Tekknology Hardstyle, Trance Dj 3rr0r Dj 3rr0r provides an album of bouncing Hardstyle with the release 'Tekknology'. Most notably from T3RR0R 3RR0R fame, Dj 3rr0r has compiled his own take on how Industrial can sound with a range of clear inspirations from Hardstyle and Trance music which is becoming more of a common occurrence in the modern Industrial world. The album consists of 12 tracks (really 10 tracks once you exclude the introduction track 'Invasion' and the 18 second track 'Time to Change' half way in), with the majority of tracks being Extended mixes. A powerful kick, an energetic synth sound with surging Hardstyle madness makes this release one to move to. Keeping still while listening to this album would be a feat of wonder. Only real negatives would be for the very small amount of 'weird' sounding phases in which the music just doesn't seem to go right but it is really just a small thing you can easily overlook when you're not nit-picking. A completely instrumental album with the exception of samples, it still resonates in sheer dance terror with some fluid display of influence and artistic independence. There is no apparent 'meaning' other than to stomp and rave, so if you're looking for a good time, then this is for you. Quite a memorable album. Boom, Technology, Techno technology. 450
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Dj 3rr0r - Tekknology

8.0
"Great"
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Electroracle
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Released 2011 by Mutant-E Records
Dj 3rr0r provides an album of bouncing Hardstyle with the release 'Tekknology'. Most notably from T3RR0R 3RR0R fame, Dj 3rr0r has compiled his own take on how Industrial can sound with a range of clear inspirations from Hardstyle and Trance music which is becoming more of a common occurrence in the modern Industrial world.

The album consists of 12 tracks (really 10 tracks once you exclude the introduction track 'Invasion' and the 18 second track 'Time to Change' half way in), with the majority of tracks being Extended mixes.

A powerful kick, an energetic synth sound with surging Hardstyle madness makes this release one to move to. Keeping still while listening to this album would be a feat of wonder. Only real negatives would be for the very small amount of 'weird' sounding phases in which the music just doesn't seem to go right but it is really just a small thing you can easily overlook when you're not nit-picking.

A completely instrumental album with the exception of samples, it still resonates in sheer dance terror with some fluid display of influence and artistic independence. There is no apparent 'meaning' other than to stomp and rave, so if you're looking for a good time, then this is for you. Quite a memorable album.

Boom, Technology, Techno technology.
Feb 29 2012

Liam Richards

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