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Kris Aroo

  1. Los Angeles, California
  2. Electronic
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  1. Interspace
    by Starcadian
  2. Got You (Single)
    by Sunset Neon
    00:00/00:00
    Got You Got You
  3. Offworld
    by Celldweller
    00:00/00:00
    The Great Divide The Great Divide
  4. Layer 8
    by 2methyl
    00:00/00:00
    2methyl - Stase 2methyl - Stase
  5. Analogica
    by 4ikai
    00:00/00:00
    Meridian Wake Meridian Wake
  6. A Matter Of Time
    by Voicians
    00:00/00:00
    Telepathetic Telepathetic
  7. 1/3
    by end.user
    00:00/00:00
    1/3 1/3
  8. Even Weight
    by end.user
    00:00/00:00
    A Little While (with Karsten Pflum) A Little While (with Karsten Pflum)
  9. Pyramid EP
    by Bereneces
    00:00/00:00
    Code Code
    Roughly 25 minutes of ominously dark, drum and bass music in just four tracks. This EP is crazy atmospheric, and is one of the most immersive release I've heard in 2016 so far. Those menacing bass growls get me all lustful. If you're into any form of dark electronic music, go listen to this now. Just do it.
  10. Angular Beings/Asterism
    by Neurosplit
    00:00/00:00
    Asterism Asterism
    Two fantastic, and highly minimal drum n bass tracks melded with really dark and eerie atmosphere. Nothing super complex or crazy here but that's what makes it the way it is. i could even go as far as to say that this is the kind of mood music very much fitting for the horror based videogame world.
  11. Fever Daydream
    by The Black Queen
    00:00/00:00
    Secret Scream Secret Scream
    I came across this album by accident. I happy that I did. It actually took some time to grow on me because my first impression of it was a little too casual for my taste. Although once I came back, I gave it a few more good plays, I was unable to stop. It's hard to pinpoint on why I love this album so much. I definitely hear the influences from other 80s artists but it's still very unique on its own right. I don't know how you guys did it but you've got a new follower.
  12. The Devil
    by Blue Stahli
    00:00/00:00
    Ready Aim Fire Ready Aim Fire
    Listening to this kinda stuff makes me want to shake my ass violently towards my enemies, and mosh until all my bones crumble and my body can't take anymore. Blue Stahli's "The Devil" is groovy, rocky, jazzy, snazzy, dapper, swank, lit AF, and any other hipster term that I haven't mentioned to compliment this extraordinary followup from the debut release. Way to go Bret, you've done it again you crafty devil you.
  13. Lazer Pink (Single)
    by Sunset Neon
    00:00/00:00
    Lazer Pink Lazer Pink
    Blind pre-order-er here. Hey, it's got Bret's name written on it.. can you blame me? That's what I thought. Edit: Turns out this new single became my ringtone, and I'm happy to have been one of the first few listeners of this promising new project
  14. TRILOGY
    by Carpenter Brut
    00:00/00:00
    Looking For Tracy Tzu Looking For Tracy Tzu
    I had the pleasure of experiencing Carpenter Brut live at Union in LA, just a couple of days after discovering the trilogy. I might be late to the party, and honestly I'm kinda shocked at why it took me so long to find this, but I'm sure as hell glad I did. Best musical discovery I've made in a long time.
  15. Night Stalker
    by Carpenter Brut
    00:00/00:00
    Night Stalker Night Stalker
    Around the two and a half minute mark and onward is truly a Carpenter Brut styled epic anthem I could just set on loop for days. Really powerful melody, loud synths, great atmosphere and hard hitting beats that should be heard in every action film ever made.
  16. Tech Noir (Carpenter Brut Remix)
    by GUNSHIP
    00:00/00:00
    Another song for a list of music that pokes my body directly in all of my soft pleasure spots, with just the right amount of danceable power and energy in a way that Carpenter Brut uniquely engineers. Gunship is a fantastic compilation of synthwave within itself, while this track is one of the biggest highlights of the album.
