Warp Industry Dark Electro, Electro-Industrial Nanotech Ltd. 'Warp Industry was originally released worldwide as a free download single. This has now been followed up by the release of the 6-track 'Warp Industry' EP on Halotan Records. 'Warp Industry' is set to a background of the Nanotech research corporation and the Cyborgs they have created, who have now enslaved man. So my advice is if you want to enjoy this fully read the booklet first. The first track 'Article One', simply but effectively serves to enhance and further this process. Then we go to 'Warp Industry (Club Mix)' which is just as the band proclaims, aggressive, melodic and designed for the dance floor. This is great aggrotech style, electronic dance music, which sounds Hocico and Combichrist influenced. 'Target Destroyed' again the same formula but very much a different track, with a more electro-industrial sound, but still managing to keep the dance sound. It does this while also commanding enough attention to ensure you take in more of the Nanotech Corporation history. Very melodic track with a great drum beat. The great drums continue into 'Northern Darks', also a good dance track once again with vocals at a good level. This is the kind of stuff I like for breakfast. We then burst into 'Future Police state' - a good strong track, with a complicated layered sound. 'The Tower', again follows in very much the same vein, great drums, melody and excellent dance beat. I could even describe it in parts as having a techno-anthem sound, but with enough of an industrial sound for it not to seem misplaced on this EP. It is very much to my enjoyment anyway. The EP is completed by two reasonable remixes of 'Warp Industry', but my preference lies very much with the earlier 'Club Mix'. As an EP it works well, with every track bar the final remixes having individual merits that contribute to the whole. As a piece of work it's not outstanding but it's certainly certainly much better than mediocre and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys this style of music. 450
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Nanotech Ltd. - Warp Industry

'Warp Industry was originally released worldwide as a free download single. This has now been followed up by the release of the 6-track 'Warp Industry' EP on Halotan Records.

'Warp Industry' is set to a background of the Nanotech research corporation and the Cyborgs they have created, who have now enslaved man. So my advice is if you want to enjoy this fully read the booklet first. The first track 'Article One', simply but effectively serves to enhance and further this process.

Then we go to 'Warp Industry (Club Mix)' which is just as the band proclaims, aggressive, melodic and designed for the dance floor. This is great aggrotech style, electronic dance music, which sounds Hocico and Combichrist influenced.

'Target Destroyed' again the same formula but very much a different track, with a more electro-industrial sound, but still managing to keep the dance sound. It does this while also commanding enough attention to ensure you take in more of the Nanotech Corporation history. Very melodic track with a great drum beat.

The great drums continue into 'Northern Darks', also a good dance track once again with vocals at a good level. This is the kind of stuff I like for breakfast. We then burst into 'Future Police state' - a good strong track, with a complicated layered sound. 'The Tower', again follows in very much the same vein, great drums, melody and excellent dance beat. I could even describe it in parts as having a techno-anthem sound, but with enough of an industrial sound for it not to seem misplaced on this EP. It is very much to my enjoyment anyway.

The EP is completed by two reasonable remixes of 'Warp Industry', but my preference lies very much with the earlier 'Club Mix'.

As an EP it works well, with every track bar the final remixes having individual merits that contribute to the whole. As a piece of work it's not outstanding but it's certainly certainly much better than mediocre and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys this style of music.
Apr 10 2012

Danya Malashenkov

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