Music Video: Tunnelmental Experimental Assembly - Falling Up (ft Funkcutter of Anarchistwood)

Collaborating with the lovely Funkcutter of Anarchistwood for a groovy and melodic post-punk jam, Tunnelmental Experimental Assembly have produced another infectious single, adding to their impressive list of tracks that you'll have a hard time getting out of your head. Moving away from their EDM sound of their past release, and really getting in touch with Funkcutter's experimental punk side, the track blends Tunnelmental's electronic sound they're known for with some industrial rock inspired drums and grungey distorted guitars, an interesting addition to their already diverse sound. All the while Funkcutter seems to balance out to Tunnelmental's particularly melodic sound, performing some

Fresh Trax! : Catgotwasted - Misery Has A Name

Groovy in a laid back old school way, Catgotwasted dishes out his latest electronic jamboree of downtempo fun entitled "Misery Has A Name". With deep techno inspired drums, groovy new wave bass lines, and ethereal swirling synthesizer leads twinkling away, this hypnotic track certainly provides an interesting ambient journey... at least at first. However, a little short of mid-song things change directions and push into the more hard acid genre, moving quickly into a radical shift of tone and genre. And he doesn't stop there, with the track once again before it ends moving back into the more ambient category, having a dreamy Moby sort of vibe to it. Truly a fascinating trip. Catch the track

Fresh Trax! : Databyte - They are Noone

A powerful 80s industrial inspired atmospheric intro starts off the track with thick reverb soaked drum machine percussion and deep pulsating darkness, however it's deceptively so, as the track builds up it moves into sci-fi movie soundtrack / synthwave territory. Keeping a slow and groovy pace from beginning to end, the track crawls it's way to the ending providing ominous melodies all throughout. Find the track for digital download and streaming on his official Bandcamp: Follow his latest activities on his official Facebook: Download his albums on his official Bandcamp: #

Fresh Trax!: Murdaa Noize - Funky Flex

After much delay, and an insane amount of polishing, Murdaa Noize returns with their first new single in 3 years, "Funky Flex". A downtempo / electronica affair with a whimsical psychedelic nature, it's dreamy to the core and very adventurous in its soundscape choices. Only the first of many new tracks to come, keep your eyes and ear out for lots more sweet sounds. Download the track on our official Bandcamp: Follow our latest activities on our official Facebook: Released through The Infidel Netwerk: Song written, recorded, and produced by theProphet & $cam Jone$ Mixed and Mastered by Matt "theP

New Album!: Vore Complex - Culler

Returning with his most accessible album to date, Vore Complex, the one man :wumpscut: inspired electro-industrial band from Britain, unleashes "Culler". Featuring ten tracks of unrelenting industrial music with your favorite elements of thrashing metallic percussion, harsh distorted vocals, and discordant sonic production. However, supplementing his usual nihilistic darkness is a variety of well placed melodic and harmonic content, filled in with fluttering arpeggios, dancey leads, and occasionally some more symphonic elements like strings and brass. Ranging from more drawnout and monotonous floor stompers like "Fine" to the spacey and almost poppy "Amber Blues", this release while still re

New Album: M-Fap - Return Of The Mayo Man

Not quite able-bodied, and certainly degenerate in mind and spirit, this friendly little fucker known as M-Fap is prepared once again to bring you on a wild journey through psychedelics eccentricities. Take a step into weird world that is the Fapverse, as you cook crêpes in the nude, drink alcohol more psychedelic then ayahuasca, and take a scare with the boogeyman, you can find all of this and so much more on the Fap's first official album... Check it out! The Return Of The Mayo Man album can be found on Spotify, iTunes/Apple Music, Google Music, TIDAL, Deezer, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and more! Download the album at a very reasonable "Pay What You Want" (including FREE, just type in 0) price

Infidel Interview #145: Toothpinch

First of, just want to thank you for participating in this edition of Infidel Interviews. Could you start off by giving a little information about you to the audience? Whatever you feel comfortable with, but name, age, and where you live would be pretty standard? Thank you for inviting me to share what I do. I’m the sole member of the band Toothpinch. I’m 45 years old from a little town in north central-ish Ohio USA. How do you enjoy where you live? Is there a vibrant music community where you are? Would you say you find that your local scene influences your attitude and/or creativity? My music community is online. I have met people from all over the world that I connect to and share ideas w