  17. End of an Empire (Deluxe Edition)
    by Celldweller
    00:00/00:00
    Down to Earth Down to Earth
    Greatest album and music production I've heard from any artist in a long time. The storytelling between the factions and its various characters is ominous and mysterious. Majority of the vocal tracks are lengthy as well and had kept me hooked. By the time I was finished listening to EoaE, I felt like I had gotten smashed in the face by a huge meteor, and it was fabulous. This is a big fat 10/10 album.
  18. Scandroid
    by Scandroid
    00:00/00:00
    Neo-Tokyo Neo-Tokyo
    So much cheese and it's absolutely delicious. No words can express how glorious this album in particular is. All 15 songs are bursting with life and resonate with colorful melodies. Modern synthwave has been woven by many, but as the saying often goes around here, "Anything Klayton touches turns into gold." and I think the 80s may have truly been reincarnated with Scandroid. This might turn some heads, however I'm certain that Red has claimed his throne as the emperor of future retro.
  19. A Thousand Years (Single)
    by Scandroid
    00:00/00:00
    A Thousand Years A Thousand Years
    Every Scandroid song may as well be a hit single. Red is a wizard that pours nothing but love and passion into his music. Just cranking out killer synth jams with some of the most lovely vocals on the planet.
  20. Rendezvous (Single)
    by Scandroid
    00:00/00:00
    Rendezvous Rendezvous
    My review: "Naaa Na. Naaaa Naaa Naa Naaah" And there you have it. That's all it takes for Klayton to get a song to become perma-stuck in your head. Amazing.
  21. Dreams of Neo-Tokyo
    by Scandroid
    00:00/00:00
    Shout (Blue Stahli Remix) Shout (Blue Stahli Remix)
    For some reason, every time I hear Bret's remix of Shout, I imagine myself watching a compilation video of Kramer from Seinfeld just busting through doors having seizures with the song playing in the background. I can't make it go away.
  22. Machines of Our Disgrace
    by Circle of Dust
    00:00/00:00
    Neurachem Neurachem
    Feed somebody some Scandroid, wait for them to digest, then dump some Circle of Dust on their plate, and watch how they look at you in utter confusion, realizing it's the same exact food. It's staggering how quickly Klayton can go back and forth from the unique styles of each project with such ease, while taking on a whole new personality. This is more than a worthy inheritor to the previous albums under CoD. He may as well be called Circle of Gust because Machines of our Disgrace blew me away.
  23. Disengage (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition]
    by Circle of Dust
    00:00/00:00
    Yurasuka (Blue Stahli Remix) Yurasuka (Blue Stahli Remix)
    Disengage, the evolving point between CoD and Celldweller. Nearly 20 years later and still seems to keep up to date with today's music. Yurasuka was actually my favorite CoD track when I discovered Klayton, and hearing Bret's bonkers remix on this remastered record, definitely added some BIG bonus points to this amazing re-release.
  24. Soundtrack For The Voices In My Head Vol. 03
    by Celldweller
    00:00/00:00
    Mission to Mercury Mission to Mercury
    I think these tracks would have had much more of an impact on me if I hadn't already associated nearly everything with End of an Empire. So my excitement for this release wasn't all that anticipated. Although as far as this addition to the Voices series, volume 3, in my opinion has reached the pinnacle of all Klayton's instrumental work to date. Whether you know these from EoaE or are just finding this, these are still very solid tracks that show Klayton's masterful production skills.
  25. Blackstar (Original Score)
    by Celldweller
    00:00/00:00
    The Undercity The Undercity
    Best way to put it, majority of Blackstar is what it would sound like if Scandroid were to create a SVH album. There are plenty of retro boopydoos to be heard, among several celldweller-esque electro rock, and moody ambient / downtempo tracks for your future dystopian listening pleasures.
