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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS: 25 hours of new shows - and probably the only radio station endorsing Ceaseless Salmagundi

Artist Info

Dead Fader

Dead Fader
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™"Noisy dubstep and electro-influenced debut productions from Dead Fader dropping on the Cloaks-helmed 3by3 label. On the A-side 'Autumn Rot' squirms between pebble-dashed rave synths and hard-stepping 140bpm beats reminding of Black Mass Plastics. 'No Thief' on the flipside turns even harder, puncturing a rugged drum machine pattern with squalls of noise inna style akin to NHK's terrific Unununium installment for Raster Noton."

- Boomkat

"We couldn’t quite believe it when we first heard Dead Fader, how apt they are for the 3by3 label. This debut 12” was first aired in the Baked office late last year, and given it follows the mighty sonic dirge that is Cloaks, it just goes to prove that 3by3 really are cultivating an identity and sound all their own. Beats heavy as hell, abrasive high-end sonics and fully-wonked bass rhythms are mangled into two phat-ass productions with the most seismic grooves imaginable. You could throw ‘Autumn Rot’ into the mix just to ramp up the darkness, watch as it sinks its teeth into your arm and refuses to let go. As for the flip…well…all we’re saying is ‘No Thief’ 2:50 – if that’s not the sickest drop and reload we’ve heard in ages we’ll come round and smash up your house…all while blasting this Dead Fader 12”. Both tracks are drawn from the forthcoming, ear-bashing full length ‘Corrupt My Examiner’, and both tracks have been given an exclusive Transition mastering and cutting treatment, especially for this plate. Dead Fader are so maxed out, it’s hard to find an engineer who can deal with reproducing this blend of obliterated dancehall-noise and chainsaw-step for wax. For fans of The Bug, Surgeon and 16Bit - you gots to beware!"

- Baked Goods
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