Posts Tagged ‘Sinecore’

After their two recent releases on T-Files (“Virulence” as T-FILE029, “Arsenic” and “The Dead Man Walking” on T-FILE-EP013), Messieurs Colmant deliver this lovely streamlined technoid tool on T-FREE. Go check their alias “Antichristus” and their own label Evil Beats Recordings; and while you are at it, give a listen to “Arythmia” by Peter Kurten and Dead Kat (Amalgam 003 vinyl) because it is one of the wickedest Drum & Bass tunes ever!

–> 320 kbps mp3



After three single Colmant tunes on Tilt-Recordings (Sinecore feat. Peter Kurten – “Vendetta” [T-FILE012], Kriotek – “Borrhot” (Sinecore RMX) [T-FILE026], Sinecore + Peter Kurten – “Virulence” [T-FILE029]) it is now time for an EP (and something else soon). “Arsenic” is a rhythmic bouncer, almost completely dry. A proper basic loop made of syncopated bass stabs interplaying with a strong kickdrum and a dry snare, opened up with creative breaks, is all that is needed. “The Dead Man Walking” has a similar structure. But it is rolling more, has a much less prominent snare and there is a constantly modulated synth line woven into the rhythmic texture. Techno at its core: melody functions smoothly as one among other rythmic elements.

Check www.myspace.com/peterkurten666 and www.myspace.com/djsinecore!

Peter Kurten + Sinecore – “Arsenic” –> 128 kbps mp3 clip
Peter Kurten – “The Dead Man Walking” –> 128 kbps mp3 clip

320 kbps mp3 and wav available on Beatport, Digital-Tunes, Juno, Chemical, ithinkmusic.



The Belgians did it again! The two evil brothers bless Tilt-Recordings with a strong technoid stomper for the 3rd time.

–> 128 kbps mp3 clip

320 kbps mp3 and wav available on Beatport, Juno, Digital-Tunes, Chemical and ithinkmusic.



Sinecore, one of the newer faces on the forefront of technoid, dark and hard Belgian Drum & Bass, returns to Tilt-Recordings to delivers a remix of Kriotek‘s “BoRRhot” (originally released as T-FILE011 in 2008). It is very straight forward and technoid to the core, building on the vibe of the original but pushing it to the next level: the remix is free of melodic ballast and has a hard halfbar loop construction just like the original, but the beat sounds are much more compact and the bassdrum arrangement morphs a lot; the lead synth has morphed significantly but is still recognizable and the halfbar bass impulse has changed to a deep rumbling. In the end Sinecore has created a mighty weapon, combining a powerful, seriously technoid drive with playful edits.

–> 128 kbps mp3 clip

320 kbps mp3 available on ithinkmusic, Digital-Tunes, Juno, Chemical, Beatsdigital, Beatport.