence of Old Hardcore to Industrial, mathmetal and came up with this Mixtape of bands as old as the Early 80 to the Influence they had on Industrial 90′s acts and Even have influence in 2011, ending this mixtape with Rifoki.
Crafting quasi-political music with a punk influence and techno beats, German band Atari Teenage Riot paved the way for a new genre called digital hardcore when they emerged in 1992. After a 10 year hiatus, they reformed and released their fourth studio album this week, Is This Hyperreal?.
Mustard Pimp remixes Afghan Raiders – ‘Tunnel Vision’. Listen & Download after the jump.
Check out the debut video “A Knight” from Dim Mak’s own New Ivory.
Atari Teenage Riot was featured in ARTROCKER, Record Collector and Metal Hammer. Have a look at the magazine scans after the jump.
Check out this Disco Villains Remix of GTronics “Sucker Punch” – Free Download link thanks to RCRDLBL.
Check out this video of TAI’s trip Australia to play the Future Music Festival.
The Autoerotique trio visited Canada’s Much Music for New Music Live yesterday (June 1) for an exclusive interview. They discussed “cakesplosions,” the air cannons used in their viral hit video “Turn Up the Volume,” and how Toronto’s music scene has influenced their music.