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Gadget Hackwrench Fetish Club - TETRISCORE from MARS

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Apr 10, 2011 11:18 AM ET #1 (permalink)

Gadget Hackwrench Fetish Club (mathematics mixed with electronics) just released a new album "Heart Online". Lyrics about internet and how it changed people's life nowadays. Sounds really fresh.

GHFC:
"there r 2 stages now. electronic n instrumental.
question of time - when the new genre will appear in between
ppl are trying hard: industial, trancecore, digital hardcore, cybergrind, indie electronix

u know, it's always the same....
but we wanted to bring just 2 main ideas in our music
it's simple
first we wanted to bring sound design idea in instrumental music,
like if u make music 'bout god damn forest u can add some wind sounds and trees sounds and animal fucking sounds..-

2nd idea is digital n electronic nature sounds in instrumental music.
not only synths n syntheses. it cud b breaks, field recordings, modulation .. any sounds
4 example robots, computers, lasers or 70's n 80's sci-fi movies sounds..."
"yea, u can call it 2nd wave of cybercore or whatever u want cuz it doesn't matter man
all we wanted 2 say is - TETRISCORE OR DIE. lol"

Pretty interesting and unique. All tracks available on Soundcloud and Myspace:
http://www.myspace.com/ghfc
http://soundcloud.com/ghfcband

What do you think?

Apr 11, 2011 7:16 AM ET #2 (permalink)

This is ridiculous. I like it, but I don't know many who would...

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