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Broken Note Vs. Machine Code

Broken Note consists of Tommy and Eddie (aka Kidnappa of 16bit), based in London, England. One from a punk background, one from hip-hop came together for a love of relentless bass music after wrecking their eardrums at London squat parties. Broken Note makes filthy drum and bass and dubstep.

Raised on a diet of pure filth, the Broken Note duo are bringing their own unique sound to the electronic music scene. Combining lean, considered production skills with an appreciation of diverse rough beats; they have quickly established themselves as a sonic force to be reckoned with. ...read more

Broken Note consists of Tommy and Eddie (aka Kidnappa of 16bit), based in London, England. One from a punk background, one from hip-hop came together for a love of relentless bass music after wrecking their eardrums at London squat parties. Broken Note makes filthy drum and bass and dubstep.

Raised on a diet of pure filth, the Broken Note duo are bringing their own unique sound to the electronic music scene. Combining lean, considered production skills with an appreciation of diverse rough beats; they have quickly established themselves as a sonic force to be reckoned with.





Machine Code - aka Current Value & Dean Rodell - is a project formed out of true respect and passion for dance music with its origins deep-rooted in Techno. Neither artist needs introduction to any of the scenes they have been busy infiltrating, as these two heavy-weights of underground electronica have been continually releasing tight cuts and forward thinking music for over 20 years between them to date.

Following the release Machine Code’s first, forward thinking LP - ‘Environments’; which comprised a slab of heavy and experimental and cross-over takes on DnB, Techno and Dubstep - they are once again fresh from working the machines at their own Subdivision Studio in Berlin. A fresh munitions stockpile is ready to be broadcast to and inflicted upon audiences worldwide. Machine Code live’s ideal is to bring it back to that original and fresh sound with a true manipulated modular synthesis approach.

They are ready to crush sound systems in their path with relentlessly rushing and hypnotic DnB, lung collapsing Dubstep and dark clanging Techno derived from the darkest depths of their abused machinery. « hide

Similar Bands: Matta, DJ Hidden, Reso, Current Value, Cooh

Knuckle Dust
2010

3.5
1 Votes

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