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

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/Not/ the final outing of the February shows from our site. You have one more day as it is a leap year.

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Triac

Triac
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are four bands called TRIAC.

The first is a brutal three piece grindcore band from Baltimore, Md. featuring Jake Cregger on drums, Chadd Heathen on bass/vocals, and Kevin Bernsten on guitar/vocals.

"Baltimore's Triac juxtapose classic Amphetamine Reptile muscle with modern powerviolence, resulting in a crushing fusion of raw grind and noise-rock forcefulness punctuated by massive drumming & filthy bass".

2003 - Formed from the ashes of THE INDEX by Jake Cregger, Mark Sloan, and Richard Johnson.
The band recorded and released a demo cd in 2003 prior to adding new vocalist Blake Harrison.

2004 - Bassist Richard Johnson is replaced by Chadd Heathen.
2004 - Released a split 7in. with THE KARMA PAYMENT PLAN on Chaotic Noise records.

2005 - Released a split 7 in. w/ MEDIC on Reptilian Records.
2005 - Released “Dead House Dreaming” cd on Reptilian records.
2005 - Original guitarist Mark Sloan is replaced by Josh Siepp.

2007 - Noel Danger replaced Blake Harrison on vocals.

2008 - released "The Blue Room" 7in./cd e.p. on Forcefield/Reptilian Records.
2008 - Josh Siepp is replaced by Kevin Bernsten on guitar.

2010 - Released a split 12in. with NYC bands DEFEATIST and ASRA on Deep Six Records.
2010 - Contributed three songs for the “This Comp. Kills Fascists 2” cd comp. on Relapse Records.
2010 - Released "Always Meant To Hurt You" a tour only tape.

2011 - "Always meant to hurt you" 7 in. record on a389 Records.

2012 - TRIAC becomes a three piece with Chadd and Kevin taking over the vocal duties.
2012 - TRIAC/D.O.C. split 12 in. on RSR is released.

For fans of Grindcore, Fast Hardcore, Powerviolence, Noise-rock, Thrash, D-Beat Hardcore.


2) The second is a duo consisting of Ilan Lanz and Michael Reznik, from Israel; they play electro-trance and their latest album is called Mean Between.

3) The third is an electronic music trio from Italy formed in the end of 2011 by Rossano Polidoro (ex Tu m', Line USA), Marco Seracini and Augusto Tatone.
They use laptop, fisa, electric bass, piano synth to investigate minimal ambient music.
They create audiovisual art installations about relations between sound space atmosphere and natural elements. Their debut album "In A Room" was released by Laminal in 2014.

4) The fourth Triac (stylized as TRIaC) is a chiptune and electronic dance music artist from Dresden, Germany.
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