  26. Electric Eye (Single)
    by Celldweller
    00:00/00:00
    Electric Eye Electric Eye
    Klayton, (Also known by his hero name Electric Man/Electric Guy) is the new superhero on the streets of Detroit. The only guy to survive after climbing a tree, tangled in high voltage power lines to save a kitten, whilst being zapped and falling to his death. So people thought... With his newly founded cable company, and the help of his strange new powers, he began to shape the world with his heroic deeds of replacing old clunky satellite dishes with modern cable.
  27. Zombie Killer
    by Celldweller
    00:00/00:00
    Sloth Battle Sloth Battle
    Only three songs from Celldweller made it to the DR3 soundtrack... but they were the best three songs from the entire soundtrack. My thirst for zombie blood has been quenched. Wait.. drinking zombie blood turns you into a zombie yourself? Oh shi- "blerrgggh"
  28. Heatdeath
    by Comaduster
    00:00/00:00
    Heatdeath (Original Mix) Heatdeath (Original Mix)
    Would ya look at that. This is what it sounds like when you dont try to half-ass release something within a week of working on it. *cough cough mainstream music cough cough* once again it's easy to hear the love and effort. so many details and such a beautiful voice <3
  29. Emergent One
    by Comaduster
    00:00/00:00
    Emergent One Emergent One
    Normally into Réal's more heavier jams, but this may be a new personal favorite from Comaduster. The instrumental is fantastic by itself of course, but the vocals are like the cherry on top the cake, and seem to meld in with everything else that's going on so flawlessly. Great job! 10/10 Cannot wait for Solace.
  30. Winter Eyes
    by Comaduster
    00:00/00:00
    Winter Eyes Winter Eyes
    Really dark and beautifully crafted EP that built hype for the epic Hollow Worlds release. The haunting vocals and ambience send chills down my body. Looking for strikingly unique sounds? Well here they are. You won't find anything like this anywhere else.
  31. Hollow Worlds
    by Comaduster
    00:00/00:00
    Walls Walls
    Comaduster is obviously some kind of intelligent, extraterrestrial being, taking the meaning of "IDM" to an entirely new level. I'm pretty sure aliens are the only ones out there who are capable of making such cool music like this. Hollow Worlds is dark, heavy, atmospheric, glitchy, and sounds like a whole lot of love and effort was put into crafting this. Definitely one of my favorite albums of all time.
  32. Echogenetic
    by Front Line Assembly
    00:00/00:00
    Exhale Exhale
    I know there are fans out there who are slightly upset with Front Line Assembly going towards the wubby side with Echogenetic, but I really like the turn they took while still keeping true to the name and well... still sounding like FLA. I gotta say this is my favorite album from these guys. Fight me! Either way, FLA has been around cooking up industrial music for a billion years, with a massive discography. Much respect, and I hope to see another album that can top this in my book.
  33. Etheric Nation
    by Crytek
    00:00/00:00
    Contact Contact
    Sexy synthetic sounds? Check. Clean vocals? Check. Harsh vocals? Check. Good vocals? Check. Diverse vocal melodies? Check. Vocoders?? Check. Music that you should buy several times until you can't even afford to purchase food anymore? Yeah it's got all that.
  34. Bullet
    by Crytek
    00:00/00:00
    I think there has been a key piece missing in my life for a while, then I realized I've been Crytek deprived. This synthpop industrial greatness slams at you like a high caliber bullet (no pun intended) and satisfies all your sweet spots like the most delicious cake you've ever eaten. Kudos to Crytek for this bomb ass cover of Covenant, an already great song that has been redone and modernized with craftsmanship.
  35. Clear a Path
    by Cyanotic
    00:00/00:00
    Control = Lost Control = Lost
    Sean really slammed us hard in the face with the Payne train in this brutal two track industrial-punk mayhem. This is a prime example of a full on dose of energy driven music, that could easily set any club on fire, give old ladies heart attacks, melt steel beams, and turn our children into augmented machines of war.
