END: The DJ - Fires of the Shore
EBM, Rhythmic Noise END: The DJ is foremost known for his DJ-sets as well as different remix works and compilation albums. This time he releases his own single with the track "Fires of the Shore" together with vocals from great names like Assemblage 23, Uberbyte, System Syn and Miss FD.

The song is dedicated to the major catastrophe of the oil spill from the oil platform Deepwater Horizon in the Mexican Gulf back in 2010. Even though it has escaped the news here in Europe, the problem is still very alive and has effected and still effects more people you can imagine. By buying this release, money will go to the Waterkeepers to save the Gulf. I really appreciate these kind of releases that takes on a bigger issue, and it's nice to see that artists come together to create something for a greater cause.

Even though 44 minutes of the same track (6 versions) get a bit tedious to be honest, it's a great track and some pretty cool remixes as well. END's music sounds like a more techno influenced Assemblage 23 with great melodies. With great names doing the vocals, I was a bit afraid of that he would lay the burden on them to keep the track up, but he has created some hard pounding dance floor sounds with a almost 90's sounding techno melody. It's a big wave of dance addiction hitting you straight on your chin, sending you to complete darkness.

The God's of awesome base lines, Northborne, does a great job with varying up the pounding bass from the original, creating something more drone like and floaty. This remix is easily the best one and together with the Stahlnebel & Black Selket remix, it does a much better job than trying to make it into either power noise or harsh EBM. Simply taking it too far with this track.

Make sure you buy this single at Nilaihah's homepage, support the Waterkeepers and get one hell of a dance track while your at it!
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Brutal Resonance

END: The DJ - Fires of the Shore

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2011 by Nilaihah Records
END: The DJ is foremost known for his DJ-sets as well as different remix works and compilation albums. This time he releases his own single with the track "Fires of the Shore" together with vocals from great names like Assemblage 23, Uberbyte, System Syn and Miss FD.

The song is dedicated to the major catastrophe of the oil spill from the oil platform Deepwater Horizon in the Mexican Gulf back in 2010. Even though it has escaped the news here in Europe, the problem is still very alive and has effected and still effects more people you can imagine. By buying this release, money will go to the Waterkeepers to save the Gulf. I really appreciate these kind of releases that takes on a bigger issue, and it's nice to see that artists come together to create something for a greater cause.

Even though 44 minutes of the same track (6 versions) get a bit tedious to be honest, it's a great track and some pretty cool remixes as well. END's music sounds like a more techno influenced Assemblage 23 with great melodies. With great names doing the vocals, I was a bit afraid of that he would lay the burden on them to keep the track up, but he has created some hard pounding dance floor sounds with a almost 90's sounding techno melody. It's a big wave of dance addiction hitting you straight on your chin, sending you to complete darkness.

The God's of awesome base lines, Northborne, does a great job with varying up the pounding bass from the original, creating something more drone like and floaty. This remix is easily the best one and together with the Stahlnebel & Black Selket remix, it does a much better job than trying to make it into either power noise or harsh EBM. Simply taking it too far with this track.

Make sure you buy this single at Nilaihah's homepage, support the Waterkeepers and get one hell of a dance track while your at it!
Apr 27 2011

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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