CONTRA Enter The Winter DTECH04 CD Now Released
- June 2005, we're pleased to finally present CONTRA's "Enter The
Winter" CD now for sale online, June 1st 2005.
Our next professionally pressed style CD since 2003's "DTECH03 -
Various Artists - Rising Tide" compilation, with long time DTRASH
member, Ottawa, Canada's E. Coli giving us another album of CONTRA
material, this time we release it as a professionally pressed DTECH
CD - 11 tracks of impeccable cold and other-worldly post breakcore
sounds. Digital hardcore power noise sci-fi dreams of the future's
end, a lullaby of experimental ambience for electronic minds. Visit
the www.dtrashrecords.com update this month where we present 2 MP3s
for download from this release, as well as new music videos from DHC
MEINHOF and HYPERDRIVER.
"Enter The Winter" is available to order online/coming soon through
North America: Voidstar Productions (www.voidstarproductions.com)
Europe: Ant-Zen Distribution (www.ant-zen.com) / Adnoiseam Records
The CD is also available to order direct from DTRASH Records.
USA - $10 (in US funds) / CANADA - $12 (in Canadian funds) / REST OF
WORLD - $12 (in US funds).
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included in USA/Canada orders. For bigger orders or orders outside
North America, please write to confirm postage. For money
order/cash order instructions, visit www.dtrashrecords.com.
Virus Magazine (www.virus-mag.com)
" Creative and intelligent, CONTRA's compositional presence can best
be described as controlled chaos that never fails to entertain. This
is also a nice intro to the world of electronic noise, for those who
might be so inclined to check it out."
WetWorks E-Zine (www.wetworksezine)
" Cadoo meets Alec Empire and they wrestle in a gravel pit. Chopped
up samples and beats, with over-lapping strings and noises. "Enter
The Winter" is a symphony for the post-apocalypse. It's beauty and
chaos side-by-side. If you're a fan of chopped up, chewed on, ripped
apart, and re-structured tracks this is a release to not miss."
"Digital Hardcore the way it supposed to "crunch". When was the last
time you'd hear so many different efx and sounds on one album? These
instrumental tracks make me wanna move. So many beats make you more
break than dance 'cuz doing both at the same time will definitely
break a leg. Innovative rhythms, distorted beats, subtle sounds and
never annoying breaks and bridges makes it worth every time you
Space Junkies (www.spacejunkies.net)
"Combining all the elements from an array of styles contained within
the walls of the "digital hardcore" genre, such as loops, break
beats, drones, samples, minimalism, harsh electronic noise combined
with softer sounds and his ever-notorious classical influences,
CONTRA, unleashes one of his best works yet."
" goes a million places and really experiments with the DHC
template. There is still the rebellious attitude that is at once
very serious and silly, and the fast beats are here, but the DHC has
blended in a really nice way with digital noise, glitch, powernoise
and generally fractured and experimental sounding stuff. A large
chunk of the tracks have really cool synth melodies in the
background that act as glue tying together the chaos with a bit of