  36. Worst Case Scenario Vol.1+2
    by Cyanotic
    00:00/00:00
    Pressure [remaster] Pressure [remaster]
    Saw these guys tour live for the first time last night in LA with iVardensphere. Met Sean (coolest guy ever) Got a signed CD, poster, shirt and everything but no digital record. It's nice to finally have this industrial metal madness in my collection on Bandcamp.
  37. DEF NEON
    by DEF NEON
    00:00/00:00
    Rotoscope Rotoscope
    Only heard like three songs and I was sold. I'm really enjoying that perfect intensity of retro punk pop-rock, not too light and plenty of edge to get your body moving. Just now I'm hearing about DEF NEON, and I'm under the impression that these guys have a great future ahead of them.
  38. Samurai
    by Machinecode
    00:00/00:00
    It's Time It's Time
    In all my endless hours scouring through the internet's breakcore scene, this release reached its pinnacle. Everything Ad Noiseam has to offer is pure gold, and this is no exception. Samurai as a whole blows nearly everything in the breakcore realm out of the water. What you hear from this release, is crisp and complex, dynamic and atmospheric, yet ferocious and beautiful music.
  39. Evolution of the Universe
    by Medium
    00:00/00:00
    Deadfall Deadfall
    Has to be my top dnb release as of 2017 so far. The album is very well produced and detail oriented, with a fluid blend of moody, atmospheric textures, high octane drums, and heavily distorted bass warbles. Huge respect to Medium and everyone else who helped birth this beauty. And don't think I didn't catch you in there End.user, you damn genius.
  40. Directive
    by DJ Hidden
    00:00/00:00
    Canadian Dropzone Canadian Dropzone
    Proud supporter of Hidden since the release of Words Below back in 2009, who has always been my go-to for sinister, fast and devastating drum music. Directive has a much more diverse sound with the addition of some slower tracks like "Polar Perspective"/"Poltergeist" and even a bit more Outside Agency type stuff with the typical Hidden sound alongside it all. This is yet another solid 10/10 album, showing off the terrifying brute force that DJ Hidden is made of.
  41. Drastic / Dying Star
    by DJ Hidden
    00:00/00:00
    Dying Star Dying Star
    A bit more on the wubbier side of the spectrum while still staying true to the Hidden sound. The modulated vocal samples thrown into the mix throughout the tracks are pretty sweet. This is another solid release indeed.
  42. Primitive / Scintillate
    by The Outside Agency / DJ Hidden
    00:00/00:00
    Primitive Primitive
    TOA was the duo who got me into the hardcore, crossbreed genre, and one of the few groups (in my opinion) who can pull it off impeccably. It's not just basic repeats of distorted kicks. There's a distinctive mood set in place, as if the music itself is trying to take you down into this world that these guys have created, and preparing you for your entry into their musical slaughterhouse.
  43. PRSPCT EP 007 - Evah Green EP by DJ Hidden
    by PRSPCT Recordings
    00:00/00:00
    Chosen Chosen
    Evah Green, along with many of Noël's other albums and EPs give off a mental awareness that you are listening to the soundtrack of all your blood curdling nightmares. The spooky atmosphere, ambiance and drones, followed by fast, heavy kicks and snares may send first time listeners into a spastic shock. If DJ Hidden was a drug I'd smoke it.
  44. ETCHED
    by 2methyl
    00:00/00:00
    Tech2 Tech2
    I knew this was going to be an album that would eventually grow on me the longer I waited and the more I listened. This kind of music is definitely weird, and not something you'd come across very often. That is only "part" of the reason Etched gets such a high score from me. Not only is 2methyl a beastly, detail oriented producer, but now another artist that I can comfortably say that I know can do just fine collaborating with other hip hop artists. Wonderful album.
  45. Anima In Machina
    by Faderhead
    00:00/00:00
    Smirious Black Smirious Black
    As a child of October this felt very much like an unexpected birthday present. The album makes up of some old and some new hit songs which seem to have been amplified to a new spooky level for the holidays.